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Dockers and crane drivers could be obsolete by 2040

Automation of low-skilled maritime jobs will fuel need for 'new dockers' highly skilled in planning, scheduling and equipment dispatching, remote control of ship handling, and inspection of unmanned yard equipment

Rise in global seaborne trade to protect highly-skilled seafarers’ jobs with a boost in numbers needed up to 2040

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