Navis increases footprint in Latin America
Navis has announced a new N4 terminal system licensing agreement with Terminal Puerto Arica (TPA).
TPA is the 56th terminal in Latin America to select Navis as a terminal software partner. TPA will use N4 to support its primary goals of optimising its operational cycle and implementing a more modern platform to adapt new shipping supply chain trends impacting ports in the region.
Specifically, TPA signed with N4 to address operational challenges such as improving crane performance, minimising time per transaction at the gate, improving management of the yard and better optimising management of resources, among more.
TPA will also utilise Navis’ Expert Decking and Autostow optimisation modules to support its objective of improving productivity and level of service to its customers.
Dante Battaglia, project manager, TOS, TPA, said: “Our decision to select N4 is part of a larger plan to enhance operations including, a project to improve our gate infrastructure and construction of a new operational building.
“We’re confident that Navis’ solution will increase our capabilities to provide an efficient and timely response to our clients in the Andean Macro Region and we’re honoured to be one of the first multipurpose ports in Latin America to implement N4.”
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