Two new studies highlight the significant contribution of EU Agencies to citizens and administrations (6.12.2016, BRUSSELS) The 45 EU Agencies and Joint Undertakings make a vast contribution to the e ...
EMSA and the EU’s border agency Frontex have signed a new interagency agreement that will extend their cooperation for another three years. The two agencies will continue to work together in the area ...
European Parliament President Martin Schulz to visit EU agencies in Lisbon (19.9.2014, LISBON) Newly re-elected President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz will visit the EU drugs agency (EMCD ...
EU drugs and maritime agencies open their doors to the public on inauguration of Praça Europa. (18.6.2013, LISBON) The EU drugs agency (EMCDDA) and the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) will ope ...
EMSA's integrated maritime services will be used by Frontex to reinforce control at the Schengen external border. A three-year service level agreement was signed between the two agencies on 3 May 201 ...
Mr Markku Mylly of Finland has been appointed as the new Executive Director of the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA). The vote was held during the 33rd session of the Administrative Board on 8 J ...
The EMSA-contracted Stand by Oil Spill Response Vessel Salina Bay arrived this weekend on site of the Costa Concordia to assist SMIT Salvage, who is in charge of the bunker removal and pollution resp ...
Press Release: EMSA takes over the LRIT-IDE, ensuring ship position information flows between data centres worldwide as part of the LRIT systemPublished17.10.2011
(Lisbon, 18 October 2011) 4 times per day, 7 days per week, merchant ships around the world broadcast information about their position to satellites via a system called Long Range Identification and ...
'EMSA Subscriptions' is a new service of the European Maritime Safety Agency website. It allows our visitors to subscribe and be notified via email each time new specific content is published. This s ...
Facilitating Short Sea Shipping: customs authorities informed of ships movements by Blue Belt pilot projectPublished06.05.2011
Can a customs authority be certain that a ship declaring intra-EU goods has only visited EU ports? This is now possible for the 250 vessels voluntarily participating in the Blue Belt pilot project. S ...Categories