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HPC has been awarded with the substantive and financial management of the Interreg project in the Southern Baltic Sea Region over a period of three years. With our comprehensive experience, we have developed and successfully applied for the project SOUTH BALTIC TRANSPORT LOOPS.

HPC contributes to green cruise port operations in the Baltic Sea Region

HPC was awarded to prepare a Green Cruise Port Action Plan promoted by the EU’s Interreg Baltic Sea Region (BSR) Programme. The Green Cruise Port Project embraces 20 partners, including port authorities and cruise lines. Geographically it covers all BSR countries as well as the neighbouring North Sea.

HPC helps Tanzania's maritime port and transport sector determine HR and training needs

Tanzania’s maritime port and transport sector is most vital for the development of logistics services and hence plays a key role for the overall economic development of the country.

Also, Tanzania serves as trade gateway and transport corridor to its neighbouring landlocked countries. To improve the efficiency of key corridor infrastructure at all levels, the World Bank has initiated the Tanzania Transport Corridor for Growth Multi-Donor Trust Fund.

HPC and Sellhorn support the Government of St. Lucia to develop an effective organizational structure for its infrastructure ministry

St. Lucia is located in the Caribbean hurricane belt. Over the past decades, natural hazards have repeatedly caused significant damage to the country’s infrastructure, thereby also disrupting essential services and presenting setbacks for major sectors of the economy. In order to reduce St. Lucia’s vulnerability to weather-induced disasters, the government aims to implement an organizational structure in its Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy (DIPE), which enables efficient disaster prevention measures and allows fast and flexible reactions in case of emergency.

First container ever transported on the river Ganges with support from HPC

Since the beginning of 2017, HPC advises the National Inland Waterway Authority of India (IWAI) on the implementation of inland waterway transport on the National Waterway-1, which includes large parts of the river Ganges. India has a millennia-long culture of using their holy river Ganges for cultural, social and economic purposes.

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