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December 22, 2020
The Coronavirus emerged in China in December A full lockdown in China followed in January 2020, with an immediate effect on trade volumes as production activities were halted and ports were forced to downsize their activities
Professor Theo Notteboom, Shanghai Maritime University, China; Ghent University, Belgium; Antwerp Maritime Academy, Belgium; and University of Antwerp, Belgium
Edition: Smart Port Technology Prevails
June 15, 2020
Although maritime transport has not traditionally been a pioneering sector in the adoption of new technologies, on this occasion it is not alien to this global reality
Alexandre Sánchez, Project Manager, Fundación Valenciaport
Edition: Strengthening the Supply Chain
April 2, 2020
The government aims to create up to ten Freeports across the UK and is now consulting on the form which these should take.
Aaron Nelson, Senior Associate at BDB Pitmans
Edition: Automation’s Next Step
September 17, 2019
Over the last decade, the European Commission has stressed the urgent need to decarbonise the transport sector and improve environmental performance in the fight against climate change
Edition: Smart Digital Ports
September 17, 2019
AHTs’ will create new age of fast, inexpensive and convenient transportation, with impacts reverberating far beyond the confines of the trucking industry. Efficiency. Technological prowess. Safety concerns. Public policy catch-up efforts, new jobs created, old jobs destroyed.
DG World
Edition: Smart Digital Ports
July 1, 2019
In this exclusive paper, Research-Professor and maritime expert Asaf Ashar turns his attention to the challenge of accommodating bigger ships faced by ports
Dr Asaf Ashar, Research-Professor (emeritus) and Independent Consultant, Washington DC, USA
Edition: Edition Online
June 27, 2019
TBA's chief Dr. Yvo Saanen provides an update on his previous paper, focusing on the development of smart terminals
Dr. Yvo Saanen, Commercial Director and Founder, TBA, The Netherlands
Edition: Smart Ports
June 27, 2019
Leading consultancy Royal HaskoningDHV explore the importance of smart planning for emerging port projects
Richard Willis, Port Operations Technical Director, Royal HaskoningDHV, Liverpool, UK; Eslie Vrolijk, Port Planner, Royal HaskoningDHV, London, UK
Edition: Smart Ports
June 27, 2019
Europe's largest port are leading the charge towards "digital maturity" and, in this new paper, reveal the steps smart ports must take
Jan Gardeitchik, Business Development Manager Digital, Port of Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Edition: Smart Ports
June 27, 2019
Matt Miller of OSIsoft considers the evolution of port operations and what the industry must do to optimize
Matthew R. Miller, Transportation Industry Principal, OSIsoft, LLC, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
Edition: Smart Ports
June 27, 2019
In his paper, Kuenz's Managing Director focuses on the company's quest to build a next-generation barge crane
David Moosbrugger, Managing Director, Kuenz, Hard, Austria
Edition: Smart Ports
April 29, 2019
Our coasts and estuaries are amongst the most productive habitats for biodiversity in the world, and their value is recognised through legal designations, including under the EU Habitats and Birds Directives. They are also international shipping routes and perform a wider range of ecosystem functions including flood mitigation.
Tessa Harding – Director of Water at Thomson Environmental Consultants
Edition: Delivering Performance

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