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Transport Logistic Are Holding Discussions in Munich

Transport Logistic Are Holding Discussions in Munich

Transport Logistic is an internationally renowned fair that will be running this year between the 9th and 12th May. It is thought that the “Adriatic Ionian Logistics Corridor” will be at the centre of the discussions throughout the fir that is being held this week in Munich.  The fair dedicated to transport and logistics will include the logistics corridor in discussions because of the Rete Autostrade Mediterranee, or RAM. RAM is an in-house firm for the Ministry of Infrastructures and Transport that is led by Antonio Cancian, the Managing Director and Chairman. It is thought that as part of the event this week, RAM will promote the Adriatic Ionian Logistics Corridor conference, set to have taken place on the 10th May.

The conference was set to look at the theme of interconnection and the possible development of a Motorway of different Sea connections and services that take place in the eastern Mediterranean. This topic was set to be discussed from the perspective of the Adri Up project that RAM is a partner of. The Adri Up project is the Adriatic MoS Upgraded Service and was co-funded by the European CEF Program in order to look in to developing Motorways of the Sea located on the Italian-Greek axis and created through a number of infrastructure interventions in a number of different ports including Ancona and Trieste. This would include interventions in the Trieste International Port and the inner port of Ingoumentisa in Greece. This Adri Up scheme was thought to be a starting point and reference model of the discussions taking place at the conference.

The changes or interventions that occur in this area of the sea will hopefully make the connections between the ports and hinterland more efficient as well as increasing the capacity in the ports and improving the sustainability of the maritime routes that involve logistical hubs between the Adriatic and Ionian.

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