Autorità Portuale di Savona
Via Gramsci 14
The Italian Port of Savona, constituing with Genoa and La Spezia the Ligurian Ports Alliance (LPA), has a strong position as the fruit trader in Mediterranean Sea region and is Italy's top 4th cruise harbour.
About 20 stevedores in Savona handle a wide range of goods: both imports and exports of cars, steel and iron, wine and vegetal oil, cement, agribulk, coal and coke as well as forest products. Since 2003, Costa Cruises has been operating a passenger terminal with 1.4 mln travellers in 2014.
It has a fast road connection to Piedmont and to other Northern Italy regions via the A6 Savona-Turin motorway. Moreover, the port is rail-linked to the domestic network and two international railway lines. The port authority is currently focused on the construction of the new container terminal planned to be finished in 2017 and to be operated by APM Terminals since then.
|P||Costa Crociere Cruises|
|D||Terminal Alti Fondali Savona|
|R||Savona Terminal Auto|
|D||Terminal Rinfuse Italia|
|Total port area||465,000 m2|
|Of which rentable sites||n/a|
|Water depth||19.5 m|
|Total quay length||3 km|
|No. of quays||n/a|
|TOTAL||12.09 mln tn||13.45 mln tn||-10.1%|
|Dry bulk||2.21 mln tn||3.37 mln tn||-34.4%|
|Liquids||5.91 mln tn||6.45 mln tn||-8.4%|
|General cargo||3.97 mln tn||3.63 mln tn||+9.5%|
|incl.||Containers||81,755 TEU||77,859 TEU||+5.0%|
|Ro-ro||1.47 mln||1.39 mln||+5.4%|
|Pax||1.39 mln||1.29 mln||8.1%|
Global Port & Marine Operations - 11th International Harbour Masters Congress 25-28 June 2018 UK/London