Discussion in 'Φ POLITICS' started by Rose, Nov 25, 2019.
NEW JUAN O SAVIN: LIN WOOD~EVERGREEN SHIP~HOLLYWOOD~EPSTEIN~ADRENOCHROME
Although MSM has made it seem as if the Ever Given was refloated and all is back to normal...
The ship is in now anchored in Bitter Lake undergoing examination with pending investigations.
Will the containers need to inspected for damage liability by Lloyds of London or other insurers?
Considering the Evergreen Situation...
Scott Borgerson’s “tech company,” CargoMetrics Technologies, applies big data to the shipping lines. And, to be fair, this is both very cool and desperately needed, given the horse-and-buggy approach to tech in the industry. CargoMetrics is billed as a “maritime innovation company,” and it is. As I understand it, the company’s proprietary software aims to monitor not just where the ships all are—via their AIS, or automatic identification system—but where they’ve been, and, ultimately, what they’re carrying. This would make it possible to have a granular overview of the entire world’s ocean transport system. “If someone could actually crack that,” Slade says, “damn, that’s like becoming god.”
"Per CargoMetrics, seaborne cargo transports some $9 trillion of goods per year—90 percent of all the things that go from Point A to Point B. Of all of that, Customs inspects a vanishingly small percentage. Most stuff gets where it’s going, no matter what it might contain. The software Borgerson’s developing could help crack down on smugglers and criminals—or it might do the opposite. If I’m a big fish in a global crime syndicate, I’d love to have a clearer understanding of global shipping. That would make it easier for me to move my banknotes, my arms, my drugs, my gems, my sex slaves, to avoid detection by authorities. To be clear: there’s no indication Borgerson has this in mind—other than the fact that he courted “oligarchs” as investors."