September 14 Motorways of the Sea: Today and Tomorrow
The WiderMos project partners, with the support of the European Commission, are pleased to present the conference “MOTORWAYS OF THE SEA – TODAY AND TOMORROW: STATE OF THE ART AND PROSPECTIVE OPTIONS FOR 2020 AND... Read more ›
August 14 Libya: open ports amid fighting
With ground fighting, aerial bombardments and migrants fleeing the country, Libya seems to be in an ever-worsening crisis. But, in recent days, despite it all, ships have continued to arrive at the ports of... Read more ›
August 14 Rotterdam takes measures to prevent delays
The Port of Rotterdam is taking measures to eliminate congestion at the ECT Delta and Euromax terminals, where inland waterway and feeder vessels have been experiencing delays. With recent improvements at the terminals not... Read more ›
August 14 EU supports key infrastructure projects
More than €320m is being put aside for improving transport infrastructure across Europe as part of the last calls of the trans-European transport network (TEN-T) programme. The European Commission has selected 52 projects from... Read more ›
August 14 The Port of Hamburg remains on growth
This week a German trade paper for transport and logistics presented the findings of its online market survey of customers of the Port of Hamburg under the headline “Hamburg loses cargo.” “Taking into account... Read more ›
August 14 WiderMoS celebrate its first year!
WiderMoS will improve the interface between maritime transport and other modes (mainly rail), developing new port/ship/train interfaces and efficient port-hinterland connections, connecting ports and integrate origins and destinations and bridging gaps in and between... Read more ›
August 14 Global box trade improving?
Global container trade appears to have increased again in June, according to the latest RWI/ISL data. The latest Container Throughput Index of the Rheinisch-Westfälisches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung (RWI) in Essen and the Institute of... Read more ›