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Port of Monfalcone

MONFALCONE - Within January the time schedule for the excavation of the access channel to the Port of Monfalcone will be effective.  The project will be simplified as the Region is accelerating the procedure. The consulting committee has been discussing the regulating plan of the Port of Monfalcone. 
During the course of the meetings a study for TLS-Europa was also explored, evaluating new railroad connections and Ro-Ro traffic for containers and passengers.

MONFALCONE - Robertissima III, the 72 foot winning sailing boat of the prestigious Barcolana regatta, was shipped in the last few weeks from the Port of Monfalcone to Palma de Maiorca, Spain.  
The shipping operation was conducted by the experienced personnel of CPM, (Compagnia Portuale di Monfalcone).  The superb sailing boat was loaded on Statengracht”, a cargo ship from “the Spliethoff Group.
During the last few months, CPM was also responsible for the loading operations of the new structures for the Bayonne Bridge of New York.  

TRIESTE - Today the Friuli Venezia Giulia Regional Council approved the plan for deepening the approach channel to the port of Monfalcone and defined it “compatible with the environment”. The approval was given within the procedure for the national valuation of environmental impact (VIA), where the Ministry of the Environment has responsibility.

MONFALCONE - The boxcar handling along the siding connecting the quays in the Port of Monfalcone with the railroad station of the same town will be managed by only one subject.

MONFALCONE - A 70 metres high and over 400 tonnes heavy crane has been embarked today in the Port of Monfalcone. The operations were managed by the employees of the terminal operator Compagnia Portuale (CPM) as well as by the technicians of the company Terex, specialized in this kind of work.

MONFALCONE - A mega girder of 155.6 tonnes was loaded today by the personnel of the terminal operator Compagnia portuale di Monfalcone (CPM) in the port of Monfalcone.
The girder, produced by Cimolai S.p.A., commissioned by All Seas, is the first of a series of 16 pieces to be installed on board of the Pieter Schelte, currently under construction in the Daewoo shipyards in Korea. The operations began this afternoon and finished at midnight.