Institute of Shipping Economics and Logistics
Improving the predictability of seaports
Together with partners, the institute is commissioned by the Federal Government's Maritime Coordinator in the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy
The current standstill of Iran’s maritime container trade may be aggravated further due to the crisis around the Strait of Hormuz.
Andreas Hübscher from the ISL gave a lecture a.o. on the current situation of equipping the merchant fleet with environmentally relevant technologies in the Bremen Chamber of Commerce
Rainer Müller from ISL presented first results of research project BREsilient
Security architecture for the port communications network
Container handling in world-wide ports increased by a solid 4.9 % in 2018 according to a recent evaluation of the Bremen-based “Institute of Shipping Economics and Logistics” (ISL).
ISL participation in the extension as well as in the predecessor project
Joint index of RWI and ISL listed for the first time in the current OECD World Economic Outlook as an indicator for world trade development
During the first quarter of 2019, the North American East Coast showed the strongest year-on-year growth of all major port regions in the world.
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