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New year reception: “Expanding competitiveness”

BREMEN/BERLIN. Many invited guests from politics, business and administration attended bremenports’ LOGISTICS TALK new year reception at the Bremen Representative Office in Berlin on 17 January to learn about projects associated with Bremen ports. “Interruptions in supply chains resulting from global upheavals such as Russia’s war of aggression, cyberattacks and the general challenges of climate change will also have an impact on the Bremen ports,” said Bremen’s State Councillor for Ports, Kai Stührenberg, emphasising the challenges facing ports. However, the answer is not resignation, but rather consistent, ongoing development to maintain and expand competitiveness. Robert Howe, the MD of the port management company, then explained just how extensive bremenports’ order book is, from the issue of deepening the Outer Weser to the develop-ment opportunities that the energy transition, in particular, offers the location.

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