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December 2, 2022

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Exim India web site
DECEMBER 2, 2022
  • AMTOI ESG Council formed
  • Maritime SheEO Conference 2022 successfully held
  • Long-term container ocean freight rates continue decline; much tougher times seen in 2023 for global carrier community
  • Railways' freight loading & revenue up again
  • Container train operations from Ratnagiri to JN Port
  • India's steel imports from Russia highest in 4 years
  • No recession seen in 2023 for APAC region
  • India-Australia ECTA to come into effect on Dec. 29
  • RITES secures export orders worth Rs 2,100 cr.

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International Transport Journal web site
DECEMBER 2, 2022
  • GAC is in love with Sweden
  • Brand-new direct rail link between Rijeka and Enns
  • Messi knighted as logistics ambassador
  • First Tiger added to fleet
  • IGS service to roll
  • Changes at APM Terminals in India
  • 4th edition of Air Express Market Outlook is out
  • Between 22 airports in Europe and USA
  • Eco-friendly trucks for South African retailer
  • New York-New Jersey on track
  • Second automotive tenant in logistics park
  • JAS promotes Lars Huebecker
  • System Alliance repositioned
  • Technological transformation in progress
  • Bolloré Logistics picks Rania Saoud
  • PAC helps deliver male rhino to Honolulu Zoo
  • "Curiosity of the Day"

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The Loadstar web site
DECEMBER 1, 2022
  • 2M split may be on the horizon as tonnage-rich MSC prepares to go it alone
  • US House backs 'September agreement' to prevent crippling rail strike
  • DB Schenker - 'It's complicated'
  • Fate of the air cargo market 'largely in the hands of US consumers'
  • 'Not the mother of all peak seasons'
  • Russian shipper demand for rail freight services keeps rates on the rails
  • FMC gives thumbs-up to US east coast chassis pool
  • Fees for import boxes staying too long at Houston? Computer says 'no'
  • Charles Lams appointed Bolloré Logistics MD for Argentina and Uruguay
  • Mark Cosgrove and Chris Radley to take leading roles in Dachser logistics growth

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Marine Log web site
DECEMBER 1, 2022
  • Vigor begins work on USS John Paul Jones (DDG 53)
    Vigor has been awarded a $131 million U.S. Navy contract to complete a docking selected restricted availability (DSRA) on USS John Paul Jones (DDG 53) at Harbor Island in Seattle. The guided
  • Bleutec moves ahead on Jones Act wind turbine installation solution
    Yesterday, Houston-based Bleutec Industries reported that it had received a "significant equity investment" from private equity firm EnCap Investments L.P. Today, it signed a Memorandum of Understanding that provides for Wärtsilä to
  • VesselsValue names top 10 ship owning nations
    Rebecca Galanopoulos Jones, senior content analyst at online ship valuation and data provider VesselsValue, has analyzed the top 10 global ship owning nations, looking into the total fleet values, S&P activity, and
  • Navtek and e1 Marine in MOU
    Turkey's Navtek Naval Technologies, whose credits include the world's first all-electric tugboat, has signed an MOU with e1 Marine, the company whose methanol-to-hydrogen technology is a key element of Maritime Partners Hydrogen
  • BMT unveils new CTV design
    BMT has added a new 32-meter offshore wind crew transfer vessel (CTV) design to its portfolio that includes a fully hybrid propulsion option. A number of BMT-designed hybrid vessels are already in

