Press Releases

Nov 19, 2013

DP World Australia Completes Next Phase of TOS Standardization & Centralization with Navis N4 Go-Live in Melbourne

Navis, the global technology standard for managing the movement of cargo through terminals, today announced that DP World Australia has reached a major milestone, completing Navis N4 terminal operating system (TOS) upgrades on three of four planned DP World sites.  DP World Sydney, DP World Fremantle and, now, DP World Melbourne have concluded essential TOS implementations and are fully operational, forming the foundation needed for the company’s centralized and standardized technology approach for its terminals.

Nov 6, 2013

Peel Ports Group to Implement Navis N4

Peel Ports Group will begin to implement Navis’ N4 terminal operating system (TOS). N4 will allow Peel Ports to streamline operations and align the customer experience across eight terminal sites located in the UK and Ireland. Peel Ports is the second largest port group in the UK, handling 65 million tons of cargo and 26,000 vessel moves per year.

Oct 22, 2013

Navis N4 Technology Powers the Next Generation of Optimization in Terminals Globally

Today marks the 25th anniversary of its terminal operating system (TOS) amidst a surge of container terminal  projects around the world whether they are automated, semi-automated or manual. Due to the continued strength and reliability of the technology, Navis has been selected for eight of the world’s most advanced terminal projects including Global Container Terminals, DP World London Gateway, Rotterdam World Gateway, Long Beach Container Terminal, and DP World Brisbane.

Oct 16, 2013

Long Beach Container Terminal’s Pier F Successfully Goes Live with N4

 “Migrating from SPARCS Express to N4 at LBCT’s Pier F facility provides us with the critical technology foundation and implementation experience needed to ensure an efficient N4 go-live at the new Middle Harbor Terminal site in early 2015,” says Anthony Otto, President and CEO at LBCT. “The teamwork between LBCT and Navis during the go-live was impressive. TOS implementations are often a complex undertaking involving the integration of multiple systems into one overall solution. At Pier F, we were able to minimize any disruption to our existing operations and the team gained valuable experience in leveraging the new technology.”

Jul 31, 2013

Joint Media Statement: Maher Terminals and Navis

The implementation of the new operating systems at Maher's Elizabeth, NJ facility has turned the corner, as service has retruned to acceptable levels during the past several weeks, albeit at reduced volume.   Barring any unforeseen circumstances, this steady progress has now put the terminal in a position to handle all of its business and transition to normalized operations.

Jun 25, 2013

Navis Reveals SPARCS N4 2.5 at TOC Europe 2013

SPARCS N4 2.5 helps Navis customers to optimize critical terminal operations like never before, offering more extensibility, automated equipment functionality, and improved ease of implementation. Enhancements to the TOS include improvements to the architecture and foundational updates to functionality for rail, yard and vessel operations along with changes to data accessibility for upcoming Business Intelligence and Analytics solutions around automated equipment productivity.




 

Jun 20, 2013

Joint Media Statement: Maher Terminals and Navis

Maher Terminals has commenced with the implementation of the final phase of the new terminal operating system at its facility in the Port of New York and New Jersey. After successful implementation of earlier phases of this important initiative, and extensive testing of the current phase of implementation, the operation has encountered some unexpected issues. These issues have led to delays, which are expected to be temporary while both Navis and Maher Terminals continue to commit all available resources to identify and resolve those technical issues. Noticeable improvements are already being realized as users adjust to new systems and processes.

Apr 30, 2013

Ports of Auckland Selects Navis SPARCS N4

Navis, a part of Cargotec Corporation and the global technology standard for managing the movement of cargo through terminals, today announced that New Zealand-based Ports of Auckland (POAL) has selected the Navis SPARCS N4 terminal operating system (TOS) as part of a strategic technology investment.

After a previous engagement with another packaged TOS, POAL re-engaged Navis, selecting SPARCS N4 as its platform of choice against competitive options.

Apr 3, 2013

Saudi Arabia’s Riyadh Dry Port Goes Live with Navis SPARCS N4

Riyadh Dry Port, located in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, has successfully gone live with Navis SPARCS N4 terminal operating system (TOS). BAAS International Group (BIG), the operator of Riyadh Dry Port, will utilize the SPARCS N4 operating system to focus on achieving optimization for its rail and yard management operations.

Mar 12, 2013

Contship Italia Group to Implement Navis SPARCS N4 at Five Terminals

Contship Italia Group (CSI) group will implement Navis SPARCS N4 at its five terminals. Contship Italia Group, part of Eurokai, is the largest Italian terminal operator, handling more than 5.1 million TEUs in the Mediterranean region in 2012. DSP, Data and System Planning, a Navis Implementation Partner and IT services provider for ports and terminals, will lead the five terminal Navis SPARCS N4 implementation project.

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