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German seaports pioneers in digitization

Berlin, 14th October 2021 | Ministry of Economics is hosting the North German port digitization conference.

Under the title “The Port of the Future”, numerous experts discussed current topics and future perspectives at the North German Port Digitization Conference in the State Representation of Niedersachsen in Berlin.

In the global competition between port locations, seaport operators and logistics companies, automation and digitization offer new opportunities to sustainably optimize gradually complex processes and to open up new business areas.

Niedersachsen’s digitization state secretary Stefan Muhle: “The maritime industry is also exposed to the enormous pressure and speed of digitization. To take on the challenges together requires collaborative thinking and acting from the entire industry. “

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Credits: C. Blume

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