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

23 September 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 23:07 GMT+2

free news
Sched Netweb site
APRIL 11, 2016
  • A-E rate falls 14pc to US$291/TEU, down 13.6pc to Med ports
  • US farm lobby wants Congress to revise or revoke UN box weigh-in rule
  • Less than 20pc of member states have agency to enforce box weigh-ins
  • Evergreen joins O3's Phoenician Express between Asia and Mediterranean
  • Wan Hai has best profit margin among container lines
  • US Army warns against Canadian Pacific takeover of Norfolk Southern
  • Global box trade to grow by 4.1pc in 2016: Clarksons Research
  • US retailers expect 'steady climb' after last year's 'roller coaster'
  • Hong Kong Marine Department to crack down on ship pollution in port July 1
  • Hamburg leads development of 'smart' global network 'ChainPORT'
  • Walmart to build the biggest cold chain warehouse in China at Dongguan
  • Fears shipping industry will suffer if UK votes to quit European Union
  • Agility opens new offices in Bogota, Medellin and Cali in Colombia
  • Calls for shipping industry to embrace technology to improve operations
  • Singapore holds 6th Maritime Security Management Summit May 11-12
  • Multimodal show in Birmingham to include air cargo workshop May 10
  • 13th Annual International Trade Symposium in Norfolk, Virginia May 12-13
  • Alaska Air agrees to buy Virgin America for US$2.6 billion
  • Global air freight volumes decline 5.6pc in February, IATA reports
  • FAA: Air cargo to rise 3.5pc a year, fear of terrorists means more freighters
  • IATA ramps up electronic-airway bill adoption in Europe, North America

free news
Exim Indiaweb site
APRIL 10, 2016
  • Court rejects €1.56 m claim against marine surveyor accused of poor stowage
  • MANSA's proposed conference on 'Ease of Doing Business' gets Ministry of Shipping's support
  • MOL's next-generation car carrier to feature energy-saving rounded bow
  • New voyage charter party for LNG trade issued
  • NYK President stresses on power of communication & curiosity in address to new employees
  • Procam Group moves 24 windmill blades from China to India
  • Schedule reliability declines for third consecutive month
  • Special cell to give fillip to coastal shipping
  • ZIM carries very high-value Salvador Dali art
  • Cochin Chamber of Commerce & Industry calls for change in policies to retain & develop business on Willingdon Island
  • GMB celebrates 35th Foundation Day & 53rd National Maritime Day
  • PSA Sical Terminals at VOC Port achieves highest ever monthly throughput in March
  • S. Balaji Arunkumar appointed Deputy Chairman of Kolkata Dock System, Kolkata Port Trust
  • Cabinet approves MoU between India & Sweden on technical cooperation in rail sector
  • CWCNSL's Chennai Red Hills CFS inaugurated
  • East Coast Railway loads the most cargo in 2015-16
  • KASEZ bucks trend to register impressive export growth in 2015-16
  • Three Independent Directors appointed to CONCOR Board
  • Tractors too add to DICT throughput
  • Exim Bank inks MoU with Islamic Development Bank to boost exports
  • Forex reserves now at record high
  • Govt promises further steps to facilitate export turnaround
  • India the world's 19th top exporter: WTO
  • The Adani Group's statement regarding media reports about Indians having foreign bank accounts as per the so-called Panama Papers

free news
International Transport Journalweb site
APRIL 11, 2016
  • The hunt for local airfreight heroes
  • More rail capacity in Kansas
  • Kempf for Kerry
  • India and Sweden cooperate in rail sector
  • Enhancement for Bronka
  • Door manufacturer dishes out major contract
  • New president of European inland navigation
  • Malayan forwarder investing in fleet
  • Next generation on the move
  • Singapore Maritime Week casts offshore shadow
  • No "to let" signs here
  • Adverse headwinds worldwide for freight
  • Twice on winners' podium
  • Iata: De Juniac to succeed Tyler
  • Stef and Toyota MHE working together

free news
IHS Maritimeweb site
APRIL 8, 2016
  • US ports struggle to break down cyber barriers
  • New Vale shipping deal could spur even more orders
  • German multipurpose startup Zeaborn boosts fleet
  • External finance critical to cut supply chain gap between Africa and other regions
  • Container rates resumed fall in February after two months of rise
  • Korea Line swaps 74% of Samsun Logix's debt for equity
  • Korean shipbuilder DSME breaks two-month order drought
  • 'K' Line books two Aframax tankers at Namura's Sasebo yard
  • China iron ore port inventories reach over 100 million tonnes
  • ICS warns on UNCLOS changes
  • TAS Offshore to go to law as third vessel is cancelled
  • Second wave of strike action hits Australian ports
  • China bans most imports from North Korea
  • Decision-maker: Long-distance runner
  • Warning: Side effects of investing in shipping may include...

