About the Project - CHARGE
/ SO 4.1
Capitalisation and Harmonisation of the Adriatic Region Gate of Europe
4.1 - Improve the quality, safety and environmental sustainability of marine and coastal transport services and nodes by promoting multimodality in the programme area
RAM - Rete Autostrade Mediterranee Spa
- Regional development agencies
- Transport and logistics operators
- Transport associations
- Public Authorities and decision makers
CHARGE project capitalizes the results of IPA CBC Programme 2007-2013 CARICA project, aiming at promoting efficient and sustainable investments for infrastructural development of ports and logistics centers, through development of integrated action plans and financial roadmaps based on forecasted traffic flows.
The project will foster the intermodality and sustainable transport connectivity in the Area while supporting the decision-making process in the adoption of infrastructure investments and pilot activities
CHARGE - KEY PROJECT NUMBERS
RAM - Rete Autostrade Mediterranee Spa
VIA NOMENTANA 2
Rome - Italy
RAM is an in house company and implementing body of the Italian Ministry of Infrastructures and Transport, which is competent, in its scope of action, for the entirety of the Italian territory, including the Italian areas eligible for the Italy-Croatia CBC Programme, even though its official seat is outside of the Programme Area.
Contact person: Roberto Mencarelli
Central Adriatic Ports Authority
Central Adriatic Ports Authority is a NUTS I authority, whose competence and extension are defined by the Ministerial decree n.169/2016. As Core port of the ScanMed corridor of TEN-T network, the port of Ancona plays a strategic role as main gateway connecting South-east Mediterrean countries with the Northern and Central Europe countries, for passenger and freight traffic.
Contact person: Guido Vettorel
North Adriatic Sea Port Authority – Ports of Venice and Chioggia
The North Adriatic Sea Port Authority, ports of Venice and Chioggia (NASPA) is a public body in charge for planning, promoting and monitoring port operations, overseeing the supply of services of general interest, managing the State Maritime Property and planning the development of the port. NASPA activities span from developing the Port Community System, carrying out market analysis backing investments that increase its competitiveness, safety, security and environmental sustainability.
Contact person: James Orlandi
Intermodal Transport Cluster
KIP is a consortium governed by public law based in Rijeka established on the initiative of Croatian Ministry of Sea. Its members are all Croatian port authorities, ports, Croatian railways, major agents and freight forwarders and other transport stakeholders. KIP employs experts with vast experience in management of EU cooperation projects, ensuring the timely and smooth implementation of administrative and financial activities. In addition to transnational and cross-border cooperation.
Port of Ploče Authority
The Port Authority of Ploče, is organized in four sectors, which are divided in departments. The employees in the Port of Ploče Authority are very competent, high experienced in the port business including logistics, IT, environmental issues and other important fields. Port of Ploče has developed its own PCS system and has developed competences in the field of of bottleneck identification relevant for the project.
Split Port Authority
Port Authority Split was established pursuant to Decree of the Government of the Republic of Croatia on the establishment of Port Authority Split („Official Gazette“no. 45/97, 155/98 and 72/11, 114/14) for the purpose of managing, building and using the Port of Split. Port of Split, according its purpose is the port open for international public traffic, and according its size and importance, it’s ranked as the port of special (international) economic interest for the Republic of Croatia.
Contact person: Ana Matulic
Southern Adriatic Sea Port Authority (Ports of Bari, Brindisi, Manfredonia, Barletta and Monopoli)
The Port Network of the Southern Adriatic Sea gathers together the Ports of Bari, Brindisi, Manfredonia, Barletta and Monopoli all along the west Adriatic coast of Italy. The five-port infrastructure includes 57 quays of approximately 10km of total quay length, all connected to the rail and road network and served by two major international airports.
Contact person: Evangelia Piteni
Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure
Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure (MSTI) is a government body relevant for the implementation of project actions in the eligible area. Maritime Safety Directorate operates a wide spectrum of various maritime technical systems and equipment including highly sophisticated VTMIS system consisting of the national single window and SafeSeaNet, AIS, Radar, Meteo and other sensors.
Contact person: Toni Maricevic