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The Italian Antitrust Authority fines more than € 1 M two undertakings in the sector of harbour operating services for infringement of Art. 81 EC (Costa Container Lines / Sintermar-Terminal darsena Toscana)

The Italian Antitrust Authority (hereinafter, also “IAA”) has recently fined two undertakings active in the sector of harbour operating services for having infringed Article 81 of the Treaty of Rome. Parties of the investigation The proceeding started after a report sent to the Authority by Costa Container Lines s.p.a. (hereinafter, also “CCL”), a company operating in the maritime transport of cargo containers. Parties under investigation, then, were two undertakings, Terminal Darsena Toscana s.r.l. (hereinafter, also “TDT”) and Servizi Integrati Marittimi - Sintermar s.p.a. (hereinafter, also “Sintermar”). Both companies operate in the harbour of Livorno and are in charge with the management of maritime container terminals. The IAA started investigation in order to appraise the existence

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Valerio Torti, The Italian Antitrust Authority fines more than € 1 M two undertakings in the sector of harbour operating services for infringement of Art. 81 EC (Costa Container Lines / Sintermar-Terminal darsena Toscana), 29 January 2009, e-Competitions Bulletin January 2009, Art. N° 25132

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