Processing greater cargo levels while simultaneously cutting emissions is one of the biggest challenges ports and terminals face today.
For many, this involves working closely with other ports, city authorities and stakeholders in the maritime supply chain to share information and develop new initiatives.
It also entails ports utilising their place on regional and global supply chains to ensure the flow of cargo is clean.
The Port of Amsterdam’s drive to decarbonise trade has focused on developing green energies as well as its position as a major inland and transhipment hub. It has also worked with its neighbouring ports to develop joint platforms that encourage shippers and other stakeholders to cut emissions