Our first journal of 2023 is a fitting start in looking to the future in our industry.
Port development and investment – whether that be through infrastructure development, digitalised solutions, sustainability initiatives or workforce upskilling schemes – is the bedrock and catalyst ports and logistics players need to meet today’s challenges and obstacles.
Your 128th PTI E-Journal brings you outstanding contributions from minds across the sector and around the globe. We are delighted to hear from port stakeholders from Gothenburg, Halifax, and Venice, on their current work on improving processes; as well as holistic investment approaches to terminal investment from Associated British Ports (ABP), DP World, and many more to what it means to develop the logistics landscape.
As ports and terminals begin to emerge from stalling bottlenecks that have hampered efforts to reduce congestion around the world, budgets can now be set to move on from firefighting to forward-planning to serve bigger ships, harness connected networks, and turbocharge green energy projects to reduce carbon footprints.
We wish you a promising and successful 2023 and look forward to bringing exclusive content to you throughout the year.