New continuity for the Olbia-Civitavecchia line
The ministry has published the requirements to obtain the service starting April 1
The Ministry of Transport has published the notice with which it initiates the procedure for the new maritime territorial continuity on the Civitavecchia-Olbia route, previously extended until February 28. The notice is addressed to all "shipowners interested in the execution of the public service, both for people and goods, in the period between October 1 and May 31 of each year as a condition to operate also in the period between June 1 and September 30 of each year". Expressions of interest must be submitted by February 25.
The start of operations of the territorial continuity service - it is written in the notice - will take place on "April 1, 2021 for a duration of at least 24 months". The connection between Civitavecchia and Olbia "will have to be daily in the period between October 1 and May 31" and the "trip must be made at night".
The connections will have to be operated with "naval units, declared suitable to the service, of which the enterprise of navigation has based on valid legal title (property, charter or other contractual title) - it is always written in the notice of the ministry -. The naval units to employ for the development of the public service must be "of class "A" and type Tr (ro-ro) TP" with age not superior to 20 years". They will have to have a "passenger transport capacity expressed in fixed places not less than 600 persons, of which 400 in berth" and a "capacity trailers-auto transport minimum of 820 vehicles and 900 linear meters of lane for heavy vehicles".
Sardinian companies, 4% will not reopen in 2021
Percentage higher than the national average. Low recourse to smart working
To measure the negative effects of Covid on the Italian economy, Istat is continuously analyzing companies. In a well-documented report recently released, the statistics institute recorded the state of business activity of companies in November 2020 (closed, open, partially open), the use of smart working and, above all, the forecast for 2021 (growth or decline in turnover). It emerged that companies in Sardinia have a higher percentage of potential closures (4% against a national average of 1.7% at the end of 2020), have recorded a larger drop in turnover (4% against a national average of 1.9%) with a higher peak for those that also work in the tourism sector (-32% drop against - 29% nationally) and will also record a negative one until February 2021 (4.8% against 3.2%). On the smart working front, Sardinian companies are a little behind: 7.1% have resorted to it compared to 11.1% of the national average. As far as the request for financing is concerned, Sardinian companies have requested those with a public guarantee more significantly than the national average (42.3% against 37.7%). Below - reworked at Cipnes Gallura - are all the data from the ISTAT survey, useful for understanding the outlook for Sardinia's economy and labor market.
IMPACT OF COVID. State of the enterprise as of November 2020. Totally open: 15,447 Sardinian companies, equal to 65.6% (national average of 68.9%). Partially open: 5804, equal to 24.6% (national average of 23.9%). Closed but plans to reopen: 1314 companies, equal to 5.5% (national average of 5.4%). Closed and do not plan to reopen: 961 companies, or 4% (national average of 1.7%).
Percentage in turnover in June-October 2020 compared to June-October 2019. No turnover achieved: 933 Sardinian companies, equal to 4% (national average of 1.9%). Shrunk more than 50%: 3684 companies, or 15.7% (national average 13.65%). Reduced between 10 and 50%: 10912 companies, or 46.4% (national average of 46.45). Reduced by less than 10%: 1517 companies, equal to 6.5% (national average of 9.5%). Turnover was unchanged: 4631 companies, or 19.7% (national average of 19.9%). It increased less than 10%: 730 companies, or 3.1% (national average of 3.8%). Increased more than 10%: 1119 firms, or 4.8% (national average of 6%).
Reasons for the decline in turnover. For the drop in demand as a result of restrictions: 9826 companies in Sardinia, equal to 41.8% (national average of 41.4%). For the decline in domestic demand for goods or services (including tourism demand): 7698 companies, or 32.7% (national average of 29%). For the decline in demand from abroad for goods or services (including tourism demand): 2147 firms, or 9.1% (national average of 9.7%).
Projected change in turnover in December 2020-February 2021 compared to December 2019-February 2020. Will not be achieved turnover: 1121 Sardinian companies, or 4.8% (national average of 3.2%). Will decrease more than 50%: 3759 companies, or 16% (national average of 14.8%). Will decrease between 10% and 50%: 8569 firms, or 36.4% (national average of 39.4%). Will decrease less than 10%: 1499 firms, or 6.4% (national average of 6.3%). Will remain essentially unchanged: 3019 firms, or 12.8% (national average of 14.8%). Will increase by up to 10%: 204 firms, or 0.9% (national average of 1.4%). Will increase more than 10%: 284 firms, or 1.2% (national average of 0.9%).
