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TRIESTE – Trieste Marine Terminal records substantial stability of the TEUs handled from January to August 2020 with a + 0.22%, and 460,000 Teu, a slight decrease compared to the figure of last month (+ 0.99%).

TRIESTE - Trieste Marine Terminal basically confirms the traffic volumes of the first seven months of 2020 in comparison with the same period of 2019.

TRIESTE - Record loading and unloading in the past 24 hours by Trieste Marine Terminal, which confirms the upward trend in the break bulk sector. 

TRIESTE - During the period January-June 2020, Trieste Marine Terminal has handled 44 items in break bulk: an increasing trend for the container terminal of the port of Trieste, which nearly doubles the performance of the same period of 2019.

TRIESTE - The rail connection linking the Port of Trieste to Padova, which is open to the operators of maritime containers sector, was launched on 11th May, just after the first openings at the end the lockdown period in Italy.

TRIESTE - TMT recorded a substantially stable semester (+ 0.11%) at the container terminal of Molo VII in the Port of Trieste. This is a figure that shows the lack of growth, even record-breaking, which had characterized the previous years.

Trieste Marine Terminal has been awarded the Industria Felix prize and bestowed with the Budgetary Performance High Honor as the best company with an international vocation in the province of Trieste in terms of managerial performance and financial accountability.

TRIESTE - Pier VII of the Port of Trieste, operated by Trieste Marine Terminal, recorded an increase by 3.71% of Teu moved in May, compared to the same period of 2019. A slight increase (+ 0.94%) is also recorded for the first five months of 2020. 

TRIESTE – The container terminal in Molo VII, Port of Trieste, maintains its traffic levels, despite the slowdowns of the Covid-19 emergency. In the first four months of 2020, Trieste Marine Terminal recorded a 0.17% increase in moved TEU, compared to the same period of last year.

TRIESTE - Despite the slow-down due to the CoViD-19 emergency, hitting China first and now Europe, the first quarter of  2020 closes for TMT with +1% compared to the same period of 2019.