The Port of Rotterdam Authority is exploring opportunities with Nederlandse Gasunie (Gasunie) and Energie Beheer Nederland (EBN) to achieve a basic infrastructure to capture and transport carbon dioxide (CO2) in the Port of Rotterdam area.
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Ship hull cleaning firm Fleet Cleaner has successfully cleaned the hull of Spliethoff’s Fagelgracht while the ship was berthed in the Port of Rotterdam, the company said.
“Visionaries will sketch the future,” Garmt Nieuwsma of the World Port Hackathon organisation recently stated. And now we have a date for that event – September 1, 2017.
Southern European ports handled more container volume from 2007-16 than any other region.
Following the start of an investigation into price fixing at Netherlands and Belgium ports, Port of Rotterdam said regulatory action of this kind is "a task for the ACM."
International operator APM Terminals has been hit by a cross-border cyber attack which has sent IT systems down across multiple terminals and business units.
Netherlands-based virtual reality (VR) training startup Parable has developed a VR firefighting training programme to improve safety in the maritime industry.
WSP’s Johan-Paul Verschuure & Andrew Penfold ask if consortiums are the new development model
Maurice Jansen explains how ports can bring innovation to their door
The Port of Rotterdam is banking on the renewables market by creating a new space for an offshore centre for wind energy at sea and the decommissioning of oil and gas platforms.
The Port of Rotterdam Authority has launched its ‘Navigate’ route planner at the Transport Logistic Fair in Munich to help companies plan their container transports more effectively.
An innovative hull cleaning robot that can clean ships while they are in port has been launched in the Port of Rotterdam.
The Port of Rotterdam and the Indonesian state-owned port corporation Pelindo 1 have signed a joint venture agreement.
Greener hull cleaning is coming to the waters of the Port of Rotterdam courtesy of GAC EnvironHull.
Trade unions FNV and CNV Vakmensen, together with Rotterdam container companies and the Port of Rotterdam Authority, have concluded consultations on employment in the container industry.
APM Terminals, ECT and RWG have made an agreement with the Dutch Tax and Customers Administration to end the requirement of physical customs documents in order to transfer containers from one Maasvlakte terminal to the other.
The Port of Rotterdam is making steps towards a more sustainable future, with far more of its processes expected to be running on electricity or hydrogen by 2050, according to Eric van der Schans and Nico van Dooren, director of environmental management, and energy and process industry respectively.
Dean Davison examines how existing ports can plan to keep pace with the swelling demand
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