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Growing Concern that Technology, Owners and Labor Supply are not Well Coordinated

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9/15/2015
In this program in the series, Dr. Cartner provides his thoughts on the pros and cons of technology in the different areas of the Maritime industry. He discusses the increase in financial pressures to incorporate technology and streamline shipping systems. Read our blog for more on this subject from Dr. Cartner which accompanies the video.
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