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Port Network Authority of the Eastern Adriatic Sea

TRIESTE - The Friuli Venezia Giulia Region has approved a document proposed by the Port Network Authority of the Eastern Adriatic Sea, the Technical-functional adaptation of the Port of Trieste, introducing some changes to the Port Regulatory plan.

TRIESTE - The Port of Trieste will receive 219,400 euros (out of a total budget of 880,000 euros) for the "Clean berth" project in the context of cross-border institutional cooperation for environmental sustainability and energy efficiency of ports.

TRIESTE - A memorandum of understanding was signed in recent days in Rome, between the Port Network Authority of the Eastern Adriatic Sea and the Baku International Sea Trade Port.

TRIESTE - The EU Commission allocates 6.5 million euros of the CEF (Connecting Europe Facility) funds for the TriesteRailPort project.

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

TRIESTE – The Port of Trieste signs a memorandum of understanding with CCCC (China Communications Construction Company) for the development of logistics platforms in China and new warehouses in Italy.

TRIESTE - With the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding, the Port Network Authorities of the Western Ligurian Sea and the Eastern Adriatic Sea accelerate the digitization of the customs procedures of the two port systems.

TRIESTE – More and more trains at the Port of Trieste: in the first six months of the year both containers and the percentage of freight moved by rail are growing. Slight overall decrease in total traffic, with a strong minus sign for Ro-Ro.

TRIESTE - Technology, innovation, environment, society, ideas, business: all this and more will be the focus of “Trieste Intermodal Day - TID” to be held on Thursday, 19 September at Magazzino 42 at the Trieste Maritime Station.

TRIESTE - ANAS (Gruppo FS Italiane) will install 24 video cameras for license plate identification, 33 surveillance cameras, and over 27 kilometers of optic fiber cables for controlling heavy goods vehicle traffic between the Port of Trieste and the freight terminal, without causing queues and streamlining loading times.