Machine learning represents both a key opportunity and a critical threat to the shipping industry. How will the current players react?
As the global economy and supply chain continues to become increasingly intertwined disruptions can spread rapidly around the world. How can these events be predicted to limit adverse impact to companies?
Digitization and the industrial internet of things present lucrative opportunities in the maritime shipping industry. Maersk is leading the way with digital innovations that reduce costs and deliver on evolving customer needs.
Speed and low prices are driving recent eccomerce retail strategies – but is Amazon setting them up for failure in the future with their Amazon Prime program?
The tank container industry has struggled with sluggish demand and increased competition. How can Stolt Tank Containers position its digital ecosystem at the center of service for their customers?
UPS is taking steps to digitize it’s freight business, but is it letting the small parcel business fall through its fingers?
Rising sea levels and more frequent and severe storms resulting from climate change are threatening the integrity and existence of our nation’s coastal land and infrastructure – and the Port of New Orleans is no exception.
Singapore has the second largest container terminal and had maintained a competitive edge so far compared to regional peers. Can it continue compete effectively as the industry is disrupted by digitization?
The container shipping industry will undergo major digital disruption over the next 50 years. Is CMA CGM – a worldwide shipping group headquartered in France – on the right track?
Maersk is a behemoth in the shipping world and provides supply chain services through delivery of fresh produce and other products to 343 ports in 121 different countries. Maersk has embraced IoT in its shipping and logistic business in order to improve shipping efficiency with real-time shipment tracking and reduce product wastage with “smart” refrigerated containers.