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Disrupting the disrupters: Why systems solutions might not be solutions at all

The Sea Japan international maritime exhibition and conference is hearing from the most prominent digital disrupters about how their business models work with their customers, how they hope to compete against each other and whether they will ever be truly welcome in the atmosphere of economic protectionism that has always characterised international shipping.

The international shipping industry has this week been debating whether competition between digitally driven companies will become counterproductive

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