De-risking the project cargo supply chain
In anticipation to the Project Cargo Summit we visited Harry van den Heuvel and discussed which actions Wärtsilä undertakes to de-risk the project cargo supply chain for their clients. How do they arrange and establish their supply chain? And how do they use new technologies, like smart ports and big data? Operational excellence is an continual development and is high on Wärtsiläs’ focus. The General Manager Project Logistics for the Marine division of Wärtsilä is one of the speakers during the Project Cargo Summit and will participate on the first day. Watch the interview here. For the full program visit our website.
Project Cargo Summit gathers 800 professionals
On 12th and 13th September Nieuwsblad Transport organized the first edition of the Project Cargo Summit. The Project Cargo Summit, held in the RDM Onderzeebootloods in Rotterdam, combined a high level conference, an exhibition, workshops and the first Project Cargo Dinner. Thanks to the support of Port of Rotterdam and prominent companies from the project… Read more ›
HARTEL – Your black sea partner
From our office in Oostvoorne our dedicated staff operates a modern Dutch fleet of 6 identical coaster-mpp tweendeckers (Damen Combi Freighter 3850) with removable tweendecks – full cover – and bulkheads. We ship almost all commodities which do not fit into the standard containers. We invite you to step on board with us in the… Read more ›
First decommissioning job for new Apollo
GeoSea, a subsidiary of Belgian dredging, environmental and marine engineering group company DEME, has taken delivery of the self-propelled jack-up vessel Apollo, that was built in Croatia. In Flushing (Vlissingen) it has been mobilised for its first assignment: decommissioning of the Q1 Halfweg unmanned gas platform in the Dutch sector of the North Sea. The… Read more ›