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Port Of Crotone’s Future Under Discussion

Port of Crotone’s future under discussion

Source: Autorità Portuale di Gioia Tauro
Gioia Tauro, Italy (PortSEurope) September 6, 2021 – Today sees the start of a two-day discussion on the future of the port of Crotone. The port is located in the Eastern coast of Calabria in Southern Italy. The event will be headed by Andrea Agostinelli, President of autorità Portuale di Gioia Tauro, and seek to determine the infrastructural requirements of the port for its triennial
plan. During the two days, specific inspections will be carried out to analyse the projects to be confirmed, as they are in line with the strategy adopted by the Authority and are already at an advanced stage of implementation. At the same time, the new interventions, recently included in the study on the technical and functional adaptation of the port master plan, will be defined and will have to be included in the new planning. President Andrea Agostinelli’s objective is to offer an overall project for the integrated growth of the various port sectors, in order to functionally redistribute the areas and, at the same time, ensure greater interaction between the port and the city. Attention will be paid to the environmental sustainability of the works. Particular attention will be paid to the sector of boatyards, pleasure boating and cruise tourism, with the aim of offering greater economic development to the port of call, which goes beyond purely commercial goods traffic, without forgetting, of course, the needs of fishermen, the president said in a press release. Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2021.

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