INTERREG CRO-IT – INTESA
Interreg CRO-IT 2014/2020
Project title: INTESA – Improving the efficiency and safety of maritime transport in the Adriatic
Project acronim: INTESA
European co-financing: Interreg HR-ITA 2014/2020
Lead partner: Port of Venice Authority
Port of Rijeka Authority, partner
Total project budget: € 2,896,480.00
Project budget for the Port of Rijeka Authority: € 240,000.00
European co-financing: 85%
Start of the project 01.01.2019.
Completion of project 30.06.2021.
Official project website open!
Announcement of the initial (kick-off) project meeting (kick-off meeting), March 2019 open!
Initial (kick-off) project meeting held, March 2019 open!
Presentation of the project during the European Mobility Week, September 2019 open!
Project presentation in Klapeida, Lithuania, September 2019 open!
Project presentation at the Festival of Technical Culture, Rijeka, Croatia, open!
The 2nd meeting of project partners was held in October 2019 open!
The INTESA project establishes a network of national navigation systems of Italy and Croatia and the main port authorities of the Adriatic Sea (Venice, Trieste, Ravenna, Ancona, Bari, Rijeka, Ploce and Split) with the scope of harmonization and optimization of the procedures of the entire maritime transport process in order for the port and maritime transport system was more efficient and secure. The aim of the project is to improve the quality, safety and sustainability of maritime transport services within the region and to ensure an efficient and sustainable link between ports and hinterland.
MAIN ACTIVITIES OF THE PROJECT
The INTESA project envisages joint activities aimed at increasing the nautical accessibility and safety of major ports in the Adriatic through the adoption of real-time IT systems and navigation assistance, with the aim of improving maritime transport efficiency, navigation safety and harmonizing procedures in the Adriatic. Activities include optimizing the port procedure from unloading cargo from a ship by train or truck, optimizing the procedure of entering and leaving port; when increasing port activities in inclement weather, protecting safety and security requirements; when designing and implementing an integrated ICT tool for managing and transmitting maritime safety information to all ships on the Adriatic Sea.
- Ministry of Transport of the Republic of Italy
- Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure of the Republic of Croatia
- Italian Coast Guard General Command
- Italian Port Authorities Venice, Chioggia, Trieste, Monfalcome, Ravenna, Ancona, Bari Brindisi
- Croatian Port Authorities Rijeka, Ploce, Split