Navis In the News

May 7, 2018 – Logistics Management

Top 30 U.S. Ports 2017: Digitization is driving change

Advancements in operational technology and robotics are becoming key differentiators for our nation’s leading ocean cargo gateways. At the same time, increasing numbers of port terminals are using higher levels of automation to improve productivity and efficiency. 

Apr 30, 2018 – Port Technology International

Container Shipping Cybersecurity and Collaboration - Navis

Andy Barrons, Chief Strategy Officer and Senior Vice President at Navis, has answered questions about what approach the container shipping technology company is taking towards digital issues within its industry. The one-on-one interview, part of a series filmed at Port Technology's Container Terminal Automation Conference (#CTAC2018), has revealed how recent developments (timestamped below) are influencing how Navis connects its software components.

XVELA, the world’s first maritime business network, and Navis, the leading provider of software and services for the shipping supply chain, yesterday announced that they will showcase their connected suite of maritime solutions at the Global Liner Shipping Conference and Exhibition on May 15 and 16, 2018 in Hamburg.

Luis A. Ayala Colón Sucrs., Inc, empresa familiar que opera un terminal portuario en San Juan, Puerto Rico, seleccionó a Navis N4 como su nuevo TOS.  La operadora, que presta servicios desde 1938, es uno de los principales recintos portuarios de la isla con un movimiento de 230.000 TEUs anuales.

Apr 24, 2018 – Port Technology International

Puerto Rican Terminals to Use Navis N4 TOS

Luis A. Ayala Colón Sucrs, a Puerto Rican shipping agency, has selected Navis’ N4 terminal operating system (TOS) for its San Juan, Puerto Rico-based terminal. The partnership with Navis, which also includes Navis Professional Services and Navis Training Services, will support the family operated terminal, Luis Ayala Colón, in maintaining its position as one of the largest terminals in Puerto Rico.

Navis announced that Luis A. Ayala Colón Sucrs., Inc. has selected to implement N4, along with Navis Professional Services and Navis Training Services at its terminal. The partnership with Navis aims to improve operations at its San Juan, Puerto Rico-based terminal and continues to provide its customers with high quality service. The order was booked in Cargotec's 2018 first quarter order intake.

Apr 24, 2018 – World Cargo News

N4 for San Juan terminal

Luis Ayala Colón was started as a family stevedoring contractor and shipping agency in Puerto Rico in 1938. In 2015 the company purchased the assets of and took over the lease on Horizon Line’s San Juan terminal. It operates two Gottwald mobile harbour cranes, reachstackers and other equipment.

Apr 24, 2018 – Container Management

Puerto Rican terminal signs deal with Navis

Puerto Rico’s Luis Ayala Colón terminal will integrate Navis’ terminal operating software (TOS), N4, after signing a partnership with the American software company. The terminal’s operations have been hindered since Hurricane Maria, which severely damaged Puerto Rico’s infrastructure in 2017, and the operator has chosen N4 to overcome these challenges as well to improve daily operations.

Apr 19, 2018 – Port Technology International

#CTAC2018 1-on-1: XVELA - Supply Chain Evolution

Port Technology has interviewed Guy Rey-Herme, President of XVELA, about how the evolution of supply chain technologies will affect the container shipping industry. The one-on-one interview, part of a series filmed at Port Technology's Container Terminal Automation Conference (#CTAC2018), has delved into what XVELA is doing in 2018 to encourage supply chain collaboration between all the stakeholders in the container shipping industry.

Apr 18, 2018 – Port Technology International

#CTAC2018 Scott Peoples, Navis - Container Shipping Collaboration

Scott Peoples, Chief Product Officer and Senior Vice President of Navis, is interviewed about collaboration in the container shipping industry at Port Technology's Container Terminal Automation Conference.

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