23 February 2019

40 University students visit TCR and Sapir terminal in Ravenna

This morning, Sapir and TCR (participated by Sapir and Contship Italia) welcomed 40 students no the Port of Ravenna


Students come from the Master course in Corporate Law (5th Edition) directed by Professor and Lawyer Desirèe Fondaroli, and from the Master in Maritime Port and Logistics Law (1st Edition) directed by Professor and Lawyer Greta Tellarini

Both Master courses, hosted by Ravenna’s University Campus, are run by the Law Dept. of the University of Bologna, in partnership with Port Authority, Ravenna Bar Association, Confindustria Romagna along with many more Enterprises from local territory and the port industry.

The Master courses offer students the possibility to deepen their knowledge of Corporate Law in diverse industries, forming specialized professionals.

Riccardo Sabadini, Sapir President, greeted the alumni showcasing future perspectives in the world of logistics and port services. Giannantonio Mingozzi, TCR President and Federico Masotti, Operations Manager, opened the visit, underlining how the “substantial investments have improved competitiveness of loading and unloading operations while simultaneously raising quality of service offering to Shipping Lines”. Ravenna is the only port in the Emilia Romagna Region, and development of this facilty “will benefit the entire regional economy, representing a singular Case Study and employment opportunity for young graduates and those who want to pursue careers in the port industry” – Mingozzi and Masotti added.

After the opening speech, students visited the terminal premises accompanied by Sapir staff. In the picture; Master students in the TCR quay; Presidents Sabadini and Mingozzi with the Master Course Directors.

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