Navis N4 to help JNPCT optimise operational efficiency

JNPT JNPCT is directly managed by JNPT, which said it is confident that Navis’ N4 Terminal Operating System will help “achieve the desired productivity"

Jawaharlal Nehru Port Container Terminal (JNPCT) will use Navis’ N4 Terminal Operating System to increase capacity and improve productivity.

Implementation of N4 at the Indian port will be managed by Cargotec, owner of Navis, which will directly work with JNPCT, utilising Navis’ methodology and project management tools.

JNPCT is directly managed by JNPT, which said it is confident that the new platform will help “achieve the desired productivity and growth goals through optimized operations on a modern platform.”

Cargotec will provide configuration, testing, report and field extensions, go-live support services, including training courses so that the management and mid-management teams are up and running on N4 as quickly as possible.

JNPCT has undertaken several initiatives for faster and economical operations along with automation that has helped in streamlining its processes and helped reduce costs, time and paperwork involved in operations.

The decision of migration to Navis N4 TOS solution is one of the step towards achieving the objective.


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