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 22 Member States of the European Union and Norway at EU political level. ESPO also has observer members in Iceland, Israel, Ukraine and United Kingdom.

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ESPO Secretariat
Sincere condoleances with this great loss. https://t.co/B1FRhRCeTW
Tweet | 11 Jan 19:31
Port pro of the month: Jean-Pierre Chalus (FR)
Espo in the press | 04 Jan 2021
New Year's Message from Annaleena Mäkilä, ESPO Chair
Press Release | 21 Dec 2020
ESPO Reaction to the draft Delegated Act on EU taxonomy
Position paper | 18 Dec 2020
Deal or no deal: border checks in EU ports are starting as from 1 January 2021
Press Release | 18 Dec 2020
ESPO Reaction to the Mobility Strategy
Position paper | 16 Dec 2020
EU Mobility Strategy paves the way for Green Deal implementation but needs a vision on seaports as engines of growth and recovery
Press Release | 16 Dec 2020
Contribution of the European Sea Ports Organisation to the public consultation on the proposal for a regulation establishing the EU Single Window environment for Customs
Position paper | 15 Dec 2020
Contribution to the Commission’s roadmap on a new approach for a EU sustainable blue economy
Position paper | 07 Dec 2020
ESPO congratulates the Port of Ceuta and Peterhead Port Authority for achieving EcoPorts’ environmental management standard (PERS)
Press Release | 04 Dec 2020
TEN-E review must recognise seaports as key players in the energy sector
Press Release | 03 Dec 2020
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