“In a post-pandemic situation that has inevitably changed the values of the economies, the Authority must be able to read current events and become the driver of changes in order to make more sustainable choices and to relaunch the economy”. This was underlined by the president of the Port System Authority of the Northern Adriatic Sea Fulvio Lino di Blasio, on the occasion of his inauguration yesterday after the formal appointment on May 28 with the signing of the decree signed by the Minister of Infrastructures and Sustainable Mobility Enrico Giovannini . During the meeting, Di Blasio illustrated the current situation of the ports of Venice and Chioggia, in relation to market trends and the main dynamics of the shipping sector. The meeting also saw the participation of the former Commissioner of the institution Cinzia Zincone who, after having greeted and thanked the whole structure, welcomed and wished the new President good work, and the Commander of the Port Adm. Isp. (Cp) Piero Pellizzari. “To do this – Di Blasio specified -” the Adsp will dialogue with the institutions, the regional and municipal administration, with the Port Authority and with the other institutions operating in Porto as well as with the entire logistic and port ecosystem that operates in a unique and very particular reality like that of the lagoon “. “The Authority is a non-economic public body that represents the State on the territory” continued the President “for this reason we have the duty to build together with the institutional, economic and civil society actors and each for their own competence, an effective and constructive collaboration , based on knowledge and competence, aimed at achieving the common interest. We will have to fully implement the port reform law, review the structure of the Venetian ports by aiming at a concentration port and the consequent economies of scale, focusing on some key words such as energy and digital transition, technological innovation and sustainability, with the goal of becoming more and more attractive and stimulating private investments “. The Chairman therefore highlighted the need to return to giving an answer to the market and to the operators who seek answers and certainties from the Authority. “The world of economic activities linked to the Authority needs to have an interlocutor who is aware of the need to reconnect to the production and logistics system and who directs their choices accordingly, knowing full well that a fundamental production chain depends on them for the development of the territory and the economy “. “The ports of Venice and Chioggia – concluded Di Blasio – must be accessible ports in every sense: it will therefore be necessary to work on the many open dossiers, identifying the short and medium term objectives, working with dedication to fill the existing gaps and be protagonists of a new season of relaunch and growth “.