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February 5, 1999
Shipping Timesweb site
Shipping News
  • MPA to restrict use of line-towed barges
    From June 1, 2000, their use is prohibited in western sector of port at night
  • Leader of Asian piracy syndicate not a S'porean
  • S'pore ship detained in Sydney
  • M'sia will not impose fee on users of Malacca Straits
Air and Land Transport
  • Swissair ordered to check wiring on MD-11 fleet
    US aviation agency wants inspection of aircraft to be completed by mid-April
  • Ansett to code-share with ANA, lease jets from SIA
  • Air Canada turns in 4th-qtr loss
  • Aeroflot chief revamps management
  • GM disappointed by Jan sales
Features
  • Asia urged to combine forces
    Region has the will but needs a more concerted approach if it wants to win the fight against piracy
Columns
  • Shortfall in fuel does not entitle charterer to cancel charterparty

Shipping Timesweb site
Shipping News
  • MPA to restrict use of line-towed barges
    From June 1, 2000, their use is prohibited in western sector of port at night
  • Leader of Asian piracy syndicate not a S'porean
  • S'pore ship detained in Sydney
  • M'sia will not impose fee on users of Malacca Straits
Air and Land Transport
  • Swissair ordered to check wiring on MD-11 fleet
    US aviation agency wants inspection of aircraft to be completed by mid-April
  • Ansett to code-share with ANA, lease jets from SIA
  • Air Canada turns in 4th-qtr loss
  • Aeroflot chief revamps management
  • GM disappointed by Jan sales
Features
  • Asia urged to combine forces
    Region has the will but needs a more concerted approach if it wants to win the fight against piracy
Columns
  • Shortfall in fuel does not entitle charterer to cancel charterparty

Shipping Timesweb site
Shipping News
  • MPA to restrict use of line-towed barges
    From June 1, 2000, their use is prohibited in western sector of port at night
  • Leader of Asian piracy syndicate not a S'porean
  • S'pore ship detained in Sydney
  • M'sia will not impose fee on users of Malacca Straits
Air and Land Transport
  • Swissair ordered to check wiring on MD-11 fleet
    US aviation agency wants inspection of aircraft to be completed by mid-April
  • Ansett to code-share with ANA, lease jets from SIA
  • Air Canada turns in 4th-qtr loss
  • Aeroflot chief revamps management
  • GM disappointed by Jan sales
Features
  • Asia urged to combine forces
    Region has the will but needs a more concerted approach if it wants to win the fight against piracy
Columns
  • Shortfall in fuel does not entitle charterer to cancel charterparty

Shipping Timesweb site
Shipping News
  • MPA to restrict use of line-towed barges
    From June 1, 2000, their use is prohibited in western sector of port at night
  • Leader of Asian piracy syndicate not a S'porean
  • S'pore ship detained in Sydney
  • M'sia will not impose fee on users of Malacca Straits
Air and Land Transport
  • Swissair ordered to check wiring on MD-11 fleet
    US aviation agency wants inspection of aircraft to be completed by mid-April
  • Ansett to code-share with ANA, lease jets from SIA
  • Air Canada turns in 4th-qtr loss
  • Aeroflot chief revamps management
  • GM disappointed by Jan sales
Features
  • Asia urged to combine forces
    Region has the will but needs a more concerted approach if it wants to win the fight against piracy
Columns
  • Shortfall in fuel does not entitle charterer to cancel charterparty

Sched Netweb site
  • Hutchison becomes world's largest port operator
  • Future bright for Hong Kong
  • Japan top of China's trade list
  • Japan rejects customs revamp
  • Shipping companies look to balanced trade
  • Canada Maritime adds tracking facility to web site
  • HAFFA offers help to members hit by airport opening
  • India despondent over freight rates after poor 1998 results
  • New London-New York flight scheduled for Continental
  • Hellmann open Scottish office

Cargowebweb site
FEBRUARY 4, 1999
  • Reorganisation Intercontainer complete
  • Dangers of El Al plane's cargo kept quiet
  • $200 million contract CSC and U.S. Postal Service
  • Brussels starts legal proceedings against Open Skies treaties
  • Paccar earnings surge 21 percent

The Journal of Commerceweb site
Home
  • US looks to ease ban on fruit imports
  • Jackson offers his own bill on Africa trade
  • Deregulation approaches; shippers try to find niche
  • FedEx pilots approve labor agreement
  • Polish Ocean Line says rumors of Chapter 11 are false
  • CP Rail looking to sell its Winnipeg welding operation
  • North Korea can't pay, so China halves crude oil sales
  • Mercury Air Group continues merger discussions
  • Frozen Food Express gets $20 million in new contracts
  • Tank truck hauler MTL Inc. is folding its two main units under a new name
  • UniCapital forms rail lending group
Transportation
  • Service performance varies at reporting railroads
  • STB closes option of filing US tariffs on FMC's system
  • STB raises filing fees in rail, truck cases
  • KCS' operating income fell, WC rose 40%
  • Innovation to be kernel of meeting
Maritime
  • Stevedores at odds over subsidies in Hamburg, Bremen-Bremerhaven
  • Russia may need foreign ships if river fleet keeps shrinking
  • Malaysia's Bintulu adds equipment, studies expansion of LNG facilities
  • POL refutes bankruptcy rumors
  • Clarification
  • Global lines knock China box plan
  • US port roundup

The Journal of Commerceweb site
Home
  • US looks to ease ban on fruit imports
  • Jackson offers his own bill on Africa trade
  • Deregulation approaches; shippers try to find niche
  • FedEx pilots approve labor agreement
  • Polish Ocean Line says rumors of Chapter 11 are false
  • CP Rail looking to sell its Winnipeg welding operation
  • North Korea can't pay, so China halves crude oil sales
  • Mercury Air Group continues merger discussions
  • Frozen Food Express gets $20 million in new contracts
  • Tank truck hauler MTL Inc. is folding its two main units under a new name
  • UniCapital forms rail lending group
Transportation
  • Service performance varies at reporting railroads
  • STB closes option of filing US tariffs on FMC's system
  • STB raises filing fees in rail, truck cases
  • KCS' operating income fell, WC rose 40%
  • Innovation to be kernel of meeting
Maritime
  • Stevedores at odds over subsidies in Hamburg, Bremen-Bremerhaven
  • Russia may need foreign ships if river fleet keeps shrinking
  • Malaysia's Bintulu adds equipment, studies expansion of LNG facilities
  • POL refutes bankruptcy rumors
  • Clarification
  • Global lines knock China box plan
  • US port roundup

