De-risking the project cargo supply chain

In anticipation to the Project Cargo Summit we visited Harry van den Heuvel and discussed which actions Wärtsilä undertakes to de-risk the project cargo supply chain for their clients. How do they arrange and establish their supply chain? And how do they use new technologies, like smart ports and big data? Operational excellence is an continual development and is high on Wärtsiläs’ focus. The General Manager Project Logistics for the Marine division of Wärtsilä is one of the speakers during the Project Cargo Summit and will participate on the first day. Watch the interview here. For the full program visit our website.

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