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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RT: Marc Vanderhaegen
The wait is over. Today we open the 2nd #InnovationFund call for large-scale projects. Four months to the deadline…
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Still more than one month left to submit your proposals to receive grant support for studies to prepare your future…
Tweet | 25 Oct 17:28
The European Sea Ports Organisation urges EU policymakers to align discussions on AFIR and FuelEU Maritime
Press Release | 25 Oct 2021
ESPO Award 2021 shortlisted projects: Hamburg Port Authority
Press Release | 22 Oct 2021
ESPO presents its Environmental Report 2021 | EcoPortsinSights 2021
Press Release | 21 Oct 2021
ESPO congratulates the Port of Den Oever and the Port of Baku on achieving EcoPorts’ environmental management standard (PERS)
Press Release | 20 Oct 2021
ESPO Award 2021 shortlisted projects: Port Authority of Valencia
Press Release | 19 Oct 2021
Isabelle Ryckbost speaks at the the Barcelona New Economy Week
Espo in the press | 07 Oct 2021
Contribution of the European Sea Ports Organisation to the online public consultation on an EU Contingency plan for transport
Position paper | 27 Sep 2021
ESPO Position on the draft ITRE report on a European strategy for critical raw materials
Position paper | 28 Jun 2021
ESPO position paper on the revision of the TEN-T guidelines
Position paper | 30 Apr 2021
Position of the European Sea Ports Organisation on the NIS 2.0 proposal
Position paper | 10 Mar 2021
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