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Presentations and videos of CAPTAIN Final Conference Trieste, November 16th

Presentations and videos of CAPTAIN Final Conference Trieste, November 16th

The final conference of the CAPTAIN project took place in Trieste on 16 November. This meeting had two fundamental moments: the opening, with the presentation of project results, and the end, with a round table to recap the results achieved.

Here you can find pictures and videos of the presentations

CAPTAIN goals and deliverables (Massimiliano Angelotti, Autonomous Region of Friuli Venezia)

The integration of ports with the hinterland and the transport networks in the Adriatic Ionian region: bottlenecks and proposed solutions (Roberto Mencarelli, RAM Rete Autostrade Mediterranee)

The harmonization of services for passengers with special needs in the Port system of the Adriatic - Ionian area (Walter Goruppi, Informest)

On the way to a more sustainable mobility in the Adriatic-Ionian region (Marina Zanne, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Maritime Studies and Transport)

Development of the Passenger terminal in Port of Bar (Rade Staniši?, Port of Bar Holding Company)

The importance of Corridor Vc for the Port of Plo?e (Asmir Kosovac, SERDA Sarajevo Economic Region Development Agency)

Integrating cross-border multimodal circuit (Region of Epirus / Regional Unit of Thesprotia)

Feasibility study on infrastructural interventions in Port of Split (Marijan Cukrov, Intermodal Transport Cluster)

Technical workshop “IPA Projects in the framework of the second Pillar of the EUSAIR Strategy: CAPTAIN and CARICA”

Presentation of the results of the CAPTAIN (Enrico Pastori, TRT consultant for RAM) and CARICA (Andrea Ballarin/Luigi Zanin, Veneto Region tbc) projects in the framework of the second Pillar of the EUSAIR strategy

 


 
Image - Presentations and videos Midterm event in Rijeka September 15th

Presentations and videos Midterm event in Rijeka September 15th

Presentations and videos Midterm event in Rijeka September 15th

On September 15th 2016 partners of the CAPTAIN project met for Infoday, Technical Workshop and MIDTERM event, hosted by Intermodal Transport Cluster.

Moreover, as a host of the event, Intermodal Transport Cluster took the chance to present new Italy – Croatia programme. 1. presentation-IT-HR 28.01.2016.

Lead Partner of the project, Autonomous Region of Friuli Venezia, illustrated the work implemented by the subgroup on transport for EUSAIR Pillar 2 “Connecting the Region” and the status of the Adriatic-Ionian Maritime Passenger Transport Observatory.

2. CAPTAIN _FVG_EUSAIR TSG23. Observatory presentation Rijeka_Informest

The partner Port of Bar Holding Company presented Development of the Passenger terminal in Port of Bar.

4. CAPTAIN_Rijeka_Port of Bar

Representatives of Intermodal Transport Cluster presented Port Emergency Management, Professional “Green Logistics” Personnel Training and Staff Specialization in Maritime Sector, Real Time Ports User’s Information’s related to the port infrastructure – Port of Split project proposals.

5. PortEmergencyManagement

6. GreenLogisticsPPT

7. RtPI

Mr Davor Kalini? presented his thoughts on Development of intermodal transport on corridor Port of Rijeka – Hungary/Central Europe.

8. Intermodal - Vb

University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Maritime studies and transport made a Focus on passengers’ transport on the way to a more sustainable connection of the Adriatic-Ionian region.

9. UL FPP, Rijeka, 15.9.2016

The meeting was a great success due to connection of potential partners from Programme area and their definition of project proposals which will be applied within upcoming Calls of mentioned Programme.

Here you can find pictures of the event and videos of the presentations


 
Image - Presentations and videos of Training Assistance to passengers with disability, Trieste, November 15

Presentations and videos of Training Assistance to passengers with disability, Trieste, November 15

Presentations and videos of Training Assistance to passengers with disability, Trieste, November 15

As partner of CAPTAIN project Informest organised a training aimed at port operators and managers of the Adriatic-Ionian area dealing with the demand of services to people with different needs and reduced mobility (disabled persons, elderly, minors, pregnant women, etc.) in port terminal structures of the area.

