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1.

YSTAD HAMN LOGISTIK AB

PORT OF YSTAD INFRASTRUCTURE

  • 1,007 Billion
  • Sweden
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PORT OF YSTAD INFRASTRUCTURE
Company Name YSTAD HAMN LOGISTIK AB
Funded By 37
Country Sweden , Western Europe
Project Value 1,007 Billion
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Description The project aims at increasing the capacity and upgrading the facilities of the Port of Ystad (Sweden) to meet the current market needs, by accommodating larger ferry vessels. Objectives Financing will cover the construction of two new deeper ferry berths at a new pier located in the outer port basin, as well as of related facilities in reclaimed areas located to the east of the new berths. It also consists of dredging works in the existing outer basin of the port, build a new breakwater south of the existing eastern breakwater with a new reclaimed platform for future port activities expansion and the extension of the breakwater at the western part of the port. Sector(s) Transport - Transportation and storage Proposed EIB finance (Approximate amount) SEK 445 million (EUR 41 million) Total cost (Approximate amount) SEK 1007 million (EUR 93 million)

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Company Name YSTAD HAMN LOGISTIK AB
Web Site https://www.eib.org/en/projects/pipelines/all/20180533

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Department of Public Works and Highways - DPWH

Ambal-Simuay River and Rio Grande de Mindanao River Flood Control Projects

  • 39,220 Trillion
  • Philippines
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Ambal-Simuay River and Rio Grande de Mindanao River Flood Control Projects
Company Name Department of Public Works and Highways - DPWH
Funded By 107
Country Philippines , South-Eastern Asia
Project Value 39,220 Trillion
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The project involves the construction of various flood management infrastructures such as dikes/revetments and flood gates, and conducting channel dredging among others Detailed description of the scope of works for each component: For Ambal-Simuay: • River widening and construction of parallel dikes along the river to the cut-off channel. • A new channel with a dike-to-dike width of 250 meters; • Dredging and excavation of an estimated 2.87 million cubic meters of materials to achieve the design river width, covering a total length of 11.2 kilometers; and • Construction of an 11 6- kilometer dike and a 9.1-kilometer dike along the left and right banks, respectively For Rio Grande de Mindanao • Channel dredging and construction of dikes, retaining walls and flood gates; • Dredging works covering a total length of 6 1 kilometers and an estimated volume of 7 87 million cubic meters of dredged materials; • Construction of the dikes and retaining walls with a total length of 25 kilometers; and • Installation of flood gates at every entrance or exit of the creeks connected to Rio Grande de Mindanao, with twenty three (23) flap gates.

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SUBSEA MECHATRONICS SL

High Accuracy, Cost-Effective and Eco-Friendly Dredging Solution

  • 71,429
  • Spain
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High Accuracy, Cost-Effective and Eco-Friendly Dredging Solution
Company Name SUBSEA MECHATRONICS SL
Funded By 38
Country Spain , Western Europe
Project Value 71,429
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Dredging is an essential part of economy, allowing waterways and relevant infrastructure to operate at optimal capacity in favour of global distribution of goods. It involves the removal of particles of sand, clay, silt and other substances deposited in the bottoms of coastal areas, ports and estuaries, navigable river beds... and is necessary to maintain the draft of the ports and fill their extensions, eliminate contaminated sediments or mitigate the effects of storms, creation of land and beaches, fishing and aquaculture, etc. Impacts includes turbidity at the point of dredging and at the point of discharge, and mobilisation, dissolution and dispersion of pollutants retained in the sediments. Actually, dredging activities are being reoriented due to environmental awareness and legal restrictions. Toolbot offers a solution for the last mile dredging operations where spots are hard to reach, where underneath infrastructures must be maintained or when conventional methods are oversized to actuate with precision. We make possible recurrent maintenance dredging in ports and marinas even in water dams due to an easy mobilisation by road truck using an underwater dredger vehicle. Our high accuracy Dredging ROV (Remote Operated Vehicle) prototype was developed through the Spanish CDTI in the e-Corydora project, finished in 2018, and it is currently in a TRL 7 and in the patent process in the EPO. Aiming at having a cost-effective and ecological integral dredging system, we have also developed a complementary discharge buoy that redirects the dredged sediments to the seabed avoiding the water column contamination. In this way, the idea is disruptive and breaks the market.

