Joint press release – Results from the study on human-machine interface in relation to accidents in inland navigation

The European inland shipping industry has commissioned a Study on the Human Factors in Inland Shipping Accidents. The results and recommendations of the Phase 2a regarding the Human-machine interface and wheelhouse design have now been made published.

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2021-11-23T11:30:22+00:004 November 2021|Press releases|

European Waterborne Technology Platform has a new chair – press release

At the General Assembly on 15 September 2021, European Waterborne Technology Platform appointed Mr. Eero Lehtovaara as the association’s new Chair for a period of two years.

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2021-11-23T11:31:30+00:0016 September 2021|Press releases|

Adoption of the EP Report ‘Towards future-proof Inland Waterway Transport in Europe’ – press release

EBU, ESO and European Inland Waterway Transport Platform warmly congratulate the rapporteur, MEP Caroline Nagtegaal–van Doorn and welcome adoption of the Own-Initiative Report entitled “Towards future-proof Inland Waterway Transport” by the European Parliament, at the initiative of Renew Europe.

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2021-11-23T11:32:00+00:0016 September 2021|Press releases|

ZEWT Partnership: Adoption of the Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda – press release

EU IWT Platform warmly welcomes the adoption of the Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda on 7 September 2021 by the European Zero Emission Waterborne Transport Partnership.

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2021-11-23T11:32:42+00:009 September 2021|Press releases|

European Partnership to make Zero-Emission Waterborne Transport a reality before 2050 – press release

Today, on 23rd of June 2021, the European Commission and the Waterborne Technology Platform signed a Memorandum of Understand (MoU) for a Co-Programmed Partnership under the framework of Horizon Europe.

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2021-11-23T11:33:50+00:0023 June 2021|Press releases|

New European Partnership commits the Waterborne Transport sector to zero emissions by 2050 – press release

The new European Partnership commits the inland navigation transport sector as part of the waterborne, to Zero Emissions by 2050.

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2021-11-23T11:35:42+00:0015 June 2021|Press releases|

Joint press release – Statement on COVID-19 situation

The transport sector has a crucial role to play in the supply of goods, in particular medicines, medical devices, food and other essential commodities needed to overcome this crisis.

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2021-11-23T11:47:33+00:0026 March 2020|Press releases|
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