Here you can find the videos transmitted in streaming

Available training booklet and training slides presented during the event


 
Image - INFO DAY and Technical Workshop Vlore 25th and 16th November 2016

INFO DAY and Technical Workshop Vlore 25th and 16th November 2016

INFO DAY and Technical Workshop Vlore 25th and 16th November 2016

During the Info day held at University of Vlore “Ismail Qemali”, Albania, organized by Albanian Institute of Transport CAPTAIN project has been presented to attendees.

Representatives of Institute of Transport, Port of Vlore and Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure illustrated:

  • Capitalization of past Projects of the Adriatic IPA CBC Programme, Adriamob, EA Sea-Way, AdriaticMOS, through CAPTAIN Project.
  • Study of specific areas for the construction of Regional Logistics Terminals of Goods, as important nodes in MOS networks hinterlands
  • Improvement of Passengers Transport through the Port of Vlore
  • Measures to Support Intermodal Transport

Info day Agenda

Ilir Sako presentation (Albanian language)

The day after during the  Technical Session these themes have been discussed:

  • Maritime Shipping an Important Sector in Albania, as part of EUSAIR Strategy in the Adriatic-Ionian Area.
  • Department of Marine Sciences Mission and Organization, Future Priorities and Perspectives
  • Main Issues in the Albanian Maritime Legislation, Best Practices
  • Features of Maritime High Educations
  • New Technologies Impact on Maritime Safety and Security

Technical Workshop Agenda

 

Presentations in Albanian language:

Agroni Dukaj Features of Maritime High Educations                                                                                                                               

CAPTAIN_Prezantimi Agroni Dukaj

Ermal Xhelili Main Issues in the Albanian Maritime Legislation, Best Practices

CAPTAIN_Prezantimi Ermal Xhelili

Shkelqim Sinanaj Department of Marine Sciences Mission and Organization, Future Priorities and Perspectives    

CAPTAIN_Prezantimi Shkelqim Sinanaj

 


 
Image - Infoday and technical workshop in Corfu, November 23rd

Infoday and technical workshop in Corfu, November 23rd

Infoday and technical workshop in Corfu, November 23rd

In the framewok of CARICA project final conference in the Event Hall of the Port of Corfu was held greek CAPTAIN Infoday and technical workshop.

Mr. Roberto Mencarelli, Rete Autostrade Mediterranee Spa, presented main findings of the project.

Agenda


 
Image - Technical Workshop Koper November 21st 2016

Technical Workshop Koper November 21st 2016

Technical Workshop Koper November 21st 2016

 

Some pictures of the technical workshop held in Koper at Ferrarska organized by Faculty of Maritime Studies of University of Ljubljana. The Slovenian partner presented findings and outputs of the project and organized a Round table to discuss “Can the port of Koper become “Rotterdam” of the North Adriatic?”

Koper Agenda Technical Workshop

  


 
Image - A Technical workshop and an Info/Open Day organized by Faculty of Maritime Studies of  University of Ljubljana

A Technical workshop and an Info/Open Day organized by Faculty of Maritime Studies of University of Ljubljana

A Technical workshop and an Info/Open Day organized by Faculty of Maritime Studies of University of Ljubljana

Yesterday the technical workshop has been held in Koper at Ferrarska The Slovenian partner presented findings and outputs of the project and organized a Round table to discuss “Can the port of Koper become “Rotterdam” of the North Adriatic?”

Tomorrow November 23 the Faculty representatives will organize an Info-Open day in Belgrade at Hotel Moskva, Terazije 1.

The event will follow this programme:

10:00 ­­­­        Registration

10:30         Welcome and opening speeches

10:45         Presentation of CAPTAIN project goals and deliverables

11:15         Presentation of EA Sea-Way project

11:45         Coffee break

12:00         On the way to a more sustainable passenger mobility in the Adriatic-Ionian region

12:30         The role of ports in regional development

13:00         Networking lunch


 
Image - The importance of the port of Ploce a and the connection port with Corridor 5c themes of info day and technical workshop held in Sarajevo

The importance of the port of Ploce a and the connection port with Corridor 5c themes of info day and technical workshop held in Sarajevo

The importance of the port of Ploce a and the connection port with Corridor 5c themes of info day and technical workshop held in Sarajevo

As part of the project Capitalisation of traffic models in the Adriatic-Ionian network to support the development EUSAIR - CAPTAIN, Sarajevo Economic Region Development Agency SERDA organized info day technical workshop where they presented the project activities with a special focus on the port of Ploce, its importance for Bosnia-Herzegovina and the connection port with Corridor 5c.

