The ShortSeaShipping Inland Waterway Promotion Center Germany (SPC) is a public-private partnership aimed at making the waterway a larger part of the transportation chain. Three… Read More »Go with the flow – avoid being stuck in a jam
Smurfit Kappa is one of the world’s leading suppliers of paper-based packaging, with sustainability central to its circular business model. The company challenged its logistics… Read More »Sustainability integrated into each fiber
A demanding year due to Covid-19, the port of Bergen had a volume growth in container traffic of 3.9% and thus passed the peak year in 2012.
Since 2017, the Norwegian Coastal Administration has provided grants to shipowners to establish new sea transport services that can compete with road transport. The results to date are more than 760,000 tonnes of goods moved from road to sea. Make a note of this year’s application deadline: 10 May 2021.
Nutrimar AS was founded in 2007 to create value from the salmon industry’s waste products. Through this work, Nutrimar has contributed to employment in the local community and increased the raw material value once considered waste. Annually, Nutrimar sends 14,000 tonnes of processed goods to Europe, the USA, and Asia, mainly by sea. According to Logistics Manager at Nutrimar, Ingvild Nygård, the most sustainable way to transport goods.
This autumn, the Shortsea Promotion Center and Maritim Forum conducted a national goods owner survey, based on the government’s goal of goods transfer from road… Read More »How to cover the market communication gap in Shortsea?
By 2030, the EU will reduce climate emissions by at least 55%. The President of the Commission concludes that transport is too cheap to the costs they inflict on society.
The standardization of the physical shipping container brought positive value by reducing the costs of transporting goods, end-to-end. The digital era parallel is the standardization… Read More »Standardization and containerization in the digital world