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Martin Dommerby Kristiansen

GateHouse Maritime

CEO

Martin Dommerby Kristiansen is the CEO of GateHouse Maritime, an industry-leading supplier of data services providing true Ocean Visibility to a range of industries in the logistics tech segment.

With work experience from companies such as Maersk, Navision, and Microsoft, combined with an MBA from Edinburgh Business School, Martin has a strong understanding of how businesses can benefit from data-driven technologies to make better decisions and provide better services to supply chain businesses. His track record of success includes leading two companies to grow from less than ten people to over 250 combined.

Gatehouse Maritime Data Foundation boasts more than 273+ Billion data points along with 30+ analytical and predictive analytics models that our clients use. One of these being Gatehouse Ocean Supply Chain Visibility & Predictability Services, tracking containers and container vessels and provides analytics about port congestion and carrier performance. 

Sessions With Martin Dommerby Kristiansen

Tuesday, 28 February

  • 04:45pm - 05:30pm (PST) / 01/mar/2023 12:45 am - 01/mar/2023 01:30 am

    Data Quality: Who Holds the Key to Greater Visibility?

    In some ways, it seems ocean freight visibility — never mind multimodal, end-to-end visibility — is stuck in a version of Groundhog Day. Hundreds of millions of dollars have been funneled into visibility solutionsover the past few years, building upon the foundations of incumbent providers the past two decades. But a common refrain from buyers is a sense of dissatisfaction, that they would have expected the available solutions to have progressed further by 2023. At the heart of the search for better visibility is the underlying data. No single entity has control of all the data needed by cargo owners to monitor and impact global shipments. Aggregation, integrations and partnerships are needed to stitch together the different data elements. Systems are needed to clean the data and put the data in context. There's also the issue of whether data provided by carriers — essentially the student grading itself — is enough, or whether IoT devices are needed to truly take the next step. In this session, two providers of hardware-based solutions, a key provider of ocean visibility data, and a 3PL will discuss what it will take to go from "OK" to "great" when it comes to the data that powers much-needed visibility.