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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AIVP has been on Facebook and Twitter since 2009. To stay closer to its members and promote more interaction, AIVP also has a LinkedIn and a YouTube profile.
AIVP has been invited to take part in the AAPA (American Association of Port Authorities) 2016 Latin American Congress of Ports in Merida. Olivier Lemaire, Director General will be the moderator of the working session dedicated to “smart ports – ports of the future: innovation in technological processes.”
EFIP, the European Federation of Inland Ports, and AIVP, the Worldwide Network of Port Cities, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to carry out cooperation and promotion activities jointly.
Photo: Philippe Matthis, AIVP President (left) and Roland Hörner, EFIP President (right).
For the 3rd UN Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development from 17 to 20 October 2016, AIVP has sought to offer a new perspective and promote the actions undertaken by port cities through the INTA Initiative, which will be debated in Quito.
The ESPO has chosen “Nature in Port” as the theme for the 8th Award on Societal Integration of Ports. The jury convened in Brussels on 26 September, drawing up a shortlist of five ports from the eleven proposals received: Bremerhaven, Cartagena, Dunkirk, Guadeloupe and Riga. The winner will be announced in Brussels on 9 November.
The Port of San Antonio, Chile’s first port by tonnage, aims not only to increase the volume of goods handled but also to ensure the development of human capital, essential criteria for ensuring competitiveness. The port also seeks to strengthen the link with the community and to promote the port city integration through citizen participation. The modification of the Urban Development Plan, in which the Port of San Antonio carried out an extensive participation program including a hundred meetings, is a perfect example.
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Urbicus work concerns a number of different locations, including ports, where functional requirements are particularly strong. “We develop the “Landscape ports” concept, where the landscape is treated as an indicator the quality of sustainable development” Jean-Marc Gaulier tells AIVP. Read the interview.
Developing the cruise business in Casablanca: AIVP offers support to SMIT – Société Marocaine d’Ingénierie TouristiqueSeptember 7, 2016 7:14 am Leave your thoughts
SMIT has approached AIVP to enlist the network’s help with its study on the development of the cruise industry in Casablanca. The study covers a range of aspects, including economic development strategy, ways of making the destination more attractive for tourism, and also promoting the urban integration and development of the cruise business locally.
Juliette DUSZYNSKI, Deputy Director of the Urban Development Agency for the Le Havre and Seine Estuary Region), and Co-Director of the Club “Maritime Territories” talks with AIVP.August 24, 2016 3:28 pm Leave your thoughts
The Club “Maritime Territories” was created in 2009, at the initiative of two French urban agencies (Marseilles and Le Havre) looking to create a club to discuss issues specific to port cities (sea and river ports). “This Club is an ideal forum for exchanges between city port stakeholders across the country and beyond” J. Duszynski tells AIVP. Read the interview.