The Escola Europea de Short Sea Shipping chooses the AdSP of Civitavecchia as their Italian branchThe Escola Europea de Short Sea Shipping opens their first Italian branch at the Port of Civitavecchia
The Escola Europea de Short Sea Shipping, organiser among other things of the MOST (Motorways of the Sea Training), will open a branch in Italy, more precisely in the Port of Civitavecchia. Francesco Maria di Majo has given the news at the steering comittee held today (12th April 2018).
Here's the full press release.
Civitavecchia, 12th April 2018 – 11 years later, the Port System Authority of the Center-North Thyrrenian Sea holds the second steering committee of the “Escola Europea de Short Sea Shipping” with the presence of Francesco Maria di Majo, president of the local AdSP, Sixte Cambra, president of the Port of Barcelona, Paolo Emilio Signorini, president of the Port System Authority of the Ligurian Sea, Guido Grimaldi, sales manager of Grimaldi Group and Antonio Pedevilla, chief operating manager of Grandi Navi Veloci. In this committee the budget has been approved, the training projects have been illustrated – one regarding Civitavecchia – and the initiatives and courses that the School will offer next year have been presented.
The TransLogMED project has been presented during the operational meeting, a project that has just been approved by the Union for the Mediterranean and by the European Commission. The project aims to promote regional integration of the Mediterranean and employment in transportation and logistics, as well as to improve professional performance. TransLogMED aims to organize over 30 seminars and course for about a thousand transport and logistics professionals from Egipt, Algeria, Morocco, Tunis, Jordan, Italy and Spain.
“After the International Convention ‘‘Shaping the port of the future: the societal, economic and management challenges’’, held on the 10th April in the presence of Brian Simpson, coordinator of the programme Motorways of the Sea of the European Union and presidents Musolino and Giampieri – explains Francesco Maria di Majo, president of the Port System Authority of the Center-North Thyrrenian Sea – today is the closing of a series of events that have put the AdSP at the center of attention of shipping. "Once again, the will of the institution to work towards the Motorways of the Sea with the BCLink project. I'm proud of the fact that after 11 years – continues di Majo – Civitavecchia has held again the steering committee of the Escola Europea de Short Sea Shipping”.
Especially – concludes number one of Molo Vespucci – I take pride in announcing that the Escola has opened their Italian in Civitavecchia choosing the Port System Authority of the Center-North Thyrrenian Sea as their operational base”.
The Escola Europea de Short Sea Shipping - which founding partners are the ports of Civitavecchia, Barcelona and Genoa and shipowners Grimaldi and Grandi Navi Veloci - is a specialised center in transfering knowledge and training. The school has acquired in the last ten years an exceptional experience in training of staff and activities of developmentof the abilities related to efficient transportation and sustainable solutions, especially short-range sea transport, motorways of the sea and train and road transportation. At the same time, all partners of this project are leading providers of sea services in the Mediterranean.
The Escola started their activities in 2006 as a training center for European professionals in logistics, transportation management and international trading. Throughout the years, the school has gained experience and know-how in the areas of both national and international project management, communication, creation of content and promotion and development of logistical clusters in cooperation with prestigious European Institutions.