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E-zine #16

We are more than happy to present the #16 Harbours Review E-zine!

This time we prepared a special topic for our Readers: Cyber security and risk management

First of all, we share with the market news in the "Red-hot port matters" section:

  • Kloosterboer deploys new machinery in Vlissingen
  • Investments in the Port of Cardiff
  • Lithuania’s first LNG shipment from the US
  • World’s first LNG-retrofitted container ship
  • North France and East Canada team up
  • Brittany Ferries charters one of Stena Line’s newbuilds
  • Tulipa Seways joins DFDS’ fleet
  • OT Logistics takes over Rijeka’s reins
  • APM Terminals Zeebrugge to change hands
  • Konecranes’ service agreement with MPET
  • FESCO rail-links China and Europe

Let's not forget about the MarketSMS section:

  • Port of Ystad: 124,712 ro-ro cargo units handled in H1 2017 (+7.9% yoy)
  • CTSP: 319,000 TEU handled in H1 2017 (+10.7% yoy)
  • Latvian seaports: 43.06 mln tn handled in I-VIII 2017 (+4.8% yoy)
  • Port of Zeebrugge: 18.3 mln tn handled in H1 2017 (-5.7% yoy)
  • Trans-Siberian Railway: 453.3 thou. TEU carried in H1 2017 (+38.8% yoy)
  • Port of Turku: 62,154 trucks & trailers handled in I-VII 2017 (+2.2% yoy)
  • Port of Algavre: 55,232 tn handled in H1 2017 (-63.8% yoy)
  • Port of Sines: 25.81 mln tn handled in H1 2017 (+7.3% yoy)
  • Ukrainian seaports: 76.2 mln tn handled in I-VII 2017 (+3.3% yoy)
  • Port of Kavkaz: 19.97 mln tn handled in I-VII 2017 (+32% yoy)
  • Hapag-Lloyd: 4.22 mln TEU carried in H1 2017 (+14% yoy)
  • Port of Zeebrugge: 18.3 mln tn handled in H1 2017 (-5.7% yoy)

The e-zine contains also the following articles:

  • The threat hidden in the depths. Maritime cyber security, by Lars Jensen
  • The threat is real. Preparing for and dealing with cyberattacks, by Bartosz Dąbrowski
  • IT thievery spawns. Increased risk of cyber theft in the supply chain, by Peregrine Storrs-Fox
  • A matter of great urgency. Building up port cybersecurity capacity, by Tuomas Kiiski

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E-zine #15

We are more than happy to present the #15 Harbours Review E-zine!

This issue's main theme is the past, present, and future of the container, and the summary of TOC Europe 2017

Firstly, we present what's new in the market:

  • Konecranes sells equipment to USA
  • Felixstowe to increase its crane capacity
  • CMA CGM links the Black Sea with the Atlantic via Med Express line
  • NTB upgraded to Navis N4
  • Liebherr opens to Australia
  • STX France to be nationalized
  • Sandbank wind farm goes online

Let's not forget about the MarketSMS section:

  • Norwegian Ports: 43.3 mln tn handled in Q1 2017 (-5.1% yoy)
  • Spain’s Top 10 Ports: 175.73 mln tn handled in I-V 2017 (+4.2% yoy)
  • UK Top 10 Ports: 82.17 mln tn handled in Q1 2017 (-0.3% yoy)
  • Ports of Galați, Brăila, and Tulcea: 3.44 mln tn handled in H1 2017 (-18.3% yoy)
  • Port of Dunkirk: 46.7 mln tn handled in 2016 (+0.3% yoy)
  • Port of Tanger Med: 1,555,560 TEU handled in H1 2017 (+11% yoy)
  • Port of Taranto: 5.63 mln tn handled in Q1 2017 (-3.4% yoy)
  • Port of Antwerp: 111.38 mln tn handled in H1 2017 (+2.8% yoy)
  • Port of Ystad: 124,712 ro-ro cargo units handled in H1 2017 (+7.9% yoy)
  • Port of Gdańsk: 18.6 mln tn handled in H1 2017 (+3.6% yoy)

As many as 11 experts shared their views on TOC and container market:

