Navis Services has instituted a prescriptive project approach to implement and tune any combination of Navis’ optimization modules (Expert Decking and Prime Route) which combine many important features to simplify implementation and reduce project risk.
OUR EXPERIENCE, YOUR PRODUCTIVITY
IMPLEMENTATION OF EXPERT DECKING, PRIME ROUTE, & AUTOSTOW
Terminal operators can boost productivity by using optimization software for automated decision-making. However, it’s no secret that implementing these systems can bear challenges that need to be addressed carefully. Navis has an operations-centric implementation approach for our traditional optimization software and our new schedulers.
CUSTOM OPTIMIZATION MODULE IMPLEMENTATION
Occasionally, terminals have very specific processes involving decision logic that it pays off to create a tailored optimization software. Navis Services offers an end-to-end implementation project that involves the design and implementation of a custom optimization solution and the integration into N4.
OPERATIONAL CONSULTING AND COACHING
Are you sure you can take full advantage of N4 (e.g., Dual Cycling, EC Console, Replanning)? Navis offers short operations with centric engagements, teaching you tips and tricks of N4 on the job. Our consultants have been in operational planning and dispatching roles, and with their expertise, we have seen examples where productivity was improved several points or the number of trucks at the gate were reduced by 20%.
BILLING AND PAYMENT OPTIMIZATION
Our functional and technical billing experts help improve cash flow, increase revenue, reduce costs and control operating expenses.
GATE PROCESS OPTIMIZATION
OCR, kitchen concepts, using appointment information in Expert Decking, dynamic selection of import containers, staging areas and handling broken transactions efficiently. Many concepts to minimize truck turn time have been implemented with N4. We will review all such concepts and help you implement them in N4.
MORE WAYS TO OPTIMIZE YOUR TERMINAL
Congestion at container terminal gates is a recurring topic that is being discussed frequently at large import/export terminals globally. The reasons for such congestion are numerous, ranging from volume increases due to larger vessels, seasonal peaks or general growth, failure of equipment or IT systems, or changes in work regulations.
There are increased risks for errors on invoices, missed billable events with more manual processes to correct the mistakes. All have a negative effect on cash flow. Find out how services team can help.