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Navis N4 Terminal Operating System introduced at Jawaharlal Nehru Port Container Terminal

With an object to Increase Capacity and Improve Productivity of their Terminal, JNPCT- the Port owned container terminal has upgraded its terminal operating system to SPARCS N4 platform. “Jawaharlal Nehru Port Container Terminal, one of the container terminal directly managed by India’s leading container port-JNPT, is constantly innovating and up-scaling operations to not only meet but exceed global benchmarks with an underlying commitment to provide seamless customer service and ease of doing business,” informed JNPT sources.

JNPT-N-4According to the JNPT sources, during recent years, JNPCT has taken a number of initiatives for faster and economical operations along with automation that has helped in streamlining the processes and helping in reduction of cost, time and documents and thus making it easier for clients and partners to do business with them. The decision of migration to Navis N4 TOS solution, is one of the step towards achieving the objective.

“Here at JNPCT, we are actively tracking all organizational and operational methods so that we can improve and modernize our cargo handling processes, The N4 implementation process will be managed by Cargotec Corporation and will directly work with JNPCT, utilizing Navis’ methodology and project management tools. Cargotec will provide configuration, testing, report and field extensions, go-live support services, including training courses so that the management and mid-management teams are up and running on N4 as quickly as possible, maintained Dr.Unikrishnan Nair, Chief Manager (Traffic), JNPT.

jnptAccording to Mr. Neeraj Bansal, Deputy Chairman, JNPT, introducing latest technology and equipment is an absolute requirement. JNPT’s decision to select N4 is part of a large investment plan to expand and modernize operations across the board and make the port more competitive in the industry.

“JNPT is committed to offer latest infrastructure to the stakeholders to benefit trade. We are confident that this new platform will help us achieve the desired productivity and growth goals through optimized operations on a modern platform,” Mr Bansal added.

“JNPCT is a terminal that understands the value of maintaining a competitive advantage in the market through embracing technological advancement. JNPCT maintains a forward-thinking attitude towards change management and is open to new methods and processes that will support the terminal’s growth,” stressed Mr Anil Diggikar, Chairman, JNPT.

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