Traxens, a company that provides supply chain data services, has joined the European DataPorts project, an initiative aimed at creating a data platform for cognitive ports of the future.
The European Federation of Inland Ports (EFIP) has described the priorities set out by the EU Green Deal set out by the European Union as "insufficient on their own" and said further measures will be needed if Europe is to reach its goal of carbon neutrality.
The Port of Rotterdam has welcomed the European Commission's 'Green Deal' that was announced in December 2019 and stated that the plans bring with the rest of Europe in line with The Netherlands' environmental ambitions.
The Port of Rotterdam and Antwerp have organised an event with European policy makers to alert the new European Commission and the European Parliament to the economic importance of ports for European trade, transport and industry.
The European Commission has approved Romania's investment plan worth up to US$30.2 million to the country's largest river ports.