MARINA DI CARRARA – A memorandum of understanding was signed this morning, Thursday, between Adsp Mar Ligure Orientale, F2i Holding Portuale Spa, Mdc Terminal Srl, Cna and Confartigianato to temporarily resolve the need for access to the sea strongly expressed by the companies of the pleasure boating sector. Outlet to the sea which is also foreseen by the future Port Regulatory Plan, through the construction of a travel lift in the port of Marina di Carrara, according to what has already been approved within the DPSS.
However, pending the approval of the PRP, the president of the Adsp, Mario Sommariva, decided to satisfy the requests of the trade associations, identifying a temporary solution that would meet the urgent needs of a production sector in full development phase. mainly of the companies already present that grow exponentially in turnover, employees, capacity and production value. A development that is concretely translating into real estate transactions and projects for new establishments.
The signing of the important agreement was made this morning by president Sommariva, by Carlo Merli, as representative of F2i Holding Portuale, by Andrea Scarparo, as representative of Mdc Terminal, by Gino Angelo Lattanzi and Carlo Alberto Tongiani as representatives of Cna, by Sergio Chericoni, as representative of Confartigianato.
Thanks to the protocol, the two terminal operators undertake to apply, with effect from 1 May 2022 and until 31 December 2022, controlled rates for the hauling and launching of boats, calculated on the assumption of a minimum annual number of 140 operations that they will be carried out by terminal operators with the help of quay cranes.
Satisfaction was expressed by Sommariva: “We have tried to remedy a situation of inconvenience suffered by the numerous operators in the pleasure boating sector. The one adopted with this protocol is a temporary solution, of mutual satisfaction, which combines the different economic, productive and employment needs of the subjects involved. This pending approval by the PRP which, among other important infrastructural works, will also allow us to build the long-awaited travel lift “.