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Smart Shipping and Technology

Smart shipping requires holistic thinking by smart people

Many inflated claims are being made about the technologies being proffered to the shipping industry as its future, but history shows us when significant new technologies become available, the transition takes time and companies must adapt to managing such innovation in the round

Technology and Innovation Digitalisation Regulation

The Lloyd's List Business Briefing discusses the Three Elements of Efficiency



Nick Brown, Director, Marine & Offshore Lloyd's Register speaks at the Lloyd's List Business Briefing about collaberation between the industry and Silicon Valley

Lloyds Register’s head of Marine and Offshore Nick Brown joins us to discuss the shifting requirements of an industry dealing with disruption on several fronts


Set Alert for Lloyd's List Sectors :: Technology and Innovation

Supply chain risk mitigation shows shipping’s future direction

A report from the Economist Intelligence Unit agrees with an academic webinar that making the supply chain uber-efficient has left it vulnerable to serious threats such as the coronavirus pandemic

Ports and Logistics Political Risk and Trade

Why is Japan holding back its entrepreneurs?

A new report digs deep into the nature of Japan’s innovation culture. It concludes that maritime would benefit greatly from start-up thinking, however the country is falling behind its competitors

Japan Technology and Innovation

From the News Desk: Singapore looks beyond coronavirus

Singapore’s forward planning is paying dividends, while its investment in digital technology and infrastructure should mean it is well-positioned to weather the health crisis

Coronavirus Singapore Maritime Week

Wärtsilä chief warns of ‘weakened demand outlook’ in 2020

Coronavirus restrictions are easing in China and, at a very early stage, in Italy. That has allowed the business to plan for growth opportunities towards the end of the year

Finland Wartsila

Singapore uses tech to plan for rainy economic days

The maritime industry in Singapore stakes a large part of its reputation on its foresight. As huge swathes of the shipping industry head into an economic storm, the city-state will be investing heavily in digital infrastructure. It will also strengthen regulatory and trading conditions to make sure it keeps its reputation in all economic climates

Singapore Tankers and Gas

DCSA releases cyber-security guide

Best-practices build on BIMCO guidance to give practical steps to reduce cyber-risks

International Containers

Paperless documentation at least a decade away

Efforts to digitalise box shipping documentation have moved ahead, but forwarders will need to find ways of dealing with paper for years to come

Containers Digitalisation

Progress made in digital shipping platform network

CMA CGM, COSCO Shipping Lines, COSCO Shipping Ports, Hapag-Lloyd, Hutchison Ports, OOCL, Port of Qingdao, PSA International and Shanghai International Port Group are among those who signed for Global Shipping Business Network

Ports and Logistics Technology and Innovation

Evergreen unveils online booking platform

Move comes as container shipping carriers have been ramping up efforts to digitalise their services to gain efficiency

Containers Evergreen
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