maandag 10 juni 2019

Connecting the Netherlands with the World by Rail

Connecting the Netherlands with the World by Rail
For many exporting countries the Netherlands remains the primary gateway into and out of Europe and the rest of the world – by road, rail, air and sea. However, rail has become an increasingly sustainable alternative for cargo transport. Nearly 85% of all rail freight in the Netherlands is international. The latest routes added are two direct cargo rail links to China.
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KLM Invests in First European Bio-Kerosine Plant
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is to invest millions of euros in the first European industrial plant to produce sustainable aviation fuel, also known as bio-kerosene.
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Gamechanger in the World of Textile Dye
The textile dye industry is the second largest polluter of drinking water. The chemicals used during the dye process of (synthetic) textile materials, are usually drained in open waters. However, the textile industry is at work changing that by creating the world's first waterless and non-chemical textile dye plant. With this they take a leap forward in making the process more sustainable.
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