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November 14, 2018

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Mission of the port of Trieste in Bavaria

Of Augustin: the giuliano port of call is "rail port of international relief" that it is proposed as logistic-harbour and industrial system of reference for the German market

A mission of the Authority of Harbour System of organized Mare Adriatico Orientale has been concluded today to Monk of Bavaria in order to consolidate the institutional and commercial ties of the port of Trieste with Bavaria and in order to illustrate the new railway investments and the new development plans of the giuliano harbour port of call. The event, organized from the AdSP in collaboration with the Chamber of Commerce Italian-German and the sponsorship of the Embassy of Italy to Berlin, has been carried out near the Alta Baviera and the Industry and Chamber of Commerce of Monk. To the evening they have assisted a hundred of hosts, between institutional, operating representatives of the field and journalists.

In occasion of the encounter the president of the AdSP, Zeno D' Augustin, has observed that, species now that Europe looks with attention to China and the project One Belt One Road, "Trieste becomes a hub privileged thanks to strategic a geographic position, natural backdrops in order to receive the great oceanic ships and directed every day railway connections in all Europe. "Rail port of international relief" - he has emphasized Of Augustin - than he proposes himself as logistic-harbour and industrial system of reference for the German market".

In its participation Of Augustin it has rimarcato also the great steps ahead and developments in the railway field in course to Trieste, with investments for about 110 million, let alone the strategicità that the port of call covers for the economy of the Region Friuli Venice Julia and for the Italian government. Regarding the railway relations, 30% of the trains of the giuliano port are directed towards Germany, while in the first semester of the year in course 1,467 they have been the trains involved on this director with an increase almost +12% regarding the first semester of 2017.

Launches the connections directed from Trieste to Germany: from the pier VII (Trieste Marine Terminal) they leave and they arrive six couples of trains weeklies magazine for Monk, two for Burghausen to the service of the Wacher Chemie, one of the greater industries chemistries of Bavaria, and two for the new destination of Giengen with a service not for long activated; from the pier YOU (Ekol) instead nine couples of trains for Colony, four for Ludwigshafen and three for Karlsruhe; at last from the terminal of Samer Seaports five they are the roundtrip for Monk, three for Ludwigshafen, four for Duisburg and two for Wörth.

Francesco Leone, economic councilman of the Embassy of Italy to Berlin, and Alessandro Marino, general secretary of the Chamber of Commerce Italian-German has opened the work evidencing the solid economic tie between Trieste and Bavaria and the role of the port to service of the markets of central Europe. Concepts resumed by Alessio Lilli, president of the Group TAL, that it manages the transalpine oil pipe-line and it in concrete terms testifies the historical tie that joins the giuliano port of call to Germany. If Trieste is the first port of Italy and first oil port of call of the Mediterranean - it is found - the merit is of SIOT, that it supplies 100% of the energy requirement of Bavaria and 40% of Germany, towards which is directed about 30 million crude oil per year.

The technical aspects of the commercial relations with Trieste are evidenced during the round table moderated by Gerhard Grünig, caporedattore of the magazine "VerkehrsRundschau", to which Daniel Jähn di Kombiverkehr, Sebastian Lechner (Association of the baveresi conveyors) and Alexander Goldemund have participated (Association of the spedizioneri Bavarians).

At last Karin Jäntschi-Haucke in representation of the Bavarian Ministry of Infrastructures and Transports, has illustrated the projects in course in order to return the connections between Italy and Germany more efficient through Brenner, rimarcando the competitive advantage of the adriatic route via Trieste regarding the ports of the Europe North, in terms of time and environmental safeguard. The evening has been concluded with a moment of networking dedicated to the operators triestine and Bavarians.

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