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Port operator JTCT rolls out Navis operating system at Tangshan port

CHINA's ninth largest port of Tangshan has installed Navis' latest terminal operating system (TOS) to realise its goal of handling five million TEU by 2020, reports London's Port Technology

Port operator JTCT rolls out Navis operating system at Tangshan port

CHINA's ninth largest port of Tangshan has installed Navis' latest terminal operating system (TOS) to realise its goal of handling five million TEU by 2020, reports London's Port Technology

24 January 2019 - 19:00

CHINA's ninth largest port of Tangshan has installed Navis' latest terminal operating system (TOS) to realise its goal of handling five million TEU by 2020, reports London's Port Technology.

Having moved one million TEU in 2015, Jintang International Container Terminal (JTCT) handled a record 2.5 million TEU in 2018.



Said IT chief Wang Xiang Wen: 'Implementing N4 at our terminal will allow us to help push our business to the next level and allow our operations to become more standardised and updated, helping us achieve optimal results to remain competitive in our region.'



According to Navis, automation and advanced technologies are becoming increasingly important to efficient terminal operations.



JTCT required a new TOS to expand its capabilities, Navis' software facilitating such functions as double lifting operations, expert decking and automatic loading, thereby improving efficiency, boosting safety and reducing labour intensity.


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