The Partnership brings together the majority of the European waterborne transport sector, among others the European maritime technology and container transport, the inland navigation, excellent research and academia, cluster organisations as well as associations representing the broader waterborne transport sector. The IWT Platform welcomed the Partnership with its commitment to Zero Emissions by 2050, as an opportunity to transform the sector for the benefit of future users and future generations.
The signed version of the MoU regarding the Co-Programmed Partnership has just been published online, and is available via the following link: CLICK HERE!
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