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Italian port sector’s excellence on display at Silk Road Exhibition

Tuesday, 05 November 2019 | 01:00

Silk Road Exhibition & One Belt, One Road Conference, which opened yesterday in Doha, is hosting an Italian Pavilion of about 84 square meters, organised by the Italian Trade Agency in Doha in collaboration with Invitalia, the Italian national agency for inward investment and economic development.

Italy’s pavilion include the participation of the Italian Ports Association and Unione Interporti Riuniti – the Italian association of Freights village – together with some of the most important Italian port authorities and freights village, such as the Southern Adriatic Ports Authority, the Port Network Authority of the North Tyrrhenian Sea, CePIM Spa – Parma freight village, the North Adriatic Sea Port Authority and the Venice Newport Container & Logistics Spa.

Pasquale Salzano, Ambassador of Italy to Qatar, said, “Silk Road Exhibition & One Belt, One Road Conference represents an important opportunity to promote in Qatar the excellence of the Italian port sector. Italy – also thanks to the commitment of the Italian Trade Agency and Invitalia– excels in “making system” abroad and in presenting cutting-edge technologies and highly efficient port management practices, which contribute to make our Country competitive in this field on the international scene”.

The Qatar Silk Road Exhibition is aimed at bringing together governmental institutions and private companies to let them share expertise and knowledge and to encourage new partnerships.

Ambassador Salzano said, “Italy has much to offer in terms of expertise and know-how in the management of ports and freights village services and facilities. The Italian port system is ready to start with Qatar new forms of cooperation and projects in order to attract investments and further strengthen our bilateral trade relations”.
Source: The Peninsula

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