Over 120 people reresenting the main Shipping Lines, freight forwarders and logistics operators working in Bavaria and Baden Wurttemberg partecipated last thurday to the T.O.Delta, TMT and RCA's event in Munich.

With vessels between 5.300 and 6.300 teu capacity, the new direct service operated by Evergreen Line will call Trieste with effect from May 14th 2012.
Together with the taiwanese line, other Shipping Companies will join this new oceanic service: Hanjin, Yang Ming and MOL.
With this new direct link to/from Far East, operators can rely on an additional important option to link the Adriatic Sea with China, Korea , Japan and other main areas in Far East and Middle East.

With effect from February 22nd, a new rail connection will connect Trieste with the area of ULM - Germany. The weekly train will reach Giengen terminal with a capacity of 72 teu and a transit time of 16 hours.

The Giengen train will be added to the already running weekly connection to Ulm terminal Dornstadt.

Updated train timetables are available at the intermodal section of this web site.

393.193 teus handled in 2011 is the new record ever for the containers moved at the Port of Trieste. The 2011 traffic growth reads + 39,61% in teu and + 41,59% in cntrs compared to 2010 volumes. The increase compared to the former record of 2008 is + 16,23 %  in teu and + 15,8% in cntr.

The first direct trains of the new rail services joinly operated by Rail Cargo Austria and TMT (T.O.Delta Group) for Munich and Ulm successfully departed from Trieste on January th10 and 11th.
The TMT-RCA's connection with South Germany deploys 5 trains per week to Munich and 1-2 trains per week to Ulm guaranteeing the shortest possible transit time from the Port to inland terminals (11 hours to Munich and 13 hours to Ulm).

TMT's partecipation to the Logitrans Istanbul recorded a pic of interest on Friday 9th, when a wide attendance to the TMT, MSC and INCI Lojistik 's event has been recorded.
The joint presentation carried out by the three Companies at the Port of Trieste's stand has been the occasion to introduce the latest news about Trieste Marine Terminal and the new services the Lines will deploy from Turkey to Trieste.

Trieste Marine Terminal, together with the Trieste Port Authority, the Trieste Chamber of Commerce and other port operators will attend the Logitrans Istanbul on December 8th-10th 2011.

During the Fair, on december 9th (from 11.00h) a presentation of the Port of Trieste will be held and all the latest information about Trieste Marine Terminal will be provided to the Turkish market .

We will be at Hall 9, stand 312 at the Logitrans Istanbul !

A Port of Trieste’s delegation (Trieste Port Authority, Trieste Marine Terminal and the Trieste Chamber of Commerce) met Korean operators, importers, exporters and freight forwarders Associations and Shipping Lines last week in Seoul. B2B meetings and a general workshop have been organized to present to the Korean market the latest news about the container terminal of Trieste and the Trieste Port developments plan.

The first vessel of the new direct service linking Izmir (Turkey) and Trieste called TMT on wednesday 5th of October.
The service, operated by INCI Lojistik, is performed on weekly basis with the vessel Maria Schepers calling Trieste every wednesday.

With 40.338 teu moved, August 2011 is the best month ever in the Trieste's container terminal history.
Full import and transhipment cntr handlings drive the growth bringing the total moves from January to August at 250.475 teu, plus 29,75% compared to same period of 2010. Details of the monthly performances are available in the "statistics" section of this web site.