Since 1993, FEPORT represents the interests of a large variety of terminal operators and stevedoring companies performing operations and carrying out activities over 425 terminals in the seaports of the European Union.
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Level playing field between EU ports and within the maritime logistics chain must remain high on the agenda of policy makersRead more …
FEPORT welcomes 2023 amendment of the General Block Exemption Regulation and reiterates the need for AFIR to be consistent - BrusselsRead more …
EU ETS Maritime: Managing bodies of Europe’s ports and Private Port Operators welcome Commission monitoring of carbon and business leakage, but call for early and robust action against evasion - BrusselsRead more …