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

02 April 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 05:51 GMT+2

free news
Sched Netweb site
MAY 16, 2016
  • US tells WTO China unfairly discriminates against American chicken
  • India's trade gap with China widens, Indian Parliament told
  • Europe's biggest temp controlled warehouse opens at London's Tilbury Dock
  • Textainer approves dividend despite US$3.39 million quarterly loss
  • Ankara outlaws anti-competitive action among shipping agents
  • China's export market for goods remained lacklustre in April
  • Wreck removal big money for salvors, but also needed to stop pollution
  • Boeing mulls price cuts as cost cutting czar becomes new CEO
  • Amazon signs deal with Atlas Air to gain more control over deliveries
  • ATSG reports on first-quarter upturn and positive Amazon effect
  • Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta aims to be major cargo airport

free news
Exim Indiaweb site
MAY 15, 2016
  • Chipolbrok's new design, state-of-art heavy lift vessel makes maiden call at Mumbai Port
  • Directorate-General of Shipping issues M. S. Notice on guidelines for implementing amendments to Regulation 2 of Chapter - VI of the SOLAS Convention entering into force with effect from July 1, 201 6...
  • Indian vessel under UN sanctions for carrying disputed Libyan oil freed
  • London P&I Club reports increased free reserves
  • MOL, NYK, "K" Line, Hanjin, Hapag-Lloyd & Yang Ming to create a new partnership - 'THE Alliance'
  • Need for monitoring & regulating liner alliances, mergers & acquisitions stressed
  • Coal imports down in April
  • Chennai Port Chairman holds interaction to boost automobile cargo handling
  • Major Ports handle less iron ore in 2015-16
  • Paradip Port sets new coal handling record
  • India's 2015-16 merchandise exports end up at a lower $ 261.14 bn
  • CII School of Logistics established
  • Gamesa reinforces manufacturing base in India with new windmill blade factory

free news
International Transport Journalweb site
MAY 16, 2016
  • Another record year on the radar Aviation
  • Leman publishes annual report
  • Giant telescopic crane for windfarm services

free news
IHS Maritimeweb site
MAY 13, 2016
  • IMO takes giant step into vessel construction oversight
  • UN lifts sanction oil tanker carrying disputed Libyan oil
  • No plan to divest business units in near term, says MISC
  • HHI considers selling HI Investment & Securities
  • Wee Tiong denies talks to acquire bunker supplier Searights
  • Dry bulk rates squeeze Australian grain exports
  • Hapag-Lloyd back in the red
  • Vietnam arrests seven suspects for ship's petty theft
  • Hanjin, Hapag, and Yang Ming ally with Japan's Big Three
  • HMM: Plans to join THE Alliance delayed by liquidity issue
  • ICTSI books 22% drop in profit on 4% rise in throughput
  • Dalian port customs inspection fees paid by government
  • Slumping stocks hold back tanker consolidation
  • Hutchison will offer container weighing services at majority of terminals
  • Sainty Marine loses order of two woodchip carriers

free news
The Loadstarweb site
MAY 13, 2016
  • Six carriers sign five-year agreement to form new alliance - but Hyundai must wait to join
  • Fishy tales: how a barrel of oil and a side of salmon are connected
  • Recovery in the second half, says 'optimistic' Hapag-Lloyd after disappointing Q1
  • Analysis: redundancies at DSV still inevitable, despite decent trading update
  • 'We don't talk anymore' - where is the UK's air cargo community?
  • CMA CGM Benjamin Franklin pulled from transpacific, ending US west coast ports' mega-ship plans
  • Air freight chief Tim Scharwath to leave Kuehne + Nagel
  • €125m Euromax deal buys Cosco Pacific a foothold in the port of Rotterdam

free news
Marine Logweb site
MAY 13, 2016
  • Vane Brothers adds to its fleet
  • Vard signs LOI for two more expedition cruise ships
  • VIDEO: Membrane scrubber breakthrough

free news
World Wide Shipperweb site
MAY 13, 2016
  • Carriers announce formation of new shipping alliance
  • Federal Maritime Commission nets $840,000 in civil penalties
  • Gener8 Maritime adding 'Eco' tanker ANDRIOTIS
  • Ceremony marks keel laying for new ferry SUQUAMISH
  • Port of Los Angeles releases cargo volume numbers for April

