The downside for carriers and terminals of a digital supply chain

November 20, 2018 Gavin van Marle

While every shipping company in the world appears to be developing some form of digital strategy, a leading industry academic has warned that digitisation could result in some unforeseen and unwelcome consequences.
Speaking at last week’s TOC Americas Supply Chain Conference in Panama, Jean-Paul Rodrigue, from the department of global studies and geography at New York’s Hofstra University, argued: “Digitisation could be a really bad thing for the shipping industry, but perhaps ...

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