Interview with the Port of Tallinn: The infrastructure upgrade reality - Revamping living, breathing harbours
The main problem with ports infrastructure development is the fact that it happens in a port, a hub of perpetual motion.
While upgrading facilities is a logical motive in a commercial environment that has to accommodate larger volumes of both passenger and cargo throughput, the reality of infrastructural change is far from straightforward.
In this interview, we speak with somebody who is spearheading this kind of change at one of the largest port enterprises on the Baltic Sea, and seeing where she has seen success and failure along the way.
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