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5 juin 2023 - Année XXVII
Journal indépendant d'économie et de politique des transports
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FORUM des opérateurs maritimes
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The Tanker market in 2000 (2)

The crude oil transport


Faced with such a radical reversal in transportation charges, and mindful of the painful experiences of the past (when rate increases rarely lasted long and gave rise to many undercutting operators), one is bound to ask "How long can this last?"

Despite the past frequently proving that any forecast is quickly overtaken by unforeseen events, several factors point to freight rates remaining favorable to shipowners over the next two to three years.

Recent events have brought tanker transport out from the shadows and cuts the limelight. After accidents such as the 'Erika', the 'Ievoli Sun' and the 'Westchester', the role played by the politicians and the media has made the oil companies aware that even if they are legally protected, they can not allow their public image to be ruined by the fortunes of the sea. Consequently one can expect that safety measures will be maintained and even extended. Chartered-in tonnage is becoming increasingly supervised and selective, as the market is tending to pay up for modern tonnage and not pay down for older tonnage, as was still the case last year.

There are many more charterers today looking to extend a part of their transport needs with terms contracts, and to renew existing term deals. This is time for all sizes, and in today's climate on the "spot" market, most shipowners are jealously protecting their "golden eggs" ! for short term contracts (less than two years), the levels proposed by owners of modern units are a minimum $30,000 per day for a Aframax, $40,000 per day for a Suezmax, $60,000 per day for a VLCC. However, for periods beyond 2003 making a forecast is particularly dangerous and shipowners will certainly try to optimise their rates for periods in excess of three years.

Taking as our base case that the current market is predominantly influenced by vessels of less than fifteen years of age, and given that the shipyards are fully booked up till the end of 2002, we can then try to establish the available tonnage by size over the next three years (and eliminating each year any vessel over 15 years) :

Thus, despite the rush of orders placed over these last months with the different shipyards, the repercussion on the supply side (especially for the Aframax) is not as strong as many might like to think, and supports our predictions for 2001 and 2002.

Nonetheless, one can anticipate that there will be a new surge of orders for deliveries starting in 2003. And this could have a major impact on freight rates. Without dipping into the depths of past years. It is more than likely that there will be a downward readjustment at this time.

298,677 dwt, blt 2000, by Hitachi - Owned by Bergesen


The second-hand oil tanker market


Even if we didn't quite step into the next century on the 31st of December 1999, the players in the second-hand oil tanker market will always remember 2000 as the year of fundamental changes. All the factors which contributed to a depressed market in 1999 have not only disappeared, but have also become the factors which have fuelled a stronger and more active market in 2000.

  • Newbuilding prices were low in 1999 and substantially increased in 2000.
  • Oil companies and traders offered a larger number of "long-term" time-charters to the owners in 2000 compared to 1999.
  • The appetite for FSO and FPSO conversion purchase inquiries, which had dried up in 1999, made a remarkable comeback in 2000.
  • The shy concentration of owners and tonnage seen up to 1999 turned to be as of 2000 a key issue and even a primary motivation for asset play for some participants.
  • The m/t 'Erika' sank the 12th of December 1999. The "ecologically and environmentally correct" shipping world became, in 2000, the public's preoccupation and consequently their politicians'.
  • Last but not least, earnings of vessels turned from miserable in 1999 to memorable in 2000 from an owner's point of view.
This year, there is no doubt that sellers and buyers needed to be motivated to agree with their counterparts in order to benefit from the year long lasting rise of freight rates. Each of the players had to assess the duration of the good times, and the different conclusions that have led to more sales. We noticed a good 40 % increase of the number of transactions (aggregating VLCC, Suezmax, Aframax, Panamax tankers and product carriers) compared to 1999 and between 15 to 40 % increase of the values depending on segment and vintage. The more modern and larger tonnage being in the upper part of the bracket and vice-versa.
Three times as much ! It is the best way to qualify the number of sales in 2000 compared to 1999. By mid December 2000, if we include resale deals involving eight units to be delivered in 2002/2003, we noticed that 32 VLCC have changed hands compared to 11 in 1999, 17 in 1998 and 20 in 1997.

Out of these 32 ships, about half were less than 10 years of age. No owners of (trading) double-hull VLCC agreed to sell their vessels, and the only double-hull ships sold this year, eight in total, were newbuilding resales for forward delivery.

