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The supply chain as we’ve known it for years is dead. Sure, the occasional tweak here ...
News / Better communication and data sharing key to establishing JIT shipping
The maritime industry is ramping-up efforts to optimise port calls and introduce just-in-time (JIT) shipping. If ...
News / Every port can do something to boost sustainability, cheaply, says IAPH chief
Successful port sustainability should be inexpensive and extend beyond environmental concerns, according to the International ...
News / JIT shipping could cut surging fuel costs and boost schedule reliability
Just-in-time (JIT) vessel arrivals could answer two of container shipping’s most pressing problems: surging fuel ...
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