During a visit by Christian Dürr, Chairman of the FDP parliamentary group in the German Bundestag, the Chamber of Industry and Commerce for East Frisia and Papenburg and the Emder Hafenförderungsgesellschaft e. V. (EHFG) campaigned for more money from the federal government for the ports in the IHK district.
New capacities for project logistics and container depot inaugurated at the container port of Wilhelmshaven
Exactly one year ago, NORDFROST broke ground for the 6th construction phase at its seaport terminal in the container port of Wilhelmshaven. Now, the new facilities with a volume of around 15 million euros have been successfully realized on the 33-hectare site.
For three days from today, the ports of Bremen, the Port of Hamburg and the ports of Lower Saxony will have a permanent address in Singapore: the northern German ports will be guests there under the umbrella brand "German Ports" with a joint stand at transport logistic Southeast Asia.
At the end of the week, a broad-based delegation with representatives from the Chamber of Industry and Commerce for East Frisia and Papenburg and from the Emder Hafenförderungsgesellschaft e. V. (EHFG) took part in the two-day National Maritime Conference in Bremen.
For the 31st time, around 250 participants from business, politics and administration met today for the Niedersächsischen Ports Day. A panel discussion on the topic of "Niedersachsens seaports - for the energy world of tomorrow" with Niedersachsens Minister of Economics Olaf Lies and high-ranking representatives from business and science rounded off the official program.
The port economy opens the gates and invites the visitors of the Braker Binnenhafenfest on Sunday, 06.08.2023, from 13:00 to 17:00, for guided, free port bus tours.
Emder Hafenförderungsgesellschaft e. V. (EHFG) welcomes the decision of the Lower Saxony state government to anchor the funds for the construction of the mega-ship berth in the outer harbor of Emden in the state's financial plan
Jade-Dienst GmbH is bundling its maritime services in the new subsidiary JD Offshore GmbH and, among other things, is now offering special vessels for transfer services in offshore wind farms, so-called Crew Transfer Vessels (CTV).
"The seaport of Emden has great development potential, especially with regard to the expansion of renewable energies. At the same time, it holds great challenges for state policy in terms of investments in infrastructure."
Without well-developed and functional ports on Germany's coasts, the success of the energy transition, the security of energy supplies and the stability of supply chains are at risk.