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Port of Monfalcone

MONFALCONE - Today was first day at work for the new crane recently acquired by CPM. The Liebherr LHM 550 with a 150 Ton max. capacity and a 54 meter reach, is capable of 120 meters per minute lift speed.

MONFALCONE – An unprecedented effort that has been put in place in recent days by Compagnia portuale di Monfalcone. Over 3,000 tons of material with an overall volume of over 10,000 cubic meters were loaded on board the BBC Pearl ship in record time.

MONFALCONE - Compagnia Portuale of Monfalcone stands out once again for professionalism and efficiency with the latest 115-ton shipment.

MONFALCONE - Green light to the Port of Monfalcone for the new industrial plan estimating an increase in traffic, not only in the traditional sectors of steel and forest products, but also by means of a resolute diversification of logistics and merchandise.

TRIESTE - The economic revenues generated by the Port of Monfalcone will remain in loco, thus allowing the improvement and development of the harbour.

MONFALCONE - Another record boarding for the Compagnia Portuale at the Port of Monfalcone, from which a ship bound for the USA has sailed today, with 5 pleasure boats loaded, including a super-yacht of 40 meters and 150 tons, all heading towards Florida and in particular Port Everglades (Miami).

MONFALCONE - In addition to the recently-allocated funds for sea transport, the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region also finances the railway handling service of slabs from the Port of Monfalcone.

TRIESTE - The Management Committee of the Port System Authority of the Eastern Adriatic Sea has approved the acquisition of the Special Agency for the Port of Monfalcone.

TRIESTE - The Ministry of Environment gave its favorable opinion on the excavation work on the seabed of the Port of Monfalcone, in order to reach the depth of 12.5 meters.

TRIESTE - A new railway service connecting the Friuli Venezia Giulia region with the port of Rostock has just started along the Adriatic-Baltic Corridor. The three currently scheduled weekly couples of trains will depart from the dry port of Cervignano, which serves as inland terminal for the ports of Trieste, Monfalcone and Nogaro.