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Inmarsat and LLoyd's list recently published the results of a survey conducted in May 2020 regarding the digitalization attitudes and trends in the shipping industry (you need to register to download the report).
That'll be fun to watch, but also in a way expected. It is hard to set rules before the technologies have matured and consolidated. 'International rules on the deployment and...
Hydrogen is one of those game changers in the energy market and a great fuel for ships. It's nothing new: research on ship-borne fuel cells consuming hydrogen spans more than 30 years. Recently...
There's no need to say why this is important, this is one of the largest acceleration programmes in the world from a country that has shown it can do it. The deadline for...
Initially I thought I would have time for all these great webinars during the Corona lockdown but there are so many and so interesting that it would now take me the whole day,...
“With digitalisation accelerating globally as a result of COVID-19, we believe the future of the traditional freight forwarder is more precarious than ever,” CEO Fraser Robinson said in a statement.
Later this month, China is set to launch an important location satellite into space. It’s the last satellite in its global network, which is an alternative, or competitive, to the network the U.S....
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The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) and the entrepreneurial arm of the National University of Singapore (NUS), today announced the launch of Smart Port Challenge (SPC) 2020 under PIER71. Start-ups participating in...
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The main objective of AEGIS is to develop a new waterborne transport system for Europe that leverages the benefits of ships and barges while overcoming the conventional problems like dependence on terminals, high...
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In this piece McKinsey considers autonomy for the supply chain in the broader context of decision making, which my be confusing in the beginning. Eventually it makes sense as the main focus is...