On 5 September 2019,the first international workshop on cybersecurity in inland navigation was held in the Rhineland city of Bonn, under the auspices of the CCNR and in partnership with the German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) and the World Association for Waterborne Transport Infrastructure (PIANC).
The 2019 annual report of the Market Observation of the Inland Navigation in Europe, that has been written by the Secretariat of the CCNR in partnership with the European Commission, is now available.
On 22-23 August, the Secretary General of the CCNR, Bruno Georges, and members of its Secretariat had the pleasure to welcome the newly installed Secretariat of the Danube Commission under the leadership of its Director General Manfred Seitz. The meeting of the two Secretariats was a great opportunity for getting to know each other, informing about priorities, as well as exchanges on various topics.
Don't miss your chance and register today for the workshop "Low water and impact on Rhine navigation" on 5 September 2019 in Bonn, Germany.
The Strasbourg Convention of 2012 on the Limitation of Liability in Inland Navigation (CLNI 2012) aims to extend the geographical scope of the Convention beyond the Rhine and the Moselle and to increase limits of liability, thereby enhancing the protection of tourist navigation passengers.
International Clearance and Coordination Body (IIPC)