In its second of a series of regular Talk Shows Hamburg Port Consulting (HPC) once more hosted a forum of international speakers on the all important subject of decarbonisation in port operations. The initiative is aimed at improving communications between global ports and the enterprises dedicated to CO2 reduction. As a foremost port consulting group HPC believes itself to be a central catalyst to these information sharing efforts.
The fifth edition of the European coordinator’s work plan for developing the Scandinavian-Mediterranean TEN-T transport corridor (Scan-Med corridor) has recently been disclosed. This work plan focuses on current and future compliance issues within the Scan-Med Corridor, identifying persisting bottlenecks, and presenting the key recommendations for project implementation, financing, and funding.
Why automation in dry bulk? Alexander Koschinsky, HPC, and Christian Hacks, iSam, provide insights into economic backgrounds and practical applications using the example of the Hansaport in Hamburg. It was published in the Spring issue of Dry Bulk magazine.
Estonian companies Cone Center OÜ, E.N. Shipping Services OÜ, Saaresalu OÜ, HPC Hamburg Port Consulting GmbH from Germany and Plisk Ltd from Georgia have successfully handed over a Feasibility Study for Port Community System (PCS) development in Georgia. The final beneficiary of the work is the Maritime Transport Agency of Georgia. The project is financed by the European Bank for Reconstruction & Development (EBRD) and supported by the Georgia Investors Council Secretariat.
Establishing its position as an international class bulk port, PT Krakatau Bandar Samudera (PT KBS), which operates Krakatau International Port (KIP), has collaborated with PT Melchers Melindo Indonesia, a partner of HPC Hamburg Port Consulting. The collaboration is conducted for the development of the KIP port.
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