Tags (6) : Brussels
04/24/2015 | Industry / Transport
MEDITERRANEAN. Ports in southern Europe are working hard to lure container traffic from Anvers and Rotterdam. An increase in ro-ro traffic could follow in its wake.
Aftri, Algeciras, Anvers, Ashdod, Austria, Barcelona, Bavaria, Brussels, container, Croatia, Europe, European commission, Finland, France, Genoa, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Isemar, Israel, Italy, Juncker, Juncker plan, La Spezia, logisitic, Maghreb, Marc Grolleau, Marseille, Mechanism for interconnection, Mediterranean, Medlinks, MIE, Netherlands, Palermo, Paul Tourret, Rhône, Rijeka, ro-ro, Road Transport Association, Rotterdam, Scotlan, Shippax, shipping lines, Spain, Superior institute of maritime economy, Switzerland, Sète, Tangier, TEN-T, Trans-European Transport Network, Transcargo, transport
05/29/2013 | Mediterranean territorial issues
The Institute of the Mediterranean is preparing a three year plan to kick-start culture as an economic sector in the Southern Mediterranean. Version française
Algeria, Barcelona, Brussels, culture, economic reserach, Egypt, Euro-Mediterranean forum of economics science institutes, European Institute of the Mediterranean, european union, Femise, Henry Roux-Alezais, IEMED, IMPGT, Institut de la Méditerranée, Institute of the Mediterranean, Jean-Louis Reiffers, Jordan, lack of knowledge, Lebanon, Mediterranean, Morocco, Palestine, Robert Fouchet, the institute of public managfement and territorial governance, Tunisia
03/21/2013 | Industry / Transport
Limited to only one basic service between Marseille and Corsican ports, Maritime Public Services Outsourcing, currently under negotiation, regulates transport prices for passengers and freight. It also organises “skeleton services” in the event of a strike. Overview of the main changes announced for the assignees...
Bastia, Brussels, Corse, Corsica Ferries, european commission, France, La Méridionale, Marseille, Mega Express, Méditerranée, Nice, OTC, PSOs, Public Services Obligations, Public Services Outsourcing, Shippax, SNCM, Société nationale Corse-Méditerranée, The Transport Office of Corsica, Toulon, Veolia Transdev
02/12/2013 | Mediterranean territorial issues
MEDITERRANEAN. For its twentieth birthday, the Mediterranean Institute wants to bounce back by implementing its studies. Version française
10/29/2012 | Industry / Transport
From PDAs used in fields to control the amount of pesticides sprayed on the land, to RFID chips, bar codes and the networking of operators… New technologies dedicated to the traceability of fruit and vegetables help meet regulatory requirements and the information needs of consumers. When used...
10/16/2012 | Socio-economic assessments
A strong message was sent out at the G8 summit which took place in Deauville on 26-27 May 2011. At the summit, the world’s eight most industrialised countries decided to lend their support to the move towards democratisation that was started at the beginning of the year by Tunisia and Egypt. On the agenda: 40 billion dollars in assistance over three years.