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Data handshake breakthrough : public-private players accept maritime NGOs’ invitation to co-create global digital ISO standard for the exchange of administrative and operational data
Now Available Online – IAPH Webinar from 17 Feb 2021 – The future for ship-shore community data sharing – a public highway or individual toll roads?
In a world where a vessel making a ship’s call, in one of the world’s 900 ports, needs to send and receive messages to many different parties, what can be done to harmonize data collaboration and orchestration?
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HudsonAnalytix and Maritime Street Team Up to Advise on Secure Maritime Trade and Logistics Digitalization
July 8, 2020 Cherry Hill, NJ, USA and Paris, France – HudsonAnalytix, Inc., an international business risk solutions company, and Maritime Street, global strategic advisors on digital trade logistics, have formed a strategic partnership to help governments, port authorities, port communities, port community system operators, and other key parties accelerate digitalization of maritime trade processes with maximum safety, security, and reliability. The initiative will support public and private stakeholders to assess, define, implement, and maintain secure digital trade facilitation and port process frameworks that safeguard critical digital and physical infrastructure that is vital to national economies, international trade, and global maritime supply chains.
Joint IAPH/World Bank webinar entitled “Accelerating Digitalization: Critical Actions to Strengthen the Resilience of the Maritime Supply Chain” was held on 21 January successfully on 21 January, launching two documents promoting port digitization, where Maritime Street’s Pascal Olivier and other speakers, discussed the importance of more consistent digital collaboration across the maritime industry.
The COVID-19 pandemic underlined the risk to global trade and the importance of digitization to ensure business continuity and improve the resilience of the maritime gateways and associated logistical chains
As recently underscored by European Union Directive 2016/1148 (NIS Directive), port communities are characterized by national governments, regional and international regulators as critical infrastructure for sustaining international trade, driving economic security and facilitating collaborative defense in the face of new geopolitical, economic and
Según el documento “Startup funding in logistics: New money for an old industry?” por la consultora internacional McKinsey, “al 2030, el e-forwarding o el delivery colaborativo serán la nueva normalidad”. Ese muy bien podría ser la esperanzada proyección al 2020, pero la brecha de la aceleración digital está creciendo entre regiones del mundo: Asia y Europa están liderando el camino, pero en Latinoamérica y otras economías emergentes hay suficientes dificultades con los modelos tradicionales de logística que ya existen, mucho menos pensar en introducir disrupción digital.
Emerging and developing nations need to accelerate trade digitalisation. Pre-empting the second story in the Digital Series, to be published on Monday, Pascal Ollivier, founder and president, Maritime Street outlines five reasons port community systems matter more than ever.
Ports and terminals are at the centre of the digitalisation process in the container shipping industry.
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