TRIESTE - The first train running on the only International Customs Rail Corridor in Europe has departed from Trieste Marine Terminal with destination the Logistik Center Austria Süd (LCA-Süd) in Villach/Fürnitz, Carinthia.

TRIESTE -November 2023 marks an increase by 1% on the volumes moved at TMT, with 56.383 teus compared to November 2022.

TRIESTE - A new rail connection linking Trieste and Duisburg has been launched in September from the container terminal of the Port of Trieste. 

TRIESTE - Trieste Marine Terminal has been recently certified ISO 14001:2015 by Bureau Veritas Italia.

TRIESTE - Trieste Marine Terminal has been awarded by the local Sanitary Agency with the WHP Prize 2023 as “Workplace promoting health for the year 2023”, for its active promotion of health practices and well-being among its workers, offering them opportunities to improve health conditions and an active aging.

TRIESTE - October 2023 saw TMT record a 16.82% increase in volumes compared to October 2022, with 69,684 TEUs moved.

TRIESTE - Trieste Marine Terminal handled 365.919 TEUs throughout the first semester of 2023, decreasing by -3.2% versus the same period of 2022, which scored 378.112 teus.

TRIESTE - Respecting environmental regulation is not only a must but also an opportunity for Trieste Marine Terminal, which has set important goals for 2023 and 2024.


TRIESTE - Trieste Marine Terminal and Linz are now connected three times a week by direct roundtrip trains.

Trieste Marine Terminal is happy to announce its participation in the Transport Logistic fair in Munich from 9th to 12th May 2023.

TRIESTE – The Trieste-Wolfurt direct rail service, operated since December 2022 in addition to the existing single-wagon-system via Villach, is enhanced by a second weekly departure from the end of April.

PORTOGRUARO (VENICE) – On 14th April 2023, Trieste Marine Terminal S.p.A. has, once again, proudly gained recognition as the best company in the logistics and transport sectors in Friuli Venezia Giulia, both for management performance and financial reliability.

TRIESTE – With 185,291 TEUs handled at Trieste Marine Terminal, the first quarter of 2023 marks a +3.3% compared to the same period of 2022, confirming the growth trend of last year. 

Starting 13th February, the Austrian market is served by two direct block trains to Linz and two direct block trains to Vienna South departing from Trieste Marine Terminal.

To enhance its branching in Austria, a direct connection between Trieste Marine Terminal and Wolfurt has been implemented in December 2022, adding up to the existing connection via Villach running in single wagon system. 

TMT General Tariff for 2023 is now on line at

The new tariff applies as from 01/01/2023 and is valid until 31/12/2023.

On 1st December in the frame of Palazzo Mezzanotte, Milan, Stefano Selvatici was awarded for the third consecutive year by Le Fonti as CEO of the Year - Innovation & Leadership within the Logistics & intermodal transportation industry: "For leading the only specialized container terminal in Trieste that manages all activities related to maritime terminal operations. For knowing how to manage with commitment, passion and sense of responsibility his team and for the continuous investment in improving the structure and the services offered."

Constant traffic increase at Trieste Marine Terminal in October, following the very positive trend already registered in September for both vessel and rail cargo.


This is the key principle of Project Cargo operations at Trieste Marine Terminal, which yesterday opened the gates of Pier VII to a selection of guests from this sector, to illustrate its potential also in the branch of non-containerized cargo on container ships, in which the company has been distinguishing in recent years thanks to a rapidly growing trend.

Starting June, TMT offers an enhanced service to Vienna, by doubling the frequency of its direct train, dedicated to MSC, from one to two roundtrips per week.

TMT confirms its growing trend in the handling of project cargo, with 23 items handled in the month of May, split on 4 oceanic vessels.

April shows an increase in volumes both on the single month and over the four-month period.

TO Delta Group participated in the 2022 edition of BreakBulk Rotterdam, with representatives from the commercial and operational breakbulk teams of TMT.

Trieste Marine Terminal participates in Break Bulk Europe 2022 taking place in Rotterdam from 17 to 19 May.

