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Hong Kong positions itself as a reefer cargo hub
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Guam sets its eye on being westernmost U.S. transhipment hub
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The shipping sector is expected to adopt electronic bills of lading (eBLs) to enhance the shipping documentation process as the industry gears up for digital transformation in the wake of the disruption brought by the coronavirus pandemic.
Shipping sector pushes for wider adoption of eBLs as industry becomes more digitalized
The shipping sector is expected to adopt electronic bills of lading (eBLs) to enhance the shipping
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