Rationalising Mediterranean Sea Ways: 

from Southern-Eastern to Northern-Western ports

Welcome to the third Optimed Newsletter! In this issue you will discover the findings of the training course in Short Sea Shipping for future trainers that took place last February in Barcelona, and the progress on the preliminary design of the Porto Torres port’s new layout, unveiled during the visit to Porto Torres in March. In addition, all the news related to the participation of OPTIMED Project to the world-class International Logistics and Material Handling Exhibition which took place in Barcelona last June. Finally, an overview of the conclusions of the fourth Steering Committee, held in Barcelona (Spain) in June 2015.

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Optimed Project will participate in the International Logistics Exhibition (SIL) in Barcelona, June 9th to 10th: "An ideal opportunity to discuss with international operators and to promote Optimed project" - says the Councillor for Transport of the Autonomous Region of Sardinia, Mr. Massimo Deiana. The project proposes a new network scheme for the maritime trade between the northern-western and the southern-eastern shores of the Mediterranean "that would identify Sardinia, and in particular the port of Porto Torres, as the centre of important commercial relations across the basin" continues the Councillor.

Read more: Optimed Project at International Logistics and Material Handling Exhibition (SIL) in Barcelona.


The Steering Committee meeting of the project "OPTIMED - Rationalising Mediterranean Sea Ways: from Southern-Eastern to Northern- Western ports ", will take place on Monday 1st and Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014 in Barcelona, at the conference room of the Casa Llotja de Mar, Passeig d'Isabel II.

Read more: Optimed: next Steering Committee Meeting

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