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TRIESTE - Mascalzone Latino the race sailing boat from shipowner Vincenzo Onorato, was embarked today with destination to the Far East.
 
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 – In the past few days another Chinese delegation, this time the Minister of Transport, visited the container terminal of the Port of Trieste and other facilities in the seaport area. This meeting took place thanks to the 14th edition of the Implementation Meeting of EU-China Maritime Agreement;
TRIESTE - Trieste marine terminal activated a fifth regular weekly block train departure from Trieste to Budapest Bilk and vice versa.
 
TRIESTE - Authorizations for industrial activities, reorganization of the area based on international trade needs, a certain duty free zone for operators: these are the main innovations of the ministerial decree for the regime of international free zone of the Port of Trieste.
TRIESTE - A total budget of 80 million euro and 15 million of co-financing are the resources available to the Port Authority system of the northern Adriatic for European planning and development.
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).
 
In particular, international rail traffic keeps increasing the figures with Bavaria (+95%) and Austria (+35%), playing a major role.
TRIESTE – The Counselor Minister of the commercial economic office of the Chinese embassy in Italy, Xu Xiaofeng, has visited today the port of Trieste looking for a 360 degrees collaboration with the Friuli Venezia Giulia territory.
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- The upgrading phase of the second crane of Trieste’s container terminal has been carried out in the past few days. Now the cranes are able to operate the new generation vessels up to 16.000 teus, confirming Trieste as one of the top terminal in the Adriatic able to handle such kind of big ships.