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During the 2nd Bavarian Inland Waterway Shippers’ Day, bayernhafen presented a new, more flexible approach to handling ship cargo in the event of changes in water levels: bulk containers that can be emptied automatically through horizontal rotation. Pictured: a RAM SMAG revolver spreader for optimising rail-to-ship bulk goods handling.

Breathing new life into transport solutions

2nd Bavarian Inland Waterway Shippers’ Day

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Increasing the competitiveness of inland shipping

Impact of ship congestion on the Danube ports

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New issue of ‘kurs bayernhafen’ 07-2018

“Head start for ship and rail! A fairer share in the transport mode load” is the motto of...

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News of the bayernhafen Regensburg

Primary school pupils swap classroom for ship

Fourth-graders and teachers enjoy the ‘Regensburg port experience – live’

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[Translate to English:] Binnenschiff im Westhafen des bayernhafen Regensburg

“A further boost to the potential of rail and inland waterway”

2017 financial year: 3.05 million tonnes of goods moved by inland waterway and rail; 11.3% increase...

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Joachim Zimmermann, CEO of bayernhafen Gruppe and Alfred Rauscher, CEO of R-KOM.

Fibre-optic Internet for bayernhafen Regensburg

A high-performance digital infrastructure is an indispensable prerequisite for ensuring the future...

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