Testing the Way to Real Sustainability in Ports

Ports participating in the project

Port of Valencia

Valenciaport comprises the three ports managed by the Valencia Port Authority: Valencia, Sagunto and Gandia. This strong combination makes it Spain�s leading Mediterranean port in terms of commercial traffic, basically containerised cargo, particularly because of its dynamic area of influence and an extensive network connecting it to major ports around the world. Noatum Container Terminal Valencia is the main terminal at Valenciaport. The world's biggest container shipping lines call at the terminal and there are important connections via feeder services. It is the ideal maritime gateway for the Iberian Peninsula and its connections to the centre of Spain.

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Port of Koper

The Port of Koper lies at the northern edge of the Adriatic Sea and it is the only Slovenian international cargo port. It is a multi-purpose port where practically any kind of cargo is being handled and stored. In year 2008 the concession for the management of all the terminals has been given to the company Luka Koper. In year 2012 almost 18 million tonnes of cargo were handled in Koper - out of these the Container Terminal handled 570.744 TEUs . The most important hinterland markets are beside Slovenia, Austria, Italy, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia and other Central and Eastern European countries. Luka Koper has established an environment management system according to the ISO 14001 standard applying to all port activities already in year 2000. A decade later the environmental system was further improved in accordance to the EMAS scheme.

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Port of Livorno

The Port of Livorno is one of the largest Italian seaports and one of the largest seaports in the Tyrrhenian Sea basin. The port is also an important employer in the area, with more than 15,000 employees who provide services to more than 7,500 ships every year. The Port of Livorno is considered a major Italian port along the Tyrrhenian Sea Corridor, capable of handling all kinds of vessels (LoLo, RoRo, liquid bulk, dry bulk, cruise ships, ferryboats). The port mainly serves Tuscany, Emilia-Romagna, Umbria and Marche regions of Italy

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