Italy’s maritime industry is deeply rooted in its rich maritime heritage and strategic coastal position along the Mediterranean Sea. With a coastline extending over 7,600 kilometers, Italy’s maritime sector encompasses diverse activities including shipping, shipbuilding, port operations, and marine technology. The Port of Genoa stands out as Italy’s largest port, serving as a vital gateway for both domestic and international trade, handling a wide range of cargo from containers to automobiles. Moreover, Italy’s shipbuilding industry, although more specialized compared to its historic prominence, continues to excel in the construction of luxury yachts, cruise ships, and naval vessels, supported by advanced engineering and craftsmanship. Additionally, Italy’s commitment to sustainability is evident in its efforts to develop eco-friendly maritime technologies, such as LNG-powered vessels and renewable energy solutions for maritime applications. This blend of tradition, innovation, and environmental consciousness underscores Italy’s significance in the global maritime landscape.

Major Ports supported
  1. Port of Genoa: As Italy’s largest port and one of the busiest in the Mediterranean, the Port of Genoa boasts extensive facilities for container handling, bulk cargo, and passenger traffic. Its strategic location on the Ligurian Sea facilitates trade connections with Europe, Asia, and beyond, serving as a vital economic hub.
  2. Port of Trieste: Situated at the northernmost tip of the Adriatic Sea, the Port of Trieste is a key gateway for maritime trade between Central Europe and Asia. Renowned for its deep-water berths and intermodal connections, it specializes in container handling, liquid bulk cargo, and logistics services, enhancing regional connectivity.
  3. Port of Naples: Nestled in the heart of the Tyrrhenian Sea, the Port of Naples is a bustling maritime hub renowned for its historical significance and modern infrastructure. Serving as a major gateway to Southern Italy, it facilitates diverse cargo operations, including containers, cruise tourism, and ferry services to nearby islands.
  4. Port of Gioia Tauro: Located on the southern coast of Italy, the Port of Gioia Tauro is one of the largest container terminals in the Mediterranean. With state-of-the-art facilities and strategic proximity to major shipping routes, it handles significant volumes of transshipment cargo, contributing to Italy’s role in global trade networks.
  5. Port of Livorno: Positioned on the Tuscan coast, the Port of Livorno serves as a crucial maritime gateway for Central Italy. Renowned for its specialization in Ro-Ro traffic, containers, and breakbulk cargo, it offers modern facilities and efficient logistics services, facilitating trade connections with Europe and beyond.
Services offered

Annual and 5-Yearly inspections – Lifesaving Appliances and Equipment: Life boat, Life Raft, Firefighting Appliances and Equipment, Davits, Load Testing, Spare Parts and Supply. Launching appliances and release gears testing, calibration and automation services. Chemical Powder Analyses, Foam Test Analyses, Thickness Tests for pipes and tanks, Air Quality Analyses.