ShipStore web site ShipStore advertising
testata inforMARE
ShipStore web site ShipStore advertising

01 October 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 14:12 GMT+2

free news
The Business Timesweb site
JULY 3, 2009
Shipping News
  • Baltic Exchange moves to boost derivatives trading
    The Baltic Exchange said on Wednesday it had changed the way its chief sea freight index was calculated in a move aimed at boosting freight derivatives trading.
  • AP Moller-Maersk sees stagnation in 2010
    AP Moller-Maersk's liner shipping business expects stagnation at best in the industry next year but will not cut freight rates to win more market share, the head of the division told a German newspaper.

free news
Sched Netweb site
JULY 3, 2009
  • Coscon, combines with Evergreen, hikes charges throughout global network
  • CMA CGM, CSAV and CSCL combine services in Asia to Mexico-Caribbean loop
  • Fujian to offer preferential policies to win Taiwan trade
  • Shandong provincial port volume up 6pc in first five months
  • Port of Dandong throughput increases by 23.7pc
  • US truck volume increased 3.2pc in May over April
  • Despite US and EU criticism, ESC rejects Rotterdam Rules
  • Toll to manage Gorgon's Barrow Island hub
  • Container housing viewed as unsightly by town planners
  • Impatex unveils ICE product for European exports
  • UPS to set up Dubai JV to service Mideast, Central Asia
  • Asian air freight airlines see 2.5pc growth in May from April
  • SIA Cargo loses US$169 million, depresses group profit 57pc
  • DHL-Lufthansa's AeroLogic takes flight despite darkening skies
  • South Africa now fully enforces air cargo security rules

free news
Exim Indiaweb site
JULY 3, 2009
  • Plan to sell 15 pc SCI stake may be revived
  • Balmer Lawrie & Co. successfully executes mega project cargo
  • Bhutan opens door wider for Indian investments
  • Private trade may export 13 lakh tonnes of wheat products
  • 'Chronic congestion' at JNP not true-Hussain
  • Vasan visits Tuticorin Port, spells out NMDP programmes
  • ...releases IMU's CET merit list for academic year 2009
  • Gammon-led consortium to build ore berth at Paradip Port
  • Subhash Kumar assumes charge as acting Chairman of ChPT
  • Exports dip for 8th month in a row
  • Govt pins 7 pc growth hopes on H2
  • Economic Survey calls for sweeping reforms
  • RBI allows exporters repatriation of proceeds for another year
  • Textile Ministry seeks Rs 3,500 cr. TUFS allocation
  • India not to accept emission cut targets
  • L. Murugappan assumes charge as IFFCO Kandla head

free news
Marine Logweb site
JULY 2, 2009
  • Oceanic cleared to depart New York
  • Passengers injured in Staten Island ferry incident
  • Bender Shipbuilding now in Chapter 11 bankruptcy

news on subscription
Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 2, 2009
  • VLGC owners issue rate warning
    BW Gas and Maersk Tankers refuse to charter out ships until rates match up to operating costs.
  • VLGC rates hit loss-making levels as spot fixtures tail off
  • Queen Mary 2 defendants get suspended sentences
    FRENCH appeal court has imposed suspended prison sentences on the four individuals.
  • Pacific freight rates hit new lows
    TRANSPACIFIC freight rates continue to weaken, with the spot market hitting new lows.

news on subscription
Fairplayweb site
JULY 2, 2009
  • Danaos nets covenant waivers
    DANAOS has obtained waivers through 31 January 2010 for more than $900M in debt obligations
  • Three's a partnership in boxes
    FRANCE'S box giant CMA CGM told Fairplay today it is teaming up with Chile's CSAV and China's CSCL on some direct shipping routes
  • Chinese yards squeezed
    CHINESE shipbuilding is reeling, with pressure coming from three directions
  • Bender gains bankruptcy shield
    ALABAMA'S Bender Shipbuilding & Repair has been granted Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection
  • Greenest of newbuildings
    GREENPEACE signed a €23M ($32.2M) contract today for a new flagship protest vessel with the German yard Fassmer
  • Liberia law adds eligibility
    UNDER Liberia's new Insolvency of Foreign Mortgagee Act, Liberia-registered ship mortgages are now eligible as underlying security for German Schiffspfandbrief bond certificates
  • Counting costs of US air proposal
    US REGULATORS are considering tougher air rules that could jack up operating costs for US-flagged ships

