DockstheFuture defines the concept of Port of the Future in virtual event

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DockstheFuture partners define the main project outcomes On Tuesday, 24th of November, Magellan and Circle had the pleasure of organising the Docks the Future – Defining the concept of Port of the Future event with the support of all project partners.  Over 120 participants attended the conference in order to find out more about ports,… Read more »

Registrations open for DockstheFuture event I Defining the concept of Port of the Future

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Started in January 2018, DocksTheFuture defined the vision of the Port of the Future in 2030 with the main goal to face issues related to the various challenges of the port of tomorrow. The DocksTheFuture partners will present the project outcomes in a form of a virtual conference in two parts:1) setting the scene of… Read more »

Ports’ Relationship in the Mediterranean region: future cooperations, competences and competitions

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The Mediterranean Sea is the largest of the semi enclosed European seas: its basin area covers almost 2.6 million km2 , 0.82 % of the world’s ocean surface. Surrounded by 22 countries and territories from Europe, Africa and the Middle East that share a coastline of 46 000 km, it is connected to the Atlantic… Read more »

Mediterranean Ports’ competences and competitions

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The Mediterranean is an especially appropriate area for transport trade. The main global maritime route crosses the Mediterranean Sea from Suez to Gibraltar; one of the centers of the global economy is situated on the Northern shore of the Mediterranean; and the EU is opening its doors to new members. Moreover, emergent economies are located… Read more »

Suez Canal, and the Belt & Road Initiative: the Role of the Mediterranean countries

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The BRI and the Chinese development strategy for the future The Chinese Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) is probably the most important investment project worldwide since the Marshall Plan that followed World War 2 in terms of number of countries involved in the project and amount of financial resources devoted to the initiative. Based on… Read more »

SAVE THE DATE for DockstheFuture project outcomes & the future of the Network of Excellence conference

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Started in January 2018, – DocksTheFuture defined the vision of the Port of the Future in 2030 with the main goal to face issues related to the various challenges of the port of tomorrow. The DocksTheFuture partners will present the project outcomes in a form of a virtual conference to take place in the afternoon… Read more »

Connecting EU Insights, the 4-day virtual event dedicated to the shipping industry

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CIRCLE: on October, 26th Connecting EU Insights, the 4-day virtual event dedicated to the shipping industry and its transition towards the Green New Deal, is off to start. Digitalisation, Evolutive Customs Corridors, integration of the Supply Chain, Smart Terminals, A.I., but also Arctic Route, Hydrogen e Wind Propulsion are among the main issues of the digital event organized by… Read more »

Docks the Future presents the Network of Excellence

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Docks the Future presents the Network of Excellence The Network of Excellence – output of Docks the Future Project –  gathers the most innovative ports willing to team up and take actions to support the maritime community in developing innovative projects and in achieving their sustainable targets, based on the opportunities deriving from funding programmes… Read more »

A Questionnaire of ” autoMated vessels and supply chain Optimisation for sustainable short SEa Shipping (MOSES)” Project

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MOSES at a Glance Ports play a decisive role in the EU’s external and internal trade, as about 74% of imports and exports and 37% of exchanges go through ports. Although ports and especially Deep Sea Shipping (DSS) ports are integral nodes within multimodal logistic flows, Short Sea Shipping (SSS) and inland waterways are not… Read more »