Wide Interoperability and new governance moDels for freight Exchange linking Regions through Multimodal maritime based cOrridorS
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Present the preliminary results of the MoS Study in Brussels on October 22nd
The Project WiderMos ( Wide Interoperability and new Governance moDels for freight Exchange linking Regions through Multimodal maritime based cOrridorS) will present the preliminary results of the MoS Study in Brussels on October 22nd with a significant event titled:
"MOTORWAYS OF THE SEA - TODAY AND TOMORROW: STATE OF THE ART AND PROSPECTIVE OPTIONS FOR 2020 AND BEYOND". 
 
A significant gathering of all the WiderMos European partners will be held on October 22nd at the Royal Windsor Hotel in Brussels, during which some of the important preliminary results that have already been achieved by the MoS Study will be presented to the EU Commission and the more than 50 stakeholders and supporters of the project.

The event will opened by the new EU coordinator of Motorways of the Sea (MoS) Brian Simpson. The Keynote speech will be held by the renowned American economist, historian and writer Marc Levinson, author of the best-seller “The Box”. A number of other pertaining MoS projects - such as ANNA, B2MoS, Methanol, Monalisa 2.0, WinMoS, TrainMoS 2 and others – will also be detailed during the conference.

The objective of the event is to illustrate the analysis conducted through more than 70 interviews with key players in the maritime and logistic sector on the state of the art of Motorways of the Sea – MOS. The aim is to share and validate the results of the first research phase, and collect inputs on the finalities of the analysis directed to developing a strategic view of the future of MoSs up to 2020 and beyond.

The results will be made available on the website www.widermos.eu, which will also offer live streaming coverage of the event.

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