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  • Turkey: Socar Terminal starts operating with TOS Navis 4

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    September 17, 2020

    Navis announced that Socar Terminal, in Turkey, has been updated to Navis N4 3.7 , the latest version at the moment the project has started, to digitize and modernize its operations.

  • SOCAR Terminal Goes Live with Navis N4

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    September 17, 2020

    SOCAR Terminal has upgraded to Navis N4 3.7, the latest version at the time the project has begun, to digitize and modernize its operations.

  • SOCAR Terminal Goes Live with Navis N4

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    September 16, 2020

    The terminal upgraded its TOS to stay competitive in the industry and remain a leading terminal in the region with enhanced offerings through N4.

  • SOCAR Terminal Goes Live with Navis N4

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    September 16, 2020

    Navis announced that SOCAR Terminal has upgraded to Navis N4 3.7, the latest version at the time the project has begun, to digitize and modernize its operations.

  • Wagon Fleet Analysis Delivers a Healthy Return

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    September 1, 2020

    In recent years, many operators have been turning to analytical tools to optimize vehicle deployment. ‘Rightsizing’ the wagon fleet can help to increase average system velocity and the number of loads that each wagon can carry each year.

  • ONE Surpasses Its Previous Record for Highest Vessel Utilization with the Help of Navis Stowage Plan

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    July 8, 2020

    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.

  • ONE Surpasses Its Previous Record for Highest Vessel Utilization with the Help of Navis Stowage Plan

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    July 8, 2020

    Behind the success of both records is Navis’ StowMan vessel stowage planning software, which ONE leveraged for faster planning and to maximize the vessel’s utilization.

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

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    July 9, 2020

    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.