Maritime transportation has been and will remain an essential part of cultural and commercial exchange. However, the industry is becoming increasingly complex, with high market volatility, constantly evolving requirements for new vessels and a skilled labor shortage.
To remain competitive, shipbuilding companies need to keep up with these evolving trends and requirements to offer value throughout the entire lifecycle of a ship. Download our new ebook to learn more.
Importance of maritime transportation
Shipbuilding companies are dealing with a formidable trends in the maritime transportation industry. Volatility in the global economy is driving intense competition. Demand for high-tech, autonomous and multi-purpose vessels is increasing. There’s a shortage of skilled workers. All these factors are creating a complex and challenging context for companies to operate in. Given the importance of maritime transportation, shipbuilders need to find ways to adapt to the industry’s evolving landscape.
Maritime transportation management
To practice effective maritime transportation management, shipbuilders need to harness the power of data. Ship management software that includes a centralized data management system is the backbone of the digital twin, allowing companies to maximize their productivity while reducing risk throughout the entire ship lifecycle.
Ship management software
Utilizing ship management software that acts as a single source of truth can help shipbuilders manage the complexity within the maritime transportation industry. Managing the ship lifecycle from inquiry to decommissioning can ensure they’re sufficiently agile to respond to future needs and requirements.
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