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PRESS RELEASE

A record-breaking cargo project: two reactors weighing over 3,000 tonnes are dispatched, the largest ever loaded in the port of venice
Two hydrocracking reactors made by ATB Riva Calzoni have sailed on board the BigLift company’s Happy Star ship, with their destination the first private Nigerian refinery owned by Dangote Refining Ltd.

PRESS RELEASE
26/01/2018
Project cargo sailing from the Port of Venice to Oman

The Port of Venice has been confirmed once again as one of the Italian leading port for project cargo: three maxi boilers produced by Macchi - a Sofinter S.p.A. division – have just left from Multi Service Terminal to Sohar, Oman.

PRESS RELEASE
30/11/2017
The Port of Venice on a mission in Georgia

President Pino Musolino attending the Tbilisi Belt&Road Forum to strengthen institutional relationships along the Silk Road and create bilateral relationships with Georgian ports of Anaklia and Poti for commercial trades.

Bridging the World Since Forever

Announcements

Venice Port Health Office

YELLOW FEVER
Travel advice for travellers going to or returning from Brazil and other affected Countries.

Port Health Office

The new section about the Port Health Office is now available.

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1st Week of the Sea

The Port of Venice hosts the first “Settimana del Mare” (Week of the Sea), dedicated to the students of the “Sebastiano Venier” Transport and Logistics Institute.

EU Projects

Project cargo sailing from the Port of Venice to Oman

3 Macchi giant boilers of 400 tons each, left the Multi Service Terminal, this operation re-confirms the leading role of the Port of Venice on project cargo logistics and shipments

Scientific studies on cruiseship’s impact

EMERGENCIES

Emergencies: 041.533.4545

Harbourmaster: 1530

Firefighters: 115

Emergency medical services: 118

First Aid Marittima: 041.533.4739

First Aid Marghera: 041.533.4310

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES