Three pointers: This is how shipping attracts digital talents

Too many shipping executives work with the wrong digital strategy, says CEO of Cargomate Technology, Chris Jones. In an interview with ShippingWatch, he offers three pieces of advice about how to attract the right IT talents, how to get the most out of them and how to retain them.

It sounds like a constant: The future is digital whether we keep up or not.

3D printed ports and autonomous ships already seem to be a reality, and the industry is forming IT-alliances like never before. It is, as consultancy firm McKinsey expresses it in its most recent report about the future of container shipping, simply "out of the question to remain constant" regarding the question of digitalization.

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