Digitalisation of Maritime Supply Chains, ISLI Forum, Bordeaux

Published on: 5 April 2018
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Forum ISLY Bordeaux

Emerging Challenges in a Complex Future is the theme of the 28th Global Supply Chain ISLI Forum, which will take place on 30 March in Bordeaux.

Dominique Lebreton, Audits, Projects and Marketing Director at MGI, will speak during a round-table discussion on the Digitalisation of Maritime Supply Chains, alongside Romain Codron, founder of SHIPTIFY, and Luc Castera, founder of OCTOPI. Maritime supply chains need to be reorganised and redesigned. Understanding the challenges associated with digitalisation will help to better shape the organisations of the future. Expert speakers will share their views on the issue to demonstrate how the digital transformation will bring about a structural change to the future of the shipping industry.

Dominique will share his expertise on the digital transformation of the shipping industry, and how it is complicated due to the diversity of stakeholders, multiple information systems and administrative procedures. Port Community Systems (PCS)* play a key role in digital transformation. The Ci5 solution by MGI is the next-generation PCS, integrating innovations such as Big Data, IoT, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain and more.  The aim of the system is to provide professionals with greater goods visibility and predictability in order to optimise the strategic and operational coordination of their supply chain. Ultimately, ports will enjoy faster flows and improved performance.


Find out more about the forum: Emerging Challenges in a Complex Future.

*PCS: single window for the management of goods flows. It compiles information, automates processes, and coordinates and secures the activities of public and private stakeholders in a port, airport or inland logistics community.


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