From 01 July 2016, all containers to be loaded on a vessel will need to be accompanied by a Verified Gross Mass (VGM).
On March 8th, the European Parliament will be voting on the Fleckenstein report on the proposal for a Ports Regulation.
On 25.01.2016, the TRAN Committee of the European Parliament adopted “en bloc” the compromise amendments on the proposal for the Port Services Regulation.
ICHCA and FEPORT join forces at global and European level to raise the profile of the cargo handling industry.
Yesterday afternoon, the Transport Committee of the European Parliament adopted the compromise amendments on the proposal for the Port Services Regulation.
Within less than six months, new SOLAS container weighing rules will come into force and there is still a lack of information and harmonization at national level regarding their implementation.
...and see you next year for the second Stakeholders' conference in December 2016.
FEPORT General Assembly members have formally welcomed ABP as a new member.
“When dialogue and cooperation between seaside and landside prevail, no further regulation is needed”
ETF and FEPORT high Level representatives have met in Hamburg on September 15th and 16th, 2015 to exchange about evolutions in the European port sector and explore possible agreements and common positions about issues of interest for both organizations.
July 16th, 2015, a high level delegation of private port terminals representatives and CEOs discussed with Commissioner Bulc the key role of private investors in the modernization and competiveness of European Ports.
On June 16th, 2015, Commissioner for Transport Violeta Bulc met with the ESPO, ETF, FEPORT and IDC to discuss the achievements, current work, priorities and expectations of the Sectoral Social dialogue Committee for ports.
Mr. Ottonel Popesco, President of the Board of PEMA and Mr. Gunther Bonz, President of FEPORT have today signed a Memorandum of Understanding.
Since June 9th, Genoa has been the capital of European private port operators. FEPORT, the European organization which represents the interests of the terminal operators and stevedoring companies.
June 1st 2015 being at the door, organizations, representing cargo owners, freight forwarders, port authorities, terminal operators, ship agents and shipping companies, express their concern about the implementation of the Reporting Formalities directive.
calling them to remain faithful to the spirit of the Athens Declaration regarding Short Sea Shipping.
In view of this week’s Transport Council debate about transport policy’s contribution to EU Competitiveness, transport associations voice their concerns on the way the Union is tackling transport infrastructure financing and development.
FEPORT, WSC and ECSA call for urgent and efficient action and commitments from Member States.
requesting them to ensure that the EFSI Regulation remains aligned with the existing CEF Regulation and that the money dedicated to transport infrastructure in the MFF and the CEF serves the transport objectives.
to give its vision regarding the main challenges for port terminals in the coming years.
that will take place from 17th to 19th March 2015 in Gdansk, Poland.
for a Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year 2015
The Sectoral Social Dialogue Committee for ports, meeting in Brussels on 12th December 2014 adopted the following statement:
All members representing national associations but also company members ie more than 1700 companies were present in Brussels for the meeting.
The Port of Koper in Slovenia has been awarded the 2014 ESPO Award in recognition of its work in creating a sustainable future for the port and its surroundings
On October 21st, 2014, the members of the European Sectoral Social Dialogue Committee for Ports have ...
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When in 2013 the European Commission initially proposed a Regulation on Market access to port services and ...