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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