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Lota family exits Corsica Ferries

Lota family exits Corsica Ferries

Vado Ligure - After long reflection, the majority of the historical shareholders of the Gruppo Corsica Sardinia Ferries decided to sell their majority stake and control over the company. Pierre Mattei proposed a buyout offer for the majority stake

Finnlines lengthens four ships

Finnlines lengthens four ships

Naples - Finnlines, a Grimaldi Group company, will invest €70 million in a lengthening programme on four of its ships. The company, which currently employs twenty Ro-Ro units, has signed an agreement with the Remontowa shipyard that will perform the work at its Gdansk location

Blu Navy returns to Elba

Blu Navy returns to Elba

Livorno - The service operated by Blu Navy on the Portoferraio-Piombino maritime line will start up again on Friday with the first trips by the ferry “Acciarello”. The ship, which is owned by Blu Navy, came to Elba a few days ago, where it underwent all of the inspections required by the authorities

Porto Livorno 2000 to Onorato and Aponte

Porto Livorno 2000 to Onorato and Aponte

Livorno - Porto di Livorno 2000 - we have a winner: with 99.58 out of 100 points it is the temporary association of companies that consists of Sinergest, Moby, LTM and Marinvest (MSC) which won 66% of the shares of the company that operates the receptive services for cruise passengers

Passenger traffic, Genova over 3 million mark

Passenger traffic, Genova over 3 million mark

Genova - Genoa’s Stazioni Marittime terminal posted positive results, with the recently approved 2016 budget showing a net profit of €840,620, and a turnover of around €23.5 million. During the past year, in fact, 3,110,432 passengers passed through Genoa, including cruise and ferry passengers, a 4.4% increase

Onorato stabilises  255 maritime workers

Onorato stabilises 255 maritime workers

Livorno - The Onorato Armatori Group signed an important agreement yesterday morning that calls for the stabilisation of another 255 Italian sailors in Tuscany with Moby. Yet another operation concluded by the group, which is active in the transport sector in the Mediterranean

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