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DaHar Support Forums - Status of DSF in each country -
Content : 1. Introduction DSF methodology – short presentation 2. Status of DSF in DaHar countries a) Austria b) Slovakia c) Hungary d) Romania 3. Upcoming events – organizations of the DSF
DSF methodology : short presentation DaHar Support Forums (DSF) represent an interface, a platform for consultation between all relevant actors involved (including stakeholders) linked to the major milestones of the project. Example of stakeholders : – European Parliament Members; – European Commission Representatives (DG MOVE, DG Ener, DG Environment, DG Regio,etc.) – Professional Association and Organizations of Transport Branches (FIA, IATA) – Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure; – Ministry of Environment and Forestry; – Chamber of Commerce; – Local governance; – Universities; – Business sector; – DaHar Project Partners; – NGO’s
DSF methodology : short presentation DaHar Support Forums (DSF) common platform DSFs common platform European Parliament Members DaHar Project Partners NGO ’ sBusiness sector Universities Local governance Chamber of Commerce Ministry of Environment and Forestry Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure Professional Association and Organizations of Transport Branches European Commission Representatives
DSF methodology : short presentation The DSF will bring DaHar and its partners’ stakeholders together to accomplish three main goals : 1.Inform the authorities and interested organizations about ongoing, upcoming, or tentatively planned DaHar activities that may have an impact on better integration of inland navigation within the transport logistical chain by focusing on the multi-modal and logistical development of ports. 2.Obtain input from the authorities and interested organizations about concerns, needs, or logistics that is relevant to transport planning and the optimal utilization of their port capacities. 3.Identify emerging issues for DaHar Partners and its transportation stakeholders that may affect the inland navigation, the transport logistical chain and utilization of their port capacities planning, preparedness, and execution, including inter-institutional consultation and cooperation.
DSF methodology : short presentation Organization : A DaHar chairperson will lead the DSF and will be responsible for overall operation of the group. A Planning Committee will assist the chairperson with developing the agenda for meetings and prioritizing issues for ad hoc working groups. Ad hoc working groups will form as necessary to work on specific tasks when issues are identified. Responsibilities : DaHar chairperson: The chairperson is responsible for providing feedback on strengthen the modal shift to the Danube waterway, cost efficient transport and logistics solutions from the DSF to the DaHar partners and various DaHar elements such as the Leaders of WP’s and activities. The chairperson is also responsible for designating the members of the Planning Committee and the ad hoc working groups, organizing annual meetings and webinars, following up on action items, and coordinating participation by other DaHar Partners and other elements.
DSF methodology : short presentation Responsibilities : DaHar representatives: representatives of the DaHar Partners with ongoing or upcoming activities will attend the meetings and provide comprehensive information regarding their plans, identify a single point of contact for information on WP’s and activities, serve on ad hoc working groups as requested, and respond to stakeholder requests for information in a timely manner. DSF participants: DSF representatives who participate in the DaHar project will attend meetings and webinars, provide their feedback on DaHar’s campaigns, respond to requests for information in a timely manner, coordinate with other agencies in their jurisdictions, and serve on ad hoc working groups as requested. The representatives will act as conduits for information between DaHar and their respective authorities and organizations. Planning Committee members: The Planning Committee will consist of designated persons representing European, National and local authorities. The Planning Committee members will serve on a rotational basis. Participants that serve on the Planning Committee will solicit input from other DSF participants, participate in regularly scheduled conference calls, assist with the development of the agenda for annual meetings/webinars, and monitor the progress made by DaHar and its stakeholders in resolving emerging issues related to transportation.
Status of DSFs in DaHar countries Stakeholders in Austria : Institution Mr/ MrsName IG Ö D Wiener HafenMrs.Mag. Monika Unterholzner Mierka Donauhafen KremsMr.Mag. Gerhard Gussmagg Linz Service GmbH - HafenMr.Mag. Harald Kronsteiner IG Ö D chairmanEnnshafen O Ö GmbH Mr.Mag. Christian Steindl Pro Danube Austria WK N Ö Mrs.Mag. Patricia Luger Pro Danube International Mr.Mag. Manfred Seitz DonaukommissionSekretariatMr.Horst Schindler WKO Ö Mr.Ing. Karl Jachs IV / Industriellen Vereinigung O Ö Mr.Mag. Manfred Luger EFIP Mrs.Director Isabelle Ryckbost President of Romanian Inland Ports UnionMrs.Carmen Costache DRS / Arbeitsgruppen Wirtschaftsbund O Ö Mr.Bundesrat Gottfried Kneifel FH Steyr Mr.Prof. Mag. Dr. Friedrich Starkl European Commission- Cabinet Mr. Hahn Mr.Stefan Zotti PIANC - International Navigation Association Section AustriaPresidentMr.Mag. Otto Schwetz EU Danube Region Strategy Technical Secretariat for Priority Area 1a: To improve mobility and multimodality: Inland waterwaysMr.Markus Simoner Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure of Romania Mrs.Christina Cuc INE (Inland Navigation Europe)General SecretaryMrs.Karin de Schepper
Status of DSFs in DaHar countries Stakeholders and target groups in Slovakia: Proposed target groups are divided into following categories: National and local administrations, government and authorities. Specialized state administration Academic sector Private sector Target group no. 1: -Ministry of Transport, Construction and Regional Development of the Slovak Republic (MDVRR SR) : COMODALITY & LOGISTIC DEPARTMENT, MARITIME NAVIGATION MARITIME OFFICE -State navigation administration (SPS a.s.) : DEPARTMENT OF NAVIGATIONAL SAFETY OF WATERWAYS AND PORTS -Ministry of environment of Slovak Republic (MŽP SR) : Regional Environmental Office in Bratislava, Regional Environmental Office in Nitra.
