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10 July 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 18:03 GMT+2

June 1, 2020

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Assoporti adheres to the commitment of the main ports international airports to ensure the activity of the stopovers during emergency

Musolino: to deal with the crisis we must imagine a ever-closer and synergistic relationship between production, logistics, portability and sustainability

In recent days, 20 international ports, acknowledging the role port stopovers in maintaining port traffic flows during the health emergency from Covid-19, they signed up joint declaration that ensures that the ports in the crisis, commitment to maintaining trade global trade ports that have since expanded to more than 50 ports around the world and to which, for Italy, the Association has joined Italian Ports (Assoporti).

The signatories pledged to work together to ensure the arrival of ships, ensuring port operations and keeping the flow of goods around the world. They have also committed to exchange good practices and share experiences and measures each in coping with the ongoing pandemic.

A first video meeting took place on Friday conference with representatives of all ports that have signed the declaration to discuss the issues health emergency. To represent Assoporti President Pino Musolino who has the delegation for relations international authorities, who intervened with a report articulated articulation in which it highlighted, among other things, that "ports Italians are facing the worst crisis in 70 years but, also thanks to the efforts of terminalists, pilots, agents, conveyors -- he specified -- continued to work for support the country system by obviously taking the necessary measures to allow workers to operate safely."

In his speech, the President of Assoporti noted that "it is it is clear that, at least in the short term, it will be necessary to aim recovery, as quickly as possible, of the through-put of goods and passengers zeroed out, or almost, from the Covid-19. But in the middle and long-term, if we want to aim for a port that can to resist and overcome exogenous shocks- said Musolino - we have to imagine an ever closer relationship and synergistic between production, logistics, port and Sustainability. A strategy to share at the level Global. In this sense , Musolino noted, the initiative of today it has great value because it enshrines, at the level an alliance of views and visions by world's largest ports."

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