Since its creation, the Escola has completed various projects through the help of its Mediterranean partners, and through the help of the European Union. These projects are listed below. Click on the individual projects to read more about its aim and objectives:
The MOS4MOS project has come to completion. It was carried out by a group of 28 partners from Spain, Italy, Slovenia and Greece. It was.
The mission of the MOS4MOS project has been to provide the proper combination of measures for ports to become efficient gateways for SSS freight. It aims to achieve this through the following objectives:
To contribute to establishing a European maritime space without barriers
To facilitate and simplify the compliance with regulations (Customs, safety and other national and European rules)
To promote intermodal sustainable transport solutions that reinforce the EU Motorways of the Sea (MoS) strategy
To take full advantage of existing SSS services and facilities and promote a sustainable growth of these solutions
The project has been considered a success, and preliminary steps have been taken to launch a continuation of the prototype project.
To read more about the MOS4MOS project, go to MOS4MOS
The CoModalWeb 2.0 project is now nearning its completion. Launched in 2008, it has been completed in the summer of 2011. The project aims to contribute to the development of the co-modality and the logistics collaborative across the WEB 2.0 for the promotion of the Short Sea Shipping.
The GLAD Project was a common learning action that consisted of training courses with the objective of improving the logistics operators and logistics students understanding of intermodal freight transport, as well as increasing the demand for intermodal transport. The objective of this past project of the Escola Europea de Short Sea Shipping was to provide the information and tools required to promote the European notion of co-modality for those who take decisions about and manage logistics chains, or for those that will do so in the future (operators, shippers and students from countries, universities and training centres within the European Union).
The objective of 2E3S.com project was to provide operators, shippers and students from companies, universities and training centres within the European Union with training in maritime logistics and, in particular, in "Short Sea Shipping". The aim of 2E3S.com was to create a European School of Short Sea Shipping with the objective of providing the information and tools required to promote Short Sea Shipping as a profitable alternative in terms of service, cost and time to those who take decisions about and manage logistics chains or to those that will do so in the future.