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Port of Ipswich Number one for Agricultural Products Exports

Associated British Ports’ Port of Ipswich has retained its place as the number one export port for agricultural products for the 17th year in a row, beating London, Bristol and Belfast to claim the title. This was confirmed by the…

#Newsletter 6

In eShip Newsletter 6 you will be able to: Check out our “Bulk News” about the port of Ipswich, the number one for agricultural products exports;See our new testimony about eShip project from Jan Tore Pedersen, Managing Director at Marlo;Check that…

Marcel Kyas

eShip Testimony

According to Marcel Kyas, assistant professor at Reykjavik University, "The data that the Internet of Things provides us with will allow us to make transportation much greener by recommending better routes or choices to make, to reduce greenhouse gases."

Press

eShip in Press

Pedro Viegas Galvão (CPC): eShip project can bring "greater transparency" to Shipping. Source: www.revistacargo.pt

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