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OPPORTUNITY (Issue 08)

We look at how the shipping industry is tackling emission reduction, as the IMO 2020 regulations come into force next year.

As the risks increase in the global supply chain we speak to the experts about how shipping and logistics companies can ‘future proof’ their businesses.

The increasing complexity of logistics operations requires extensive training and new skills to stay competitive in the market. We look at what tomorrow’s logistics personnel need to succeed.

In other news, ubi is rolled out across the world with new and enhanced features. ?The Group Environment Committee is also launched to drive through new green initiatives throughout the Group.

GMD UPFRONT MESSAGE

Despite continuing uncertainty in global trade and volatile geo-political circumstances, we are moving ahead to further develop our global ports network and to also expand our logistics footprint in strategic locations. The keynote agreement with...

SHIPPING GETS READY AS IMO 2020 LOOMS

From 1 January 2020, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) will enforce a new 0.5 per cent global sulphur cap on fuel content and has announced a 50 per cent reduction in green-house gas emissions from ships by 2050. This new cap is in response to environmental concerns, specifically the emissions generated by the shipping industry.

MANAGING SUPPLY CHAIN RISK IN A TURBULENT WORLD

As the global supply chain faces new risks such as extreme weather, escalating cargo crime, environmental damage and political turmoil, there are calls for logistics professionals to take a new approach to manage this volatility.

SHIPPERS URGED TO TAKE ANOTHER LOOK AT CARGO INSURANCE

A fundamental misconception of risk is causing many shippers of ocean freight to completely overlook the need for cargo insurance of any kind and to cover against a multitude of eventualities. Many industry professionals fear the endemic perception that insurance is unnecessary or not worth the expense is unlikely to change in the foreseeable future.

CHALLENGES OF TRAINING IN THE LOGISTICS MULTIVERSE

As the logistics sector embraces digitisation and automation, a major challenge faces the industry as there is a pressing need to take a fresh look at the necessary skills required to ensure that training for employees and new recruits is available. New employees to the logistics sector will need to be adaptive to change and flexible in their approach to new technology.

UBI EXTENDS REACH TO NEW PORTS

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NEW VENTURES AND OPPORTUNITIES AROUND THE WORLD

亚博网站网址是多少 latest development and projects around the world.

GEC LAUNCHES BOLD NEW GREEN VISION FOR THE FUTURE

The newly formed 亚博网站网址是多少 Group Environmental Committee (GEC) held its first meeting at its Hong Kong Headquarters this summer. Both GEC Co-chairmen, Clemence Cheng and Stephen Ashworth have volunteered to co-chair the GEC because they strongly believe in protecting and improving the environment.

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