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25 January 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 13:44 GMT+1



October 20, 2020

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Memories of understanding between Customs and System Authorities Adriatic Port Northern and Central Centre

They provide for the establishment of permanent technical tables

Today in Bologna, the Director-General of the Customs and Marcello Minenna, the President of the Port System of the Adriatic Sea Northern Center, Daniele Rossi and the President of the Port System Authority of the Central Adriatic Sea, Rodolfo Giampieri, have signed protocols agreement for the activation of permanent technical tables set up with the aim of reviving the competitiveness of the port and logistics of the Northern Central Adriatic Sea and and to facilitate the work of companies and operators in the sector through new simplifications and use of technologies Advanced. The protocols are part of a broader plan logistical and operational modernisation aimed at making smooth and safer handling in ports and improve synergies between public and private entities that they operate there, to safeguard the interests of the State, the citizens and entrepreneurs.

On the occasion of the signing of the protocols at palazzo Mercanzia, formerly used as a Customs Office and now the seat of the Chamber of Commerce Industry Crafts and Agriculture of Bologna, the Director-General of the Customs Agency, Minenna, recalled that the Agency is contributing "to Ravenna, Ancona and Ortona, as well as other important port sites in the country, rationalisation and digitisation of essential services to the life of ports. We are counting on - he explained - support and promote first of all exports by sea, oxygen for the country's economy. We have the tools to be competitive and ports must be the centre of the development of the country through the motorways of the sea".

The President of the AdSP of the Northern Central Adriatic Sea, Daniele Rossi, highlighted the need to "follow the strong push for digitalization that the market requires and implementation of it in customs procedures means thinking of a port modern, efficient and competitive. I would like to thank you once again- he added - for the director Minenna who is working hard to ensure that the ports can play their full role, thus contributing to the to the recovery of the country's production system.

"Safety and speed of controls- underlined the President of the AdSP of the Central Adriatic Sea, Rodolfo Giampieri, on the occasion of the meeting - these are the objectives logistics of the future. This agreement gives concrete form to this need and, above all, strengthens the principle of authority system as it unites the Marche ports and abruzzo in innovation and digitalisation, allowing us to their respective vocations.'




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