Initiative unveiled at 2021 Silk Road International Maritime Cooperation Forum to maintain unhindered supply chain
BEIJING, September 20, 2021 / PRNewswire / – An initiative jointly launched by practitioners from the global shipping and logistics industry was recently released at the 2021 Silk Road International Maritime Cooperation Forum held in Xiamen from the south-east from China Fujian Province, aiming to jointly build a seamless and unhindered global supply chain.
The photo taken on September 9 shows the panel discussion at the 2021 Silk Road International Maritime Cooperation Forum held in Xiamen, southeast China’s Fujian Province.
As the global supply chain and economic and social development were strained by the COVID-19 pandemic as well as climate change, practitioners on the ground must make unremitting efforts to stabilize the supply chain. global supply, according to a forum participant.
According to the initiative, all parties pledged to continue to uphold the basic principle of openness and inclusion, jointly build a multilateral cooperation mechanism, and maintain the stability and fluidity of the international supply chain. .
All parties are invited to adhere to the concept of development in harmony with nature, to strengthen low-carbon and sustainable development of ports as well as the shipping industry.
Priorities will also be given to jointly responding to challenges and creating a win-win business environment. The parties will strengthen communication and cooperation to continuously extend the scope of services in the maritime industry while ensuring the stable functioning of existing businesses.
In order to further improve the efficiency of the services of the maritime industry, all parties will endeavor to strengthen the application of innovative digital and intelligent methods in the field of port operations.
It is worth mentioning that the 2021 Silk Road International Maritime Cooperation Forum was co-organized by the People’s Government of Fujian Province and the China Institute Navigation, and organized by the People’s Government of Xiamen City, Fujian Provincial Development Reform Commission and ect., aiming to serve the maritime silk route of the 21st century construction.