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Chiuso 10/02/20 09:29

Italian nautical sector almost fully reunited

The long reunification process to create a single national association of the pleasure boating sector resulted in the formalization of Confindustria Nautica. However, several big names have not joined it yet

Chiuso 03/02/20 10:09

Duci is paving the way for his successors in Rome

Federagenti Genoese president – whose term of office is about to expire and cannot be renewed – explained the innovative ‘double majority’ method to choose the new president of the association. The three candidates are Santi (Venice), Acciaro (Sassari) and Totorizzo (Bari)

Chiuso 03/02/20 10:05

PSA Pra’ objected to Cosco’s charges

The former VTE Voltri container terminal refuted accusations of lack of flexibility and inability to cope with days of closure by the Italian representatives of the Chinese group

Chiuso 27/01/20 09:06

Aponte defeated in Civitavecchia’s port dispute

According to the Regional Administrative Court of Rome, allowing a company pursuant to Article 16, which is authorized to handle conventional goods (CFFT), to handle containers on public quays is not illegitimate

Chiuso 27/01/20 08:51

Top players of the container sector scrambling for Cameroun

Bolloré will file an appeal against the exclusion of its subsidiary DIP (joint-venture with Maersk) from the tender for the new concession of the terminal of Douala, which was temporarily granted to TIL (MSC), before being withdrawn

Chiuso 20/01/20 10:28

Koper’s decline makes Trieste (half) happy

Net of the Turkish crisis, the Italian port should close 2019 recording positive results also thanks to traffics stolen from its Slovenian competitor. PLT, the dismantling of the Ironworks and Pier VIII might be connected

Chiuso 20/01/20 10:03

The cruise sector achieved a dozen million passengers

In 2019, cruises in Italian ports witnessed an 11% increase compared to the previous year, achieving record volumes for the sector. The top of the ranking remained unaltered, but Genoa is competing with Naples, which ranked third; Savona lost ground due to “work in progress”, while Palermo and Cagliari recorded a significant decrease