  • Suzanne Tiago, Portfolio Marketing Manager, TOC Events Worldwide
  • Martin Mannion, Ports & Marine Director – Europe, Middle East Africa & India, AECOM
  • Lisa Barbieri, VP Marketing, CM Labs
  • Matthew Wittemeier, Sales & Marketing Geschäftsbereich Logistik, INFORM
  • Lev Aispur, Head of Sales Department (Terminal Operating Systems), SOLVO
  • Norbert Klettner, Managing Director, RBS EMEA
  • Michael Geiger, Sales Director, Künz
  • Jörg Spiegelhalter, Strategic Industry Manager, Ports & Cranes, SICK
  • Ottonel Popesco, President, PEMA
  • Egita Aizsilniece-Ibema, Head of the Representation in the Netherlands, Investment and Development Agency of Latvia (LIAA)
  • Wouter van den Bos, Founder and CEO, SDC Verifier

The e-zine contains also two articles…

  • The future of the port & terminal technology business, by Rachael White
  • Technology bulks up the bulk!, by Suzanne Tiago

… and three interviews, with:

  • Guenter Schmidmeir, VP & General Manager EMEA, and Bruce Jacquemard, Chief Revenue Officer, Navis, supplemented by the voice of Guy Rey-Herme, CEO, XVELA
  • Chris Mason, Director of Sales, EMEA Region, Rajant Corporation
  • Peter Lundgren, Sales Director, JLT Mobile Computers

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E-zine #14

We are more than happy to present the #14 Harbours Review E-zine!

This issue is especially dedicated to Ballast Water Management topics, namely:
 

  • A decade at the forefront. Alfa Laval PureBallast, by Kristina Effler
     
  • The ballast of new regulations. Harbours Review Spotlight: Ballast Water Management Seminar, March 8th, PL/Sopot, by Maciej Kniter
     
  • Marine bioinvasion. Ballast water management, by Przemysław Myszka
     

Two experts shared their opinion on the topic of Ballast Water Management:

  • Monika Normant-Saremba, Institute of Oceanography, University of Gdańsk
     
  • Fotios Katsoulas, Fleet and Newbuilding Analyst/Data Manager, Affinity
     

HR 2/2017 is also packed with the red-hot port matters…

  • Damen Shipyards Galati delivers a W2W SOV
     
  • Sagunto added to Spliethoff’s network
     
  • 2017 CEF Transport Blending Call – launched
     
  • Swedish green project in Welsh Holyhead
     
  • Valletta Declaration approved
     
  • Liebherr exports to India
     
  • Baltic Sea region LNG cluster & LNG Competence Centre established
     

… as well as Market SMSes:
 

  • THE PORT OF HAMBURG: 35.4 mln tn handled in Q1 2017 (+1.7% yoy)
     
  • THE PORT OF GENOA: 13.43 mln tn handled in Q1 2017 (+8.1% yoy)
     
  • CMA CGM: 15.6 mln TEU carried in 2016 (+20% yoy)
     
  • RUSSIAN SEAPORTS: 183.3 mln tn handled in Q1 2017 (+9.5% yoy)
     
  • THE PORT OF CONSTANTZA: 59.42 mln tn handled in 2016 (+5.5% yoy)
     
  • THE PORT OF BARCELONA: 47.51 mln tn handled in 2016 (+3.4% yoy)
     
  • THE PORT OF LISBON: 10.26 mln tn handled in 2016 (-11.4% yoy)
     
  • THE PORT OF BORDEAUX: 7.84 mln tn handled in 2016 (-6.5% yoy)

 

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Harbours Review, printed edition, 1/2017

We are more than happy to present the 1/2017 printed edition of Harbours Review!

This year's first printed edition is divided into three sections: Legal & risk, such as maritime cyber security, the 0.5% sulphur cap, handling dangerous goods, free trade vs. protectionism; logistics, namely robotics and the IoT, the new silk road, blue economy, sustainable shipping, offshore wind energy, top 25 container carriers; and technology - unmanned shipping, truck platooning, big data, intelligent cargo, and next-gen simulation models.