STAFF MANAGEMENT MEASURES FROM JUNE 2020 TO NOVEMBER 2020. Smart working: 1661 companies in Sardinia, equal to 7.1% (national average of 11.1%). Reduction in hours: 4987 companies, equal to 21.2% (national average of 22.2%). Increase in hours: 580 companies, equivalent to 2.5% (national average of 1.7%). Use of redundancy fund: 9378 companies, equal to 39.9% (national average 41.1%). Compulsory vacations: 4703 companies, equal to 20% (national average 21%). Reduction in fixed-term staff (contracts not extended): 2616 companies, equal to 11.1% (national average of 7.4%). Reduction in permanent staff (layoffs): 350 companies, equal to 1.5% (national average of 1.3%). Postponement of planned recruitment: 4242 companies, equal to 18% (national average 12.5%). Recruitment of new personnel: 894 companies, equal to 3.8% (national average 4.2%). Additional staff training: 6210 companies, equal to 14.2% (national average 13.1%).
SMART WORKING EFFECTS. Labor productivity. Increase: 92 Sardinian companies, equal to 0.4% (national average of 1%). No effect: 1140 companies, equal to 4.9% (national average of 6.9%), Decrease: 429 companies, equal to 1.8% (national average of 3.2%). Operating Costs. Increase: 396 companies, or 1.7% (national average of 2.4%). No effect: 1072 companies, equal to 4.6% (national average of 7%). Decrease: 193 firms, or 0.8% (national average of 1.7%).
FINANCING. Use of liquid assets on the balance sheet (bank deposits): 6667 companies in Sardinia, equal to 28.3% (national average of 24.8%). Use of non-liquid assets (sale of real estate or capital goods): 405 companies, equal to 1.7% (national average of 1.4%). Use of available margins on credit lines: 4185 companies, or 17.8% (national average of 18%). Changes in payment terms with customers: 1825 companies, or 7.8% (national average of 8.3%). Changes in payment terms with suppliers: 4746 companies, equal to 20.2% (national average of 19.2%). Acquisition of new bank debt (including public guarantees): 9185 companies, equal to 39% (national average of 35.4%). Use of alternative instruments to bank debt (bonds): 409 companies, equal to 1.7% (national average of 1.2%). Capital increase by ownership: 463 companies, equal to 2% (national average of 2.9%). Capital increase by outside lenders: 150 companies, or 0.6% (national average of 0.1%). Firms applying for loans backed by government guarantees from June to November 2020: 9944 firms, or 42.3% (national average of 37.7%).
Here is the link to the full ISTAT report: https://www.istat.it/it/archivio/251618
Staff training , the public contributions are coming
730 million from the new competences Fund are available to the enterprisesù
The "New Skills Fund" is operational, the tool designed to support with public funds companies that want to train their staff and adapt their organizational models to deal with the Covid-19 emergency. Established with the Relaunch Decree, it has an endowment of 730 million and its management is entrusted to ANPAL. The Support for Companies and Territorial Development division of Cipnes is available to entrepreneurs to provide information and help on the technical aspects to submit the application.
The ANPAL has published the notice for the acknowledgement of financial contributions in favor of all private employers who have stipulated, for changed organizational and productive needs of the company or to encourage paths of relocation of workers, collective agreements for the remodeling of working hours for paths of development of the skills of workers by December 31, 2020, signed at the corporate or territorial level by associations of employers and workers comparatively more representative at the national level, or by their trade union representatives operating in the company.
The training courses can be provided by accredited bodies (private entities, universities, secondary education institutes of the second degree, adult education centers, higher technical institutes, research centers accredited by the Ministry of Education) or organized independently by the company that has applied for the contribution (if provided for by the trade union agreement).
The application for recognition of contribution, referring to the share of salary and hourly contribution up to a maximum of 250 hours per worker and must be sent electronically to ANPAL. The procedure for evaluating applications is done according to the chronological criterion, taking into account the completeness of the documentation. The ANPAL, following any positive assessment, communicates the approval of training courses and provides the contribution through the mechanism of the contribution relief operated by the Inps and covers the cost of staff related to hours of attendance of the development of skills established by collective agreements. The validated training courses must necessarily be carried out within 90 days of approval of the application.
