The human factor is the basis for the success of the CLINSH programme. The CLINSH participants sign up for a substantial part of this basis. Let’s meet these skippers in a series of interviews: who are they, which challenges do they face and what makes them tick?

 

“We need an incentive from the government.”

“We need an incentive from the government.”

Jan Drenth is the operator of two inland vessels: the Mejana and the Marajo. “We are taking part in the CLINSH project with the Mejana. First and foremost, with the aim of becoming greener, but…
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Skipper Johan Faasse, Philipskercke B.V.

Skipper Johan Faasse, Philipskercke B.V.

"Clients are attaching more importance to sustainable transport" Johan Faasse, director of Philipskercke B.V., did not hesitate when he read about the CLINSH project and the opportunity to invest…
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Skipper Wiemer Hoekstra (Endeavour B.V.)

Skipper Wiemer Hoekstra (Endeavour B.V.)

  “Sustainability and cost reduction go hand in hand” "We participate in CLINSH because we want to make our business more sustainable and because we are eager  to know the measurement…
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Skipper Wiemer Hoekstra (Endeavour B.V.)

Skipper Wiemer Hoekstra (Endeavour B.V.)

  “Sustainability and cost reduction go hand in hand” "We participate in CLINSH because we want to make our business more sustainable and because we are eager  to know the measurement…
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