One year after the first similar, exceptional operation, Trieste Marine Terminal has hosted the launch of the hull and superstructure of the extra-luxury cruise ship Seabourn Pursuit.

Starting mid-February, Trieste Marine Terminal expands its links with the main ports of the Mediterranean with a new line operated by MSC dedicated to Egypt.

Starting 14th March a new rail service is implemented to connect Trieste Marine Terminal with Busto Arsizio on a weekly basis.

January opens with a significant increase in the volumes handled at Trieste Marine Terminal: 65.068 teus at yard, +17% in respect of January 2021.

We wish to inform our Customers that the new General Tariff for 2022 is now on line on

Scientific studies indicate that the climate of the Mediterranean is changing in character as more intense, localized and difficult to predict weather phenomena are observed. 

October 2021 turned out to be an atypical month, not just locally but also at a wider national – if not global – level, reporting quite unexpected results. 

For the 2nd consecutive year our company is awarded by ITQF in collaboration with Repubblica Affari e Finanza for its growth performance.

The month of August scored a +8.3% of TEUs moved at TMT compared to August 2020. The positive trend in the traffic of full containers is continuing, along with the recovery of volumes for empty and transhipment containers.

Beginning September 10, the new rail service connects Trieste Marine Terminal directly to Ludwigshafen, Germany.

On September 6th the new representation office of the Port Authority of Trieste and Alpe Adria was inaugurated in Budapest. This new opening adds to the pre-existing offices of T.O. Delta in the city and confirms the strong relationship between Hungary and the Port of Trieste.

Starting in mid-September TMT will launch a rail service connecting directly the container terminal of Molo VII in Trieste with Terminal Tricon in Nuremberg.

Compagnia Portuale of Monfalcone has been sold by TO Delta Group to F2i – Italian Funds for Infrastructures, with the aim to further consolidating its position in the container compartment.

A bright beginning of July at Trieste Marine Terminal, as far as project cargoes are concerned: 2 items weighing 95 tons each were discharged from a CMA-CGM container ship and subsequently 4 items, weighing 160 tons each, were loaded on the same vessel, allowing in the meantime regular dry cargo operation to be carried out. 

The first semester of 2021 displays a “light and shade” result in the volumes handled at Trieste Marine Terminal compared to the first semester 2020: +15% of full cntr but -39% on the empty cntr handlings, for a total of 315.381 teus handled, overall -7.5% less than 2020.

The Port System Authority of the Eastern Adriatic Sea continues in the enhancement of the infrastructures serving the port of Trieste.

Trieste Marine Terminal increases its capacity for storing reefer containers at yard, today featuring 405 electric plugs.

Notwithstanding a remarkable increase in the traffic by rail, with +8.5% in respect of April 2020 and +7% on the period January to April, the overall moves at Trieste Marine Terminal in April show a -18,7% compared to April 2020, with 45.846 TEUs handled.

For the second consecutive year Trieste Marine Terminal has been bestowed with the “Industria Felix” award as the Best Logistics and Transport enterprise for management performance and financial reliability in Friuli Venezia Giulia.

TO Delta, the Group holding 50% of the shares of Trieste Marine Terminal and managing it, has been certified by TÜV SÜD for using 100% renewable energy in all its offices, right in coincidence with World Earth Day on 22 April.

TRIESTE - Twenty-eight project cargoes handled in the first quarter of the year place Trieste Marine Terminal again at the verge of a sector that, for the container terminal of the Port of Trieste, hit its record during 2020.

TRIESTE - Both TEUs handled ship to shore and by train are growing again at the container terminal of Molo VII of the Port of Trieste.

TRIESTE - 2020 has been a remarkable year for TMT, the container terminal of the Port of Trieste, as far as the handling of project cargoes is concerned.

Thanks to the close cooperation among TO Delta, Rail Cargo Operator and Alpe Adria, starting from March 1st, Trieste Marine Terminal strengthens its intermodal network in Austria by adding a second weekly departure of EVO service.

TRIESTE - Container traffic at Trieste Marine Terminal opens year 2021 showing already an upward trend: the month of January has recorded an increase in TEUs by 8.1% compared to the same month of last year.

