More interoperability needed as smart containers begin to make their mark

March 13, 2019 Gavin van Marle

More shipper engagement with carriers offering smart containers is required.
This would bring down the cost of the technology and push it towards ubiquity – although developing interoperability standards will also be key.
On the final day of last week’s TPM conference in Long Beach, Kathryn Delecluse, smart container commercial project manager at MSC, said: “We all know smart containers are the future, but at the moment it is totally customer-orientated because ...

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