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Tianjin becomes pioneer in port digitization

The transfer of knowledge quickly became the central topic of a talk show on Germany’s public broadcaster. By acquiring a terminal in Hamburg, China also wanted to gain access to data and know-how – Hamburg’s First Mayor Peter Tschentscher had to respond to this accusation repeatedly in various ways. But at least regarding the knowledge about the organization of ports, China has long since ceased to be the student. No one has as much experience with this as the Chinese operators. Most innovations in port logistics now come from the People’s Republic.

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