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    Welcome to the new Adriatic Gate Container Terminal web site! In line with our ongoing efforts to raise the level of service and ease of
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  • History of AGCT

    Adriatic Gate j.s.c. was founded on 11th September 2001 as a subsidiary company of Luka Rijeka dd. International Container Terminal Services Inc. ( ICTSI ) entered the
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    AGCT employs 143 employees of different qualifications
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    This procedure is intended for all foreign visitors, forwarding agents, external drivers, vendors, business partners, shipping agents etc. All visitors must have a permit to
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  • Go-rail – Go green

    Zagreb, June 14th - the "Go-rail - Go Green” project was presented at the Ministry of Maritime Affairs, Transport and Infrastructure "Go-rail - Go Green" project is co-financed
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Adriatic Gate Container Terminal

provides marine container terminal services related primarily to container yard activities
but also provides CFS depot and auxiliary services. All services are related to containers and cargo transported in containers such as:

  • Container loading and discharging from vessel
  • Container receipt and delivery from trucks
  • Container receipt and delivery from rail
  • Cargo stripping and stuffing
  • Assistance during customs inspection, sealing
  • Cargo warehousing

This document describes operations processes implemented at AGCT which contributes to our goal to give our

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News

  • AGCT turns three!
    AGCT turns three! Rijeka, 15.04.2014 Today AGTC celebrates its third anniversary! Exactly three years have passed since International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI), a global company which is in the business of acquiring, developing, managing and operating container ports and terminals worldwide, has entered the ownership structure of Adriatic Gate j.s.c., taking over 51% of the shares from Port of Rijeka j.s.c.. Since then, there were numerous changes on the terminal – the quay wall was extended from 300 m to 628m so the terminal got a new berth with depth of more than 14m, allowing berthing of the largest container ships that…
    Written on Tuesday, 15 April 2014 09:56
  • BJORG – calling Rijeka for the first time
    BJORG – calling Rijeka for the first time Rijeka, 11.04.2014. Today at 14:30 the container vessel BJORG was berthed at AGCT. Bjorg is the first vessel to call Rijeka in the recently announced new X-Press Adriatic feeder. This is a new common feeder service connecting the hubs of Algeciras and Marsaxlokk to five Adriatic ports. The service, branded 'Algeciras-Adriatic X-Press' (AAX), will turn in three weeks with three ships of 800-1,000 teu, with the following rotation: Algeciras (APM Terminal), Marsaxlokk, Rijeka, Koper, Venice, Ravenna, Ancona, Marsaxlokk, Algeciras.
    Written on Friday, 11 April 2014 14:22
  • AGCT at the business conference TIL 2014
    AGCT at the business conference TIL 2014 Belgrade, 10.04.2014. Business Conference „Transport & Logistics of South East Europe and Danube Region – TIL 2014” was held yesterday at the Sava Centre in Belgrade, Serbia. One day conference ' TIL 2014 " brought together more than 400 participants in order to identify available resources , identify problems and propose constructive solutions , finding the optimal business model in order to encourage quality and permanently connect all members of the logistics chain. All this leads to realization of benefits, savings in transportation and logistics of SEE and the Danube region. Through B2B meetings participants were provided with greater exposure…
    Written on Friday, 11 April 2014 14:17
  • X-Press launches Adriatic feeder
    X-Press launches Adriatic feeder X-Press Feeders is to launch a new common feeder service connecting the hubs of Algeciras and Marsaxlokk to five Adriatic ports. The service, branded 'Algeciras-Adriatic X-Press' (AAX), will turn in three weeks with three ships of 800-1,000 teu, with the following rotation: Algeciras (APM Terminal), Marsaxlokk, Rijeka, Koper, Venice, Ravenna, Ancona, Marsaxlokk, Algeciras. The service will encompass the existing Marsaxlokk-Adriatic service (IAX), with the first sailing is planned from Algeciras on 4 April with the 868 teu BJORG. Source: © Copyright Alphaliner 1999-2014
    Written on Tuesday, 01 April 2014 13:57
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The entry procedure for the container terminal

image This procedure is intended for all foreign visitors forwarders, external drivers, suppliers, business partners, shipping agents, etc. All visitors must have a ...

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Jobs at AGCT

Adriatic Gate Container Terminal

jobsemploys 143 employees of different qualifications, professional qualifications and profiles. 52% of our employees aged between 20 and 40 years ...

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