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Key steps to a high performance maritime industry

Taking digitalisation one step at a time will offer a resilient, safe and sustainable maritime ecosystem for all those involved in the supply chain argue Mikael Lind, Richard T. Watson, and Wolfgang Lehmacher.

Achievement of an efficient, resilient, safe, and sustainable maritime ecosystem is a multi-year, multi-stage project that requires a sequence of interlocking actions. Attainment of the ultimate goals of any major project requires a series of intermediate steps where accomplishment of one step establishes the foundations for the achievement of subsequent steps.

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