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February 26, 2018

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The AdSP of the Centro Settentrionale Tyrrhenian Sea has joined to A.L.I.S.

Income in quality of honorary associate

The Authority of Harbour System of the Centro Settentrionale Tyrrhenian Sea, that it administers the ports of Civitavecchia, Fiumicino and Gaeta, has joined, in quality of honorary associate, to A.L.I.S. - Logistic association of the Sustainable Intermodalità, following the example of other Italian Authorities of Harbour System, that is those of the Tyrrhenian Sea Central (ports of Naples, Salerno and Castellammare di Stabia), of the Sea of Sicily Oriental (ports of Catania and Augusta), of the Sea of Western Sicily (ports of Palermo, Trapani, Porto Empedocle and Termini Imerese), of the Sea Adriatic Northern (ports of Venice and Chioggia) and of the Ionian Sea (port of Taranto), as well as of the Harbour Authority of Messina and the foreign Harbour Authorities of Barcelona and Valencia.

Manifesting satisfaction for the income in the association of the new honorary associate, the president of A.L.I.S., Guido Grimaldi, it has evidenced that, thanks to the central role of Civitavecchia in the Italian harbour system, the AdSP of the Centro Settentrionale Tyrrhenian Sea will be able to supply to the association "an authoritative and irrenounceable institutional contribution to the promotion and the development of the intermodalità. We consider in fact - it has added Grimaldi - that the keen adhesion to our association on these agencies so closely connected to the territory of which they are expression, is an opportunity important in order to improve the competitiveness of the System Country".

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