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NORTH CAROLINA PORTS GOES LIVE WITH NAVIS GENERAL CARGO AND BILLING MODULES

Go-Lives are Part of Larger Terminal Project to Support Growth and Automation Goals

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Navis MACS3 on Board of Two Newbuilding Series

Evergreen Marine Corporation selected MACS3 for its cargo securing regulation services

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NAVIS SMART SUITE OF APPLICATIONS STREAMLINES DELIVERY OF NEW FUNCTIONALITY

First suite of subscription-based Navis Smart applications provides new functionality without the need for upgrades and brings enhanced value to N4 customers in operations, safety and planning.

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STANDARDIZATION OF DATA FLOW AND INTEROPERABILITY CHALLENGES A CENTRAL THEME AT NAVIS CUSTOMER CONFERENCE EMEA

Registration for Navis Carrier and Vessel Solution’s Customer Conference EMEA in Hamburg is open

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Octopi by Navis Unveils Expanded General Cargo Functionality

New features and updates will be on display at TOC Americas in Cartagena

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OCTOPI BY NAVIS UNVEILS EXPANDED GENERAL CARGO FUNCTIONALITY

New features and updates will be on display at TOC Americas in Cartagena

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NAVIS MACS3 ON BOARD OF TWO NEWBUILDING SERIES

Navis announced that MACS3 loading computer will be installed on two newbuilding series of container vessels owned and operated by Taiwan-based Evergreen Marine Corporation.

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Customer Conference Hamburg 2019

Navis Carrier & Vessel Solutions (NCVS) welcomes users and customers of Bluetracker, MACS3 and StowMan to exchange on latest trends about vessel performance, emission compliance, lashing, loading conditions, and stowage planning. This invitation-only event features one day of informative sessions, interactive workshops, and networking.

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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 >

 

Navis Blog

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It is well-known that automation offers multiple benefits to container terminals. In recent years, there has been a gradual shift, with terminals around the world choosing to explore some level of automation in order to reduce labor cost, achieve a more consistent and reliable performance or increase safety – or a combination thereof. However, despite ports being an ideal place to automate, the reality is that automation adoption is moving slower than expected and the ROI is not yet living up to expectations. Learn more.

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