Latest Advisory Board meeting took place in Brussels on 18 June 2015
A new European Committee for drawing up Standards in Inland Navigation (CESNI) was set up in June 2015.
at Maritime Industry, Gorinchem 2 June 2015
This study shows that the bulk of cargo is moved by microsize companies in Western Europe. Ship owners heavily rely on brokers and more than half of assignments is traded on the spot market. This gives ship owners little insight in their own market and little leverage to negotiate. The report looks into models of cooperation and logistics optimisation.
First interactive workshop in logistics education establishments has taken place in Enns, Austria.
Study of current road transport flows indicate a significant potential for inland navigation in continental cargo flows, generating costs savings of €899 million per year, 10% of the total costs, for industry.
Final conference on Course Manuals for Inland Navigation Education and Training in Brussels on 29 April 2015.
European Court of Auditors publishes report on assessment of EU inland waterway investments and concludes the strategic approach and implementation need an urgent boost.
Set up by PLATINA 2 to foster knowledge exchange between river corridors.
Transport ministers pledge to implement Master Plan for Fairway Rehabilitation and Maintenance of the Danube and its Tributaries
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