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February 01, 2011 10:00 ET

Camin Cargo Control Goes Live With Navarik's Certified Inspection Partner Program

Navarik Web Services Expedite the Exchange of Key Inspection Data

VANCOUVER, BC--(Marketwire - February 1, 2011) - Navarik, a global leader in cargo inspection management software for petroleum trade operations, announced today that Camin Cargo Control ( is the first Inspection Company to begin operating under Navarik's Certified Inspection Partner Program. This operational integration between the Navarik and Camin Cargo inspection systems will streamline the receipt of nomination details and simplify the submission of inspection results, invoices and port time logs. Inspection companies that participate in the program are able to use the Navarik Inspection Web Services™ to automatically exchange key inspection data -- delivering faster inspection results and improving data accuracy by eliminating the need for dual entry of information.

"We are delighted that Camin has started creating worksheets, timelogs and invoices using Navarik's web services," said Patrick Rooney, CEO of Navarik. "Through its initiative and hard work over several months, Camin has earned the right to be the first inspection company to realize the benefits of this system: it makes it easier for inspection companies to report, expedite and deliver accurate results to their customers."

"We are excited to begin operational use of the Navarik Inspection Web Services under the Navarik Certified Inspection Partner Program and anticipate that the electronic exchange of data between Camin's Polaris system and Navarik Inspection will save our operators considerable time," said Marcelo Remotti, IT Director of Camin Cargo Control. "Our customers will be able to enjoy the benefits of having their inspection data automatically delivered into Navarik Inspection as soon as it becomes available in our Polaris system."

"The value of Navarik Inspection is in the automated collection and reporting of key inspection data," said Patrick Rooney, CEO of Navarik. "The goal of the new web services for inspection companies is to make it easier for inspection companies to report data with Navarik Inspection and to expedite the delivery of accurate inspection results to Navarik Inspection customers. We are looking forward to the implementation of this system by a number of additional inspection companies in 2011."

How it Works: The Navarik Inspection Web Services™ enable inspection companies to electronically import nominated parcels from Navarik Inspection ™ into their own internal system. Once inspection work is completed and logged in their internal system, those inspection results -- quantity/quality data, time logs, invoices, and any supporting documentation -- are submitted electronically to Navarik Inspection using the Navarik Inspection Web Services™. Navarik is not charging any fee for web services usage but inspection companies will be required to map Navarik Inspection reference data to their internal system data.

About Navarik

Navarik is the leader of on-demand software services that automate maritime shipping logistics and physical trade operations for global crude oil, refined products and bulk commodities. Navarik's mission is to create an open standards-based industry network that brings together all parties engaged in the physical movement and trading of maritime cargo to more effectively manage the movement of bulk commodities around the globe. Today, many of the world's largest oil companies rely on Navarik Inspection™ and other Navarik software offerings to deliver unprecedented insight into the performance of vessels, cargos and ports. For oil producing countries, Navarik Inspection also generates a detailed account of the total volume of petroleum exports. More information about Navarik Products and services can be found at