TRIESTE - The double-digit growth that characterized the last few years is now missing, but Trieste Marine Terminal has managed to keep a remarkable traffic level: 687,921 Teu handled with a decrease of 0.11% compared to 2019.

TRIESTE – The Italian Minister of Infrastructure and Transport, Paola De Micheli, confirms Zeno D’Agostino president of the Port Network Authority of the Eastern Adriatic Sea for another four-year term.

TRIESTE – Trieste Marine Terminal has handled 634,561 teus in the first eleven months of the year, thus almost pairing the data recorded in the same period of 2019.

On January 22nd, Trieste Marine Terminal has introduced a monthly newsletter. Using as landing website, each edition of the newsletter will provide valuable information on Port of Trieste, maritime services, intermodal connections, private and public investments and more updates on container traffic. TMT's target in producing the newsletter is to share the information about current results and future goals and keep all customers and operators informed about the core business and latest developments of the Container Terminal as well as the Port of Trieste in general.

With effect from December 2015, the Maersk and MSC - Alliance (2M) implemented a new direct call to Yokohama on their AE12/PHOENIX Far East service from Trieste. With a transit time of 37 days in export, the new connection finally offers a competitive and valuable solution for cargo bound to Japan in addition to the traditional Japanese calls. In Trieste, the weekly service is directly linked to the departures and arrivals of our intermodal services to/from Germany, Hungary and Austria in order to provide an optimized total transit time solution for the respective markets of reference.

A new direct weekly rail connection has been established between the KTB Terminal of Burghausen and the Container Terminal of Trieste.

The connection has been established to serve Wacker Chemie AG in Burghausen (Bavaria), one of the major German chemical companies. Wacker will route via Trieste Marine Terminal part of their cargo bound to several Mediterranean, Middle East and Far East destinations.

Trieste Marine Terminal receives the ITALA Italian Terminal and Logistic Award as the Best Italian Container Terminal of the Year. The awards have been assigned during the fair Piacenza Expo, that was joined by main representatives and operators of the logistics and transportation sector. The jury of experts has based the final decision on the special characteristics, steadily increasing performance during the past ten years and ongoing investments plans of Trieste Marine Terminal.

On Monday 27th a delegation of operators from Bavaria visited our terminal. The delegation has been guided by the Shipping Agents and Freight Forwarders Association of the Port of Trieste through the terminals of the Port and had the chance to directly exchange information with the port and rail operators especially about the several intermodal services linking Trieste with Bavaria and Germany.

TMT sarà felice di dare il benvenuto ai partecipanti dell'Open Day 2015 del Porto di Trieste organizzato dall’Autorità Portuale di Trieste assieme a tutte le associazioni di categoria, gli operatori e la comunità portuale.

Per le modalità di partecipazione e prenotazioni si prega di seguire il link:


TMT will be glad to welcome you at the Open Day of Port of Trieste 2015 organized by the Port Authority of Trieste together with port operators and associations.

With 47.044 teu, July 2015 becomes the best month in terms of volumes moved at TMT ever since.
During the first 7 months of 2015, TMT moved a total of 261.970 teu, still slightly less than during the same period of 2014.
July signals, as well as the first part of August 2015 are anyway encouraging, showing a growing trend compared to the first part of 2015.
Further details are available in the statistics section of this internet site.


A new direct intermodal connection has been established between Trieste Marine Terminal and Budapest Bilk. The rail link is designed to enhance the intermodal network from/to Trieste, offering the best possible transit times and connections from/to Hungary to the direct oceanic services currently calling Trieste. 

Trieste Marine Terminal, together with the Port Authority of Trieste and other port terminals and logistic operators forming the intermodal and logistic system of Friuli Venezia Giulia, is going to attend the Transport Logistics trade show in Munich.

From May 5th to May 8th a delegation of TMT representatives is at your full disposal at our stand in hall B3, 103/204, to provide information about latest news, planned investments of the terminal, direct maritime services, possible inland solutions and improved business opportunities via Trieste. 

