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Rotterdam to spearhead green research

An international alliance of 45 companies, knowledge institutes and ports, headed by the Port of Rotterdam Authority, has been awarded nearly €25 million in EU funding to execute 10 pilot and demonstration projects focusing on sustainable and smart logistics. The schemes will developrenewable fuels including green hydrogen, large electric batteries, ammonia and bio-LNG. Examples include the operation of an electric battery-powered railway locomotive that uses power from an overhead line for both ... [+]

We’re ready as we can be for Brexit say Normandy ports

The Normandy channel ports - Le Havre, Caen-Ouistreham, Cherbourg and Dieppe say they are as ready as they can be for Brexit when it comes into force on 1 January. However, the border crossing process will rely on the smart border system, and only goods that have been pre-declared or ... [+]

Le Havre joins carbon-cutting coalition

Haropa - Port of Le Havre – has joined the Getting to Zero Coalition, launched at the United Nations Climate Action Summit 2019 as part of a partnership with the Global Maritime Forum, Friends of Ocean Action and the World Economic Forum to combat climate change. It aims to reduce greenhouse ... [+]

Fearsome foursome for Le Havre

Haropa - Port du Havre -has taken delivery of four of the world's largest container gantries from China for its Port 2000 scheme to handle the world's largest container ships. They are scheduled to come into service in October. [+]

French ports say thank-you to loyal lines

The Haropa group of ports, which includes Le Havre, is to offer a one-off rebate on port fees on container ships for January and February 2020 as a loyalty measure for lines that have continued to use the port  despite the disruption by the recent strikes in France. A tariff ... [+]

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