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July 19, 2022

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First Unified Sustainability Report of the three PSA terminal in Italian ports

Presents the objectives achieved in 2021 and in the two years history

PSA presented its first Sustainability Report unified terminals managed by the terminalista group in ports Italians from Genoa and Porto Marghera that has been drawn up according to the international GRI guidelines and includes all sustainability goals achieved by the terminals in 2021 and in the previous two years. Last year the two Genoese PSA terminals Genova Pra' and PSA SECH and the Venetian PSA Venice - Vecon have enlivened a container traffic equal to 3.07 million teu, with an increase of +6.6% on 2020, of which 2.56 million teu in the port of call of the Ligurian capital (+8.7%) and 514 thousand teu in the port Veneto (-2.9%).

Among the main results achieved during 2021 in terms of of sustainability, the planting of 300 trees, equal to 76 tons of CO2 absorbed, as part of the project "Forest of PSA Italy" which aims to donate a tree to each of the more than 900 workers of the three terminals. It is also the expansion of rail connections to and from the terminal that has brought a significant reduction in the CO2 emissions and energy share increased renewable used in the three terminals.

The report also highlights the initiatives implemented by together production efficiency and environmental sustainability, such as the modular reefer park of PSA Genova Pra' able to adapt to the traffic volumes of the moment, the new gate AUTOMATIC PSA SECH that reduces truck entry themes and reduces carbon dioxide emissions and the radiometric portal to PSA Venice-Vecon which, allowing you to carry out the checks directly at disembarkation, reduces the number of movements and speed up operations.






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