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Ports America deploys new Navis N4 operating system in Baltimore

PORTS America Chesapeake (PAC) has rolled out a new terminal operating system (TOS), Navis N4 that will act as a single platform for all the cargo handled at its terminals

Ports America deploys new Navis N4 operating system in Baltimore

PORTS America Chesapeake (PAC) has rolled out a new terminal operating system (TOS), Navis N4 that will act as a single platform for all the cargo handled at its terminals

26 November 2019 - 19:00

PORTS America Chesapeake (PAC) has rolled out a new terminal operating system (TOS), Navis N4 that will act as a single platform for all the cargo handled at its terminals.

The new TOS is part of a wider US$142 million investment in equipment and infrastructure upgrades to remain competitive in the region, reported Seatrade Maritime News, Colchester, UK.



Ports America said that the system will form the backbone for further enhancements at the port of Baltimore's Seagirt and Dundalk marine terminals.



'Adopting a modern, streamlined TOS like Navis N4 will provide stability and yield results as we push our capacity goals further and support sustainable growth of the port,' said ports America Chesapeake vice president Bayard Hogans.



He said that along with handling extra volume, the new system will boost velocity, efficiency and safety.



The company has been in the process of standardising its core TOS platform as it has upgraded major facilities to N4 including PNCT, New Orleans and now PAC.



New Jersey-headquartered Ports America operates in 42 ports and 80 locations. It handles 13.4 million TEU, 2.6 million vehicles and 10.5 million tonnes per annum.


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