PRJ – INTESA (local)
/ SO 4.1
IMPROVING MARITIME TRANSPORT EFFICIENCY AND SAFETY IN THE ADRIATIC
4.1: Improve the quality, safety and environmental sustainability of marine and coastal transport services and nodes by promoting multimodality in the programme area
North Adriatic Sea Port Authority
-Enterprises , transport operators
-Education and training organisation
INTESA project establishes a network among the National Maritime Administrations of Italy and Croatia and main port authorities of the Adriatic sea (Venice, Trieste, Ravenna, Ancona, Bari, Rijeka, Ploce and Split) with the scope of harmonizing and optimizing the procedures of the complete maritime transport process in order to make port and maritime transport system more efficient and safe. The project aims at optimizing the port procedure from unload of the cargo from the ship to the forward by train or truck, at optimizing the procedure to enter and exit from the port; at increasing port performances in bad weather conditions safeguarding safety and security requirements; at designing and implementing integrated ICT tool for the management and broadcast of the information on Maritime Safety to all ships en-route in the Adriatic Sea.
F&F – intesa
North Adriatic Sea Port Authority
SANTA MARTA EDIFICIO 13
Venice - Italy
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
Italian Ministry of Sustainable Infrastructures and Mobility - Coast Guard Headquarters
ICG acts as the National Competent Maritime Authority in charge of Maritime Rescue Coordination Centre; fisheries activities control; protection of the marine environment; safety of the navigation; port/ship security enforcement; managing systems to receive and distribute ships information by radio, satellite, radar; managing NAVigational TEXt messages international service; Port Management and Information System (National Maritime Single Window and European Maritime Single Window environment).
Contact person: Giuseppe Aulicino
RAM- Logistica Infrastrutture e Trasporti SpA
RAM – Logistica Infrastrutture e Trasporti Spa is the in-house company of Italian Ministry of Sustainable Infrastructures and Mobility dedicated to initiatives of data collection and evaluation of ports and logistics projects and investment plans; technical assistance for Conference of the Ports’ Authority and Partnership for Logistics&Transports; management of incentives for intermodal transport and of EU programs for TEN-T networks; communication and implementation of institutional projects.
Contact person: Arianna Norcini Pala
Port Network Authority of The Eastern Adriatic Sea
The Port Network Authority of the Eastern Adriatic Sea is a public body having as its primary task to direct, plan, coordinate, promote and control port operations and commercial and industrial activities in the ports of Trieste and Monfalcone. The Port of Trieste is the top ranking Italian port for total throughout, with more than 62 million tons (2018) as well as for intermodal transport, with almost 10,000 trains (2018) having as main markets Central and Eastern Europe.
Contact person: Alberto Cozzi
Ravenna Port Authority
Port of Ravenna is a multi-purpose port ranked first in Italy for handling of cereals, food and feedstuffs, fertilizers, clay and metallurgical products. Port of Ravenna Authority operates to direct, plan, coordinate, promote and control port operations, administers the State’s maritime assets, provides for the construction of port infrastructure and guarantees the maintenance of the common areas, with aims of strengthening the connection of the port infrastructures to the road/rail networks.
Contact person: Francesco Magagnoli
Central Adriatic Sea Ports Authority
Central Adriatic Ports Authority has competence on the ports of Pesaro, Falconara, Ancona, San Benedetto, Pescara and Ortona. ADSPMAC promotes the efficient development of infrastructure and supports the introduction of technological innovation to improve freight and pax flows (11 mln tons and 1,2 mln pax per year in pre-Covid period). ADSPMAC is also involved in a sustainable port-city relationship. Ancona is the main port, Core node of TEN-T network along the ScanMED and Baltic-Adriatic
Contact person: Guido Vettorel
Southern Adriatic Port Authority
Southern Adriatic Sea Port Authority manages the port areas of Bari, Brindisi, Manfredonia Barletta and Monopoli and coordinates the relations among the public and private operators for security, passengers and goods services. A Port Community System called GAIA , managed by the Port Authority is able to manage all the people accessing to port gates. Furthermore it has robust experience on EU Project management since 2006, strategic projects, on transport, environment and ICT.
Contact person: Evangelia Piteni
Rijeka Port Authority
Port of Rijeka Authority is a public institution for the governance, development and use of the Port of Rijeka. It manages a development of port capacities and is competent for granting concessions to private undertakings in the areas of port basins Rijeka and Sušak, basin Bay of Bakar, basin Omišalj Bay on the island of Krk and basin Raša in Istria. The main goal is to develop the Port of Rijeka as one of the most important transit ports in the northern Adriatic for European regional markets.
Contact person: Ivan Vukas
Port of Ploče Authority
The Ploče Port Authority aim is a public nonprofit institution that aims to manage, develop and use the Port of Ploče caring for the construction, maintenance, management, protection and improvement of the port area in Ploce and Metkovic, ensuring permanent and uninterrupted port traffic, technical and technological unity and safe navigation, coordinating and supervising concessionaires performing economic activities in the port area, managing the free port zone.
Contact person: Darko Plecas
Split Port Authority
Split Port Authority is a non-profit institution, established by Croatian Government, regulated by Maritime Domain and Seaports Act. Its main activities are: management of port area; ensuring port traffic; technical and technological integrity and safety of navigation; coordination and supervision of the operation of the concessionaires’ activities . Goal is providing excellent conditions and services in passenger traffic and increasing the competitiveness of cargo ports and goods traffic
Contact person: Josko Berket Bakota
Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure
Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure of the Republic of Croatia is a state body which provides administrative, legal and expert tasks for the transport and communications. For the maritime transport the Ministry carries out inspections, administrative activities for navigation safety, search and rescue, vessel traffic management, marine ship-source pollution protection, hydrographic activities, legal relations in navigation, in inland sea waters, territorial sea, economic zone.
Contact person: Ana Udina
Meteorological and Hydrological Service of Croatia DHMZ
Croatian Meteorological and Hydrological Service (DHMZ) is a national service for providing information on weather, climate, marine, hydrological and ecological phenomena and climate extremes. DHMZ is national authority for marine meteorological service in Croatia, with mission to improve knowledge on marine information systems for ships and harbors, and general public, to promote the standards and best practice for efficient service–to-ship weather information exchange at Adriatic Sea.
Contact person: Dijana Klarić
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