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Strategic challenges for port leaders

The spread of new logistics hubs close to, or even within a port, is indicative of an awareness of a port’s role in the strategic supply chain. This has opened up the sector to outstanding individuals from other industries and this is an area we can align with the aims of UK government’s Maritime 2050 strategy

Whatever the Brexit outcome, the UK will always be a trading nation, but it must be flexible, adaptable and inclusive, to attract the very best talent

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