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December 12, 2012

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Coast has introduced the plan of the terminal of height of Venice to the MSC president

Encounter to Geneva with Gianluigi Aponte

The president of the Harbour Authority of Venice, Paolo Costa, has met to Geneva the president of the shipowning group Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC), Gianluigi Aponte, to which he has illustrated the strategies of development of the port and has introduced the plan of the offshore terminal of Venice ( of the 23 september 2010). To the reunion he has participated for the group Halcrow, the English society of engineering that has cured the technical development of the Venetian infrastructure, in charge of the Payam Fouroudi plan.

The harbour agency has explained that in the course of the encounter the technological innovations are evidenced that make of the terminal of height of Venice a competitive plan, in terms of yield, regarding the main world-wide ports and in a position to answering - thanks to 20 meters of backdrop and docks from at least a kilometer - to the trend of the shipping world-wide.

To conclusion of the encounter, the Harbour Authority has announced that the plan has provoked detail interest, also by virtue of integration between offshore, system of barges and terminals to earth that will allow to take advantage of the fluvial ways as it already happens in other cases, for example to Antwerp, and that, taken note of the advance of the plan, the president of group MSC has encouraged the Harbour Authority to get ahead the initiative at best taking advantage of integration between logistic-harbour operations to earth and the offshore one.

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