Civitavecchia, Italy (PortSEurope) October 25, 2019 – Within the next 12 months, RCM Costruzioni Srl expects to complete the construction of the jetty of the new ferry dock as part of the “BClink: MOS for the future” project. This morning the President of the Port Authority of the Northern Central Tyrrhenian Sea, Francesco Maria di Majo, together with the Director of the Technical Area, Maurizio
Marini, received the representatives of the Consorzio Stabile Grandi Lavori and the consortium company executing RCM Costruzioni Srl of Sarno (Salerno) for the delivery of the site concerning the construction of the jetty of the new ferry dock as part of the “BClink: MOS for the future” project. The project, co-financed by the European Commission, has been undertaken in order to take advantage of the increase and further development of Ro-Ro and Ro-Pax traffic. Demand has increased not only on the increasingly competitive Civitavecchia–Barcelona route, but also due to the environmental advantages of Motorways of the Sea. Autorita’ di Sistema Portuale del Mar Tirreno Centro-Settentrionale (AdSP – Centre-North Tyrrhenian Sea Port Authority) is also investigating the potential of new maritime lines with North Africa. “We are in a very important phase for the Motorways of the Sea. Thanks to the “BClink” project we will have a further strengthening of the intermodal corridor between the port of Civitavecchia and the port of Barcelona with benefits not only in terms of traffic but also in terms of safety and the environment. Intermodal transport, in fact, in which the maritime component is prevalent, determines undoubted advantages over the reduction of harmful emissions into the air, compared to transport by road, and contributes to decongesting traffic on our roads and highways”, said President of the AdSP, Francesco Maria di Majo. The company Rogedil Servizi Srl, which oversaw the construction of the entire ferry dock, will take care of the direction of the works in the person of the engineer. Alessandro Guerra, in compliance with the current protocol of legality and the Framework Agreement signed by the AdSP with ARPA Lazio to monitor the environmental matrices potentially affected both during the execution and in the completion phase of the work. Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2019.
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