TRIESTE – Interporto Rivers, a subsidiary of Orlean Invest, has recently presented an industrial development plan that includes about 19 million investments.
The announcement was made during a conference at the Intermodal Terminal in Marghera. The property intends to become a reference as a logistics hub for the Triveneto region. The geographical position and connections with the Middle East, Africa and the rest of Europe were one of the reasons for the acquisition, which took place last year in March, after composition with creditors that avoided the company’s bankruptcy.
On that occasion, just under 20 million euros were invested for Rivers Docks (Orlean Invest Holding Group) to complete the operation steered by Intels Nigeria limited of the Ligurian Gabriele Volpi, involved in Nigeria since the 1970s.
The purchase of a new crane, a hopper, the modernization of the means available to the terminal, the creation of a photovoltaic park and the restructuring of some warehouses are the intervention points planned to begin in the coming months. All this in order to transform it into a multipurpose terminal with the concept of “integrated logistics”, able to provide services on the entire supply chain.
Today the terminal (West Channel of Porto Marghera), spread over about 100 thousand square meters, has 90 thousand square meters of covered spaces, approximately 9500 square meters of offices and 500 meters of quay with 9.75 meters of draught.