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Georgia Ports Authority selects Navis terminal operating system

Navis, a provider of port and terminal operating systems, announced the launch and implementation of its Navis N4 Container Operating System for the Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) at the Garden City Terminal in the Port of Savannah.

More specifically, Navis will equip GPA with a terminal operating system that streamlines processes, quickly and easily exchanges data with shippers and carriers, and improves visibility of cargo movements by connecting multi-port terminals and inland rail terminals of GPA in one system.

“After conducting extensive research, we selected the Navis N4 Terminal Operating System to optimise planning, visibility and asset utilisation at the Garden City Terminal,” said Bill Sutton, chief information officer of Georgia Ports Authority.

“The system eliminates data silos, improves velocity across our terminals, and enables us to more easily integrate with our customers to provide the data and insights they need,” he added.

Kirk Knauff, CEO of Navis, commented, “As a facilitator of global commerce, millions of people, businesses and organisations rely on the essential services of Georgia Ports Authority. We were privileged to partner with GPA to implement mission-critical technology while ensuring no service disruptions and maintaining the highest level of safety.”

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