Hirings in Sardinia, in January drop of 27%.
The monthly report of Unioncamere on contracts expected by companies
Italian companies estimate to sign 346 thousand contracts in January, 25% less than budgeted for January 2020. Between January and March, new contracts will decline by 23% compared to the same quarter of 2020. This is the analysis of the monthly Bulletin Excelsior made by Unioncamere and Anpal agencies; the forecasts are based on interviews conducted in the first week of December on a sample of about 108 thousand companies with employees.
Forecasts for Sardinia are worse. Sardinian companies expect to activate 5800 contracts in January (almost 27% less than in January 2020) and 16,500 contracts between January and March (26.% less than in January-March 2020).
67% of the new contracts expected in Sardinia will be in services, 33% in industry. At the provincial level, companies in the old province of Sassari, within which there is Gallura, expect to activate 1500 contracts, almost 26% of the regional total. 36% of recruitment by companies in Sassari will involve skilled workers, just over 33% clerical and sales staff, and just over 21% managers, professionals and skilled technicians.
On a national level, the first signs of growth came from construction (+2.6% of contracts in January and +13.3% in the quarter) and IT and telecommunications services (+4.0% in the quarter). Technical profiles become the first professional category by demand (71 thousand contracts in January). Intellectual, scientific and highly specialized professions underwent a limited decrease (-12.4%) as well as specialized workers (-14.9%). Among the most sought-after figures are specialists in mathematical, computer, chemical, physical and natural sciences (9 thousand contracts to be stipulated in January, 52.6% more than last year). Many figures are linked to the digitalization of companies. For the recovery after the pandemic, profiles are needed that in Italy, however, are scarce: according to the analysis of Unioncamere, companies are difficult to find 43% of intellectual, scientific and highly specialized professions, 43.5% of technical professions and 43.6% of skilled workers.
In numerical terms, in January the most sought-after figures by companies were salespeople, cleaners and restaurant workers; those that are most difficult to find, due to a lack of figures on the market, are foundrymen and welders, shippers, sales representatives, insurers, blacksmiths and beauticians.
The old port of Olbia becomes completely touristic
Presented the project of the Port System Authority of the Sea of Sardinia
The inner harbour of Olbia - identified with the Brin pier, the old pier and the Bosazza dock - will become completely touristic, therefore open only to pleasure boats. The project for its realization - called Technical Functional Adjustment of the master plan - is carried out by the Port System Authority of the Sea of Sardinia (the former Port Authority), owner of the areas, and will involve an investment of over one million euros.
On December 22, 2020, the president of the Authority, Massimo Deiana, sent the notice of the Technical Adjustment to the municipality of Olbia for "the acquisition of the declaration of non-contradiction with the existing urban planning instruments and with the adopted Puc, preparatory to adoption by the Port Management Committee and for subsequent forwarding to the Higher Council of Public Works for the respective opinion of competence". Once the go-ahead is obtained, the works will start.
"The exigency to proceed to the extension of the nautical function from leisure, already present in the northern portion of the Brin Pier, also to the southern portion of the same and to the docks of the Old Pier is born from the will to remedy a situation that sees such areas used from 20 years for the seasonal and occasional mooring of pleasure boats - explains the Authority -. In the development strategy of the south quay of the Brin Pier and the eastern quay of the Molo Vecchio, also the former Mameli workshop building, now abandoned and in a bad state of preservation, will be used for port services related to pleasure boating".
For the southern quay of Molo Brin (305 meters long and 61 meters wide) and for the eastern quay of Molo Vecchio (73 meters wide and 130 meters long) it is foreseen the realization - similarly to the other quay of Molo Brin already used for the mooring of pleasure boats - of a wooden gangway equipped with all the necessary fittings to allow the mooring with the "pendino" system of pleasure boats (bollards, rings, dead bodies, catenary, mooring traps and pendulum) and the realization of all the technical systems (water and fire fighting, electrical and lighting) and of the related dispensers (service columns). It is also foreseen the realization of a system for the suction of the black waters of the boats that will be placed near the head of the pier Brin.
For the restoration of the building of the former Mameli Workshops, the demolition and the complete reconstruction of the plasters, both inside and outside, of the internal walls and of the floors, of all the plants, of the roofing (including the waterproofing), of the internal and external painting and of all the fixtures and windows.
