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‘Amisia’ dredges in a highly automated manner

Oldenburg. In September, State Secretary Enak Ferlemann presented the grant for ‘Amisia’ to the chairman of the supervisory board of NPorts Bernd Althusmann This research project to develop a highly automated dredging vessel aims to make sediment management in the Port of Emden more productive and environmentally friendly in the future. The ‘Amisia’ grant is for 3.23 million euros, of which 73 per cent is funded by the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) via the IHATEC funding programme. The project is scheduled to run for three years and is being carried out by TÜV Rhineland Consulting. Credits: Andreas-Burmannn

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