Although the Croatian port of Ploce port is of great importance for the economy of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It stretches over 230 hectares, with 8 terminals to accept all types of cargo. Categorized as a universal port purposes and serves for handling almost all types of cargo that appear in international maritime transport. The total annual handling capacity of the port of Ploce is estimated at 4.8 million tons of bulk and general cargo, while the total storage capacity of 600,000 tons of liquid cargo. The largest turnover in the port achieved Bosnia and Herzegovina with 91.35%. The construction of new port terminals for handling containers and bulk cargo port of Ploce will become the preferred port, not only for traditionally present burdens of Bosnia and Herzegovina, but also other neighboring countries.

For the Port of Ploce is said that the door Corridor 5c corridor that is part of a pan-European network of transport corridors. Construction of motorway road traffic Corridor 5c, and the waterway Bosanski Samac-Vukovar port of Ploce will significantly increase traffic in the importance of combined transport by the Danube countries, said among other things representative of the Ministry of Communications and Transport of Bosnia and Herzegovina Mladen Goluža.U context of geo-strategic importance of the corridor, a key the importance of belonging to the port of Ploce by road and railway communications associated with its natural catchment area - Bosnia and Herzegovina - and revitalizing character, which she belonged. This of course, requires attaching significant attention to strengthening the port and its transhipment and storage capacities, because with a strong port of Ploce Corridor 5c would not be interesting only bosanskoherceogva?kim and Slavonian businesses, but to attract the flow of goods and people to the Central European market, said Goluža .

The Free Zone Port of Ploce are located Petroleum Terminals of the Federation Ltd. Plates, occupying an area of approximately 15 hectares. Total current utilization of the storage area is approx. 80000 m? and storage of goods from containers annually about 400 000 mT. According to CEO Joseph Tomic Terminals Ltd. Plates expandable storage capacity for oil products, as well as for other media (vegetable oils, acids, gas). Reconstruction of existing tanks is possible to increase the storage capacity of up to 20,000 m?. Tomic has emphasized the need for linking the terminal in Ploce and terminals in the Federation of FBiH Railways (system "ship-train-delivery of") which would contribute to a further reduction of prices of petroleum products on the BiH market for end users, but also reduce the burden on main roads truck tanks, reducing environmental pollution, increase traffic safety, especially during the tourist season.

Info day and technical meeting agenda

Infoday presentations

Kapitalizacija prometnih modela u Jadransko-jonskoj mreži za podršku razvoju EUSAIR-projekt CAPTAIN, Senior menadžer SERDA- Sanela Dževlan Sarajevo_Info_day_CAPTAIN_Sanela_Dzevlan

EUSAIR strategija i status njene provedbe u BiH, EUSAIR nacionalni koordinator za EU fondove Midhat Dzemic Sarajevo_Info_day_Eusair_Midhat_Dzemic

EA SEA-WAY Projekat u funkciji intenzivnijeg ukljucivanja BiH u Jadransko-jonske integracijske transportne tokove  Doc.dr. Azra Ferizovic, Fakultet za saobracaj i komunikacije Sarajevo Sarajevo_Info_day_Eusair_Midhat_Dzemic

 

Technical workshop presentations

Mogu?nosti Bosne i Hercegovine u korištenju fondova EU u periodu 2014-2020, s posebnim fokusom na raspoloživa sredstva za projekte iz oblasti transporta Technical_Workshop_DEI_Mirela_Vujica

Zna?aj Luke Plo?e za željezni?ki saobra?aj , Željeznice Federacije BiH, Fikret Mršo Technical_Workshop_Fikret_Mrso

Kapaciteti i zna?aj Luke Plo?e, Program menadžer SERDA-e Asmir Kosovac Technical_Workshop_Kosovac

Zna?aj Koridora Vc za Luku Plo?e , Ministarstvo komunikacija i prometa BiH Mlade Goluža Technical_Workshop_Mlade_Goluza