The logic behind the important number of transactions on modern ships comes from the immediate need of fleet rejuvenation by owners, reacting to the new oil Majors' restrictive chartering practices. At mid December, two VLCC resales for delivery 2002 were taken by American buyers, for a price of around US$ 72 m each, they were initially contracted for US$ 68 m each, and will join the Tankers International pool.

The other nine vessels sold were built between 1993 and 1990. We mention the following sales of modern single-hull ships to illustrate the price increase along the year:

  • m/t 'Izusan Maru', 264,301 dwt, 1992-built, was sold for about US$ 34.5 m in February.
  • m/t 'Cosmo Pleiades', 238,770 dwt, 1992-built, was sold for about US$ 40.5 m in August.
Four units built in the eighties changed hands during 2000 including the m/t 'Navix Seibu', 257,589 dwt, built 1989, achieving a healthy US$ 34.5 m and the balance sales were seventies-built vessels, which were mainly purchased for offshore or storage projects such as :
  • T/T 'Stena Continent' and 'Stena Concordia', 273,616 dwt, 1975 and 1973-built respectively, sold en-bloc for about US$ 30 m.
  • T/T 'Amazon Eagle' and 'Amazon Falcon', 307,235 dwt, 1974 and 1975-built respectively, sold en-bloc for about US$ 18.0 m.
However, as far as the demolition is concerned, the freight rates increase has not prompted owners to scrap their older vessels since we only noticed, at time of writing, 28 VLCC sold to the scrapyards compared to 36 vessels in 1999. The healthy prices offered by the scrappers did not compensate the returns obtained by owners for older vessels trading them East of Suez.
The number of transaction for this category has been rather stable. So far this year we saw 23 units changing hands which is the exact same number as for 1999. Out of this total, 12 units were 10 years of age, this follows the same logic as for VLCC. In addition, it has been interesting to note that most of these ships (except three) have been part of en-bloc deals. We will particularly remember the "tanker deal of the year" for a reported US$ 320 m involving the sale of 10 units including five Aframax and five Suezmax. The five Suezmax (m/t 'Nord Horn' and 'Nord Hope', 160,000 dwt, both built in 1999 and the m/t 'Nord Jahre Transporter' / 'Nord Jahre Target' / 'Nord Jahre Traveller', 142,000 dwt, built respectively in 1989 / 1990 / 1990) were valued at an estimated US$ 208 m in that deal. Other en-bloc deals of modern Suezmax included the en-bloc sale of two units controlled by Euronav and three units controlled by Chevron.

As a matter of fact, only three units built in the eighties changed hands this year, but this figure should be measured keeping in mind that there are only 38 units built between 1980 to 1989 among the nearly 300 strong Suezmax active fleet. Suezmax vessels have often been a very speculative floating assets and the prices for this vintage have followed the trend of the nineties built ships. Values had dropped in 1999 to a severe low and made a very strong come back in 2000. One should remember that the 1989-built m/t 'Ioannis', 150,000 dwt, 1989-built achieved US$ 38.5 m in April 1998. Her sister-ship m/t 'Knock Sheen' could only fetch US$ 27.5 m in November 1999 and this year, we have seen the m/t 'Inigo Tapias', 146,270 dwt, 1989-built changing hands for about US$ 30 m in July.

Eight seventies-built Suezmax changed hands in 2000. The sales were mainly concentrated in the second part of the year when asset players realised that freight rates were high enough to sustain an extremely prompt return to their investment and minimise their exposure towards a downturn of the market. To illustrate this, we can mention that the m/t 'Montana', 132,207 dwt, 1979-built (one of the very few), was sold for a high US$ 9.5 m in September 2000. However, this ship will not be required to trade in HBL or SBT mode before 2004 as per present IMO regulation, and the possible new IMO regulation would give her an extra year up to 2005. With a lightweight exceeding 20,000tons the risk is not that important in the conditions prevailing on the spot freight market. Among these eight units, three of them were sold for conversion or storage and this includes the m/t 'White Sea', 155,703 dwt, 1975-built sold for US$ 6.5 m.

On the demolition front, 16 vessels were sold (mid December) and this gives us a negative figure in comparison with the one from 1999 when we spotted 26 units disappearing. Even if it was getting clearly more difficult to obtain approvals from the oil Majors on such vessels and even if owners had to trade East of Suez, the return provided by the spot market in 2000 gave no incentive whatsoever, to sell such units to the scrappers.


