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BPA calls for more port thoughts

[ January 15, 2020   //   ]

The British Ports Association (BPA) has re-issued its invitation for industry bodies to collaborate with it on Thought Leadership projects.

The Port Futures programme has been running since 2018 and BPA says it is keen to continue to work with companies and specialists working at the cutting edge in their area of maritime expertise. This may take the form of articles or short reports to infographics or videos to examine emerging trends and innovative new ideas in the ports and shipping industries that will lead to short and longer-term changes in the ports industry.

Previous projects have included: port masterplanning with ABPmer, digital ports with the Port of Rotterdam and the most recent example, released last week, the impact of autonomous vehicles with MDS Transmodal.

Contact Phoebe Warneford-Thomson at the BPA at: