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CMA CGM moves to Augusta port in Sicily

CMA CGM Group has announced it will move its activities from the Italian terminal in Catania, Sicily to the nearby port of Augusta, as the local Port Authority, covering Catania, Augusta and Pozallo, has decided to terminate container activity at the Catania terminal and relocate all activity for all container carriers to their terminal at Augusta.

This transition will be effective at the end of March 2024.

CMA CGM said its final call on the TYRREX service in Catania is currently planned to be ensured by the boxship ARA Amsterdam on 14 March with future calls being scheduled in Augusta (location code ITAUG) which is located about 35 kilometres South of Catania on the motorway axis connecting the main Sicilian routes.

The new container terminal will offer an increased capacity as well as improved marine access and upgraded yard equipment, including an expanded reefer plug capacity, according to the French ocean carrier.

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