Official presentation of the Renew4ge and E-Bridge projects progress and results. The Ports of Genoa and Savona-Vado Ligure's key role in the EU's intermodal chain supply between Europe and the Mediterranean across the Rhine-Alpine corridor.The historic headquarters of the Western Ligurian Sea Port Authority, Palazzo San Giorgio, provided the stunning backdrop to the event dedicated to the presentation of the project results of RENEW4GE and E-BRIDGE, co-funded for approximately 9 million euros by the European Union's CEF for Transport ...
Official presentation of the Masterplan of Savona's waterfront and signing ceremony for the preliminary funding of 20 million euros.
On his first official visit to Genoa, the new US Consul General in Milan, Douglass Benning, was received at the Port Authority landmark headquarters of Palazzo San Giorgio by Government Commissioner Paolo Piacenza.
High-performance lighting, improved visibility for safe working conditions at night, low power consumption. These are the solutions provided by the installation of the new public lighting in the Port of Savona-Vado Ligure.
The Government Commissioner Paolo Piacenza welcomed to the Port Authority headquarters of Palazzo San Giorgio, His Excellency Duong Hai Hung, Ambassador of Vietnam to Italy, for the inauguration of the Exhibition Genoa-Hai Phong - A Tale of Two Ports in the monumental Sala delle Compere.
The Port Authority has once again successfully passed the audit for the renewal of the ISO 1400:2015 environmental management certification and for the extension of the ISO 9001:2015 quality management certification to the entire organisation.
On 30 October construction works commenced in Genoa’s cruise and ferry hub for the installation of new shoreside power facilities to enable passenger vessels, docking at the terminals, to switch off the generators and plug into an electrical power grid, with a subsequent immediate sharp reduction in carbon emissions and noise pollution.
The data released at the Italian Cruise Day in Taranto points to a cruise boom at the Ports of Genoa in 2023. The throughput projections presented by the organiser of the leading biennial Italian cruise industry event, Risposte e Turismo, firmly establish the Western Ligurian Sea Ports amongst the leading Mediterranean hubs, with an annual passenger count of approximately 2.3 million.
Record passenger throughput in the first nine months of this year at the Ports of Genoa and Savona-Vado: 4 million cruise and ferry passengers, a +24% upturn on 2022, and with the prospect of reaching the 5-million pax threshold by the end of 2023.
Full planning permission has been granted to the Vitali & Roncello Group which has the mandate to redevelop the Port of Genoa's Hennebique grain silos. At this juncture, by the end of the month, the preliminaries in the planned construction works are due to start, including stripping-out and construction site safety management, which will pave the way towards the resurrection of a masterpiece of Art Deco industrial architecture, in compliance with the added recommendations prescribed by the National Heritage Council during the local planning approval process.