Venice bets on project cargo and river traffic / INTERVIEW
“The Silk Road will benefit all the economies” / INTERVIEW
“It’s time to unite against the investment funds” / INTERVIEW
“Med ports must look to North Africa” / INTERVIEW
“Airport of Genoa will turn the corner in 2018” / INTERVIEW
“Determined to reunite Italy’s shipowners” / INTERVIEW
“Chiquita says goodbye to banana ships and expands into containers” / INTERVIEW
Bono: “Fincantieri is looking to Germany” / INTERVIEW
“Unless we invest, we will be cut out of traffic” / INTERVIEW
“Europe protects its sailors’ labour”

“Europe protects its sailors’ labour”

Genova - “ What Mattioli presidency? Mario Mattioli is Manuel Grimaldi’s lieutenant, and please do convey the contentious tone of my comment.” In his own way, Vincenzo Onorato, who is the chief of Tirrenia-MOBY and the great dissident among Ital ian shipowners, was welcoming the new president of Confitarma

“Maritime school graduates should no longer need to pay for their courses”
“The port of La Spezia is growing, but action must be taken on the docks” / INTERVIEW
“STX France? It will remain State-owned for now” / INTERVIEW
Maersk: “Too early to predict financial impact of cyber attack”
Grimaldi: “Confitarma should remain the one single home for shipowners” / INTERVIEW
Spirito: “Naples is finally ready to forge ahead” / INTERVIEW
“We aim  for better services”
“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.