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All around the maritime industry businesses are on the lookout for the digital disruptor. The threat of a tech-led business overturning the industry, rewriting its rules and shifting its balance of power could come from within, or from one of the established tech giants with sprawling logistics businesses. The maritime industry will look and feel very different in ten years’ time, thanks to new technologies and news ways of working.
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A transformation is underway in the maritime indusry that is likely to be as seismic as the shift from break-bulk to container shipping in the 1950s and 1960s. Industry leaders who take the time to explore opportunities for growth and development can expect to see their effort richly rewarded
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Waiting for the IMO to deliver cyber security guidelines in 2021 may yet prove to be too long a wait for an industry facing immediate risk, argues Lloyd’s Register cyber expert
The IMO is casting its eye over a set of proposals that would try to standardise the rules that govern autonomous ships
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Prosperity — and even survival — requires shipping companies to be adapt to constant change, says Ramez Naam
Leadership panel level familiar criticism against an industry apparently unwilling to change
If the predicted ‘Uberisation’ of shipping comes to pass, shipowners who have not managed to adjust their business models from today may well end up being the Uber driver of the scenario
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