The hard copy, besides Red-hot port matters, and Market SMS is also packed with the following articles:

  • Using data to identify opportunities. Interview with Andy Barrons, Navis' Chief Marketing Officer & SVP, and Robert Inchausti, XVELA's CTO, by Maciej Kniter,
     
  • Intelligent cargo. Going beyond today’s port & cargo community systems, by Marie Pavesio,
     
  • Cooperative intelligence. The connected future of logistics and freight transports, by Lina Konstantinopoulou and Carla Coppola,
     
  • The emergence of truck platooning. How automation will enable a new generation of freight transport in the very near future, by Davide Brizzolara,
     
  • Demystifying big data. Transport’s next disruptor or a passing fad?, by Maxime Flament, Andrea Toth,
     
  • The ballast of new regulations. Harbours Review Spotlight: Ballast Water Management Seminar, March 8th, PL/Sopot, by Maciej Kniter,
     
  • How can simulations help ports and terminals? Advanced simulation models to support terminal planning and operations, Remmelt Thijs and Dr. Yvo Saanen,
     
  • Shipping’s biggest revolution is coming. Rolls-Royce’s unmanned ship concept, by Patrik Wheater,
     
  • Swinging into action. Port performance levelled-up by next-gen data fusion and analysis, by Rodrigo Fernandes, Frank Braunschweig, David Brito,
     
  • Changing tides? How the free trade vs. protectionism clash impacts maritime transport services, by Dr. Kai-Dieter Classen,
     
  • The threat hidden in the depths. Maritime cyber security, by Lars Jensen,
     
  • Explosion & fire risk. The handling of dangerous goods in global trade, by Peregrine Storrs-Fox,
     
  • Getting ready for the switch. The global 0.5% sulphur cap, by Bartosz Dąbrowski,
     
  • Connecting the unconnected. The Internet of Things in warehousing and logistics, by Bartosz Dąbrowski,
     
  • The future now. Robotics in logistics, by Katarzyna Chmielewska,
     
  • Re-framed. New container-based frame for finished vehicle logistics, by Rutger Noorlander, 
     
  • Railways of the New Silk Road. Bridging Europe with Asia, by Prof. Yuan Li,
     
  • All roads lead to Beijing. Setting the world’s agenda with the New Silk Road, by Przemysław Myszka,
     
  • The Mediterranean blue economy. A perspective from Southern Europe, by Paul Tourret,
     
  • Home for blue growth. The Port of Oostende’s focus on the offshore business, by Wim Stubbe,
     
  • Chop and change. Top 25 container carriers, Dirk Visser,
     
  • In the wake of a new era of shipping. Interview with Ian Petty, Sustainable Shipping Initiative’s General Manager, by Przemysław Myszka and Maciej Kniter.

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Ro-ro & Ferry Atlas Europe 2016/17

 

Our latest 102-page publication, apart from the introductory article, written by Marek Błuś and titled Lost decade (partly) re-captured, is packed with the following:

  • Maps of regular ro-pax services in Northern Europe, across the Mediterranean Sea, as well as in the Black Sea.
  • Lists of all shipping operators and their regular ro-pax & ro-ro services.
  • Breakdown of ports & terminals serving the European ro-pax & ro-ro market.

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E-zine #13

We are more than happy to present the #13 Harbours Review E-zine!

This blue industry-dedicated issue presents the opinions of major European ports & people involved in this topic, clarifies the “blue economy” term, contains also two case studies (Barcelona and Tallinn), as well as gives us a history-and-future-rich blue perspective from the Mediterranean Sea region

The E-zine is packed with the following articles:

  • The Mediterranean blue economy. A perspective from Southern Europe, by Paul Tourret
  • Defining the blue terms. Principles for a Sustainable Blue Economy, by Isabelle Albuquerque
  • One stop LNG shop. Small-scale LNG solution for bunkering, distribution & floating terminals, by Stig Anders Hagen
  • Challenges and opportunities. Delivering a sustainable shipping industry, by Alastair Fischbacher
  • Set rotors! Wind-assisted ship propulsion captures energy and attention, by Tuomas Riski
  • The Port of Barcelona’s Air Quality Improvement Plan, by Jordi Vila
  • Tallinn’s digitalization and environmental protection, by Valdo Kalm and Ellen Kaasik

The main topic is coloured with the Voices of:

