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18 September 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 22:09 GMT+2

September 27, 2019

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For the Sardinia the added value generated from the economy of the sea is of 1,6 billion euros

The island counts beyond 600 enterprises of the marine cluster

Last year the system of the Sardinian ports, constituted from the ports of call of Cagliari, Olbia, Porto Torres, Oristano, Golfo Aranci, Porto Vesme and Santa Teresa di Gallura, has enlivened 47,7 million tons of goods and 6,3 million passengers, traffics that represent respective 10% and 12% of the national total. The data are evidenced today in the course of the seminary from the title "the economy of the sea - Opportunity of development for the Sardinia" that statoo it is spitato by the Authority of Harbour System of the Sea of Sardinia in the room conferences of the Ichnusa Pier to Cagliari and has been occasion of the presentation of a focus on the Sardinia of Studies and Searches for Southern Italy (SRM) of the Intesa Sanpaolo group.

"The harbour system of the Sardinia - the regional director of Latium, Sardinia has commented and Sicily di Intesa Sanpaolo, Pierluigi Monceri - must more and more head at the device drivers that represent its vocation and meanwhile to activate initiatives that allow to attract new traffics. The cruises and the nautical one from diporto have a remarkable moltiplicativo impact on the economy of a territory for which they go supported and undertaken strategies finalized to having traffics during all the year. It is necessary to head to receive logistic investments and for this it is necessary to plan instruments that of it they favor their attraction and in such direction we emphasize the strategic importance of Special the Economic Zone. The "port of the future" - it has found Monceri - to our judgment must guarantee to the territory: internationalization, logistics and development of tourism and are these the three imperatives on which Cagliari and the harbour system of the Sardinia it must set up own increase".

"Our studies - the general manager of SRM has explained, Massimo Deandreis - evidence the always dynamic Mediterranean with the Suez Canal that continues to mark important records in terms of passage of ships and goods. It remains to face for our Country the topic of the harbour competitiveness since by now all the ports of call of the Med area are carrying out investments in logistic infrastructures and platforms in a position to returning more fluid the flows in import and export of the goods. We must therefore become account that a section, as that of the logistic row, than door to our Country added value 40 billion euros, it must be valued with decision and firmness; and in first row it must be place I throw again of the portualità of the Sardinia that boasts the presence of an important port of call as Cagliari and of Special an Economic Zone that can give to an important hand to attract investments and therefore resources financial institutions for the development and the occupation".

In the course of the encounter it is specified that the Sardinia has an added value generated from the total of the fields connected to the economy of the sea pairs to 1,6 billion euros, 5.3% of the total of the added value of the territory. With beyond 600 enterprises of the marine cluster, it is seventh in Italy (7% of the national total). Moreover the marine transport is fundamental for the internationalization of the economy of the Sardinia: 97% of the import-export of the territory happen "by sea" (in Italy 37%), draft of 12,9 billion euros (+14%), and for 90% of the total it is constituted by exchanges producing oil&gas, coke and refined legacies to.

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