EU pumps millions into Dover-Calais route

The European Commission has announced a €143million (£104million) cash injection to develop ferry services on both sides of the Channel as part of the BRIDGE (Building the Resilience of International and Dependent Gateways in Europe) project, co-funded by the European Union under the Motorways of the Sea priority. In the UK, the investment will be ploughed into the Dover Western Docks Revival project, to improve the efficiency of the ferry ... [+]

Merseyside gains Euro-funds

The EU Commission has approved a joint bid by the Liverpool City Region Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP), the port of Brest, France and Leixoes in Portugal for the ATLANTIS project, part of the European Commission’s £1+billion Motorways of the Sea initiative. The City Region gains £370,000 to fund a range ... [+]

Motorways of the Sea comes to Liverpool

Liverpool is to host a conference on logistics infrastructure and the European Commission’s Motorways of the Sea initiative to streamline and promote intermodal maritime-based logistics chains. The free-to-attend conference is being held at No 1 Mann Island on 20-21 May, during UKTI’s Export Week, also being held in the city. Keynote ... [+]

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