news on subscription
Lloyd's Listweb site
MAY 13, 2016
  • Ship Finance sells VLCC Front Vanguard
    Vessel will cease operating as conventional tanker
  • APMT prepares for 20,000 teu ships on Pacific
    Cranes to be raised at LA Pier 400 terminal that will enable facility to handle fully laden ULCs
  • Capes push lower
    But signs appear of a second wind after two weeks of declines
  • VLGC rate rise belies underlying stagnation
    Lower free-on-board cargo prices would spur more trading
  • Taiwanese shipping lines report weak first-quarter results
    Evergreen Marine incurs loss, Wan Hai profit slumps
  • Sentiment defies logic in product tankers
    Fundamentals are robust, yet freight rates are uninspiring
  • OW Bunker Supreme Court judgment is only the beginning
    UK court's ruling favours bunker suppliers, holding that the contract was not one that fell within the definition of the Sale of Goods Act of a contract of sale
  • Data Hub: World Fleet Update
    Scrapping and lay-up begin to rise as low demand sees fewer ships in active service
  • OW Bunker judgment: so what do 'sui generis' and 'timeously' even mean, anyway?
    A Lloyd's List handy guide to the Supreme Court decision, unpacked in plain words for readers' benefit
  • Calcium hypochlorite shippers given fresh guidelines
    Container lines and insurers aim to improve safety for fire-risk cargo
  • Show me the money: Korean container carriers in crisis
    Few options remain for what could be the first major casualties of box shipping
  • Kim Heng Offshore inks pact with Iran Marine Fund
    Company to invest up to $454m in Iranian maritime projects
  • Shipping revenues tumble 20% at Wilh. Wilhelmsen group
    One-off logistics gain props up profit as car volumes drop substantially
  • Maersk to recycle first two vessels in Alang
    Vessels to be recycled at Shree Ram yard certified to Hong Kong Convention standards
  • Safmarine Meru reaches Ningbo
    Last fires extinguished as damaged vessel is towed to safety
  • VLCCs likely to start calling at Chinese oil terminal in Myanmar this year
    CNPC has built 12-tank crude storage alongside port in western Myanmar
  • Container spot rates continue to slide
    No relief for box lines as rates fall back gradually from May GRIs
  • Awilco LNG blames loss on low utilisation and rates
    The gas carrier owner has sufficient cashflow to fund 2016
  • OW Bunker: Cartesian fuelism
    The odds may be long, but will Petros Pappas continue litigation in what is probably the most significant shipping legal case for many years?
  • HMM counts on joining THE Alliance once it stabilises business
    HMM says joining THE Alliance is 'only a matter of time'
  • ASL Marine wins $113m worth of new contracts
    Contracts awarded by repeat customers in Asia, Middle East, USA and Europe
  • Offshore weakness drags Swissco into first-quarter net loss
    No revenue contributions to drilling segment for the quarter
  • Hapag-Lloyd and Asian lines form six-member alliance
    Update: HMM set to join THE Alliance when its business is "normalised"
  • Scorpio Bulkers amends credit facilities
    Company made loan prepayments as part of agreement
  • Fincantieri returns to profit in first quarter on foreign exchange gains
    Shipbuilding segment contributes lion's share of revenue

news on subscription
The Journal of Commerceweb site
MAY 13, 2016
  • NC's Wilmington port clarifies SOLAS weight policy
  • APL Logistics acquisition lifts Kintetsu revenue, sinks profit
  • Santos finally has go ahead for maintenance dredging
  • New Orleans port hopes to retain Chiquita cargo
  • US retail inventories climb higher, but sales rise, too
  • GRIs not enough to lift trans-Pacific, Asia-Europe spot rates
  • US looks to private sector for 100 percent scanning help
  • China Cosco, DEME form offshore wind joint venture
  • Bangladesh firm to unveil 1,000-ton floating crane
  • HMM says it will join new alliance after restructuring
  • DSV overcomes losses at newly acquired UTi Worldwide
  • ICTSI profit drops despite throughput rise
  • HPH to weigh boxes at most of its terminals
  • HHLA container traffic down but says market bottoming out
  • Hapag-Lloyd sinks into the red
  • New alliance set to take on 2M, Ocean Alliance

