“Genoa-Savona is continuing to attract investments” / INTERVIEW
“Italian companies are leading theway” / INTERVIEW
Becce: “Genoa is also thinking of an agency to manage labour in the port”
“Let’s move the EU axis from the East to the South”/ INTERVIEW
«Mediterranean prospects look good» / INTERVIEW
Top Canadian investor says U.S. behind in race for infrastructure capital / INTERVIEW
“Logistics, our new challenge” / INTERVIEW

“Logistics, our new challenge” / INTERVIEW

“The port of Venice and its development - answers Pino Musolino, the President of the Venice-Chioggia Port System Authority - can contribute in a fundamentally important way, by supporting exports from companies in the region, by contributing to the growth of industry in the North East”

Codognotto: “Italian logistics needs bigger margins” / INTERVIEW
“Encouraging signs for freight traffic in Italy” / INTERVIEW
“Italy’s North East is a happy island”
“The Third Tunnel will reactivate Genoa”
The port of Trieste looks for alliances with inland ports / INTERVIEW
Pietro Spirito: “Naples has wasted ten years”

Pietro Spirito: “Naples has wasted ten years”

Naples - With the appointment of Francesco Messineo as General Secretary, the Central Tyrrhenian Port System Authority is the first of the new authorities to have completed its appointments. A good start, but what’s next? We put the question to Port System Authority President Pietro Spirito.

“Freight trains on the high-speed lines at night” / INTERVIEW
“It‘s necessary to utilize Motorways of the Sea” / INTERVIEW
“A logistics system combined with Europe”/ INTERVIEW
“This is how we get to the heart of Europe” / INTERVIEW
Cosco sees Greece’s Piraeus among world’s top 30 ports by 2018

Cosco sees Greece’s Piraeus among world’s top 30 ports by 2018

Athens - Cosco Shipping, which owns the world’s fourth-largest container shipping fleet, bought 51 percent of the port’s operating company last month for 280.5 million euros ($315.5 million), one of Greece’s biggest and most strategic privatisations since a debt crisis began in 2009.

La Spezia Container Terminal (LSCT) running again / INTERVIEW
“More inspections in the ports? Yes, but this will be everywhere in Europe” / INTERVIEW