Mayotte Channel Gateway (MCG), located in the Mozambique channel off the coast of East Africa, has become the latest terminal to sign a license agreement to use Navis’s N4 terminal operating system.
Located at the French-governed Port of Longoni, MCG is a primary transhipment hub in the region, handling 60,000 teu per year and expecting to grow 15% over the next five years. When the system is implemented later this year the terminal will be better able to optimise operations, support changing business requirements and achieve competitive advantages. The new TOS will allow the terminal an enhanced view of operations.
“The system will provide MCG with the functionality we need to avoid manual work in operations, administration and analytics at the terminal,” said MCG managing director Ida Nel. “It will also help transform yard management, as well as the way we load and discharge new transhipment customer vessels, which we were unable to service previously.”