Inland Terminals

The dry ports located in Central and Northern Italy represent logistic nodes connecting the Ports of La Spezia and Marina di Carrara with the reference markets and prelaunch points for intermodal services towards central-southern Europe. In particular, the port provides services to the inland terminals of Melzo (Milan), Padua, Bologna, Dinazzano, Rubiera and Verona. The Melzo and Verona platforms are the relaunch points for Frenkendorf (Basel), Duisburg and Munich (Germany), and Rotterdam.

Export for each Region

  • Rail Hub Milano – Melzo
  • Padova Dry port
  • Verona Quadrante Europa Dry port
  • Bologna Dry port
  • Cepim – Parma Dry port
  • Rivalta Scrivia Dry port
  • Prato Dry port
  • Mortara Dry port
  • Intermodal Terminal of Dinazzano

The concept of port / hinterland integration, a strategic objective outlined in the National Strategic Plan of Ports and Logistics represents an important step in the direction to reform the European sector, consistent with the guidelines of the TEN-T regulation, Core Ports and its Core Corridors, which shall allow our country to recover its strong role in this sector in Europe.
Several agreements have been signed with freight and logistics centres in central/northern Italy to strengthen commercial relations and to create a critical mass of support infrastructure, necessary for better penetration into areas with greater added value from an economic and production viewpoint.

Over the next few years, AdSP (the Port Services Authority of the Eastern Ligurian Sea) intends to continue the development of agreements and protocols of understanding with logistic areas of interest in the entire system under the influence of the ports of La Spezia and Marina di Carrara.

Per Approfondire:

  • Rail Hub Milano – Melzo
  • Interporto Padova
  • Interporto Verona Quadrante Europa
  • Interporto di Bologna
  • Interporto Cepim – Parma
  • Interporto Rivalta Scrivia
  • Interporto di Prato
  • Interporto di Mortara
  • Terminal Intermodale di Dinazzano

The concept of port / hinterland integration, a strategic objective outlined in the National Strategic Plan of Ports and Logistics represents an important step in the direction to reform the European sector, consistent with the guidelines of the TEN-T regulation, Core Ports and its Core Corridors, which shall allow our country to recover its strong role in this sector in Europe.
Several agreements have been signed with freight and logistics centres in central/northern Italy to strengthen commercial relations and to create a critical mass of support infrastructure, necessary for better penetration into areas with greater added value from an economic and production viewpoint.

Over the next few years, AdSP (the Port Services Authority of the Eastern Ligurian Sea) intends to continue the development of agreements and protocols of understanding with logistic areas of interest in the entire system under the influence of the ports of La Spezia and Marina di Carrara.

Per Approfondire: