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The Future Of Livorno – Conquering Increasing Share Of Traffic In The Container Segment

The Future of Livorno – Conquering Increasing Share of Traffic in the Container Segment

Livorno, Italy (PortSEurope) November 21, 2019 – In the past few days a consortium of companies composed of F&m Ingegneria, Haskoning-DHV Nederland, Hs Marine, and G & t has delivered to the president of the AdSP, Stefano Corsini, the preliminary project for the design of the defense works and dredging related to the Darsena Europe (DE), the work of expanding into the sea with which
the port needs to gain increasing shares of traffic in the container segment. The document will be presented to the press and the public on November 28, in Livorno, in the the Ferretti Room of the Old Fortress. The event will be attended by the Minister of Infrastructure and Transport, Paola De Micheli, who will take part in a round table in which the President of the Tuscany Region, Enrico Rossi, was invited to participate, as well as the mayor of Livorno, Luca Salvetti; the commander of the Harbor office, Giuseppe Tarzia, the President of the Chamber of Commerce of Maremma and of the Tyrrhenian Sea, Riccardo Breda. The architectural and engineering services related to the preliminary and final design of maritime defense and dredging works are a fundamental step for the realization of the DE, an integral part of a larger plan called the “Europe Platform”, which in addition to the construction of the container terminal also provides for the construction of a new Ro-Ro terminal and Darsena Petroli, intended to accommodate ships carrying petroleum products. The container terminal will be implemented in project financing: in this regard, the time window that private individuals will have to present a complete proposal will be closed on November 30, following the provisions of the Procurement Code. Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2019.

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