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Company Name SUBSEA MECHATRONICS SL
Address Calle El Salvador 29 3/B 35010 Las Palmas De Gran Canaria
Web Site https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/225120/factsheet/en

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CIRCLE SPA

Developing the methodology for a coordinated approach to the clustering, monitoring and evaluation of results of actions under the Ports of the Future topic

  • 1 Million
  • Italy
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Developing the methodology for a coordinated approach to the clustering, monitoring and evaluation of results of actions under the Ports of the Future topic
Company Name CIRCLE SPA
Funded By 38
Country Italy , Western Europe
Project Value 1 Million
Project Detail

The EU maritime transport constitutes a crucial link in the global logistic chains and plays a leading role in international freight transport. Serving 40% of the EU’s internal trade and 75% of its external trade, maritime transport is an essential element in supporting Europe in maintaining its Number 1 position in global trade. Therefore, as a key node of the EU’s TEN-T ports have the ultimate objective to fully integrate maritime transport into the global logistics chain. Within this framework, DocksTheFuture aims at defining the vision for the ports of the future in 2030, covering all specific issues that could define this concept including among others, dredging, emission reduction, energy transition, electrification, smart grids, port-city interface and the use of renewable energy management. The proposal already addressed a preliminary research on the Port of Future concept, the definition of several Port of the Future topics to be addressed and their related targets in 2030 and a preliminary list of projects that could be potentially clustered together with the RIA retained proposals. Moving from this point, DockTheFuture will: - refine and tune the Port of Future concepts, the Port of the Future topics and their related targets in 2030 and the list of projects to be clustered together with the RIA retained proposals, - identify appropriate KPIs and relevant monitoring and evaluation of results of actions - leading to the a Port of the Future Road Map for 2030 that will include a number of exploitation elements such as tools for evaluation and transferability of Port of the Future solutions, R&D and policy recommendations, training packages and the creation of a Port of the Future Network of Excellence All of these elements will be supported by a comprehensive Dissemination and Communication plan targeting all ports in Europe and other relevant stakeholders, including Mediterranean and other Neighbouring Partner Countries.

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Company Name CIRCLE SPA
Address Via Santa Radegonda 11 20121 Milano
Web Site https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/211465/factsheet/en

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North Carolina Department of Transportation

N.C. 12 Rodanthe Bridge

  • 145 Million
  • United States
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N.C. 12 Rodanthe Bridge
Company Name North Carolina Department of Transportation
Funded By 107
Country United States , Northern America
Project Value 145 Million
Project Detail

N.C. 12 – from the southern portion of the Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge to northern Rodanthe, including a section known as the "S-curves" – is susceptible to breaches caused by storms, including Hurricane Irene in 2011 and Hurricane Sandy in 2012. In response to severe beach erosion caused by Hurricane Sandy, the Federal Highway Administration in March 2013 approved emergency relief funds to pay for a beach nourishment project that used 1.6 million cubic yards of sand dredged from two sandbars in the Atlantic Ocean. The project – a short-term solution to preserve the highway until a long-term solution to the breach could be developed and built – was completed in fall 2014. As a long-term solution, the N.C. Department of Transportation plans to elevate this portion of N.C. 12 onto a 2.4-mile bridge – known as a "jug handle" – that extends from the southern end of the Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge over the Pamlico Sound into Rodanthe. The project – along with a bridge project on N.C. 12 near the Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge – is considered part of Phase II of the Bonner Bridge Replacement Project. County: Dare Status: Under Construction STIP Number: B-2500B Project Information Right Table Estimated Cost: $145.33 million Start Date: January 2018 Completion Date: Late ?2020 or early 2021

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Company Name North Carolina Department of Transportation
Address Pablo Hernandez, P.E. Resident Engineer Resident Engineers Office - Manteo Send Message (252) 473-3637 349-B Water Plant Road Manteo, NC 27954
Web Site https://www.ncdot.gov/projects/nc-12-rodanthe/Pages/default.aspx

