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Port of Trieste

TRIESTE - Institutional meetings, evaluation of new markets and the hypotheses of developing the rail connections in the North Adriatic area, are part of the marketing plan of the Port Authority of Trieste. These matters were discussed by the Port Authority together with representatives of the Port of Monfalcone at the 20th edition of “TransRussia”, an international exhibition for transport and logistics that was held in Moscow from April 21st to April 24th.

Porto di Trieste

TRIESTE - Local strategic planning, international marketing, abolition of the double train shunting inside the port, support of the local authorities against the regasification plant and privatization of the Old Port. The Commissioner of the Port of Trieste, Zeno D’Agostino, will be focusing on these issues during the next months.

TRIESTE - The freight traffic in the Port of Trieste is still showing growth despite general signs of economical crisis at European level. During 2014, Trieste set another record (+1%) with tonnes loaded and unloaded in the port – considered to be strategic at national level. It also recorded over 10% teu increase in terms of container traffic.

TRIESTE - During a meeting in Koper, Slovenia, yesterday the representatives of Napa (North Adriatic Ports Association) asked EU to support the development of the infrastructure plans of each port and their logistical interlinking systems to the network of the European corridors. Above all, they underlined the need to strengthen the role of the ports in Southern Europe (the North Adriatic Sea, the Mediterranean Sea and the Black Sea), so that it will be possible to balance the maritime traffic which is now concentrated above all in the Northern European ports.

TRIESTE - The “2M” alliance between Maersk Line and MSC marks the official start of Far East line in Trieste with the arrival of GERDA MAERSK, the 10,000 teu megaship. Built in 2009, the 367 metres long and 43 metres wide vessel arrived last night at Molo VII (Pier VII).

TRIESTE – Starting February 18th, a new rail service will provide a link between the container terminal of Molo VII (Pier VII) in Trieste and Bologna’s interporto.

TRIESTE - New services connecting Trieste’s Pier VII to the Far East will be starting in the next few days. The vessels of “2M” (joint services between Maersk Line and MSC) as well as those of “Ocean three” (alliance between CMA CGM, UASC and China Shipping) are expected to arrive in Trieste on February 16th and 18th. 

TRIESTE - 2014 has been a record year for Trieste Marine Terminal, overseeing 476,507 teus moved, an increase of 3.93 percent over 2013, with 458,497 teus moved. The positive trend is thus going on and this represents a new record for annual container traffic in Trieste, awaiting the news concerning the alliances Ocean Three (CMA CGM-UASC-China Shipping) and 2M (Maersk-MSC having 10,000 teu ships). The new services calling at Trieste will offer a wider range of faster traffic solutions to Italian and foreign customers, in particular from and to Far East.

TRIESTE -The delivery of the expressions of interest concerning Adriafer srl, company owned by the Port Authority of Trieste and responsible for railway handlings within the port, will expire on 2nd February 2015. In the last few days, Debora Serracchiani, President of the Friuli Venezia Giulia region, underlined that “the transfer of Adriafer’s shares must aim at reducing the costs for train shunting within the port of Trieste and, at the same time, at unifying the train shunting in order to improve the competitiveness of the Port”.

TRIESTE - The President of the Port Authority, Marina Monassi, explained that the balance will be closed in the black for the fourth year in a row and that the traffic, in particular with regards to containers, keeps growing.