Italian rail freight associations urge minister to unlock subsidies

Image: Facebook. Matteo Salvini

The three biggest Italian rail freight associations, FerMerci, FerCargo, and Assofer, are urging the Italian minister of transport Matteo Salvini to implement the FerroBonus initiative, a rail freight incentive that was approved eight years ago. Since summer last year, the subsidies have not been granted. RailFreight.com interviewed Giuseppe Rizzi, managing director of FerMerci, to better understand the problem.

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Author: Marco Raimondi

Marco Raimondi is an editor of RailFreight.com, the online magazine for rail freight professionals.

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Italian rail freight associations urge minister to unlock subsidies | RailFreight.com

Italian rail freight associations urge minister to unlock subsidies

Image: Facebook. Matteo Salvini

The three biggest Italian rail freight associations, FerMerci, FerCargo, and Assofer, are urging the Italian minister of transport Matteo Salvini to implement the FerroBonus initiative, a rail freight incentive that was approved eight years ago. Since summer last year, the subsidies have not been granted. RailFreight.com interviewed Giuseppe Rizzi, managing director of FerMerci, to better understand the problem.

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Author: Marco Raimondi

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