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Testimonials

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)
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With the Port Centers Charter, the people of Marseilles are back at the heart of the port-city relationship!
Hermeline DELEPOUVE19 September 2017

Stakeholders in the territory of Marseilles have turned out in large numbers to sign the AIVP Missions Charter of a Port Center. Marseilles, France’s largest port city, joins the thirteen international port cities that are already signatories. The charter, which was ratified on Thursday 14 September at the Smartcity Forum, centres on the object of opening the port to the city’s population, involving the Port of Marseilles Fos, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Marseilles, Provence, the Bouches du Rhône Department, the Metropolis of Marseilles, and cities of Marseilles, Port-Saint-Louis-du-Rhône, Fos-sur-Mer and Port-de-Bouc.

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Stockholm Royal Seaport: towards a smart port city model
Denis DAVOULT30 August 2017
Interview with Johan Castwall, Chief Executive Officer, Ports of Stockholm

On October 2016, after three years of works, Ports of Stockholm inaugurated the new port of Värtahamnen. This reconstruction of Värtahamnen is part of the large urban development project, the Stockholm Royal Seaport. Stockholm Royal Seaport: this old industrial-port zone is gradually being turned into a port district which in 2030 will provide homes for 12,000 people, as well as 35,000 new jobs. Citizen consultation, new technologies, sustainable urban development, the project is nothing short of a demonstration of the smart port city. How the Port and the City of Stockholm are jointly working to achieve this ambitious goal?

Ports of Stockholm is member of AIVP since 2006
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Reserve your advertising space in the 2017/2018 edition of the Directory of Members of AIVP
Corinne MONNET12 July 2017

The AIVP directory is a targeted communication tool which enables the association’s active members to publicise their projects through the purchase of advertising space. The AIVP directory has existed since 2006 and is a favourite among members.

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Japan: 3 projects competing for tourist development around casinos
18 September 2017

The Yumeshima project, an artificial island in Osaka Bay, heads the shortlist at the moment. Located close to a container terminal, it includes several hotels, waterfront complex, green spaces, …

Full article : Casinopedia 28/08 ; Casinopedia 05/09

With the Port Centers Charter, the people of Marseilles are back at the heart of the port-city relationship!
18 September 2017

Stakeholders in the territory of Marseilles have turned out in large numbers to sign the AIVP Missions Charter of a Port Center. Marseilles, France’s largest port city, joins the thirteen international port cities that are already signatories. The charter, which was ratified on Thursday 14 September at the Smartcity Forum, centres on the object of opening the port to the city’s population, involving the Port of Marseilles Fos, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Marseilles, Provence, the Bouches du Rhône Department and the Metropolis of Marseilles, and cities of Marseilles, Port-Saint-Louis-du-Rhône, Fos-sur-Mer and Port-de-Bouc.

Full article: AIVP

Ports have an increasingly key role in the development of the circular economy
18 September 2017

They can unite different initiatives, provide a focal point for flows of materials or energy, act as logistics centres of course, and also house industrial clusters. Examples are appearing in places such as the Netherlands, the Danube region or Scotland. When combined with large land reserves, as in Hull, the potential is considerable.

Full article: Port Strategy / Hull Daily Mail / SCI

Partenaires
American Association of Port Authorities Baltic Ports Organization The World Association for Waterborne Transport Infrastructure European Federation of Inland Ports European Sea Ports Organization
International Association of Ports and Harbors International urban Development Association 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