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Gianfranco Gazzolo the new CEO of Kalypso, (Rif Line Group)

Gianfranco Gazzolo will be the new CEO of Kalypso, the shipping company owned by Rif Line Group.

This was announced by the shipping group led by Francesco Isola, who with Kalypso recently made his debut in oceanic maritime transport: “With over 30 years of experience behind him, with a specific focus on logistics by sea and a solid preparation as Shipping Agent and Managing Director,

Gazzolo was chosen for his competence and professionalism, and for his ability to look beyond data, in order to open up to increasingly strategic markets and routes for Italian and international trade. After all, Kalypso, since its inception, has recorded continuous growth, always adding new ports to its offer

Among the latest news of the company, also the new route that connects the port of Jakarta with the Italian ones of Salerno, La Spezia and Civitavecchia, with a transit time of only 15 days “.

On the other hand Kalypso, a new shipping company owned by Rif Line, has chosen Ravenna as a port of call connecting Italy with Chattogram (previously Chittagong) in Bangladesh. At the Italian port, containers will be handled by Terminal Container Ravenna (TCR), a joint venture owned by Sapir and Contship.

About : RifLine

RifLine is an Italian international logistics company which has been constantly growing over the last few years.

They are present in 52 countries around the world: 3 direct offices in Italy, 4 in China, 2 in Japan, 1 in Pakistan, 2 in Bangladesh and 1 in Sri Lanka. We also have liaison offices in other 35 countries.

With a team with over a decade of experience, they are an international network in which over 1000 people are committed to handling our clients’ freight, every single day.

From any country in the world, to any country in the world.

But above all, RifLine is about passion: for work, innovation and quality.

RifLine is an Italian heart and global Value.

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