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
RT: Stefaan De Rynck
Our task is also to limit #Brexit cost for EU. Notices on preparedness to support stakeholders are in one place on… https://t.co/1OKt4q3ihk
Tweet | 20 Feb 19:20
ESPO Secretariat
Impact brexit on ports. Some interesting facts from @portofzeebrugge @DublinPortCo. @EP_Transport https://t.co/eNHTixKYcj
Tweet | 20 Feb 15:09
The European Federation of Inland Ports is looking for a new Director
Press Release | 07 Feb 2018
Is your port doing its best to create a good work environment for everyone? Submit your project for the ESPO Award 2018!
Press Release | 06 Feb 2018
Environmental priorities of European Ports
Espo in the press | 28 Jan 2018
Public consultation on the future of the EU budget
Press Release | 26 Jan 2018
ESPO supports more efficient but responsible management of waste from ships
Press Release | 22 Jan 2018
EU ports welcome Framework on Foreign Investment Screening as useful Instrument for an open Investment Environment
Position paper | 18 Jan 2018
EU ports welcome Framework on Foreign Investment Screening as useful Instrument for an open Investment Environment
Press Release | 18 Jan 2018
From Valletta to Tallinn: ESPO statement to mark the Maritime Year of the European Union
Position paper | 03 May 2017
ESPO's position on the Mid-term Evaluation of CEF
Position paper | 14 Feb 2017
ESPO contribution to the second round of consultation on a GBER for Ports
Position paper | 09 Dec 2016
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