Today took place in Trieste the event “Shipping 4.0”, with the partecipation, among the others, of the President of the regional logistics operators association CONFETRA F.V.G. Stefano Visintin, the Viceminster for Infrastructures and sustenaible transportation Mrs. Bellanova, the President of the Eastern Adriatic Sea Port Sytem Mr. Zeno D’Agostino and Mr. Maurizio Montemagno for the Italian Customs Authority. The speakers confirmed the need to completely exploit the potential of the Trieste’s uniqe free port regime, especially regarding the industrial processing of the goods, in accordance to the requests of the CONFETRA F.V.G.. One of the main goals is the reshoring
The Commission for the European affairs of the Italian Senate dedicated an audition to the Trieste’s International Free Port regime. The meeting took place thanks to the support of some parlamentarian on specific request of the CONFETRA F.V.G logistics association.. Besides the President of the regional logistics entrepreneurs Mr. Visintin, partecipated to the audition also Mr. Zanin – President of the Council of the Autonomous Region Friuli Venezia Giulia and the President of the Trieste’s Port Authority (ADSP MAO) Mr. D’Agostino. The speakers illustrated to the senators the already existing benefits and the potential advantages for the italian economy deriving
The first ship arrived at the new terminal PLT (HHLA PLT ITALY) in the afternoon. The turkish ship Ulusoy-14 represents the operative start of the new terminal, officially presented in september 2020. The ship with 273 units on board connects Trieste wit the turkish port of Çeşme, managed by the turkish company Ulusoy, which is already operating on the piers V and VI of the Trieste’s Port (Timt). From now on, the company represented in Italy by the agency Samer & Co. Shipping, will operate at the berths of the new multipurpose terminal with one call/week every saturday. The major
Duisburger Hafen AG (Duisport) acquires 15% of the Triest’s Dry Port Terminal (Interporto Trieste SpA) and becomes a new partner in supporting the further development of the Fruli Venezia Giulia logistic System.
The freight forwarding & logistics Associaton of the Trieste’s freeport and its logistic network will partecipate with an own stand to the next Styrian Export day in Graz. The styrian export-oriented Entrepreneurs will have the possibility to get information about the infrastructure, rail, road and ship connections as well as storage possibilities of the Trieste’s logistic system. Don’t miss the opportunity to get in touch with the experienced logistic operators of the only free port in Europe! For further information you can contact – also in German – Mr. Walter Gregori: tel. +39 040 365209 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Freight Forwarding & Logistics Association of the Friuli Venezia Giulia region will partecipate to the most important logistic fair in Europe. We are at your disposal at the regional stand together with our members and the Trieste’s Port Authority. HALL B3 – Booth 103/204 VISIT US!
Trieste, february 13th 2019: further areas at disposal of the Free Port of Trieste. In 2017 Interporto Trieste SpA acquired the infrastructure (240.000 sqm. – of wich 74.000 sqm. on warehouses) from the Wärtsila Company for 21 millions of Euro. The area is already functioning and benefits from the free port regime. This special regime ensures particular competitive advantages for logistic purposes as well as for the manipulation and processing of goods. The refitting of the existing rail infrastructure will be completed in one year in order to reactivate the direct train connection with the nearby Port areas.
Statistiche_ESPO_anno-2018-1 Source: Trieste Port System Authority
P&O Ferrymasters launched new intermodal services connecting the Turkish ports of Pendik, Ambarli and Mersin to the Free Port of Trieste, with further rail connections to Rotterdam and Zeebrugge . The departures are scheduled six times a week in both directions providing transit times of less than a week between Turkey and Europe’s principal logistics hubs.
The logistic system of the Trieste’s free port presents his potential in Prague. The Czech market is served by the 3 couples of trains from/to the Pier 7 and 4 couples of trains from/to the pier 6. The high number of guests confirmed once again the importance and the growth perspectives offered by the Trieste’s port to the czech operators.