Monfalcone strategic regional transport policy: working to improve access to the Port and to eliminate "bottlenecks"

MONFALCONE - Monfalcone, with its freight demands, is at the centre of discussions within the transport policy of the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region. As stated last night in Monfalcone the Regional Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, Mariagrazia Santoro, intervened (along with the director of Trenitalia for Friuli Venezia Giulia, Simone Gorini and the Head of the Turin-Trieste railway network of Italy, Giorgio Botti) by the Special Commission for suburban rail transport and sustainable mobility for the suburban municipality of Monfalcone.

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Port of Monfalcone Ready to Increase The Depth of the Port Channel

MONFALCONE - The ministries of cultural assets, tourism and environment, have signed an agreement to allow the increase in depth of the Monfalcone port channel, yesterday in Rome.

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The Port Authority discusses the hypotheses for new developments in rail connections at the 20th meeting of “Transrussia”

TRIESTE – Institutional meetings, evaluation of new markets and the hypotheses of developing the rail connections in the North Adriatic area, are part of the marketing plan of the Port Authority of Trieste.

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Two Plans to speed up the excavations of the sea floor in Monfalcone

MONFALCONE – Two plans are being considered simultaneously to find the best solution for the sea floor of the Port of Monfalcone.

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Napa's precidency assigned to Trieste, the ports of Monfalcone and Chioggia join the association

TRIESTE – Today, during the General assembly meeting of NAPA (North Adriatic Ports Association), the presidents reaffirmed the intention to continue common activities focused mainly on promotional and institutional field.

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Monfalcone, two marine enginges bound for a shipyard in Shanghai

MONFALCONE – Two marine engines bound for a ship yard in Shanghai, in China, have been discharged and reloaded from a barge coming from the Trieste canal in the morning.

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