WHAT ARE THE most promising sectors for the ports of Naples and Salerno today? “These are two multifunctional airports with characteristics that integrate, with all the port services - answers Antonio Sticco, president of the shipping company Sticco Sped -. The elements of distinction are spaces and operational capacity. The added value of Naples lies in the cruises, in the traffic for the islands, in the tourist development both foreign and of national appeal. Salerno instead is a port focused on European cabotage the development of the Motorways of the Sea”.
What are the critical points instead?
“In Naples they are always the same ... we need the excavations because the ships do not have problems with drafting; more space is needed because the goods have no problem downloading. We need the development of intermodality, the organization of state services necessary for the importation and exportation of goods. It would also serve a free dock, which did not fall into the dealership areas. The problem of Salerno instead of the cap spaces: port entrepreneurs here work wonders, with the invaluable collaboration of workers. We are truly at “the most can not be done”. To this is added a historical difficulty in transport, due to the shortcomings of the truckable ways for entry and exit from the port.The project of the Special Economic Zone what kind of perspectives can give to the airport?
“SEZ is a magic word, and mainly concerns industrial and commercial entrepreneurs. A fabric that today is quite small overall, which allows the adoption of the metropolitan area. We must wait for the implementing decrees to find out what benefits they offer to attract, in addition to Italian ones, foreign entrepreneurs”.
What kind of vote would you give to digitalization processes in the port?
“We are still far from high marks: for now “enough”... is enough”.
What is your opinion on rail connections?
“It’s hard to always say the same: what connections? which efficient railway service? We are waiting for them to arrive, and to be developed”.