  • Dorothy Winters, the Port of Amsterdam’s Business Developer Offshore
  • Karmenu Vella, European Commissioner for Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries
  • Christine Cabau Woerhel, the Port of Marseille Fos’ CEO
  • Gunter Pauli, Economist and Author of The Blue Economy
  • Monika Woźniak-Lewandowska, Szczecin and Świnoujście Seaports Authority’s Communication and PR Specialist
  • Isabelle Ryckbost, ESPO’s Secretary General
  • Jens Kirketerp Jensen, the Port of Hirtshals’ Managing Director

HR 1/2017 is also packed with the red-hot port matters…

  • The Port of Immingham to be flood-resistant
  • Bergen to invest in digitization
  • Liebherr grows in Italy
  • Viking Grace to be fitted with a rotor sail
  • Amsterdam invests in wind farms
  • Gdańsk sea-connected to North America
  • The Port of Sines’ new crane
  • Color Line-Ulstein hybrid ferry LOI
  • New-old France-Iran-Iraq container service
  • FFPD co-funded by bremenports
  • GPH takes stakes in three Italian ports
  • UECC’s new PCTCs deployed
  • Gothenburg to have a new cruise terminal
  • Karlshamn to handle Nord Stream’s 2 pipes
  • New Baltic-Adriatic rail service
  • Megastar set sails
  • The Ports of Normandy Authority joins ECG

… as well as Market SMSes:

  • The Port of Tallinn: 10,173.3 thou. passengers served in 2016 (+3.9% yoy)
  • Contship Italia Group: 6.39 mln TEU handled in 2016 (+1.7% yoy)
  • The Port of Klaipėda: 40.14 mln tn handled in 2016 (+4.2% yoy)
  • The Port of Gothenburg: 538.0 thou. ro-ro cargo units handled in 2016 (+2.1% yoy)
  • EUROGATE Group: 14.61 mln TEU handled in 2016 (+0.4% yoy)
  • Valenciaport: 4,722,273 TEU handled in 2016 (+2.3% yoy)
  • Container rail traffic in Russia: 3.26 mln TEU carried in 2016 (+10.2% yoy)
  • The Port of Dublin: 26.0 mln tn handled in I-IX 2016 (+6.8% yoy)

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Container Atlas Europe 2015/16

Container Atlas Europe 2015/16 - a handy, one-place, 112-page publication on the European feeder & shortsea box market!

The Atlas contains maps and charts of all regular feeder and shortsea services in Europe - covering the north of the continent, the Mediterranean region and the Black Sea - and specified by each and every shipping operator, the service’s name as well as ports and terminals of call (as of 2016's beginning).

We sincerely hope that this market overview will be a convenient tool for your business talks and discussions throughout the upcoming months.

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E-zine #12

We are more than happy to present the #12 Harbours Review E-zine!

Inside you'll find a featured summary of the Harbours 360 Conference which took place on November 8-9th in Duisburg.

“The sea-rail-road logistics, and how to efficiently link our continent with Central Asia and the Chinese Far East were topical during this autumn’s event, gathering speakers, panellists, and an audience from across numerous regions of the so-called Eurasian Land Bridge,” Przemysław Myszka writes on page 4.

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E-zine #11

We are more than happy to present the #11 Harbours Review E-zine!

The core of the most recent HR E-Zine is the summary of the Onshore Power Supply Seminar in Hamburg, the first edition of the Harbours Review Spotlight, written by Przemysław Opłocki, and Marcin Włodarski, supported by the comment of Thomas Kopel, Siemens' Business Development Manager for Onshore Power Supply, and Alan Arent, Actia Forum's Director Marketing and Events.

The E-Zine is complemented by the following red-hot port matters:

  • First test call at DCT's T2 + official opening
  • Integration of container shipping businesses in progress 
  • Rotterdam's Indonesian deals
  • WE Tech and The Switch to equip Australian ro-ros
  • APM Terminals expand Chinese partnership 
  • Piraeus' new cruise facility
  • Hapag-Lloyd-UASC's alliance
  • Liverpool2 officially opened
  • UK’s north ports in partnership
  • HMM joining to 2M uncertain
  • EUR 150 mln for greening the maritime sector
  • New crane at the Port of Leixões
  • SCA Logistics’ terminal in Kiel officially opened
  • Norwegian short sea newcomer
  • Rolls-Royce and VTT Technical Research Centre to develop smart ships
  • HMM to buy a terminal in Algeciras

In addition, go to pgs. 7-8 to check the agenda of the Ballast Water Management Spotlight, to be conducted in PL/Sopot, on March 8th, 2017

 

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E-zine #10

We are more than happy to present the #10 Harbours Review E-zine!

