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Port Of Rijeka Completes Redevelopment Of Bakar Terminal For Bulk Cargo

Port of Rijeka completes redevelopment of Bakar terminal for bulk cargo

Source: Port Authority of Rijeka
Rijeka, Croatia (PortSEurope) December 23, 2021 – The Port Authority of Rijeka has announced the completion of redeveloping the infrastructure of the Bakar bulk cargo terminal at a cost of almost HRK 48.5 million (€6.45 million). The work was 85%-funded by the EU’s Connecting European Facility (CEF) and carried out by a consortium of GP Krk, Colas Rail Croatia and Colas Rail SASu. The project
involved the reconstruction of traffic areas and tracks around ​​the bulk cargo terminal to improve the efficiency of cargo management and better connections with the trans-European transport network (Ten-T). The connection of the entire port basin with the railway network in the hinterland and towards European corridors has also been modernised. The President of the Management Board of the Port Authority of Rijeka, Duško Grabovac, said that the current infrastructure restrictions have been removed and that the modernization of infrastructure in accordance with European standards will enable the company better regional and international connectivity, greater operability and quality of services. Last month, APM Terminals and ENNA formalized the project for the design, construction and operation of the new container terminal in Rijeka with the signature of the 50-year concession agreement for Rijeka Gateway, a joint venture between the two companies. More PortSEurope news about the Port of Rijeka Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2021.

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