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Ton Van Den Bosch shares China’s Belt and Road Initiative and its implications for maritime infrastructure worldwide

The port investment around the posed changes and challenges between transhipment and gateway ports. Port operators will be considering the steps to position themselves as an attractive propositon to shareholders and customers. The emergence of new technology also offers significant benefits, but also raises cyber security threats, as more port functions go digital.

We live in exciting times in the port industry, both in the UK and around the globe. It may take a little more time to have the OBOR initiative to be felt in the British shores but they are coming.

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