Trieste Marine Terminal, together with the Trieste Port Authority and a delegation of other port operators, is going to attend the 20th International Exhibition for Transport and Logistics Services and Technologies “TransRussia” in Moscow from April 21st -24th 2015.

TransRussia is the largest international transport, logistics and Supply Chain Management exhibition in Russia and the CIS countries, gathering this year the community of leading transport and logistics professionals from 495 companies and 29 countries.

On April 17th in occasion of the Praha-Trieste cultural days, Trieste Marine Terminal will be in Prague with the Port Authority, terminal operators and freight forwarders.
The event will begin at 10.00 and will be held at the Italian Cultural Institute in Prague under the organization of the Prague and Trieste Freight Forwarders Associations. The guests  will have the chance to be reported about the latest investments, shipping and possible inland options for the Czech Republic market via Trieste. 
Here below the program of the event:

The current shipping industry situation and the necessity to obtain the economy of scale brought the Shipping Lines to the inevitable creation of large-scale alliances: 2M and Ocean3 have been set up, whilst Evergreen strengthened the collaboration with CKYH creating CKYHE.

On Wednesday 18th , with the arrival of the first mega- containership at Molo VII, the 2M service has been launched. Yesterday, the mega-containership has been welcomed by the local authorities, the TMT management and Maersk’s delegates. 
With a total carrying capacity of 116,100 tonnes DWT, 367 meters in length and carrying capacity of 10,100 TEUs, Gerda Maersk is the largest containership ever to call in the Adriatic Sea. The above-mentioned service will weekly involve Trieste, reinforcing the Far East direct service already available via Trieste.

Shipping Industry recent “revolution” brought to the creation of new strategic Alliances among the Shipping Lines: 2M and Ocean3 have been set up whilst Evergreen strengthened the collaboration with CKYH creating CKYHE.
With effect from the third week of February, 2M, O3 and Evergreen Alliances will all serve Trieste with Oceanic vessels able to offer to Italian, Austrian, German, Hungarian and other central and eastern European customers a wide, fast and reliable range of oversea origins and destinations.

With effect from February 18th, a new Logtainer operated intermodal connection will link Trieste Marine Terminal with Bologna (Interporto) three times per week.
Trains will run on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, leaving Trieste in the evening and reaching Bologna in 6 hours.
From Bologna the trains will depart on Monday, Wednesday and Friday to reach TMT around 7 hours later.

With 476.507 teu, TMT closed 2014 recording the highest volumes moved in Trieste ever since.
Export volume growth boost this fairly positive result, whilst import cargo remained basically unchanged compared to 2013.
During 2014, the 30 % of the import/export traffic to/from Trieste has been moved via rail. 
Detailed data are available on the Statistics section of this internet site.

The 2015 shipping and intermodal new scenario to create added value via Trieste for the traffic of the South German logistics operators.
This will be the main topic of the presentation and event that the Port of Trieste will hold at the Bavarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Munich on November 12th .

During September Trieste Marine Terminal moved 36.374 teu, + 1,60% compared to the same month of last year.
The total volumes moved in the first 9 months have been 358.619 teu, + 2,83% compared to the same period of 2013.
Container vessels operated in Trieste up to September have been 515 units, against 534 of the same period of 2013. 
For furher details please visit our web-site at the page dedicated to our statistics.


A delegation of the Municipality of Xiamen and of the Xiamen Port Authority visited today Trieste Marine Terminal.
The visit was part of the program related to the Twinning initiative between the Cities of Trieste and Xiamen as well as the Twinning of the two Ports.
During the delegations’ talks, a Letter of Intent has been signed between the Port Authorities of Xiamen and Trieste with the aim to maintain and further strenghten a close collaboration in promoting the two Ports and activities in the each other areas.

With 237.741 teu, TMT recorded a 1,7 % increase in the first six months of 2014 compared to the same period of 2013.
Detailed figures are available on the statistics section of the site.

