To contribute to the reduction of the environmental and social impact that derives from production activity and transport of goods by redefining the logistical management of raw materials and processed products thanks to an integrated and multimodal logistic system. This is, in short, the recipe of Cereal Docks, that was examined by a study carried out by transport economist specialist, prof. Andrea Giuricin.
It was presented in the last few days the study on best practices for CO2 reduction carried out within the SUPAIR project launched by the Northern Adriatic Sea Port Authority (NASPA) of the ports of Venice and Chioggia. The project deals with the reduction of emissions from navigation and port operations on land through an integrated approach, which aims to improve the ability of port authorities to plan and implement low-carbon and multimodal transport and mobility solutions.
Following the Prime Ministerial Decree of 22 March 2020, we are writing to confirm the continuation of production and supplies of products by the companies and plants of the Cereal Docks Group.
All the production, work and logistics activities are regularly ongoing in the Cereal Docks Group.
A new oil tanker truck for transporting oils is added to the other 7 custom Euro 6 vehicles under the Cereal Docks brand name, which for several months have been transporting products on behalf of the company.
Cereal Docks Spa
Via dell’Innovazione, 1
36043 Camisano Vicentino
Vicenza – Italia
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