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19 November 2017 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 04:07 GMT+1



November 10, 2017

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The European coordinator of the Adriatic-Baltic Sea Corridor has visited the port of Ravenna

Rossi: our port of call is a terminal of this most important "road"

Yesterday the port of Ravenna is visited by professor Kurt Bodewig, European coordinator of the Adriatic-Baltic Sea Corridor, of which the Italian port of call it takes part. "The port of Ravenna - Bodewig to the term of the carried out visit on board of a motor patrol vessel of the Harbour office has asserted - has made me an optimal impression. It is a port that have many virtues, in particular the advantage to very have space for the development of the harbour activities, and task that this is very positive not only for Ravenna, but also for all the ports of the Adriatic North. The Adriatic North is, in fact, one of the main areas that all the flow of transport in the heart of Europe carries directly, in the great market of Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the Low Countries and what I have seen today and what I have felt in relation to the investments in course and the future development of the port of Ravenna, the important role confirms me that this port of call will be able to carry out for all these territories".

In the course of the day the president of the Authority of Harbour System of Mare Adriatico Centro Settentrionale, Daniele Rossi, has illustrated all the projects in course and of next realization to Bodewig that has then met, in the center of the agency, the mayor of Ravenna, the other local institutions and the operators who to Ravenna have projects of interest for the Corridor.

"The visit of professor Bodewig - it has emphasized Rossi - is a moment of great importance in order to inside reaffirm the strategic role of terminal to sea of the port of Ravenna of the Adriatic-Baltic Sea Corridor, role who places our port of call in the middle of one of the crucial nodes of the European planning of transport and that it can offer important advantages to the development and the economy of this territory and of the entire Country. The Adriatic-Baltic Sea Corridor - Rossi has remembered - crosses six Countries Members of the European Union (Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, Slovenia and Italy) for about 1.800 kilometers, connecting the adriatic ports of Trieste, Venice, Ravenna and Koper with the Baltic Sea ports. In total, the Corridor crosses multimodali 13 knots city and airports, 25 ports and 24 platforms. Europe finances and supports the realization of the Adriatic-Baltic Sea Corridor since it judges it a strategic infrastructure in a position to creating occupation and to contribute to the reduction of the injurious emissions. And Ravenna is a terminal of this most important "long road" which always more will travel the goods arrived by sea to our port of call".

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