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, Ukraine and United Kingdom.

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ESPO Secretariat
The Digitalization in Baltic #Ports – Practical Approach report has been released as a part of a deliverable assign…
Tweet | 08 Aug 07:52
ESPO Secretariat
@enisa_eu is organising the 2nd Maritime Cybersecurity Conference, co-hosted by EMSA, on October 14th in Lisbon. Th…
Tweet | 05 Aug 13:02
Seven ports in the running for the ESPO Award 2022
Espo in the press | 01 Aug 2022
ESPO adopts Valencia Declaration on Empowering Europe’s ports
Position paper | 18 Jul 2022
Seven ports in the running for the ESPO Award 2022
Press Release | 13 Jul 2022
ESPO is looking for a Senior Policy Advisor in the field of Energy, Digital, Safety, Trade Facilitation and Geopolitics
Press Release | 12 Jul 2022
Dublin Port Company receives its sixth PERS certificate
Press Release | 11 Jul 2022
Europe’s ports and terminal operators call for OPS where it makes sense in AFIR and FuelEU Maritime
Press Release | 04 Jul 2022
Europe’s ports welcome the EP adoption of a maritime ETS that addresses the issue of carbon and business leakage
Press Release | 24 Jun 2022
ESPO-EFIP Joint Position on the Revision of the Combined Transport Directive
Position paper | 26 Apr 2022
Position of the European Sea Ports Organisation on the Commission proposal for the revision of the Union guidelines for the development of the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T)
Position paper | 04 Apr 2022
ESPO Position on the proposal for a Council Directive restructuring the Union framework for the taxation of energy products and electricity
Position paper | 18 Jan 2022
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