Navis has discussed the topic of collaboration in the ocean supply chain with Andreas Mrozek, Global Head, Marine & Terminal Operations at Hamburg Süd.
Hamburg Süd is a global carrier with 116 containerships, a slot capacity of 590,000 TEU with 50 liner services, and the market leader in global North-South trade routes.
Navis, part of Cargotec Corporation, is a provider of operational technologies and services for organizations across the shipping supply chain
In Navis’ new video, Mrozek has revealed the benefits of connecting terminal operators and ocean carriers on a shared, open collaboration platform.
Mrozek said: “It’s not in reality collaboration between two individual entities, but it’s collaboration between two complex networks.”
Hamburg Süd is one of many carriers that use a Navis-backed cloud-based vessel stowage collaboration system called XVELA.
The technology enables communication between ship stowage and terminal cargo handling.