With 47.044 teu, July 2015 becomes the best month in terms of volumes moved at TMT ever since.
During the first 7 months of 2015, TMT moved a total of 261.970 teu, still slightly less than during the same period of 2014.
July signals, as well as the first part of August 2015 are anyway encouraging, showing a growing trend compared to the first part of 2015.
Further details are available in the statistics section of this internet site.


A new direct intermodal connection has been established between Trieste Marine Terminal and Budapest Bilk. The rail link is designed to enhance the intermodal network from/to Trieste, offering the best possible transit times and connections from/to Hungary to the direct oceanic services currently calling Trieste. 

Trieste Marine Terminal, together with the Port Authority of Trieste and other port terminals and logistic operators forming the intermodal and logistic system of Friuli Venezia Giulia, is going to attend the Transport Logistics trade show in Munich.

From May 5th to May 8th a delegation of TMT representatives is at your full disposal at our stand in hall B3, 103/204, to provide information about latest news, planned investments of the terminal, direct maritime services, possible inland solutions and improved business opportunities via Trieste. 

Trieste Marine Terminal, together with the Trieste Port Authority and a delegation of other port operators, is going to attend the 20th International Exhibition for Transport and Logistics Services and Technologies “TransRussia” in Moscow from April 21st -24th 2015.

TransRussia is the largest international transport, logistics and Supply Chain Management exhibition in Russia and the CIS countries, gathering this year the community of leading transport and logistics professionals from 495 companies and 29 countries.

On April 17th in occasion of the Praha-Trieste cultural days, Trieste Marine Terminal will be in Prague with the Port Authority, terminal operators and freight forwarders.
The event will begin at 10.00 and will be held at the Italian Cultural Institute in Prague under the organization of the Prague and Trieste Freight Forwarders Associations. The guests  will have the chance to be reported about the latest investments, shipping and possible inland options for the Czech Republic market via Trieste. 
Here below the program of the event:

The current shipping industry situation and the necessity to obtain the economy of scale brought the Shipping Lines to the inevitable creation of large-scale alliances: 2M and Ocean3 have been set up, whilst Evergreen strengthened the collaboration with CKYH creating CKYHE.

On Wednesday 18th , with the arrival of the first mega- containership at Molo VII, the 2M service has been launched. Yesterday, the mega-containership has been welcomed by the local authorities, the TMT management and Maersk’s delegates. 
With a total carrying capacity of 116,100 tonnes DWT, 367 meters in length and carrying capacity of 10,100 TEUs, Gerda Maersk is the largest containership ever to call in the Adriatic Sea. The above-mentioned service will weekly involve Trieste, reinforcing the Far East direct service already available via Trieste.

Shipping Industry recent “revolution” brought to the creation of new strategic Alliances among the Shipping Lines: 2M and Ocean3 have been set up whilst Evergreen strengthened the collaboration with CKYH creating CKYHE.
With effect from the third week of February, 2M, O3 and Evergreen Alliances will all serve Trieste with Oceanic vessels able to offer to Italian, Austrian, German, Hungarian and other central and eastern European customers a wide, fast and reliable range of oversea origins and destinations.

With effect from February 18th, a new Logtainer operated intermodal connection will link Trieste Marine Terminal with Bologna (Interporto) three times per week.
Trains will run on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, leaving Trieste in the evening and reaching Bologna in 6 hours.
From Bologna the trains will depart on Monday, Wednesday and Friday to reach TMT around 7 hours later.

With 476.507 teu, TMT closed 2014 recording the highest volumes moved in Trieste ever since.
Export volume growth boost this fairly positive result, whilst import cargo remained basically unchanged compared to 2013.
During 2014, the 30 % of the import/export traffic to/from Trieste has been moved via rail. 
Detailed data are available on the Statistics section of this internet site.