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Extensive marketing programme presented

BREMEN/BREMERHAVEN. Seven joint stands at international trade fairs, eight customer receptions in Germany and abroad, campaigns for sustainability and SmartPort activities, plus an international highlight with the conference of European seaports – the Bremen ports marketing programme is packed to the brim. “We will make Bremen’s ports more sustainable and meet the conditions needed for them to achieve their contribution towards climate goals,” said Dr Claudia Schilling, Bremen’s Senator for Science and Ports. “Domestic and international events in 2023 will provide ideal opportunities for highlighting our efforts.”

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