Guadeloupe: signature of the Missions Charter of a Port Center during the AIVP regional meeting – 26-27 March 2015

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© AIVP 2015The Tourism Committee of the Islands of Guadeloupe, the CCI of the Islands of Guadeloupe, the Guadeloupe Maritime Cluster, the Guadeloupe Maritime and Port Union, the cities of Pointe-à Pitre, Baie-Mahault and Basse-Terre, the Cap Excellence urban community together with the port authority Guadeloupe Port Caraïbes are entering the process of constituting a Port Center, and sign the Missions Charter of a Port Center on 26 March 2015.

The integration of the port into the lives of the population is of major importance for local players in Guadeloupe. By ratifying the Port Center Guadeloupe Port Caraïbes Charter, they all share their commitment to promoting the local maritime and port world and its challenges, above all enabling the population to re-assert their ownership of their Port.

Guadeloupe : signature de la Charte des missions d’un Port Center à l’occasion des Journées régionales AIVP – 26-27 mars 2015 © Guadeloupe-Port-Caraibes-2015

Left to right: Colette Koury (Présidente de la CCIIG), Willy Rosier (Directeur Général du CTIG), Jacques Bangou (Maire de Pointe-à-Pitre), Ary Chalus (Député-maire de Baie-Mahault), Jean-Pierre Lecomte (Président de l’AIVP) Marie-Laure Ciprin (Présidente du Cluster Maritime), Jocelyn Mirre (Président du Conseil de surveillance de Guadeloupe Port Caraïbes), Michèle Montantin (Présidente de l’UMEP), Yves Salaün (Président du Directoire de Guadeloupe Port Caraïbes)

The Missions Charter of a Port Centre defines the essential challenges and objectives of any Port Centre. It has now been signed by seven port-cities which have a Port Centre or a Port Centre project: Antwerp Havencentrum Lillo, Genoa Port Centre, Le Havre Port Centre, Leghorn Port Centre, Ashdod Visitor Centre, the Port of Montreal and Guadeloupe Port Caraïbes (port authority).
The Missions Charter of a Port Centre aims to accompany all those who are interested in opening their ports to the public, making young people aware of port-related professions and activities, and developing the emergence of a living port-city culture.

See also:
www.guadeloupe.aivp.org
Synthesis by Yann Alix & Olivier Lemaire
La Guadeloupe se dote d’une charte Port Center – www.franceantilles.fr
Journées régionales AIVP : le port, relais de croissance en Caraïbe – www.axellekaulanjanconsulting.com

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