Naftni terminali Federacije d.o.o. Plo?e, Predsjednik Uprave Josip Tomi? Technical_Workshop_OPIS_NTF

 

 

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Image - Training Assistance to passengers with disability, Trieste, November 15

Training Assistance to passengers with disability, Trieste, November 15

Training Assistance to passengers with disability, Trieste, November 15

As partner of CAPTAIN project Informest organises  a training aimed at port operators and managers of the Adriatic-Ionian area dealing with the demand of services to people with different needs and reduced mobility (disabled persons, elderly, minors, pregnant women, etc.) in port terminal structures of the area. The training intends to offer a better understanding of disability and how to meet different needs, aiming to facilitate the integration of Adriatic-Ionian ports with the hinterland.

Moreover, it's objective is to improve services offered to passengers, providing all necessary instructions and solutions in order to guarantee such services, in terms of delivering available information and standardized assistance to passengers and improving the sharing data exchange by adopting ITC solutions related to people with different needs and reduced mobility among ports of the Adriatic-Ionian area.

The training,  held by CFLI experts in Italian with English simultaneous translation, will be held in Trieste at the Hotel NH, on November 15. The duration of the training is  whole day (morning and afternoon sessions), starting from 9.30 a.m.

The training is free of charge, and will be transmitted live in streaming

Please confirm your interest by sending a mail at info@captain-project.eu

 

 

Training contents:

* Reference background: culture and interculture about disability

* UNESCO: make culture

* Classification ICIDH: (International Classification of Impairments Disabilities and Handicaps)

* New ICF (International Classification of Functioning) standard

* ONU convention

* Physical, spatial and temporal sensation and perception

* Passengers with motor disability: characteristics, aids, moving

* Passengers with sensory disability (sight and hearing): characteristics and behavior formalities

* Passengers with mental disorders: characteristics and behavior formalities

  • Dedicated terminology

 

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Image - Final Conference Agenda, November 16, NH Hotel, Trieste

Final Conference Agenda, November 16, NH Hotel, Trieste

Final Conference Agenda, November 16, NH Hotel, Trieste

The crossborder event will be focused on passenger mobility in Adriatic Ionian Area. Register here: https://goo.gl/9IFOUc

Wednesday, November 16th 2016

CAPTAIN Project 

FINAL CROSS BORDER CONFERENCE

Captain_Final Conference_Agenda_

Venue: Hotel NH, Corso Cavour, n. 7, Trieste, Italy

 

09:00 – 09:30    Registration and welcome coffee

09:30                Opening session: CAPTAIN goals and deliverables

                         (Mauro Zinnanti and Massimiliano Angelotti, Autonomous Region of Friuli Venezia)

09:45                The integration of ports with the hinterland and the transport networks in the Adriatic Ionian region: bottlenecks and proposed solutions  (Roberto Mencarelli, RAM  Rete Autostrade Mediterranee)

10:00                The harmonization of services for passengers with special needs in the Port system of the Adriatic - Ionian area (Walter Goruppi, Informest)  

10:15                On the way to a more sustainable mobility in the Adriatic-Ionian region (Marina Zanne, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Maritime Studies and Transport)

10:30                Development of the Passenger terminal in Port of Bar (Rade Staniši?, Port of Bar

                        Holding Company)

10:45                The importance of Corridor Vc for the Port of Plo?e (Asmir Kosovac, SERDA Sarajevo

                        Economic Region Development Agency)

11:00                Integrating cross-border multimodal circuit (Andreas Lolis, Region of Epirus / Regional Unit of Thesprotia)

11:15                Feasibility study on infrastructural interventions in Port of Split  (Marijan Cukrov, Intermodal Transport Cluster)

 

11:45 – 12:30    Round table.

