Port of Palermo spends 30 million to complete docks in advance

In the port of Palermo, the works to consolidate and secure the Vittorio Veneto south and Santa Lucia south docks have been completed ahead of schedule. The project, with a total cost of thirty million euros, is part of the activities promoted by the Port Authority of the Western Sicilian Sea to improve the functionality and safety of the port, in response to the increasing volumes of cruise traffic and ship sizes. Before the works, both docks had stability issues, with Vittorio Veneto even being unusable. The project involved a general refurbishment and adaptation to the new functional needs and requirements for cruise ship docking. The two docks were consolidated, resolving deficiencies and made compatible with the deeper depths required for the adjacent basin. The president of the Port Authority, Pasqualino Monti, highlighted the efficiency in completing the projects and mentioned ongoing works funded by the National Recovery and Resilience Plan.

Completate in anticipo le banchine nel porto di Palermo, spesi 30 milioni

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