Institute of Shipping Economics and Logistics
Environmental regulations and green technologies are becoming increasingly important in the strategies of the shipping industry.
Once again, this year scientists and researchers from all over the world came to Bremen to discuss topics and results of logistics research at the 7th edition of LDIC.
In the field of tension between technical possibilities, ecological rationality as well as economic and political interests
Close collaboration with high-level PIANC working group
The decline amounts to more than 6 % p.a. on average over the last 5 years as the current issue of the SSMR impressively shows. It also provides a detailed look at current trends in the world merchant fleet.
Up to now, 80 ports totalling 41 million TEUs have reported their monthly throughput figures for September 2019.
ISL presents concepts on Hydrogen Applications in Truck Hinterland Transportation
Latest issue of ISL´s monthly publication highlighting developments around the global shipbuilding market is now available
Aktuelle Ausgabe des Monthly Container Port Monitor erhältlich
ISL showcases projects on maritime security research
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