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Article by Prof. Psaraftis. Published in Lloyd's List, Jan 22nd 2004.
"Europe port 'patchwork' needs to be redesigned".

(PDF, 723 KB)


Letter to the Editor of Lloyd's List in response to Prof. Psaraftis' Article.


(MS Word, 27 KB)

 

 
INTRODUCTION AGENDA HOTEL INFORMATION PRESENTATIONS PHOTOS

AGENDA

Chairperson: Gerry Trant , Nautical Enterprise Centre Ltd

 

09.00 Keynote Address Patrick Verhoeven,
ESPO Secretary General
09.15 EC Ports Policy

Malcolm Colling , Short Sea Shipping Unit, DG TREN

Session 1: Tools for Establishing and Monitoring Motorways of the Sea

09.30 Designing and Assessing 'Motorways of the Sea' Sean O'Connor and Simon Pett, Nautical Enterprise Centre Ltd, Cork
09.50 Contributing to 'Sea Motorway' Efficiency through Port and Terminal Simulation Dr Felix Schmidt,
University of Ulster
10.10

Panel Discussion

  • Mike Warner,
    ABPmer
  • Robert Tremlett,
    Private Consultant

Chair:
Mr. Paul Valls,French Ministry of Transport and Equipment

10.30 Comments & Questions from the Floor
11.00
Coffee
 

Session 2: Training of Port's Personnel in Safety and Security

11.30 Passport Training - To Improve Safety and Security in European Cargo Terminals Carol Trant,
Accident Prevention Training, Cork
11.45 Preparing and Implementing Security Training Programmes for European Ports Jan Bakker,
Shipping and Transport College, Rotterdam
12.00

Panel discussion:

  • Robert Tremlett , Private Consultant
  • Professor Harilaos Psaraftis,
    National Technical University of Athens
  • Dr Dimitris Makris,
    Thessaloniki Port Authority
Chair:
Patrick van Cauwenberghe,
Port Authority Bruges-Zeebrugge
12.30 Comments and Questions from the Floor
13.00
Lunch
 

Session 3: "Efficient Intra-Eupean Cargo Movements: PortNet, SafeSeaNet and VTMIS Directive"

14.00 Rationale, Implementation and Benefit of PortNet Rolf Bäckström,
Finnish Maritime Administration
14.20 Safe and efficient maritime transport - A Regional Solution Mr Phillip Holliday,
Marine Manager, ABP South Wales
14.40

Panel Discussion

  • Lieven Dejonckheere, Maritime Administration of the Flemish Community , Belgium
    Mr I. Protopapas, Greek Ministry of Mercantile Marine
    J-M Piétri,
    Dieppe Chamber of Commerce

Chair:
Dr Dimitrios Lyridis, National Technical University of Athens

15.10 Comments and Questions from the Floor
     
Workshop Summary  
     
15.30
Significant points raised in each session, with recommendations and possible benefits
Session 1 Paul Valls  
Session 2 Patrick van Cauwenberghe  
Session 3
Dr Dimitrios Lyridis
 
     
15.55 End of Workshop  

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