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21 October 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 23:33 GMT+2



October 1, 2020

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Permanent technical table for comparison between Customs and AdSP Western Ligurian

It will be established on the basis of a Memorandum of Understanding signed today by the parties

Today, the Director-General of the Customs and Customs And Monopoly, Marcello Minenna, and the President of the Port System of the Western Ligurian Sea, Paolo Emilio Signorini, signed an Intesa Protocol for the activation of a table technical technology with the aim of boosting competitiveness port and logistics system in western Liguria and facilitate the work of companies and operators in the sector through simplifications and the use of advanced technologies. The parties explained that the protocol fits into a broader logistical and operational modernization plan, a plan to make smoother and safer handling in the port and improving synergies between public and private entities operating there, to safeguard the interests of the state, citizens and entrepreneurs.

The protocol identifies some priority strands of intervention of common interest between the parties, to be developed as part of a permanent technical table, venue for discussion and innovation. Among the key activities being developed: the implementation and completing digitization activities customs procedures at the ports of Genoa and Savona, which have already been placed attention in the Memorandum of Understanding signed last year October between the same parties; The joint definition of logistical control infrastructure at the gates and within the Genoa, to improve and make the traffic flow in the port; preparatory analysis and study operational interconnections between the port of Genoa and the back-to-back areas of the Simplified Logistics Zone; The planning and development of projects to improve telematics dialogue systems within the platforms such as the I-Rail project and the "corridors controlled"; the development of the so-called "Smart Terminal" - customs clearance at sea"; participation in projects international interest.

"We are contributing to Genoa as well as other important port sites in the country - explained Minenna in the occasion of the signing of the cartel - to rationalisation and digitalization of services essential to the life of ports. So we plan to support and promote before any other what export by sea, oxygen for the economy of the country. We the tools to be highly competitive and ports need to be be the center of the country's development across highways sea."

"It is - pointed out Signorini - a step important that is part of a path that both institutions have undertaken to achieve a complete digitisation of customs procedures at ports and enhance interoperability information systems of the two parties, as well as to lay the groundwork operational interconnections between the port of Genoa and the included in the ZLS. The port system of the Ligurian Sea generating more than 36 million euros a year in taxes accounts for more than 3.4 billion of national revenue VAT on imported goods - highlighted the President AdSP - confirms itself as a physical and digital hub, ennobling the gateway function that has always characterized the placement Genoa and Savona airports."

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