After the success of the initiative held in 2013, on June 15th the second OPEN DAY of the Port will be organized.
In that occasion, all the main terminal will be open and the main Port activities will be described and shown "live"  .
For further information and bookings:

5startravels, via Torrebianca 21b, tel +39-040-3225190; mail:

On Tuesday 27th of May the Port of Trieste will be in Wien for the Trieste harbor day in Austria 2014 with a Port Authority, terminals, freight forwarders and rail operators delegation .
Under the organization of the Chamber of Commerce of Trieste, the event will be held at the Italian Embassy in Wien, where Austrian operators, Shipping Lines's agents and importers/exporters will have the chance to be reported about the latest developments of the Port of Trieste, focused on and for the Austrian market.

On April 16th Trieste Marine Terminal will participate at the Port Day at Burghausen.
The important South German industrial area looks for new possible intermodal connections with the NWC range Ports and with Trieste.
A workshop organized by LKZ Prien will focus on these aspects: interventions and presentations will be carried out by Antwerp, Rotterdam and Hamburg  Ports representatives and by Trieste Marine Terminal too.

On April 3rd Trieste Marine Terminal will participate to the Logistik day in Ulm. The participation will be the occasion to meet customers and friends and to build up the condition for a further growth of Trieste Marine Terminal in the area.
Ulm is presently served via Trieste thanks to a 1 per week block train connection departing from Trieste on Tuesday evening and arriving at Ulm on Wednesday morning. The way back departs from Ulm on Wednesday evening and arrives at Trieste on Thursday morning.

With effect from February 11th, a second regular weekly rail connection from Trieste to Milano and viceversa will be established.
The A-A tranit time block train service will be operated by Alpe Adria and it's open to all Shipping Lines and operators.

Here below the timetable.

Further information on

New Time Table from 11th February Closing time in

We are glad to inform you that, despite the very bad weather conditions which hit the North Adriatic region and the eastern part of the Alps during the last days, the situation in Trieste is fine, with no major disruption.

With 458.497 teu and 298.188 cntr handled in 2013, Trieste Marine Terminal beats, for the third year in a row, the previous record of containers moved at the Port of Trieste. The 11,5% increase compared to 2012 is basically due to the very good performance of export and transhipment traffic, while import remains almost unchanged.
Traffic via rail grew by 10% in 2013 and represent over 30% of the total import/export traffic moved at the terminal.

Also this year a delegation of the Port of Trieste participated to the Logitrans at Istanbul. In this contest TMT and the other port terminals presented the services and facilities to the delegates of the Chamber of Industry of Istanbul, to Shipping Lines and to actual and potential customers and operators.

The TMT result of the third qrt 2013 reads + 13,9 % in teu and 12,6 % in cntr compared to the first 9 months of 2012.
The increase is mainly due to the export and transhipment cargo volume rise, whilst import remains stable at the same level of last year.
A very important growth is recorded on the intermodal, with volumes moved by rail up by 16,5% and a pick in Austrian and German cargo.

Updated data are reported in our statistics section.


We are glad to inform all our Customers that starting from October 1st (departure from Trieste) and October 2nd (departing from Ulm) a one per week block train will link Trieste Marine Terminal with ULM Dornstadt terminal. 

The first of the two cranes under upgarading program will be transferred back from the working area to the quay on June 17th, as planned. The crane will be fully operational within the first week of July. The new crane has now a capacity of 20 rows in width and 7 tiers in hight thus becoming the biggest per capacity in the Adriatic. 
A second crane will be under upgrading works starting from the next days and it is planned to be back in operation within September 2013.

The first five months of 2013 closed with a total of 192.505 teu and 123.804 cntr (+15,5 % and 14,2 % respectively, compared to the same period of 2012).
Detailed information are available on the statistics section of this site.


The first five months of 2013 closed with a total of 192.505 teu and 123.804 cntr (+15,5 % and 14,2 % respectively, compared to the same period of 2012).
Detailed information are available on the statistics section of this site.



The new rail network time table to/from Trieste is available on our web site, under "intermodal links" and "rail origins and destinations via Trieste". For any further information, do not hesitate to contact us.

For the first time in its history, the container terminal of the Port of Trieste overcomes 400.000 teu handled in one year.
This positive result in terms of volumes is driven by the good performance of the export cargo and the transhipment, recording a growth compared to 2011.

