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NAVIS EARNS DESIGNATION AS A GREAT PLACE TO WORK-CERTIFIED™ COMPANY IN 2020

Navis has announced that it has been designated as a Great Place to Work-Certified™ company for 2020.

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SOCAR TERMINAL GOES LIVE WITH NAVIS N4

Terminal upgraded its TOS as part of larger plans to incorporate more automation at the terminal

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PATRICK TERMINALS - SYDNEY AUTOSTRAD MIGRATES TO N4 TO ADVANCE AUTOMATION CAPABILITIES

Terminal continues to modernize its operations to meet the growing trade demand in the region

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GLOBAL CONTAINER TERMINALS (GCT) CONTINUES TO INVEST IN INNOVATION WITH NAVIS N4

GCT’s New York Terminal implements Navis N4 via remote assistance to modernize its offerings

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NAVIS 360 MANAGED SERVICES EXPANDS OFFERING

Navis adds Extensions Maintenance and EDI Management to its portfolio of Managed Services

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Eurogate Has Gone Live With Navis N4 At Its Bremerhaven Terminal

Navis announced that Eurogate’s Container Terminal Bremerhaven GmbH (CTB) has implemented Navis N4 at its location.

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ONE Surpasses Its Previous Record for Highest Vessel Utilization with the Help of Navis Stowage Planning Solution

Navis announced that Ocean Network Express (ONE) recorded its highest lift for a 20,000 TEU class vessel – utilizing 97 percent of the MOL Tribute’s 20,100 TEU capacity.

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Container Terminal Automation Conference (CTAC 2020)

The only event dedicated for container terminals and terminal automation providers to gather to discuss their uses and application of innovative technology and debate the future of automation.

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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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In an article in September’s Railway Gazette, Navis Rail’s Tom Forbes describes how Navis and the Freightliner subsidiary of Genesee & Wyoming Inc, used specialized tools and analysis to examine intermodal wagon requirements for future operations.

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