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Marghera

 

a seaport in Italy, the industrial region for the city of Venice; located on the mainland. Marghera is a railroad junction. The seaport is a shipbuilding center. Local industries include the production of alumina, aluminum, steel, rolled metal, steam boilers, railroad equipment, and precision instruments; chemical and oil-refining industries and large mills are located there.

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Another addition to the fleet, Costa Firenze, currently under construction at the Fincantieri shipyard in Marghera (Italy), will be deployed in Asia earlier than originally planned.
- Adjusted result of the Chemical business: loss of EUR 28 million in the second quarter (loss of EUR 74 million in the first half), negatively affected by scaling up production at the Priolo steam-cracker and an unplanned downtime at the Porto Marghera steam-cracker, while the chemicals scenario has remained weak, particularly in the elastomers segment due to a slowdown in the automotive sector.
Currently in the final stages of construction at the Fincantieri shipyard in Marghera, Italy, Carnival Panorama had a full contingent of officers, technicians and engineers on board who thoroughly tested the ships sophisticated technical, mechanical and navigation systems.
"Eni has already expressed interest in evaluating the "Waste to Hydrogen" project at its bio-refinery in Porto Marghera, Venice, and carried out a feasibility study in collaboration with NextChem.
The new ESAB automated cutting system is being commissioned for the panel line in the Marghera shipyard in Venice, Italy, where cruise ships are built.
Venice has drawn up new rules requiring big cruise ships to take a less glamorous route to the industrial port of Marghera, rather than passing by St.
While cruise ships above 96,000 tonnes are currently banned from the Venice lagoon, new regulations will let them dock at the industrial port of Marghera, following a route quite distant from Venice city centre.
Apart of the usual regular direct calls in Gemlik, Izmir/Gulluk, Monfalcone, Porto Marghera and Genoa to Chester, Port Everglades, New Orleans and Houston the service with immediate effect will also incorporate a direct call to Veracruz.
one of the greatest capitals in the medieval world'--they share their lagoon with Porto Marghera, roughly four miles away on the mainland.
The terminal will be built in an abandoned industrial area of Porto Marghera (formerly area of Syndial and Montefibre).
Meanwhile, Versalis and Elevance have also been collaborating for the implementation at the Versalis Porto Marghera site of a biorefinery based on Elevance proprietary technology of natural oils' metathesis with 1-butene.
Due luoghi del deambulare recente di Zanzotto indicano la parte emergente e quella sotterranea della morte ritualizzata in altrettante visioni dirette, diciamo di una passeggiata a piu ampio respiro, rappresentati e particolareggiatamente nella seconda sezione, "Tempo di roghi" (TP: 979-991), e nella successiva, "Fu Marghera?" (TP: 993-1014), che incrociano motivi analoghi, precedendo la vera e propria sezione del libro consacrata al tema, ovvero la quinta, "Isola dei morti--Sublimerie" (TP: 1057-1095).