Le travail de l’AIVP permet aux différents acteurs des zones portuaires d’avoir une meilleure connaissance de l’activité des partenaires, de leurs difficultés, réussites et projets.

Jean-Claude Baron, Technicien environnement, Ville de Lorient (France)

L’AIVP nous fournit une source incroyable de références facilement accessibles soit lors des rencontres ou à travers les publications.

Sylvie Vachon, Présidente directrice générale, Administration portuaire de Montréal (Canada)

L’apport de connaissances sur les projets ville-port qui constituent une mine d’expériences et d’expertise à adopter.

Alexis Guie Yves, Chef du département communication, Port autonome d’Abidjan (Côte d’Ivoire)

Des ports et des villes du monde entier, des expériences de projets à toutes les échelles, des personnalités attachantes…

François Kern, Architecte urbaniste, Kern et associés (France)


Copenhagen: an extension on 9 new islands
21 January 2019

Conceived by Urban Power for the Danish government, Holmene while provide an extension to what is already the largest industrial zone in the country. It could create up to 12,000 new jobs in biotechnology, pharmaceuticals and life sciences. 230 ha will be devoted to these activities. In addition, 70 ha will be allocated to natural spaces accessible to the public for recreational and sports activities, or set aside for the preservation of biodiversity. Start of work in 2020 for completion in 2040.

Full article : Deezen (+images + vidéo) ; Citylab

Publication of a ITF and WBU study on the impact of automation on jobs in the transport industry
21 January 2019

This is the first independent study on this crucially important issue. Some 40% of the research focused on the maritime sector, including an analysis of the situation in 17 countries. The report stresses that the impact of automation will be gradual, bringing changes not just to jobs themselves but also to their location, potentially generating social tensions.

Full article: ITF Global / WMU

Port conurbation, cruise ships, canals, freeports: China is betting all out on shipping.
21 January 2019

In the south of the country, the government is developing its vision of the “Greater Bay Area” involving no less than 11 cities, with the port of Guangzhou playing the major role. This vision is twinned with the development of freeports to increase its attractions, and the construction of new canals to provide connections between the Yangtze and the Pearl River. And cruise ship ports will not be left behind.

Full article: Shanghai Daily / South China Morning Post / / Xinhua

American Association of Port Authorities Baltic Ports Organization UNCTAD / CNUCED - United Nation Commerce on Trade and Development The World Association for Waterborne Transport Infrastructure European Federation of Inland Ports European Sea Ports Organization
Green Marine MEDCRUISE - The Association of Mediterranean Cruise Ports International Association of Ports and Harbors International urban Development Association OECD / OCDE - Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Port Management Association of Eastern and Southern Africa Association de Gestion des Ports d’Afrique de l’Ouest et du Centre - Port Management Association of West & Central Africa Association for the Collaboration between Ports and Cities Associazione dei Porti Italiani Programa Integral de Investigación para el Desarrollo de la Ciudades Portuarias The World Bank / La Banque Mondiale WUC - World Urban Campaign