news on subscription
The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 2, 2009
  • CMA CGM Sets Joint Loop with CSAV, CSCL
  • Landstar Buys Supply Chain Software Companies
  • Northwest Ports Work Together to Clear the Air
  • Hours Rule Change Pits Railroads Against Unions
  • Teamster, YRC Talks to Resume
  • Brazil, China Increase Trade
  • Shipments Index Grows for Second Straight Month
  • EPA Proposes Vessel Emission Standards
  • Geodis to Acquire Cool Jet
  • WTO Report Urges Action on Trade Financing
  • Pacer Negotiates Credit Waiver
  • Minnesota Trucker Shuts Down
  • Factory Shipments, Inventories Fell in May
  • Source Logistics Secures Expansion Capital
  • UK Scraps Royal Mail Privatization
  • Danaos Gets Waivers on $908M in Loans
  • Court Clears California Rule on Ocean Vessel Fuel
  • Solar-Pushed NYK Ship Arrives at Long Beach

free news
Containerisation Internationalweb site
JULY 2, 2009
  • Seatrade adds MAGNUM units
  • New Eimskip emerges from the ashes
  • Panama Canal readies for new bids process

news on subscription
TradeWindsweb site
JULY 2, 2009
  • Top to seek cash
    US-listed tanker and bulker owner forges deal to potentially sell $200m in new shares to Yorkville Advisors.
  • Casualty file
    Two ships freed by pirates and two collide off Turkey in this week's WebTV smash-up roundup.
  • Ship sales slip
    After hitting an eight-month high in May, a drop in tanker sales push second-hand ship deals to fall in June.
  • One lost in fire
    Crewman missing after Italian-controlled chemical tanker suffers explosion off the Netherlands.
  • Metrostar sells
    Greek owner offloads tanker brace on order at Hyundai Heavy Industries.
  • Selling to buy
    Arison-led Carnival issues $660m worth of its London shares to buy up its New York-listed shares.
  • STX's Brazil hope
    STX Corp's Kang Duk-soo expects the company's shipyards to win some of Petrobras' offshore orders.
  • Hybrid warrior
    Greenpeace pens its first newbuilding, which will have both sails and diesel-electric engines.
  • Exodus continues
    Danish owner J Lauritzen continues handysize selling spree with exit of the Sendai Bulker.
  • Raining rupees
    India to pump INR 33.2bn into six new port projects for bulkers and boxships.
  • B+H in default
    US shipowner expecting a "going concern" statement and is negotiating with banks after declining ship value lead to loan defaults.
  • Nissen offloads
    Japanese owner pockets reported $26.5m for 2002-built supramax.
  • Full story?
    Qatar's Qinvest says it's only an adviser for unnamed clients buying Poland's Gdynia and Szczecin yards.
  • Stolt stronger
    Improved showing from all of its units lifts second quarter profit by 92% at Oslo-listed Stolt-Nielsen.
  • CECO safer
    Axel Eitzen-led owner wins covenant waiver from lenders until 1 October to prepare long-term financial plan.
  • No pushing
    UK ports operator ABP bars tugs from pushing up on sterns of ro-ros following accident at Hull.
  • Lucky escape
    Crew sleeping on dredger were "extremely fortunate" it rolled to port after developing leak at UK berth, report says.
  • Late arrival
    Deep Cygnus is finally free to join Volstad, two months after Trico abandoned the newbuilding.
  • Bender files
    US shipyard files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy amid $45m dispute with GulfMark, with 100 staff to be cut in switch to shiprepair.
  • Bond booster
    Dof Subsea completes $78m bond issue aimed at shoring up its balance sheet.
  • Kang confident
    STX Pan Ocean can remain in black this year despite exposure to troubled sectors, parent's chairman says.
  • Sberbank buys
    Russian lender takes 59% stake in Amur Shipbuilding ahead of transfer to state control.
  • More for Maersk
    Eivind Kolding says Danish line may be able to push container rates up in third quarter, but outlook bleak through 2010.
  • Astoria moving
    A cruise ship seized in Barcelona is on the move.
  • PCTC woes
    Exports of new and used cars out of Japan continue to remain weak according to latest industry figures.
  • Staten smash
    "Hard docking" injures 15 passengers on New York ferry Sen. John J. Marchi.
  • Paragon fixes two
    Michael Bodouroglou-led Paragon Shipping agrees charters on another two of its bulker fleet.
  • Dalrymple done
    Project to expand Aussie coal terminal completed: but eye already on further expansion plans.
  • SeaDragon back
    Rig owner exercises option to have second semi-submersible rig outfitted at SembCorp Marine.

