For more than 20 years, Terminal Darsena Toscana has been committed to operating in the container terminal market of the Upper Tyrrhenian Sea with competence, safety, responsiveness and reliability, with the aim of ensuring and increasing the satisfaction of its Customers, in the respect and interest of its Shareholders, Collaborators, Suppliers, the Port Community and the city of Livorno.

The Sustainability Report that we are presenting responds to the strategic choice of providing Our Valued Stakeholders with complete and transparent information on the company’s operations in social, environmental and economic terms, and aims to represent Terminal Darsena Toscana’s contribution towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) expressed by the United Nations.

This choice is also reflected in the constant search for improvement of processes and activities as expressed in the Quality, Safety, Environment and Anti-Corruption Policies that are continuously reviewed and updated and represent the company’s orientation to generate value in a responsible manner and responding to customer needs.

Terminal Darsena Toscana also works to safeguard health and safety in the workplace for external operators, whether visitors, suppliers or hauliers accessing the terminal, in a context that guarantees accident prevention and full respect for all human and legal rights and provides them, through specific safety information, with the information and rules necessary to operate in compliance with safety criteria.

Terminal Darsena Toscana, in line with the principles of environmental, social and economic sustainability and transparent communication to its Stakeholders, makes the above documents accessible on its website in the specific Documents section.

We invite you to read the new Sustainability Report 2021 so that the initiatives implemented and the efforts made within the framework of the Sustainability Strategy, the guidelines for Quality, Safety, Environment and Anti-Corruption, and the rules of conduct for terminal access are known and shared.