The Journal of Commerceweb site
Home
  • US looks to ease ban on fruit imports
  • Jackson offers his own bill on Africa trade
  • Deregulation approaches; shippers try to find niche
  • FedEx pilots approve labor agreement
  • Polish Ocean Line says rumors of Chapter 11 are false
  • CP Rail looking to sell its Winnipeg welding operation
  • North Korea can't pay, so China halves crude oil sales
  • Mercury Air Group continues merger discussions
  • Frozen Food Express gets $20 million in new contracts
  • Tank truck hauler MTL Inc. is folding its two main units under a new name
  • UniCapital forms rail lending group
Transportation
  • Service performance varies at reporting railroads
  • STB closes option of filing US tariffs on FMC's system
  • STB raises filing fees in rail, truck cases
  • KCS' operating income fell, WC rose 40%
  • Innovation to be kernel of meeting
Maritime
  • Stevedores at odds over subsidies in Hamburg, Bremen-Bremerhaven
  • Russia may need foreign ships if river fleet keeps shrinking
  • Malaysia's Bintulu adds equipment, studies expansion of LNG facilities
  • POL refutes bankruptcy rumors
  • Clarification
  • Global lines knock China box plan
  • US port roundup

Cyber Shipping Guide - Ocean Commerceweb site
  • MSC Set to Revamp Asia/Australia Service
  • UP to Revise Free Time Provision
  • Air Exports from Japan for 1998 Dip 3.2%
  • EU Watchdog Opens Probe into KLM/Martinair Deal
  • Air Canada Suffers Net Loss of C$16 Million

urgente online pressweb site
  • El transporte aumenta las emisiones de CO2 en la Unión Europea
  • La compra de AOM hace fuerte a SAirGroup en Francia
  • TNT ampl'a con SATA su presencia en Portugal
  • Monitores cardíacos en los aviones de British Airways
  • Iberia firma un acuerdo con la aerolínea polaca LOT
  • "La auditoría logística"
  • Subaru comercializa en España el "outback"
  • Goodyear firma una alianza con Sumimoto

Exim Indiaweb site
  • Zim upgrades India-Europe direct service
  • IMC seminar on National Road Transport policy
  • P&O Nedlloyd given ISO 9002 certification
  • Farm export policy draft stalled
  • Panalpina World Transport (I) to expand operations in South India
  • Electronics units seek zero import duty on IT
  • Thirteen companies allowed to issue bonds to fund core projects
  • Plastic scrap import ban lifted
  • Pune-Gulf cargo flights from February 7
  • IETF '99 major expo for S Korea
  • Road, rail transport accords with France
  • KVSS draws 734 applications
  • Ennore may be declared as Major Port
  • Naphtha prices lowered
  • IFC resumes lending to private firms in India with $ 35 million loan
  • Cotton import duty ruled out
  • TN to improve three arterial roads
  • Garment exports up 4 per cent
  • Plan paper feels user agencies should fund new port facilities
  • China a major market waiting to be tapped
  • Excise panel for 3-tier duty structure

The Bunker Bulletinweb site
FEBRUARY 4, 1999
  • Lithuania can get all the oil they need oil if they pay more, says LUKoil
  • South Africa: Business as usual from mid-February

Il Sole 24 Ore On Lineweb site
  • L'armatore Navarma-Moby lines chiede l'intervento Ue
    Onorato all'attacco di Tirrenia: «Ha un regime fiscale distorsivo»
  • Nei due scali pugliesi un 1998 positivo anche per i passeggeri
    Per Bari e Brindisi traffico merci in crescita
  • E Moby acquista due ferry
  • Dal porto di Salerno no all'accorpamento con l'Autorità di Napoli

Lloyd's Listweb site
  • Bank wins $20m in damages after fraud by shipowners
    BERLINER Bank has won more than $20m in damages from five London Greek shipowners after a seven-week fraud trial in the High Court.
  • Clarkson's exclusive link with Sasebo
    Leading shipbroker H. Clarkson is taking on the international marketing of Japan's Sasebo Heavy Industries on an exclusive basis, it was disclosed last night.
  • Cammell Laird is still hungry
    Cammell Laird's hunger for acquisitions shows no signs of abating as profits for the UK's largest shiprepair and conversion group continue to power ahead.
  • Freight mover shines in gloom
    AN economic downturn in the second half of 1998 failed to dampen UK-based parcels and logistics operator Nightfreight, which saw full year profits rise 16% to '3.5m ($5.7m).
  • Ferry licence system in firing line
    Greece's methods of awarding domestic ferry operating licences looks certain to come under renewed fire in the coming days after two rival companies have signalled they intend to compete for the chance to establish a toehold in the trade between Piraeus and the Dodecanese islands.
  • Pressure on boxship charter rates set to ease in second half
    A DOWNWARD trend in containership charter hire, caused by oversupply, could experience some relief during the second half of this year.
  • Seven bid for Argentina port plan
    Seven international consortia have prequalified for the construction of the controversial megaport of Buenos Aires, which has a notional price tag of $450m.
  • Festival Cruises' new ship Mistral
    THIS is Festival Cruises' new ship Mistral which has just been floated out from dry dock to go into her final stage of construction, writes David Mott.