news on subscription
American Shipperweb site
JULY 2, 2009
  • DHS ready to pre-clear flights from Ireland
  • Amerijet invests in U.S. trucking firm
  • AirBridgeCargo adds Milan/Moscow freighter
  • NAFTA surface trade drops 33% in April
  • Purolator USA opens New York facility
  • GE hires Fuchs as trade attorney
  • Binkhorst joins GIL advisory board
  • Northwest ports release clean air plan
  • S&P downgrades DP World, JAFZA ratings
  • Ceres, Ports America compete for Seagirt

news on subscription
The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
JULY 2, 2009
  • Pilot project in the Baltic Sea
    In 2009, the EU Commission plans to establish a project with a value of EUR 2 million in order to "Cut sulphur emissions and nitrogen oxides in the Baltic Sea Read more
  • GC Rieber cancels newbuilding
    Norwegian GC Rieber Shipping has cancelled an offshore vessel, newbuilding no. 7037, due to delays. The vessel was ordered in May 2008 by Polar Marine I Pte Ltd, a 51 Read more
  • Eimskip taken over by creditors
    The struggling Icelandic shipping company Eimskip has launched a financial re-organisation plan. The plan proposes to create a new and strong shipping and logistics business and to leave the Read more
  • Eitzen gets loan respite
    The Norwegian shipping company Camillo Eitzen & Co has been granted a respite for its loans with several banks. The banks will, among other things, alleviate the loan conditions until October

news on subscription
The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 2, 2009
  • PMSA concerned over patchwork regulations
    Calls for international standards to bring 'meaningful emission reductions'.
  • North European bunker prices continue to fall
    Meanwhile, bunker prices firm in South Europe.
  • Schwarzenegger applauds low-sulphur regulations
    California governor says air quality will improve.
  • Hedging losses mount for tanker operator
    Stolt-Nielsen reports seven percent fall in bunker consumption.
  • Bunkers slide on lower oil prices
    Demand above average in Hong Kong and Busan.
  • DFDS vessel about to start scrubber sea trial
    Company hopes technology will help it stay competitive when ECA sulphur limit falls to 0.10%.
  • US sulphur regulations target suppliers and producers
    EPA proposing to 'forbid the production and sale' of high sulphur bunker fuel for use in ECAs.
  • Singapore residual fuel stocks dip
    Middle distillate stocks near nine-month high.
  • UBT promotes bunker traders in Singapore, HK
  • Bominflot appoints new head credit manager
    Paul Millar was previously from the maritime credit reporting industry.
  • OPEC June output up
    Crude exports said to have risen for third straight month, compliance with quotas slipping.
  • Chimbusco ends posted prices due to 'competition'
    Prices in Shanghai, Ningbo and Zhoushan will be 'subject to enquiry'.

PSA Genova Pra' Autorità di Sistema Portuale Mar Ligure Orientale

Search for hotel
Check-in date
Check-out date

Index Home Page Press Review

- Piazza Matteotti 1/3 - 16123 Genoa - ITALY
phone: +39.010.2462122, fax: +39.010.2516768, e-mail