Focused on the current state of container market, the E-zine is as usual packed with detailed expert articles. 

This issue presents a summary and thoughts on TOC Europe 2016 conference, supported with various experts' and pracitcioners' opinions, as well as some statistics collected by our team. 

How can simulations help ports and terminals? is a question answered in the article by Remmelt Thijs and Yvo Saanen from TBA - a company solving efficiency and productivity problem at ports and terminals. 

HR #10 provides you a chance to read more about Port performance & productivity in the series of three Lifting the game articles by Charles Moret and Andy Lane, Partners at CTI Consultancy.  

On top of that, we asked Łukasz Greinke, the Port of Gdańsk’s President of the Board about the situation in Gdańskport's plans for the future, and the general vision of the harbour many years ahead

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E-zine #9

We are more than happy to present the #9 Harbours Review E-zine!

Focused on the ports role in developing the offshore wind energy business, the E-zine is as usual packed with detailed expert articles. 

This issue features the front-page story Home for blue growth – The Port of Oostende’s focus on the offshore business, by Wim Stubbe,
the Port of Oostende’s Business Development Manager.

The main topic is also challenged in the following pieces:

  • Wind business propels the Polish shipyard industry (and vice versa) – How to export a country’s offshore wind energy potential, by Anna Rajzer, Project Manager – Logistics Sector at Invest in Pomerania
  • Eye of the wind – Wind energy scenarios for 2030, by Przemysław Myszka
  • Just a stone’s throw away – The Mukran Port offshore case study, by Maciej Kniter

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E-zine #8

E-zine #8 - European LNG outlook

We are more than happy to present the #8 Harbours Review E-zine!

This issue is double-in-size, combining in one place the first two editions of the HR-branded European LNG outlook, the hardcopy publications we prepared for 2015 LNG events in Valencia and Trelleborg.

The E-zine #8 comprises numerous articles, interviews and opinions, crosscutting through the Liquefied Natural Gas market from different perspectives, including the following:

  • Monika Rozmarynowska, Consultant at Actia Forum, reports on the LNG in Baltic seaports and the latest on the LNG market
     
  • Marcin Włodarski, HEKLA's Project Manager Assistant, puts a spotlight on the brand-new initiative Helsingborg and Klaipėda LNG Infrastructure Facility Deployment
     
  • Shresth Sharma, Senior Research Analyst (LNG and LPG Shipping), asks the question: Will Europe drive the future LNG trade?
     
  • DNV GL’s Michał Bagniewski tells how the maritime eco-transition is proceeding step-by-step
     
  • Geoffroy Beutter, GTT, explains how being LNG-ready can help with complying with stricter sulphur emissions
     
  • Sergiu Maznic, Senior Consultant at SUND Energy AS, opens the black gas box by solving the LNG bunker pricing riddle
     
  • Wärtsilä's Mathias Jansson and Mari Ottesen answer other LNG shipping questions from an engine manufacturer's point of view
     
  • Ralf Fiedler, Group Leader at Fraunhofer Center for Maritime Logistics and Services, wonders about when and where will Germany benefit from LNG
     
  • And last but certainly not least, Kim Stenvall, Senior Product Manager at Eniram, analyses ways of optimizing LNG vessels engine usage

Moreover, in the E-zine #8 we talk with Mantas Bartuška, CEO of Klaipėdos nafta, on the HEKLA project, and with Emil Arolski, Project Manager of LNG in Baltic Sea Ports I & II, about the projects' outcomes

We also hear from Isabelle Ryckbost, ESPO's Secretary General, and Maciej Mazur, Communications Manager at Polskie LNG, as they share their views on how the LNG uptake will change the face of European harbours

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E-zine #7

We are more than happy to present the #7 Harbours Review E-zine!

