TIV and DSP successfully managed the N4 implementation process. “The implementation of Navis N4 at our terminal has been a very good collaboration between the DSP team and the TIV team” says Roberto Semenzato, General Manager at TIV.
DSP is happy to announce that APM Terminals Vado Ligure Reefer Terminal moved from old legacy system to the new TOS N4 (Navis). The N4 implementation is a good start for the integration with APMT world. In fact, not only TOS, but also other application and infrastructure systems have been at the same time implemented in compliance to Maersk standards. N4 Go-live in Reefer Terminal is the pilot TOS implementation for Vado Gateway Terminal, a new APMT semi-automated multipurpose platform.
Both APM Vado Ligure Terminal indeed will use the TOS as a single facility. This big change involved all Reefer Terminal departments. The ability and enthusiasm of the whole team made possible to manage smoothly the transaction. DSP team has been involved in Vado Navis project since 2017 supporting on requirements, testing, training and report development.
Now all efforts will be dedicated to the start up of the greenfield logistics platform handled by ASC Automatic sTacking Cranes coped with shuttle carriers horizontal transportation. More news to come…
Termont Montréal, Canada Termont Montréal Inc. manages the new Viau container terminal and the Maisonneuve container terminal. Termont Montréal has recently invested approximately $42 million on equipment and container handling services to support strategic growth for customers of both the Port of Montréal and MSC. Maisonneuve Terminal handles over 500,000 TEUs of containerized cargo per year and the redeveloped site at Viau terminal currently provides container capacity for an additional 350,000 TEUs
Termont, currently working with NAVIS N4 is assisted since 2018 by DSP in the implementation of NAVIS ECN4 and KALMAR SMART STACK.
Starting from the 1st April 2019, DSP provides the 2nd line N4 support to Termont Montréal terminal. Our team assists Termont operations and IT investigating issues, looking for workarounds, advise on best practice to ensure the most benefit from N4, reduce downtime and improve operations efficiency.
Port Elizabeth, New Jersey, US Port Elizabeth is APM Terminals’ largest terminal on the east coast of North America, and offers the largest reefer capacity in the Port of New York and New Jersey. The terminals four ZPMC ship-to-shore super post-panamax cranes are capable of handling the largest container vessels on the ater today, up to 23 containers wide ondeck. DSP’s consultant started working on the project on the 6th of May. Currently using EXPRESS and SPARCS, APMT Port Elizabeth will migrate to N4 with gate appointments and gate automation. DSP is closely working with Interface, Equipment, IT and Operations teams and is part of the testing team aiming for Go-Live.