 With effect from the beginning of December, Trieste Marine Terminal started the works for the upgrading of two of TMT’s quay cranes to “enlarge” the cranes geometrical capacity up to 20 rows width and 7 tiers high.

 The brand new 45 tons 20 meters length MCY65 yacht, son of the prestigious yacht producer “Montecarlo” sailed for the first time ever from Trieste Marine Terminal with destination Shanghai, on board of Evergreen Line MV Ever Uranus on Tuesday 4th.

The operations has been carried with a direct lift from sea with one of the TMT’s quay cranes.

 “We are very satisfied about this first loading and very proud of the choice done by Montecarlo and Monetcarlo’s freight forwarder, Mssrs.Fioravanti”

A delegation of the Port presented the wide range of services available in Trieste to Israely Operators,  Authorities and Institutions on Monday 10th of September in Tel Aviv.

The Trieste delegation focused the intervention on the container transport and handlings opportunities for fresh produce, proposing the synergic sistem of the Trieste operators (Shipping Lines agents, terminals -container and reefer- and logistics operators) as a new possible routing to serve Europe.

The intermodal links timetable has just been updated and it is now available on this web site.

Rail connections to and from all the main Austrian origins and destinations, to and from Munich, Ulm, Giengen, Budapest, Paskov, Padova and Milano are at customers disposal to move their cargo from and to Trieste.

During the first six months of 2012 the total volumes moved at Trieste Marine Terminal have been 205.742 teu (133.334 cntr).
The grouth compared to the same period of 2012 is +18,61 % in teu and 19,47 % in cntr, with a number of vessel operated in the first six months of 2012 at +6,8 % compared to the same semester of last year.

For more information please click on the statistics section of our web site



On June 19th 2012, the Evergreen Symphony Orchestra will hold a Concert in Trieste at the theatre "Il Rossetti" starting at 20.00.

Ital Universo, berthed tonigh at Trieste, is the first vessel of the new UAM service to arrive at TMT. The 5.662 teu vessel is deployed on the new Evergreen Far East - Adriatic direct service together with other 13 vessels utilized on the Service (which call also the U.S. West Coast) .

Partner of the service are Evergreen (vessel operator) Hanjin, Yang Ming and, for Trieste, also MOL.

During the period 1/1/2012 - 30/4/2012 a total of 131.911 teu have been moved at Trieste Marine Terminal, recording a +16,2 %compared to the same period of 2011.

The same data in cntr shows a 17,5 % growth, at 85.360 cntrs.

Detailed information are available in the statistics section of the web site



With effect from April 10th, the rail connetion Trieste - Milano and v.v. is resumed with 1-2 train departures per week.
The trains will be opearted by Alpe Adria with a  weekly connection leaving Trieste every Tuesday at 20.00 and arriving at Milano Smistamento, for the termninal of Pioltello, at 08.30 on Wednesday. The train will then departs from Milano on Wednesday at 23.00 to arrive at Trieste on Thursday at 10.20.

Over 120 people reresenting the main Shipping Lines, freight forwarders and logistics operators working in Bavaria and Baden Wurttemberg partecipated last thurday to the T.O.Delta, TMT and RCA's event in Munich.

With vessels between 5.300 and 6.300 teu capacity, the new direct service operated by Evergreen Line will call Trieste with effect from May 14th 2012.
Together with the taiwanese line, other Shipping Companies will join this new oceanic service: Hanjin, Yang Ming and MOL.
With this new direct link to/from Far East, operators can rely on an additional important option to link the Adriatic Sea with China, Korea , Japan and other main areas in Far East and Middle East.

With effect from February 22nd, a new rail connection will connect Trieste with the area of ULM - Germany. The weekly train will reach Giengen terminal with a capacity of 72 teu and a transit time of 16 hours.

The Giengen train will be added to the already running weekly connection to Ulm terminal Dornstadt.

Updated train timetables are available at the intermodal section of this web site.

393.193 teus handled in 2011 is the new record ever for the containers moved at the Port of Trieste. The 2011 traffic growth reads + 39,61% in teu and + 41,59% in cntrs compared to 2010 volumes. The increase compared to the former record of 2008 is + 16,23 %  in teu and + 15,8% in cntr.

