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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 by the European Marco Polo II program which aims to increase the share of intermodal transport and reducing the burden of road traffic and its negative impact on the environment by directing traffic from road to rail, sea and inland waterways. Through this project, launched in January 2013 the EU funds will subsidize the cost of container transport by train up to 30% in order to divert freight from road to the environmentally more acceptable and in the long term more sustainable transport by rail. The research of the Faculty of Transport…
Wednesday, 26 June 2013 06:30

Dan Otvorenih vrata Jadranskih vrata

Pozivamo Vas da nam se pridružite ove subote 25.05.2013. na novom (istočnom) dijelu kontejnerskog terminala Brajdica u terminu od 10-12 h. Naime, Jadranska vrata (AGCT) ove subote, u razdoblju od 10-12h otvaraju svoja vrata za građanstvo te ćete tako imati jedinstvenu priliku kročiti novoizgrađenim dijelom kontejnerskog terminala na Brajdici i izbliza vidjeti novu opremu za pretovar kontejnera! Kao što zasigurno već znate, na novom dijelu obale na kontejnerskom terminalu Brajdica trenutno je privezan brod Zhen Hua 20, koji je iz sjedišta svjetskog proizvođača opreme za pretovar kontejnera tvrtke ZPMC do Rijeke preveo novu opremu za pretvor na kontejnerskom terminalu Brajdica. Radi se o 6 već iskrcanih RTG-a (kontejnerskih mostova za manipulaciju kontejnerima na skladišnom prostoru), dvije obalne kontejnerske Post-Panamax dizalice…
The vessel carrying the new 23 million € equipment for AGCT sailed in Rijeka Rijeka, May 20th 2013 - a cargo ship from China, Shanghai berthed at the container terminal in Brajdica, Rijeka, carrying valuable equipment that will allow the port of Rijeka to become one of the most competitive container ports on the Adriatic. The new equipment has arrived just as the construction works on the expansion of the quay and yard have been completed. AGCT has thus received an additional 320 m of quay and new storage area which has doubled the capacity of the terminal. The depth alongside the new quay is in excess of 14 m allowing AGCT to berth the largest vessels sailing the Mediterranean;…
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