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Ghana Maritime Authority and Volta Lake Transport Company Ltd

Beam Debre Debar Project

  • 2 Million
  • Ghana
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Beam Debre Debar Project
Company Name Ghana Maritime Authority and Volta Lake Transport Company Ltd
Funded By 107
Country Ghana , Western Africa
Project Value 2 Million
Project Detail

CORRIDORS MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR THE RING OF GROWTH IN WEST AFRICA (WAGRI-CACAO) 1. TITLE OF THE PROJECT: Beam Debre Debar Project 2. COUNTRIES OF INTERVENTION: Republic of Ghana 3. AREA OF INTERVENTION: Debre at Lake Volta (geographical location of the project or area covered by the project) 4. AREA OF INTERVENTION: Transport sector (sub-sector of seaways and inland waterways). (Economic field Transport 5. STRATEGIC AXES OF THE MASTER PLAN: (Main lines of the CACAO Master Plan in which the project is part) 4. JUSTIFICATION OF THE PROJECT (Brief presentation of the context and justification of the project)   The main watercourse for river and lake transport is Lake Volta, created in 1963 after impoundment during the construction of the Akosombo dam. Lake Volta covers an area of ??8,500 km2 and can store about 148,000 mw of water, which offers considerable potential for the development of river transport and a multimodal transport corridor. In addition, it is navigable for 420 km along the south-north road between Akosombo and Buipe, and there are many potential cross-roads east-west and other. Currently, Lake Volta supports three distinct transport services: (i) ferry crossing services at its strategic points, providing a weekly north-south ferry service that carries agricultural produce to the port of Akosomboau south; (ii) Northboat operations between the ports of Akosombo and Buipe carrying liquid / solid cargo and certain passengers; and (iii) informal boats providing access to peripheral areas away from the lake where access by road is non-existent or very limited. The Volta Lake Transportation Company (VLTC), the main public entity providing tug and ferry services, operates both ferry and barge services. It was incorporated in 1970 as a joint venture of the Volta River Authority (VRA) with 51% of the shares and two foreign partners (49%). However, in 1976, due to a slowdown in economic activity in the country, foreign partners sold all of their shares to VRA. Subsequently, the VLTC became a wholly-owned subsidiary of the VRA and operated as an agency of the Ministry of Transport (MoT).   In recent years, the "low water levels" (below 242 feet) in the lake have had the greatest negative impact on VLTC operations due to reduced precipitation in the lake watershed.   In addition to unreliable VLTC operations due to unpredictable water levels, the poor state of infrastructure, key equipment and assets also had a negative impact on VRAs credibility with key customers. The duration of the return journey on the route has been increased (from 7 to 9 days) and, as a result, the delivery of goods has often been delayed, leading to a loss of confidence among key customers and jeopardizing future supplies.   Although VLTC ferry crossing operations have traditionally been considered as social services provided by the Government of Ghana to communities in the watersheds of the lake that were displaced by the construction of the Akosombo Dam and subsequent creation from Lake Volta, operations in the South should be commercially viable and generate sufficient revenues not only to offset subsidized crossing activities but also to contribute to the owners profits. However, for various reasons (operations disrupted by drought / weather conditions and unreliable supplies), the VLTCVRA has not realized its financial potential over the years. In fact, these recurring losses have resulted in persistent financial losses for nearly two decades and have resulted in short-term debt accumulation, inability to repay long-term debt, and lack of capital for routine maintenance and replacement. key equipment and ferries). As a result, VLTC is currently unable to obtain working capital from commercial banks without counter-guarantees from the VRA. Therefore, the strategic plan must be proposed to the VLTC in order to identify and reconcile these operational and financial challenges. Part of this plan involves dredging the Debre bench to allow the company to operate successfully. 7. MAJOR STAKEHOLDERS Project management: (Promoter of the project: State, territorial collectivity, NGO, etc.) Ministry of Transport, Ghana Maritime Authority and Volta Lake Transport Company Ltd Project management: (Structure responsible for the implementation of project activities, AGETUR, AGEROUTE, etc.) Beneficiaries: (Structures and / or people who will benefit directly or indirectly from the effects of the project) Stakeholders including the population Other stakeholders: (Any other structures and / or people who will be affected positively or negatively by the project) Coordination and monitoring-evaluation  (How and where will the work be monitored and the project evaluated: Actors and Mechanism)   Mid-term and final evaluations will be conducted to assess the impact of the project 8. STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS   General objective: (Ultimate economic objective to which the project will contribute in the long term: impact) To develop and improve transport and services by inland waterways, thereby reducing transport costs and transport time for national and international transit, facilitating the rapid operation and expansion of trade, agriculture and economic activities Ghana and provide opportunities to improve the connectivity and livelihoods of rural communities along the shores of Lake Volta. Specific objective: • Ensure throughout the year river transport between north and south Expected results : (deliverables and effects) • (main activities or operation to be performed to produce the expected deliverables) The sandbar Debreretiré. This will ensure year-round navigation even if the lakes water level drops Main activities :  • (Main activities or operations to be carried out to produce the expected deliverables) Removing the sandbar • Lake mapping Environmental and social impact:  (What measures could be planned to reduce the negative effects of the project on its social and physical environment, gender analysis, ESIA?)   9. FINANCING PLAN Estimated cost of the project:  (Total amount needed to complete the project)   2.0 million USD Amount mobilized:  Rate: 0% Source:  Amount Funding modality (PPP, State Budget, Loan, Other)   GHS USD State:  N / A N / A Private promoter (individual):  N / A N / A Development partners:  N / A N / A Private partners (business) :  N / A N / A Other: N / A N / A Remains to mobilize:  2.0 million USD Rate: 100% 10. DURATION - MAIN STAGES OF THE PROJECT   Estimated time of realization  (Number of months needed to complete the project) 12 months Start: (estimated date)   January 2020 End: (estimated date)   December 2020

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Company Name Ghana Maritime Authority and Volta Lake Transport Company Ltd
Web Site http://www.uemoa.int/sites/default/files/bibliotheque/fiches_projets_ghana.zip

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Port of Rijeka Authority

Terminal for General Cargo (POR2CORE-GCT)

  • 7 Million
  • Croatia (Hrvatska)
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Terminal for General Cargo (POR2CORE-GCT)
Company Name Port of Rijeka Authority
Funded By 38
Country Croatia (Hrvatska) , Southern Europe
Project Value 7 Million
Project Detail

PROJECT DESCRIPTION In September 2018, the Port of Rijeka Authority’s project called Improvement of the infrastructure in the Port of Rijeka – Dredging at the AGCT (POR2CORE-AGCT dredging) was approved. The Port of Rijeka Authority had previously submitted the project at the call of the CEF Blending European Fund, under the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF).The project worth 13,9 million EUR will be carried out by the project coordinator the Port of Rijeka Authority in partnership with the concessionaire at the Brajdica terminal, Adriatic Gate j.s.c. The funds will be used to finance adjustments of the port to increase the capacities and the ability to accommodate larger vessels. The main goal of the project is to remove the bottleneck at the Adriatic Gate Container Terminal, to improve the handling of freight at the terminal and to enable the mooring of larger ships.

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Company Name Port of Rijeka Authority
Address Riva 1 51000 Rijeka, Croatia +385 51 351 177 +385 51 333 600 rijeka.gateway@portauthority.hr
Web Site https://www.portauthority.hr/en/european-projects/cef-por2core-gct/

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Department of Transport and Main Roads

Yarrabah Jetty project

  • 7 Million
  • Australia
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Yarrabah Jetty project
Company Name Department of Transport and Main Roads
Funded By 107
Country Australia , Australia and New Zealand
Project Value 7 Million
Project Detail

