Genova - Eastern Ligurian Sea Port Authority (AdSP) and the Agence Nationale des Ports of Morocco have signed an agreement to start a project between the port of La Spezia and the port of Casablanca for the implementation of a logistics corridor that will involve the Gulf Terminal (Tdg) of the Tarros Group, the Casablanca Terminal and Tarros Maroc.
The two authorities commit «to work together and exchange best practices on procedures relating to the transport of goods between EU and Morocco with a specific focus on simplification administration, on the digitization of the logistics chain, on speeding up customs procedures and tracking of the goods »explains a note from the La Spezia authority. The project pilot will focus in particular on data exchange and interoperability between the information systems of the two ports: “This will reduce time and improve efficiency overall trade turnover - says Carla Roncallo, president of the AdSP -. The subscription e the start of the pilot project represents another important one step in the digitalisation of our system. After Morocco you can be replicated with other North African countries thanks also to the close collaboration with the Tarros group.” “This project confirms the will of the Tarros Group to continue to invest in the Moroccan market in order to promote relationships between the two countries. This is in line with the goal of Tarros to provide its customers with more and more solutions efficient and innovative” says Danilo Ricci, general manager of Tarros.