Navis | Terminal Operating Systems (TOS) for Ports and Terminals
Navis provides operational technologies that unlock greater performance and efficiency for our customers, the world’s leading terminal operators. The Navis N4 terminal operating system (TOS) represents more than 27 years of experience and innovation that enables terminals to optimize their operations and move cargo smarter, faster and more efficiently. As an industry leading technology, more than 270 container terminals worldwide, including some of the world’s most advanced automated facilities, have partnered with Navis to improve performance, reduce costs and minimize risk.
The Navis Professional Services team helps customers maximize the effectiveness of their technology investments by aligning operational optimization and new business processes with a terminal’s most important goals. Whether embarking on a new implementation or exploring ways to get more from existing systems, the Navis Professional Services team offers proven best practices that help terminals worldwide gain significant competitive advantages.
As a trusted technology partner, Navis understands that as ships get larger and operational processes become more complex, efficiency and productivity remain an expectation. Advanced and reliable technologies are essential. Navis offers the tools and personnel necessary to meet the requirements of a new, and ever-evolving, global supply chain.
Navis brought several customers together to discuss what Navis N4 means to them and their terminals. Hear from Haifa Port, Hamburg Sud, Port Newark Container Terminal, Malta Freeports Limited, Modern Terminals Limited, YILPORT Holding Inc., Virginia International Terminals, and Cornelder de Mocambique and their experiences with N4.
Guenter Schmidmeir, General Manager and VP Sales EMEA at Navis talks to PTI at TOC Europe 2015 to discuss the company’s collaboration with XVELA and the importance of working together in the industry to overcome challenges such as mega ships.
The Navis Inspire Awards recognize excellence in container terminal operations and celebrate customers who use the Navis terminal operating system (TOS) and optimization modules to innovate, optimize and deliver value for positive impact at their terminal. All winners are promoted through features published by the Port Technology Journal.
Andy Barrons, Senior VP and Chief Marketing Officer at Navis gives an exclusive interview with PTI to discuss the process of optimising terminal performance using business intelligence and collaborative stowage planning with ocean carriers.
The Navis N4 is a user friendly terminal operating system used by over 190 terminals worldwide. By using this TOS terminal operators can benefit from increased scalability, seamless integration and a reduction in administration and support costs.
Navis N4 is a terminal operating system helping container terminal operators worldwide by being efficient, flexible, adaptable, cost-effective and scalable. In our rapidly changing world, terminal operators need a system that enhances terminal operational efficiency and supports future growth.
Paul Monk, Operations Manager and Peter McDonald, Container Terminal Manager at Lyttelton Port Company explain the benefits of the Navis N4 and how it has supported their strategy to be the number one container port of the South Island, New Zealand.
Graeme Marshall, Commercial Manager at the Port of Tauranga explains how the Navis N4 has helped improve productivity efficiency for its port as it makes plans to move towards the trend of mega-ships by increasing yard, labour and equipment capacity.
Gustavo Oliver, Terminal Manager at Terminal Zarate describes how the Navis N4 has the ability to perform a real time data analysis, allowing for customer needs to be met. Using this TOS has kept Terminal Zarate at the top of technology.
TRANSNET Port Terminal shares their experience with Navis’ Terminal Management Solutions, describing it as a way to increase its value proposition for customers by improving efficiency, costs and productivity.
Supported by Navis, XVELA runs as an independent entity focused on stowage planning and management innovation. In this interview with Guy Rey-Herme, CEO & President of XVELA discussions are made on the operations of XVELA and its future.
Guenter Schmidmeir, General Manager & Vice President EMEA discusses how automation software has created efficient terminals in the port industry. The software strategy and the changes that Navis have made to its products to meet customer needs are also explored.
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