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Shippers wanted

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ESC is encouraging shippers to join European proposals to guide innovation for more effective supply chains. Indeed, the European Commission’s …..

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ESC Maritime Day 2019

This article was posted on December 10th, 2018 by under EventsNews

ESC is holding its annual Maritime Day in Rotterdam on the 20th of March 2019. The event will focus on the current situation in maritime, sustainability, and transparency topics and will be followed by a boat tour of the port of Rotterdam.  The speakers will include the European Commission – Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport and Directorate-General for Competition, representatives from the International Transport Forum , Port of Rotterdam, Erasmus University, Drewry, and others.

The Maritime Day is organised in cooperation with the Global Shippers’ Alliance, evofenedex (Dutch Shippers’ Council), and Transprime (Spanish Shippers’ Council) and kindly sponsored by the Port of Rotterdam.

LEARN International Workshop

This article was posted on September 15th, 2018 by under News

On Februrary 6 & 7, 2019 in Brussels, Belgium, LEARN Partners are coming together to  present and seek feedback from participants on the results and learnings from the LEARN project – LEARN International Workshop Event.

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Shippers improve supply chain

This article was posted on September 9th, 2018 by under News

The efficiency of freight transport is a key for the competitiveness of EU transport, economy, and the functioning of the internal market. This is even more so, since freight transport has increased …

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Maritime supply chain from a different angle

This article was posted on September 8th, 2018 by under News

With Sea Traffic Management (STM) project shippers will get more visibility and efficiency in their supply chains.

STM aims at creating a safer, more efficient and environmentally friendly maritime sector. The goals for full deployment of STM by year 2030 in relation to year 2015 are the following: safety (50% reduction of accidents), efficiency (10% reduction in voyage costs and 30% reduction in waiting time for berthing), environment (7% lower fuel consumption and 7% lower greenhouse gas emissions). (more…)