At AENIB, we firmly believe in honest dialogue and selfless collaboration among all stakeholders, associations, entities, and representatives in the sector, both with each other and with the relevant maritime authorities and institutions.
AENIB, representing the nautical companies in the Balearic Islands, has had a series of significant meetings with new directors of APB, IDI, and the Ministry of Business to raise issues of importance for the sector.
FANMED, the joint representative for environmental issues of the associations in the Balearic nautical sector promotes the Declaration Cero Discharges for a New Water Governance.
During the meeting held at the department headquarters and presided over by the newly appointed Minister of Sea and Water Cycle, Juan Manuel Lafuente, representatives from both the Balearic Islands and across the nation's nautical sector.
Although the 1.5% refit tax was not overturned in the administrative litigation process in High Court, AENIB considers that its appeal against the new statement of conditions imposed by the Balearic Port Authority was partially upheld.