Yilport Holding will roll out Navis’s Compass visual workflow management application to five terminals that use Navis N4, in an effort to enhance visibility and collaboration in the planning process across terminals.
The Compass application digitises the workflow and standardises the way terminals work, aiming to improve the quality of the planning and tracking process to improve the terminal’s efficiency.
The application has multiple deployment options to cater to every terminal, utilising Navis Smart technology to unlock vast amounts of data within the terminal operating system (TOS).
This follows a successful pilot period with Compass for Yilport’s Oslo terminal. During the pilot, the operator used Compass to track the planning and execution process for vessels from its Global Logistics Center (GLC) in Gebze, Turkey.
According to Navis, Compass aided in making relevant information available to all terminal actors in real time, which helped to reduce miscommunication across locations and will help prevent claims going forward.
During the one month trial period, the Turkish company worked with Navis to gather feedback on the priority of features that should be added and how those features should work to best incorporate Compass in the terminal planning process.