The purpose of ISGINTT is to improve the safe transport of dangerous goods at the interface between inland tank barges and other vessels or shore facilities (terminals).
The CCNR organised an experts and follow-up workshop on “Low water periods and their impact on the navigation of the Rhine” on 18 January 2023, in Strasbourg and online. The presentations given during this workshop were of high quality and extremely rich. They also afford high hopes that this age-old low water phenomenon can be tackled.
The CCNR held its plenary autumn session on 8th December 2022, in Strasbourg. On the programme: the ongoing work on automation, the updating of police regulations, Rhine waterway-related issues, and the economic situation of the inland navigation sector.
On 8 December 2022, the Central Commission for Navigation on the Rhine (CCNR) and the Moselle Commission adopted their new cooperation arrangement.