Tuticorin Terminal (DBGT), the first terminal to use the system, targets to handle as much as 750,000 TEUs annually. Serving as a gateway to the industrialized region of southern India, which is also showing some of the strongest growth within the country, Tuticorin Terminal (DBGT) is also strategically located to process traffic coming from Africa.
Tuticorin Terminal (DBGT) acquires the new Navis N4 terminal operating system
Tuticorin (India). 23 April 2018
Bolloré Ports, through its subsidiary Tuticorin Terminal, recently signed a licensing agreement with Navis to provide its new Navis N4 terminal operating system. This system will equip the container terminal of Tuticorin and will increase its productivity by optimizing its operational efficiency.
Stanislas de Saint Louvent, Deputy CEO of Bolloré PortsThe N4 licensing agreement is part of DBGT's strategy to become one of the leading container terminals in India. Thanks to this new system, Bolloré Ports is able to offer its customers the best range of services possible to meet their requirements.