On Wednesday 1 November, the Sector Organisation Seaports (Branche Organisatie Zeehavens, BOZ) is organising the ‘Dutch Seaports Election Debate’. This is in the run-up to the Dutch House of Representatives (Tweede Kamer) elections on 22 November.

During the debate, MP candidates will discuss the role of seaports in the Dutch economy and the transition to a climate-neutral society, including Harmen Krul (CDA), Suzanne Kröger (GroenLinks-PvdA) and Dorien Blommers (D66).

Seaports are an economic engine and the gateway to Europe. They create wealth and jobs and play an important role in the transition to a low-carbon society. But this will not happen on its own. How do we accelerate the energy transition from the nerve centres of the ports? How do we close the loop on the raw materials transition? And how do we future-proof our port delta?

The debate will be moderated by Ann-Lynn Hamelink, editor-in-chief of RTL Z and presenter at RTL Z and RTL News.

Register for the online debate

If you would like to watch on Wednesday 1 November between 16.30 and 18.00, please register to receive the viewing link.

Please note that the registration form may take a while to load. Please do not click ‘Register’ (Aanmelden) at the top right of the window, but wait for the registration form to appear automatically.

You will be sent the link to follow the debate online before the event. If you have any questions in the meantime, please contact the Hospitality & Events Department of the Port of Rotterdam Authority at event@portofrotterdam.com

About Branche Organisatie Zeehavens

Branche Organisatie Zeehavens (BOZ) was founded by the Port of Rotterdam, the Port of Moerdijk, North Sea Port, Groningen Seaports and the Port of Amsterdam. The organisation provides a platform for the ports to promote common interests. Read more about the sector organisation at www.boz.nl

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