This issue features the front-page story Going round ports, a summary of the very first edition of the Harbours 360 Conference.

The core idea behind the brand-new event was to highlight ports as well as port-related trends and businesses from many - sometimes very different - angles, hence the "360" part added between the two other.

Therefore, the first edition of the Harbours 360 Conference touched upon both "must-have" themes like shipping alliances and container terminal expansion projects, but also dug deeper in search of not-so-obvious topics which would make the event stand out from the crowd, i.a. next-gen trucks, how to increase rail capacity without laying new tracks, e-ferries, pros & cons of automation, not to mention a very successful in-depth session and panel debate on the new Silk Road.

Inside you will find not only a featured summary of the event itself, presenting the conference's key takeaways, but also links to articles from the Baltic Transport Journal and the Harbours Review as well as our presentation on the Top 20 European box seaports 2009-2014, which deliver more insights about particular issues touched upon during Harbours 360, e.g. a piece on the new Silk Road or the one on how eco your terminal handling equipment.

We wish you a pleasant reading!

The Harbours Review team

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E-zine #6

We are more than happy to present the #6 Harbours Review E-zine!

This issue features the front-page story Blending the new oil shuffle by Charles Daly, Owner and Executive Chairman of Channoil Consulting Limited.

The main topic is then discussed by:

  • Kristine Bitnere, Research Manager at Stratas Advisors
  • Frank Schnabel, Brunsbüttel Ports' Managing Director
  • Ana Martín Martín, Port Authority of Huelva's Communication Director

Remember also not to miss the Interview section where we talk with Jill Söderwall, Vice President Business Area Energy & Cruise at the Gothenburg Port Authority, about LNG, the port's short- and long-term plans, as well as wider energy trends.

Last, but certainly not least, take a look at this issue's port - the Finnish Port of HaminaKotka.

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Harbours Review Printed Edition

We are more than happy to present the printed edition of the Harbours Review, having its premiere on Transport Logistic in Munich, and now available also in a handy PDF version.

This issue rounds up in one place the previous e-zines, however, not by simply putting together the already issued editions, but by compiling the articles with opinions into completely new Featured Debates.

The printed edition highlights the most burning questions for the European seaports and related industries, such as the EU funding for harbours, the Sulphur Directive, shipping alliances or the new TEN-T policy.

The printed edition features also:

  • Red-hot port matters with news and figures on Europe’s ports
  • The In Harbours section with articles about modern era container terminals
  • The Seaport Statistics with info on top EU ports 2014 as well as top Baltic ro-ro & ferry ports 2014
  • All coupled with short, yet informative ports descriptions, incl. Algeciras, Constantza, Genoa, Oostende, Riga, Rotterdam, Szczecin-Świnoujście as well as Thessaloniki.

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E-zine #5

We are more than happy to present the #5 Harbours Review E-zine!

This issue features the front-page story Are box terminals lagging behind? by Erik Lampinen, Business Development Manager at Hogia Logistics Solution, opening the e-zine's discussion about modern era container terminals.

The main topic is then challenged also in the following pieces:

  • More innovations coming, by Wojciech Szymulewicz, Operations Director, BCT - Baltic Container Terminal Gdynia
  • The limits of innovation, by José Andrés Giménez Maldonado and Eduardo Olmeda Noguera, Valenciaport Foundation
  • Container pick-up using e-signatures, by Maxim Maximov, Commercial Director, SOLVO

Remember also not to miss the Red-Hot Port Matters section with news and statistics, as well as the Port of the Issue part, this time portraying the Port of Riga from the Baltic Sea region and the Greek Port of Thessaloniki.

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E-zine #4

We are more than happy to present the fourth Harbours Review E-zine!

The #4 issue features an expert article on TEN-T policy by Wiktor Szydarowski, freelance consultant and initiator and manager of transnational cooperation projects in the Baltic Sea region.

