Cargotec is to continue its joint projects with multiple startups to address maritime industry inefficiencies introduced to it through maritime startup collaboration platform, the Rainmaking Trade & Transport Impact Programme.
Navis has moved far beyond its terminal operation system origins with its multitude of product offerings, writes Carly Fields
Port software specialist Navis is upping its cybersecurity focus with the rollout of a Product Security Incident Response Team alongside the publication of a single document focused on security.
Navis has launched a standards program to give new terminals implementing its software a “headstart” in minimising the amount of decisions needed when configuring.
Cargotec firm Navis and Sri Lanka’s South Asia Gateway Terminals (SAGT) have agreed a deal to use Navis optimisation and analytics services to help the terminal prepare for growth.
US-headquartered firm Navis has announced the launch of its Compass visual workflow-management application.
Cargotec company Navis has launched Navis Smart, delivering new ways, according to the firm, for container terminals and carriers to capture and process the abundance of sector data available to optimise planning, asset-utilisation and visibility.
Customers and clients will be the biggest priority for nominees in the Customer and Community Impact category of the Navis Inspire Awards.
Navis Inspire Awards entrants vying to win the ‘Innovation’ category will have to demonstrate that they are pushing the limits to implement new technologies, integrations and processes into their work stream.
Cargotec’s Navis has acquired privately-owned US company Cetus Labs, Inc. which provides cloud-based terminal operating system (TOS) Octopi for small container and mixed cargo terminals.
The dedicated emission compliance-modules of Navis’ Bluetracker One software have been awarded certification by Verifavia.
International Container Terminal Services (ICTSI) has partnered with Navis to use the N4 terminal operating system within its 31-terminal network and improve overall site functionality.
Navis’ Andy Barrons expects increased tech spend and a brighter future for the industry in 2019
The campaign to encourage more women into ports is gathering pace. Felicity Landon reports
Technology provider Navis has identified six key trends it believes will be driving the shipping industry over the next year.
Submissions are now being accepted for the 2019 Navis Inspire Awards which include expanded nomination categories and a new Individual Achievement Award.
The global maritime industry is cautiously optimistic about the global business environment for world trade, but also concerned about challenges to industry recovery including the potential impact of trade tensions, cyber security and fuel costs, according to a new survey.
Workforce diversity strategies for ports and terminals demand the same care and commitment as sales and marketing plans, according to a top Navis executive.
A new management initiative aims to enable efficiency in Navis N4 terminal operating system implementation projects across container terminals managed by COSCO Shipping Ports Limited (CSP).
A lack of leadership regarding increased data-sharing and collaboration, siloed systems and data-sharing itself have been identified by Navis’ Chuck Schneider as the three greatest challenges facing the port and terminal sector at the moment.
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