The areas of the Bosazza dock, with a width of 26 meters and with side docks 66 meters long (the eastern one) and 58 meters long (the western one), will be destined to receive police patrol boats, small boats and recreational boats.
The Authority of the Port System of the Sea of Sardinia points out that - Waiting for the completion of the design process for the drafting of the new Master Plan of the port of Olbia - the current allocation of areas to commercial traffic is in contrast both with the planning of the City of Olbia (the Puc indicates those areas for recreational tourism), both with the development strategies of the port complex of Olbia that have promoted the transfer of all commercial traffic in the industrial port of Cocciani of Cipnes Gallura.
With the new project - explains the Authority - "not only does it eliminate the risk that a possible restoration of commercial traffic in this portion of the pier could lead to an increase in possible environmental loads, but it also contributes to the strategies of municipal development, interpreted by the Puc, to create a hinge of the portion of competence of the Authority with the city waterfront to which it is perfectly grafted.
The technical-functional adaptation of the Brin dock and the Old dock - the Authority always clarifies - can be considered fully compatible also with the strategies of the Port Development Plan, which is a "programming instrument that defines the ambit and the arrangement of the port, the areas destined to the different activities that take place inside it and the infrastructures at the service of the port activity and that plans the amplitudes of the water surfaces and the dispositions of docks and yards, taking into account the contingent necessities in the moment of the drawing up of the plan and those reasonably predictable in the future".
Geovillage bound to hotel and sports use
The transcription note of April 2000 to guarantee the future of the complex
The deadline is March 1, 2021 to submit the expression of interest for the assets of the Geovillage made in the areas sold in 2000 to the company "Sviluppo Olbia Spa", currently in bankruptcy, and for which the Cipnes Gallura has initiated the procedure for the subsequent re-assignment. These include a hotel, a clubhouse, two swimming pools, a sports hall, tennis courts and soccer pitches. The assets will be reassigned by the CIPNES to a new investor after a competitive selection procedure and are bound to be used for tourism, hotel and sports purposes.
The purpose of the Consortium is to ensure, in line with its institutional mission, a useful and solid business management not seasonal but continuous for the entire annual period with adequate quality standards of the settlement of Geovillage.
This is according to a transcription note registered at the Revenue Office on April 10, 2000, with which the purchaser undertakes to use the area of the Geovillage for the "realization of a receptive complex, a congress center and a sports center", and with which it is prescribed that "it is not permitted for the purchasing party to assign (even partially) or in any way substitute itself in the enjoyment of the property purchased, without the prior express written consent of the Consortium with which, in order to guarantee the industrial destination of the property and its technical and financial capacity, the incoming company shall establish new relations on the same basis, including economic, as those contained in this contract". Specifically, these are the assets subject to reacquisition by Cipnes.
Hotel. It consists of three floors, plus a basement for the garage. The second floor consists of a lobby, 19 rooms, restaurant, bar, conference center, playroom, stores and administrative offices. The second floor consists of 68 rooms. The third floor consists of 70 rooms. Altogether there are 157 rooms. There is a swimming pool and a bar at its service.
Club House. It consists of several floors. The basement, divided into two bodies, consists of warehouses, warehouse, dressing rooms. The ground floor consists of restaurant, fitness room, water-massage area, offices, porches, patios, wooden walkway. The second floor consists of 34 rooms.
Pool. The area consists of two swimming pools, one indoor, the other outdoor.
Sports hall, tennis courts and soccer fields. The assets consist of the sports hall, plus the annexed services, the tennis courts - some in earth, others in GreenSet - and the 8 a and 11 a soccer fields.
Here all the documentation https://bit.ly/2KR5AWP.
Non-repayable subsidies for road hauliers
From the Region an aid for the decrease of the turnover in the connections with the Peninsula
The Regional Transport Department has approved a notice for the granting of non-repayable subsidies to Sardinian hauliers whose goods handling activities are developed in connections to and from Sardinia and who have recorded losses between March 1 and June 30 of 2020 compared to the same period in the previous three years. The measure intends to compensate the block of services imposed by the measures of containment of Covid and applications for aid may be submitted from January 18 to February 20. The Cipnes Gallura Agency, in whose production district logistics companies weigh 8%, the second highest share, is available to entrepreneurs to provide support and assistance.
