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TRIESTE - The ports of Trieste and Monfalcone, managed by a single Authority, established in 2018 the record of goods moved in Italy with 67 million tons: 62.7 million in Trieste and 4.5 in Monfalcone.

TRIESTE - Le entrate economiche generate dal Porto di Monfalcone rimarranno in loco, consentendo così il miglioramento e lo sviluppo dello scalo.

TRIESTE - With 60.883 teu handled in the month of October (+12.6% compared to October 2018) TMT confirms its positive trend, closing the firts ten months of 2019 at 577.645 teu (+10.2% compared to the same period of 2018).

TRIESTE - The fourth edition of the Pietrarsa Forum will be held this year in Trieste, this time dedicated to trade between Europe and the East.

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).

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.

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 Hungarian government and the companies Teseco and Seastock signed yesterday a contract for the construction of a new multi-purpose terminal in the Port of Trieste (in the picture, the area and a rendering of the previous project).

TRIESTE - The first two months of 2019 keep the volume trend on the high side. With over 105.000 teu handled, TMT records +33% compared to the same period of 2018 confirming the positive growth in particular of import and export direct cargo.

TRIESTE - Starting from week 14, the new “EVO” intermodal services will link directly Trieste to the Austrian terminals of Wien South, Linz and Wolfurt.