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TRIESTE - During 2017, 546,660 Teus were moved by TMT at Pier VII of the Port of Trieste. In the same year, volumes shipped and received by rail increased by 47.7%.

TRIESTE – The Counselor Minister of the commercial economic office of the Chinese embassy in Italy, Xu Xiaofeng, has visited today the port of Trieste looking for a 360 degrees collaboration with the Friuli Venezia Giulia territory.

TRIESTE – After the announcement given in November, the rail shunting activity optimization in the Port of Trieste is completed and in operation since January 2016. All shunting activities of the Port are now carried out by Adriafer (a Company belonging to the Port Authority), allowing a significant simplification on the steps required for trains arriving and departing from quays.

TRIESTE - Terminal operators are to expect lower costs and waiting times as Trieste’s Port optimises shunting operations.  The new services are scheduled for early January and will be carried out by Adriafer,  (a company owned by the Port Authority) and will achieve a long standing goal.

TRIESTE - With 52.903.403 tons of goods handled in the first 10 months of 2018, the total volume of traffic in the Port of Trieste grows by 3.48%, compared to the same period of the previous year.

TRIESTE - Trieste Marine Terminal keeps growing in terms of volumes moved compared to November of 2017.

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 – Over a hundred guests, including institutional representatives, operators of the sector and journalists, participated in the event for the presentation of the news of the Port of Trieste, held at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Munich and Upper Bavaria on 13 November.

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 – A double-digit growth again, in the month of September, for Trieste Marine Terminal. Compared to the same period of 2017, in fact, volumes moved by vessel show an increase of +13.89% with 52,500 Teus moved, while volumes transported by train have increased by +32.5%.