Navis reports that it has completed the implementation of its Navis N4 terminal operating system (TOS) at CSP Zeebrugge Terminal in Belgium, owned by COSCO SHIPPING Ports Limited. The terminal says that it will use the new software to optimise operations and improve data visibility with stakeholders.
“Based on their past successes and being the leader in terminal operating software, partnering with Navis was the right decision to push our business goals forward,” said Stefan Vanparys, N4 Project Lead at CSP Zeebrugge.
“Bringing N4 to CSP Zeebrugge took careful planning and dedication from partners and the migration team and we are happy at the result we achieved at the end of the project.”
COSCO SHIPPING Ports acquired CSP Zeebrugge in 2017, making it the first terminal in Northwest Europe in which it holds a controlling stake. Located off the coast of Belgium, CSP Zeebrugge connects the UK, Ireland, Scandinavia and Baltic regions, managing an annual handling capacity of 1 million TEU.
“CSP Zeebrugge is responsible for connecting important trade markets through its facility and needs to have the resources to serve their customers in an efficient way,” said Mark Welles, VP Global Partnerships for Navis.
“CSP Zeebrugge is the first successful N4 rollout in COSCO SHIPPING Ports’ TOS standardisation programme. Navis is continuing joint efforts to roll out N4 in the COSCO SHIPPING Ports terminal network across the globe in the coming months.”