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a port city in northwestern Germany at the mouth of the Weser River on the North Sea

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The German Port of Bremerhaven is the last station for the RNO Ship "Shabab Oman'' during its current voyage to Europe and she will anchor on the return voyage in five ports for necessities and fuel.
In March 2008, the battalion supported the 1st Infantry Division, 2nd Brigade Combat Team during a critical reset equipment move at the port of Bremerhaven, Germany.
The German Emigration Center, Bremerhaven is Europe's largest and most modern museum on emigration and winner of the European Museum of the Year 2007 award.
Implementing agency : Wasser- und Schifffahrtsamt Bremerhaven
In the compact tourism area Havenwelten Bremerhaven (Harbour Worlds) we visited the Zoo at the Sea to coo over the baby polar bear and then learn the harrowing stories of the flood of humanity that left Europe for the New World at the German Emigration Centre.
Wind power plant components are also stored and handled at the Bremerhaven container terminal and Neustadt port.
So, in an attempt to start a new trend after 60 memorable and successful years here in Europe, we would like to present 598th Transportation Group plaques for outstanding support to the mayors and representatives of our primary port cities of Bremerhaven, Rotterdam, Antwerp and Mannheim," he continued.
For the second time the Port of Bremerhaven, Germany, will host a partnership of exhibitors in Hall 6, Stand D40, during the InterCool fair in Dusseldorf September 24-27.
Located in Bremerhaven, Germany, the 950th Transportation Company, also known as the Bremerhaven Terminal, operates adjacent to the port on the former Carl-Schurz Kaserne.
NYSE: GRA), which has a leadership position in specialized health care, today announced that a subsidiary is expected to enter into an agreement to acquire Riggers Medizintechnik GmbH, a manufacturer and distributor of dialysis products with headquarters in Bremerhaven, Germany.
Built in 1976, at Wartsila Shipyard in Turku, Finland, the 15,409-ton Island Holiday underwent refurbishments in 1984 in Bremerhaven, Germany and in 1997 in Freeport, Grand Bahama, where the ship is currently docked.
Training in molecular cell biology and endocrinology at Colorado State University, Fort Collins, USA and Bodega Marine Laboratory, UC Davis, USA will significantly foster the applicant s career development and reintegration into the European Research Area at the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven, Germany.
Following a voyage via the Suez Canal, Mediterranean Sea, and Atlantic Ocean, the ships reached destinations of Antwerp, Belgium, and Bremerhaven, Germany, during the month of August.
The company operates five cold stores in Bremen and Bremerhaven with a total capacity of about 200,000 cubic meters, and is positioned to serve both the German fishing industry (centered in Bremerhaven) and a number of internationally-minded German FF processors that have built plants in Bremen.
The 10,000-ton Queen, which has been operated by Royal Cruise Line, and earlier by Royal Viking Line, which built the vessel from Seabourn's original design concept, was originally slated for Seabourn back in 1990 as part of an agreement with a German shipyard, Schichau Seebeckwerft AG of Bremerhaven, Germany.
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