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29 October 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 08:20 GMT+1

September 28, 2020

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In the port of Ravenna, the procedures for clearance of bulk goods at sea

They account for more than 80% of the traffic Scalo

In the port of Ravenna, in the experimental phase, the project for carrying out customs clearance procedures at sea goods in bulk, a mode that allows you to run checks of the documentation of goods in advance of the when the ship arrives, that is, when the goods are still in sea voyage. Presenting the project yesterday, the President Adriatic Sea Port System Authority Centre-North, Daniele Rossi, recalled that "the bulk traffic accounts for more than 80% of bulk goods overall eventful in our harbour and this new customs procedure - he stressed - will give significant and real benefits to operators and therefore, ultimately, will help to make it even more competitive stopover.'

'The launch of the experimental offshore clearance project Rossi continued: "This is a very good idea. very important step forward for the port of Ravenna, the first to national level for this type of traffic. The procedure will simplify and speed up operations on the port of Ravenna, facilitating logistics related to the handling of goods in bulk.'

Speaking at the presentation of the project Interregional director for Emilia Romagna and Marche Customs Agency director Franco Letrari, to the Director of the Customs Office Of Ravenna's Customs, Giovanni Ferente, and the commander of the Provincial Command of the Guardia di Finanzam Andrea Mercatili, the President of the Ravenna Section of the Customs Association Emilia Romagna and Vice-President of the Shipping Association Ravenna International, Alessandra Riparbellli, highlighted that "the port of Ravenna boasts a certain luster as far as customs trials, considered - he said remembered -- that in the past was pilot for the trial of the one-stop shop and also for the clearance at sea for ships with cargo in containers. Now the system will then be implemented with the testing of the clearance procedure at sea also for "bulk" ships and this is a great opportunity for our port being Ravenna as a leader in the "solid bulk" sector, especially for raw materials for the ceramics industry, fertilizers and some cereals, flaked and materials Ferrous. This - concluded Riparbelli - thanks to the synergy between Customs Agency, Port System Authority and all other institutions such as the Finance Guard and The Captaincy of Porto."

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