ESPO: THE FIRST PORT OF CALL FOR EUROPEAN TRANSPORT POLICY MAKERS IN BRUSSELS

The European Sea Ports Organisation is the principal interface between European seaports and the European institutions and its policy makers.

ESPO represents the port authorities, port associations and port administrations of the seaports of 23 Member States of the European Union and Norway at EU political level. ESPO also has observer members in Iceland and Israel.

ESPO organisation
ESPO Secretariat
Shortlist puts the ports of Bremen, Cartagena, Dunkirk, Guadeloupe and Riga in competition for the ESPO Award 2016… https://t.co/ylw0Sne76t
Tweet | 26 Sep 13:56
ESPO Secretariat
The ESPO award jury under the Chairmanship of Pat Cox is meeting in Brussels. Shortlist for ESPO award 2016 to be k… https://t.co/P0Ym9x1v98
Tweet | 26 Sep 10:29
Shortlist puts the ports of Bremen, Cartagena, Dunkirk, Guadeloupe and Riga in competition for the ESPO Award 2016
Press Release | 26 Sep 2016
Court of Auditors’ assessment of regional funded port projects in the period 2000-2013 may not prejudge the current TEN-T policy and financial framework
Press Release | 23 Sep 2016
Additional 1.4 billion euro for CEF direct grants: Commission proposals for EFSI 2 and Mid-term Review of the MFF
Press Release | 15 Sep 2016
Position paper on permitting and facilitating the preparation of TEN-T core network projects
Position paper | 31 Aug 2016
Port of the Month: Port of Constantza (Romania)
Port of the month | 29 Jul 2016
Eleven ports in competition for the ESPO Award 2016
Press Release | 04 Jul 2016
ESPO's Road Map to cut Red Tape in Maritime Transport
Position paper | 13 Jun 2016
More EU Budget for Transport – The Best Investment Plan for Europe
Position paper | 08 Jun 2016
ESPO position paper on port reception facilities
Position paper | 24 May 2016
ESPO's contribution to the first round of public consultation on the GBER
Position paper | 24 May 2016
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