If we consider the forced sale of the five Alandia Aframax tankers as being a 1999 done deal, we had seen 36 Aframax changing hands last year compared to a strong 50 units in 2000. Out of these 50 units, 22 of them had less than 10 years of age, while 26 were built in the eighties and only two seventies-built ships changed hands. Noticeably, 15 double-hull ships were exchanged in this category, among the most modern vessels and this can probably be explained by the fact that the Aframax fleet age profile is more evenly spread over the last 30 years. One should always keep in mind that contrary to the Suezmax and VLCC sector, the Aframax size does not suffer from the penury of vessels built in the eighties, this permits to facilitate in the exchanges between owners.

Sales of modern and double-hull ships have commanded a very rich budget for the buyers, therefore only the significant and experienced players were active, together with a few buyers motivated by fiscal reasons, but always demanding long charter periods attached. The prices have also increased to a large extent and we may illustrate this trend with the following example for double-hull vessels: the m/t 'Stena Concert', 96,828 dwt, 1992-built, was sold in November 1999 for a price of US$ 20.2 m, while in March 2000 the m/t 'Nordpacific', 102,262 dwt, 1992-built, obtained US$ 25.3 m, then the m/t 'Colby', 97,045 dwt, 1993-built, achieved US$ 26.25 m in June 2000 and the m/t 'Torungen', 95,621 dwt, 1993-built was sold in September 2000 for a reported US$ 32.75 m.

The Aframax vessels built in the eighties consists of 189 units which represents 33 % of the active fleet; therefore, it is obvious to see a large number of vessels of this vintage changing hands. Buyers have paid particular attention to the quality and technicality of the vessels and, as realised last year, vessels with SBT features attracted more interest. Patient sellers have been rewarded in this category as values for early eighties-built vessels have followed the upward trend, even though they had a slower start compared to more modern units. For example, at the beginning of the year, the m/t 'Mendana Spirit', 81,283 dwt, 1980-built obtained about US$ 4.5 m, while the m/t 'Silver Iris', 88,389 dwt, 1980-built got US$ 9.2 m at the end of October. Late eighties-built vessels were also very popular and benefited from a serious demand from the buyers. The m/t 'Maersk Virtue', 110,000 dwt, 1988-built obtained a very firm price of close to US$ 25.0 m in October.

Although they still represent 100 units out of the 586 units of the active fleet, only two Aframax built between 1970 and 1979 were sold this year (as of mid November 2000). This is clearly a low result. However, purchasing seventies-built Aframax, for asset players, was a tougher bet to make this year in the light of the large number of existing eighties-built units. This low activity might be explained by the assumption that buyers felt that an unavoidable drop of the chartering market would jeopardise the earnings of the seventies-built Aframax very quickly, and probably much faster than for VLCC and Suezmax. It will be very easy for the charterers to favour the next decade generation since there are 189 units built between 1980 and 1989 in the active fleet.

As far as the Aframax segment is concerned, 18 units were sold for scrap as of mid December, if we exclude the Panamax tankers and stay below 120,000 dwt. Last year the figure was 30 vessels and the phenomenon described for Suezmax also applied to this category.

Panamax tankers have made a noticeable comeback in the sale and purchase scene of this year with 15 units sold, this represents three times as much as last year's figure. The only double-hull vessel sold was the prompt resale of the m/t 'Four Cutter', 72,500 dwt, 2000-built, for US$ 39.0 m. All others transactions were done with vessels built between 1977 and 1988 except for the m/t 'Maersk Marlin', 69,999 dwt, 1990-built, sold for US$ 19.3 m.

The event of the year in this category was the sale of the BT fleet including the six vessels, the m/t 'BT Nimrod', 'BT Navigator', 'BT Navarin', 'BT Neptune', 'BT Nestor' and 'BT Nautilus' all of 64,900 dwt, built between 1977 and 1979, for US$ 28.5 m between February and June.

In contradiction to the larger size, there were more Panamax tankers scrapped in 2000 compared to 1999. Eight units were sold against three last year, but three of them were either American or Brazilian flag built in 1960, 1960 and 1970 respectively.


During this year, we noticed a similar number of units sold compared to 1999 (twenty against nineteen). The activity in 2000 was equally balanced between the trading sales and the demolition sales. Ten combined carriers changed hands and 10 went for scrap, while one may remember that the activity in 1999 was concentrated on the demolition side.

All the units sold for scrap were built between 1973 and 1979, reducing again the active fleet of this category. We estimate it at about 173 vessels, out of which 50 are older than 20 years. On the trading side, out of the 10 vessels sold, two were built in the seventies (including the o/o 'Marshal Zhukov', 103,307 dwt, 1973-built, sold for US$ 3.8 m in April) and six in the eighties (including the obo 'Waasland', 164,100 dwt, 1986-built, sold for US$ 18.5 m). The last two units sold were the 'SC Horizon' and 'SC Breeze' both 1992-built and 96,027 dwt, and achieved a very healthy price of US$ 54.0 m on an en-bloc basis.

