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Media policy

To avoid misinterpretation or concerning incorrectnesses, MARIN pursues the following media policy.

  • MARIN requires inspection of the questions before an interview takes place (by telephone).
  • MARIN is willing to participate in live interviews on the condition that a pre-interview has taken place.
  • MARIN reserves the right on approval and rectification, to make modifications if actual incorrectnesses or unjust views are found or if the wrong conclusions have been drawn.
  • Publication of an article or use of material is only permitted after the consent (in writing or by e-mail) by your contact person at MARIN.
  • MARIN receives a proof copy if the information has been used in a piece of writing or an edited video.
  • MARIN reserves the right to use the published or edited material without prior permission, unless agreed upon otherwise.


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Ellen te Winkel

Communications Advisor

Andre van der Lugt

Manager Communicatie

Waterborne: Towards future-proof inland waterway transport in Europe

Sep 23, 2021

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The Waterborne Technology Platform welcomes the resolution of the European Parliament on the future of inland waterway transport in Europe.Inland ...
WiSP2 JIP still open for participation

Sep 17, 2021

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In recent years, there has been a resurgence of research on wind-assisted ship propulsion. After a very successful first WiSP JIP, the follow-up ...
New JIP on Foil Design

Sep 17, 2021

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Hydrofoil technology has been known for decades and mostly focused on the performance of hydrofoils in steady state conditions. However, there is ...

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