free news
The Loadstarweb site
APRIL 8, 2016
  • IRU 'hid' $554 million of members' funds through TIR carnet scheme, claims whistleblower
  • Hapag-Lloyd first ocean carrier to ditch GRIs and go FAK in bid to stop falling box rates
  • Freight forwarders see their future growth and profitability in value-added services
  • Alibaba overtakes Wal-Mart as world's biggest retailer
  • Comment: ships flagging out in Europe
  • Atlas Air closes $100m acquisition of Southern Air

free news
Marine Logweb site
APRIL 8, 2016
  • Kirby takes delivery of ATB tug from Nichols Brothers
  • Springer named President of Glosten
  • Father and son indicted in fishing vessel pollution case
  • DNV GL updates Nauticus Hull and Sesam GeniE
  • Latest cruise ship toys: tourist subs
  • MOL's FLEXIE car carriers will have new bow shape
  • 13,500 TEU box ships to have Wartsila Auxpac 32 gensets

free news
World Wide Shipperweb site
APRIL 8, 2016
  • Alaska Airlines to begin flights from Bellingham to Kona, Hawaii
  • Mitsui O.S.K. Lines reveals new car carrier hull design
  • Agreement targets four dams for removal from Klamath River
  • Crowley Maritime adding over $32 million in new gear
  • Ports America takes delivery of two post-Panamax cranes

news on subscription
Lloyd's Listweb site
APRIL 8, 2016
  • Brexit risk for UK cargo ports if border controls imposed
    Forth Ports' Perry Glading warns that freight would back up within hours if customs checks on EU imports were reinstated
  • View from the Bridge: Rolf Habben Jansen
    A merger, an IPO and the first profit since 2010 - Hapag-Lloyd chief executive Rolf Habben Jansen has plenty to be pleased about
  • Reefer Quarterly: Leading from the front
    The first of a new series of quarterly updates from the refrigerated container market
  • Capesize market picks up pace as demand gallops
    Iron ore shipments trigger capesize market recovery
  • #PanamaPapers: Steak at home
    Shipping companies are so far ahead of the tax game that they have little to fear from Panama Papers
  • April GRIs proving to be short-lived
    Asia-Europe and transpacific rates fall to put a significant dent in carriers' latest price push
  • New tanker trade created as Saudi Arabia ships crude to Poland
    Saudis driven by desperate desire to grab new market share to get ahead of oil producing rivals
  • Data Hub: Trade Routes
    Lines look to placing ULCs on the Asia-US trade but risk the same overcapacity found on Asia-Europe services
  • Lion's share
    MPA chief Andrew Tan wants to forge Singapore's core maritime capabilities into an unbeatable whole. But regional competition is fierce
  • Casualties of war
    The Singapore War Risk Mutual cover was introduced in the wake of alarms raised over sea robbery in the Malacca Strait, but is it the better option?
  • TAS Offshore receives contract termination notice for another offshore vessel
    Ship had been scheduled for delivery in December 2015
  • AgTC to make fresh call for box weighing changes
    Farm and forest product shippers want Congress to accept 'rational method' for verifying gross mass
  • Navig8 Chemical Tankers inks sale and leaseback agreements with Chinese leasing firm
    Net proceeds from tanker sales will come to $140,025,600 after a 12% sellers' credit
  • US ports looking to spend $154.8bn on infrastructure projects, says AAPA
    US government needs invest more on infrastructure in seaports and intermodal networks
  • China Ocean Industry Group gets government approval for Shenzhen joint venture
    Venture will be involved in public car parks, electric vehicle charging facilities and commercial real estate
  • Automation arrives in Long Beach with first ship call at new terminal
    OOCL's Long Beach Container Terminal sees start of vessel operations at Middle Harbor facility
  • Forth Ports ready to look at Thamesport
    Tilbury owner sees no future in containers for Hutchison's beleaguered UK facility

news on subscription
The Journal of Commerceweb site
APRIL 8, 2016
  • No shortage of small fleets, drivers, TIA chair Tucker says
  • BNSF uncertain it will pursue LA-Long Beach terminal
  • US imports forecast to rise, but not spectacularly
  • ILA's Dennis Daggett questions lessors' support of NY-NJ chassis pool
  • US Customs can't guarantee ACE won't have more 'stumbles'
  • Seattle-Tacoma's first investments as alliance will aid mega-ship handling
  • Financing may be tallest hurdle for Africa ports
  • Rising exports have Oakland hoping for a rebound
  • St. Petersburg terminal gains market share on lower prices
  • Port workers plan to expand strike from Fremantle to Sydney
  • Greek dockers strike as Athens inks Piraeus sale to China's Cosco
  • Spot rate rally runs out on Asia-Europe route
  • India refrigerated provider expands to meet growth
  • FMC's Doyle: Solutions needed on SOLAS compliance

