Japanese company says the system can navigate routes and steer to avoid collisions
Ports can mitigate a repeat of their pandemic gridlock by adopting the right port community system
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Port operator expects to transport around 5,000 containers from terminals in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Fremantle, after a cybersecurity breach led to a service suspension since Friday
Two of the shipping industry’s leading academics, Professor Siri Pettersen Strandenes and Dr Martin Stopford, join the podcast this week to discuss everything from the shifting nature of shipping economics to the digital and logistic solutions they would urge the industry to consider in response
Hamburg’s Jens Meier has taken the helm at the International Association of Ports and Harbours. He sees harmonising standards as critical to boosting trade
Supply chain reforms are creating new logistics needs and growth opportunities for YQN’s business, chief executive Zhou Shihao says. But he cautions against aggressive expansion amid a declining container shipping market
The technology to improve shipping efficiency is no longer the battleground — a tipping point has been reached and there is ample access to data. The more difficult change and the new front for tech providers and the wider industry is how to manage operational changes
Initiative can save up to 40,000 man-days per year for the bunker industry, while MPA plans to make digital bunkering a mandatory requirement by the end of 2024
Kongsberg Maritime President Lisa Haugan is figuring out how to attract the right skillsets to get decarbonisation over the line
Solution addresses overwhelming volume of data now available to brokers and analysts
Bureau Veritas has teamed up with OrbitMI in a move that benefits both parties. The tie-up says much about consolidation in the digital world
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