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EU port cities and port area regeneration

27-04-2017

Ports have always been an important asset to Europe, serving as gateways to the rest of the world and as connection points to rivers across European territory. For centuries, ports and their cities developed hand in hand, the port generating prosperity for the city. This has changed with the industrial revolution, globalisation and the rapid development of containerisation. Most ports moved out of their cities and their mutual relationship began to suffer. Today, this relationship experiences a new ...

Ports have always been an important asset to Europe, serving as gateways to the rest of the world and as connection points to rivers across European territory. For centuries, ports and their cities developed hand in hand, the port generating prosperity for the city. This has changed with the industrial revolution, globalisation and the rapid development of containerisation. Most ports moved out of their cities and their mutual relationship began to suffer. Today, this relationship experiences a new dynamism, driven on both sides by the aspiration to revive ports after the recent crisis, while at the same time making the most of their potential as a stimulus for city life and regeneration. In recent years, a variety of policy options have been identified and their efficiency tested. Port authority organisations were among the first to realise that for ports to flourish in the long term, their cities also need to prosper, and began taking steps towards improving their mutual relations. The progressive development of the EU’s urban policies can pave the way to further joint development of ports and cities and offer new solutions to urban challenges, essential for achieving the smart, sustainable and inclusive society envisaged in the Europe 2020 strategy.

Ajutoare de stat pentru porturile maritime din UE

15-12-2011

Studiul analizează aplicarea normelor UE în materie de ajutoare de stat pentru investiţii în infrastructura din sectorul porturilor maritime și compară exemple recente de ajutoare de stat pentru porturi maritime din nordul și sudul UE în raport cu situaţia diverselor tipuri de organizaţii portuare. Constatările din cadrul studiului pot fi utilizate pentru dezbateri viitoare privind politica UE în materie de porturi din cadrul Comisiei pentru transport și turism.

Studiul analizează aplicarea normelor UE în materie de ajutoare de stat pentru investiţii în infrastructura din sectorul porturilor maritime și compară exemple recente de ajutoare de stat pentru porturi maritime din nordul și sudul UE în raport cu situaţia diverselor tipuri de organizaţii portuare. Constatările din cadrul studiului pot fi utilizate pentru dezbateri viitoare privind politica UE în materie de porturi din cadrul Comisiei pentru transport și turism.

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Karel Vanroye, Kees Verweij, Rikkert de Kort and Maja Koster (Buck Consultants International - BCI) Holger Kramer (Institut für Seeverkehrswirtschaft and Logistik - ISL) Gilbert Meyer, Delphine Dubreuil and Géry Deffontaines (Catram Consultants)

The Evolving Role of EU Seaports in Global Maritime Logistics - Capacities, Challenges and Strategies

15-10-2009

The market environment for seaborne trade has changed considerably within the last 15 years. Globalisation, offshoring and the unprecedented growth of containerisation have led to changes in maritime transport and logistics chains. The worldwide economic downturn of 2008-2009 has also had an impact on the ports and maritime sectors. Most ports and shipowners have experienced decreasing freight volumes or throughputs. This study aims to explain the impact of these developments on seaports and to formulate ...

The market environment for seaborne trade has changed considerably within the last 15 years. Globalisation, offshoring and the unprecedented growth of containerisation have led to changes in maritime transport and logistics chains. The worldwide economic downturn of 2008-2009 has also had an impact on the ports and maritime sectors. Most ports and shipowners have experienced decreasing freight volumes or throughputs. This study aims to explain the impact of these developments on seaports and to formulate recommendations for the European Parliament.

Autor extern

Karel Vanroye and Bart van Mol (Buck Consultants International) with the support of Catram Consultants and Institute of Shipping Economics and Logistics (ISL)

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