Other studies and researches

 

Safety in a liberalized market for marine services

The pubblication contains the reports of the international conference "Safety in a liberalized market for marine services" held on 2/03/2012 within the project MEMO (Mediterranean Electronic Marine Highway Observatory). The pubblication has been co-financed by the European Transnational Cooperation Programme MED, within the project MEMO.

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"Safety in a liberalized market for marine services"
"Safety in a liberalized market for marine services"
"Venice Port Authority Business Case"
"Venice Port Authority Business Case"

 

 

Venice Port Authority Business Case - New EU Freight Corridors in the area of the Central Europe

The results of this study show how Mediterranean ports offer better energy, lead-time and GHG emissions performances than Northern European ports, and how North Adriatic ports are best positioned to serve destinations in Central and Eastern Europe.

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Intercontinental freight transport impact - Models for measuring consequences and choices

Through the study of transport and environmental efficiency to identify some of the main European port systems, the authors drew isochrone, isoergon and isocarbon curves for maritime-rail intermodality defining the most efficient and sustainable multimodal routes..

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