The maritime transport of goods sector is directly influenced by processes of change taking place at such a fast pace that in many cases the conditions of risk and uncertainty grow worse. Technological progress, the deregulation of the markets, logistics integration and the new associated organizational enterprises, in particular, are constantly re-projected by the port and maritime industry. For the Italian economy the maritime activities are fundamental and represent one of the main levers for the growth and support towards the competitiveness of its businesses. The operative freight fleet controlled by Italian shipping companies in 2012 is made up 628 units for a total tonnage capacity of 26.4 million Dwt and a total gross tonnage of about 17 million. More especially the Ro-Ro fleet under Italian control is the world’s leader, representing 13% of the total world cargo capacity. Finally, the paper explores the strong concentration of shipping companies and their freight fleet of the Campania region in the Gulf of Naples.
|Titolo:||THE ITALIAN AND CAMPANIA REGION SHIPPING INDUSTRY|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2013|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||2.1 Contributo in volume (Capitolo o Saggio)|