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European ports are using technology to navigate ‘the perfect storm’

Cargo ports are vital transportation hubs in the global economy. All around 90% of all goods traded worldwide per tonnage is transported by sea and in 2021 no less than 3.5 billion tons of cargo passing through EU ports alone.

Antwerp was the second largest port in Europe — with an area of ​​120 km² — before a fusion with Bruges in 2022 a combined port area of ​​160 km² and the largest chemical cluster on the continent.

The growing port of València is the largest on the European Mediterranean in terms of container traffic – dating back to 1491. The port authority, Valènciaport, is responsible for València, plus the ports of Gandía and Sagunto along the coast.

Prior to their conversations on TNW Valencia in Marchwe spoke to Erwin Verstraelen, Chief Digital and Innovation Officer at the Port of Antwerp-Bruges, and Juan Manuel Díez, Strategy and Innovation Director at the Port of Valencia, about how they are pursuing the latest technological advances to transform their ports.

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“Ports are not just logistics hubs, they are also becoming the industrial and energy hubs for Europe as part of the European Green Deal, so we are in a complete transformation of our core business and digital innovation plays an important role in that.” Verstraelen told Applied Sciences.

Díez has been working for the Port Authority of Valencia for over 12 years.