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Recently, Sea Connect has celebrated its tenth anniversary in St. Petersburg. Vyacheslav Puzemsky, СЕО of Sea Connect, gave SeaNews an interview about the company history, the changes in the container shipping market in Russia and abroad, and his forecasts for the near future.
Alexey Grechany, Project Manager, Sea Data Lab, on specific threats poised by cyber attacks for the shipping industry
With a high USD rate, export will be growing, and vice versa. Container traffic via ports will depend on the service cost and convenience.
The growing number of players providing all sorts of services in this market allows of offering more than one variant of delivery to our customers instead of just one logistics solution as was the case several years ago.