29-November-2022: Due to the holiday season, our opening hours have changed

29-November-2022: CILT (UK) appeared before the Transport Select Committee today regarding its request for evidence on self-driving vehicles.Ian Wainwright FCILT, Chair of Freight and Logistics Policy Group at CILT(UK) responded to a call from government on matters concerning Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs).

29-November-2022: Rotterdam World Gateway (RWG), Hutchison Ports ECT Rotterdam’s (ECT) Delta terminal and Kramer Group will be the first terminals to be connected to the Container Exchange Route (CER). The Port of Rotterdam Authority has signed an agreement with these parties.

29-November-2022: In the beginning of the next year the sailings into the ports of Bremen/Bremerhaven are going to rise to 5% more expensive. The port committee of the Bremen Parliament approved this change in the port fee schedule on Wednesday afternoon.

29-November-2022: The Washington cavalry will have to step in again. Three months after a presidential emergency council reached a compromise between US rail companies and unions that was on the brink of a strike, US rail customers are again facing the prospect of serious disruptions.

22-November-2022: In the first 9 months, the port of Hamburg had turnover 91.8 million tons of sea goods. In comparison to the previous year there is a minus of 4.3 %. Most notably is a minus at the bulk cargo with 7.4 %.

22-November-2022: Portsmouth International Port has provided shore power connections for its towage provider as a first step in its shore power plans. The port said that by supplying shore power for SMS Towage’s tugs, the port would both improve air quality and cut 131 tonnes of carbon emissions a year by allowing the tugs to switch off their diesel generators at berth.

22-November-2022: According to Statistics Netherlands (CBS), the Netherlands exported more goods in September than in the same month last year. These were mainly machinery, appliances and transport equipment.

22-November-2022: Kristel Groenenboom is the new Business Woman of the Year. At 36, she is not only the youngest ever, but also the only top woman with a welding degree: she is a strong advocate for more women in engineering.

15-November-2022: With the help of satellites, the UN is going to chase LNG-fuelled ships and other major polluters and emitters of methane. Methane emissions need to be drastically reduced and the Methane Alert and Response System, should start contributing to this.