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22 September 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 09:07 GMT+2



May 30, 2018

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Port of Livorno, the president of the prompt Region the removal of the Eni tube that obstructs the channel of the Tuscany Dock

Rossi: "it is decisive issue for Livorno and its port"

"It is necessary to as soon as possible remove the tube of the Eni that obstructs the channel of the Tuscany Dock. It is in order to speed up the resumption of the work that I am intentional to come personally here". The president of the Tuscany Region has said today, Enrico Rossi, in the course of the inspection that he has carried out in the harbour area of Livorno accompanied from mayor Filippo Nogarin, from the president of the Authority of Harbour System of the Tyrrhenian Sea Northern, Stefano Corsini, and from the commander of the Harbour office, rear admiral Giuseppe Tarzia.

"The work - it has specified Rossi - has been stopped. It is instead important that they resume in order to conclude itself as soon as possible. Our objective is in fact that of being able to dredge freely the channel so to carry the bottom to 13 meters and to afford to ships of 120 meters of length of being able to feed it, while now it can receive to the maximum floating of 60 meters. Therefore I have asked to know the precise date within which the work of removal of the tube of the Eni will be concluded that reduces the light of the channel. They had to finish within the month of next september, but they have been arrest warrants in order too much time. I have therefore intention to return here periodically to speed up of a fast effettuazione: it is decisive issue for Livorno and its port".



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