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56th EMPA General Meeting started


published on 27 April 2022 143 -

Today the 56th EMPA General Meeting started in Antwerp.

Approx. 75 attendees meet to discuss these topics:

-EMPA Pilots Addressing the Climate Emergency

-Actions Pilots can take in reaching the goals set by the European Green Deal

-Digitalisation and Cyber Threats in Pilotage and the Maritime Sector

Full program can be downloaded here.

The conference will be accompanied by an exhibition featuring these companies:

-Abeking & Rasmussen

-AD Navigation

-Navicom Dynamics

-QPS

-Saab

-SeaSafe Systems

-Ship Handling Research and Training Centre

-Trelleborg

-TRENZ

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Geoff Topp Liverpool Pilotage Services Ltd, United Kingdom
on 28 April 2022, 16:23 UTC

I am sure that the EMPA delegates will have had another successful General Meeting which strengthens the connections between pilots throughout Europe who all tread the same pilot ladder steps as each other. Congratulations to thr Directors on continuing to enhance EMPA's influence and effectiveness. Geoff Topp Former EMPA President Topp
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