9 Pct of Global Terminals Are Semi-Automated

Interview with Daniel Schäfer, Market Analyst at German DS Research.

The Beast Is Testing Material Fatigue to Improve Future ...

Mirek Kaminski wants to improve ship design, making vessels more sustainable, effective and affordable

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Port-Related Start-Ups Gather in Rotterdam

Start-ups and innovation are two words that belong together.

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Dutch Shipyards Are Looking to the Future

Shipyards, the backbone of the Dutch maritime cluster, have been a breeding ground for innovation for centuries.

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Port of Rotterdam Wants to Be the Smartest

Container shipping

Ports are major hubs in the supply chain. In Rotterdam, Europe’s largest port, countless proceedings are happening ...

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Port of Amsterdam- Words and Actions

Port of Amsterdam

Port of Amsterdam's CEO Koen Overtoom maps out the port's energy transition.

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Container Efficiency through Cooperation

Port of Rotterdam

Ships calling on multiple terminals will be combining cargo destined for a single container terminal in Rotterdam.

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The Vision of Marcel Kind - Simwave

Marcel Kind is the co-founder of Simwave, a maritime simulation centre, based near Rotterdam.

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MULTRATUG 32

Following successful sea trials, Multratug 32 was recently delivered to her owners Novatug, which will lease her to ...

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What is the Fast Way to Optimal Ship Design?

Sharing and storing knowledge during the building process of a vessel can be a hassle.

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A Flettner Freighter in the Making

With the Paris Climate Agreement in mind, shipping firms are looking at wind again for efficiency reasons.

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Share Information for Knowledge to Grow

The industry is moving away from costly forms of traditional maintenance towards smarter condition-based maintenance.

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Looking Back and Forward with the Maritime Industry

To get a ‘snapshot’ of the Dutch maritime sector, MH approached companies from a wide perspective of niche markets.

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Shipyard De Hoop Seeks Out Niche Market Shipbuilding

Even in the years following the recession, many Dutch shipyards were facing rough seas.

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Maritime Monitor 2017

The Dutch maritime cluster in numbers

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Port of Rotterdam Teams Up with North Sea Wind Power Hub

The North Sea Wind Power Hub Consortium wants to construct one or more so-called ‘Power Link Islands’ in the ...

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Tackling Emissions Head-On

For ship owners and operators preparing for the IMO’s 2020 global sulphur cap, there are numerous options open in ...

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Baltic

In 2007, Maritime Holland reported on Deo Volente, the Hartman Trader 18, a cargo ship which found its own niche ...

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The Vision of Basjan Faber

Image Courtesy: C-Job On the way to the interview at the new office of C-Job Naval Architects in Rotterdam, ...

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Arzana, the First Custom-Built TSHD for Gulf Area

It was a happy occasion, last September 20 at Royal IHC’s shipyard in Kinderdijk, the Netherlands. An international ...

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No Longer Sailing South?

The Suez Canal is still the most efficient route to transport large amounts of cargo between Asia and Europe. ...

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Scot Navigator

On February 22, 2017, the 3700 DWAT GS Eco Freighter 3700, with yard number 169, was launched at the ‘GS Yard’ yard ...

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