Constanta, Romania (PortSEurope) April 23, 2018 – The 12th edition of the Constanta Port Day at Krems took place, April 19, 2018, with 200 delegates from Croatia, Germany, Turkey, Bulgaria, Hungary, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Serbia, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Belgium and the Netherlands, together with companies and major transport and logistics authorities. Attendees included major operators from Constanta Port – Comvex, CSCT, TTS and Socep. For the
first time, the Trans-Caspian International Transport Route Association attended the event. The event was organized by the National Company Maritime Ports Administration SA Constanta in partnership with local logistics provider Rhenus Donauhaffen Krems. Nicolae Dan Tivilichi, the general manager of CN APM SA, highlighted at the opening of the event that 13 countries are represented, highlighting the interest of the Middle East for this meeting. “I think that Constanta Port can be the bridge linking Europe to Asia, with Austria playing an important role in this context, but we must use the Danube to its true potential,” said Nicolae Dan Tivilichi. Goods traffic operated between Constanta Port and Austrian ports totaled 654,794 tons in 2017. Source: Port of Constanta Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2018.
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