Trieste, Italy (PortSEurope) November 29, 2018 – Trieste Marine Terminal Spa’s Sales and Marketing Manager Marco Zollia has presented the terminals offering at the Navigator Haulage Conference 2018 in Budapest.
Marco Zollia presented the features of container traffic focusing on the concentration of volume flows (high peaks at the terminals), on port infrastructures limits (terminals, gates, intermodal areas, shunting stations), rail infrastructure network and the social and environmental needs.
Traffic with the Hungarian market increased significantly during the course of 2018 along the most reliable route between Trieste and Budapest via Austria, thanks to new rail infrastructures both inside and outside the Trieste container terminal.
Traffic volume from January to October 2018 increased of over 55% compared to the same period of 2017.
In general, this shows how the port of Trieste is getting ready for future challenges by planning long-term infrastructure works and also with the utilization of the rail infrastructures of the dry port of Cervignano, always keeping in mind the need to optimize operations to ensure high-quality services.
Trieste Marine Terminal is member of T.O. Delta Group, one of the most important logistics and transport operator in the Italian market, with worldwide investments in marine and intermodal terminals, shipping and trucking companies and international freight forwarding companies. Since 2004, T.O.Delta is a shareholder of Trieste Marine Terminal (TMT), the container terminal of the Port of Trieste.
Source: Trieste Marine Terminal
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