Dredging Days views Ports of the Future

An artist's impression of a Port of the Future style expansion. Location, design and operations are based on a functioning ecosystem and the principle of working with nature. Photo: Deltares

Most of the world’s ports require dredging works, be they capital dredging to enlarge and deepen access channels, turning basins and depth alongside or maintenance works to maintain these hard won margins for navigational safety, writes Larz Bourne.

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