                        “How to improve the mobility in the Adriatic – Ionian area: from territorial cooperation to EUSAIR development”  

                        Moderator: Vittorio Torbianelli, University of Trieste

                        Stefano Dondi, Institute for Transport and Logistics Foundation - ITL, Bologna

                        Azra Ferizovi?, Faculty of Traffic and Communications, University of Sarajevo

                        Olja Cokorilo, Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering, University of Belgrade

                        Elen Twrdy, Faculty of maritime studies and transport, University of Ljubljana

                        Guido Piccoli, ALOT, Brescia

12:30 – 13:30    Networking lunch

13:30 – 15:30    Technical workshop “IPA Projects in the framework of the second Pillar of the EUSAIR Strategy: CAPTAIN and CARICA”

                        Moderator: Roberto Mencarelli (RAM, Rete Autostrade Mediterranee)

13:30 – 13:40    Opening remarks and general presentation of the workshop (Roberto Mencarelli, RAM)

13:40 – 13:50    The second Pillar of the EUSAIR strategy and the IPA targeted call on EUSAIR: General remarks (Carlo Fortuna, Friuli Captain_Final Conference_Agenda_Venezia Giulia Region, tbc)

13:50 – 14:30    Presentation of the results of the CAPTAIN (Enrico Pastori, TRT consultant for RAM) and CARICA (Andrea Ballarin/Luigi Zanin, Veneto Region tbc) projects in the framework of the second Pillar of the EUSAIR strategy

14:30 – 15:00    Open discussion on the Contribution of the Projects to the objectives of the EUSAIR Strategy

15:30                Networking coffee break

 

How to get to the Conference venue (maps and transportation):

http://www.nh-hotels.com/hotel/nh-trieste/map?_ga=1.152091711.787815359.1476864846




 
Image - Wednesday, 26th October 2016 CAPTAIN Infoday and CARICA Public event

Wednesday, 26th October 2016 CAPTAIN Infoday and CARICA Public event

Wednesday, 26th October 2016 CAPTAIN Infoday and CARICA Public event

Venue: Port of Bar (headquarters), Obala 13 jula bb, 85000 Bar, Montenegro
10:00 Registration
10:30 Welcome & opening
10:45 Project CARICA - Capitalization of Adriatic-ionian Reliable Intermodal Connections to support the EUSAIR Action plan (RAM – Mr. Roberto Mencarelli)
11:05 Project CAPTAIN - Capitalization of Transport models in Adriatic Ionian Network for supporting EUSAIR development (Regione FVG – Mr. Massimiliano Angelotti)
11:25 Port of Bar activities in CAPTAIN and CARICA projects (Port of Bar – Mr. Rade Stanišic)
11:45 Coffee break
12:15 IT systems in Adriatic ports (Actual IT – Mr. Boštjan Petelin)
12:35 Development projects in Port of Plo?e (PA Ploce – Mr. Svemir Zekulic)
12:55 IPA II Cross-border and transnational cooperation programmes (Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration of Montenegro – Ms. Anita Beriša)


 
Image - Technical meeting of CAPTAIN partners with Port Authority of Ploce

Technical meeting of CAPTAIN partners with Port Authority of Ploce

Technical meeting of CAPTAIN partners with Port Authority of Ploce

On 20th October representatives of the Serda and the Port of Bar had a technical meeting in Ploce with Port Authority of Ploce.

The meeting has been useful for the activities foreseen in WP3 of CAPTAIN project, as a matter of fact SERDA is in charge of  Analysis of Port of Ploce and Port of Bar of the Capitalization of ADRIMOB outputs.


 
Image - EU is working for safer and prosper seas and growth of maritime economy

EU is working for safer and prosper seas and growth of maritime economy

EU is working for safer and prosper seas and growth of maritime economy

To boost further the growth of maritime economy the EU invests in a Blue Growth strategy that supports sustainable growth in the marine and maritime sectors: aquaculture, ocean energy, coastal tourism, marine biotechnology, seabed mining.

To maintain prosperity on European seas and oceans all the member states have to keep them safe, secure and clean.

To respond together to the global challenges that affect the security of people, activities and assets in the global maritime domain, the European Council adopted the Maritime Security Strategy (EUMSS) for the global maritime domain. It is a joint EU plan built upon closer collaboration within the EU, across the regional and national levels. It seeks to increase awareness and ensure higher efficiency of operations. At the same time it promotes cooperation with third countries and regional organisations in order to enhance their capacities in the field.

The plan involves many diverse partners, from the local to the international level, thus ensuring safer seas for everyone. One of the main objective is to protect EU maritime interests worldwide. By working together more closely and planning ahead, the EU and its Member States can make better use of existing resources, and enter more effective and credible international partnerships.

