Erasmus’ Maurice Jansen sees value in young professional networks taking the stage in ports around the world
Cargotec’s Dr Tero Hottinen explains why ports need a finger of the pulse of disruptive technology
Royal HaskoningDHV’s (RHDHV) Bob Post explains how to address one of the biggest barriers to automation of brownfield terminals
Navis’ Andy Barrons expects increased tech spend and a brighter future for the industry in 2019
ABB Ports’ Björn Henriksson explains how knowledge is power when it comes to analysing the statistics behind the moves.
RightShip’s Kris Fumberger explains why it’s important to effectively measure, monitor and manage air emissions in port.
ASCELA ADVISORS’ Nivesh Chaudhary explains why ports around the world must confront the increasing size of container ships..
Terberg’s Ron van Arkel explains why safety-conscious operators should not compromise on equipment investment.
Wire rope monitoring needs to be stepped up, warn lifting specialists.
COMMENT: Investment risk is inversely proportional to diversification. No surprises there, and therefore it isn’t surprising either that port operators, especially those that had an early start, have managed to get their portfolios to the scale they have, writes Gagan Seksaria.
Darktrace Industrial’s Andrew Tsonchev explains how artificial intelligence has an important role to play in keeping ports safe.
Parvez Mansuri welcomes ports shaking off years of inertia to embrace digitisation.
Conductix-Wampfler’s Alexander Eckardt questions whether we are there yet on verified mass legislation.
Conversations about LED lighting today are very different to what they were half a decade ago, says Ryan Hertel.
The two Cs of China and consolidation will have a profound effect on ports in 2018, explains Ton van den Bosch