Fairplayweb site
FEBRUARY 4, 1999
  • IMB reveals pirate mastermind
    THE International Maritime Bureau has released details of the arrest of the mastermind in an international pirate syndicate.
  • Casjens denies Hapag liner division sale
    GUNTHER Casjens, head of Hapag Lloyd's liner shipping division said today that the division would not be sold despite Preussag's focus on tourism.
  • Berliner Bank wins fraud case
    BERLINER Bank has won its High Court action against several shipowners, following a sophisticated shipping fraud involving five Romanian newbuildings in the early 1990s.
  • ICB in bareboat deal as profit slides
    ICB SHIPPING has sold a 158,000 dwt suezmax tanker to undisclosed buyers under a bareboat charter back deal.
  • Safmarine sale fears hit shares
    SAFREN shares tumbled on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange yesterday for the second day running amid fears over its planned sale of Safmarine.
  • New Jersey fights to keep Sea-Land terminal
    NEW Jersey's governor has asked officials to study further cost reductions to persuade Sea-Land and Mærsk to build a new terminal in New York and New Jersey.
  • Malta Freeport strike ends
    MALTA'S second largest trade union yesterday agreed to end a two-day strike at the Freeport.
  • US LNG owner seeks to re-flag in Marshalls
    WILMINGTON Trust Co has asked the Maritime Administration for permission to transfer two US-flag lng ships to the Marshall Islands registry.
  • India blocks lng venture
    INDIA'S Surface Transport Ministry has demanded a higher stake for the Shipping Corporation of India in an lng joint venture with Mitsui OSK Lines and Enron Corporation. transport.
  • Steel war hots up
    THE WTO has agreed to investigate US anti-dumping laws amid a wave of US steelmakers seeking bankruptcy protection.
  • Australian stevedores given deadline
    STEVEDORES in Australia have been given a 90-day deadline by the transport minister to complete redundancy deals or face losing government funding.
  • Pan United to sell stake in Chinese firm
    SINGAPORE shipyard-company Pan United Corp has announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary Xinlong Cast Iron is to sell its stake in a Chinese pipe company.
  • Incat under fire
    AUSTRALIAN fast-ferry manufacturer Incat has hit a wave of political turbulence over links with the government in its home state of Tasmania.
  • ISF backs Syndarma over smoke-screen allegations
    SPECULATION that Syndarma has been interfering with attempts to resolve the 'Visa No 5' controversy have been refuted by the International Shipping Federation (ISF).
  • Indian ports press for more power
    CHAIRMEN of India's eleven major ports have pressed for more power, demanding the freedom to fix tariffs for both cargo and port related charges.
  • Storm warning for UK waters
    SEAFARERS working in UK waters can expect the remainder of the winter to be unusually stormy, according to climate physicist Mark Saunders.
  • Pequot wins fast ferry order
    PEQUOT River Shipworks in Connecticut, owned by the Pequot Indian tribe, is to build a fast ferry for Bahamas Fast Ferries Service of Nassau.

Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
  • Le Rhin d'Acier pourrait être opérationnel en six mois
    Le bruit des avions qui atterrissent à Maastricht, un ballast impeccable, des rails rouillés, bien sûr... Puis, sur une centaine de mètres à peine, à la frontière entre les Pays-Bas et l'Allemagne, l'assiette du Rhin d'Acier est quelque peu envahie par les herbes. Ensuite, du côté allemand, de nouveau un ballast impeccable. De l'avis de tous les experts, pour une ligne soi-disant désaffectée depuis 1991, le Rhin d'Acier se porte bien et peut théoriquement être rouvert immédiatement pour une exploitation réduite. Il serait toutefois souhaitable de rembourrer ci et là le ballast et surtout d'adapter la signalisation. L'affaire de quelques mois... Telle est la principale conclusion qu'on peut tirer d'une très intéressante visite in situ, à l'initiative de la Commission Infrastructures de la Chambre et de son président André Schellens, à laquelle avait été invité le ministre fédéral des Transports Michel Daerden.
  • Paccar a battu tous ses records en 1998
    Le groupe américain Paccar, qui possède les marques DAF et Foden en Europe et Peterbilt et Kenworth aux Etats-Unis, a annoncé des résultats record pour l'année 1998. Il a été aidé en cela par le fait que le marché du camion a atteint un niveau très élevé des deux côtés de l'Atlantique. Dans le passé, les deux marchés étaient anticycliques, mais cela fait six ans qu'ils sont tous deux en hausse. Pour 1999, Paccar s'attend à une baisse modérée, tant en Europe qu'en Amérique du Nord.
  • CMA développe un troisième grand service EastMed/Japon/Chine
    L'armement CMA continue à lancer de nouvelles initiatives. Il vient en effet de démarrer l'exploitation d'un troisième grand service intéressant l'Est méditerranéen, le Japon et la Chine, auquel il a affecté neuf porte-containers de 1.750 à 1.800 TEU.

Daily Commercial Newsweb site
  • SCT starts reefer van ops
    Melbourne-based transport group Specialized Container Transport has made moves to shore up its revenue base, with the start-up last week of its first refrigerated van operation on the east-west rail corridor.
    The refrigerated van service, which is initially running once a week as part of SCT's thrice-weekly train between Melbourne and Perth, is unique to Australia and represents the company's first move into refrigerated rail operations.
    The company said it hoped to grab a share of the interstate transport of perishable products through the introduction of the purpose-built and temperature-controlled rail vans. It claims to already have a 30 per cent share of the dry freight market on the corridor.
  • NR sale 'on track' despite delays
    The federal government has indicated that National Rail could still be sold by the end of this year, despite the apparent stalling of the protracted privatisation process as a result of the looming NSW state election.
    The government's Office of Asset Sales, which is acting on behalf of all three NR shareholders, is understood to have delayed the appointment of advisers for the NR divestment until after the NSW election on 27 March.
    A spokesman for the OAS conceded yesterday that the looming NSW election could hold up the long-awaited NR privatisation process, but said the sale could still be finalised by the end of the year.
  • Patrick cleared to sue MUA
    The Australian Industrial Relations Commission yesterday issued stevedore Patrick with a certificate allowing it to proceed against the Maritime Union of Australia in the civil courts.
    The certificate was granted in terms of section 166A of the Workplace Relations Act after union members failed to start work on the bulk carrier Kapitan Betkhar at Newcastle's Eastern Basin Distribution Centre.
    On Wednesday, Commissioner Wilks issued orders under section 127 of the Act, ordering officers and members of the union to start work on the vessel which is caught up in the dispute over whether members of the Transport Workers Union have the right to work on the wharf.
  • Cairncross awaits 'market interest'
    In line with expectations, Monday's meeting of Keppel Cairncross Shipyard Limited's creditors decided to retain the voluntary administrators appointed by the company's board and to form a creditors' committee to simplify the liaison process with the administrators on the future of the Brisbane ship repair yard.
    The board's decision to appoint Rick Dennis and Angus Blackwood of professional services firm, Ernst & Young, as voluntary administrators came after chairman Loh Wing Siew said there was little prospect of improvement in the company's recent ability to attract additional business.
  • Japan trade THCs on the way
    The substantial reduction of freight rates in the Australia to Japan trade over the past 12 months has forced the Australia Northbound Shipping Conference to impose terminal handling charges in Japan. The rates are believed to have fallen by as much as 20 per cent.
    An industry source confirmed the drop in rates and said lines were no longer in a position to absorb rising terminal handling costs at a time of falling freight rates.
    The Australia Northbound Shipping Conference discussed the imposition of the charges with the Australian Peak Shippers Association as required by the relevant legislation, the Trade Practices Act. The APSA opposed the move.
    APSA executive director Frank Beaufort told DCN yesterday that as far he was concerned the conference did not provide convincing arguments to justify its move.
    However, he admitted that rates have fallen.

