• A New Frontier: Business Intelligence, Big Data & the Impact on the Global Supply Chain

    Modern business moves at the speed of light, and as part of that, access to timely and accurate data is critical. The ability to automate not only the collection of, but also the analysis of the massive amounts of information processed on a daily basis allows organizations to make business decisions based on facts, rather than antiquated processes or unreliable intuition and gut instincts.

  • Data Alchemy and Smart Connected Applications

    The way forward in container shipping clearly depends on collaboration across the supply chain. The existing data, not accessible or visible today, can play an alchemist role to break down silos and help us realize new operational efficiencies.

  • Digital Ports: The Evolving Role of Port Authorities

    Oscar Pernia from Navis and Dr. Francisco De Los Santos, CDO Algeciras Port Authority take a look at the value of port authorities taking a more active role in optimizing operations by coordinating each aspect of the vessel visit. By redefiing the mission and role of each stage of the vessel visit, ports can significantly improve their efficiency, security and environmental impact.

  • Port of the Future: A Sense of Wonder

    Oscar Pernia, Navis' Senior Director of Product Strategy, takes a look at the current state of the industry, from the current status quo to technologies of the future and what we can look forward to with developments in our industry.

  • Reducing Gate Congestion

    Congestion at container terminal gates is a recurring topic that is being discussed frequently at large import/export terminals globally. The reasons for such congestion are numerous, ranging from volume increases due to larger vessels, seasonal peaks or general growth, failure of equipment or IT systems, or changes in work regulations.

  • Challenges and Lessons for Terminal Automation

    Increasing numbers of terminals are using higher levels of automation to improve productivity and efficiency and ultimately become more competitive. Automated terminals, like manned terminals, consist of various subsystems from different vendors, but rely on automated rather than human triggers, requiring system testing for integration success. This degree of complexity adds to the challenges of successfully implementing automation, and ultimately prove it is worth the investment.

  • Terminal Productivity: Optimizing the Operational Frontline

    This executive whitepaper discusses the evolution currently taking place in some of the current concepts driving operational planning, control and execution practices. These changes will require not only technology but also new processes and collaboration across the industry that will shape the future of how terminals work and engage.

  • Understanding Optimization: Making the Right Choice for Your Terminal

    This Executive whitepaper explains everything you need to know about optimization and the terminal operating system.