Category Archives: Maritime

OPUS Bulk

Dry Bulk Market Sees Greater Influence of Large Shippers

In the current global dry bulk market, while large shippers exercise increasing influence, traditional shipping companies see their role shrinking. Large shippers have different strategies for owning and chartering ships, and more of them charter than own ships, thus exercising a strong influence on the shipping market.   Examples of large shippers chartering ships The… Read More »

How to Take Full Advantage of CBF for Stowage Planning

In our last article, we took a look at the merits of the client/server stowage planning system and checked how process improvement realizes cost reduction. In this article, let’s take a close look at specific cases in which solutions are created and operated for shipping companies. We will focus our attention on how stowage planning… Read More »

The Need for Demand-Based Adoption of e-Navigation

The Need for Demand-Based Adoption of e-Navigation     One of the emerging agendas regarding maritime safety is e-Navigation (hereafter “e-Nav”).   Since its introduction was first proposed as a shared agenda by countries including the UK, the US, Japan, and Norway at the 81st conference of IMO MSC (International Maritime Organization, Maritime Safety Committee)… Read More »

Three keywords from interview with Jae-Bong Ryu, Team Manager of Container Sales & Marketing Team: Customer-optimization, New market Africa, Restructuring market

Three keywords from interview with Jae-Bong Ryu, Team Manager of Container Sales & Marketing Team: Customer-optimization, New market Africa, Restructuring market  1.What are the main operations for Container Business Unit? Container Business Unit (CBU) works in the production, sales, creation, and operation for container shipping companies of OPUS Container, an IT solution that covers the… Read More »