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27 October 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 17:01 GMT+1



January 15, 2020

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The Confetra Summit met with Minister De Micheli

Nicolini: it is necessary to have institutional places permanent and structured where to develop a daily comparison between market participants and public decision-makers

Today, Paola De Micheli, Minister of Infrastructure and Transport, met with the General Confederation's Summit Italian Transport and Logistics (Confetra) illustrated the main critical issues in the logistics from the infrastructure emergency that, above all, Liguria and Piedmont - specified the president of the Confederation, Guido Nicolini - is now making almost it is impossible to operate freight services, especially on to and from the country's main port system. "For not to talk - he added - about exceptional transport, now paralyzed even in the Northeast, with severe damage especially for Italian industry that is now unable to export whole types of artefacts."

Confetra pointed out that these difficulties are then add those of international scope: from ostracism Austrian austria compared to the Transits of the Brenner To the attitudes compared to Colle Tenda and until Brexit, which, for several reasons, however, end up producing the same uncertainty about costs, contracts and services.

"With the Port System Authorities still under EU infraction procedure on the subject of taxation, a BER dossier that risks handing over the Italian logistics industry a few vertical oligopolies, with an organization of the cycle warehouses to be redesigned in the name of regularity and healthy market competition, Nicolini noted, "there it seems clear that we need an industrial policy vision for the sector, deeply innovative and integrated, able to speak to the entire logistics supply chain, which, in Italy, with 110 thousand companies and more than one million employees are the second largest national GDP contributor (9%) after manufacturing."

During the meeting, which took place at the headquarters of the Ministry in Silvia Moretto, vice-president of the Confetra, underlined that "today comes more goods, fewer ports, to be worked on in less time. It is- he explained - one of the physical effects of naval gigantism and concentrations. 80% of teus in Italy they arrive in five stopovers, on larger carriers and with less touch. Paradoxically, valuable innovations such as pre-clearing, which speeds up the landing further, if you don't post within an efficient and coordinated supply chain, end up increasing stress on the entire handling chain and distribution."

"The theme of congestion on the main Country, Moretto continued, is a theme that needs to be national direction: it concerns manufacturing commission, shipowners, terminalists, regulators and governance authorities dedicated to monitoring goods, shippers, and whose distorting effects are then on the last ring, the truck. Faced with a phenomenon system systems are not enough bilateral tables and partial responses financially, we need an overview logistics cycle."

At the meeting, the Confetra asked the Minister to reactivate the Table for Legality, to resume meetings of the Table for the Development of the Air Cargo, to convene Logistics and Transport Partnership Organization in order to "To finally have places to be permanent and structured institutions where to develop, on all these themes and for all segments of the supply chain, a comparison between market participants and public decision-makers.'

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