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28 September 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 13:26 GMT+2

August 31, 2020

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A single proposal for the management of the terminal container at the Port Canal of Cagliari

It was presented by London-based PIFIM in Port of Amsterdam International

Although the world's leading terminal companies have not ceased to invest in new initiatives at present, even though they are confronting the new and acute global economic crisis triggered by the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, the current one it's definitely not one of the most auspicious moments for locate an operator who is willing to manage the terminal container at the time. Porto Canale di Cagliari. However, at 12:00 p.m. today, deadline last set for filing the grant application after that deadline had been repeatedly extended ( 29 May 2020), only one proposal has arrived for the restart terminal activity.

The Port System Authority of the Sardinian Sea has disclosed that it was put forward by the company English PIFIM law under use - i.e. without participation at the race -- with the Port of Amsterdam International, the company Port Authority of Amsterdam, which deals with collaborate in the development of port activities abroad. The London PIFIM, directed by Italian Davide Pinna, has as social objective of promoting business in different sectors economics and finance.

The ADSP pointed out that with the arrival of the proposal "it poses the basis for a concrete outlook for business recovery trade related to the transhipment sector and a future clearer employment for the hundreds of workers where cash is due on the next 2nd September.'

"Even though it is a little premature to sing victory and drawing conclusions - the President of the ADSP cautiously stated Sea of Sardinia, Massimo Deiana - today's one can be consider a very important result, which opens up new and important very important scenarios for the future of the Porto Canale di Cagliari. After careful work of drafting the stress international market for the ex Article 18 concession of the compendium, but, above all, a silent and stubborn activity scouting and promotion worldwide, we can finally put a first sticking point: to have to the acts of the institution a first official proposal for the relaunch of the transhipment in the Porto Canale di Cagliari. A goal that is not taken for granted and that only the tenacity lavished in this operation of international stimulation made it possible.'

"As of today," added Deiana, "it is at the evaluation committee that will carry out the review of the contents of the proposal that, if in line with our vision, will give the green light for the start of the investigation process and for the publication of the grant application, as well as under the current legislation.'

The procedure requires that, once the completeness of the response to the purpose of developing the prioritised trades by the ADSP, will follow the publication of the application for a period of at least 60 days, deadline within which other stakeholders may also be able to compete with or any comments Opposition. The port authority has specified that the port evaluation of the instance will be based on the analysis of the plans proposed operational, organisational and investment, and in particularly on the employment level, within which, based on AdSP's public notice, the new dealer will have to ensure a number of work units that are consistent with the granting and re-absorption of as many workers from CICT, the terminalist company of the Contship Italia group that previously operated the terminal.

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