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Becce Leaves Post Of CEO Of Terminal Darsena Toscana

Becce leaves post of CEO of Terminal Darsena Toscana

Becce Leaves Post Of CEO Of Terminal Darsena ToscanaSource: Autorita’ di Sistema Portuale del Mar Tirreno Settentrionale

Livorno, Italy (PortSEurope) December 22, 2017 – Luca Becce has left the post of Managing Director of Terminal Darsena Toscana S.R.L.(TDT) of Livorno, which is part of Gruppo Investimenti Portuali (GIP S.p.A.).

Becce, also president of Assiterminal, has taken the decision “for strictly personal reasons”, but will continue to be part of the group’s senior management team with responsibility for the development of the Darsena Europa project.

GIP has entrusted the position of General Manager to Marco Mignogna, who will report directly to the group’s CEO, Giulio Schenone.

Mignogna, an engineer, 53, started his professional career in 1992 in Voltri Terminal Europa (VTE) as a project manager. In 1995 he joined the Contship Italia Group holding positions in La Spezia, Gioia Tauro and Livorno, while from 2009 he has been president of Eurogate Tanger, in Morocco, with responsibility for the management of the terminal and business development.

“Luca has been with us since 2006 in SECH before and since 2013 as CEO of TDT, and is an integral part of our ‘family’. I understand the reasons that led to this choice, but I am happy that you continue to be part of our team. At the same time, I am happy with Marco Mignogna’s ‘homecoming’ which will certainly give us a significant contribution of experience and to which I wish the best wishes, “said Giulio Schenone.

Terminal Darsena Toscana, the main container terminal in the Port of Livorno, opened for business on 1st January 1997. It is a sea outlet for a large hinterland made up primarily of Tuscany, Emilia Romagna and Northern Lazio, TDT is the port of call serving the markets of Central and North-East Italy, as well as American markets (the USA in particular), Africa and the Far East.

GIP is a leading Italian company in the field of container terminals and in the land logistics connected to it.

Source: ship2shore

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