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24 September 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 17:49 GMT+2



September 14, 2020

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Provincial: strong and heavy impact of the crisis on the port Livorno

More data is required for businesses to plan measures to deal with the emergency

The effects of the health emergency for the pandemic coronaviruses have had a significant impact on the activity of the Port of Livorno. This was underlined today by the Secretary-General Port Authority of the Tyrrhenian Sea Provincial, intervening in the hall of the Livorno city council at the city-port work table promoted by the city administration together with the AdSP with a focus on the organisation of port work and the situation employment, both within the airport and in terms of integrated supply chain companies.

Analysis of the data - reported Provinciali - shows that The initial impact of the emergency restrictions was heavy and heavy, especially for companies operating in some Sectors. For example, for new rolling stock and cars, collapse of traffic was almost vertical, as well as for contracts, for which Covid has made an impact Bomb. In other areas - he specified - the system, aided by the has essentially held up, and in some cases it is new opportunities are open.

At the Provincial meeting, he urged business representatives to provide analysis, proposals and data more and more detailed, comprehensive business plans information about the work, so that it is possible whether the system can exit the emergency with the mutual solidarity between operators, or if it is necessary to provide reorganizations and extraordinary decisions.

Also the municipal council in Porto and port-city integration, Barbara Bonciani, pointed out that more data is needed, especially with regard to redundancies, to see if it's a plan can be put in place to manage them (e.g. with accompaniment to early retirement). In addition, he pointed out, we need overtime data and qualitative data on the temporary work to understand what the professionalism is more requests, and answers on how to gear up for peaks at a time when companies tend to lighten their workforce, and how to deal with the great difficulties of transport sector.

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Autorità di Sistema Portuale Mar Ligure Orientale



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