It is a common belief that tanker values for 2001 should remain strong. The 'Erika' phenomenon is here to stay, making life easier and values higher for modern vessels.

The risk of oil pollution has been remembered all year long by the public and governments all over the world, together with the consecutive accidents of the m/t 'Natuna Sea', m/t 'Ievoli Sun' and m/t 'Westchester'. Amendments to the IMO phasing out in spring 2001 can only speed up the elimination of the older tonnage. So, now the "age before beauty" prevails, even if "beauty" is sometimes questionable. Major charterers are now the hostages of basic public thinking, giving more credit to youth than to quality.

The sinking of the m/t 'Erika' at the end of 1999 had a tremendous and immediate impact on freight rates for the good of modern ships. Ironically this trend also benefited the older vintages for the less demanding trades at the end of the year, and despite a good start, scrapping level has been rather slow.

It should be repeated that signs of a slowdown in the Western growth are starting to worry some economists. The oil consumption should therefore be affected at some stage having direct consequences on transportation demand and thus on oil tankers prices. If this is confirmed, every trade, whether in the West or East of Suez, will be able to afford to be more restrictive in terms of vessel's age. Values for seventies up to mid eighties built vessels will be abruptly affected then.

Shipping and Shipbuilding Markets in 2000


En avril, une forte baisse du trafic de marchandises dans les ports de Gênes et de Savone-je vais
En avril, une forte baisse du trafic de marchandises dans les ports de Gênes et de Savone-je vais
Flexions enregistrées de -7,4% et -6,8% respectivement
Mécanisme frauduleux d'évasion fiscale et d'évasion fiscale mis en œuvre par une société de logistique pavée
Employés 138 travailleurs irréguliers et fraude à la TVA et impôts directs pour plus de 1,6 million
Le Japon a pris livraison de son premier porte-conteneurs de 24 000 teu
Cinq autres navires de la même capacité construits par Imabari Shipbuilding et Japan Marine United Corporation suivront.
La Suisse va subventionner l'autoroute entre Fribourg et Novara jusqu'en 2028.
Des mesures seront prises pour rendre le pavillon de la marine marchande suisse plus attrayant
FEPORT a discuté des effets sur les ports et les terminalistes des règles climatiques de l'UE
Saintes Maries de la Mer
Faits saillants de la nécessité pour les gouvernements européens de transposer la directive minimale sur l'impôt des sociétés afin d'éviter les distorsions causées par la taxe sur le tonnage
En 2022, le transport combiné européen a légèrement diminué.
Historique des volumes nationaux, tandis que le trafic international a diminué de -0,5%
Une panne de moteur d'un pétrolier dans le canal de Suez n'a pas empêché le trafic dans la voie navigable.
Le "Seavigour" transporte du brut de la Russie vers la Chine
Renouvellement du contrat national des tondeuses et barcaioli
Augmentation économique moyenne de 175 euros
Renouvellement de la concession de PSA Venise
Il aura une durée de 25 ans. Un investissement prévu de 78,6 millions d'euros et une croissance du trafic allant jusqu'à 500mila teu. Concession à Veneta Cementi
Pour sa propre décarbonisation, le transport maritime ne doit pas compter trop sur le e-fuel
Pour sa propre décarbonisation, le transport maritime ne doit pas compter trop sur le e-fuel
Le Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping met en garde pour tenir compte de la disponibilité future et des prix des carburants électriques
La Commission européenne présente cinq propositions législatives sur la sécurité maritime et la prévention de la pollution marine causée par les navires
L'objectif est également d'aligner les normes européennes sur les réglementations internationales
Un quart des entreprises russes risquent de perturber la production pour la difficulté de recevoir des marchandises de l'étranger
Le premier vice-président du Centre de Recherche Stratégique de Moscou
Les camionneurs dénoncées le blocage des actions visant à améliorer le fonctionnement des camions dans le port de Spezia
La Spezia
Peut-être-ils accusent les associations commerciales-c'est la volonté de maintenir le statu quo
L'ultima lettura del Goods Trade Barometer della WTO segnala una ripresa che però potrebbe essere assai accidentata
