A window of opportunities

Isabelle Ryckbost

I believe that when it comes to increasing efficiency both in terms of energy and operations, do more with less, is one important path to follow. And this certainly counts for the operational side of the maritime transport sector.

After all these years, the internal market for maritime transport is not in existence yet. Ships sailing from one port to another, goods being transported by sea from one member state to another are subject to many “reporting formalities”. Is there scope for improvement or are these formalities just inherent to maritime transport and should we stop comparing maritime with other modes of transport in that respect? I think that these two questions require a positive answer.

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