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Author(s): Eagle Rail

Like other high-throughput industries seeking to support exponential growth and increased profit, the international container shipping and intermodal industry is examining every component of the supply chain in order to make more of the handling and transportation processes quicker, cheaper, more data-centric and obviously, automated wherever possible.

To date, most of the focus has been on two responsible strategies; first, improving already existing hardware technologies and software platforms, and second, having each party focus on their expertise and domain(s). However, when an unaddressed portion of a holistic ecosystem is in such dire need of improvement, it takes both ‘out-of-the-box,’ and, in this case, ‘out-of-the-gate’ thinking, both literally and figuratively.

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Smart Digital Ports

PTI Edition 89 • Digital & Print
This edition of the Journal of Ports & Terminals acts as a precursor to the Smart Digital Ports of the Future Conference in Rotterdam from the 4-6 of November. The edition features the world-leading smart ports offering an insight into their operations, globally renowned supply chain academics writing on core smart port and supply chain issues, and a host of pioneering solution providers articulating their vision for the future of ports.

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