Land based construction associated with the jetty project began late December 2017. These land based works will include a shelter, toilet facilities, pavement, concrete kerbing, footpaths, a pedestrian ramp and street lighting (solar). The jetty will be 165 metres long. Due to tidal variations in Mission Bay it will be accessible by boats with a 1.3 metre draft about 55% of the time. A 1 metre draft vessel will have accessibility 70% of the time and the draft of a vessel determines the minimum depth of water a ship or boat can safely navigate. The project location in the vicinity of the towns current boat ramp is the most suitable option and will provide the best access to deep water. A full environmental impact study has found that this location has minimal environmental impact on the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. When completed the jetty will become an asset of the Yarrabah Aboriginal Shire Council. A Marine Parks permit is being sought by the Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) on behalf of Yarrabah Aboriginal Shire Council (YASC). The permit is for the construction and ongoing operation and maintenance of a single piled concrete jetty adjacent to the boat ramp on the south side of Gribble Point, Yarrabah. YASC will be the ultimate Permit holders and owners of the jetty and associated land based infrastructure. YASC is the responsible local government body for the proposed location of the Yarrabah Jetty and associated infrastructure. The proposal consists of a single piled concrete jetty adjacent to the boat ramp on the south side of Gribble Point, Yarrabah. No dredging is proposed nor is spoil disposal required in the Marine Park. Please note: TMR has applied for environmental approvals for the full extent of works outlined to support the present and future marine infrastructure needs of the Mission Bay area. However, the extent of works constructed as part of this project will be subject to construction tendered rates and what can be delivered within the available budget.

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Company Name Department of Transport and Main Roads
Web Site https://www.tmr.qld.gov.au/Projects/Name/Y/Yarrabah-Jetty-project

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Secretariat of Tourism

Beach Recovery in the Riviera Maya

  • 874 Million
  • Mexico
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Beach Recovery in the Riviera Maya
Company Name Secretariat of Tourism
Funded By 0
Country Mexico , Northern America
Project Value 874 Million
Project Detail

DESCRIPTION On December 1, 2018 there was a change of government at the federal level in Mexico, therefore all those projects that are in the preinvestment stage are subject to confirmation by the new authorities. The project consists of extracting, with self-propelled dredges, sand from an environmentally authorized marine bank for subsequent dumping in the coastal zone of the Riviera Maya. The objective is to create enough beach widths to preserve the Federal Maritime Terrestrial Zone (ZOFEMAT) and protect the existing infrastructure. It is planned to place three simple sand fillings in a length of 4.99 km, with a total volume of 1,764,805 m3. Additionally, 6 concrete structures are proposed in order to support the dumping of sand, the main function of these structures is to minimize the lateral losses of sandy material.

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Company Name Secretariat of Tourism
Address Contact José Ernesto Ruiz Delgado / General Director of Regional Development and Tourism Promotion
Email jruizd@sectur.gob.mx
Web Site https://www.proyectosmexico.gob.mx/proyecto_inversion/285-recuperacion-de-playa-en-la-riviera-maya/

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Secretariat of Tourism

Beach Recovery in Playa del Carmen

  • 760 Million
  • Mexico
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Beach Recovery in Playa del Carmen
Company Name Secretariat of Tourism
Funded By 0
Country Mexico , Northern America
Project Value 760 Million
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DESCRIPTION On December 1, 2018 there was a change of government at the federal level in Mexico, therefore all those projects that are in the preinvestment stage are subject to confirmation by the new authorities. The project consists of extracting, with self-propelled dredges, sand from an environmentally authorized marine bank for subsequent dumping in the coastal area of ??Playa del Cármen. The objective is to create enough beach widths to preserve the Federal Maritime Terrestrial Zone (ZOFEMAT) and protect the existing infrastructure. The project considers a length of 8.6 km, as well as the filling of two pits detected during the characterization of the site. A total of 2.5 million m3 of sand will be poured. It is planned to build a support structure of 125 m in length based on concrete cubes, whose main function will be to maintain the constructed beach widths stable.

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Company Name Secretariat of Tourism
Address Contact José Ernesto Ruiz Delgado / General Director of Regional Development and Tourism Promotion
Email jruizd@sectur.gob.mx
Web Site https://www.proyectosmexico.gob.mx/proyecto_inversion/283-recuperacion-de-playa-en-playa-del-carmen/

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