White Papers & What's new
- Are you using KPIs in your procurement process?
Maritime purchasing KPIs can ease the pain of solving issues such as port delays and improve your company’s ship supply operations.
- ShipServ at Nor Shipping 2013
Come and meet our team at Nor-Shipping in June at stand B02-25 and hear about our exciting new developments such as the Supplier Insight Report, which allows suppliers to measure their marketing spend in real-time and Connect3 – our free e-commerce service for maritime buyers.
- Visit ShipServ at Sea Asia 2013
This week you can meet our Philippines and Hong Kong teams at the Marina Bay Sands, during Sea Asia. We will be located at stand U08.
- What will shipping be like in 2030?
What will 2030 look like for the shipping industry as such forces as population change, shifts in economic activity, the demand and allocation of resources and the impact of the environment gather momentum and transform the world around us?
- Industrialising the internet – CMA 2013
This year’s Connecticut Maritime Association event in Stamford includes a session on ‘Industrialising the Internet’ – a look at how companies are using the internet to power efficiencies from the broker’s office to the ship at sea.
- 4 February 2013 ShipServ signs CMA Ships
ShipServ has built further on its trusted position among container owners and operators with the signing of CMA Ships, the wholly owned fleet and crew management subsidiary of the CMA CGM group.
- 16 January 2013 E-Invoicing partnership fuels growth
As part of the continued drive to roll out its e-Invoicing solution, ShipServ has teamed up with Eye-share to allow shipowners and shipmanagers, who use ShipServ TradeNet, the ability to receive, process and approve invoices and ultimately to save both time and money.
- 5 November 2012 E-commerce and social media activity continues to grow but measurement becomes key issue
Annual survey shows that the vast majority of shipping industry respondents believe that internet and social media use brings positive benefits, but alarmingly over 40% of companies are not measuring the success of their internet activity.