North Sea Port Ready to Invest in Hydrogen as Fuel

North Sea Port is looking to invest in hydrogen as marine fuel when time comes.

Benin Seeks Dutch Expertise on Port de Cotonou Project

Benin Seeks Dutch Expertise on Port Cotonou Project

Port of Amsterdam International (PoAI) has been contracted by the Netherlands Embassy in Benin to help revitalise ...

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LaNaval Lays Keel of Dutch Ferry

LaNaval Lays Keel of Dutch Ferry

Spain’s LaNaval Shipyard has laid the keel of the ferry Texelstroom, ordered by the dutch company Royal N.V. ...

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Dutch Firms Net Kazakhstan Shipyard FEED Contract

Dutch Firms Net Kazakhstan Shipyard FEED Contract

Consultancy and engineering firms Royal HaskoningDHV and Witteveen+Bos have been awarded the USD 18 million ...

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Hat Trick for Dutch Port Infrastructure

The Netherlands has the best port infrastructure in the world, according to the World Economic Forum’s “The ...

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Dutch Seaports Join Forces

On 25 June Dutch Minister of Infrastructure and the Environment Melanie Schultz van Haegen, the five Dutch seaports ...

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Deep Helder: High Offshore Standards Achieved by Dutch ...

On 23 April 2014 Shipyard De Hoop launched hull number 465, to be named Deep Helder, at their facilities in Foxhol ...

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Maritime Emergency Response Body for Dutch Caribbean ...

The Department of Waterways and Public Works of the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment ...

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Aeolus Ready to Construct Dutch Wind Farms

Recently, Aeolus finally arrived in Rotterdam to be revealed to the world. On Friday 20 June relations had the ...

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Dutch Navy Piracy Drill on Happy Dragon

Heavylift vessel Happy Dragon of BigLift Shipping had a close encounter last month with the Royal Dutch Navy ...

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EC Launches Investigation into Tax Exemptions for Dutch Ports

The European Commission has opened an in-depth investigation to verify whether exemptions from corporate tax ...

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Creating a Level Playing Field for Dutch Workboat Owners

The Dutch workboat market is flourishing nationally as well as internationally. The industry is renowned for its ...

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Dutch Maritime Sector Set to Grow Further in 2014

The Dutch shipbuilding cluster and maritime suppliers achieved good results in 2013. The total annual turnover ...

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WireCo Takes Majority Stake in Dutch Endenburg

WireCo WorldGroup Inc. (WireCo), producer and marketer of specialty steel wire ropes and high performance synthetic ...

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Dutch Prime Minister Rutte Visits the Navingo Maritime ...

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte was present during the opening of the Navingo Maritime & Offshore Career event ...

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Dutch Navy’s Biggest Ship Named in Vlissingen

Dutch Defence Minister Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert ceremonially named the Karel Doorman, the new Joint Support Ship ...

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Dutch modular ferry for Panama

The project of the Panama Canal Authority, the government agency responsible for operating, maintaining, managing, ...

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Turkish and Dutch Maritime Cooperation in Progress

The rapid growth of Turkish ports and maritime sectors creates interesting opportunities for bilateral co-operation ...

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Vripack Creates Revolutionary Ferry to the Dutch Island ...

Ferry operator TESO asked Vripack to carefully integrate the emotions one gets when wandering on the old Dutch ...

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Dutch Court of Appeal Widens Ship Arrest Scope

ROTTERDAM-based law firm AKD says a recent decision in the Dutch Court of Appeal substantially extends the ...

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Bureau Veritas Boosts Dutch Maritime Innovation

Leading international classification society Bureau Veritas is boosting innovation and sustainability in ...

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Guest column: Maritime excellence, the strength of the Dutch

The Netherlands traditionally has a very strong maritime sector which operates worldwide. The country offers ...

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