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Since 1993, FEPORT represents the interests of a large variety of terminal operators and stevedoring companies performing operations and carrying out activities over 400 terminals in the seaports of the European Union.
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Press Release: GLEC EU Plenary meeting in Amsterdam: FEPORT engages in a constructive strategy review with other parties of the supply chainRead more ...
FEPORT Newsletter - November 2017Read more ...
Press Release: FEPORT members reiterate their commitment to voluntarily reduce their emissions and align the revised EEEG Guidelines with the GLEC frameworkRead more ...
Press Release: FEPORT adopts its strategic Roadmap 2018-2020 in view of the upcoming disruptive changes within the maritime logistics chain
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