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OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY SIGNS AGREEMENT WITH NAVIS & PORT OF VIRGINIA TO OFFER N4 TRAINING

The new course offering will integrate Navis’ cutting-edge technology, currently used at the Port of Virginia, into ODU’s curriculum.

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TIANJIN PORT GROUP COMPLETES N4 GO LIVE ACROSS SIX TERMINALS IN RECORD TIME

Following Fastest Implementation, Tianjin Recognized as Largest N4 Terminal Complex by TEU to Date

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CONGO TERMINAL STRIKES LICENSING DEAL WITH NAVIS FOR N4 IMPLEMENTATION, DELIVERING SOPHISTICATED AND DIGITALIZED OPERATIONAL PROCESSES

Bolloré Ports Continues Investment in Terminal Infrastructure and Equipment Upgrades to Reduce Operating Costs and Turnaround Time for Shipping Lines

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MICT MAINTAINS STAKE AS PHILIPPINES’ LEADING TERMINAL

MICT credits the success of the upgrade to the operational expertise of ICTSI, the global best practices and modern system provided by Navis and the dedication of its own personnel.

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LOG-IN LOGISTICA FIRST SHIPPING LINE IN LATIN AMERICA TO COLLABORATE THROUGH XVELA

In addition to stowage planning, Log-In Logistica is using XVELA to collaborate with its called terminals to improve communication and transparency around vessel calls and further increase operational efficiency.

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#TOCEUROPE: NAVIS BREAKS N4 TOS RECORD

Navis completed 31 N4 go-lives in more than 15 countries, bringing the total of TOS customer terminals to 342 worldwide.

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NAVIS WORLD 2019

Connect and collaborate with Navis experts, customers and industry leaders from around the world at Navis World 2019! Sign up for the email list and learn more about sponsorship opportunities.

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Why N4?

N4 customers discuss the impact N4 is having on terminal operations. Watch Video >

 
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LONG BEACH CONTAINER TERMINAL

LBCT chooses N4 as the brains of its fully automated terminal operations. Watch Video >

 

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The fixed-speed-loss KPI indicates whether the speed loss for a particular vessel exceeds the fixed limits. Note that the speed loss is the difference between actual and expected vessel speed. Thus, the speed loss becomes negative for a stronger speed-loss effect. When the speed loss is above...

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