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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 - New upgrade of the railway system serving the Port of Trieste. The first trains along the Transalpina have departed in recent days, connecting the route from Villa Opicina to Trieste Campo Marzio (main station in the Porto) and vice versa.

TRIESTE - Referring to the present situation in Trieste in relation to the epidemiological emergency from COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Trieste Marine Terminal confirms that the production activities, including Ports, logistics and transports, are proceeding normally and with no limitations.

TRIESTE – Trieste Marine Terminal’s records of last month are still positive both in terms of container traffic and volumes handled by train.

TRIESTE – Trieste Marine Terminal hits another record in 2019: 3,634 trains handled, scoring +17% in respect of trains performed from and to Molo VII of the Port of Trieste in 2018. Equally remarkable is the 19,7% increase of teus moved by rail in 2019 compared to year 2018.

TRIESTE - Having moved more than 632,000 Teu since the beginning of the year, TMT beats last year's record (625.767 Teu in total) one month in advance.

TRIESTE - The European Investment Bank (the lending arm of the European Union) makes available to the Trieste Port Authority 39 million euros to finance the railway infrastructure in service at the Port of Trieste.

TRIESTE - The economic revenues generated by the Port of Monfalcone will remain in loco, thus allowing the improvement and development of the harbour.

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.