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Kongsberg: These are the top four trends in digital shipping

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Hege Skryseth, CEO of new company Kongsberg Digital, offers ShippingWatch her predictions for the four biggest trends in digital developments within shipping. "Shipping is still conservative, but the sector is catching up," she says.


BY LOUISE VOGDRUP-SCHMIDT
Published 10.03.17 at 13:37

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