Collaboration protocol to be signed between the NAPA and BPO networks, Munich, 5 June 2013
The North Adriatic Port Association (NAPA) and the Baltic Ports Organization (BPO), both members of AIVP, will sign a collaboration protocol on 5 June 2013 in order to intensify cooperation between ports and offer the best route for transporting goods from Central Europe to the Mediterranean and the Far East.
The protocol will be signed at the 14th International Trade Fair “Transport & Logistics 2013”, to be held in Munich on 4 – 7 June 2013. The Port of Rijeka (Croatia), a member AIVP as well as of NAPA, invites visitors to go and see their stand on 6 June for a presentation on the port’s new installations.
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