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Viewpoint: Time of arrival

Noble intentions to save fuel and spare CO2 emissions by slowing ship speeds and fixing port timetabling might not work as precisely as fans of digitisation suggest

Shipping cannot be tamed into precise port arrival times when it is at the mercy of the elements


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