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21 September 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 01:49 GMT+2

September 26, 2017

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APM Terminals has started the occupational plan for the new container terminal of Vado Ligure

Will be the 237 people employed to the partial activation of the previewed activities at the end of the first trimester
terminalista group APM Terminals, that shipowning group Danish A.P is under responsibility of. Møller-Mærsk, has announced to have activated the occupational plan previewed for the start of the activity of the platform container that the company will manage in the port of Vado Ligure (Savona), slowly occupational - it has clarified the society - that "is shared last week with the various territorial labor organizations and of field that it have received with satisfaction finding it coherent with the engagements and the indications supplied previously from the company".

the society has specified that, as a result of the approval of varying to the plan of the new Platform Multipurpose di Vado from the Higher council of the Public works and removed therefore the uncertainties on the modalities of realization of the new terminal, has decided "to share the previewed occupational programs for the putting in exercise of the Platform where the arrival of the first ship of first trimester 2019 is estimated already at the end".

APM Terminals Vado has explained that "to the completion of the first 450 meters of dock, although with large squares for containers still a lot reduced, the commercial operations of the Platform will leave that will allow the advance of a good part of the assumptions of workers, employees, pictures and leaders". The company has specified that "237 will be the people altogether employees to APM Terminals to the partial start of the activities, with forecasts of increase to approximately 309 units to the completion of the platform and to 400 units to the attainment of the maximum potentiality of the terminal".

APM Terminals Vado has specified moreover that "the indicated numbers are already to the clearly of Reefer Terminal, activity found in 2015 with 123 dependent and that counts 142 units today (inforMARE of 7 August 2015, ndr). Reefer Terminal - it has emphasized the company - will continue to carry out own activity of Multipurpose Terminal, complementary to the services offered in Platform".

APM Terminals Vado has announced some days before that the first two crane operators are assumed, that they will have the task of makers and that they have begun to follow appropriate business programs of formation that will carry them also near terminal foreign countries of APM Terminals where already they are used average analogous to those which they will be used to I go.

APM Terminals Vado has remembered that "the Harbour Company of Savona (CULP), with which APM Terminals it maintains tightened coordination, will supply some services to the ships in dock. The number of necessary attache's to CULP - it has explained the terminalista enterprise - is in phase of definition from the responsibles of the Company: ulterior opportunities of employment - APM Terminals Vado has rimarcato - besides those offers directly from the terminalista".

the company has emphasized moreover that "the resumption of the intense activities of realization of the platform will allow also the increment of the force job used in yard, and sure will push other companies (as already it has made Chinese colossus ZPMC) to consider Vado Ligure for own activities".

APM Terminals Vado has evidenced at last that "the supports previewed from the Area of Industrial Crisis Complessa, if very used, will be able sure to help to accelerate this process of development of Vado Ligure and all the province of Savona".

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