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.

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RT: Violeta Bulc
#EUTransport Council meets today. We are going to discuss the agenda towards #CleanPlanetForAll 🌍 and… https://t.co/HiDmU2wrBA
Tweet | 20 Sep 13:16
RT: Puerto de Algeciras
🇪🇺 #ESPO analiza en #Algeciras el impacto del #Brexit en las dársenas europeas. El puerto español gestiona cada día… https://t.co/9JChXOqOV0
Tweet | 20 Sep 13:14
ESPO award jury puts the ports of Dover, Dublin, Stockholm and Union des Ports de France (UPF) in final competition for the Award 2019
Press Release | 20 Sep 2019
Strive for more at home to lead in the world
Espo in the press | 16 Sep 2019
The TEN-T review must recognise the new role(s) of ports
Press Release | 09 Sep 2019
TEN-T Review Consultation
Position paper | 09 Sep 2019
Nine port projects in the running for the ESPO Award 2019
Press Release | 04 Jul 2019
Joint ETF, FEPORT and ESPO statement about the study on the current development in the maritime and port sector
Press Release | 03 Jul 2019
ESPO Conference 2019: Pictures and speakers’ presentations are online
Press Release | 07 Jun 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
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