The Changing Face of Ocean Freight

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The emergence of a host of new technology-forward companies that are aiming to rethink the way ocean freight works is largely being driven by people in their 30s. These new, burgeoning leaders have varying degrees of experience in the world of logistics, but they all have two common passions: shaking up core ocean freight processes like procurement, forwarding, and visibility; and a belief that modern technology is ready to make an indelible mark on the global movement of containerized goods.

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