• Đerdap
  • Fotografija AUL
  • Luka Beograd
  • Reka
  • Golubac

Port governance agency

Second annual bulletin

Port Governance Agency issued the second annual bulletin, which presents the results and development plans for 2018.

The topic of the issue is the international cooperation, promotion of passenger terminal, analysis of traffic of goods and passengers, and we paid special attention to the most important infrastructure projects.

You can download the electronic version of the bulletin HERE.

Latest news

First training courses for future users of ILIS

Port Governance Agency organized the first training courses for the port operators, for the use of the ILIS information system in its premises in Belgrade. This software...

11.12.2018.

more...

10th Working Group meeting for ports and inland waterway managers

Representatives of Port Governance Agency participated in the 10th meeting of the Working Group for ports and inland waterways of the Rhine-Danube Corridor, held in Brussels on...

22.11.2018.

more...

Chamber of commerce and industry of Serbia and Port Governance Agency organize the round table discussion on the topic of defining the marina network

Amendments to the Law on Navigation and Ports on Inland Waterways came into force in June 2018. By adopting amendments to the Law, Port Governance Agency has...

26.10.2018.

more...

Port operator at the international passenger terminal in Golubac was selected

Port Governance Agency signed the Port Operations Contact for performing port activities in the international passenger terminal in Golubac with the ‘’Golubacka tvrdjava Golubac’’ ltd. By signing...

24.10.2018.

more...

7th EUSDR forum in Sofia: regional connection and the strong Danube region terminals

The 7 th EUSDR (EU Strategy for the Danube Region) forum was held in Sofia on October 18 and 19. The theme of this year's forum, which...

22.10.2018.

more...

Significant increase of cargo transport in Serbian ports, more than 1000 port calls on passenger terminals

Port Governance Agency has recorded in the first nine months of this year a significant increase of cargo traffic in Serbian ports. By September 30, 2018, 8.65...

18.10.2018.

more...
View all news »