A working group will be created that will evaluate the use of the Interporto Vespucci of Livorno as a port and reference airport gate to forward semi-trailers on rails to the Verona and Padua Interports and then to the main European routes.
“This agreement represents a best practice to be exported to other ports and other territories”, explains Ennio Cascetta, sole director of Ram Logistica Infrastrutture e Trasporti. “Ram makes available the skills already employed in the work carried out as the operational arm of the Ministry of Transport for the implementation of the National Strategic Plan of Portualità and Logistics, to which was added the role of support for the National Coordination Conference Port System Authority.
Rete Autostrade Mediterranee (RAM) was founded in 2004 with the aim of implementing the National Program of Motorways of the Sea within the wider context of the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T), with specific reference to the Transverse Corridor of Motorways of the Sea (MoS).
RAM, an in-house company of the Ministry of Infrastructures and Transport, fully capitalized by the Ministry of the Economy and Finance, operates with the main objective of developing short sea shipping networks and enhancing the strategic contribution that they they are able to provide the Euro-Mediterranean area link system and the door-to-door logistics chain.
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