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Navis has unveiled at Navis World 2017 a broader software strategy that will enable container terminals and carriers to streamline their ocean supply chains and better collaborate together.

The strategy delivers a more comprehensive set of solutions to optimise terminal performance, vessel performance, and cloud-based collaboration that drives transparency, efficiency and profitability to a network of ocean carriers and terminal operators.

“As the ocean supply chain has grown more complex and new challenges have arisen for all members of the shipping community, Navis is committed to growing its software and services portfolio to support current and future customer needs,” said Benoit de la Tour, president of Navis and head of software business, Kalmar. “Navis’ broader software focus is in direct response to this promise, further extending the company’s trusted, industry-leading solutions beyond terminal operations to drive improved optimisation and performance for a broader set of ocean trade entities, including ocean carriers globally.”

Navis’ expanded solution portfolio includes the following:

  • Navis Terminal Solutions: Includes the N4 Terminal System, N4 Optimization Modules, automation, Business Intelligence Portal and related solutions/services designed to optimize terminal performance.
  • Navis Carrier Solutions: Includes all solutions designed to improve vessel capacity, performance and monitoring. This includes market leading solutions acquired from INTERSCHALT—Navis StowMan, Navis MACS3 and Navis Bluetracker.
  • XVELA: Operating as its own entity, XVELA provides the industry’s only cloud collaboration platform powering connected intelligence across the ocean supply chain.

“XVELA’s open platform delivers actionable visibility and real-time collaboration to enable carriers, terminals and other stakeholders to simplify and synchronise their operations and proactively adjust to potential disruptions while improving customer service,” said Guy Rey-Herme, XVELA President.

“With our expanded focus, existing and new Navis customers will not only benefit from access to some of the best solutions custom built for the ocean supply chain, but also deeper knowledge and industry experience, greater innovation capabilities and unmatched talent to help deliver value at every turn,” said Andy Barrons, SVP and Chief Strategy Officer at Navis. “Navis World is the perfect setting to unveil this vision and reaffirm our commitment to serving as a long-term, strategic partner with our customers—what we’re referring to as ‘PartnerShipping for Performance’—no matter where in the ocean supply chain they operate.”

“As a company that has focused for 25 years to build a dominant presence and leading innovation in terminal operations, Navis is uniquely positioned to execute on this expanded vision,” said Rich Ceci, Senior Vice President, Technology and Projects at Virginia International Terminals. “The experience that Navis has built over the years should serve it well in helping to transform the industry and introduce a new era of productivity, collaboration, and automation.“

Benoit de la Tour will address the company’s market momentum, forward-looking software strategy and vision for the future as part of his Navis World 2017 keynote address. Conference attendees will also have an opportunity to hear first-hand about the company’s expanded product and service portfolio throughout the three-day event, as well as through hands-on demos held at the Navis and XVELA exhibits and guru bars the Navis World Technology Exhibition.

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