The European Investment Bank (EIB) today formally agreed to provide €140m to support expansion and upgrading of the Port of Piraeus, the principal port of Greece...
On the eve of the latest round of UN ship climate negotiations at the International Maritime Organisation in London, a new report published by Seas at Risk and Transport & Environment has highligh...
More people than ever are aware that the giant ships carrying 80% of global trade are also giant polluters...
With heavy fuel oil covering 82% of the shipping sector’s energy needs, decarbonizing global shipping will play a critical role in achieving climate objectives, a new report by the International...
In line with the new cycle of the EU institutions where the European Parliament has just started its mandate and the European Commission's College is being composed, ECSA publishes its new strateg...
Five public and private partners are launching an experiment on 30 October for the development of the "Smart Data Services" platform in Le Havre, just weeks after the announcement of the res...
On behalf of the European shipping industry, ECSA (European Community Shipowners' Associations) expresses its support for the move by the European Commission and Member States to establish a&...
Having seen the French ports of Calais and Boulogne sur Mer merge into 'Port Boulogne Calais' in 2015, and with plans to do the same with Le Havre, Rouen and Paris by 2021 on the table, it see...
On 23 October 2019, EFIP members gathered in Strasbourg (France) for their annual Executive Committee meeting and to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the European Federation of Inland Ports (EFIP)...
ECSA is launching its ambitious Maritime Growth Plan on 28 October at an event attended by Member States, the European Commission, the European Parliament and its social partners...
Ammonia and hydrogen are promising potential fuels of the future in a decarbonized shipping industry, it was concluded at last week’s International Maritime Organization (IMO) symposium on sulph...
The logistics industry will be watching the result of the debate in Parliament tomorrow anxious that a no-deal scenario can be avoided with regard to Britain's seemingly imminent exit from the Eur...
The two Belgian ports expect the outcome within two years...
In a letter today to the EU's Chief Negotiator for the exit of the UK from the EU, Mr Michel Barnier, ECSA and its member the UK Chamber of Shipping strongly urge for a negotiated settlement that ...
All partners including Customs, the Port of Rotterdam Authority, the Port of Amsterdam Authority, PortBase and the involved municipalities are working hard on preparations for a possible no-deal Brexi...
EU climate commissioner-nominee Frans Timmermans plans to target shipping, aviation and road transport to cut EU CO2 emissions by 2030 more quickly than currently agreed, he told European Parliament m...
The number of ports belonging to ALIS as honorary members is growing fast: 36 in Italy and Europe, including Copenhagen and Malmö, including the largest port authorities in Northern Europe...
Port of Dover is as prepared as possible for the logistical challenges of Brexit, but chief executive Doug Bannister has warned that there would still be congestion and disruption, and the UK and Euro...
In January, new mandates handed down from the International Maritime Organization (IMO), an arm of the United Nations that writes and enforces global maritime regulations, go into effect concerning su...
Europe’s shipowners will once again join forces with the European Parliament, Council and European Commission to place shipping and maritime at the top of the agenda when European Shipping Week ...
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