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Confetra, strengthen logistics industry to support the competitiveness of the Italian economy

Strengths: this will also help to broaden the productive base of the country

Simplification and streamlining of administrative and regulatory processes, qualification of the value chain throughout the supply chain logistics, targeting investments in priority on some network infrastructure. Actions are needed, according Confetra (Italian General Confederation of Transport and Logistics), to allow the transport and logistics to enhance the competitiveness of the Italian economy.

"To provide Italy with a strong logistics industry - said today the president of Confetra, Fausto Forti, during the annual meeting of the federal government - meaning not only support the competitiveness of the national economy, but also help to broaden the productive base the country. "

Presenting his report today in Rome, which we publish under the heading "Forum of Shipping and Logistics", in the presence of the Minister of Infrastructure and Transport, Matteoli, and the President of CNEL, Antonio Marzano, Forti said the support of the New Confetra logistics plan approved by the Government at Christmas," a Piano - noted - noticeable for its pragmatic approach with a few clear strategies, each capable of contributing to the development of the national logistics system. "

During the meeting the vice president of ATKearney, Marco Santino, presented the research "The Italian logistics" made by the Study Centre with the support of Confetra ATKearney with the aim of providing a clear picture of the market, competitive dynamics , expected developments and implications for the main industrial sectors in the industry, even compared to other European countries.

"At the global level - Strong explained - the production of wealth is growing by 5% today, but while emerging economies are rapidly returning to pre-crisis values, for most of the European economies, the recovery is still weak.In this scenario, the Italian logistics is still an important component of the economic system, with a percentage of GDP of 7%, amounting to over EUR 100 billion, a value slightly above the EU average which stood at 6.8% ' .

It was shown that the impact of logistics on the GDP has registered an increasing trend in recent years, it is estimated, in 2013 should lead the field at an altitude of 7.4%. The data also confirm a trend, already observed a decade ago, to a request by the client and fewer industrial and commercial activities of pure convection.

According to the memo on the economy of Confetra, referring to the values of 2010 compared to 2009, after nearly two years of negative indicators data of freight last year, confirming the global economic recovery, already recorded in the first half of 2010, albeit with more moderate pace. Starts slowly trucking: +2% at national level, the International +8% +6% at full load and groupage (couriers). Significant recovery for maritime transport (+9%) and strongly supported the growth in air (+18%). Continues to decrease rail transport (-8%) apparently - according to the federal government - for reasons more related to the economic crisis.

For Confetra, in this context are fundamental to the potential recovery of the sector. The federal government has stressed that the research Centre for Studies - ATKearney shows that the cost of traditional logistics is now 11% higher than the European average, with a gap of competitiveness of Italy estimated at about € 12 billion. We are sensitive room for improvement: the data show, in fact, a potential recovery that may exceed eight billion euro. On the one hand, a recovery efficiency (estimated at over three billion euro, resulting in a generated value that can be distributed along the chain in terms of lower costs for end customers and improving margins in the industry. On the other hand the potential to recover the Italian application is currently not being met, and new demand intercept (estimated at over five billion euro).

In terms of infrastructure investment, Strong observed that "Europe believes most of what we do not believe us, so that our country is involved in large projects of TEN T: Lyon-5 Corridor Kiev, through the Po Valley from Turin to Trieste, the 24 Rotterdam-Genoa corridor through the Alps and the Apennines and the Corridor 1 Berlin-Palermo which is woven throughout the peninsula.It can not be ignored - he explained - that the routes are not Italian at an advanced stage of implementation and in the case of the Gotthard and Loetschberg enter into activities in the coming years. Italy must now find the resources, not so much financial as political and intellectual to take this great opportunity and connect with a modern, fast and reliable with the fabric of European production. The Confetra, which represents a large force of private companies investing each year in the logistics billion € and employ hundreds of thousands of employees - said Strong - will encourage all its energy and its capacity to help Italy in this effort. "


Confetra
Note on cyclical freight

Trend in freight transport in 2010 compared to 2009
Detection by the Research Center Confetra

.
Road transport
(Including combined)


Travel

Turnover

Full national

+2%

+1%

Comprehensive international

+8%

+5%


Returns

Turnover

National groupage (couriers)

+6%

+3%




International shipping


Shipping

Turnover

Air

+18%

+20%

Rail

-8%

-8%

Mare

+9%

+12%

Road

+3%

+1%


EU27

+3%

+1%


Former USSR

+6%

+4%


North America

+6%

+6%


Central-South America

+12%

+14%


Japan

+3%

+3%


Asia

+12%

+16%


Africa

+8%

+12%


Other Countries

+10%

+10%

Road transport
(Including combined)


Travel

Turnover

Full national

+2%

+1%

Comprehensive international

+8%

+5%


Returns

Turnover

National groupage (couriers)

+6%

+3%




International shipping


Shipping

Turnover

Air

+18%

+20%

Rail

-8%

-8%

Mare

+9%

+12%

Road

+3%

+1%


EU27

+3%

+1%


Former USSR

+6%

+4%


North America

+6%

+6%


Central-South America

+12%

+14%


Japan

+3%

+3%


Asia

+12%

+16%


Africa

+8%

+12%


Other Countries

+10%

+10%

Pass

Period

% Change 2010/2009

Frejus

January-December 2010

+7.0%

Mont Blanc Tunnel

January-October 2010

+10.9%

Gran San Bernardo

January-October 2010

+11.5%

Brenner

January-October 2010

+2.9%

Source: AISCAT SITAF


Trend in freight transport in 2010
Detection from different sources


Tipologia

Periodo

Variazione

Fonte

Traffico autostradale
(veicoli x km)

gen-ott 2010

+1,4%

AISCAT

Traffico ferroviario
(t x km)

gen-set 2010

-10,8%

UIC

Traffico aereo
(totale compr.
Aviocamionato, tonn.)

gen-nov 2010

+21,7%

ASSAEROPORTI


di cui: Linate+Malpensa

gen-nov 2010

+26,9%

Ciampino+Fiumicino

gen-nov 2010

+21,0%

Bergamo Orio al Serio

gen-nov 2010

+5,5%

Traffico maritt. container


Trieste

gen-dic 2010

+1,6%

AUTORITÀ
PORTUALI


Venezia

gen-dic 2010

+6,5%


Genova

gen-nov 2010

+16,7%


Savona

gen-ott 2010

+13,0%


La Spezia

gen-nov 2010

+22,8%


Ravenna

gen-giu 2010

-2,7%


Livorno

gen-ott 2010

+7,3%


Ancona

gen-ott 2010

+5,8%


Taranto

gen-dic 2010

-21,5%


Gioia Tauro

gen-ott 2010

-3,5%


Palermo

gen-ott 2010

+2,4%


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