news on subscription
TradeWindsweb site
MAY 13, 2016
  • Arctic cuts bets for LPG trio amid spot slump
    Lower freight rates lead analyst to reduce earnings estimates and price targets for Dorian, Aurora and BW LPG.
  • VLCC pair US-bound as fire uptick predicted
    Massive blazes in Canada take out 1.5 million barrels of oil per day, leading to potential lift for tankers.
  • Report: a steady course into a collision
    Transport Malta says Wilhelmsen car carrier and Bobae Shipping general cargoship were visible to each other for an hour before colliding.
  • Fredriksen companies confirm VLCC sale
    Ship Finance and Frontline say Front Vanguard expected to leave the market.
  • Peter Georgiopoulos: 'we would love to buy a big fleet'
    Gener8 chairman shows deals still in his DNA with second hand ships a better bet today.
  • Wan Hai Lines posts slim Q1 profit
    Taiwanese container line's earnings dwindle as revenue falls.
  • Tufton tipped for chemical tanker deal
    UK-based firm understood to have bought ship from Team Tankers.
  • Toei Reefer Line posts smaller profit
    Japanese owner sees revenue eroded in year to end-March.
  • Topaz with reasons to smile after big deals
    Rene Kofod-Olsen praises his company's preparation to tackle the crisis.
  • Samsung banks $32m from asset sale
    Korean shipbuilder says it has offloaded stake in Doosan Engine.
  • Vard scores second cruiseship contract
    Diversification continues for Singapore-quoted shipbuilder.
  • ICG lifts revenue 7% as volumes rise
    Irish ferry and boxship group also cuts back debt in first four months.
  • Awilco LNG loss reduced a fraction
    Norwegian owner still seeking work for two laid-up LNG carriers as revenues slump.
  • Maersk Line sisters heading to Alang
    Danish owner commits first two vessels to breakers' yard in India.
  • Bonheur sees profit cut as revenue falls
    Fred Olsen holding company weaker in Q1 as cruise earnings drop.
  • Hyundai Heavy 'submits self-help plan'
    Korean yard reportedly hands over details of asset sales to creditors.
  • Treasure awaits after WW earnings miss
    Analysts see buying window ahead of spin-off after weak first quarter results.
  • Concordia Maritime settles Hudson legal battle
    Payment of $9.25m ends arbitration fight stemming from 2012 incident.
  • Evergreen posts $140m loss in Q1
    Taiwanese container line saw operating costs outstrip revenue in first three months.
  • Hapag-Lloyd turns red in first quarter
    Chief executive Rolf Habben Jansen notes positive operating numbers in opening three months of 2016.
  • HMM 'certain' of joining new boxship alliance
    Entry only a matter of time once restructuring is complete, Korean owner says.
  • 'Third force' formed in liner shipping
    MOL, NYK, Hanjin, Hapag-Lloyd, K Line and Yang Ming teaming up to rival Ocean Alliance and 2M.
  • ASL Marine snares SGD 156m of new deals
    Singapore offshore company says it has won orders, but details were few and far between.
  • Kim Heng looks to tap into Iran offshore sector
    Singapore-listed company looking to provide technical expertise and financing as Iran rebuilds.
  • Global oil output shrank in April, says IEA
    Increases by Iran, Iraq and UAE help offset non-OPEC output decline to lift global supply.
  • Ultrapetrol sees first quarter losses more than triple
    Offshore vessel and tanker owner starts the year off in the red as all three divisions see weaker numbers.
  • Hornbeck files string of suits against BP
    Keeping prior claims alive, at least eight lawsuits filed over impact of Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

news on subscription
American Shipperweb site
MAY 13, 2016
  • Six ocean carriers to launch 'THE Alliance' in April 2017
  • STIHL to avoid ports that aren't 'VGM friendly'
  • Hapag-Lloyd reports net loss of 42.8m euros in Q1
  • Froman: U.S. eyeing next step in Africa trade relations
  • APMT to enlarge 10 cranes at Pier 400 in Los Angeles
  • Port of Virginia reports modest container growth in April
  • FMC collects $840,000 in OTI penalties
  • Intermodal rate slide hits 16th month in April
  • Truckload rates show negative growth again in April
  • SCFI declines for second straight week
  • NEWS FLASH: 'THE Alliance' to commence operations in 2017
  • Report: Portland's Wyatt doesn't expect container service to return 'for a while'
  • Port of Los Angeles sees inbound container volumes rise 4.7% in April
  • Wal-Mart takes aim at Amazon with two-day delivery service
  • SingPost reports record profits in fiscal 2015/16

news on subscription
The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MAY 13, 2016
  • Turkish bunker company CYE Petrol adds mass flow meters to fleet
    MFM good for bunkering and shipping.
  • South Korean bunker fuel prices seen easing on rising supplies
    Ending bullish run that boosted prices for about a month
  • Titan LNG conducts first ship-to-ship de-bunkering
    Feedback on LNG pressure, flow rate helped make it a success.
  • Rotterdam HSFO barges rise over $200/mt for first time since Nov
    The Rotterdam fuel oil market has also found support from steady fixtures to Asia.

PSA Genova Pra' csteinweg

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