Juan Castanedo

Juan Castanedo

Logistic Area

PhD in Sea Science by the University of Cantrabria (1992).
Partner and founder of CONCEPTUAL KLT since 2007.
Lecture Professor in the Engineering and Infrastructure Area of the Transport Department, University of Cantabria, since 2000.

Previous works:

2004-2007 General Director of Transports and Communications of the Government of Cantabria. 
2001-2004 Asturias (Spain) Responsible of Department, Gijón Port Authority.

Website URL: http://www.conceptualklt.es Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Sunday, 02 September 2012 13:05

Global container forecast study for 2017

The global container port industry is forecasted to boom by 2017

The global container port industry
is forecasted to boom by 2017

Global container port throughput is forecast to surpass 800m teu by 2017, but port capacity growth will remain 6% below demand growth, according to the latest port sector report from Drewry Maritime Research.

The Global Container Terminal Operators Annual Review and Forecast 2011 states that the economic uncertainty remains a key challenge for the global industry however, capacity expansion and the number of terminal operators will vary significantly from region to region with Europe expected to remain flat, North America to show a little growth and Asia to continue to dominate.

Saturday, 01 September 2012 11:31

WAVEPORT Project 2010-2012

The PowerBuoy has undergone ocean testing in both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans

The PowerBuoy has undergone ocean
testing in both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans

A consortium of European companies was awarded in 2010 a European Commission grant of €4.5m to develop enhanced wave energy technology as part of a project off the coast of Spain.

The project, known as WavePort, brought number of leading European wave energy specialists, including Ocean Power Technologies (OPT), Portugal's Wave Energy Centre, Fugro Oceanor from Norway, Spanish engineering firm DeGima, the University of Exeter, and the UK's Intelligent Systems Research Institute.

The Transport Research & Innovation Portal (TRIP) gives you an overview of research activities at European and national level. For in-depth information, consult our programme and project profiles.

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