Antwerp - Seven major players have joined forces in Belgium to reduce CO2 emissions in Belgium by 80% by 2050 compared to 2005 levels
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Genoa - Costa Cruises aims to build its own cruise terminal in the port of Genoa, and is willing to collaborate with architect Renzo Piano, who is designing the city’s new waterfront.
“We are writing an important page in the history of ports”.
Two new cranes to load and unload trains will be delivered in August.
The projects envisioned by the Authority there are aimed at increasing space so as to accommodate a further increase in traffic, as its president, Carla Roncallo, explained.
Athens - Lloyd’s List has recognized Greek manager Despina Panayiotou Theodosiou, co-managing director of Tototheo Maritime, among the 100 most influential people in the global maritime transport sector, as well as one of the top 5 most important executives of the “young generation of shipping”
“The government’s deceleration is worrisome and harms national economy”.
“Unfortunately in Italy we suffer a series of infrastructural shortcomings, not necessarily attributable to the ports”.
Genoese freight forwarders warn of immature technology.
Trieste - D’Agostino plans to create together with CCCC a logistics platform in China for Italian products.
Rome - The activity of Italy’s Federlogistica-Conftrasporto association has gained momentum following Luigi Merlo becoming its president; formerly Mr. Merlo was Transport Councilor for the Liguria Region, president at the Port Authority of Genoa, and manager of shipping company MSC.
Venice - “Without dredging, the port of Venice is blocked. We have been waiting too long for the approval from the Interregional Authority for Public Works, which hasn’t come: the situation is critical, and we are suffering as a result.”
Genoa -The future is logistics. And the Mercato di Genova has for a long time been at the forefront.
Rossi (Spediporto): “Significant imbalance between inspections in Italian and foreign ports”.
Italian companies will have to manage the arrival of e-commerce and new supply chain patterns.
Genova - In the Port 4.0, that runs towards the automation of as many activities as possible, the work on the dock is not destined to become extinct, but rather to evolve. A path that however can not pass only through the transformation of processes, but rather from the training of workers
After the transformative phase, Tuscan port to invest in ripening and packaging facilities.
Marcucci: “There are 15 infrastructure elements, tangible and intangible, that Confetra considers decisive for our development”.
Genova - At the beginning of 2019, BIMCO, has published an overview of the year that awaits global shipping, in the dry and liquid cargo and container sectors. Peter Sand, BIMCO’s chief shipping analyst, answers for a focus on the prospects of maritime transport in Europe
Project cargo already lost, very high likelihood of some shipowners opting out of the port.