La dernière lecture du baromètre du commerce des marchandises de l'OMC indique une reprise, mais celle-ci pourrait être très irrégulière
Des signaux positifs émanent des commandes à l'exportation
L'ultimo rapporto di AGCS evidenzia la notevole diminuzione della perdita totale di navi
Le dernier rapport de l'AGCS fait état d'une diminution significative du nombre total de navires perdus
Johannesburg/Londres/Madrid/Munich/New York/Paris/Rotterdam/Singapour
En 2022, le nombre d'accidents a chuté de 36 %
Le naufrage, l'incendie/l'explosion et la collision sont les causes les plus fréquentes d'accidents
Port de Livourne, a interdicté quatre entrepreneurs et trois entreprises
Seized more than 8mila euros to a port administration official
Le Aziende informano
La Ant. Bellettieri & Co., presente da più di 140 anni nel Porto di Civitavecchia, opera nella logistica portuale e nell'intermodalità mare, ferro, gomma
L'elvetica Accelleron ha acquisito Officine Meccaniche Torino
L'entreprise suisse Accelleron a acquis Officine Meccaniche Torino
La société basée à Rivoli est l'un des principaux fabricants de systèmes d'injection pour les moteurs marins
Grimaldi commande deux nouveaux navires "Pure Car & Truck Carrier" de 9.000 ceu
Naples / Rome
Affirme le recours à Grimaldi Euromed de la continuité territoriale maritime sur la route Civitavecchia-Arbatax-Cagliari
Accord de la Commission européenne pour le refinancement du Marebonus italien
Autorisation d'un programme d'aide de 125 millions d'euros jusqu'en 2027
Assarmatori, l'UE approuve l'aide italienne à l'intermodalité route-mer
Messine ; l'objectif est maintenant de pouvoir utiliser les ressources le plus rapidement possible
I porti cinesi stabiliscono un nuovo record storico di traffico quadrimestrale delle merci
Les ports chinois établissent un nouveau record de trafic de marchandises sur quatre mois
Nouveau pic pour les seuls conteneurs
La gestion du trafic marchandises à l'aéroport de Gênes a été confiée aux transitaires de la ville.
Giachero (Spediport): Il est essentiel de relancer le secteur du fret
A la fin du mois APM Terminals va quitter la gestion du conteneur terminal d'Itajaí
Superintendência do Porto essaiera de mettre en œuvre une nouvelle solution transitoire dans l'attente de l'appel d'offres ouvert par le gouvernement fédéral
GEODIS a racheté Swiss Transport & Shipping helvetica
En 2022, il a enregistré un chiffre d'affaires de 58 millions de francs suisses
Conférence de Gênes sur l'état de la mise en œuvre de la plateforme logistique nationale
Organisée par Federlogistique et Conftransporto-Confcommerce, elle aura lieu lundi prochain
Livourne, campagne de surveillance de la qualité de l'air dans les quartiers voisins du port
La campagne de reconnaissance durera 240 jours
Accord de Fincantieri au Canada pour proposer un patrouilleur "Vigilance" pour la Marine royale du Canada
Deux initiatives pour commémorer Giuseppe Bono
Le 30 juin à Gênes, la deuxième édition du Youngster Shipping Summer Party aura lieu
L'événement est promu par Assagents
Fincantieri construira le troisième sous-marin NFS de la marine italienne
Les deux premières matraques seront livrées en 2027 et 2029
ABB planifie une queue de baleine pour la propulsion des petits et moyens navires
ABB planifie une queue de baleine pour la propulsion des petits et moyens navires
Le premier prototype sera disponible en 2025
Dernier chemin gratuit vers le lien entre le port d'Ancône et la route nationale 16
Aquaroli: C'est un travail fondamental pour le développement du port, Ancône et les Marches
Visual Sailing List
- liste alphabétique
- liste des nations
- zones géographiques
CMA CGM finalise l'acquisition de La Méridionale
Annonce de la prochaine commande de deux nouveaux navires GNL
Inauguration du salon nautique de Venise
Plus de 220 exposants. 300 bateaux présentés, dont 240 à l'eau
MSC Crociere ha preso in consegna la nuova MSC Euribia
MSC Les croisières ont pris en consigne le nouveau MSC Euribia
Dans le chantier naval de Chantiers de l'Atlantique a également eu lieu la cérémonie de pièce de "MSC World America"
Accord entre l'AdSP de l'Adriatique Central et l'agence régionale des Marches pour la protection de l'environnement
Yang Ming commande à HHI la construction de cinq portacontainer à partir de 15.500 teu
Engagement d ' un montant de 927,9 millions de dollars
