If there is anything the past two years have taught us about goods movement, it’s of the critical nature of a resilient end-to-end supply chain.
Just one hiccup in a logistics chain can have a major domino effect on ports and logistics.
Whether it’s a shortage inland freight capacity; marine-side vessel blank sailings; or workforce disputes and strike action at a container terminal, resiliency will be a key word for ports and terminals in the year ahead.
And with that, Port Technology International brings you its 125th edition of the journal on the End-to-End Supply Chain!
In this jam-packed journal we welcome the macro and micro insights of all players across the goods transport network.
Have a look at holistic editorial pieces from the European Shippers’ Council and freight analytics firm FourKites to get the latest on box bottlenecks around the world.
On digitalisation, dive into the world of how blockchain technologies can smoothen trade processes, with contributions from the Global Shipping Business Network (GSBN) and the Spanish Transport Association.
Alternatively, we are delighted to receive contributions from port authorities themselves, including the Santos Port Authority, and backers behind Mojave Inland Port, which pitches to be a vital transport hub for the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.
Read all the above, and much more in this month’s edition. Enjoy!