Let's look at some of the requirements needed to apply for subsidies, based on Article 34 of Regional Law 22/2020. Companies must be duly established and registered in the register of companies; be enrolled in the national register of hauliers; have at least one operational headquarters in Sardinia and carry out activities in the connections to and from Sardinia; have produced revenues from sales or services in the three years preceding the year 2020; not have been recipients, in the three years preceding the submission of the application for subsidies, of measures of total revocation of subsidies granted by the Sardinia Region.
The subsidies will be related to the number of total empty boarded vehicles, exceeding the average of the previous three years for the same period of observation, for which the subsidy can be requested. The previous three-year period coincides with the three-year period 2017-2019; the observation period in which the imbalance occurred: four-month period March 1-June 30, 2020; the average rate recognized for empty boarded vehicles equal to 350 euros.
The facility may be requested under the "de minimis" provisions of the EU regulation or under the European Commission's temporary aid framework regime; the former is linked to the threshold for the three-year period of reference for a maximum amount of 100 thousand euros, the latter for a maximum threshold of 800 thousand euros, within the period of validity currently set at June 30, 2021.
Recovery Plan, 27 billion for companies
Planned investments for SMEs and digitalization
The Italian Plan for the recovery of the economy, called Next Generation Italy and to be implemented from 2021 to 2026, will have an endowment of 196.5 billion coming from the European Union in the form of loans and grants, according to the draft to be voted tonight in the Council of Ministers. For companies - under the heading of Digitization, innovation, competitiveness of the production system - will be allocated 26.7 billion, of which 19 billion for Transition 4.0, 4.2 billion for ultra-wideband and 5G, 3.3 billion for fast connections and 2 billion industrial policies of supply chain and internationalization.
For the business system, for which incentives are provided to facilitate the digital and green transition, the Plan provides to "stimulate the demand for private investment in capital goods to encourage both the digital transformation of enterprises and the necessary modernization of machinery and equipment with a view to production and energy efficiency" and "support innovative products and processes through a measure dedicated to research and development activities that lead to the adoption of new solutions for the sector or market of reference."
"The new project Transition 4.0 provides multi-year measures to facilitate the planning of investment strategies of companies - it is written in the draft of the Italian Plan - Introduces significant enhancements, both in terms of rates and ceilings of benefits, both in terms of simplification and acceleration of procedures for the provision of the tax advantage. The extension of eligible investments, which from 2021 include a wider range of intangible capital goods, should allow for greater involvement of small businesses".
The project is based on a tax credit articulated for expenses in capital goods (tangible and intangible 4.0), and for investments in research and development, as well as in innovation and development processes oriented to environmental sustainability and digital evolution.
Also in favor of small businesses, the plan provides for a wider pool of intangible capital goods eligible for subsidies and simplified and accelerated mechanisms for the compensation of benefits accrued for companies with annual turnover of less than 5 million euros. The possibility of immediate access to credit could encourage greater investment by SMEs.
Specific funding of 180 million euros is allocated to digital infrastructure for agro-food sectors in southern regions.
Cipnes reacquires the Geovillage for its revival
Call for investors to submit expressions of interest
The decision of the CIPNES, taken on the basis of its institutional mission and in light of the needs expressed by sports associations in the area was dictated by the desire to safeguard, revive and enhance the great sports and social heritage of Geovillage that - with a hotel, tennis courts, basketball courts and volleyball courts, spas, bars, restaurants and green areas - has greatly enriched the offer of the Olbia production district. It is a choice that perfectly represents the need to open the new year, after the great difficulties of 2020 for the pandemic, with a signal of strong hope and optimism in favor of entrepreneurial initiatives, employment and enhancement of the destination Gallura.
Here is, in detail, what the call for expressions of interest consists of. The CIPNES has initiated the administrative procedure for the (re)acquisition of the Geovillage production site [paragraph 4 of art. 63 of Law no. 448 of 1998 ("Measures to encourage industrial development"]. The CIPNES expropriated those lands for public utility and then transferred them at a concessionary rate [under Art. 53, paragraph 7, of Presidential Decree 218/78] to the company Sviluppo Olbia Spa, currently in bankruptcy, under an administrative agreement signed on 31 March 2000, to be tied to the establishment and development of accommodation services, sports facilities and other entrepreneurial initiatives of social utility within the scope of the Olbia consortium district planned, infrastructured and managed by the CIPNES to encourage the establishment and expansion of industrial, commercial and craft production and services of public utility [Regional Law No. 10/2008, Art. 50]. 10/2008, art. 50 et seq. of Presidential Decree 218/78 and art. 36 of Law 317/1991].
