A Dutch perspective

Jeroen van den Berg, a commercial business analyst at Royal IHC, gives his opinion on the changing dredging landscape I was born in the dredging village of Sliedrecht, a town in the Netherlands, known for […]

An automated future for dredging

Dredging’s precise and predictable form of operations, often carried out relatively close to the shore, make them ripe for automation, with satellite coverage paving the way for wider take-up of broadband Dredging usually takes place […]

Dredging Data: Port Upgrades

In this final edition of Dredging data, DPC looks at the dredging developments planned in ports around the world Using IHS Markit Ports and Terminals data, DPC has analysed what kind of projects are being […]

Beyond the ecosystem concept

The externalities of a dredging project should be included in proposals for increased stakeholder engagement, writes René Kolman, secretary-general of IADC The International Association of Dredging Companies (IADC) has spent more than 50 years supporting […]

Dredging in a changing world

Our industry will face some of its toughest challenges over the next decade. As a responsible industry, we must look to sustainable practices to realise the best outcomes, writes CEDA president Polite Laboyrie Dredging is […]

Reconstruction works in Klaipeda port financed

Nordic Investment Bank (NIB) has signed a 19-year agreement with the Klaipeda State Seaport Authority, Lithuania (KSSA) to finance the reconstruction of several of the port’s quays to the tune of EUR68m (USD74 million). Scope […]