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Port of Trieste

TRIESTE - The development of training courses to create new professional competencies in jobs related to the port activities, and the definition of a pilot project involving technical high schools, recruitment centres and agencies, are the goals set by the Port Authority and the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region in a memorandum of understanding to be signed in the coming weeks.

TRIESTE - Effective December 7, 2018 Hapag-Lloyd enhances its Adriatic Service with a new call at Trieste, Italy through a 3rd party feeder operator provided by Unimed, for both East and West trades.

TRIESTE - MSC (Mediterranean Shipping Company) launched a new dedicated rail service between Giengen a.d. Brenz (Germany) and Trieste Marine Terminal, started mid of November 2018 and harmonized towards the ocean services of MSC.

TRIESTE – The answers of the Port of Trieste to the main constraints for an effective volume development in Europe, referred in particular to the Hungarian market, was the main topic of the presentation made by Trieste Marine Terminal during the Navigator Haulage Conference 2018, recently held in Budapest.

TRIESTE - Thirty-two million euros to finance the railway infrastructure in service of the port of Trieste. This is the figure made available by the European Commission for the project "TriesteRailPort", presented last April by the Port Network Authority of the Eastern Adriatic Sea.

TRIESTE - Rail traffic operated at Trieste Marine Terminal shows a constant increase in the connections, in particular with Central-Eastern Europe. During the first semester of 2018, the total volumes moved by rail grew by +63.9% compared to the first semester of 2017, and represent over 50 % of the import/export traffic handled by TMT.

TRIESTE - The Phoenix/AE12 Adriatic–Far East Service run by 2M Alliance (Maersk and MSC) will offer from the end of June 2018 a double call in Trieste.

TRIESTE - During May 2018 Trieste Marine Terminal handled over 56,554 teus, +23.5% compared to the same month of 2017.

TRIESTE - Mediterranean Shipping Company is enhancing intermodal connections for cargo passing through the Port of Trieste, Italy, to improve transit times for shippers moving cargo between Asia, the Mediterranean and Europe.

TRIESTE - Trieste Marine Terminal volumes moved in March 2018 overcome 58,500 teu, all time monthly recorded. The first quarter of the year closes with 138,000 teu, +7% compared to the same period of 2017.