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Chamber of Shipping Calls for Canadian Gov’t Triage on Coastal Management

As a new report reveals that shipping is of great value to Canadians across the country, the industry, represented by the Chamber of Shipping of British... read more

Korean Lines Covering Less Trades

The number of trade lanes served by the Korean deep sea lines has decreased as well as their deployed capacity following Hanjin’s demise and Hyundai’s... read more

Polaris Shipping’s Premises Raided amid Stellar Daisy Probe

Busan Coast Guard raided the South Korean shipping company Polaris Shipping on Thursday, May 25 in relation to the sinking of the ill-fated Stellar... read more

Report: Flex LNG Adds Six More LNG Carriers

Oslo-listed owner and operator of liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers Flex LNG has signed agreements to buy six LNG ships, Reuters reports citing the... read more

Ninth 14,000 TEU SAVER Handed Over to Seaspan

Hong Kong-based containership manager and owner Seaspan Corporation has taken delivery of YM Wind, a 14,000 TEU newbuilding, from Taiwanese CSBC Corporation.... read more

Navig8 Chemical Tankers Takes First Fukuoka Newbuild

Navig8 Chemical Tankers has taken delivery of the Navig8 Spica, a 25,000 dwt stainless steel chemical tanker, from Fukuoka Shipbuilding in Japan. The Navig8... read more

Video: Batmobile Spotted in Port of Los Angeles

The Port of Los Angeles has shared a video of the Batmobile arriving to APL Terminal’s Pier 300, with a special escort by Los Angeles... read more

StealthGas Posts Record Revenues, Remains “Cautiously” Optimistic

StealthGas, a shipping company serving the LPG sector, reported record revenues in the first quarter of 2017, reaching USD 38.1 million,... read more

Magazine articles

Collaboration in the cloud

by e-office It is not getting easier to meet higher Quality, Health, Safety and Environment (QHSE) standards. Regulations, costumer demands, industry standards;... read more

With InvaSave ballast water is no longer a bottleneck

Every ship has stowaways. They are couple of micrometres big, come with the millions and tend to hide in the ballast water. These organisms can travel... read more

MDV-1 IMMANUEL: the future of fishing vessels

Bring several tech- and fishery-oriented people together with a clean slate, a healthy brain and a clearly defined goal, and magic starts to happen. This... read more

Prevention is better than the cure

The accident with the Costa Concordia in 2012 put safety measures on top of everyone’s agenda that worked in the cruise industry. Since then giant... read more

Jobs, innovation and sustainability

On the recent publication of its 2015 Annual Report, Netherlands Maritime Technology (NMT) chairman Hans Voorneveld highlighted the importance of innovation,... read more

A long tradition of survival within the Dutch-German niche market

You will never see a seagull following a ship from Groningen. This funny line refers to the tradition of never throwing anything overboard and consuming... read more

Two sides to every story

Positive results from Dutch ship owners while global shipbreaking industry still slow to react  The NGO Shipbreaking Platform recently published... read more

Holland goes Indonesia

Maritime is high on Indonesia’s agenda. The programme focussing on the country’s maritime industry, the Global Maritime Fulcrum, aims... read more

Adventurous people-manager who enjoys making an impact

The vision of: Kim Bybjerg “Being Danish, it is a special feeling to work for Falck. When I grew up, Falck was a household name for safety:... read more

Magazine

Magazine

The magazine Maritime Holland is out now. The first issue of 2017 has a special about sustainability. Jan Dieleman, according to Lloyd’s Register the most influential Dutchman in shipping, shares his views on the subject. Also inland shipping entrepreneur Patrick Hut talks about the importance of going green. There is an article about the Gate terminal in Rotterdam and the magazine looks at a recent study of re-emergence of wind power in the shipping industry. Next to that the vessels Cembrook and Legend are highlighted. The next issue of Maritime Holland will have a special about Shiprepair & Refit.

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Business Guide

Business Guide

The Business Guide (MHBG) is an annual promotional guide dedicated to the Dutch maritime industry. This high quality, full colour, detailed reference guide is a must for everyone who want to do business with the Dutch. It will provide your company with a full year visibility of your products and services to the international maritime industry.

Published 4th quarter
6,000 copies in print & online

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Events

Maritime Holland will be displaying or exhibiting at several events ands seminars. Find below some of the dates where you can meet us:

31 Jan – 3 Feb - Euromaritime, Paris
17 Mar – 19 Mar - Open Scheepvaartdagen, Antwerp
22 Mar – 23 Mar – Seanergy, Le Havre
29 Mar – 30 Mar – Maintenance, Antwerp
11 Apr – 13 Apr – Maintenance Next, Rotterdam
24 Apr – 26 Apr - Breakbulk Europe, Antwerp
19 Apr - Maritime & Offshore Career Event, Rotterdam
25 Apr – 27 Apr – Sea Asia, Singapore
09 May – 11 May – Maritime Industry, Gorinchem
30 May – 02 Jun – Nor-Shipping, Oslo
06 Jun – 08 Jun - Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo, Amsterdam
06 Jun – 08 Jun – Marine Maintenance World Expo, Amsterdam
06 Jun – 08 Jun - Offshore Wind Energy, London
13 Jun – 15 Jun – Seawork, Southampton
19 Sept – 22 Sept – Neva, ST. Petersburg
26 Sept – 27 Sept – Shipping Technics & Logistics, Kalkar
03 Oct – 05 Oct – INMEX SMM India, Mumbai
10 Oct – 11 Oct – Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference, Amsterdam
11 Oct – 13 Oct – Indonesia Maritime Expo, Jakarta
24 Oct – 17 Oct – Kormarine, Busan
Oct -Danish Maritime Technology Conference, Copenhagen
07 Nov – 10 Nov - Europort, Rotterdam
05 Dec – 08 Dec – Marintec China, Shanghai

Keep checking this page as new events will be added continuously throughout the year!

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Ruud Aantjes

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Marleen Varekamp

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Joost Dankers

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Tom Oomkens

Editor

Tom Scott

Editor

Jeroen Beekenkamp

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