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Float? Fly? Glide!

  • Facts

Ground-effect vehicles: They roar along, just above the surface of the water, carrying people or freight at breakneck speed before lowering themselves as they pull into port.

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Welcome to the Container Class

  • Facts

You think you’ve seen everything – from luxury liners with 5-star suites to hideaways far away from mainstream tourism? But have you ever considered a trip in the ‘Container Class’?

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The new super(sonic) jets

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Supersonic flights are coming back en vogue! The goal is to make these planes even faster, more environmentally friendly, and without the notorious “big boom”.

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When the aircraft belly provides a boost

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Natilus wants to conquer the air freight market with an already familiar yet innovative concept. The unusual shape of the airplanes will offer more space for cargo – and this without a crew.

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When containers fall overboard

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Can containers float and where did all those rubber duckies, Lego bricks and running shoes in the ocean come from?

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The Port of London: From the Thames to the entire world

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Once, it was the largest port in the world and the logistics hub of an empire. We take a look at its colorful history, transformed shipyards and what a football club has to do with it.

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Setting sail - Sustainability in cargo shipping

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Wind is considered to be an auxiliary power system for transport ships within the scope of several promising projects. We’ll take a look at two current projects.

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It’s all in the bars

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Everybody knows them and everyone benefits from them: Barcodes! Their impact on us and our everyday lives is enormous and we couldn’t do without them. Learn more about lines and bars.

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164.8 kilometers long: the Danyang-Kunshan Bridge

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It is hardly surprising that the title for longest bridge in the world goes to China. The railway viaduct of the “Danyang–Kunshan Bridge” is an unbelievable 164.8 kilometers long!

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Country Portrait: Indonesia

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Indonesia's economic development in recent years was more than amazing and an upcoming infrastructure offensive is intended to eliminate existing logistical problems.

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What does a bird have to do with cranes?

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It’s impossible to think of a world without cranes. Whether used for loading cargo, or in the construction industry – cranes are among the most important man-made mechanical devices.

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The Brenner Base Tunnel is a project of the century

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It will be a core element of the TEN corridor between Scandinavia and the Mediterranean and set a new standard to cross the Alps and becoming the world's longest railway tunnel.

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“We did not expect such a fast and sustainable development.”

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A talk with Torsten Wefers, Director Cargo at CGN, about the consequences of the pandemic in e-commerce, research on drones and the comparatively eco-friendly orientation of the airport.

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