Highlights

The Mayor of Mariupol (Ukraine) visit Le Havre

Hermeline DELEPOUVE14 February 2018

A delegation from the Ukrainian port city of Mariupol, with a population of 600,000 led by Mayor Mr Vadym BOICHENKO, visited France and in particular Le Havre to compare the running of the two cities.

Summary of work – Sister Ports 2017

Hermeline DELEPOUVE29 January 2018

Sister Ports is a global network of ports twinned with Le Havre harbour, which encourages port authority leaders to share their best practices in terms of management and development. HAROPA hosted the 17th Sister Ports Conference which brought together nearly 100 people and more than 15 world port authorities from 4 to 6 September 2017 in Paris, Rouen and Le Havre.

Debrief on AIVP’s study trip to Lisbon

Hermeline DELEPOUVE24 January 2018

As part of the study mission organised by AIVP on 19 and 20 October 2017, members of the network visited Lisbon, the capital of Portugal and a dynamic international port. The purpose of the trip was to explore the issue of port integration in a fast-changing urban territory.

AIVP is cooking up a great 2018!

Hermeline DELEPOUVE22 January 2018

On returning from the winter break, the AIVP team took part in a cookery-themed team-building exercise! Under the expert guidance of head chef Régine, they prepared (and then enjoyed) a two course menu.

The Dock Infos #108 is available!

Hermeline DELEPOUVE3 January 2018

In this last issue of 2017, you will find:

The focus on “City-Ports and territories: the challenge for the next decade”, an article by Carlos Moreno; A selection of the AIVP’s news; Extract of the interview “Ibiza, Balearic Islands, the great port-city transformation”, with Joan Gual de Torrella Guasp, Chairman of the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands And news of the AIVP’s network.

 

Ibiza, Balearic Islands. The great port-city transformation

Denis DAVOULT13 December 2017

An interview with Mr Joan GUAL DE TORRELLA GUASP, Chairman of the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands

Going for a stroll around Ibiza’s Marina today bears little resemblance to what the residents of this beautiful Mediterranean town, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, experienced less than a decade ago. The port on the largest of the Balearic Islands has seen considerable change over the last 15 years and is in the midst of a unique restyling project.

The Port Authority of the Balearic Islands is member of AIVP since 1995

New impetus for AIVP in the Indian Ocean

webmaster12 December 2017

From 29 November to 1 December 2017, AIVP’s General Management travelled to the island of Reunion for talks with local stakeholders, including the City of Le Port, Grand Port Maritime de la Réunion (GPMLR) , Territoire Cote Ouest (TCO), Région Réunion, Université de la Réunion, and others. During the visit, it was confirmed that Reunion will host AIVP’s first regional seminar for the Indian Ocean, to be held in late 2018.

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16th World Conference Cities and Ports – Submit your contribution!

Hermeline DELEPOUVE7 December 2017

We are pleased to welcome you in Quebec City from June 11 to 14, 2018, for our 16th World Conference on the theme NEXT GENERATION. With you, and following our exchanges of Rotterdam 2016, we would like to open 11 reflection areas to answer the aspirations of the citizens living in port cities. Undoubtedly, these areas are in the heart of your strategies, projects and actions.