|ISL present at the 4th Bremen conference on Maritime Law||
On November 23rd and 24th, the 4th Bremen Maritime Law Conference took place in the Bremen Haus Schütting, organized by the Forschungsverbund für Maritimes Recht in the metropolitan region of Bremen-Oldenburg in the Northwest of Germany in cooperation with the Port Law Committee of the Port Technological Society (HTG)
|New report “Major Shipping Nations 2017” out now||
ISL has just released its latest report on major shipping nations world-wide. The report – published in the series “ISL Shipping Statistics and Market Review” – gives an overview of the most important shipping nations in terms of the controlled fleet but also about the most important flag states.
|ISL at the Sustainable Shipping Congress 2017||
Once again this year, ISL was able to contribute to the success of the 3rd Bremen Congress on Sustainability in Shipping on 20/21 November 2017
|Expert Workshop on Utilization of Earth Observation for the Maritime Industry||
Satellite Services for the maritime industry was the subject of the MarSat project’s recent workshop, which drew together more than 50 potential users
|First meeting of the NSW-Plus project with the project's associated partners||
On November 15, 2017, the first meeting of the NSW-Plus project with the project's associated partners took place at ISL Bremen
|Port project 'Docks of the Future' will start in january 2018||
In January 2018, the EU port project 'Docks of the Future' will start - funded within the HORIZON2020 programme of the European Commission
|ISL at MoreSpace symposium in Bremen||
On 23rd October, 2017 the second Weser-Kurier symposium “MoreSpace” took place in Bremen, Germany. About 200 experts from economy, politics and science discussed the space sector’s future, highlighting Bremen’s role as Germany’s number one location related to space industry.
|PortSec presented at annual conference ITS|KRITIS 2017||
On 11th and 12th October, 2017 the congress of the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF)’s funding programme ‚IT Security for Critical Infrastructures‘ (ITS|KRITIS) was held in Berlin, Germany. On this occasion, the PortSec project as well as first research results were presented.
|Logistics Park (LP) in Vietnam - modern logistics solutions||
The Institute of Shipping Economics and Logistics (ISL) and the renowned company INROS LACKNER(Germany, Vietnam) have created, for a limited international competition, a concept for a master plan for the development of the “Cai Mep Ha Logistics Park” in south-west Vietnam.
|HOLISHIP receives “Blessing” from EU–Commission||
The face of ship design is changing. The vastly increasing complexity of European built ships and maritime structures as well as the growing number of rules and regulations call for novel concepts of product design and testing.