The EUMSS is complemented with an Action Plan, a list of over 130 specific actions, organised around five key areas of cooperation, and a timeframe to drive the implementation of the EUMSS forward.

European territory depend on safe, secure and clean seas and oceans for prosperity and peace. It is through adequate maritime security that the rule of law can be maintained in areas beyond national jurisdiction and the EU strategic maritime interests can be protected.

Also World Maritime Day celebrated on the 29/09/2016 has been an important occasion to raise awareness of the importance of the maritime field.

With 50% of the EU population living in coastal regions, the maritime economy is of crucial importance for the EU economy as it represents 5.4 million jobs and generates more than €500 billion per year.

Furthermore, 40% of EU internal commerce is seaborne, The EU is a world leader in maritime transport as 30 % of world vessels and over 42% of the value of seaborne trade is managed by EU ship-owners, 90% of the global offshore wind capacity is installed in European waters and half of the world's wave and tidal energy companies are based in Europe, Coastal and maritime tourism employs 3.2 million people, generating a total of € 183 billion (over one third of the maritime economy).

More info: http://ec.europa.eu/maritimeaffairs/policy/maritime-security/index_en.htm 


 
Image - Save the Date CAPTAIN project Final Conference

Save the Date CAPTAIN project Final Conference

Save the Date CAPTAIN project Final Conference

CAPTAIN Final Conference will be held in Trieste Wednesday, November 16th from 9.30 until 14.00

Venue: Hotel NH Trieste, Corso Cavour 7 

Agenda and details will be available soon!


 
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EU Commission publishes state-of-play on EU Maritime Transport Strategy

EU Commission publishes state-of-play on EU Maritime Transport Strategy

The European Commission published on the 3rdOctober, a mid-term report on the implementation of its European Maritime Transport Strategy until 2018. The report describes actions undertaken in various areas of the Maritime sector: from safety and security, digitalisation, environmental sustainability and decarbonisation. In each of these areas the report explains the next steps, how to improve and develop the policies already in progress; presents the actions taken at European and international level on passenger ship safety, the work in progress to put in place an EU maritime single window and the efforts to curb the greenhouse gas emissions of international shipping and implement sustainable development.

Maritime transport is widely recognised as the most environmentally sustainable and energy efficient way of moving large quantities of cargo, but the need for a cleaner shipping has come into focus, considering the new goals that States set themselves.

The report also highlights the necessity of dialogue and mutual cooperation between the stakeholders and administrations and focuses on the importance of international cooperation, of which the project Captain is a concrete demonstration.

International cooperation can permit simplification of administrative formalities for shipping and maritime carriage of goods, facilitation of  international maritime transport of passenger and improvement of the infrastructures that lead to the development of tourism. Besides this the cooperation allows the collection of data, and the spread of best practices, the finding of common solutions and harmonization of procedures between Eu and non – Eu countries.

Taking into consideration the challenging economic circumstances the sector faces today and the fierce global competition, the report also highlights the importance of the digital innovation to promote competitiveness.

With this report the Commission also announces the launch of a comprehensive evaluation exercise of EU maritime legislation to ascertain whether this remains fit for purpose or adjustments have to be made within any of the five focus areas described.

Have a look at the whole document here:

http://ec.europa.eu/transport/modes/maritime/news/doc/swd(2016)326.pdf


 
Image - Agenda of CAPTAIN project Mid Term Event

Agenda of CAPTAIN project Mid Term Event

Agenda of CAPTAIN project Mid Term Event

Tomorrow Thursday, September 15th 2016 at Faculty of Maritime studies, Studentska 2, in Rijeka, partners of CAPTAIN project will meet again for a coordination meeting and Project  MIDTERM EVENT. The public event will start at 14.15.

The event will be open by hosting partner Intermodal Transport Cluster that will present Italy – Croatia programme.

LP of the project Autonomous Region of Friuli Venezia will illustrate the work carried out by the subgroup on transport for EUSAIR Pillar 2 “Connecting the Region” and the status of the Adriatic-Ionian Maritime Passenger Transport Observatory.

