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  1. 1. FUTUREMED Freight and passengers sUpporting infomobiliTy systems for a sUstainable impRovEment of the competitiveness of port-hinterland systems of the MED area 2S-MED11-29• Project Partner: Autonomous Region of Friuli Venezia Giulia- Central Directorate for infrastructure, mobility, spatial planning and public works• Component WP6: Reduction of externalities and the increase of efficiency of current infrastructures Phase 6.1: Current and potential clusters Phase 6.2: Stakeholders platforms Phase 6.3: Integration of infrastructural initiatives Pilot Project 2 AdriaWestMed Pilot Project 4 Agro-food supply19-20 July 2012 FUTUREMED Kick off Meeting 1
  2. 2. Phase 6.1: Current and potential clusters 01.09.2012 – 30.06.2013 Deals on port-dryport connection by the identification of success factors of existing clusters (port-dryport and port-hinterland logistics facilities) and the design and development of specific business cases for viable solutions to relieve port areas and speed up flows management Deliverable: Current and Potential Clusters Report19-20 July 2012 FUTUREMED Kick off Meeting 2
  3. 3. Phase 6.2: Stakeholders platforms 01.12.2012 – 31.05.2015 Constitution of stakeholders platforms (involving public and private sectors, bringing together port authorities, shipping companies, rail/road operators and logistics operators) and realization of a 3 year specific work program for the identification of solutions to improve the accessibility of ports. SP will act on the basis of the project activities (pilot projects) Deliverable: n.6 Stakeholders platforms19-20 July 2012 FUTUREMED Kick off Meeting 3
  4. 4. Phase 6.3: Integration of infrastructural initiatives 01.10.2013 – 31.05.2015  This phase will be addressing the integration of infrastructural initiatives able to improve the competitiveness of Mediterranean ports. Specific analysis of projects and programmes at EU (e.g. TEN-T ) and national level will befeeding discussion in stakeholders platforms in order to derive and establish standards of services, facilities, connections, practices, etc., which will be synergic with Phase 6.1 thus contributing to the improvement of port-dry-port connections, use of rail transport, etc Deliverable: Integration of Infrastructure Initiatives Plan19-20 July 2012 FUTUREMED Kick off Meeting 4
  5. 5. WP6 workplan and responsibilitiesTo better assure the achievement of all the expected WP’s outputs and results it will be necessary to define actions and outputs leaders in agreements with the LP and all the partners directly involved in WP’s activities (partners with allocated budget within one or all the 3 WP’s phases).• Phase 6.1: Current and potential clusters: action leader PP? Output leader?• Phase 6.2: Stakeholders platforms: action leader PP? Output leader?• Phase 6.3: Integration of infrastructural initiatives: action leader PP? Output leader?19-20 July 2012 FUTUREMED Kick off Meeting 5
  6. 6. Background of the Pilot Project 2 - AdriaWestMed To improve the integration of ports with the hinterland and the quality of services in the framework of the Motorways of the Sea (MoS) and the EU transport policy, capitalizing on the already existing Short Sea Shipping in the West Med (e. g. Grimaldi Lines service); To create a viable alternative to inland routes and to road routes and to transfer traffic away from the roads to alternative modes, thus minimizing current bottlenecks (i.e. border crossings), as well as contributing to the reduction of CO2 emissions in Europe; To better develop synergies among Med ports through coordination and promotion of common‐interest infrastructures (TEN‐T, MoS)19-20 July 2012 FUTUREMED Kick off Meeting 6
  7. 7. European and National Policy The European Union (Green Paper on Sea Ports and Maritime Infrastructure, 2006) has recognised the strategic role of the maritime transport giving that the “Motorways of the Sea” are considered as infrastructures able to relieve the road traffic congestion; At EU level, support for Motorways of the Sea has been substantially increased for the 2007- 2013 financial programming period, with the integration of Motorways of the Sea into the multi-annual work programme of the trans-European transport network (TEN-T), as a new specific action in the Marco Polo II programme; The EU policy fostering inter-regional port systems for an integrated development of maritime transport with the goal of improving the quality and efficiency the of Northern Adriatic port system and the connected infrastructures;19-20 July 2012 FUTUREMED Kick off Meeting 7
  8. 8.  “Napa – North Adriatic Port Association”, connecting Ravenna, Venice, Triest, Koper and Rjieka ports with a total traffic volume > 130 mln Tons and ranking on the European ports scenario immediately after Amburg port. The goal of the Association is to promote specific initiatives and activities suitable for developing the maritime and land transport from the hinterland to the“ new European Countries” and for promoting, at regional- national – international and european level, the coordinated planning of road, rail, maritime and ICT infrastructures in the Northern Adriatic arc, harnonising regulations and procedures – including custom and health ones – regulating the all port operations; Italy’s National Plan for Logistics 2011-2020 showing a new national port system in view of port networks strategy to be performed within strategic geographic area. The goal, whose value varies between 2 and 4 billions €., is to attract in the next years 2 Mln TEUs, coming today to Italy and neighbouring Countries through the more competitive Northern European Ports;19-20 July 2012 FUTUREMED Kick off Meeting 8
