The DAPhNE project which facilitates the further development of Danube ports as environmentally-friendly, easily accessible, multimodal hubs for regional transport and logistics has been consolidating the Danube Ports Network in the past ten months. Officially started on 1 January 2017, the DAPhNE consortium consisting of public authorities, port administrations, universities, consulting companies and NGOs from 9 Danube States is making important steps towards the achievement of the project goals: know-how exchange among the ports of the region, inter-sectoral and transnational cooperation and innovative approaches to port administration and port management.

Important progress has been recorded in the content-related project activities which touch on topics such as port legislation & funding, port administration & management, port development as well as port strategy & port network formation. Details about the progress made in these areas are summarized in the following articles of this newsletter.

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