The partner Port of Bar Holding Company will explain Development of the Passenger terminal in Port of Bar

Intermodal Transport Cluster will present Port Emergency Management, Professional “Green Logistics” Personnel Training and Staff Specialization in Maritime Sector, Clean Adriatic Sea, Real Time Ports User’s Information’s related to the port infrastructure – Port of Split, Development of intermodal transport on corridor Port of Rijeka – Hungary/Central Europe.

University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Maritime studies and transport will make a Focus on passengers’ transport on the way to a more sustainable connection of the Adriatic-Ionian region.

Captain Midterm Event_Agenda 


 
Image - SAVE THE DATE: CAPTAIN Project  MIDTERM EVENT

SAVE THE DATE: CAPTAIN Project MIDTERM EVENT

SAVE THE DATE: CAPTAIN Project MIDTERM EVENT

Thursday, September 15th 2016 in Rijeka

Venue: Faculty of Maritime studies, Studentska 2, 51000 Rijeka, Croatia, from 2.30 p.m till 6 p.m

Partners of CAPTAIN project are organizing a mid-term event to involve relevant stakeholders on transport, associations, research centers and universities, general public to spread up EUSAIR and strategic project issues.

The following themes will be introduced and discussed:

  • EUSAIR Pillar 2 «Connecting the Region»: status quo on the work carried out by the «Thematic Steering Group» n. 2 (subgroup on transport):
  • The Adriatic-Ionian Maritime Passenger Transport Observatory
  • Development of the Passenger terminal in Port of Bar
  • Port Emergency Management
  • Professional “Green Logistics” Personnel Training and Staff Specialization in Maritime Sector
  • Clean Adriatic Sea
  • Real Time Ports User’s Information’s
  • The development of intermodal traffic between the Port of Rijeka - Hungary / Central Europe
  • On the way to a more sustainable connection of the Adriatic-Ionian region: Focus on passengers’ transport

Stay tuned: Final agenda will be available soon!

 


 
Image - Opportunity to raise awareness of the territory on the strategy for the Adriatic-Ionian macro-region

Opportunity to raise awareness of the territory on the strategy for the Adriatic-Ionian macro-region

Opportunity to raise awareness of the territory on the strategy for the Adriatic-Ionian macro-region

It was held in Trieste on July 15, at the Regional Council Palace, the 1st EUSAIR INFODAY of the CAPTAIN project, organized by the Central Directorate for infrastructure and territory of the Autonomous Region Friuli Venezia Giulia and Informest, respectively Lead Partner and the project partner, dedicated to the capitalization of transport models in the Adriatic-Ionian area to support the development of EUSAIR.

The public event was an opportunity to raise awareness of the territory on the strategy for the Adriatic-Ionian macro-region (EUSAIR) and illustrate how CAPTAIN intends to capitalize the results of AdriaticMoS, EA SEA-WAY and ADRIMOB projects financed by the IPA Adriatic Cross-border Cooperation Programme.

 

First InfoDay, Trieste 15 July 2016, Ppt presentation: 

2_CAPTAIN Infoday_Informest TS 15_07_16

First InfoDay, Trieste 15 July 2016, Pdf file: 

CAPTAIN _FVG_EUSAIR TSG2


 
Image - CAPTAIN Project InfoDay “Increasing the EUSAIR awareness”

CAPTAIN Project InfoDay “Increasing the EUSAIR awareness”

CAPTAIN Project InfoDay “Increasing the EUSAIR awareness”

Launching Conference of the IPA Adriatic 2007-2013 project #CAPTAINproject and info day on EUSAIR strategy Trieste , 15 July 2016.
The Autonomous Region of Friuli Venezia Giulia and Informest respectively Lead Partner and partners of the CAPTAIN project, organize in Trieste a public event for the official start of the project to raise awareness of the territory on the strategy for the Adriatic Ionian Macro-Region (#EUSAIR) and illustrate how CAPTAIN intends to capitalize on the results of
#AdriaticMoS projects, European Adriatic Sea - Way and #ADRIMOB already financed by the IPA Adriatic Cross-border Cooperation Programme.
Agenda : http://goo.gl/mG2JeG (IT) http://goo.gl/Iq6Iia (EN)


 

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Agenda of CAPTAIN project Mid Term Event Wednesday 14 September 2016