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, Ukraine and Israel.

ESPO organisation
ESPO Secretariat
Just arrived in Livorno with the espo team, first shift. Now getting everything ready to welcome our members and th… https://t.co/JpB2qykB5y
Tweet | 21 May 10:40
ESPO Secretariat
A picture behind the scene: the #espo conference war room! checking all final details to get ready to welcome the 2… https://t.co/jm6t4pCeV6
Tweet | 17 May 13:29
Last call for the ESPO Conference 2019: don’t miss it!
Press Release | 10 May 2019
ESPO supports EU proposal to discuss a harmonized approach on scrubbers at IMO level
Press Release | 09 May 2019
Port pro of the month: Sotirios Theofanis (GR)
Espo in the press | 02 May 2019
The ESPO conference in Livorno (23-24 May) is approaching fast: are you ready to join us?
Press Release | 30 Apr 2019
ESPO congratulates Port of Huelva for renewing EcoPorts’ environmental standard (PERS)
Press Release | 18 Apr 2019
Register now for the ESPO Conference 2019 and be part of this annual highlight for the European port industry
Press Release | 03 Apr 2019
ESPO contribution to the Consultation on the Evaluation of the Consortia Block Exemption Regulation
Position paper | 08 Jan 2019
Position of the European Sea Ports Organisation on the Commission’s proposal on streamlining measures for TEN-T
Position paper | 01 Oct 2018
Position of the European Sea Ports Organisation on the European Maritime Single Window environment proposal
Position paper | 24 Sep 2018
Position of the European Sea Ports Organisation on CEF II
Position paper | 05 Sep 2018
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