Getting back in sync

Futuristic: port and ship designers need to get together. Credit: Rolls-Royce plc

COMMENT: In the past, I’ve sounded off about the port side of the business being out of sync with the carrier side: vessels are, frankly, way too big for terminals, writes Barry Parker.

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