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Container News web site
DECEMBER 1, 2022
  • European Union agrees provisional ETS deal for shipping industry
    The European Parliament and the European Council have embraced the calls of the industry stakeholders to earmark European Union Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) revenues back to the maritime sector to support its energy transition. European shipowners welcome this outcome. According to European Community Shipowners' Associations (ECSA), at least 20 million ETS allowances, which correspond to US$
  • Global bunker indices continue firm decline
    According to the weekly outlook of Marine Bunker Exchange (MABUX) for bunker prices, global fuel indices continued their firm decline. The 380 HSFO index fell to US$4,504.59/MT, the VLSFO index decreased to US$722.45/MT and the MGO index dropped to US$1,088.38/MT. Global Scrubber Spread (SS) - the price differential between 380 HSFO and VLSFO - did not change significantly over week 48 - minus US
  • GAC Group acquires ESL Shipping's ship agency in Sweden
    Global shipping, logistics and marine services provider GAC Group has acquired Finland-based ESL Shipping's Swedish subsidiary Norra Skeppningsgruppen (NSG). This is the second Swedish ship agency purchase by GAC this year. The transfer of NSG to GAC Sweden was completed today (1 December 2022). The purpose of the acquisition of NSG is to further support GAC Sweden's comprehensive range of ship a
  • Orders for methanol-fuelled ships overtook LNG bookings in October
    Monthly orders for methanol-fuelled ships overtook LNG bookings for the first time in October, as noted by DNV. The methanol-fuelled vessel order book was boosted by Maersk, COSCO Shipping Lines and OOCL with a combined order total of 18 container ships, bringing the total of methanol-fuelled container vessels on order and in operation to 47. There are also 25 methanol-fuelled oil/chemical tanker
  • Shipyard workers across Hyundai Heavy Industries group to strike
    Employees across the Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) group of shipyards have voted to strike on 6, 7 and 13 December, as dissatisfaction with inflation and inadequate salaries mounts among South Korean workers. It is the first time that workers in the HHI group, comprising HHI, Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries (HSHI) and Hyundai Mipo Dockyard (HMD) are going on coordinated industrial action. HHI and
  • Demolition prices slip to US$525 per LDT in India: BIMCO
    According to a shipping analysis from BIMCO, conducted by Filipe Gouveia, demolition prices slip to US$525 per Light Displacement Tonnage (LDT) in India despite policy change. On 18 November, India's government removed export tariffs on iron ore and some intermediary steel products. However, this was not enough to keep domestic ship demolition prices from dropping to US$525 per LDT at the end of
  • Sea-Intelligence reports increased sailing volatility
    The volatility, in terms of how many vessels more or less are sailing from week to week, has increased dramatically into the North America West Coast, according to a latest report from Sea-Intelligence. "Vessel delays/early arrivals, blank sailings, and extra-loaders, all increase the volatility in the number of sailings per week. Moreover, the fluctuations have increased sharply compared to befo

