October 26, 2020
- From the Terminal Alti Fondali Savona a test load of coke
steel works for the ArcelorMittal group
- Italiana Coke records an increase in sea transport
compared to the one overland
- Italiana Coke, the company that manages in the port of
Savona the terminal for solid bulk through the Terminal branch
Savona High Seabed (TAFS), thanks to a temporary authorization
to store the departing coke in the port port, delivered
a test load of steel coke to the ArcelorMittal group.
- This is 10,000 tons that have started in recent days since
terminal in Savona and arrive in Taranto. To board the TAFS cargo
obtained from the Port System Authority of the Ligurian Sea
authorization to use an area of the port of
Savona to store the coke destined for embarkation in the forecourt.
Italiana Coke specified that the authorization is for the
temporary time and limited to 2/3 test embarkations. The option
allows TAFS to increase its daily boarding instalment and to
be able to work with important volumes (10,000 tons) and at a
in line with normal standards.
- In the meantime, the company has instructed a new practice
at the Fire Brigade to obtain an authorization
storage areas, in the event that traffic for
Taranto can be consolidated. Italiana Coke has in fact pointed out that
their sales are increasingly veering towards transport via
sea and towards exports and that since 2015 there has been a
constant increase in exports and at the same time an increase in
shares of coke shipped by sea which, in these first nine months of the
2020, overtook those of coke shipped overland.
- "The constant increase in exports of the last five
years and shipping by sea -- pointed out the administrator
delegate of Italiana Coke, Paolo Cervetti - it is a signal
positive for Italiana Coke. The test load for ArcelorMittal is
an important opening obtained thanks to the work of all in this
Direction. We trust that it can turn into a relationship
between important companies of the Italian system in a
moment of great uncertainty in the world economy in which it is
they also rethink the logic of global supply in
the direction of greater régionalisation.'
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