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Ferretti, more investment and 80 new hires

Ferretti, more investment and 80 new hires

Genova - Ferretti,the second largest yacht shipbuilder in the world, has returned to profit a year ahead of schedule, and announced investments for €46.4 million, of which 25 million is for R&D, and 21.4 million for manufacturing (details to be released by September), along with a recruitment plan for 80 workers

Puglia sets funds for dredging programme

Puglia sets funds for dredging programme

Bari - The Puglia Region has allocated €48 million for the dredging of ports that are not under the management of port authorities. “For decades, dredging operations have not been performed in Apulian ports of regional scale. “We’ve decided to step in,” said Mr. Giannini, Regional Councilor for Infrastructure

Versilia Yachting Rendez-Vous: a new event is born
Baglietto sells the Baglietto 46m fast
Last chance to save Genoa Boat Show

Last chance to save Genoa Boat Show

Genoa - For the umpteenth time, prospects for an agreement between UCINA and Nautica Italiana, the two organizations which currently represent Italy’s leisure boating sector, went up in smoke.

The first Versilia Yachting Rendez-Vous  will be held from 11th to 14th May 2017
Azimut reports faster growth: +15% in the first four months of the year
“Italian tourist ports are at risk of bankruptcy”

“Italian tourist ports are at risk of bankruptcy”

Genoa - “The most important Italian tourist ports are in danger of failing.” UCINA, Assomarinas and Assonat are now raising the alarm regarding the Constitutional Court’s decision that will be pronounced on 10 January on the retroactive increase in State fees at tourist port facilities

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