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 Albania, Iceland, Israel, Montenegro, Ukraine and United Kingdom.

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RT: Autoridad Portuaria de Ceuta - Port of Ceuta
La Organización Europea de Puertos Marítimos (ESPO) felicita al #puertodeCeuta por haber sido certificado a través…
Tweet | 02 Feb 13:19
Bremen acogerá el 1 y 2 de junio la conferencia de la ESPO, el encuentro de los puertos europeos @ESPOSecretariat
Tweet | 02 Feb 12:34
ESPO Conference 2023 – Bremen- Time to save the date and look at the venue
Press Release | 31 Jan 2023
CINEA’s new online public dashboard: for information on EU funding programmes
Press Release | 31 Jan 2023
PERS-certification of the two Spanish ports of Ceuta and Valencia renewed
Press Release | 30 Jan 2023
Interview of Isabelle Ryckbost for Port Strategy – Never waste a good crisis
Espo in the press | 23 Jan 2023
Aqaba Container Terminal get PERS-certified
Press Release | 12 Dec 2022
Council further strengthens role of seaports in the TEN-T network
Press Release | 07 Dec 2022
Position of the European Sea Ports Organisation on the Commission proposal for a Directive amending the Directives on Renewable Energy, Energy Performance of Buildings and Energy Efficiency
Position paper | 02 Nov 2022
Contribution of the European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO) to the Call for evidence for the evaluation of the Consortia Block Exemption Regulation - October 2022
Position paper | 19 Oct 2022
Review of the EU Consortia Block Exemption Regulation
Position paper | 19 Oct 2022
ESPO adopts Valencia Declaration on Empowering Europe’s ports
Position paper | 18 Jul 2022
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