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Corridors and logistical efficiency of territories – 2021 Edition

The report aims to offer an updated snapshot of the logistical opportunities and best practices available for import and export through the logistics corridors of Northern Italy, as well as some significant ideas, capable of guiding strategic choices towards the objectives and the priorities expressed by the market and by the main stakeholders in the logistics sector. The study is based on a sample of 400 manufacturing companies, located in Lombardy, Veneto, and Emilia Romagna, analyzing the logistical preferences related to the use of Italian gateway ports and the methods used to transfer goods to and from the ports, with a focus final on the ceramic district of Modena and Reggio Emilia.

The report focuses also on digitalization, sustainability and the Covid-19 impact.

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Italian Maritime Economy. The impact of Covid-19 on maritime transport: strategic routes and global scenarios. Intermodality and sustainability as keys to the Italian recovery

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This year’s Report devotes much of its analyses to the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on ports and maritime logistics. The phenomenon, in fact, has had considerable negative effects on all the indicators that measure the state of health of the sea economy and the economy in general. In this volume, SRM has carried out a detailed analysis of the various aspects with which the phenomenon is manifesting itself and has also tried, with reasoned estimates, to gauge the impact of the Coronavirus on our logistic system at a national level. In the first part of the volume, important events such as blank sailing, the reduction of the Suez Canal passages and the new configuration of world traffic have been monitored whilst providing an overview of the most recent trends of international trade maritime flows. In addition, a specific analysis is dedicated to providing a strategic vision on what could give our infrastructure more resilience to economic and health shocks in terms of drivers and port models for the future such as intermodality and sustainability, on which the second part of the research is focused. The third part, on the other hand, offers a focus of perspective, dedicated to a topic of great interest that is gradually rising to the forefront given the phenomenon of climate change: the Arctic sea route. This analysis has been carried out by SRM and Intesa Sanpaolo, with the collaboration of prestigious international study centers such as the University of Antwerp and the Shanghai International Shipping Institute.

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Sixth Maritime Economy Report. Maritime cluster in Italy, Europe and the Mediterranean

Federazione del Mare, Censis, Cogea, SRM, 2019

This Sixth Edition of the Maritime Economy Report highlights the socio-economic value of the sector and confirms the development and successes achieved, also indicating the challenges to be faced both in Europe and in the Mediterranean, in this delicate historical phase.

The economy of the sea is a sector which, due to its importance, would require more effective and coherent attention on a political and administrative level. It is necessary to draw up a national policy for the sector and to promote it within Europe.

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The Arctic Route. Climate change impact, Maritime and Economic scenario, Geo-strategic analysis and perspectives

This report has been carried out by SRM and Intesa Sanpaolo. It provides insightful outcomes through a multidisciplinary approach combining different sources of information and considering the possible implications of the Covid-19 pandemic: the great potential as a maritime energy corridor in the short-term, and as a cargo transoceanic route in the long-term; environmental issues for shipping and energy extraction; the challenges posed by the complex legal framework; a geopolitical context in balance between competition and cooperation.

The paper is only available in the English version.

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COVID-19 Observatory on Maritime Transport and Logistics | April 2020

This working paper initiates a series of reports aimed at monitoring one of the most important sectors in Italy and it opens with an international outlook over the most significant effects that the coronavirus has caused on shipping and port logistics. Then, a series of estimates is proposed on the significant impact of the phenomenon on Italian maritime trade (import-export). The report concludes with the results of a Survey on the effects of COVID-19 carried out by SRM through some questions addressed to a sectoral panel made up of the main national players from associations and ports. It is a survey with interesting implications that addresses current problems and needs alongside possible solutions to a future recovery.

The report is available in the English and Italian versions.

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Corridors and logistical efficiency of territories – 2020 Edition

The role of sustainability and district tradition in enhancing the value of Italian manufacturing

The path taken in 2019 by SRM and Contship with the redation of the first study on the perception of the efficiency of logistics corridors, by the manufacturing companies of Lombardy, Emilia Romagna and Veneto, continues.
The main objective of the report remains to provide a clear picture of the performance of logistics systems, as perceived by Italian manufacturing companies trading imports and exports. The ambition is to provide companies, associations, public institutions and logistic operators with data and ideas which might influence their choices, investments and development strategies.
Through this investigation, we try to answer complex and articulated questions, concerning the logistic corridors used by the companies that use containers to transport their goods, analyzing the preferred modes of transport used to reach the port infrastructures from the company headquarters and vice versa, and identifying the Italian ports which these companies prefer to use to receive imports and ship exports.
The new edition integrates the suggestions collected through a series of technical focus groups, composed by shippers and cargo owners. Among the novelties of the latest edition, readers will find a focus on the reasons that determine the logistical choices of companies, a drill down on sustainability and a new section, dedicated to one of the best performing production clusters, in terms of export, the wine district of Conegliano – Valdobbiadene.

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The Belt and Road Initiative: analysis of a geo-strategic phenomenon and reflections on the role of Italy and of its port system

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Much has already been said and written on the Belt and Road Initiative, especially following the Chinese president’s visit in Italy in March 2019, which provided the opportunity to sign a Memorandum of Understanding including several collateral agreements ranging from infrastructure and transport to exchange of data and know-how and included trade agreements and partnership projects in the fields of research and industry.

Before discussing the core of this paper, it seems necessary to briefly outline the reasons that led to the initial design, development and expansion of the BRI, which is already encompassing more than 100 countries and seems bound to involve many more.

This paper is extracted from the SRM’s 6th “Italian Maritime Economy” Report .


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International Dry Bulk Shipping Trend in China’s Perspective

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China has gradually become a big energy and resource user in the global scale into the 20th century. China’s iron ore and coal imports are taking rapidly rising shares in global seaborne trade, with “China factors” getting predominant for determining the global dry bulk market. In recent years, the shipping industry has been suffering, and China’s dry bulk shipping market is also changing quietly. This article analyzes the changes of China factors and the resulting impact on the global shipping market from perspectives of industrial chain structures of various cargoes.

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This paper is extracted from the SRM’s 6th “Italian Maritime Economy” Report .


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Current and future scenario for shipping companies

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The global containership fleet grew by 5.7% to reach 22 million TEU at the end of 2018, according to Alphaliner figures. Forecasts see a further increase in Cellular Fleet capacity to reach almost 24 million TEU in 2020. A glance at historical data on orderbook gives us some ideas about the trend in global activity (or throughput) in the container transport sector; carriers’ mood about the present time and their expectation on future activities.

The research is available only in the English version.

This paper is extracted from the SRM’s 6th “Italian Maritime Economy” Report .

 


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Maritime transport of vehicles and the role of  terminals in the automotive chain. Strategies  and investments for development in Europe and Italy

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This paper provides an overview of the global situation of maritime transport of vehicles with data and information on the volumes, routes and port-logistic activities connected to these.

To this end, it will be illustrated which strategies carriers are deploying in order to face the new challenges of the market while keeping efficiency at the centre of their attention. Based on these data, some forecasts will be elaborated on trade flows and routes along which this kind of traffic is currently concentrating.

This paper is extracted from the SRM’s 6th “Italian Maritime Economy” Report .


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