An important framework protocol for the relaunch of the Italian national port system was signed yesterday by the Director-General of the Customs and Monopoly Agency (ADM – Agenzia Dogane e Monopoli) Marcello Minenna, and by the Head of the Transport Department of MIT (Dipartimento per i trasporti), Speranzina De Matteo – August 14, 2020 This is an ambitious agreement to rationalize, strengthen and renew existing
synergies in a strategic sector for the country’s competitiveness. ADM will make its specialized technical skills available to MIT to allow the collection and sharing of data, the standardization of processes – also in terms of interoperability of the various existing systems – and the homogeneity of the information procedures through which to manage the logistics of port areas. MIT will thus be able to enhance and expand the wealth of knowledge and experience it already has and will be able more quickly to define effective choices and operational lines to be sent to the Port System Authorities (AdSPs) and to the Port Authority of Gioia Tauro, in order to guarantee the development of individual port realities, respecting their characteristics and specificities, but giving all the same tools and the same opportunities for innovation and growth. The operational scheme identified is that of a control room coordinated by the General Director of ADM and the Head of the Transport Department, which also consists of the President of Assoporti, a representative of the AdSPs and the President of the National Digital Logistics Platform (UIRNet – Piattaforma Logistica Nazionale Digitale). The objective is complex, but the public realities involved are compact and aware of how important it is to operate in perfect harmony, rapidly implementing the implementation and integration of the digital logistics system in our ports. Source: Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport (Italy)
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