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The AdSP of the North Central Tyrrhenian 2020 with a loss close to 20 million euros

Of Majo: "All but one of the sectors are in very much suffering as a result of this emergency crisis health care

The Port System Authority of the Central Tyrrhenian Sea Northern plans to close the 2020 financial year a loss of around -19.8 million euros, more than 50% of agency's revenue, compared to an expected surplus of 412 thousand euros as per the 2020 budget of the AdSP approved in the middle Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport. He has Announced on Friday the president of the ADSP, Francesco Di Majo, during a hearing, with the regional councillor at Work protection of the territory and mobility Mauro Alessandri, 6th Committee (Public Works, Infrastructure, mobility, transport) of the Lazio Regional Council focused on the situation of Lazio's port system in Covid-19 emergency and the measures to be put in place in the phase of Reboot.

Di Majo began his speech by giving an overview on the situation of the four macro-sectors affecting the port Civitavecchia: cruiserism; passenger/highways sea; goods; energy hub and oil buoy. "All sectors, except one -- he explained -- are in very severe suffering at due to this health emergency crisis. The most affected of all is definitely the cruise one, which had a dizzying collapse in March. There are no more ships to be cruise arriving at the port of Civitavecchia and all the analysts they say the industry won't see recovery until September-October.' Di Majo pointed out that the sector ferries is in crisis: "the lines - he specified - are operating only in the transport of Tir and goods, not exceptional cases (such as repatriations from Barcelona or Sardinia). Unlike cruises, However, a slight recovery in this area is expected to June-July.'

In his speech, the President of the ADSP then explained that the goods sector is the least affected by the crisis and restrictive measures: "traffic," he noted, "was continues to be carried out, with reductions in some sectors but slightly increasing in others." As for the energy sector, "also," said Di Majo, "is suffering but the cause is not all in the coronavirus because there is a problem with the thermal power plant Torrevaldaliga North. In 2019 - he recalled - the Enel decided to drastically reduce its production for reconversion to gas and this has resulted in a consequent reduction in coal imports that power the plant. Let's talk about 50% reduction.' "The coronavirus," he added, " has only made this situation worse, with impacting not only on the Authority in terms of lower revenue from port taxes but also on the territory, all over the local economy that gravitates around the Central. We asked the Ministry of Development for action since September 2019, before the coronavirus, putting socio-economic impact on the territory.'

Always with reference to the theme of energy, Di Majo has also nodded to Fiumicino's case, as Civitavecchia was the point of access to the airport's fuel, powered by two buoys under the jurisdiction of the System Authority Port. "The 95% reduction in air traffic has made known of Majo -- it has obviously drastically reduced the demand for fuel and, as a result, has also caused a large contraction in the institution's tax receipts.'

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