International Transport Journalweb site
Tabletalk
  • "Agents have to conquer new fields of activity" Fonasba president Edouard de Clebsattel expresses his view on the future role and possibilities of shipping agents.
Maritime
  • TMM and CP Ships establish Americana Ships. TMM and CP Ships have now finalised their new container shipping partnership which they announced three months ago.
  • Lykes Lines upgrades its trans-Atlantic service.
  • Israeli carrier Zim now offers a second Pacific service.
  • Hapag-Lloyd again reports higher turnover and profit.
  • The role of the World Trade Organisation WTO is changing.
  • SCL acquires Roadwing from the Rennies group.
Ports and Terminals
  • The Rotterdam Municipal Port Management is dealing with the millennium problem.
  • Malta Freeport inaugurates Terminal Two and is on course for another record in 1999.
  • Advanced Strategies for Port & Terminal Management will be held in Kent in March.
  • Klaipeda opens a new terminal.
  • Long Beach is planning a new container terminal.
Forwarding
  • FedEx and Caliber join forces in European countries.
  • Stinnes wants to buy the remaining BTL shares.
  • CNF reported a record result for financial 1998.
Aviation
  • Arrow Line expands its schedule.
  • Air Canada introduces flights to Sky Harbor, the airport of Phoenix AZ.
  • Martinair now flies to Shannon/Ireland.
  • Northwest Airlines will soon open a route to Oslo/Norway.
  • BAX Global slithers into the loss zone.
  • Eagle USA has reported a satisfactory financial year.
  • Lufthansa: strong basis for a leap forward. Showing good transport figures, the Lufthansa group aims for stable long-term results through diversification.
  • Swisscargo's X-Presso is developing strongly.
  • New customers for Mercury.

International Transport Journalweb site
Tabletalk
  • "Agents have to conquer new fields of activity" Fonasba president Edouard de Clebsattel expresses his view on the future role and possibilities of shipping agents.
Maritime
  • TMM and CP Ships establish Americana Ships. TMM and CP Ships have now finalised their new container shipping partnership which they announced three months ago.
  • Lykes Lines upgrades its trans-Atlantic service.
  • Israeli carrier Zim now offers a second Pacific service.
  • Hapag-Lloyd again reports higher turnover and profit.
  • The role of the World Trade Organisation WTO is changing.
  • SCL acquires Roadwing from the Rennies group.
Ports and Terminals
  • The Rotterdam Municipal Port Management is dealing with the millennium problem.
  • Malta Freeport inaugurates Terminal Two and is on course for another record in 1999.
  • Advanced Strategies for Port & Terminal Management will be held in Kent in March.
  • Klaipeda opens a new terminal.
  • Long Beach is planning a new container terminal.
Forwarding
  • FedEx and Caliber join forces in European countries.
  • Stinnes wants to buy the remaining BTL shares.
  • CNF reported a record result for financial 1998.
Aviation
  • Arrow Line expands its schedule.
  • Air Canada introduces flights to Sky Harbor, the airport of Phoenix AZ.
  • Martinair now flies to Shannon/Ireland.
  • Northwest Airlines will soon open a route to Oslo/Norway.
  • BAX Global slithers into the loss zone.
  • Eagle USA has reported a satisfactory financial year.
  • Lufthansa: strong basis for a leap forward. Showing good transport figures, the Lufthansa group aims for stable long-term results through diversification.
  • Swisscargo's X-Presso is developing strongly.
  • New customers for Mercury.

International Transport Journalweb site
Tabletalk
  • "Agents have to conquer new fields of activity" Fonasba president Edouard de Clebsattel expresses his view on the future role and possibilities of shipping agents.
Maritime
  • TMM and CP Ships establish Americana Ships. TMM and CP Ships have now finalised their new container shipping partnership which they announced three months ago.
  • Lykes Lines upgrades its trans-Atlantic service.
  • Israeli carrier Zim now offers a second Pacific service.
  • Hapag-Lloyd again reports higher turnover and profit.
  • The role of the World Trade Organisation WTO is changing.
  • SCL acquires Roadwing from the Rennies group.
Ports and Terminals
  • The Rotterdam Municipal Port Management is dealing with the millennium problem.
  • Malta Freeport inaugurates Terminal Two and is on course for another record in 1999.
  • Advanced Strategies for Port & Terminal Management will be held in Kent in March.
  • Klaipeda opens a new terminal.
  • Long Beach is planning a new container terminal.
Forwarding
  • FedEx and Caliber join forces in European countries.
  • Stinnes wants to buy the remaining BTL shares.
  • CNF reported a record result for financial 1998.
Aviation
  • Arrow Line expands its schedule.
  • Air Canada introduces flights to Sky Harbor, the airport of Phoenix AZ.
  • Martinair now flies to Shannon/Ireland.
  • Northwest Airlines will soon open a route to Oslo/Norway.
  • BAX Global slithers into the loss zone.
  • Eagle USA has reported a satisfactory financial year.
  • Lufthansa: strong basis for a leap forward. Showing good transport figures, the Lufthansa group aims for stable long-term results through diversification.
  • Swisscargo's X-Presso is developing strongly.
  • New customers for Mercury.

International Transport Journalweb site
Tabletalk
  • "Agents have to conquer new fields of activity" Fonasba president Edouard de Clebsattel expresses his view on the future role and possibilities of shipping agents.
Maritime
  • TMM and CP Ships establish Americana Ships. TMM and CP Ships have now finalised their new container shipping partnership which they announced three months ago.
  • Lykes Lines upgrades its trans-Atlantic service.
  • Israeli carrier Zim now offers a second Pacific service.
  • Hapag-Lloyd again reports higher turnover and profit.
  • The role of the World Trade Organisation WTO is changing.
  • SCL acquires Roadwing from the Rennies group.
Ports and Terminals
  • The Rotterdam Municipal Port Management is dealing with the millennium problem.
  • Malta Freeport inaugurates Terminal Two and is on course for another record in 1999.
  • Advanced Strategies for Port & Terminal Management will be held in Kent in March.
  • Klaipeda opens a new terminal.
  • Long Beach is planning a new container terminal.
Forwarding
  • FedEx and Caliber join forces in European countries.
  • Stinnes wants to buy the remaining BTL shares.
  • CNF reported a record result for financial 1998.
Aviation
  • Arrow Line expands its schedule.
  • Air Canada introduces flights to Sky Harbor, the airport of Phoenix AZ.
  • Martinair now flies to Shannon/Ireland.
  • Northwest Airlines will soon open a route to Oslo/Norway.
  • BAX Global slithers into the loss zone.
  • Eagle USA has reported a satisfactory financial year.
  • Lufthansa: strong basis for a leap forward. Showing good transport figures, the Lufthansa group aims for stable long-term results through diversification.
  • Swisscargo's X-Presso is developing strongly.
  • New customers for Mercury.

