Emanuele Mastrodonato

Managing Director, European Rail Freight Corridor Scandinavian Mediterranean
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Biography

Emanuele Mastrodonato is a chartered Electronic Engineer, he has been working for the railways since 2002 at the Italian Infrastructure Manager RFI (www.rfi.it), then he worked at CER, the Community of European Railways and Infrastructure Companies (www.cer.be), and finally he joined the European Rail Freight Corridor Scandinavian Mediterranean (www.scanmedfreigth.eu). For RFI he worked as a Project Manager, taking the responsibility for major construction and maintenance contracts (up to 30 mln € whole life cost). He collected experience in the Technical Department and in the Operation & Sales Department, as well as in the Departments of Investments and Production & Maintenance Department. In 2015, Emanuele joined CER as Senior Advisor on EU Railway Agency issues (ERA) and Digitalisation. He has represented CER in several EU railway working groups in his capacity of CER Responsible for Interoperability and CER Digitalisation Coordinator, covering both freight and passenger transport. In the past, Emanuele had the opportunity to sharpen his multimodal profile having worked for freight on road as Consultant for the Italian Ministry of Transport (2010-2015) and having served as an Officer for the Italian Navy (2001-2002). Emanuele has started in January 2019 as ScanMed-RFC Managing Director achieving very good results in 2019 and 2020 (2019 Increased sales rate Capacity PaPs by 15%, new customers +33%, total customers +17%, 1 st allocation of a new RFC product Terminal Integrated Capacity Offer; 2020: increased punctuality KPIs, user satisfaction reached 84%, allocated capacity increased by 3% reaching 87% of the offered capacity ScanMed North).


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