Various maritime management solutions are cropping up in the industry and help connect shippers, maritime carriers, and their affiliated partners, improving efficiency and visibility across the supply chain. Regardless of this, the industry continues to be bogged down by red tape and as the number of parties involved in a single transaction increase, stepping up the need for accountability is vital.
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After years of a slow buildup, the Marine Corps will soon begin sending 2,500 leathernecks to Australia annually. Marine Rotational Force-Darwin will increase in size by about 1,000 troops “as soon as practicable,” according to a State Department news release.
Chinese companies have participated in the construction and operation of a total of 42 ports in 34 countries under its Belt and Road initiative launched five years ago, according to Chinas Ministry of Transport. These ports include Piraeus Port in Greece, Hambantota Port in Sri Lanka and Gwadar Port in Pakistan and China has also signed 38 bilateral and regional maritime agreements covering 47 countries along the Belt and Road trade routes.
There's little doubt that automation is coming in the trucking industry heck, it's already here in many fomats. But how will the next levels of automation be deployed? What will the legal and regulatory framework around that look like?
Shippers are pushing forwarders for more certainty on post-Brexit customs some now actively working with a presumption of a hard Brexit. Meanwhile, the UK Road Haulage Association (RHA) has slammed MPs claiming no deal is better than a bad deal, suggesting some foods we take for granted could become luxuries.
The reams of personally identifiable information in the possession of healthcare and pharmaceutical companies makes them a clear target for cyberattacks, but the transportation industry, which now ranks third in security vulnerability according to a recent whitepaper released by Gallagher, has different exposures than just the threat of losing drivers licenses or social security numbers.