International Transport Journalweb site
Tabletalk
  • "Agents have to conquer new fields of activity" Fonasba president Edouard de Clebsattel expresses his view on the future role and possibilities of shipping agents.
Maritime
  • TMM and CP Ships establish Americana Ships. TMM and CP Ships have now finalised their new container shipping partnership which they announced three months ago.
  • Lykes Lines upgrades its trans-Atlantic service.
  • Israeli carrier Zim now offers a second Pacific service.
  • Hapag-Lloyd again reports higher turnover and profit.
  • The role of the World Trade Organisation WTO is changing.
  • SCL acquires Roadwing from the Rennies group.
Ports and Terminals
  • The Rotterdam Municipal Port Management is dealing with the millennium problem.
  • Malta Freeport inaugurates Terminal Two and is on course for another record in 1999.
  • Advanced Strategies for Port & Terminal Management will be held in Kent in March.
  • Klaipeda opens a new terminal.
  • Long Beach is planning a new container terminal.
Forwarding
  • FedEx and Caliber join forces in European countries.
  • Stinnes wants to buy the remaining BTL shares.
  • CNF reported a record result for financial 1998.
Aviation
  • Arrow Line expands its schedule.
  • Air Canada introduces flights to Sky Harbor, the airport of Phoenix AZ.
  • Martinair now flies to Shannon/Ireland.
  • Northwest Airlines will soon open a route to Oslo/Norway.
  • BAX Global slithers into the loss zone.
  • Eagle USA has reported a satisfactory financial year.
  • Lufthansa: strong basis for a leap forward. Showing good transport figures, the Lufthansa group aims for stable long-term results through diversification.
  • Swisscargo's X-Presso is developing strongly.
  • New customers for Mercury.

TradeWindsweb site
  • Vardinoyannis' meteoric rise to top
    THE VARDINOYANNIS FAMILY is well known in shipping for operating an extensive fleet of tankers and products carriers. But the family s influence goes much further, covering oil, banking, property, media interests, hotels, charity work and control of a famous football team. The vast fortune now held by the family has been put together in a relatively short time and its lifestyle today is a world away from its origins in a small village in southern Crete.
  • Ship scam exposed in court
  • Fredriksen will appeal
  • Dry cargo exception
  • Japan sees Chinese red
  • London reshuffle ahead
  • Little fish in a big pond
  • A tough week ahead

Traffic Worldweb site
  • Mike Jenkins was careful to warn his audience at the International Warehouse Logistics Association convention that they might not like everything he had to say. And he wrapped up his speech with a plea not to shoot the messenger. But the members applauded their chief executive officer, even after he pointedly warned that unless warehouse operators adapt to provide value-added services, they'll be passed by. It was a message of "tough love," said one attendee.
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  • At Toyota North America, inventory management is a matter of hours, not days. That's why the automaker that pioneered just-in-time inventory and lean manufacturing systems decided it was time to speed delivery of parts to its dealers. Last year Toyota's Parts Distribution Center in Mansfield, Mass., asked Exel Logistics North America, a Toyota supplier since 1986, to create a solution that would ensure next-day delivery to its 110 dealerships in the Northeast, an achievement that cut standard delivery times in half.
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  • New commercial life is sprouting in the Arctic as mining, oil exploration and tourism unlock the economic potential of this vast region. Maritime trade is a beneficiary as more vessels ply polar waters. The challenge for shipping interests is how to regulate these hostile waters without imposing crippling costs on the companies that operate there. Progress is being made on several fronts. The International Maritime Organization is developing a nonmandatory Polar Code that will set standards for pollution control and safe navigation. A harmonized code for polar-class vessels is also in the works.
  • A sudden jump in rail fatalities, along with complaints by customers trying to get competitive pricing for business, has called the question, who's minding the store at Conrail? The question seems even more important given the fact that the railroad recently announced that its closing date will be June 1, three months later than initially hoped for. It could mean three more months of service and safety issues for Conrail customers. However, Conrail officials insist that the snafus are isolated and that there's no reason to worry.
  • Will Costa Rica be as lucrative a market for the United Parcel Service as its name promises? UPS certainly hopes so. The Atlanta-based carrier is following its customers to what it calls its "last frontier" - Latin America. UPS announced that it would begin offering dedicated round-trip service, five days a week, between Miami and San Jose, Costa Rica. It expects the new dedicated service to significantly improve transit times and provide earlier delivery and later pickup times. The service comes in response to the company's 16 percent growth rate in Latin America last year and is one of a number of steps UPS has taken in the past year to expand its presence in the region.
  • Manugistics, once the undisputed king of the supply-chain software vendors, has taken a serious beating. Its stock price has plummeted, its management is in flux and its competitors - chief among them archrival i2 Technologies - are riding high. Manugistics saw its stock price fall from a high of about $66 last April to a little over $9 last week. Both Legg Mason and BT Alex. Brown downgraded the company late last month after it broke off merger talks, announced plans to cut its work force by 30 percent and launched a search for a new CEO. However, the supply-chain software race isn't over yet, and Manugistics still has some advantages.
  • The Port of Montreal notched its 19th consecutive year in the black in 1998 as increasing container and liquid bulk traffic more than compensated for a fall in grain shipments. Dominic Taddeo, port president and CEO, reported a 1.2 percent increase in traffic over 1997, to 21 million tons of freight, the highest since 1990. The strong performance will enable the port to invest more than C$180 million in the expansion and improvement of its facilities during the next five years.

