On Friday 26th October 2012 the Partners of the European Project MoS 24 – ICT Based Co-modality Promotion Centre for Integrating PP24 into Mediterranean MoS, organized a seminar in Malta. MoS24 is a Pilot Action. Its main objective is to create a ’unique ICT multimodal Corridor between Northern and Southern Europe’ by connecting virtually the Corridor 24 with Mediterranean MoS. The Members States involved in MoS24 are Malta, Italy, France and Belgium. Malta Freeport is one of the Beneficiaries and Implementing Bodies of MoS24.
The Action will analyse the bi-directional transfer of goods from central Europe to Med Countries and to Med ports through the combination of PP24 and the network of MoS which interconnects to each-other through the Ligurian-French Port System.
The Pilot Action is developing a demonstrator of an interoperability platform (MoS24) for interconnecting existing ICT modules and making them interoperable. It will also deliver a service to users through the virtual MoS24 Co-modality Promotion Centre. MOS24 CPC aims at giving a significant example of multi modal ICT services offered to the transport community.
Due to having vast knowledge and experience in the area, Combined Maritime Services were invited to be one of the main speakers in this seminar. Presentation was entitled The relevance of Marco Polo & Short Sea Shipping to Malta’ and was delivered by Mr. Godwin Xerri, director of Combined Maritime Services Ltd.
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