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Ports of Bremen on course for the future

BREMEN. bremenports is currently working on the further development of the Bremen port concept on behalf of Claudia Schilling, Senator for Science and Ports. The Bremen port industries and other interest groups are also involved in drafting the concept, which is due to be complete by summer of next year. Three workshops involving the stakeholders have already taken place – on 6th October as well as 4th and 25th November. “The continuation of the Bremen port concept is intended to make the ports of Bremen fit to take on the diverse challenges over the coming years. We wish to strengthen the competitive edge of the Bremen ports and lay the foundations for further growth. The process is now in full swing and aims to develop further the Bremen port concept,” stated Senator Schilling.

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