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October 11, 2012

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A delegation of the Swedish port of Umeå has visited the port of Livorno

Estimated the possibility to elaborate strategies common in order to develop the traffic of the cellulose

A delegation of the Swedish port of Umeå has visited the port of Livorno. Today the president of the Leighorn Harbour Authority, Giuliano Gallanti, has met the number one of the Scandinavian port, Gunnar Dahlberg, with the scope to consolidate a friendship relationship that lasts from seven years and to elaborate common strategies on the front of the cellulose, a type of traffic considered strategic from both ports.

The harbour agency of Livorno has emphasized the appreciation turned from the Scandinavian representation to the plans plans of expansion to sea and to the new orders previewed for the livornese harbour territory: “I did not expect - Dahlberg has declared - a similar progettuale organization. With your Portuale Town development plan demonstrated of being far-sighted. Regarding you we are a small port: we have much to learn”.

The harbour port of call of Umeå appears on the Gulf of Bothnia, and gives the shoulders to one of the cities that with 100 thousand inhabitants are one of most populous of northern Sweden. The first contacts with Livorno go back to 2005, year in which was received to Umeå a delegation of the livornese Harbour Authority. Then the objective of the Port Italian Authority was that to promote “Concept”, a plan which set up from the Province of Livorno in order to define common politics on the transports, the tourist intermodalità and the componentry.

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