The new maritime scenarios in the Mediterranean, opportunities of development for the Emilia Romagna region

Join webinar organized by Intesa Sanpaolo and Port Network Authority Central North Adriatic Sea on Monday 19 July at 4 p.m.

SRM will present the latest Italian Maritime Economy Report, and speakers will discuss about the opportunities of development for the Emilia Romagna region.

LINK WEBINAR: https://intesasanpaolo.webex.com/intesasanpaolo/onstage/g.php?MTID=e41fd56f84d8f2c85222d18c9a43bd386



Michele De Pascale, Mayor of Ravenna
Cristina Balbo, Regional Director of Emilia Romagna and Marche Intesa Sanpaolo

Presentation of the 2021 Italian Maritime Economy Report
Massimo Deandreis, General Manager SRM, Intesa Sanpaolo Group
Alessandro Panaro, Head of Maritime & Energy SRM, Intesa Sanpaolo Group

Infrastructure and business strategies
Eugenio Grimaldi, Executive Manager Grimaldi Group
Guido Ottolenghi, General Manager and CEO La Petrolifera Italo Rumena
Riccardo Sabadini, President of the SAPIR Group
Marco Spinedi, President Interporto di Bologna

Daniele Rossi, President Port Network Authority Central North Adriatic Sea 

Modera Lorenzo Tazzari, journalist

19.07.2021 16:00
19.07.2021 17:30

Organizing Entities

Intesa Sanpaolo

Adsp Del Mare Adriatico Centro-Settentrionale

Italian Maritime Economy. Ports, routes, freight rates and shipping: mirrors for global change. Sustainability and logistics as key drivers for competitiveness in the Mediterranean

The eighth edition of this report analyses some of the most interesting phenomena affecting the maritime economy, brought to light by the pandemic. Covid-19, in fact, has continued to have an impact on all variables and traffic dynamics, especially with regards to the container sector.  A section of the Report is dedicated to Sustainability, considered to be a pillar on which the world economy will have to focus in the years to come. At the moment, investing in new forms of energy (such as hydrogen and LNG), focusing on everything that leads to zero emissions or the creation of so-called Green Ports, seems to be more of an obligation than a necessity. SRM's analyses look at all this, while making use of essays and in-depth studies elaborated by its national and international partners, such as the Universities of Hamburg and Antwerp and the Shanghai International Shipping Institute.

€ 70,00
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