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Duisport To Invest In The Port Of Trieste

duisport to invest in the port of Trieste

Source: Adriaports
Duisburger Hafen AG (duisport) is ready to invest in the hinterland of the North Italian seaport together with the Port Authority of Trieste and the regional financial holding company Friulia S.p.A – August 19, 2020 The investment target is “Interporto di Trieste S.p.A.”, a company within the Trieste Port Community. Interporto operates three logistics facilities in and around Trieste, all with excellent rail connections and
a total of almost one million square meters of floor space and approximately 130,000 m² of storage space. In addition to customs clearance, the services offered include in particular the preparation of intermodal and logistical concepts as well as targeted land development in the port area of Trieste. The current negotiations are based on the strategic cooperation between duisport and Autorita’ di Sistema Portuale del Mare Adriatico Orientale (AdSP – Eastern Adriatic Sea Port Authority), which has been in place since summer 2017. duisport CEO Erich Staake recognized the enormous potential of the North Italian port years ago and pushed ahead with the joint development of logistics services. “This is a meaningful extension of our international network. Especially for our customers who set their priorities in the transport of goods in the European area”, says Staake. The Port of Trieste is the largest seaport in the Upper Adriatic. The location is considered an important maritime gateway for Central and Eastern Europe and has developed into a leading European logistics hub in recent years. Moreover, Trieste is involved in the Belt and Road initiative via the maritime Silk Road. Source: AdriaPorts

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