Organization structure

Organization structure

According to Regulation 913/2010 the Management Board of the Mediterranean Rail Freight Corridor is composed of the Infrastructure Managers and the Allocation Body concerned by the Corridor, that is:

Administrador de Infrastructuras Ferroviarias (ADIF), the Infrastructure Manager of the Spanish rail network

Línea Figueras Perpignan S.A. (LFP), the Infrastructure Manger of the high speed line (passenger and freight) between Spain and France

Société Nationale des Chemins de fer Français – Réseau (SNCF Réseau), the Infrastructure Manager of the French rail network

Oc’Via (Oc’Via), the Infrastructure Manager of the bypass railway line Nîmes – Montpellier

Rete Ferroviaria Italiana (RFI), the Infrastructure Manager of the Italian rail network

Sž – Infrastruktura d.o.o. (Sž-Infra), the Infrastructure Manager of the Slovenian rail network

Magyar Államvasutak Zártkörűen Működő Részvénytársaság (MÁV); the Infrastructure Manager of the Hungarian rail network

Vasúti Pályakapacitás-elosztó Korlátolt Felelősségű Társaság (VPE), the Hungarian Allocation Body

HŽ Infrastruktura d.o.o. (HŽI), the Infrastructure Manager of the Croatian rail network

The Management Board is responsible for all the management activities as identified in Regulation 913/2010.

The Management Board of Mediterranean RFC decided to take the form of an independent legal entity, that is a European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG). According to this, the Management Board of Mediterranean Rail Freight Corridor acts as the General Assembly of the EEIG. The General Assembly is the decision making body of the EEIG and Manuel Besteiro Galindo (ADIF) chairs it. The Management Board delegated its functions to the Permanent Management Office (PMO) headquartered in Milano, which is supervised by the General Assembly.

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Governance chart

GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Chairman: Manuel Besteiro Galindo

 MEMBER REPRESENTATIVE  DELEGATE
 client3-155x124 Isabel Pardo De Vera Manuel Besteiro Galindo
 client4-155x124 Petros Papaghiannakis Maria Jose Barrado
  Luc Lallemand  Claire Hamoniau
 client2-155x124 Stéphanie Rheims  Kévin Uba
 client5-155x124 Vera Fiorani  Andrea Galluzzi
Matjaž Kranjc  Silva Kristan
 client8-155x124 Ivan Kršić  Ivana Zanki
 client9-155x124 Róbert Homolya  Lőrinc Czakó
 client7-155x124 Réka Németh  Nóra Hobot

EEIG Manager

Managing Director
Deputy Director
Third Manager

Raffaele Zurlo
István Pákozdi
Nikolina Ostrman

PMO

Managing Director
Deputy Director
C-OSS leader
Project Manager
Office Assistant

Raffaele Zurlo
István Pákozdi
Stephane Dastot
Giulia Gargantini
Pamela Chiarappa

INFRASTRUCTURE
Working Group

ERTMS
Working Group

TPM / TM
Working Group

C-OSS
Working Group

COMMUNICATION
Working Group

FINANCIAL
Working Group

Bojan Kekec was the president of the EEIG until 2020, and it was replaced in April 2021 by Manuel Besteiro Galindo.
In december 2020 Mrs Vera Fiorani was nominated as RFI representative replacing Mr Maurizio Gentile.

The ERTMS working group is led by Stefano Marcoccio.

The Permanent Management Office

The Permanent Management Office (PMO) of Mediterranean RFC is located in Milan (Italy) in a RFI fenced area.
The Mediterranean RFC PMO is led by a Managing Director,Raffaele Zurlo, who is also one of the EEIG Managers, responsible for the management of the Corridor activities. The PMO staff is composed of István Pákozdi who is Deputy Director and Infrastructure Advisor, Stephane Dastot who is the One-Stop-Shop Leader of the Mediterranean Rail Freight Corridor, Giulia Gargantini, the Project Manager and Pamela Chiarappa, the Administrative Assistant.
The internationality of the team is considered as a key requirement to ensure a fair balance of representation among the partners and a corridor oriented perspective overcoming national view

Executive Board

The ExBo is chaired by the French Ministry of Transport and represented by the President Delphine Chabalier In order to exchange the best practices and to define common guidelines, a Network of Executive Boards, “NEXBO”, was established in 2017, actively supported by the board. The group meets twice a year.