Port of Naples
|Port of Naples|
|Owned by||Port Authority of Naples|
|Type of harbor||Natural/Artificial|
|Size of harbor||266 ha (2.66 sq km)|
|Land area||142.6 ha (1.426 sq km)|
|Size||408.6 ha (4.086 sq km)|
|General manager||Antonio Del Mese|
|Vessel arrivals||63,788 vessels (2008)|
|Annual cargo tonnage||20,269,163 tonnes (2007)|
|Annual container volume||460,812 TEU's (2007)|
|Passenger traffic||8,988,056 people (2007)|
|Annual revenue||US$ 950 million (2007)|
|Net income||US$ 253 million (2007)|
The Port of Naples is one of the largest Italian seaports and one of the largest seaports in the Mediterranean Sea basin having an annual traffic capacity of around 25 million tons of cargo and 500,000 TEU's.
The port is also an important employer in the area having more than 4,800 employees that provide services to more than 64,000 ships every year.
|Nr of passengers||8,988,056|
The commercial cargo section of the port has four terminals: one for timber, one for cellulose and two for cereals with a total storage area of 75,000 m2 (810,000 sq ft) (35,000 sq m for timber and cellulose and 40,000 sq m for cereals).
The Port of Naples has one RoRo terminal with a total length of 850 m, a land area of 120,000 m2, storage capacity of 8,000 cars and a transshipment capacity of 900,000 units per year. The daily traffic with Sicily alone is 700 vehicles per day.
The sector involves four large companies and 60 small workshops which undertake ship repairs, that have a total number of 2,000 employees and a turnover over US$ 200 million.
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- "Modello ESPO 2007". Port Authority of Naples. Archived from the original on 22 July 2011.
- "Containers". Port Authority of Naples. Retrieved 2 July 2013.
- "Ro-ro". Port Authority of Naples. Retrieved 2 July 2013.
- "Table of traffic". Port Authority of Naples. Archived from the original on 16 September 2008.
- "Cruise terminal". Port Authority of Naples. Retrieved 2 July 2013.
- "Shipyards and repairs yards". Port Authority of Naples. Retrieved 2 July 2013.
- "History of the port". Port Authority of Naples.
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