Port de Gênes : réduction de 70 % des erreurs de procédure dans la paperasserie
c'est le résultat de l'expérience vécue lors d'un cours organisé par la Capitainerie du port et Assagenti
Confitarma se félicite de l'approbation par l'UE du soutien à l'intermodalité route-mer, mais dénonce le manque de ressources
Mattioli : Nous espérons que le nouveau gouvernement ouvrira une discussion concrète avec l'industrie de l'armement sur cette question en vue de la prochaine loi de finances
KHI et DNV définiront une méthode pour calculer les émissions de CO2 de la chaîne d'approvisionnement en hydrogène liquéfié
Signature d'un protocole d'accord spécifique
Le FENADISMER espagnol lancera une nouvelle action de classe contre les compagnies pétrolières
They are accused of taking advantage of the effects of the conflict in Udrain to apply a surcharge to fuels
Accord Eni - RINA pour la transition énergétique et la décarbonation du transport naval
Parmi les objectifs, le développement...
Investissement chinois dans la zone économique du canal de Suez
Les activités de production seront installées
Dans le premier trimestre de cette année le trafic des marchandises dans les ports croates a crû du +14,9%
L'augmentation est déterminée par la hausse des volumes en vrac
Événement à Gênes pour la relance de l'économie de la mer
Le secteur - il a été souligné - au cours des dernières décennies a été considérablement sous-estimé dans son potentiel
Assiterminal, Assologistica and Fise-Uniport Convention for Safety at Work
C'est par définition avec le soutien de RINA
CMA CGM compra il quotidiano economico francese “La Tribune”
CMA CGM achète le quotidien économique français « La Tribune »
La société est déjà active dans l’édition avec les journaux "La Provence" et "Corse Matin"
Le mois suivant Metrans activera un lien intermodal Rijeka-Budapest
Le terminal de la capitale hongroise sera relié au terminal serbe d'Indija
Ok à une contribution de 2.2 millions à la société portuaire génois CULMV
Résolution approuvée par le Comité de gestion
ITA Airways, a confirmé l'accord avec Lufthansa
Uilt, important maintenant de réaliser les objectifs de développement et de croissance du plan industriel
German Schües est le nouveau président du BIMCO
Subentra à Sabrina Chao qui a conclu son mandat biennal
PSA a acquis une part minoritaire dans la société de logistique vietnamienne Sotrans
Il a été cédé par Indo Trans Logistics Corporation
Inauguré la deuxième phase du terminal de conteneurs vietnamiens de Nam Dinh Vu (Haipong)
Tu as Phong.
Il a une capacité annuelle pair à 1,2 million de teu
En avril le trafic des marchandises dans le port de Barcelone est tombé de -7,8%
La diminution a été déterminée par la diminution des conteneurs, en particulier par ceux en transit
TIL commande ZPMC neuf grues de quai pour le terminal TPO/TNMSC du port du Havre
Le Havre
Ils pourront servir des navires de 24 000 teu
GNV renforce son soutien au projet de protection des tortues et des cétacés en Méditerranée
Les chercheurs, ainsi que sur la route Naples-Palerme, sont hébergés à bord des navires déployés sur les routes Barcelone-Tangier et Valence-Palma.
Positif the first quarter of MPC Container Ships
La société norvégienne est préoccupée par le fait que la croissance de l'offre dans le segment des grands transporteurs de conteneurs pourrait également avoir un impact sur les flottes exploitées sur des liaisons intrarégionales.
Ports Italiens:
Ancône Gênes Ravenne
Augusta Gioia Tauro Salerne
Bari La Spezia Savone
Brindisi Livourne Taranto
Cagliari Naples Trapani
Carrara Palerme Trieste
Civitavecchia Piombino Venise
Interports Italiens: liste Ports du Monde: Carte
Armateurs Réparateurs et Constructeurs de Navires
Transitaires Fournisseurs de Navires
Agences Maritimes Transporteurs routiers
Le 25 mai à Gênes, une conférence sera organisée sur la programmation, le fonctionnement et la gestion des réseaux de transport.
Il est organisé par l'Institut international des communications et du CIFI
Le 26 mai à Gênes, le premier Mare Global Forum aura lieu
Il est organisé par le Centre consultatif stratégique "Giuseppe Bono"
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Budget proposes to cut tax on containers used in shipping
(The Daily Observer)
Exclusive: Malaysian tycoon weighs selling a stake in $2.7 bln port business -sources
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