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First Joint Sustainability Report For Genoese Terminals PSA Genova Pra ‘and PSA SECH

First joint sustainability report for Genoese terminals PSA Genova Pra ‘and PSA SECH

Genoa, Italy (PortSEurope) July 26, 2021 – The joint Sustainability Report for PSA Genova Pra’ and PSA SECH has been published and includes all the sustainability objectives achieved by the terminals in 2020 and the preceding two years, as well as future aims, attesting the importance of doing business in a sustainable and responsible way, always keeping the territory in which the two structures operate at the
forefront and rooted in our business strategy. On 22nd July 2020, the Port System Authority of the Western Ligurian Sea granted PSA Genova Pra’ S.p.A. and Terminal Contenitori Porto di Genova S.p.A. (now, PSA SECH), authorisation for the restructuring of the respective corporate structures. At the end of this restructuring, within the Port of Genoa, PSA assumed management control of both PSA Genova Pra’ S.p.A. and that of the SECH terminal of Calata Sanità (formerly controlled by Gruppo Investimenti Portuali S.p.A.), with the aim of being able to provide ever greater facilities and operational flexibility to its customers.  The report can be accessed here Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2021.

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