Digitalization forces carriers to find new pathways to value

Shipowners must think differently about value creation, recommends a new report from Danish Ship Finance and Rainmaking, which projects shipping scenarios for 2030 and beyond.

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A core ingredient for carriers' business could be reduced to a parenthesis, at least when it comes to value creation.

In a new report on digitalization in shipping, Danish Ship Finance and innovation firm Rainmaking point to several scenarios for the industry in 2030 and the years ahead. Freight rates could look quite different from today. According to Christopher Rex, head of innovation at Danish Ship Finance, this is a realistic scenario.

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