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Nieuwe uitgave van GMAP Maritime and Offshore Newsletter Ports & Terminals - mei 2022 4

New issue of GMAP Maritime and Offshore Newsletter Ports & Terminals - May 2022

May 5, 2022

Like all other maritime sectors, ports are undergoing changes due to digitalization, sustainability and energy transition.

Digitalization will improve efficiency and security and transform port operations.

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Offshore Wind Outside Europe, Future-Proof or Not? 1

New issue of GMAP Maritime and Offshore Newsletter Offshore Wind - February 2021

March 1, 2021

The maritime industry faces significant challenges as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The downward shift in production and manufacturing activities has adverse effects on the supply chain that translates into the global shipping industry.

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JBR helpt ondernemers op een kruispunt met de blik vooruit

JBR helps entrepreneurs at a crossroads looking forward

February 25, 2021

The fit between your company and the market has shifted and that requires adjustment. Issues arise and you realize that choices must be made.

As an entrepreneur, you can come to us for advice on these questions. Precisely when you are at a crossroads of choices, we help you to choose the right direction.

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PSA Marine acquires Tramarsa Flota and expands it services to Latin America

New issue of GMAP Maritime and Offshore Newsletter on Towage - December 2020

December 6, 2020

The maritime industry suffers greatly from the COVID-19 pandemic, and so does the harbour towage sector.

The pandemic has exposed the vulnerability of long supply chains.

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New issue of GMAP Maritime and Offshore Newsletter on SUBSEA - September 2020

September 20, 2020
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JBR vernieuwt ACP en ISO/Maatstaf certificaat via gecombineerde audit van CIIO

JBR renews ACP and ISO/Maatstaf certificate via combined audit from CIIO

April 28, 2020

CIIO is a certifying body that can assess both quality marks in one combined examination. We recently renewed both quality certificates in this way.

Iemke Imhof, manager business operations at JBR: "We had the desire to combine the external audits for the ISO-9001 quality mark and ACP quality mark. It fits with our way of working, where we have the processes in order and continuously work on craftsmanship. Our motto is: "tomorrow will be better than today ."

Gerrit Corbijn van Willenswaard, team leader at CIIO: "Consultancies that operate in the private sector often have the image that they let commercial interests prevail too quickly over moral-ethical or social interests. What struck me in the interviews is that JBR does not conform to this stereotypical image. At JBR, acting with integrity plays an important role in advising their clients and is constantly checked in all kinds of ways. You notice that they use an audit to reflect and learn."

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Bijzonder Beheer, einde verhaal? Frank Steenhuisen

Special Management, end of story?

December 30, 2019

Frank Steenhuisen writes in Brookz about a hospitality entrepreneur and special management.

Special management is certainly not the end for a business. For the business owner, it's important to continue communicating openly with the bank, to be prepared to take clear measures and, above all, to have the courage to look himself in the mirror.

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JBR slaat vleugels uit naar België Rik van Meirhaeghe

JBR spreads wings to Belgium

December 24, 2019

JBR is expanding into Belgium. The agency has joined forces with Rik van Meirhaeghe, who heads the new Belgian office. Consultancy.nl spoke with Van Meirhaeghe and Managing Partner Ronald van Rijn about the collaboration.

"Rik already had a mature team in place and has access to both the Belgian and Dutch markets," said Van Rijn. "This allows us to get off to a flying start right away."

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Offshore Wind Outside Europe, Future-Proof or Not?

Offshore Wind Outside Europe, Future-Proof or Not?

December 5, 2019

With the world moving away from fossil fuels such as oil and gas, interest in wind energy in general and in offshore wind energy, in Europe and the rest of the world, in particular has considerably increased. Interest in offshore wind is part of a broader movement to increase the share of renewable energy in the energy mix and to reduce gas emissions.

What are these new offshore wind developments outside Europe? What are the main issues to be solved?

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Flexibiliteit en hybride zijn de toekomst. Deel 6 uit de serie over alternatieven voor scheepsbrandstoffen.

Flexibility and hybrid are the (distant) future. Part 6 of alternatives to marine fuels.

November 5, 2019

In this final part of the series on alternatives to marine fuels, the options are compared. In order to meet the stricter requirements for sulphur emissions, the only realistic solution for seagoing vessels is to use low-sulphur diesel, a scrubber or to run on LNG. Batteries are a good option for short distances.

But why choose either another fuel or another technology when a combination of both offers more security?

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Technologies for clean sailing. Part 5 of alternatives to marine fuels.

October 29, 2019

To meet the IMO's goals of reducing total greenhouse gas emissions by at least 50 percent by 2050 compared to 2008, it is possible to sail on an alternative fuel, for example LNG, hydrogen, methanol or ammonia.

In part 5 of the series on alternatives to marine fuels, a number of technological developments that make it possible to sail in a cleaner environment are discussed: scrubbers and fuel cells have already been reviewed, sails and batteries are now on the agenda.

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Potential of synthetic fuels ammonia and methanol. Part 4 of alternatives to marine fuels.

October 22, 2019

Hydrogen is the best known non-fossil energy carrier for shipping, but not the only one. There are several possibilities - in general, the technical feasibility for these substances is still less developed, but they certainly have potential.

Part 4 of the series on alternatives to marine fuels outlines the potential for ammonia and methanol as alternative marine fuels.

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Is waterstof het nieuwe gas?

Is hydrogen the alternative to gas? Part 3 of alternatives for marine fuels

October 15, 2019

Japan wants the 2020 Tokyo Olympics to run entirely on hydrogen, in the UK an offshore wind farm converts seawater into hydrogen, which is pumped ashore and used to heat millions of homes.

