Handling the Complexities of a Mixed-Use Terminal

Mixed cargo terminals face a unique combination of cargo and handling requirements. From operational needs, to data and reporting, to specialized equipment constraints, mixed cargo terminals must manage complexities which are often very different from a pure container or single commodity terminal.

In this webinar, "Handling the Complexities of a Mixed-Use Terminal," hosted by Transport Events and sponsored by Navis, you'll hear from terminal operators at mixed cargo terminals, as well as technology providers who will describe their mixed cargo terminal-based challenges, operational best practices and some of the tools and technologies they've used to optimize operations.        


About our Presenters:


Shane Holdsworth, Senior Consultant, Master Terminal by Navis

Shane is a Senior Consultant for Navis and works with customers in the mixed cargo space including general cargo, bulk, break-break, wheeled cargo as well as container operations. Shane has over 18 years experience working for TOS solution providers in software development and implementation teams. Currently based in NZ, Shane spent 3 years in Europe working closely with key customers to deliver Master Terminal as well as managing the implementation office in The Netherlands. He has been involved in over 20 TOS implementation projects throughout the world including the US, Europe, Middle East and the Asia Pacific region.


George Belle, Director of Product Marketing, Navis

George joined Navis in 2002. Since that time, he has held roles in Professional Services, Customer Support, Sales Engineering, and Product Marketing. Previous jobs involve writing code for video games & video editing, plus extensive project work in professional services organizations. George holds a BS in Computer Engineering with a minor in German from Purdue University, and an MBA from Santa Clara University.


Muhammad Imran Yousuf, Non‑Container Terminal Director, Q Terminals, Qatar

Master degree holder in IT. Started career in Terminal Operations in 1998 at KICT with a joint venture company of APL and ICTSI (which was acquired by HPH). After spending 8 years with HPH, moved to DP-World where he worked 10 years on different positions, i.e. Manager of ICD-NLCCT, Manager Ops Planning, etc. In 2015, joined Qatar Port Management Company and started up Hamad Port Operations. In 2018, joined Qterminals where worked as Non-Containerize Terminals Director and acting Manager of Marine Unit.