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Manual on Danube Navigation

Since its first publication in 2002, the Manual on Danube Navigation has become one of the major standard works in European inland waterway transport. It captures Danube navigation with all its achievements, developments and services and also identifies the potentials and possibilities of Danube navigation which are waiting to be used and promoted. The manual is directed to practicians in inland waterway transport and to anyone interested in navigation. As it also serves as a textbook used for professional training in this sector, the Manual on Danube Navigation contributes significantly to disseminating knowledge and inspiring future customers to use the environmentally-friendly mode of waterway transport. (Source:

The English Version, free of charge, is available here: Manual of Danube Navigation

The Romanian Version free of charge, is available here: Manual de navigatie pe Dunare


The manual presents general ideas and technologies / applications supporting RIS and it is free of charge. The publication first presents the concept of RIS and the national and European context in which it was developed. The chapters describe the support technologies used in this field, then the basic and advanced RIS services and applications which currently exist. The paper also contains a detailed description of the RIS systems in Romania as well as an analysis of the development perspectives of this field at national and international level.

The Romanian Version free of charge, is available here: RIS Manual

ARILOG is a voluntary non-profit professional and educational organization dedicated to promote and develop Romanian Logistics and Supply Chain Industry as well as to increase the visibility of the industry within the Romanian and International Economic world


The study undertaken in the framework of the cooperation between the European Commission and the CCNR. It provides an analysis of the integration of inland waterway transport in the European transport logistics chain from a regulatory, funding and transport economics perspective is undertaken.

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