24 May 2019
24 May 2019 – MoU has been signed by the Secretary General ITF Young Tae Kim, the president of SPEA Engineering Paolo Costa. The document establishes the entry of Spea Engineering S.p.A. among the members of the Corporate ITF’s Partnership Board, the OCSE ‘s internal transport Forum.
The ITF is an intergovernmental organisation that counts on the participation of 60 Member States and was created with the aim of facilitating global dialogue for better transport. The Corporate Partnership Board (CPB) is the ITF platform established for the purpose of interacting with the private sector and enriching the discussion on global transport policy.
Spea Engineering, a company of the Atlantia Group, has more than 50 years of experience in providing integrated engineering services for transport infrastructures with projects ranging from roads to motorways, airports and railways. The company operates in Europe, South America, Africa and Asia and collaborates with the International Banks and European financial institutions.
“I would like to express great satisfaction – President Paolo Costa says – for admission to a board capable of providing best practice in transport, from infrastructure to new technologies that are also spreading in our field. A context in which we are convinced that our experiences can be a valued contribution by the prestigious members of the board. Satisfaction expressed also by the CEO Antonino Galatà, according to which the entry of the company in the Board ITF represents “an important opportunity to enhance the experience and professionalism of Spea Engineering, a strong expertise recognized worldwide”.
It deals with the main issues concerning transport policy by analysing, discussing and sharing knowledge in this field; among the objectives, to identify and better understand the current and future challenges for the transport industry in its many areas, so as to ensure the contribution of the transport sector to economic growth, to the protection of the environment, to social inclusion and the preservation of human life and well-being.
Further information on the ITF Corporate Partnership Board (CPB) is available at the link www.itf-oecd.org/CPB