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Italian Ports See Steel Import Delays

Italian ports see steel import delays

Ravenna, Italy (PortSEurope) September 8, 2021 – Italian ports are experiencing delays in processing steel imports due to EU import quotas and a lack of space caused by the ongoing shipping container crisis. Deliveries of steel have been buidling up in Ravenna and Marghera (Venice), and further imports are being redirected to Monfalcone, Trieste and Slovenia’s Koper port. Two ships carrying steel will arrive at
Monfalcone soon, which is loigical as the owner F2i can choose between its storage facilities in Marghera, Ravenna or Chioggia. The situation is not expected to improve until October when new EU quotas apply. Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2021.

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