“LNG-powered ships? What’s needed is infrastructure” / INTERVIEW
“Italian shippers are leaders in project cargo” / INTERVIEW
“Major alliances should revamp conferences again” / INTERVIEW

“Major alliances should revamp conferences again” / INTERVIEW

Milan - Massimo Mirizzi, managing director of Multilogistics, leads a company that is strongly growing, with headquarters in Genoa, Turin, Milan, Verona, Bologna and in Barcelona and Valencia in Spain. “In the coming years it is our intention to grow our market in the United States and in Asia - the transport sector in Italy is clearly improving,” Mirizzi stated.

“Fincantieri cannot take over a majority stake in the Saint Nazaire shipyard”


“Logistics, our new challenge” / INTERVIEW

“Logistics, our new challenge” / INTERVIEW

“The port of Venice and its development - answers Pino Musolino, the President of the Venice-Chioggia Port System Authority - can contribute in a fundamentally important way, by supporting exports from companies in the region, by contributing to the growth of industry in the North East”

Codognotto: “Italian logistics needs bigger margins” / INTERVIEW
“Encouraging signs for freight traffic in Italy” / INTERVIEW
“Italy’s North East is a happy island”


The Middle East, a testing ground for the insurance sector / INTERVIEW
Iran says oil exports still constrained post-sanctions / INTERVIEW
“OPEC members increasingly keen to end oil glut” / INTERVIEW
“No capital increase for Carige” / INTERVIEW

“No capital increase for Carige” / INTERVIEW

Genoa - Three consecutive stock market flops, 23% of the capital evaporated from Thursday to Monday. In the end someone came in to buy the stock: yesterday Carige stock saw a 7.6% recovery. Russian mountains, they call them at the Stock Exchange in Milan. Speculative manoeuvres that no one is able to stop

Green & Tech

“Beware of microfragments poisoning the sea” / INTERVIEW
“Ship fumes can prevent hurricanes”

“Ship fumes can prevent hurricanes”

Rotterdam - Emission limits for ships increasingly attract the ire of shipowners, particularly the one kicking in in 2015 in the SECA (Sulphur Emission Controlled Areas: 0,1% sulphur in fumes) areas of the North Sea and the Baltic