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IBIA, the current carbon intensity indicator of the IMO penalises the bunkerage business
London
Submitted a proposal to change the CII ahead of the next session of the MEPC
Slight quarterly and semester growth of container traffic in the port of Algeciras
Algeciras
New locomotives for transalpine transport of SBB Cargo International
Munich of Bavaria
Order to Siemens Mobility
New historical record of monthly container traffic in the port of Barcelona
Barcelona
Also recorded new maximum spikes of quarterly and semi-annual containerized volumes
New historical record of monthly container traffic in the port of Barcelona
In the second quarter, freight traffic in the Antwerp-Zeegrugge port system grew by 4% percent.
In the second quarter, freight traffic in the Antwerp-Zeegrugge port system grew by 4% percent.
Anverse
The containers were equal to almost 3.4 million teu (+ 2%)
Port of Rotterdam, in recovery of container traffic in the second quarter
Port of Rotterdam, in recovery of container traffic in the second quarter
Rotterdam
In the second half of the year, volumes are expected to rise in other market segments.
CMA CGM accords with Google to apply artificial intelligence to group operations
Marseille
Among the objectives, increase the efficiency of fleet use and containers
In the first half of 2024 the container traffic in the port of Los Angeles grew by 14.4%
Los Angeles
ABB's earnings growth while falling orders
Zurich
Increase in commits in the maritime, port and chemical sectors
Assiterminal, use EU ETS funds for investment in infrastructure and new equipment for port businesses
Assiterminal, use EU ETS funds for investment in infrastructure and new equipment for port businesses
Rome
The trade unions are abandoning the confrontational drift on the Ccnl.
Marsa Maroc will operate two terminals in the Beninese port of Cotonou
Casablanca
The business will be held together with the new public-private company Bénin Manutentions
Clerc (Maersk) : The next few months will also be characterized by a containerized hold deficiency in the face of high demand
Copenhagen
Agreement in Bahrain to set up a shipyard recycling yard
In May, the decline of naval traffic in the Suez Canal was accentuated.
In May, the decline of naval traffic in the Suez Canal was accentuated.
The Cairo
The crossings of tankers have decreased by -41.5% and those of ships of other type by -59.4%
Cognolate is the new president of Assiterminal
Rome
CIMAC has been accredited with consultative status at the International Maritime Organization
Frankfurt am Main
General cargo ship stopped and sanctioned by the Coast Guard of Genoa
Genoa
Found serious breaches of European ship recycling law
European commissioners Valean and Sinkevicius resignations to take place in the EU Parliament
Brussels
The rebound in revenues recorded by OOCL continues.
Hong Kong
In the second quarter of this year, they grew by 14.4%
Singapore port records new historical records of quarterly and semi-annual traffic of containers
Singapore
New maximum peaks also of non-oil bulk bulk
Orders for 2.7 billion to KSOE for the construction of 12 15,500-teu container carriers
Seoul / Sejong
The Fair Trade Commission authorizes the KSOE to acquire 35.05% of the capital of STX Heavy Industries
FMC blocks the entry into force of the Gemini Corporation Agreement between Maersk and Hapag-Lloyd in trades with the USA
Washington
It would become automatically effective on Monday, but the US agency requested more information
In the first half of 2024, the traffic of goods in Russian ports fell by -3.1% percent.
St. Petersburg
Dry goods in decrease of 2.7% and dry bulk of -3.5%
In the port of Klaipeda will begin the construction of a new cruise terminal
Klaipeda
It is expected that the work will depart this year
Inaugurated the new Indian port of transhipment
Inaugurated the new Indian port of transhipment
Thiruvananthapuram
The deep water heater in Vizhinjam is managed by the Adani Ports and Logistics
In the second quarter, acts of piracy against ships, but not violence against seafarers, declined.
In the second quarter, acts of piracy against ships, but not violence against seafarers, declined.
London / Kuala Lumpur
Reported 27 attacks compared to 38 in the April-June period of 2023
Underwriting the agreement for the renewal of the Ccnl of the shipowner industry
Rome
Overall increase to the average parameter (nostrome) of 202 euros
Global Ports Holdings accepts takeover offer of the majority shareholder GIH
London
The proposal includes the delisting of the company
West Sicily's AdSP fagocytes the port of Sciacca in its jurisdiction
Shack
The city administration announces the next signing of the delivery record between the Demanium Marittimo and the AdSP
At Italian Rail Network the management of the last railway mile in the port of Gioia Tauro
Joy Tauro
Signed the act of granting the duration of 15 years
The Parliament of Hamburg has approved in the first reading the agreement for the entry of MSC into the capital of HHLA
Hamburg
71 votes in favour and 34 against
In the first half of 2024 the traffic of goods in Turkish ports increased by 3.2%
Ankara
In the second quarter, volumes with Italy returned to growth after seven quarterly periods of decline.
NovaAlgoma orders what will be the world's largest cementier ship
Lugano
Commissioned at Zhejiang Xinle Shipbuilding, it will have a gross grasp of 38,000 tons
Appeal of the shipping industry for the modification of the Carbon Intensity Indicator
London
Intrinsic flaws-explained six associations-counteract with the common goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the maritime sector
Japan's Oriental Land Co. enters the cruise industry by ordering a ship in Meyer Werft
Japan's Oriental Land Co. enters the cruise industry by ordering a ship in Meyer Werft
Papenburg / Urayasu
It will carry out mini cruises with departure from Tokyo as part of a deal with Disney
CMA CGM-Pasqal agreement to introduce quantum computing technologies in shipping and logistics
Marseille
Training of the personnel of the shipowner group to quantum computation
Le Aziende informano
ABB completa l'acquisizione del business di routing meteorologico di DTN per la navigazione
La transazione è stata completata oggi, in seguito a un precedente annuncio di accordo con il gruppo globale di dati e analisi DTN
The EU Commission has approved aid disbursed from Italy to the Caremar maritime services
Brussels
The in-depth investigation of the companies of the former Tirrenia group ended
Royal Boskalis will acquire the entire control of Smit Lamnalco
Papendrecht
Deal to buy 50% percent of capital from Saudi group Rezayat
Last year, intermodal shipments arriving and departing from Italy have significantly decreased.
Brussels
Recorded reductions of -8.8% and -13.1% respectively
Almost total membership-they stress Filt, Fit and Uilt-at the strike days of port workers
Genoa / Rome
Waiting for a fair response in wage terms and protections
Currently 90% per cent of ship arrivals in the port of Singapore are not scheduled
