Octopi announced that Tropical Shipping has signed a subscription agreement at its St. Croix location. This agreement comes on the heels of the Tropical St. Thomas go-live, making St. Croix the second Tropical Shipping terminal that has signed with Octopi this year.
Despite setbacks due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Navis and Ultraport teams worked together to complete the project on schedule via remote assistance. After the implementation was complete, Punta Arenas has become the first terminal in Chile with a cloud-based TOS and has already seen the benefits of a more up to date system.
The implementation of Octopi at Tropical St. Thomas has positively impacted customer service and has made employees more efficient to better perform critical tasks. Gate and vessel operations are now more productive and the “equipment control” team has saved an average of 6-8 hours a week with Octopi due to less repetitive communication and data verification, in addition to the introduction of EDI.
FMT implementing Octopi at Port Manatee will provide visibility into its operations to keep its customers and FMT employees informed in real-time and will aid in its business goals of increased quality, efficiency and productivity.
The Port of Belize chose to partner with Octopi as part of a larger effort to modernize its operations, bring the terminal up to international standards of operational excellence and offer best-in-class services to its customers.
The Punta Arenas terminal was the perfect candidate for Octopi’s nimble, cloud-based TOS: operations at Punta Arenas have steadily grown in both size and complexity over the last decade, and it needed a terminal operating system that simplifies day-to-day management and positions the terminal for continued success.
Streamline's ERP solution integrates with Octopi to provide transparency and seamless visibility for ocean carriers in and out of Port Manatee.
Octopi has partnered with longtime Navis collaborator DSP to help bring the value of Octopi to Europe.
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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