The Consul General of the United States of America in Naples, Mary Avery, visited the Port System Authority of the South Tyrrhenian and Ionian Seas. On her arrival, she was greeted by President Andrea Agostinelli, who honored and explained the peculiarities of the port, the first Italian transshipment port within the international circles of the Mediterranean.
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Agostinelli also focused on the large rear port (370 hectares) that the port enjoyed and on the creation of the Special Economic Zone with the aim of demonstrating the investment opportunities available in this area to Consul General Marie Avery, both nationally and internationally.
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The meeting ended with a visit to the interior of the port, to get acquainted with the infrastructure of the port in its grandeur. The meeting was also attended by the Commander of the Port Authority of Gioia Tauro, Vincenzo Zagarola, and Managing Director of MCT Antonio Testi.
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