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Logistics relations between Italy and the Mediterranean

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Logistics relations between Italy and the Mediterranean

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Starting in the early 1990s, the role played by the Mediterranean in the main maritime traffic routes has progressively strengthened. Nowadays, the Mediterranean Sea is crossed by 19% of the world’s entire maritime traffic: around 1.4 billion tonnes of goods; 30% of world oil and almost two-thirds of all the other energy resources en route to Italy and to the other European countries transit through the Mediterranean, including those transported by underwater pipelines. In this context, the aim of re-launching Italy as the strategic axis of traffic within the Mediterranean, is achievable: The Med Area absorbs around 8% of Italian exports (more than the United States); total import-export trade between Italy and Mediterranean countries increased strongly in the 2000-2012 period (+86.8%) and these flows travel almost exclusively by sea (almost 70%). On the “supply” side, the South Shore of the Mediterranean is experiencing a phase of renewal: If until a decade ago the ports located on the South Shore played a marginal role in deep-sea maritime services, the development of transhipment terminals, first in Egypt and then in Morocco, has marked the entry of these countries in the container traffic management market.

This report is extracted from the SRM’s 3rd Annual Report on “Economic relations between Italy and the Mediterranean area – November 2013″.
Both the English and Italian version may be purchased from this website in digital version, at a discounted price.

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Starting in the early 1990s, the role played by the Mediterranean in the main maritime traffic routes has progressively strengthened. Nowadays, the Mediterranean Sea is crossed by 19% of the world’s entire maritime traffic: around 1.4 billion tonnes of goods; 30% of world oil and almost two-thirds of all the other energy resources en route to Italy and to the other European countries transit through the Mediterranean, including those transported by underwater pipelines. In this context, the aim of re-launching Italy as the strategic axis of traffic within the Mediterranean, is achievable: The Med Area absorbs around 8% of Italian exports (more than the United States); total import-export trade between Italy and Mediterranean countries increased strongly in the 2000-2012 period (+86.8%) and these flows travel almost exclusively by sea (almost 70%). On the “supply” side, the South Shore of the Mediterranean is experiencing a phase of renewal: If until a decade ago the ports located on the South Shore played a marginal role in deep-sea maritime services, the development of transhipment terminals, first in Egypt and then in Morocco, has marked the entry of these countries in the container traffic management market.

This report is extracted from the SRM’s 3rd Annual Report on “Economic relations between Italy and the Mediterranean area – November 2013″.
Both the English and Italian version may be purchased from this website in digital version, at a discounted price.

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