The first direct trains of the new rail services joinly operated by Rail Cargo Austria and TMT (T.O.Delta Group) for Munich and Ulm successfully departed from Trieste on January th10 and 11th.
The TMT-RCA's connection with South Germany deploys 5 trains per week to Munich and 1-2 trains per week to Ulm guaranteeing the shortest possible transit time from the Port to inland terminals (11 hours to Munich and 13 hours to Ulm).

TMT's partecipation to the Logitrans Istanbul recorded a pic of interest on Friday 9th, when a wide attendance to the TMT, MSC and INCI Lojistik 's event has been recorded.
The joint presentation carried out by the three Companies at the Port of Trieste's stand has been the occasion to introduce the latest news about Trieste Marine Terminal and the new services the Lines will deploy from Turkey to Trieste.

Trieste Marine Terminal, together with the Trieste Port Authority, the Trieste Chamber of Commerce and other port operators will attend the Logitrans Istanbul on December 8th-10th 2011.

During the Fair, on december 9th (from 11.00h) a presentation of the Port of Trieste will be held and all the latest information about Trieste Marine Terminal will be provided to the Turkish market .

We will be at Hall 9, stand 312 at the Logitrans Istanbul !

A Port of Trieste’s delegation (Trieste Port Authority, Trieste Marine Terminal and the Trieste Chamber of Commerce) met Korean operators, importers, exporters and freight forwarders Associations and Shipping Lines last week in Seoul. B2B meetings and a general workshop have been organized to present to the Korean market the latest news about the container terminal of Trieste and the Trieste Port developments plan.

The first vessel of the new direct service linking Izmir (Turkey) and Trieste called TMT on wednesday 5th of October.
The service, operated by INCI Lojistik, is performed on weekly basis with the vessel Maria Schepers calling Trieste every wednesday.

With 40.338 teu moved, August 2011 is the best month ever in the Trieste's container terminal history.
Full import and transhipment cntr handlings drive the growth bringing the total moves from January to August at 250.475 teu, plus 29,75% compared to same period of 2010. Details of the monthly performances are available in the "statistics" section of this web site.

The positive volumes trend recorded since the beginning of 2011 keeps going, with July to reach 36.669 teu (the highest cntr volume ever moved in one month at the container terminal of the Port of Trieste ).
The first sevent month of 2011 show a + 21,48% (210.137 teu) compared to the same period of 2010.
Details of statistics are available in the dedicated page of this web site.  

With 36.563 teu moved, June 2011 is the highest month in terms of volumes in the Port of Trieste and Trieste container terminal history.
The total volumes (teu) moved from January 2011 is 173.468, + 18,4% compared to the first semester 2010 and, again, the higehst semester recorder till today.
The total number of vessels calling TMT during the first 6 months of 2011 has been of 339 units, with + 23,3% compared to 2010.
Details of the monthly performances are available in the "statistics" section of this web site.


Information and presentations related to the Hinterport Project Event held in Marseille on May 17th and 18th are now available on

A significant attendance among the Bavarian Freight Forwarders and the Logistics Operators Community has been recorded for the Promotional Event held on May 11th by Trieste Marine Terminal during the Transport Logistics Fair at Munich.

A presentation of Trieste Marine Terminal and the intermodal connections with Hungary, together with the new T.O.Delta's Hungarian office, have been carried out during an "event"  held at Budapest Bilk terminal on March 10th. 
The market appreciated the practical cut given to the event, with T.O.Delta and Trieste Marine Terminal reporting, in a sort of round table with the operators, about the present and future development of Trieste with and for the Hungarian market players.

Being partner of the Hinterport Project, Trieste Marine Terminal will partecipate to the event "Innovative solutions and strategic approach" to the railways and barge business development, which will be hosted by the Port of Antwerp on March 3rd .
The event aims to forster business dialogue between Hinterport Community and transport stackeholders in order to henance the policy, operational and infrastructural dimension of the port-hinterland integration.

The first full block train linking Trieste with Szolnok (Hungary) departed from TMT on Monday evening properly delivered its cargo on Wednesday early morning in Szolnok.

With effect from February 1st 2011 a fourth service to Trieste has been added by MSC to further improve the connection with TMT and strongly speed up the transit times from the Far East and from Turkey.

As far as the Far East traffics are concerned, MV St. Vincente (1513 teus capacity) will regularly and directly link Gioia Tauro with Trieste in  2 days only, allowing the cargo from Far East to quickly reach TMT without any additional port call in between.
Some examples of the new transit times are reported here below:

Up to some years ago the Japanese Line used to be one of the most important carrier calling Trieste. In few days they'll be back to TMT with a weekly service connecting China and Far East with Taranto and Trieste.  

CMA-CGM Berlioz, departing from Shanghai on January 24th, will be the first vessel of the Phoenixian-AE12 service to call Trieste twice a week, with a first call to discharge the import traffic and a second call to load the export cargo only few days later.With this move, the two shipping Lines aim to strongly improve the transit time to/from Trieste, reducing it by almost 1 week compared to the former rotation, optimizing the import delivery and the export receipt.

The developments of the Adriatic feeder network adds a new opportunity for Italian and Central/Eastern EU customers which, since the beginning of December, will have the chance to use Hapag Lloyd services also via Trieste. 
Since the beginning of this month, the German company provides connections to/from Trieste via the the hub of Cagliari.

In collaboration with the Port Authority of Trieste and with a selected number of Port and Logistics operators, Trieste Marine Terminal participated to the Trans Middle East 2010 that took place in Alexandria (Egypt) on November 23rd and 24th. 

The EU project "Hinterport" aims to develop and improve the knowladge about the Ports and Inland terminals integration policy and best practices at European Union level, with particular attention to "green" logistics solution and IT systems development.

With effect form the beginning of October, Evergreen Line will add additional space and will strongly improve their service to the Adriatic area. Ever Summit 0154-027w, with etd Shanghai 06/10 - eta Taranto il 27/10, will be the first vessel of their CES service from China to Med and Europe to call the port of Taranto on the westbound leg.

Yesterday the Prefect of Trieste Dr. Alessandro Giacchetti visited Trieste Marine Terminal.
The Italian Government's representative confirmed the significant interest of its Institution in the developing of Trieste Marine Terminal infrastructure and traffics. A particular focus has been put on the close collaboration between the operators and the institution Dr. Giacchetti represents in order to keep on increasing the competitive position of the Port of Trieste in the international scenario.

With effect from August 1st 2010 the Port Authority of Trieste decided to cut by 60% the Anchorage Tax paid on yearly basis at Trieste Port for the container vessels. The reduction is applicable to vessels over 40.000 tons (gross tonnage) deployed on direct oceanic services, as reported in detail in the “Ordinanza n 56” of the Port Authority of Trieste.

The arrival of the first Hanjin's vessel at TMT has been the occasion for a Korean carrier's delegation to visit the terminal and to welcome the 4500 teus vessel Hanjin Mundra at Trieste. 

"We are very happy to have our first vessel here in Trieste", Mr Cho, member of the board of directors of Hanjin Italy, said this morning. "We strongly belive Trieste can be the natural door for Austrian, South Germany and eastern EU Countries for Hanjin and, also thanks to the very good collaboration with TMT, we strongly work on the market to develop our AAX service via Trieste.

With effect from August 2nd, the renewed Maersk’s Alex service will call Trieste on weekly basis.
The service will deploy three 1000 teu capacity vessels (M/V Magnos, M/V Manarias and M/V Maersk Arun) with the following rotation:
Trieste-Ravenna-Pireus-Limassol-Ashdod-Port Said-Alexadria-Limassol-Koper-Trieste.

With effect from middle July, Cosco's AFS service will tranship all the Adriatic carco in Pireus (instead of Gioia tauro). This move allows the Line to reduce the former transit time to/from Trieste, improving the connections with the mother vessels to/from far east and other origins/destinations. The new rotation becomes Trieste- Koper-Venezia-Ancona-Gioia Tauro-Pireus-Rijeka-Trieste.