The Western Ligurian Sea Port Authority President, Paolo Emilio Signorini, illustrated the Port of Genoa 2.3 billion-Infrastructure Investment Programme during the fourth edition of the International Conference "A Sea for Switzerland 4", hosted in Lugano on 24 November.The Lake of Lugano provided the stunning backdrop to the 2021 edition of "A Sea for Switzerland", offering Swiss and international shippers and supply chain service providers the opportunity to consult with the leading players of the northern Italian port and logistic industry. The conference focuse...
The call for expressions of interest, to invite economic operators to apply to take part in the subsequent call for integrated tenders within the Project of the New Breakwater in the Port of Genoa, goes ahead. The integrated tender groups together the elaboration of the final and executive design and the full construction process and works of the new breakwater in the Sampierdarena basin.
The documentary video, produced in collaboration with TeleGenova, focuses on the large-scale reconversion of the former Hennebique grain silos, a masterpiece of industrial architecture located in the heart of Genoa's Old Port Waterfront alongside the Cruise Terminal and the University of Genoa.
The Port of Genoa’s multipurpose terminal is upgrading its handling equipment to serve the latest generation of post-Panamax vessels.
The preliminaries in the construction works of Genoa's former Hennebique grain silos kick off after 50 years in complete disuse. This morning the details of the redevelopment programme of Hennebique, strategically located along the old port waterfront, were unveiled on-site by the Governor of the Liguria Region Giovanni Toti, the Mayor of Genoa Marco Bucci, the Port Authority President Paolo Emilio Signorini, the CEO of Vitali Group Cristian Vitali and the Architect Maurizio Tosi, Director of Starching Milan.
Cristina De Gregori reappointed on the Board of Directors as delegate of the Western Ligurian Sea Port Authority.
In September the Western Liguria Sea Port Authority reported a sharp rise in total cargo throughput of +17.7%, an upward trend which continues across the third quarter of the year, with a +17% increase and 15,881,144 tons with respect to the corresponding period of 2020.
Savona's Palacrociere Terminal hosted the 2021 annual Italian Cruise Day, Italy's unrivalled cruise sector event with the participation of the leading industry players and professionals.
The reconstruction of the Calata Zingari quay in Genoa's passenger port is underway. The works are scheduled to be completed by 2022, with the reopening of the dock and the adjacent area catering for cruise passenger arrivals and departures and vessel handling services.
Following the demands of the Trade Unions and Road Haulage Associations, the Port Authority of the Western Ligurian Sea has approved the installation of a Covid antigen test hub in the port area of Cornigliano, alongside the right bank of the Polcevera River.