In light of continued global economic and political uncertainty, companies involved in international trade must now contend with an unprecedented amount of risk as the ‘new normal’. From the cost of air freight to the complexity of international returns plus the need for full disclosure of import tariffs at checkout – all whilst contending with ever increasing customer expectations and Brexit uncertainties – being able to achieve end-to-end supply chain visibility is key.
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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.