The real estate (re)acquisition by CIPNES - justified by the bankruptcy of the "Sviluppo Olbia Spa" and therefore by the cessation of the peculiar entrepreneurial activity of socio-economic value and of the similar one temporarily pursued by the tenant of the company branch Real Effegi Srl - is aimed at the (resolutively conditional) assignment of the real estate compendium to a qualified economic operator to be selected, interested in continuously carrying out productive activity in accordance with the binding uses of public utility in the sector of accommodation, sports and social-recreational services. This will take place on the basis of a transfer price in favor of the selected investor, with regard to the buildings and the buildings constructed by the bankrupt company Sviluppo Olbia Spa, corresponding to the value estimated by an independent expert, less any discounted public contributions received by the bankrupt company Sviluppo Olbia Spa for the construction and operation of the productive settlement, as well as on the basis of the discounted price sustained by the expropriating company for the acquisition (resolutively conditioned) of the land productively built by it [paragraph 3, art. 63, L. 448/98].
Investors interested in acquiring the properties and buildings are invited to submit a formal expression of interest to Cipnes if they meet the general requirements for contracting with public bodies [art. 80 of Legislative Decree no. 50/2016 (Public Contracts Code) as well as the necessary professional requirements, implying many years of experience and entrepreneurial and management reliability in the management of similar accommodation and hotel structures and facilities for sports, recreational and social services, as well as economic, financial and technical-organizational capacity and solidity. All this to ensure a useful and solid business management not seasonal but continuous for the entire annual period with adequate quality standards of the production settlement of Geovillage.
Here the notice with all the documentation https://bit.ly/2KR5AWP
The maintenance of the productive district of Olbia starts
Regional funding to Cipnes for the viability and hydrogeological safety
In response to a request from the Industrial Consortiums, the Sardinia Region has financed a series of infrastructure projects for the six regional development areas. The total amount of investment is 12 million euros. Cipnes Gallura has been allocated 2 million 279 thousand euros, with which the body will upgrade the Olbia production district: it will resurface the road surface of 10 streets, build a new traffic circle and construct a white water pipeline for hydrogeological safety.
The CIPNES requested the funding because of the state of degradation in which the road network of the industrial area is currently located, due to the intense vehicular flow of heavy vehicles (and not) coming from the center of Olbia, entering and leaving the ports and the ring road. This is creating inconveniences both to the travel comfort of users and to their safety. There has been an increase in the number of extraordinary maintenance interventions for mechanical sweeping and the repair of joints and potholes. In addition, there was rapid wear and tear of the mat and the breaking or loosening of the joints of some viaducts, which were promptly replaced. Let's see in detail the interventions, which will be carried out in three months (in the photo the map of the works).
Extraordinary road maintenance. The intervention consists in milling and resurfacing the roads of the following streets: Mincio Street, Israel Street, Congo Street, Saudi Arabia Street, Namibia Street, Niger Street, Uganda Street, Rwanda Street, East Indonesia Street, West Indonesia Street, Guinea Street. Cipnes will create the new layer after the partial or total milling of the existing pavement. The wearing course will consist of a "modified bituminous conglomerate with optimized texture", hot mixed with modified Hard bitumen. A physical structural modifier and a cellulose-synthetic microfiber to be recovered as a stabilizer of the bituminous binder in the mix will be added to the aggregate mixture. The minimum average thickness of the mat will be 4 centimeters.In the streets affected by the intervention, Cipnes will also redo the horizontal signage.
Hydrogeological safety of the road system. The CIPNES will realize a white water pipeline in Arabia Saudita street. At present, the area of the intervention, with many productive activities present, is served by a disposal system composed of a 600 mm diameter pipeline where a series of existing drains along the road system converge. Following the considerable increase in the number of users and after an in-depth study, CIPNES deemed it necessary to build a new pipeline to replace the existing one, starting from the well at the intersection with Congo Street, running all the way along Saudi Arabia Street and discharging onto the existing pipeline located along Korea Street. The pipeline will be made of corrugated Pead.
New traffic circle. Cipnes will realize a new traffic circle in via Niger and via Namibia to connect via Rwanda and via Niger, thus making the traffic inside the productive district smoother. The greening of the central island and of the traffic island will be carried out.
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