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Innovative online seminar on inland shipping

BREMEN. How can shifting freight transport to inland waterways help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and relieve the burden on road and rail networks? Answers to these questions were provided in January in an online seminar held jointly by bremenports and the Maritime Cluster Northern Germany. Among others, four experts from shipping companies, shippers and governmental organisations presented successful practical examples during the seminar. Another aim of the event was to stimulate the qualified exchange of knowledge and technologies among the participants.

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