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20 March 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 03:55 GMT+1

October 18, 2018

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A delegation of the Logistic Association Sustainable Intermodalità has met minister Toninelli

Discussed the main topics legacies to the sustainable intermodalità

A delegation of the ALIS (Logistic Association Sustainable Intermodalità), composed by president Guido Grimaldi and the general manager Marcello Di Caterina, accompanied by the president of the shipowning group Neapolitan Emanuele Grimaldi, is received to Rome near the center of the Infrastructure and Ministry of Transportation from minister Danilo Toninelli with which the main topics are discussed legacies to the sustainable intermodalità. In the course of the encounter it is delivered to in charge of the ministry a document from the title "What we can make in order to develop to the intermodal field and the sustainable transport in Italy with the objective to remove truck from the freeways".

In minister Danilo Toninelli - the president of ALIS, Guido Grimaldi said to conclusion of the encounter - I have found "a clear will in deepening thematic own of the association that I represent. Particularly the necessity that by now is found in the field, in order to strongly reduce the carrier language traffic on our roads, to consider, besides the ports and to interposing to you, the marine routes as integral part of infrastructures in a position to supporting the intermodal transport. And therefore just according to estimate in flexible way the spatial limit of 150 kilometers of the street distance the existing routes, but not only to head also at the digitalisation of the entire field, through for example I use it of the electronic CMR".

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