Octopi announced a set of new features and updates for general and mixed cargo terminal operators. Built using direct input from current general and mixed cargo operators, the expanded general cargo capabilities are part of a broader effort to extend the benefits of Octopi’s world-class container shipping functionality to terminals managing other types of cargo.
Tropical selected Octopi’s modern, cloud-based TOS to improve inventory accuracy and operational efficiency as well as to provide better visibility to stakeholders both inside and outside of the organization.
Octopi took the port from a spreadsheet-based, pen-and-paper system to a comprehensive, cloud-based TOS with the ability to process information in real-time, increasing the speed and efficiency of its daily operations.
Octopi announced that Worldwide Terminals Fernandina, which operates the Port of Fernandina in Northeastern Florida, has agreed to implement Octopi’s software-as-a-service TOS.
Navis announced that it has acquired Miami-based Octopi, a cloud-based TOS built for small container and mixed cargo terminals. The strategic acquisition of Octopi strengthens Navis’ ability to provide transformational operating software solutions for its terminal customers, regardless of size.
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