The area covered by the Benelux branch has a coastline of more than 500km and contains an important river delta that connects the North Sea with the European hinterland. Besides many others it includes the ports of Antwerp and Rotterdam which both rank among the busiest ports of Europe and of the world.
The close link of the Benelux with the sea is further reflected by a bustling shipbuilding industry supported by many maritime suppliers and other maritime organisations. The high shipping density in the waters around (and through) the Benelux necessitates an ambitious approach towards shipping safety as well as environmental issues, both under and above water.
IMarEST TV recording of the 22 September 2016 technical lecture presented to the IMarEST BeNeLux Branch at Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, by Johan de Jong, MARIN. Watch Now on IMarEST TV (IMarEST Members only)
IMarEST TV recording of the 7 April 2016 technical lecture presented at Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, by Cdr Martin Noordzij RNLN and Albert Jurgens, Nevesbu. Watch Now (IMarEST Members only) Abstract The Walrus class of four submarines came…
IMarEST TV recording of the 2 February 2016 technical lecture presented at Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, by Martin Abart, Manager Condition Monitoring systems, AVL. Watch Now (IMarEST Members only)
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