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Cruise industry is a pioneer in sustainability on the high seas

Cuxhaven, June 16, 2022 | Expert forum of the Chamber of Commerce and the tourism industry community meets with great interest. The Cuxhaven Cruise Forum focused on current issues in the cruise industry.

High-ranking representatives from business, politics and science discussed i.a. the restart of the industry and new ways in the area of ​​new ship propulsion systems. The organizers of the cruise forum, in which more than 100 industry representatives took part in the traditional Hapag halls, were the IHK Stade for the Elbe-Weser region and the Cuxhaven Tourism Association (TWG).

Caption: On the podium (from left to right) Dr. Jan Meyer, Claudia Müller MdB, Philipp Rademann (IHK Stade), Helge Grammerstorf (National Director CLIA Germany) and Alexander Napp (Managing Director PWL Port Services GmbH & Co. KG) on the importance of the cruise industry for Northern Germany

Credits: Hauke ​​Knust, IHK Stade

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