Testing the Way to Real Sustainability in Ports


Ports participating in the project

Port of Valencia

Valenciaport comprises the three ports managed by the Valencia Port Authority: Valencia, Sagunto and Gandia. This strong combination makes it Spain�s leading Mediterranean port in terms of commercial traffic, basically containerised cargo, particularly because of its dynamic area of influence and an extensive network connecting it to major ports around the world. Noatum Container Terminal Valencia is the main terminal at Valenciaport. The world's biggest container shipping lines call at the terminal and there are important connections via feeder services. It is the ideal maritime gateway for the Iberian Peninsula and its connections to the centre of Spain.

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Port of Livorno

The Port of Livorno is one of the largest Italian seaports and one of the largest seaports in the Tyrrhenian Sea basin. The port is also an important employer in the area, with more than 15,000 employees who provide services to more than 7,500 ships every year. The Port of Livorno is considered a major Italian port along the Tyrrhenian Sea Corridor, capable of handling all kinds of vessels (LoLo, RoRo, liquid bulk, dry bulk, cruise ships, ferryboats). The port mainly serves Tuscany, Emilia-Romagna, Umbria and Marche regions of Italy

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Baltic Ports Organization

The Baltic Ports Organization is a regional ports organization inspiring and supporting its members while cooperating pro-actively with relevant partners. BPO was established on October 10, 1991, in Copenhagen, with an aim to facilitate cooperation among the ports and to monitor and improve the possibilities for shipping in the Baltic Sea region.

Development over the past years has proceeded very quickly and at present BPO has entered new, challenging and exciting phases. Currently, included in BPO are 45 of the most significant ports in the nine countries surrounding the Baltic Sea as well as seven friendship members. BPO is well-recognized within the BSR, in EU bodies and other European regions.

The organization's mission is to contribute to economic, social and environmental sustainable development of maritime transport and the port industry in the Baltic Sea region, thereby strengthening its global competitiveness.


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