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Ports sustainability strategy confirmed

BREMEN. At the beginning of June bremenports received the NordWest Award 2020, worth €10k, from the Northwest Metropolitan Region for its CO2-Neutral Port of Bremen/Bremerhaven project. “The project combines economic action with environmental and climate protection in an outstanding way,” said district administrator Jörg Bensberg, Chairman of the NorthWest Metropolitan Region. “It’s a prime example of the future viability, innovative strength and sense of responsibility shown by the ports of the northwest region.” Bremen’s Senator for Science and Ports, Dr. Claudia Schilling, also congratulated bremenports on their achievement: “In the state of Bremen, sustainability is a central plank of our ports policy. This award is a well-deserved reward for more than a decade of committed sustainability work by our port management company.”

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