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“German seaports are relevant to the system”

BREMEN. German port policy needs to acknowledge the national and European importance of German seaports, stated Frank Dreeke, CEO of BLG LOGISTICS, in September, ahead of the 13th National Maritime Conference (NMK) in Bremen. He also clarified that German seaports are relevant to the system and, as transhipment centres for green energy, play a central role in the energy transition. As a seaport and logistics service provider with an international network and its headquarters in Bremen, the BLG LOGISTICS GROUP sponsored the NMC evening event.

Credits: BLG LOGISTICS

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