The future of ship management

However, the past decade has probably seen the greatest challenges, and the next decade will test ship managers more than ever.Digital disruption will impact all maritime businesses, but none more so than ship managers because they will need to embrace change in technical management, in a dynamic regulatory environment, while upskilling all levels of human resources, and continuing to provide value for customers.
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Creative transportation solutions in the wake of COVID-19

The COVID-19 crisis is disrupting life as we knew it and quickly creating a new normal. For public transportation, in particular, restrictions and city lockdowns continue to impact regular travel as communities adhere to very real concerns over physical distancing. But as we begin to think about what life will look like in the months to come, including life after COVID-19, we can see this as an opportunity to think through immediate changes that will impact our future, starting with a positive change in how we move.
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Digital Transformation - The Foundation of a Resilient Supply Chain

Disruption is driving digital transformation of supply chains more rapidly than ever before, and is critical to remaining competitive. However, businesses of all sizes face many challenges when it comes to transforming their supply and value chain operations.
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Potential outcomes in 2022 and risk mitigation strategies

Our speaker Bill Rooney, Vice President Strategic Development, will cover various aspects of the expiration and re-negotiation of the ILWU stevedore union contract including: ILWU contract expiration and what it means, potential for labor action on the US west coasts, risks associated with a labor action on the US west coast and the impact of a possible labor action and labor risk mitigation strategies.
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Putting safety back where it belongs

Lloyd's List - Maritime Intelligence

Shipping’s commitment to fulfil climate change obligations has had an unintended consequence: continuing investment to enhance safety is often a secondary consideration. History teaches us that accidents and incidents rise when competing issues – such as new technology or emissions reduction – take over management time and effort.Shipping is one of the most dangerous activities in transportation, so safety must be placed first at every level of an organisation. What’s getting in the way and why?
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