BREMEN. BHV – Bremische Hafen- und Logistikvertretung aims to be a reliable partner for its members in uncertain times and has therefore recently expanded its service and network activities. In fact, the digitalisation working group published the “Digitalisation expertise atlas” in June. The association has provided a comprehensive overview of the current digital solutions and projects of the BHV member companies on the website https://kompetenzatlas.bhv-bremen.de/. At the same time, the working group focussing on the shortage of skilled staff and the recruitment of young talent has launched collaborative BHV training to increase the quality and appeal of apprentice-ships in the port and logistics industry. And finally, the green logistics working group initiated a dialogue event this year for the first time to advance the topics of energy efficiency, climate neutrality and carbon offset in their group of members. “With our measures, we aim to further increase public awareness of Bremen ports, particularly on a federal level,” emphasised BHV Managing Director Petra Lüdeke.