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TRIESTE - Trieste Marine Terminal is going to attend the event, organized and promoted by the Port Authority of Trieste, which will take place on September 27th, 2017 at the Budapest Music Center.

TRIESTE - The first six months of 2017 have shown a 0,91% increase in total goods displaced for the Port of Trieste, setting a new growth record in the railroad department with a 16,90% increase.

TRIESTE - Trieste Port Authority has approved the 2017-2019 Operational Plan. Innovation, intermodality, infrastructure, industry, logistic integration, internationalization and IT will be the lines of development that will benefit from more than a billion Euros in public and private investments in the long term, as well as from 280 million Euros in the short and medium term.

TRIESTE – Data from the first semester of 2017 confirm a trend of considerable growth of Trieste Marine Terminal, as for Molo-VII container handling, in the Port of Trieste.

TRIESTE - The total volumes handled at Trieste Marine Terminal during May 2017 records a +25.7% compared to the same period of 2016. The total volumes moved by rail during May grew by 73.2% (even in this case compared to May 2016).

TRIESTE - Following a meeting in Beijing with China’s president Xi Jinping, Italy’s premier Paolo Gentiloni confirmed that Trieste and Genoa will be boosted as the arrival points of the Belt and Road Initiative.

TRIESTE - In April, the total volumes moved by the container terminal of the port of Trieste still record a significant grow (+21.3% in Teu) compared to the same period of last year.

TRIESTE – In the first three months of 2017 the volumes moved via Trieste Marine Terminal grew by 12.56% (128,822 Teu) compared to the same period of 2016.

TRIESTE – The volumes in Teu moved by Trieste Marine Terminal in February 2017 show an increase of 5.48% compared to the same period in 2016.

TRIESTE – The Authority that manages Trieste’s port of call continues to expand the complete integration between the Port and the inland terminal while expecting the new “free port zone” to be operational in the next few months.