Digital improvements can make or break ports

If you have made any major purchases in the last two years, it’s likely that you have personally hero_low_resolution_container_portfelt the impact of the global supply chain crisis. Pandemic-induced spikes in consumer sales and labor shortages triggered artery-clogging nightmares for some of the world’s busiest ports. At the most serious end of the spectrum, this has contributed to food shortages. But maritime backlogs can delay the delivery of everything ranging from clothes to couches to cars.

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