C.IS.Co. will attend the  Transport Logistics  2019 in Munche, 4-7 June 2019, with Ports of Genoa,

RINA Intermodal and Zenatek (Hall  B2 Stand 313).

Genoa, Pra’, Savona and Vado Ligure, the ports of the Western Ligurian Sea – joined forces to form
the Ports of Genoa, and today rank as Italy’s pre-eminent port range in terms of total throughput,
product diversity and economic output.
Since the end of 2016, the four ports have been governed by a single Port Authority which is
committed to offering the highest standards of service to operators and customers alike,
improving efficiency by streamlining administrative procedures and enhancing the competitive
edge of the ports with investments in tangible and intangible assets.
The northernmost point of the Mediterranean Sea, the Ports of Genoa are easily accessible by sea
across the ultra-large container vessels which can dock in the ports’ natural deepwater, with
minimal tidal range and favourable marine conditions. Within a 600-km range of the ports sits the
industrial heartland of Europe: Switzerland, Bavaria, Baden-Wurttemberg, Austria.
Located across a total surface area of approximately 7 million sqm, 30 specialised terminals
handle over 70 million tons of cargo, catering for all key commodity sectors: container, general
cargo, ro/ro and bulk. The Ports of Genoa rank as the leading Mediterranean gateway port for
containers (2.67 million TEUs in 2018, in line with 2017 performance, despite the Morandi bridge
collapse), project and heavy-lift cargo, and fruit.
The Ports of Genoa benefit from a strategic position with easy access to/from the major inland
routes, both by road across the international motorway network and by rail to major industrial
Located at the southern end of the European TEN-T Rhine-Alpine Corridor, the ports benefit from
major infrastructure investments to upgrade capacity, such as the High Speed Rail Line between
Genoa and Milan, the West Motorway Bypass and the New Breakwater, for a total investment
programme of over 12 billion euros. In addition, the Port Authority is committed to an intensive use
and expansion of its Port Community System to ensure the smooth exchange of electronic
documents amongst all parties concerned in the logistics supply chain, to reduce dwelling and
transit times in the ports.
The Ports of Genoa feature amongst the Mediterranean’s leading passenger hubs: every year over
4.2 million passengers choose Genoa, Savona and Vado as embarkation ports for their holidays.
Welcoming over 2 million cruise passengers per year, the state-of-the-art terminals in Genoa and
Savona are homeports to the world’s major cruise liners for itineraries in the Med, as well as transit
ports featuring a wide selection of attractive destinations, from Genoa’s eclectic historic centre (a
designated UNESCO World Heritage Site) or the fascinating cobblestone lanes of Savona’s
medieval centre, to picturesque landscapes along the glamorous Italian Riviera: the world famous
Portofino or other gems such as Santa Margherita, Camogli and Finale Ligure.


RINA provides a wide range of services across the Energy, Marine, Certification, Transport & Infrastructure and Industry sectors through a global network of 170 offices in 65 countries. RINA is a member of key international organisations and an important contributor to the development of new legislative standards.

Containers are everywhere. Making sure they are fit for service is a global ongoing task. Container operators benefit from RINA’s fast and accurate container certification services. Experienced inspectors and engineers with expertise in transport, welding, blasting and coating ensure both container manufacturing and in-service container stocks meet required standards. Thanks to its capillary presence, RINA has several qualified surveyors worldwide.

– Type Approval and Mass Production certification of Freight Containers and Swap Bodies, General and Special
Purpose, Thermal, Tank, Nuclear
– Type Approval and Mass Production certification of Offshore containers and portable units, periodical inspections
in service with according to ISO EN 12079 applicable rules and standards
– ACEP deliverance for container owners
– Audit evaluation assessment of container manufacturers, depots and work-shops according to RINA Rules
– Audit evaluation assessment of container components and spares for the container industry
– Technical specifications and drawing reviewing assessment
– Extension of type approval and CSC confirmation further to design change to special purpose containers such as
laboratory, accommodation units, portable units
– Tank containers UN PORTABLE TANK/IBC periodic inspections
– Inspection & Certification of second hand containers/shipper-owner and shelter according to CSC requirement
for international overseas transport
– Online and final individual inspection of new production on purchaser behalf in compliance with international
standards & guidelines.

– Type approval certificate for:
– Freight Container
– Swap Body
– Offshore Container
– Tank Container
– Tank Swap-body
– Packaging and Large Packaging.
– Mass production certificate for:
– Freight Container
– Swap Body
– Offshore Container
– Tank Container
– Tank Swap-body
– Packaging and Large Packaging.
– Acep approval
– Csc renewal
– Periodic inspection for offshore container
– Periodic/intermediate inspection for tank container/tank swap-body
– Factory approval
– Roll Trailer test certificate
– Certificate of compliance for ISO / CSC / UIC modified units.


???????????????The Zenatek Tracking System (ZTS) can be used to track, report and monitor cargo worldwide using advanced real-time monitoring. ZTS tracking device is a small and sturdy piece of equipment, with simple specifications and fool-proof installation; the device has an internal sophisticated sensors to provide geographical positions, temperature, humidity; in this way, the shipments can be monitored from departure through its destination anywhere in the world. If something unexpected happens to the package, the system sends immediate alerts by mail. Once the cargo is arrived to the destination, the unit does not need to be recovered and sent back to the shipper, eliminating, in this way, all costs associated with these tasks. The Zenatek Tracking System was designed based on a strict cost control, in order to develop container tracking devices at an affordable price, but also provide most of what is needed by the end-user: tracking and monitoring.