As global trade increases at an exponential rate, ports are in turn thriving. However, some aspects of ports are stuck in the past, with most container ports still operating gigantic container yards manually.
Chris Mason, Director of Business Development, EMEA Market, at Rajant Corporation
Blockchain in Supply Chains follows the supply chain eBook Path to Intelligence, but more of these digital publications, which feature many of the top #SPSC18 speakers, are yet to come
Wolfgang Lehmacher, World Economic Forum; Matt Kuperholz, PwC Australia; Darko Djuric, CargoX; Dean Croke, FreightWaves and BiTA, Deanna MacDonald and Katherine Foster, Blockchain Labs for Open Collaboration
“The Port Security Grant program provides needed federal help to harden security at U.S. ports. Most port areas have developed five-year plans to enhance security by ranking projects based on risk. By decreasing this funding, these five-year plans cannot be carried out, leaving critical security enhancements undone.
Susan Monteverde, Government Relations Vice President of the American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA)