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January 17, 2020

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On 30 and 31 January in Milan will be held "Shipping Meet Industry"

From this year Confetra is the main sponsor of the event

On January 30th and 31st, at the Convention Centre in Milan, Solombarda, "Shipping Meet Industry" will be held, sponsored and hosted by Assolombarda and promoted by Confetra, Alsea and Propeller Club that will have the theme "Italy In the Age of Logistics," a topic around which will rotate content and speakers of both institutional sessions opening and closing of both the different thematic workshops will animate the two days.

Resuming the reflections initiated on the occasion of Agorà 2019, the public meeting of the Confetra last November, the comparison will be articulated on geoeconomy and geopolitics, Via Silk and Duty War, Brexit and European Corridors TEN-T, 5G and technological innovation. There is also room for in-depth information on European regulators: BER, TUE free movement and Golden Power on everyone. The event will close on the issues of emergency infrastructure and green logistics.

Presenting the event, the president of the Confetra, Guido Nicolini, announced that "from this year Confetra has main sponsor of this event and a member of the committee promoting the manifestation.' Remembering that "Alsea is subject to promoter of the Shipping Meet Industry since its inception, four years ago, considering the combination of industry essential logistics/shipping', Alsea's president, Betty Schiavoni, explained that "this year, thanks in part to the participation of our Confederation, let's try to make a a further step given the changed international environment that places a increasingly at the heart of geopolitical choices, the system of transport and logistics as they understood from decades the Germans and how the Chinese are doing with the new Way Silk Road. It is necessary - Schiavoni stressed - that the our country to become aware of this, in particular the our policy, which historically has destined, unjustifiably, a lack of attention to our industry."

"The fourth edition of Shipping, Forwarding&Logistics Meet Industry - explained Riccardo Fuochi, president of The International Propeller Club Port of Milan - is without a doubt the largest ever, as a breadth of the issues and how variety of speaker extraction. Focus on geopolitics logistics, competitiveness and competition, sustainability and infrastructure strategies are extreme topicality. But also the technology sessions (cyberlogistics and automation), vertical (small and medium-sized) quality, refrigerated transport) and workshops are worth participation alone. The concept of triangular comparison contractors, suppliers and public authorities, which underlies the demonstration - highlighted Fires - has always been also International Propeller Clubs, so our full support and support comes naturally.'

Among the speakers, they have already confirmed the participation: Daniele Rossi (President Assoporti), Marco Conforti (member of the Feport European Board), Silvia Moretto (President of Fedespedi), Umberto Masucci (President The International Propeller Clubs Italy), Massimo Deandreis (Director General SRM), Enrico Maria Pujia (Director-General, Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport), Francesco Maresca (Assessor for Economic Development Logistics, Municipality of Genoa), Stefano Valvason (Director General A.P.I. Association Small and Medium Industries), Laura Castellani (director of the Central Directorate of Organization and digital transformation, Customs and Monopoly Agency), Clara Ricozzi (President OITA), Irene Pivetti (President Assoferr) and Eugenio Muzio (Chairman of the Intermode Commission, Assologistica).

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