Status of DSFs in DaHar countries Stakeholders and target groups in Slovakia: Target group no. 2: -Public Ports, Plc. -Waterborne Transport Development Agency (ARVD) Target group no. 3: -University of Žilina : FACULTY OF OPERATION AND ECONOMICS OF TRANSPORT AND COMMINICATIONS Target group no. 4: -Private Sector: Inland waterway transport operators, Operators of logistics and transport services in public ports (ports operators), Companies interested in operation and provision of intermodal transport (using IWT) -Research and development organizations involved into development and implementation of services and technologies related to supporting inland waterway transport and RIS services.
Status of DSFs in DaHar countries Stakeholders and target groups in Hungary: Proposed target groups are divided into following categories: European, national and local administrations, government and authorities. Academic sector Private sector Observers Target group no. 1: -Mr Tamás Deutsch, the responsible HU representative of the DRS -Mrs Ildió Gáll-Pelcz, EP member, promised that she will help promote DaHar project’s in the EP -Mrs Barsy Pataky Etelka, the Government Commissioner for the Danube river in Hungary -Dr Pál Völner, State-secretary of the National Ministry of Development -Mr. Tamás Marton, water transportation expert, Head of Dept. at National Ministry of Development -Mr János Fónagy, State-secretary of the National Ministry of Development, ex Minister of Transportation (1998-2002) -Mr. Kristóf Szatmári State-secretary of Inland Economy
Status of DSFs in DaHar countries Stakeholders and target groups in Hungary: Target group no. 2: -College of Dunaújváros Target group no. 3: -Hankook HU, Mercedes-Benz HU, local industrial businesses, business people, partners in transportation Target group no. 4: -supporting and observer organizations of the DaHar Project
Status of DSFs in DaHar countries Stakeholders and target groups in Romania: Proposed target groups are divided into following categories: European, national and local authorities. Specialized state administration Academic sector Private sector Target group no. 1: Representative in European Parliament - Vice-President of Transport and Tourism Committee;Adriana Ticau Ministry of Transports and Infrastructure - General direction in transport regulationsLizeta Volcinschi - General Manager Ministry of Transports and Infrastructure - The general infrastructure, multimodal transport and private sector participationDana Galben - General Manager Ministry of Transports and Infrastructure - General Direction of external financial relashionship Alexandru Şerban CUCU - General Manager Ministry of Regional Development and Tourism Andreea Ţuţuianu - Counselor, SEE program Manager Ministry of EnvironmentDragos Nacuta - Spokesman Ministry of Economy, Trade and BusinessCristina Luncuţa - Manager Galati City HallDumitru Nicolae - Mayor Galati County CouncilEugen Chebac - President
Target group no. 2: Romanian Waters National Administration BucharestVasile Pintilie - General Manager National Environmental Protection Agency BucharestMihail Faca - President Environmental Protection Agency GalatiIngrid Mirabela Miron - Coordination Manager Environmental Protection Agency BrăilaLiliana Maria Ioan - Coordination Manager Environmental Protection Agency TulceaAndaluzia Luca - Coordination Manager Regional Environmental Protection Agency GalatiConstantin Petrea - Coordination Manager Romanian Center for staff training and improvement of shipping ConstanţaPopa Dorel - General Manager Romanian Center for staff training and improvement of shipping GalaţiDoina Munteanu - Manager Free Zone Administration GalatiMrs. Angela Ivan - General manager National Company Maritime Ports Administration ConstantaIoan Balan - General Manager Fluvial Danube Ports AdministrationCrisitian Nemţescu - General Manager River Administration of the Lower Danube GalatiFlorin Uzumtoma - General Manager Administratia Canalelor Navigabile ConstantaValentin Zeicu - General Manager Romanian Naval AuthorityPaul Branza - General manager Master Harbour Galaţi Octavian Gheorghiu - General Manager, Virgil Ciobanu - captain chief port Master Harbour BrăilaVladut Branza - captain chief port Master Harbour Tulcea Iulian-Dan Ichim - Manager, Ion Manole- captain chief port Icepronav SA Galaţi Alina Florea - Permanent Representative of the sole manager University Lower Danube GalaţiViorel Minzu - Rector Carmen Gasparotti Maritime UniversityCostel Stanca - Scientific Secretary Romanian Association of Ship Owners and River Ports OperatorsLeonard Lucian Cotigă - Executive Manager
Status of DSFs in DaHar countries Target group no. 3: “Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati, Mr. Lucian Georgescu, Dean of Faculty of Sciences Target group no. 4: Private Sector : Logistic operators, ship repairs, maritime agencies, transport companies on water and land
Upcoming events – organizations of the DSF Each partner will organize during March 2012 – September 2013 3 DSFs PP Ennshafen : 6-8 March 2012 PPs Galati Municipality and APDM Galati : proposed date for organizing the first event is 23-25 April 2012