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06 October 2022 - Year XXVI
Independent journal on economy and transport policy
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In the second quarter of 2022 the index of integration of Italy in the network of scheduled maritime services grew by +0.5%
The port with the greatest connections is Gioia Tauro
July 1, 2022
The trend change in the LSCI index for the second this year's quarter of the other major maritime nations European growth for Croatia (+0.6%), Germany (+0.2%), Ireland (+1.6%), Iceland (+3.7%), Latvia (+30.1%), Lithuania (+79.5%), Portugal (+10.4%), Romania (+2.5%), Slovenia (+2.9%), Sweden (+2.2%) and Turkey (+2.6%), while it was found down for Albania (-11.5%), Belgium (-2.3%), Cyprus (-40.4%), Denmark (-0.5%), Estonia (-15.3%), Russian Federation (-8.5%), Finland (-0.4%), France (-4.1%), Georgia (-6.8%), Greece (-2.2%), Malta (-25.8%), Montenegro (-12.6%), Norway (-6.2%), Netherlands (-2.7%), Poland (-0.6%), the United Kingdom (-0.3%) and Spain (-2.9%). For Ukraine, in view of the ongoing conflict, the index is not the defined state.

Relatively, however, to the Port Liner Shipping Connectivity Index (PLSCI), the indicator developed by UNCTAD to assess the position of each world port within this network of lines maritime, in the first quarter of 2022 the Italian port with the highest index was again Gioia Taurus with 57.9, with a trend change on the second quarter of 2021 of +1.7% and with a cyclical variation on the first quarter of 2022 of +1.4%. Following the ports of Genoa with 46.8 (respectively +0.2% and -0.5%), La Spezia with 37.4 (+0.6% and +0.9%), Trieste with 34.2 (+2.7% and -0.2%), Livorno with 25.9 (-4.1% and -0.8%), Civitavecchia with 24.9 (+6.5% and -0.6%), Vado Ligure with 24.0 (+93.9% and 0%), Naples with 23.4 (-3.8% and -4.0%), Salerno with 15.8 (+7.3% and +0.3%), Venice with 10.7 (-6.0% and -6.4%), Ravenna with 10.1 (+11.9% and +8.1%), Ancona with 9.0 (+1.4% and -0.1%), Porto Marghera with 4.4 (0% and 0%), Marina di Carrara with 4.0 (-9.2% and -5.4%), Palermo with 3.9 (+46.0 and 0%), Catania with 3.6 (-30.9% and +2.1%), Taranto with 3.2 (-17.7% and 0%), Trapani with 3.2 (+11.6% and +2.8%), Bari with 2.8 (-12.6% and -12.6%) and Cagliari with 2.7 (0% and 0%).



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