Here are a few examples that underline the importance of hydrogen as an energy carrier. Part 3 of the series on alternatives to marine fuels outlines the importance of hydrogen as a marine fuel.

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Kansen voor Nederland om koploper te worden in de levering van laag-zwavelige brandstoffen

Opportunities for NL to become frontrunner in supply of low-sulfur fuels. Part 2 of alternatives to marine fuels.

October 8, 2019

The approaching "IMO 2020" directive limits sulphur emissions from marine fuels to a maximum of 0.5%. There are alternative fuels and new technologies to achieve these emissions.
The use, technical applicability and commercial feasibility of these is different for the various types of ships and shipping routes.

Part 2 of the series on alternatives to marine fuels takes a closer look at an alternative for deep-sea vessels: low-sulphur fuels, such as liquefied natural gas (LNG) or biofuels. The Netherlands is the largest supplier of fuels to the shipping industry in Europe and this offers opportunities to use this position to become a leader in the production and supply of low-sulphur fuels for shipping.

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Nieuwe uitgave van GMAP Maritime and Offshore Newsletter over de ontwikkelingen in de markt van en bij de spelers in Harbour Towage

New issue of GMAP Maritime and Offshore Newsletter on the developments in the market of and among the players in Harbour Towage

October 2, 2019

This edition of the GMAP Maritime and Offshore Newsletter has as theme "Harbour Towage". This is the second time we have produced a special newsletter on this theme.

Major changes are occurring: a highly competitive market in (Northern) Europe and Latin America are leading to consolidation, while new opportunities are emerging in Asia. Read about the developments and trends in this sector and see the list of key players.

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Hybride toekomst 2

Flexible future? Part 1 of a series on alternatives to marine fuels

October 1, 2019

By January 2020, some 50,000 to 60,000 ships will have to comply with the new sulphur limitation directive.

The traditional way of propelling ships with "cheap" fossil fuels will soon be a thing of the past. There is a growing interest in alternatives for ship fuel. What opportunities are there for shipowners?
In a series of six blogs the alternatives are listed.

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Elvolving towards high growth

Evolving towards high growth

May 27, 2019

The food and beverage industry has experienced healthy growth over the past decade. The growing middle class worldwide is creating an increasing demand for protein-rich foods.

But consumer trends in the field of healthy food, customization and innovation are also driving demand.

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Sell your company now?

May 13, 2019

If you are a business owner and have been in contact with a corporate finance advisor lately, you will probably have heard that NOW is the time to sell your company. Even the headlines regularly report good news from the merger and acquisition world. But is this really the case? Or, to use the terminology of the old football coach Co Adriaanse, is this a typical example of scoreboard journalism?

Caspar van der Geest, partner at JBR, explains in this article three important factors that determine sentiment in the mergers and acquisitions market: the state of interest rates, the availability of capital and the valuation level.

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Money in abundance, yet difficult to finance'.

April 8, 2019

In the spring of 2019, Brookz published an interview in which Ronald van Rijn and Frank Steenhuisen of JBR talk about the current financing market, its changes in recent years, and its consequences.

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Food & Beverage Newsletter: Health and Wellness

Food & Beverage Newsletter: Health and Wellness

March 13, 2019

GMAP's latest "Food and Beverage Newsletter" has the theme of health and wellness. Fresh and organic foods are in the spotlight, especially in developed and emerging economies. But products for preventing disease and losing weight are also popular.

The players in this industry include large multinationals as well as smaller regional companies and start-ups. These smaller, healthy brands are expected to become sought-after targets of multinationals to accelerate market penetration in trending categories. Large food and beverage companies are pursuing strategic partnerships, acquisitions, and repositioning of brands to maintain leadership.

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JBR ventileert visie over offshore wind in het blad Offshore Industry 5

JBR ventilates views on offshore wind in Offshore Industry magazine

December 7, 2018

The crisis in the offshore oil and gas industry has led to a change of direction for many offshore companies. The international offshore wind industry has been developing rapidly in recent years and offers a good alternative.

On top of that, there is an increasing focus on greening, which gives the wind energy industry an extra boost. Ronald van Rijn and Mirthe Lantman give their views on these developments.

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Developments in the traditional and alternative offshore industry in the new Global M&A Partners Maritime and Offshore Newsletter

November 22, 2018

The sixth edition of the GMAP Maritime and Offshore Newsletter has been published. The theme of this newsletter is the Offshore Industry.

In addition to the offshore oil and gas sector, attention is also paid to alternatives within the offshore market, namely offshore wind energy, aquaculture and deep sea mining.

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De nieuwe GMAP Maritime and Offshore Newsletter is uit

The new GMAP Maritime and Offshore Newsletter has the theme "Towage and Salvage".

July 17, 2018

This fifth edition of the GMAP Maritime and Offshore Newsletter has the theme "Towage and Salvage".

Read about the developments and trends in this sector and take a look at the list of key players.

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A shift in desired shipbuilding locations ensures suppliers must increasingly focus on China

May 1, 2018

In the last couple of decades there has been a shift in shipbuilding activity from Europe to Asia, where Japan, Korea and China are the most important shipbuilding nations. In the last two decades China has become the world's most important shipbuilder.

This is mainly caused by the building of container vessels and bulk carriers and also increasingly offshore vessels. Whereas European shipbuilding is increasingly focused on passenger ships and leisure yachts.

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"Maritime Leisure" is the theme of the new GMAP Maritime and Offshore Newsletter

April 9, 2018

This fourth issue of the GMAP Maritime and Offshore Newsletter looks at the "Maritime Leisure" market.

While the commercial shipping industry is going through difficult times, the cruise market is experiencing golden times. Also the market for super yachts is flourishing. In this newsletter, more on the developments and trends in these flourishing subsectors of the maritime industry.

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