NAVIS


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NAVISNavy Automated Video Information System
NAVISNavy Input Segment
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I don't the car Isla Kim Navis "That is when I just started frantically running around the house.
Navis, a part of Cargotec Oyj (HEL:CGCBV) and a provider of operational technologies and services for organisations across the shipping supply chain, announced on Friday the acquisition of Octopi, a cloud-based TOS (Terminal Operating System) built for small container and mixed cargo terminals.
For the key employees of the business areas Kalmar, Hiab and MacGregor, the potential reward of the measuring period 2019 will be based on the business areas' service gross profit, while for Navis software divisions' key employees, it will be on Navis' sales and on sales, excluding TOS-business.
As a result, SGTD appointed Navis as its sole TOS provider to overcome these obstacles -- providing more streamlined operations through a user-friendly interface for SGTD's customer base.
Will Motchar, President and CEO of Navis TubeTex, commented "we are very excited to add these companies and their great products to our group.
Jean-Christophe Marti, Senior Partner of Navis, and Loke Wai San, Managing Director and Co-Founder of Novo Tellus, commented: "Our objective in the MFS investment was to sharpen the company's focus on Automotive, Industrial, Medical and Storage ("AIMS") customers, riding on several related secular growth trends, including the advent of the Internet-of-Things, growth in spend on medical devices, automobile electrification and the rise of driverless vehicles, and growth in demand for data storage capacity.
Navis' expanded solution portfolio includes N4 Terminal System, N4 Optimization Modules, automation, Business Intelligence Portal and related solutions/services designed to optimize terminal performance.
Salalah: Port of Salalah (PoS) and Navis launched the Terminal Business Knowledge Exchange Partnership Programme recently.
Navis Capital Partners, a private equity firm, has completed an investment in Texon from Barclays Ventures, part of Barclays Bank PLC.
Its previous owner, Barclays, has sold the whole group to a private equity firm, Navis Capital Partners, in a deal which could value the company - the world's leading manufacturer of structural footwear components and materials - at around PS100m.