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Box carriers ‘held back by manual and analogue processes’

Container shipping needs to digitalise to improve the customer service it offers. But the arms race for large ships has made it financially unstable, leaving little money to invest

Carriers are trapped in a ‘prisoner’s dilemma’ of needing to compete with rival’s ship orders instead of investing in services

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