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Zeno D’Agostino, Chair of the European Sea Ports Organisation visits Rijeka Gateway

Rijeka Gateway welcomed Mr. Zeno D’Agostino, Chair of the European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO) last month. During the visit, the team presented Rijeka Gateway’s plans for building the most modern, state-of-the-art, remote controlled container terminal in this part of Europe.

After a meeting with the Port of Rijeka Authority, Boštjan Napast, president of the Management board of ENNA together with Koen Benders, CEO and Chairman of the Management Board of Rijeka Gateway, Tomislav Žunić, CFO and Management Board Member of Rijeka Gateway and Razvan Oprisan, Head of Operations in Rijeka Gateway presented the future Rijeka Gateway terminal to Mr. D’Agostino and provided an overview of ongoing construction works, including the heritage protected Warehouse 22 , which will be the future company headquarters and intermodal yard.

“I am impressed by the port development and the growth of infrastructure in recent years, such as the new connecting road and the construction site for the new Rijeka Gateway container terminal.” Zeno D’Agostino pointed out during the visit.

Rijeka Gateway will be the first port on the Adriatic with remote-controlled, electric cranes. Our commitment extends towards being a responsible corporation and we also consider sustainability by implementing state-of-the-art technologies to minimize our carbon footprint, emphasized the Rijeka Gateway.

This is the largest investment in the history of the Port of Rijeka, which will create more than 300 jobs at the terminal itself. The container terminal will start operating in 2025.

Rijeka Gateway is one of 64 terminals operated by APM Terminals, and in collaboration with ENNA Logic, it creates a perfect fusion between international expertise and excellence, and, local know-how and knowledge.