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31 October 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 20:25 GMT+1

October 5, 2020

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The debate on the days of jobs lost in the port of Genoa due to the health crisis

CULMV, Filt Cgil, Fit Cisl and Uiltrasporti urge a comparison with AdSP and terminalists

The Genoa port company CULMV P. Batini and the trade unions have requested an urgent confrontation with the System Authority Port of the Western Ligurian Sea and with the port terminalists Genoese to discuss the devastating impact on the accounts of the the dramatic drop in traffic in the port of Genoa caused effects of the coronavirus pandemic. The Council of CULMV delegates and representatives of the Filt Ligurian sections Cgil (Enrico Poggi and Enrico Ascheri), Fit Cisl (Mauro Scognamillo and Massimo Rossi) and Uiltrasporti (Roberto Gulli and Duilio Falvo) highlighted that the health crisis has led to a drop of -20 number of ships passing through the port, a drop in the number of -17.8% of goods handled at the airport, with a reduction in -13.8% of containers alone, a fall of -60.5% of passengers in services and the almost zeroing of cruises (-87.9%).

This, they pointed out, resulted in a significant decrease in the number of days worked by members CULMV P. Batini despite the company's has never been interrupted, even in the toughest moments pandemic. The company announced that the balance sheet at the end of 2020 will be about 50 thousand working days lost compared to last year.

"These numbers are enough," they complained in a note. company and trade union representatives -- to explain clearly our concerns, but even more we are concerned that Port System Authority of the Western Ligurian Sea does not has yet to resolve the central nodes to protect continuity CULMV. In the short term, it must be defined tariff adjustment and the closing of the 2019 budget, adjustment of the investment agreement (SFP) also in the face of the recovery plan that goes on. At this difficult time for port, it takes an impartial director and referee to research solutions to give continuity and solidity a work organisation model that over the years has sign up to a strength for businesses and workers in the our stopover."

"We believe - concluded CULMV, Filt Cgil, Fit Cisl and Transport - that the comparison between transport and transport is no longer deferable AdSP, terminal operators, CULMV and trade unions to face and overcome this moment. But - they complained - there's someone at St. George's Palace who's able to raise this alarm and avoid serious injury port operations?"

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