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April 28, 2022

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Final balance sheet and 2021 annual report approved of the AdSP of Sardinia

Deiana: 171 million from the PNRR for the construction of the Ro-Ro terminal in the Canal Port of Cagliari and for electrification of the docks

The Management Committee of the Port System Authority of the Sea of Sardinia approved the annual report and the 2021 general report of the institution that shows revenue for over €229 million, including €171 million in transfers from the State for the National Recovery and Resilience Plan, and committed expenses for 50 million euros. 'The final balance sheet and the report annual just approved - commented the president of the AdSP, Massimo Deiana - photograph a port system in gradual exit from the crisis and ready to face the challenges of the National Plan of Recovery and Resilience. 2021 was the turning point after a year of heavy slowdowns in passenger traffic and goods and a zeroing of cruises. But it was also a year of consistent design activity and planning by the structure of the institution, thanks to the which, today, we have 171 million euros of funds for the construction of the Ro-Ro Terminal in the Canal Port of Cagliari and the electrification of the docks in all the main airports of competence'.

Today, in addition, the Management Committee also approved the technical-functional adaptation to the Master Plan of the port of Cagliari that, in relation to the shipbuilding district of the Porto Canale, changes the bathymetric dimensions in the access channel to the compendium and along the stretch in front of the dedicated quay. Objective of the measure, which provides for a passage of the depth from -5 to -7 meters, is to facilitate the entrance of maxi and giga yachts to the maintenance shipbuilding center.






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