Singapore
"The effect of the crisis in the Red Sea could be aggravated by the next increase in container volumes," Minister Hon Weng said.
Port Marghera inaugurated the work of the new container terminal Montesyndial
Port Marghera inaugurated the work of the new container terminal Montesyndial
Venice
Di Blasio : It is one of the most important and expected infrastructure works for veneta portuality and the productive fabric of the Northeast
It expects the reduction of maritime traffic in the Panama Canal
Balboa
In the first five months of 2024, the transits of high-fishing vessels were 3,706 (-30.4%)
Port concessions, Financial Economic Plans will have to be drawn up on the basis of a format drawn up by the ART
The State Council has upheld the appeal of the Co. Na.Te. Co. towards the AdSP of Naples for the missed dredgers
The trend of sensitive traffic growth in the port of Bremen / Bremerhaven continues.
Breed
The hike is towed by the containers
Maersk Supply Service will be acquired by Norwegian DOF Group
Storebø / Kongens Lyngby
Transaction of the value of more than 1.1 billion
Assshipowners have no doubts : LNG is the useful fuel for decarbonisation of shipping
Rome
A catalogue of alternative fuels available in every stopover-Messina highlighted-is not reasonably applicable to Italian ports
The US Federal Maritime Commission puts the HMM under observation
Washington
The South Korean company has been included in the list of "controlled carriers"
Spread 41 million euros to improve competitiveness of Italian ports
Rome
Resources also to make the rail and modal transfer more efficient within the scallots
Maersk withdraws from race to acquire German DB Schenker
Copenhagen
Clerc : identified "areas of challenge in the perspective of an integration"
Provisions on the licence plates of new vehicles are likely to damage the activity of port businesses
Genoa
Assiterminal and ANCIP, do not take into account the issues generated in the context of port operations
The Danish government has set up a working group to ensure that the national shipping industry continues to be a leader
Copenhagen
The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach invest in order to equip charging stations for electric trucks
Los Angeles
Allocated 25 million as part of the Clean Air Action Plan
6.5% of the fleet in navigation is able to use alternative fuels or propulsions
Naples
It highlights SRM's "Italian Maritime Economy" report in the focus on reducing shipping emissions.
Positive the second quarter of Wärstilä
Helsinki / Trieste / Rome
Accentuated growth in the maritime segment
Launched a ro-pax of Bluferries
Athens
From the beginning of next year, he will connect Villa San Giovanni with Messina
Fincantieri-Hera agreement for the optimisation of the waste cycle
Bologna / Rome
A newco will be established. The activity will be launched at the shipyard in Monfalcone
Japan's ENEOS cedes fleet of tankers and bulk carriers to a participating newco at 80% percent from NYK
Tokyo
The sale does not include ships for the transportation of crude oil
EU funds for 765 million euros at new railway line-Lyon
Brussels
Also funded access to the Brenner Base Tunnel
Medtruck (MSC group), agreement with trade unions on salary and rights
Rome
In the next 15 days workers will be called upon to speak out on the deal.
Inaugurated the new intermodal rail link between the Central Tuscany Interport and the Darsena Toscana Terminal
Lawn
On arrival in the port of La Spezia the naval means for the construction of the new pier cruises
The Spezia
They will be used for the consolidation of the seabed and prefabrication and laying of the casks
Rhenus has inaugurated two plants near Bologna and Milan.
Lauzac
New branches in Castel San Pietro and Casei Gerola
In June the Port of Long Beach sets a new container traffic record for this month
Long Beach
The EIB finances 90 million of the project of the Darsena Europa of the port of Livorno
Luxembourg
Warriors : full political and financial support for its realization
Agreement between the AdSP of the Central Adriatic and the State Police for the prevention and contrast of cyber crimes
Ancona
Cross (Assoperatives) : Do not stop the realization of major infrastructure
Genoa
Dam of Genoa, Third Valico and motorway grate-points out-are essential works
In the first half of 2024 the container traffic in the port of Hong Kong fell by -5.4%
Hong Kong
In the second quarter, the decline was -7.5% percent.
Renewed the five-year agreement between Honored Shipowners and IMAT for the training of crews
Castel Volturno
Saipem to win two offshore projects in Saudi Arabia
Milan
New assets worth about 500 million
The work on the realisation of the new entrance to the port of Augusta has been carried out.
August
Di Sarcina : Strategic work also in light of the recent transfer of container traffic from Catania
Strong demand for containers is reflected on the profits of the CIMC
Hong Kong
Recorded a significant increase in dry box sales
ALS Customs Services has acquired the Italian Battaglino Customs Services
Hilden
The Milan firm has 79 employees
Approved the 2023 budget of Interporto Campano
Nola
Confirmed Alfredo Gaetani (President) and Claudio Ricci (Managing Director)
Saipem, commits for offshore activities in Azerbaijan
Milan
In programme activity in the Azerbaijani waters of the Caspian Sea
The Danish group SGL buys Brazilian Blu Logistics Brasil
Hvidovre
Agreement to acquire the entire share capital
99.2% million of Fincantieri's 400 million capital increase subscribed to
Rome
Majority shareholder CDP Equity has subscribed to new shares worth 285.8 million euros.
On July 17, the public assembly in Assiterminal will be held in Rome.
Rome
Messina (Assshipowners) : with the renewal of the Ccnl of the shipowner industry valid responses to the needs of workers
At The Spice Container Terminal start the scallops of the 21,000-teu container ships of OOCL
The Spezia
Inaugurated the Onshore Power Supply plant of the port of Valletta
Floriana / Geneva
Every Wednesday "MSC World Europa" will connect to the electric grid of the stopover
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PSA, measures to mitigate congestion in the port of Singapore are having success
Singapore
In recent months, it has increased, among other things, the need to handle containers several times.
Presented the XII National Report on the Economy of the Sea
Rome
The sector generates a direct added value of 64.6 billion euros.
Set up in the construction site of Ancona the construction of the extra-aluminum cruise ship Four Seasons I
Trieste
Fincantieri will deliver it by the end of 2025
Hapag-Lloyd announces preliminary results of first semester
Hamburg
The company believes that the second half of 2024 will be better than previous expectations.
In May the traffic of goods in the port of Ravenna decreased by -3.0%
Ravenna
The month of June is expected to decline by -3.3% percent.
The economic-financial analysis of Fedespedi of containerized shipping companies
Milan
