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Making the Shipping Internet Work


Making the Shipping Internet Work

An interesting conference to discuss the best way to bring the maritime industry onto the web is scheduled for February 27th at the Inmarsat conference centre in London. This one-day event, hosted by Digital Ship magazine, begins with a keynote debate, “bringing the web into daily shipping business.” Participants include Mark Holford, director of e-business with Thomas Miller; Paul Ostergaard, CEO of ShipServ; Dimitris Lyras, managing director of Lyras Shipping; and Collin Lewis, chairman, Maritime E-commerce Association.

Discussion Topics include:

  • Should shipping be afraid of the web?
  • How can e-procurement serve the buyer?
  • Is the crewless ship a possibility?
  • Will e-chartering commoditise shipping?
  • What should e-chartering sites do?

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