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  • Worldwide Terminals Fernandina Chooses Octopi by Navis’ SaaS TOS as Part of its Port Modernization Project

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    August 8, 2019

    Worldwide will run Octopi TOS to help the terminal effectively monitor, manage and improve operations at the site in real-time.

  • Fernandina Terminal to Use Octopi TOS

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    August 8, 2019

    Port of Fernandina in Northeastern Florida, operated by WTF, has agreed to implement Octopi’s software-as-a-service TOS.

  • Fernandina Terminal to Use Octopi TOS

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    August 8, 2019

    Worldwide Terminals Fernandina (WTF) will implement Octopi, the cloud-based TOS from Navis, part of Cargotec Corporation.

  • Worldwide Terminals Fernandina Chooses Octopi by Navis’ SaaS TOS as Part of Its Port Modernization Project

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    August 8, 2019

    Octopi is announcing that Worldwide Terminals Fernandina, which operates the Port of Fernandina in Northeastern Florida, has agreed to implement Octopi’s software-as-a-service TOS.

  • TOS In the Cloud for Fernandina

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    August 8, 2019

    Navis has announced that Port of Fernandina, operated by Worldwide Terminals Fernandina, will go live with the Octopi SaS TOS in Q4 2019.

  • COSCO Port Goes Live With Navis N4 TOS

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    July 30, 2019

    COSCO Shipping Ports (CSP) Zeebrugge Terminal has gone live with the Navis N4 terminal operating system (TOS). According to a statement Navis, the terminal has selected its TOS platform to enhance operations and optimize data visibility within partners and customers.

  • CSP Zeebrugge Terminal integrates Navis N4 To Optimise Its Operations

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    July 30, 2019

    Navis announced on 25 July that CSP Zeebrugge Terminal N.V. (CSP Zeebrugge), a part of COSCO SHIPPING Ports Ltd (COSCO SHIPPING Ports), has successfully gone live with Navis N4.

  • Collaboration Essential To Digitalising Cargo Handling

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    July 29, 2019

    Navis’ N4 terminal operating system (TOS) enables terminals to optimise their operations and move cargo more efficiently. Towards that end, XVELA, an independently operated subsidiary of Navis, has developed a collaborative maritime network to improve data flow and visibility between terminals and ocean carriers.