TIV to use Navis TOS

Navis N4 Navis’ N4 terminal operating system is being used by Terminal Intermodale Venezia to boost productivity
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Terminal Intermodale Venezia (TIV) will use Navis' N4 terminal operating system (TOS) to optimise operational efficiency and lower costs.

Navis partner Data and System Planning (DSP) will manage the N4 implementation process. Services provided as part of the licensing agreement include configuration, testing, report and field extensions and go-live support services. TIV will also implement Navis General Cargo to support its CFS operations, specialised in coils and marble-stuffing and stripping.

Embracing automation

Roberto Semenzato, general manager at the Italian terminal located in Venice-Marghera, said: "Here at TIV, we are actively tackling all organisational and operational methods so that we can improve and modernise our cargo-handling processes.

"We believe that innovation and automation are key to maintaining a high level of productivity. Therefore, introducing more and more sophisticated technology and equipment is an absolute requirement.

"We selected N4 in order to remain competitive in the industry and we are confident that its reliability will carry us forward as we continue to evolve."

Growing throughput

TIV currently handles an annual throughput of 320,000 teu and anticipates a 10-15% growth over the next five years.

Operations are carried out over 185,000 square metres and four reserved quays which have a total length of over 1,3000 m and an alongside depth of 11.5 m.

The facility is used as a gateway for traffic to flow to and from Central/Eastern Italy and Central/Eastern European countries.


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