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Strong growth in throughput in H1

Strong growth in throughput in H1

BREMEN. The first six months of this year saw a sharp increase in total throughput at the ports of Bremen. Between January and the end of June, the ports handled a total of 35.2 million tons.

Start of apprenticeship at epas

Start of apprenticeship at epas

EMDEN. This year too, epas is fulfilling its training responsibility and is offering three young people the start of their professional lives.

More space secures port development

More space secures port development

CUXHAVEN. bremenports has secured a compensation area in the Geesten lowlands near Ringstedt through a contract with the nature conservation foundation of the district of Cuxhaven.

Sights set on larger cruise ships

Sights set on larger cruise ships

BREMERHAVEN. As part of the 80 million euro redevelopment of Columbus Quay, new passenger bridges will also be needed for the cruise terminal in the next few years.

NPorts boltsers port at Brake

NPorts boltsers port at Brake

BRAKE. Lower Saxony‘s Minister of Economic Affairs Dr. Bernd Althusmann, Parliamentary State Secretary Enak Ferlemann, NPorts Managing Director Holger Banik and the head of the NPorts Brake branch, Harald Ludwig, launched construction work on the second large ship berth in Brake in June with a first pile driving.

Award invested in solar panels

Award invested in solar panels

BREMERHAVEN. Bremerhaven. bremenports 2020 has been awarded the NordwestAward by the Bremen/Lower Saxony Metropolitan Region for its consistent sustainability policy.

Maritime industry against plastic waste

Maritime industry against plastic waste

OLDENBURG. At an NPorts webinar in June entitled The Challenge of Plastic Waste in Ports, five speakers from research, environmental protection and maritime business gave presentations on the issue of plastic waste.

Making shipping cleaner

Making shipping cleaner

OLDENBURG/BREMEN/WILHELMSHAVEN. In June, NPorts, bremenports and JadeWeserPort signed up for the ZeroEmission@Berth project. From September onwards, the port partners will be aiming to find additional and alternative measures for fixed shore power systems.

New port captain in Emden

New port captain in Emden

EMDEN. Emden. June saw the appointment of Christoph Kolter to the role of manager of the port office in Emden, the central contact point for shipowners, customers and service providers.

Wagons take to the road

Wagons take to the road

BREMERHAVEN. On behalf of bremenports, heavy-goods operator Kübler removed 28 railway wagons from Columbus Island by road in May.

„Ports remain engine of Bremen economy“

„Ports remain engine of Bremen economy“

BREMEN. Bremen‘s Senator for Science and Ports, Dr Claudia Schilling, launched the dialogue process for the further development of Bremen‘s port concept with a digital kick-off event in May.

New turning point for ships at Oldenburg

New turning point for ships at Oldenburg

OLDENBURG. Since the beginning of May, seagoing and inland vessels on the Hunte near Oldenburg have been benefiting from a new high-performance turning facility.

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