Laying of the keel of the new ultra-luxury megayacht destined for Aman at Sea
Genoa
Ceremony in the construction site of St. George of Nogaro of T. Mariotti
Danaos confirms order in China for five new container ships
Athens
Four will have a capacity of 9,200 teu and one of 8,258 teu
In Barcelona the first container terminal in the Mediterranean with electrified quay
Barcelona
On Friday the inauguration of the Onshore Power Supply plant in Hutchison Ports BEST
The revenue growth of Taiwanese Evergreen and Yang Ming continues
Taipei / Keelung
YML orders 9,100 new containers
Inaugurated in Gioia Tauro the quay that will host the pole of naval reparations
Joy Tauro
Agostinelli : This year the container traffic in port will challenge the four million teu
Chinese group Hengli will build a shipyard on the island of Changxing
Dalian
Investment of the value of 1.3 billion
SFL Corporation renews with Maersk the rental of four container ships
Hamilton
The capacity of ships will be high from 8,700 to 9,500 teu
Prysmian, record of installation of a cable in ultra-deep waters
Milan
Test for installation at -2,150 meters
Germany's Rhenus has acquired 15% percent of France's C Chez Vous
Holzwickede
Is specialized in the delivery of goods weighing more than 30 kilograms
Astilleros Armon delivered the dual-fuel ferry Margarita Salas to Baleària
Dénia
Can be powered to liquefied natural gas
Brothers Cosulich orders two new chemical bunkering tankers
Genoa
They will be taken in delivery in the first semester of 2026
Lineage buys the abruzzese supplier of Eurofrigor refrigerated warehouses
Amsterdam
Manages a refrigerated cell structure of more than 24,000 square meters in Controwar
Fincantieri vara to Ancona the cruise ship Viking Vesta
Los Angeles
In mid-2025 it will be delivered to American Viking
At the end the constructive phase of the port of Porto Torres
Cagliari
Entrusted to a Technical Advisory Panel on the issue of the greatest costs of opera
In China, the keel of the new ro-pax has been laid down. GNV Virgo
Genoa
It will be the first ship of GNV's fleet to be powered by liquefied natural gas
In Genoa, the World Day of Ausile Navigation
Genoa
On August 22, IALA will assume the legal status of intergovernmental organisation
SFL Corporation orders the construction of five container ships from 16,800 teu
Hamilton
Commits the value of a billion dollars to New Times Shipbuilding
In 2023, Fratelli Cosulich recorded financial performance second only to those records of 2022
Genoa
OMT (Accelleron) acquires the OMC2
Reflights
The Company manufactures high precision fuel injectors for marine, stationary and rail engines
PORTS
Italian Ports:
Ancona Genoa Ravenna
Augusta Gioia Tauro Salerno
Bari La Spezia Savona
Brindisi Leghorn Taranto
Cagliari Naples Trapani
Carrara Palermo Trieste
Civitavecchia Piombino Venice
Italian Interports: list World Ports: map
DATABASE
ShipownersShipbuilding and Shiprepairing Yards
ForwardersShip Suppliers
Shipping AgentsTruckers
MEETINGS
On July 17, the public assembly in Assiterminal will be held in Rome.
Rome
Messina (Assshipowners) : with the renewal of the Ccnl of the shipowner industry valid responses to the needs of workers
The assembly of Assagents will be held in Genoa on June 25.
Genoa
Event entitled " Mari inquieti. Routes and conflicts : the incognition of traffickers "
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PRESS REVIEW
Samsung, HMM clash in US over shipping rates
(The Korea Times)
Houthis Mount Biggest Month of Attacks on Ships This Year
(Bloomberg)
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FORUM of Shipping
and Logistics
Relazione del presidente Tomaso Cognolato
Roma, 17 luglio 2024
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Last year, freight traffic in Dutch ports fell by -7.6% percent.
The Hague
Reduction of volumes in all major merceological compartments
Chantier Naval de Marseille will retrofit two other cruise ships of AIDA Cruises
Rostock
They are part of the class "Sphinx"
Genovese De Wave has acquired Inoxking
Genoa
The Company manufactures steel furniture and refrigeration systems for the maritime industry
The downturn of container traffic in the port of Piraeus continues
Hong Kong
Overall, the volumes handled by the COSCO Shipping Ports network have been increased.
MSC gets 97.71% of the capital of Gram Car Carriers
Oslo
In the coming days the acquisition of the remaining shares
Hapag-Lloyd reiterates its own terminalist division
Hamburg
A Hanseatic Global Terminals make 20 container terminals in 11 nations
ADNOC Logistics & Services orders in Korea 8-10 new liquefied natural gas vessels
Abu Dhabi
They will be built by Samsung Heavy Industries and Hanwha Ocean
Kombiverkehr is alarmed at the reduction of DB Cargo services for intermodal transport
Frankfurt am Main
The company is looking for alternative partners
Fincantieri will build a fourth NFS submarine for the Italian Navy Navy
Trieste
Commits of the value of 500 million euros
MSC ready to acquire 15% of ADR in Genoa Airport
Genoa
The shipowner group has submitted a binding proposal to buy
Four major critical areas in view of the entry into force of the FuelEU Maritime Regulation
Rome
Workshop on the theme of the Young Group of Confitweapon
Technical Varo of the second of the four GNV ro-pax ships under construction in China
Genoa
The "GNV Orion", of 52,000 tons tsl, will be taken over in the summer of 2025
Assshipowners have strengthened their structure
Rome
Insertion into the organic of Simone Parizzi, Mattia Canevari and Cesare Crocini
Japan's MOL acquires 25% of the logistics company Tanzaniana Alistair Group
Tokyo
Port of Ravenna, over four million euros destined for new mediums of less environmental impact
Ravenna
A ban on the replacement of the means currently operating in the quay
Rosetti Marino, new committed for offshore EPC activities worth more than 400 million euros
Ravenna
It envisages the realization of the topside of the gas production platform that will be installed off the coast of Libya
They return to grow the revenues of the FedEx express courier
Memphis
In the coming months, a continuation of the current positive trend is expected.
Assagents analyzes the impact on maritime traffic of the geopolitical crises in place
Genoa
On July 9 Adria Ferries will inaugurate a new ferry line between Italy and Montenegro
Ancona
Biweekly service between the ports of Ancona and Bar
State Railways and Eni continue cooperation in the field of alternative fuels
Rome
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines will have 72% of the capital of Gearbulk
Tokyo
You will acquire an additional 23% held by Halberton Holding (Jebsen family)
The Young Shipowners Group of Confitarma launches the website ItalianSeafarers
Rome
Presented the training opportunities offered by the companies and the ITS foundations
In 2023, passengers on MSC Crusere ships nearly doubled.
Geneva
The Explora Journeys business also started in August.
EQT Infrastructure VI fund buys Constellation Cold Logistics
Stockholm / London
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