The #4 edition delivers also comments on the issue in question from the side of EU port community:

  • Sandra Gegerfelt, Policy Advisor & EU-Coordinator
    at the Ports of Stockholm
  • Zbigniew Miklewicz, President of the Management Board at the Szczecin and Świnoujście Seaports Authority
  • Alecos Michaelides, Chairman of Cyprus Ports Authority
  • Guy Janssens, Policy Manager at Antwerp Port Authority
  • Peter Feldmann, Lord Mayor of City of Frankfurt am Main
  • Magnus Kårestedt, The Port of Gothenburg’s CEO
  • Johan Röstin, CEO of Copenhagen Malmö Port
  • Horst Sauer, Joint Spatial Planning Department Berlin-Brandenburg
  • Olli Keinänen, Chief Advisor, Helsinki-Uusimaa Region

Remember also not to miss the 'Port of the Issue' section in the E-zine, presenting the Port of Szczecin and Świnoujście Seaports Authority.

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E-zine #3

We are more than happy to present the third Harbours Review E-zine!

Competition between the ports of European seas

The sulphur challenge

"A challenge is rarely off the radar for the ferry, ro-pax and ro-ro sector, hardly surprising when it has had more than its share of disasters, rule changes, negative influences of SARS and foot & mouth, loss of duty free, competition from low-cost airlines and fixed links, and more recently, recession. Thankfully, these issues have either drifted into history or have been coped with as part of the day-to-day competitive landscape. But at a time when margins for most European ferry operators have been severely curtailed, a new, this time environmental gauntlet has been thrown down", dr Bill Moses, Professional Marine Business Executive, Ferry Industry Consultant & Interim 'Turnaround' Manager, writes in this issue's featured article.

Top EU ports 2013

Both when it comes to total as well as container handlings, the Top 3 harbours in the European Union line up as follows: Rotterdam, Antwerp, and Hamburg. Read more about north vs. south EU top ports in this edition of Harbours Review.
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E-zine #2

We are more than happy to present the second Harbours Review E-zine!

The #2 issue features an expert article on Global shipping alliances by Chris Welsh, Secretary-General of the Global Shippers' Forum.

The #2 edition delivers also comments on the issue in question from the side of EU port community:

  • Pilar Parra Serrano, Director of Melilla Port Authority
  • Hrvoje Kulušić, The Port of Dubrovnik's Head of Technical Development and Maintenance
  • Giuliano Gallanti, President of Livorno Port Authority
  • Krzysztof Gromadowski, Director of International Cooperation & Public Relations, Port of Gdynia Authority S.A.
  • and Ingrid Uppelschoten-Snelderwaard, Managing Director East Central Europe, Maersk Line

Remember also not to miss the 'Port of the Issue' section in the E-zine, presenting the Port of Oostende.

If you want to download e-zine #2 please click on the image on the left or here.

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E-zine #1

We are more than happy to present the very first Harbours Review E-zine!

The #1 issue features an expert article on the Effectiveness of EU seaport infrastructure co-financing by Luc T’Joen, Team Leader and Trainer on performance auditing in the European Court of Auditors.

The #1 edition delivers also comments on the issue in question from the side of EU port community:

  • Eamonn O’Reilly, Port of Dublin’s CEO
  • Curt Kristoffersson, CEO at the Port of Umeå
  • Alecos Michaelides, Chairman of the Cyprus Ports Authority
  • Bjarne Mathiesen, Senior Market Director, Ports, Rambøll
  • Villu Vatsfeld, Chairman of the Board, Saarte Liinid
  • Marina Rimpo, Director Market Development, Baltic Sea Region, Port of Hamburg Marketing

Remember also not to miss the ‘Port of the Issue’ section in the E-zine, presenting the Port of Hamburg.

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Ro-ro & Ferry Atlas Europe 2014/15

We are more than happy to present the Ro-ro & Ferry Atlas Europe 2014/15.

This free for taking 102-page publication contains maps and charts of all regular ro-pax and ro-ro services in Europe - covering the north of the continent, the Mediterranean region and the Black Sea - and specified by each and every shipping operator, the service’s name as well as ports and terminals of call (as of 2014's end).

The maps are backed up with market insights and numerous ro-ro and ferry turnover tables, highlighting the business from many different angles.

We sincerely hope that this market overview will be a convenient tool for your business talks and discussions throughout the upcoming months.

If you want to download the Ro-ro & Ferry Atlas Europe 2014/15 click on the image on the left or here.

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