About the Project - PROMARES
PRJ – PROMARES (local)
/ SO 4.1
Promoting maritime and multimodal freight transport in the Adriatic Sea
4.1: Improve the quality, safety and environmental sustainability of marine and coastal transport services and nodes by promoting multimodality in the programme area
Port Network Authority of the Eastern Adriatic Sea
- General public
- Local, regional and national public authorities
- Regional development agencies
- Enterprises, transport operators including operators of multimodal logistics hubs, infrastructure providers
- Transport associations
PROMARES enhance the transport planning competences by means of an in-depth cross-border study analysing each territory in detail, a dedicated training seminar and the elaboration of a cross-border action plan, to be tested through pilot actions; test ICT solutions for streamlining freight transport in the ports and the most relevant intermodal logistic node of the Programme Area, from the port to the hinterland and at cross-border level; set up an enduring cross-border cooperation network, simultaneously and innovatively combining a bottom-up (from stakeholders to policy makers) and top-down (from policy makers to concrete action) approach.
F&F – promares
Port Network Authority of the Eastern Adriatic Sea
VIA KARL LUDWIG VON BRUCK, 3
Trieste - Italy
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 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
North Adriatic Sea Port Authority – Ports of Venice and Chioggia
NASPA is a public body established by the Italian Law 84/1994. Its task is to guide, plan, co-ordinate, promote and monitor operations in the ports of Venice and Chioggia. It is also in charge of maintaining common areas and the seabed, overseeing the supply of services of general interest, managing the State Maritime Property and planning the development of these ports.
Contact person: James Orlandi
Venice International University
Venice International University is a private non-profit association of 17 universities from all over the world founded in 1995 based on San Servolo Island, Venice, Italy. Its mission is to foster cooperation among institutions facilitating the exchange of knowledge and ideas, by developing, promoting and organising joint research and training/capacity-building programmes. VIU thereby contributes to, and is an integral part of the internationalisation strategies of the member organisations.
Contact person: Luca Di Gioia
The “Interporto di Trieste”, i.e. the RailRoad Terminal of Trieste is divided into two parts: 1) Fernetti Area: located close to the Italian-Slovenian border, offering intermodal services and has the fundamental role of inland terminal of the Trieste Port. 2) Bagnoli Area (FreeEste): this area belongs to Interporto since December 2017 and it offers the same intermodal services as in Fernetti, with the development of new activities due to the International Free Zone Regime of the area.
Institute for Transport And Logistics Foundation - Itl
ITL is a “Body Governed by Public Law” and its shareholders and founders include the Regional Government of Emilia-Romagna, Local Authorities, Universities based in Emilia-Romagna and Ravenna Port Authority. Its goal is to develop the competences in transport and logistics in Emilia-Romagna Region, by supporting regional institutions, logistics nodes, as well as the port of Ravenna in the definition and development of policies and projects for improving transport and logistics.
Contact person: Eleonora Tu
Port of Ravenna
The Port of Ravenna is a multi-purpose port ranked first in Italy for the handling of cereals, food and feedstuffs, fertilizers, clay and metallurgical products. The 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.
Contact person: Alberto Squarzina
Central Adriatic Ports Authority
Central Adriatic Ports Authority has competence on the ports of Pesaro, Falconara, Ancona, San Benedetto, Pescara and Ortona. The port authority promotes the efficient development of infrastructure and supports actions to introduce innovation and improve freight and pax flows (11 mln tons and 1,2 mln pax per year respectively). Furthermore, the port authority is involved in a sustainable port-city relationship. The main is the port of Ancona, Core node of TEN-T network along the ScanMED corridor
Contact person: Elena Montironi
Southern Adriatic Sea Port Authority (Ports of Bari, Brindisi, Manfredonia, Barletta and Monopoli)
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. Its primary task is to direct, plan, coordinate, promote and control port operations and commercial and industrial activities in the port.
Contact person: Evangelia Piteni
RAM- Rete Autostrade Mediterranee Spa
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. RAM has been given by the Ministry the task of developing short sea maritime and intermodal transport services as an essential mean of connecting regions in the Euro-Mediterranean context.
Contact person: Valeria Cipollone
Port of Rijeka Authority
The Port of Rijeka Authority is a non-profit organization that manages, develops, and operates in the port area at four different locations. It is a port of special international and economic interest for the Republic of Croatia. It is responsible for all important activities concerning development and prosperity of port of Rijeka with the measures of improving directing, service quality, coordination of participants, transport fficiency, safety and environmental sustainability.
Contact person: Tvrtko Tomljenovic
Port of Ploče Authority
The Port of Ploče was established for managing and developing the port of Ploce and the port of the Metković. Its mission is to create all necessary preconditions for the development of the port of Ploče into a competitive location, which will satisfy port users in terms of speed, quality, reliability, safety, cost-efficiency and productivity of the services provided in the port.
Contact person: Darko Plećaš
University of Rijeka - Faculty of Maritime Studies
The Faculty of Maritime Studies is the oldest and the most significant higher education, scientific and research institution in the area of Maritime Studies in Croatia. The most important goal and task of the Faculty is to establish and develop suitable study programs, as well as to perform scientific research in the multidisciplinary area of Maritime Studies. Faculty continuously develops its cooperation with the national economy and actively participates in the development of maritime economy.
Contact person: Dražen Žgaljić
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