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“Italian shippers are leaders in project cargo” / INTERVIEW
“Major alliances should revamp conferences again” / INTERVIEW

“Major alliances should revamp conferences again” / INTERVIEW

Milan - Massimo Mirizzi, managing director of Multilogistics, leads a company that is strongly growing, with headquarters in Genoa, Turin, Milan, Verona, Bologna and in Barcelona and Valencia in Spain. “In the coming years it is our intention to grow our market in the United States and in Asia - the transport sector in Italy is clearly improving,” Mirizzi stated.

“Fincantieri cannot take over a majority stake in the Saint Nazaire shipyard”
Fabrizio Vettosi and shipping. A lifelong midfielder/ INTERVIEW

Fabrizio Vettosi and shipping. A lifelong midfielder/ INTERVIEW

Naples - Finance expert with a passion for soccer or failed soccer player who wound up in finance? Either description could suit Fabrizio Vettosi, the chief of VSL, who has a true passion for numbers, but always has a pair of football boots and shorts in his car and who has an indefatigable passion for Naples Football Club.

Vitelli is not forswearing the Genoa Boat Show / INTERVIEW
“A single standard for training sailors” / INTERVIEW

“A single standard for training sailors” / INTERVIEW

Genova - Rather than between “a rock and a hard place,” Manuel Tavilla, 60, from Sarzana, calls himself “between a rock and a rock.” The former gas tanker captain and fleet manager, was recently reconfirmed as the president of Aniformar, the Italian Association of Maritime Trainers

Vago (MSC): “Full speed ahead with Fincantieri”/ INTERVIEW
Lavarello, Fidel’s port and trade man / PROFILE
Iran Shipping Lines sees business back to normal by mid-2017 / INTERVIEW
Lauro, lawyer to the major shipowners / INTERVIEW
Vago: “The shipyards will stay in Europe” / INTERVIEW
“Ferretti is ready to grow in Liguria” / INTERVIEW
Forcieri (La Spezia): “Winning China over: our next challenge” / INTERVIEW
“Hanjin? There is danger of a domino effect”

“Hanjin? There is danger of a domino effect”

Genoa - First was the reshuffle of the alliances between the major container shipping companies, then the mergers between COSCO and China Shipping, Hapag-Lloyd and UASC. Now there is the Korean company Hanjin, which is only a step away from bankruptcy.

“Now RINA is ready for its stock market debut” / INTERVIEW
“Port of Naples can grow only with high-value projects” / INTERVIEW
“Italy needs to understand international flags” / INTERVIEW
“Naples must learn to make the most of its qualities”/ INTERVIEW
Martinoli, “Man of steel” has moved 23 houses / INTERVIEW
A Genoese sailor navigating all the world / INTERVIEW