news on subscription
TradeWindsweb site
APRIL 8, 2016
  • Globus Maritime switches Nasdaq listing
    Dry bulk owner switches to the Nasdaq's small cap market site
  • Houston Ship Channel unfazed by fire
    Plume of black smoke hits entrance to the channel, but ship transits unaffected.
  • Bondholders give Viking Supply more time
    Investors vote for standstill deal to allow Swedish offshore owner to restructure.
  • Jinhui duo see pay packets stay stable
    Higher salaries mitigate smaller bonus payments for Ng Siu Fai and Ng Kam Wah Thomas.
  • Krasnoye Sormovo pushes up 2015 profit
    Russian shipbuilder adds 14% to bottom line as revenue almost doubles.
  • Big tanker queue builds up at Basrah
    Close to 30 ships waiting to load amid delays at Iraqi port.
  • ICBC clinches Vale charter for 10 VLOCs
    Chinese group becomes the third to confirm long-term deal for newbuilds with Brazilian miner.
  • Stifel raises its VLCC rates view for 2016
    Analyst Ben Nolan sees earnings progressing while stocks will continue to lag.
  • Nuclear fuel ship refloats after grounding
    Swedish waste carrier back in action after getting stuck off Barseback on Friday morning.
  • No trial over fatal Lady Ozge clash
    French prosecutors end investigation into 2012 collision with tanker that killed fisherman.
  • Lykiardopulo tipped for tanker sale
    Greek owner shedding ageing LR2 at strong price, brokers say.
  • Angelicoussis in double suezmax swap
    Greek owner shifting a pair of tankers from Daewoo-Mangalia to DSME's main yard, sources say.
  • Widodo orders launch of new sea routes
    Indonesian president wants better connections between islands.
  • Vroon fixes out new livestock carrier
    Dutch owner's Chinese newbuilding heading to Australia on term deal with Frontier International.
  • Seaspan tipped to make its move for GCI
    Wells Fargo believes takeover of joint venture fleet could help support dividend.
  • Shih Wei ends 2015 with slim loss
    Taiwanese bulker owner hurt by rising finance costs as revenue dipped.
  • NYK set for major pipe-laying play
    Head of the energy division says major investment could be on the way.
  • EMGS Q1 utilisation falls to 55%
    Oslo-listed seismic player's reduced fleet hit by planned drydocking in first three months.
  • TGS revenues plunge in 'severe' first quarter
    Norwegian seismic survey ship charterer forecasting big drop in worst three-month period of downturn.
  • Armed pirates target crude tanker off Nigerian coast
    Vessel reportedly approached by small craft at speed, but evasive manoeuvres foiled attackers.
  • Chileans see Florida International Terminal concession extended
    SAAM-operated facility has option of adding another two contract renewals for five years each.
  • Shipping stocks end lower in US trading
    Shipping equities fell today along with broader US stock indices as investors fled risky assets.

news on subscription
American Shipperweb site
APRIL 8, 2016
  • NEWS FLASH: DOJ opposes CP's proposed voting trust
  • CORRECTION: Executive Moves: UPS and ICAT Logistics
  • DOT chief asks port officials to help win TPP support
  • Oakland's containerized exports increase, but imports drop
  • Port Manatee's container volumes surge 36%
  • MOL joins Ocean3 Asia-Med loop
  • EUROGATE increases net profits 13.4% in 2015
  • SCFI falls back down to earth
  • JLL hires noted industry economist as chief strategist
  • Lineage adds to Charleston's cold storage capacity
  • Drewry finds Maersk stock 'unattractive'
  • CenterPoint adds warehouse near Port of Virginia
  • Deadlines for DOT freight grants, strategic plan move close
  • AAR: U.S. freight rail traffic drops 6.5% in Q1
  • Executive Moves: Port Freeport, IFCO and TruckSmart
  • Port of Zeebrugge loses major container service
  • CP states its case for Norfolk Southern bid (again)

news on subscription
The Bunker Bulletinweb site
APRIL 8, 2016
  • Second-month selling pushes ICE Brent briefly into backwardation
    The oil complex turned lower Thursday as the market focused attention on bloated inventories and abundant supply.

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