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MoS Webinar "Shaping the Policy of a European Maritime Space – The Future of Motorways of the Sea" will take place on 1st July 2020.
Each year, up to £75,000 is made available by ITOPF to fund R&D projects to improve our knowledge and understanding of issues related to accidental marine pollution from ships.
In early 2020, XELLZ secured approximately 200,000 sqm of land at the port of Rosslare in the Republic of Ireland. XELLZ has now divided the land into zones and the entire area will be known as Rosslare Europort Business Park (EBP).
The Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross announced the designation, on a temporary basis only, of five strategic maritime routes into and out of Ireland as Public Service Obligation (PSO) routes during COVID-19 for a period of up to three months.
The IMDO remains open for business, albeit remotely for now
In light of the rapidly evolving situation and public health measures due to the Coronavirus, a decision has been taken to postpone European Maritime until later this year.
The EMLO Spring Seminar 2020 will take place in Dublin on 27th March 2020
Grants are now available for the Certificate in International Trade programme
Posidonia 2020 is taking place on 1-5 June 2020 at the Metropolitan Expo in Athens, Greece
The European Maritime Day (EMD) Conference and Expo is the annual two-day event during which Europe’s maritime community meet to network, discuss and forge joint action on maritime affairs and sustainable blue economy.
Templar Executives, an award-winning International Cyber Security advisory services and solutions company, are setting up an Irish operation – ‘Templar Executive EMEA’.
Warrenpoint Port is currently recruiting for the position of Harbour Master
In preparation for Brexit, The Department of Transport Tourism and Sport (DTTAS), supported by the Irish Maritime Development Office (IMDO), held a workshop in Dublin in September. The aim of the workshop was to allow shipping and port companies, importers and exporters to discuss maritime connectivity, trade patterns and capacity demands in a no-deal Brexit scenario.
The IMDO and Marine Institute Office in Dublin has moved to Hatch Street, Dublin 2.
CLdN is poised to welcome the arrival of the fourth 5400 lane meter vessel of the series, the MV Hermine, into the fleet ending her maiden voyage in Zeebrugge on the 4th October 2019.
The projects of the ports of Dublin, Dover, Stockholm and Union des Ports de France (UPF) have been shortlisted for the 11th European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO) Award on Societal Integration of Ports. The jury selected these four applications from a total of nine submissions. The theme of this year’s edition is “Transparency and the role of social media in reaching out to the local community”.
In preparation of the UK’s departure from the EU on October 31st, the Irish Maritime Development Office has compiled a detailed list of routes that operate on the three shipping corridors from Ireland. Both Central and Southern relate to services from Ireland to Great Britain, while the Continental corridor involves direct services to the European continent.
The UK is due to leave the European Union on 31st October 2019. In preparation for this event, The Department of Transport Tourism and Sport (DTTAS), supported by the Irish Maritime Development Office (IMDO), is organising a workshop in Dublin in September 2019. This workshop will allow shipping and port companies, importers and exporters to discuss maritime connectivity, trade patterns and capacity demands in a no-deal Brexit scenario.
Cruise Critic awards the highest-rated cruise destinations in 18 cruise regions across the globe in its annual Cruisers’ Choice Destination Awards 2019
XOCEAN has successfully delivered ground-breaking projects for BP using their Unmanned Surface Vessels (USVs)
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