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The Adriatic-Baltic Corridor: The NAPA perspectiveProf.Paolo COSTAPresident of Venice Port AuthorityVenice , 18th April 2013


1. The NAPA perspective2. NAPA and the EU Ports Policy3. NAPA and the EU TEN-T Policy(Core Network Corridors and Rail Freight Corridors)4. Estuary VS estuary delta model (multiportgateway)5. NAPA ports and the Adriatic –Baltic Corridor


1. The NAPA perspective


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New world scenarioInterregional TEU flowsTRANS-ATLANTIC2012: 7,5 MTEU ASIA-EUROPE2012: 20,3 MTEUTRANS-PACIFIC2012: 20,2 MTEUINTRA-ASIA2012: 20,9 MTEUNORTH-SOUTH AMERICAEAST COAST2012: 0,9 MTEUELABORATED BY V.P.A .ON MDS TRANSMODAL DATA, CONTAINERIZATION INTERNATIONAL 2013


NAPA: 2030 Container TrafficShare & Volume (‘000s TEU)< 10%11%-30%Helsinki-VallettacorridorAdriatic –Balticcorridor31%-50%51%-70%71%-90%SWITZERLANDBADENWURTTEMBERGBAVARIACZECHAUSTRIASLOVENIASLOVAKIAHUNGARY>91%MediterraneancorridorVENICECROATIABOSNIASERBIA6


2. NAPA and the EU Ports Policy


WHAT DOES THE “COOPETITION” MEANS?The NAPA record year (2011) for containers (teu) handling:PORT ∆% 2011/2010KOPER +23,6%RIJEKA +9,9%TRIESTE +39,6%VENICE +16,4%Source: NAPA data


3 . NAPA and the EU TEN-T Policy(Core Network Corridors and Rail Freight Corridors)


Inland waterwaysDirect connection to Po River waterways with river barges(Mantova Cremona-Milan)


4. Estuary VS estuary delta model(multiport gateway)5. NAPA ports andthe Adriatic –Baltic Corridor

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