APM Terminals (APMT) Mumbai, also known as Gateway Terminals India (GTI), has implemented the latest version of the Navis N4 terminal operating system (TOS). By rolling out N4, the operator aims to help customers better engage with the terminal, offering greater visibility of container tracking as well as truck turn round times to improve planning relating to container pick-up/drop-off activity. GTI Mumbai will also have the ability to better share data, providing live information feeds to customers to support real-time decision making.

Capable of monitoring end-to-end performance, N4 can spot issues with performance before they start to negatively impact operations. As a result, it aims to provide business continuity, improve terminal efficiency and safeguard consistency in productivity, by ensuring that applications consistently operate at the speed they are supposed to. It also hopes to prevent minor problems from combining to cause a major downtime issue.

GTI joins more than 30 other APMT sites using N4 as their standard TOS. “Despite limitations brought on by the pandemic, APMT has not wavered in its commitment to roll out N4 to all of its terminals globally, with the goal of having one standardised TOS by the end of 2021,” says Charles Gerard, General Manager, APAC, at Navis. “GTI Mumbai is now well equipped to deliver on the goals it has set for 2021 and beyond.”

Source: The Maritime Standard