In addition to strict prevention measures, the Port of Quebec has also implemented solidarity actions to assist people at risk as much as possible. To express its solidarity to the people, the Port has also illuminated several facilities symbolizing the rainbow.
Social responsibility is a matter taken very seriously by the Port of San Antonio. In response to Covid-19, and in permanent cooperation with the city council and neighbourhood councils, the port authority has conducted several decontamination actions, and is committed to support in different community facilities: hospitals, rural clinics, food markets, fishermen’s facilities, and even the city’s penitentiary centre.
We regularly add to our Guide of Good Practices, as mentioned in March 2020. These four latest examples provide insights into: ...
Italy was the first European country to suffer the full consequences of the COVID-19. In this article, Tiziana Murgia from Assoporti, Francesca Morucci and Massimiliano Barbera from the North Tyrrhenian Port Authority Network explain the main measures taken in the maritime sector to face this crisis. The authors also reflect on the serious consequences for passenger activities and the role of international organizations in the global response to the corona virus challenge.
The Port and the City of Livorno are elaborating joint solutions to better cope with Covid-19 and support local economy. On the cultural aspect, the Port is doing everything to conserve its link with the citizens: all the activities of the Port Center of Livorno have been uploaded on their website, and abundant “City Port” content is available online, to enjoy from home during the quarantine.
Besides developing initiatives to support the local society, the economy and maintain supply chain, the Port of Tarragona is also investing on port city culture the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic. As explained by the President Mr. Josep Maria Cruset, the Port has multiplied the activities proposed to children as well as adults. As an active member of the AIVP network since 1190, Tarragona is an example of the Port Authority’s commitment to the community.
How the actions of the national governments are complemented by the coordinated plans from ports and cities to help their citizens?
Despite the ongoing global health crisis, AIVP remains ‘open for business’ and available to deal with any requests or queries you may have.
The entire team here at AIVP is now working from home. We are fortunate to be able to do so, and are all in good health.
You can reach us by phone on +33 2 35 42 78 84, where Corinne LALLEMAND will be waiting to take your calls.
You can of course also contact us by email, as usual.
We hope you too are safe and well.
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Given the international health context of the Coronavirus, we inform you that the AIVP General Meeting, initially scheduled for next May 6 and 7 in Venice (Italy) is cancelled.
After discussions with our various partners, we will organise the statutory General Meeting on October 13, 2020, just before the 17th World Conference Cities and Ports which will take place in Tangiers (Morocco) from October 14 to 17, 2020.