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Fosen Yard becomes majority shareholder of Nordseewerke
Fosen Yard, together with the investment group around Deutsche Industrieanlagen and Patrick Hennings-Huep, the previous owner of Nordseewerke Emden Shipyard, has entered into an agreement to establish Fosen Nordseewerke GmbH and jointly take over the ongoing business in Emden.
Large Ship Berth At The Seaport Of Emden - CML Supports Port Planning
Emden is one of the most important Northern European ports for vehicle transshipment. 1.3 million were transhipped here in 2016, and forecasts point to further growth. This is one of the reasons why the port operator is planning to build a large ship berth. The CML and the Sellhorn engineering company have carried out a nautical survey and an analysis of economic needs. For the needs analysis, the development of transhipment volumes was examined and a forecast of the expected demand for transport in Emden was made. The main result of this analysis is that new capacity needs to be created in order to meet the projected turnover growth. The new construction of the berth also ensures that ships, which are still growing in size in the long term, can continue to call at the port and be handled there. In addition, the new berth can temporarily serve as a transshipment alternative for companies in the inland port if the capacity of the inland port is fully utilised. In the nautical survey, ship handling simulations were carried out at the CML, accompanied by pilots from Emden. The simulation runs have shown that ships with expected future size profi les can already enter and leave the outer port of Emden today. Other important results of the nautical survey include recommendations on manoeuvring procedures, towing and mooring during the construction and operation phase of the new large ship berth. Overall, the CML investigations confi rm the high benefi t of the planned measure and the technical feasibility of a new berth between Emspier and Emskai. Source: Fraunhofer Center For Maritime Logistics And Services CML
ESPO congratulates Port of Emden for achieving PERS certification
ESPO congratulated the Port of Barcelona (Spain), Port Authority of Melilla (Spain), Niedersachsen Ports Emden (Germany), Shannon Foynes Ports Company (Ireland) and Shoreham Port Authority (UK) for achieving PERS certification. ESPO Secretary General, Isabelle Ryckbost, ESPO Chairman, Eamonn O’Reilly, and Sotiris Raptis, EcoPorts coordinator, handed over the PERS certificates to the ports’ representatives during the ESPO Conference dinner, which took place yesterday evening at Casa Llotja de Mar in Barcelona, Spain. “The number of ports under the EcoPorts network certified with the PERS standard has recently risen to 28 members. This marks the anniversary of 20 years of EcoPorts and further strengthens the network whose primary objective is to assist more European ports to protect the environment, improve public health and address the challenges of climate change”said Sotiris Raptis, EcoPorts coordinator and senior advisor for environment at ESPO. PERS is the only port sector specific environmental management standard. It is the flagship product of the EcoPorts network and is offered as part of the ESPO services to its members through the EcoPorts website. Compliance with the PERS standard is independently assessed by Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance and the certificate has a validity of 2 years. There are 25 ports in Europe and its neighboring countries currently certified by PERS. ESPO encourages all ports within its membership to implement the scheme and to get certified.”Upload News