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Port of Trieste

TRIESTE - The total volumes handled at Trieste Marine Terminal during the first four months of 2016 have been more 153.000 teu, recording a +8% compared to the same period of 2015. Import (+14%) and export (+8%) full containers growth explains the positive total performance, with intermodal cargo flows confirming a rising trend compared to last year.

TRIESTE - With effect from week 20th, a third regular weekly block train departure from Trieste to Budapest Bilk and vice versa will be activated.

TRIESTE - Today, the President of the region of Friuli Venezia Giulia Debora Serracchiani and President of Bavaria Horst Seehofer signed an agreement to improve connections and reduce bureaucracy related to cargo handling.

TRIESTE - End of April, the Asia-Adriatic service of Evergreen (ADR) is going to call the Adriatic ports for the last time. The closure of the ADR also affects Cosco, K-Line, Yang Ming, Hanjin and MOL that had slot allocations on the service. Last arrival in Trieste is scheduled for April 23th.

TRIESTE - The Region of Friuli Venezia Giulia has approved the final version of the Regulating Plan for the Port of Trieste. It was the last burocratic passage needed to make the revolutionary urbanistic instrument operational.

TRIESTE -  A record for train displacement at Port of Trieste where, after 5604 convoys in 2015, a 30% increase is expected for 2016. Trieste confirms itself as a port of call characterized by a high number of intermodal connections, which are essential for efficient and ecological cargo displacement.

TRIESTE - Il terminal container del Porto di Trieste registra un +10,5% nel mese di febbraio 2016 rispetto allo stesso mese dello scorso anno. Trieste Marine Terminal, inoltre, cresce anche nelle movimentazioni dei contenitori su rotaia.

TRIESTE - Trieste Marine Terminal container volumes in February 2016 record +10.5% compared to February 2015. Trieste Marine Terminal also shows a growth of the full containers and cargo moved by rail.

TRIESTE - Arkas Line and Tarros announce the call of Trieste has been added to their existing Adriatic Service. With one more vessel deployed on the rotation, Trieste will be the first port of call of the upgraded service, allowing a very competitive transit time especially from Turkey, Egypt and Libya.

TRIESTE -  An agreement was signed yesterday to reinforce commercial exchange between the Port of Trieste and several ports of Iran. The Port Authority stipulated a pact with the High Counsel that manages the seven Free Trade Zones of the Islamic Republic of Iran, with the scope to maximise the fiscal advantages of Trieste’s port of call.