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Value Creating Smart Ports: Exemplary Examples from Asia

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Author(s): Dr Jasmine Siu Lee Lam, Associate Professor, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Digitalization, innovation, technology – these are the buzzwords of the decade. This is because in a competitive and dynamic market, seaports must embrace digitalization, innovation, and technology in order to become smarter entities, that is, they must strive to be ‘smart ports’.

This wave of industry development inevitably affects many ports in various ways, including planning, infrastructure investment, operations, and customer service. With numerous off-the-shelf solutions and a wealth of current research and development efforts, port managers should always remember that the ultimate goal of being a smart port is to create higher values above all else. Asian ports, such as the ports of Busan, Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Singapore, all provide some exemplary examples of being smart for the benefit of value creation.


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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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