  9. 9. Synergies with other programmes PORTUS project (Perspectives On Inter-Regional Transport Unitary System) aiming at development of integrated logistic system between the main central and northern Adriatic ports which evaluated the relevance and the sustainability of an integrated network of the ports facing the Adriatic; SONORA project (South North Axis (PP), Central Europe 2007-2013, for the study, promotion and development of the Baltic Adriatic Corridor; ADRIATIC–DANUBE–BLACK SEA MULTIMODAL PLATFORM strategic project (aiming at improvement and organisation of intermodal services and procedures for a quality and less polluting integrated freight transport system between the sea and inland ports and the landlocked countries; EA SEA-WAY (Cooperation Programme IPA Adriatic 2007-1013 – aiming at promotion of new forms of cooperation between the east-west Adriatic ports, developing concrete integration projects, establishing new trans-Adriatic fast ferry lines and putting emphasis on intermodal transport.19-20 July 2012 FUTUREMED Kick off Meeting 9
  10. 10. Context and objectives of the Pilot Project 2 - AdriaWestMed To connect Spain with the East Mediterranean Region and then to reach the Central Europe emerging markets, the Balkans and neighboring countries, up to the Black Sea and the Middle East, through the Northern-East Adriatic ports; To manage maritime flows between Eastern and Western ports in the Mediterranean Sea; To improve the interconnections between the Spanish and Northern Adriatic ports in the Mediterranean Sea, thus stimulating commercial activities across the Mediterranean area, also with the southern Mediterranean countries.19-20 July 2012 FUTUREMED Kick off Meeting 10
  11. 11. Pilot Project results Introduce a new maritime freight service connecting Spanish and Northern Adriatic Italian ports, which does not exist at present, and is a key missing link in achieving the completion of major routes in the EU and Mediterranean MoS network; Develop a new logistics chain serving the exporters, importers and logistics operators that trade between Spain and East Mediterranean region. The service may also attract traffic originating in more distant areas, such as the Western Iberian Peninsula trading with the Balkans, or even further east, as in the case of the Black Sea; Improve dedicated infrastructures and services in the terminal used by the maritime services in the Ports areas; Develop intermodal services from the ports connected to the main consumption and distribution centres, where cargo using this particular chain has origin or destination; Reduce road freight transport across Europe between Spain and East Europe, and the associated societal (health, congestion, safety, accessibility, etc) and environmental negative impacts.19-20 July 2012 FUTUREMED Kick off Meeting 11
  12. 12. Main outputs A Feasibility project with detailed analysis developed with all stakehoders – public and private - direct involvement, in order to promote a new door-to-door logistics chain linking the hinterland of the Ports of Barcelona and Valencia (inland terminals in Zaragoza and Toulouse (FR) and logistic platform in Perpignan (FR) ) with the hinterland of the East side Adriatic ports, Trieste, Monfalcone, Porto Nogaro, Koper (Slovenia), Rijeka and Ploce (Croatia), Bar (Montenegro) through the Northern Adriatic ports; B Identification of shipping companies, forwarders, logistics companies’ interest on the proposed pilot project and private sector funding to help finance infrastructure or to contribute to start-up operating costs;19-20 July 2012 FUTUREMED Kick off Meeting 12
  13. 13.  C Networking between the Spanish and Northern Adriatic ports to offer a new door - to- door logistics chain linking the hinterland of the Spanish Ports and the hinterland of the East side Adriatic ports, developing a common marketing actions and advertising the North Adriatic System as the first transnational hub; 19-20 July 2012 FUTUREMED Kick off Meeting 13
  14. 14.  D Improve access to the peripheral and inland Eastern European basin through TEN-T corridors:  Corridor V(PP6) branch Vb – Rjieka – Zagreb - Budapest  Corridor V(PP6) branch Vc - Ploče – Sarajevo – Osijek - Budapest  Corridor XI – Bar – Belgrade  Corridor VIII – Adriatic-Black sea E Develop a reliable, stable and highly satisfactory freight and passengers service through:  Empty running: the service may help eliminating the number of returnable trips empty  Energy efficiency: better use of energy resources  European policy contribution: the service it’s expected to be efficient and priced competitively to compete with road transport19-20 July 2012 FUTUREMED Kick off Meeting 14
  15. 15. Impact and benefit On the partnership areas not participating in the pilot and on the areas not participating in the project:  the re‐positioning of the Med ports, and in particular of the East Med ports, among the transport routes which cross the EU;  the links and territorial cooperation experiences that FVG Region has with all the countries which lie on the east coast of the Adriatic (Balkan area);  the role as Lead Partner of FVG Region within a South East Europe ‐ SEE strategic project based on similar objectives and named Adriatic – Danube – Black sea multimodal platform (ADB multiplatform), providing an impact of project results on all the regions.19-20 July 2012 FUTUREMED Kick off Meeting 15
  16. 16. Thank you for your attention! Massimiliano Angelotti Ph. +39 0403774720 E-mail: massimiliano.angelotti@regione.fvg.it19-20 July 2012 FUTUREMED Kick off Meeting 16