The Government of Ontario has accepted Damen’s proposal to build two ferries with full electric propulsion, to operate in the Canadian waters of the Great Lakes. The vessels will be the first fully electric, non-cable vessels in Canada, estimated to reduce emissions by the equivalent of 7 million kg carbon dioxide per year.
Bremenports will take part in a project sponsored by the European Union to address how can inland shipping benefit from digitisation. The project is called #IWTS 2.0 and aims to promote innovative solutions for handling barge cargoes. The project also aims to strengthen the role of inland shipping in vocational training institutions.
A strategic document called General Vision 2040 is being developed to define the joint direction for the economic, regional and logistical development of the Danube – Black Sea region. The document wants to provide clear guidance for the future development of the region by presenting key objectives and operational goals.
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- Cyber Security
LR, BLOC to create maritime blockchain lab23/03/2018
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- Loss Prevention
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Port of Rotterdam builds Container Exchange Route23/03/2018