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Shipping and Transport news from Northern Adriatic Sea

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 - 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.

TRIESTE - «Today we had an important confirmation of the attention of the Government to the international role of the Port of Trieste and the development of its infrastructure and tax opportunities, with the objective of growth that leads him to become competitive to the ports of Northern Europe».

MONFALCONE – In the last few days, excavations have begun in the access channel to the Port of Monfalcone, in order to grant access to the docks to larger ships.

MONFALCONE - Sixty-six crates containing engines (36 in total) dispatched to pumping stations of a Russian pipeline.

MONFALCONE – With a growth percentage up to 53%, foodstuffs and oil-based products have substantially contributed to the upward dry-bulk traffic trend in the Port of Monfalcone in 2017.

TRIESTE - The Italian Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport has approved Zeno D’Agostino as the new president of the Port Authority of the Eastern Adriatic Sea. The new Port Authority will include the Port of Monfalcone and later on also Porto Nogaro.