Lars Jensen

SeaIntelligence Consulting

Lars Jensen is CEO and Partner of SeaIntelligence Consulting, which is focused on providing expert assistance in strategic decision making, analysis, process improvement and revenue management in the container shipping sector. He has 16 years of experience from inside the container shipping industry, including eight years as Director of driving and developing market intelligence & analysis for Maersk Line, Maersk Logistics and The Containership Company.

Additionally, he has spent two years as the CEO of the purely online container carrier Youship, founded the publishing house Vespucci Maritime Publishing and is the author of the books “Liner Shipping 2025” and “Culture Shock in Maersk Line”. He co-founded LinerGrid in 2016, providing advanced tools to optimise network design for container carriers, and joined the board of the New York Shipping Exchange.

Furthermore, Lars is the CEO and founder of CyberKeel, focusing on cybersecurity in the maritime industry, and co-founder of LinerGame, providing innovative training and teambuilding in the liner shipping industry.


Big Data & Analytics: Utilising Data to Make Meaningful and Value-Added Decisions
Big Data projects are revolutionising information processing in the port by providing terminal operators with the information they need to make results-oriented decisions. Panellists will discuss how Big Data projects will give you full control of your operations and allow you to extract key insights from an otherwise unmanageable and underutilised quantity of data.

– Improve efficiency in the terminal with real-time data analytics.
– How Big data can provide the backbone to automation projects.
– Predictive analytics: How can you anticipate disruption to your operations and use data to perform accurate predictive maintenance?
– Business intelligence: Utilising data to inform and adapt your terminal strategy.
– The importance of optimising data visualisation to ensure you are uncovering the most valuable insights hidden within your data.
Change Management: Preparing Your Terminal for Automation
The initial move to automation has caused disruption in many sectors, so how can terminal operators prepare their terminal and staff for the cultural change, mitigate disruption, and ensure a smooth transition.

– What skills and training are required and for whom?
– How best to reposition your workforce to fit a semi-automated terminal.
– How to manage a remote workforce without taking a hit to productivity.