Imo cargo discharged must leave terminals not later than 24 hrs after vessel arrival.
Imo cargo for loading must be at terminals 4 hrs before vessel arrival;
Port of Genoa, Italy, is managed by the Western Ligurian Sea Port Authority. It is one of the significant and busiest ports of the country.
The Port of Genoa has 20 private terminals that are equipped to handle different ship types/sizes and cargo which includes general, steel, container, perishable goods, forest products, bulk, petroleum products, and cruise ships and ferries. It is well-connected to other major ports around the world with the 150+ regular services.
The Port of Genoa has been in existence since 6th century BC. Till the middle ages, Port of Genoa was used as an entry point for Molo Vecchio. After year 1000, when international trade gained importance, Genoa was developed as a city-port. In 1875, donation from the Galliera family helped further development of the port.
One of the major ports of Italy, it offers berthing facilities for a wide range of cargo and a full-range of services including custom-made telecommunication facilities, data processing, and ship management and repairs.