The “Athens Declaration” A Year On: Exploiting the Full Potential of Short Sea Shipping

Associations, European Union, Logistics, Organisations, Politics and Government, Ports & Terminals, Technical, Technology — By on May 6, 2015 at 4:53 PM
An areal view of the Passenger and Cruise section of the Port of Piraeus

An areal view of the Passenger and Cruise section of the Port of Piraeus

FEPORT together with CLECAT, ECASBA, ECSA, ECS, ESN, ESPO, Interferry and World Shipping Council has address an open letter to European policymakers calling them to remain faithful to the spirit of the Athens Declaration regarding Short Sea Shipping.

Through their individual contributions to the letter and collective agreement to refer to the Athens Declaration,  FEPORT together with CLECAT, ECASBA, ECSA, ECS, ESN, ESPO, Interferry and World Shipping Council call con the European Commission and Member States to work together and take practical and concrete measures aiming at exploiting the full potential of short sea shipping.

Please find the letter herebelow:

ATHENS DECLARATION – JOINT STATEMENT FINAL – APRIL 2015 (4)

 

The organisations endorsing this letter are:
ATH DECL 2015

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