amount of 3.6 million euros

Work to restore the functionality of the building has begun Red quay of the commercial port of Salerno. L’Port System Authority (AdSP) of the Central Tyrrhenian Sea formally launched a program to complete and strengthen the infrastructure of the Campania port, delivering the first of four important works planned for the port of Salerno last Monday, 10 June. To report the news President of the AdSP, Andrea Annunziata, which will soon announce the opening of other important construction sites. The works will serve to make the ro-ro (roll-on/roll-off) rolling activities, i.e. the docking of ferries carrying wheeled loads such as cars, heavy vehicles, wagons, goods which does not require the aid of external mechanical means to be loaded. They affect a key area of ​​the Port of Salerno, almost the entire shoreline for a length of 184 metres, close to the squares where the Logiport company. Coordinated by the AdSP, the intervention is divided into two phases to ensure the least possible impact on port activities: the first will affect 100 meters of quay and must be completed by 23 February 2025; the second, 84 metres, will be completed by 27 October 2025. The contract is among the interventions entrusted as part of a Framework Agreement for infrastructure works signed with the Consorzio Stabile Grandi Lavori Scrl of Rome, of which the Salerno-based RCM Costruzioni is the executing company. The total cost of the works is 3.6 million euros. The other three works that will be started soon concern the Ponente area, the 3 January Pier and the Manfredi Pier.

All interventions that will be communicated as they are started. «With the completion of the extension of the Manfredi Pier in October – comments Annunziata – a further boost will be given to cruise traffic and tourism in general thanks to the presence of a greater number of cruise ships at the same time».


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