The second day of ‘Shipping, Forwarding&Logistics meet Industry‘, an event promoted by Alsea, Confetra and The International Propeller Club with an audience that today records more than 800 operators involved.
The first session – reads a note from the event – ‘Who controls the logistics and why it should be of interest to industry (and politics) ‘saw the participation of Marco Migliorelli, vice president of Confetra, who introduced the session and expressed the hope that the category will at least control the logistics of national companies.
The session ‘The Italian industrial logistics system seen through the lens of the Next Generation Eu’ focused on the topic of investments by analyzing both the hypothetical composition of the NRP and the related European funding but also the investment needs outside these limits.
For example Andrea Arzà, president of Assogasliquidi-Federchimica, noted how the LNG sector represents a virtuous example of an energy supply chain that should fully fall within the lines defined in the Pnrr but the current text of the Plan, on the other hand, provides for LNG only very specific and targeted interventions (use and support for the purchase of buses and ferries LNG), not considering that without measures that cover the entire supply chain and the consequent logistics it will be very difficult to achieve the LNG penetration objectives even in local public transport.
Tomorrow 10 March a day dedicated to the drivers of the future of logistics: circularity and technological innovation.