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Splash web site
DECEMBER 1, 2022
  • Castor Maritime fixes financing for containership pair
    Cyprus-based diversified owner Castor Maritime has secured $22.5m in funding from an Asian lender to partly finance its expansion into the container shipping sector. The Nasdaq-listed company recently took delivery of its first two containerships, Ariana A and Gabriela A, from shipowning outfit Pavimar, controlled by Ismini Panayotides, sister of Castor's chairman and CEO, Petros ...
  • Ardmore's methanol-to-hydrogen venture teams with Turkey's Navtek for hydrogen powered car carriers and tugs
    US-based methanol-to-hydrogen technology company e1 Marine has teamed up with Turkish naval design and engineering specialist Navtek to develop hydrogen-powered vessels for the European market. The first project will see the development of a 120- to 160 m-long hydrogen-powered car carrier design that requires 8 MW to 10 MW propulsion, with the focus then shifting ...
  • Saab offloads maritime traffic management business for $42m
    Sweden's Saab has sold its Maritime Traffic Management (MTM) operation to funds advised by pan-European mid-market private equity firm Agilitas for an enterprise value of around €40m ($42m). Headquartered in Apeldoorn, the Netherlands, MTM is a provider of software solutions for vessel traffic, ports and terminals used by port authorities or coast guards to monitor ...
  • Purus Marine's HST orders battery hybrid CTVs at Damen
    Offshore services provider HST Marine, part of Purus Wind, the offshore wind business of Julian Proctor-led Purus Marine has contracted Dutch shipbuilder Damen Shipyards for the supply of three new battery hybrid crew transfer vessels (CTVs). The trio is already under construction at Damen Shipyards Antalya in Turkey and is scheduled for delivery in early ...
  • Peterson seals integrated logistics deal with ODE Asset Management
    Peterson has been awarded a three-year contract by ODE Asset Management (ODE AM) to provide integrated logistics services from the Port of Lowestoft. Under the contract, Peterson will support Doris Group's unit with quayside services, fuel bunkering, road transport and other logistics services for its seven offshore managed assets in the Southern North Sea. Peterson's ...
  • Nordic Shipholding to be liquidated
    Denmark-based Nordic Shipholding is to be wound down following the disposal of its entire fleet of product tankers earlier this year. Backed by its majority shareholder, Nordic Maritime, the company is calling for a general meeting to initiate a voluntary solvent liquidation. "No distribution of funds to the shareholders is anticipated upon completion of the ...
  • GAC acquires ESL Shipping's agency business in Sweden
    Global shipping, logistics and marine services provider GAC has acquired the agency business of Finland-based ESL Shipping's Swedish subsidiary Norra Skeppningsgruppen (NSG) for an undisclosed sum. The transfer of NSG to GAC Sweden was completed on December 1 and marks the second Swedish ship agency purchase by GAC this year, following the acquisition of Hasting ...
  • Positive news for shipping as China eases covid restrictions
    In the wake of unprecedented protests Beijing's zero covid stance looks to be easing. The strict pandemic rules have stymied industrial production all year, and put a brake on shipping earnings. However, following mass protests across the nation last weekend, the authorities do appear to be looking for a way to move on from the ...
  • Jones Act WTIV startup Bleutec lands EnCap Investments backing
    Jones Act offshore wind turbine installation vessel (WTIV) player Bleutec has secured a capital commitment from compatriot private equity firm EnCap Investments. The Houston-based company s developing a so-called proprietary binary marine installation solution (BMIS) which is said to enable a cheaper alternative to heavylift jackup WTIVs currently being employed by the offshore wind sector ...
  • GoodBulk: Waiting on China
    From his office in Monaco overlooking the Med, John Michael Radziwill is looking for any signs that China might be changing its stance on covid, something that looks increasingly likely this week. The famous dry bulk owner, like many of his peers, has been frustrated by China this year. "China and their economy and covid ...
  • Strikes proliferate across Korean yards
    Unionised workers at the three yards of Hyundai Heavy Industries Group - Hyundai Heavy Industries, Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries and Hyundai Mipo Dockyard - will go on four- and seven-hour strikes on December 6 and 7 before an indefinite general strike is scheduled for December 13. Workers are demanding better pay conditions. This marks for ...
  • Van Stee Offshore taps Damen MPSV for ultra-shallow water work
    Dutch offshore support vessel operator Van Stee Offshore has signed a contract with Damen Shipyards to deliver an ultra-shallow draught multipurpose vessel. The 80 m long vessel, dubbed Multibuster 8020, is the first class that combines elements of Damen's multi-cat and shoalbuster workboat classes to create a large-scale platform capable of undertaking a wide variety ...
  • Korean VLCC sets new price benchmark
    For the last couple of weeks, industry watchers have been waiting to see what the 2013-built VLCC would fetch. The seller, SK Shipping, first received several bids at around $63m, not enough to let the 314,00 dwt vessel go . Now brokers report the vessel sold for $66m, with some brokers linking compatriot Korean owner ...
  • Eolus and Simply Blue launch Baltic Sea floating wind venture
    Renewable energy developers Eolus of Sweden and Ireland-based Simply Blue have formed a joint venture to develop four commercial-scale floating offshore farms in the Baltic Sea. The joint venture, named SeaSapphire, is targeting two projects in Sweden and two in Finland that would produce up to 40TWh annually. The wind farms are planned 100 km ...
  • Vintage capes deployed to ship coal from Russia to China
    Since the European Union banned coal imports from Russia, export volumes have fallen, forcing Russia to discount coal outside the EU. For ships in the capesize segment this has led to an increase in tonne miles while vintage ships have been rescued from the breakers. Russia has cemented its position as the second largest exporter ...
  • Japanese press ahead with larger liquefied hydrogen carriers
    The Japanese have taken a notable step forward in developing larger sized liquefied hydrogen (LH2) carriers. ClassNK has issued an approval in principle (AiP) for a dual fuel generator engine using hydrogen gas as fuel and related machinery systems and arrangements for a 160,000 cu m liquefied hydrogen carrier developed by Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI), ...
  • Landslides block road to Brazil's Paranagua and Antonina ports
    Landslides after heavy rain on Tuesday blocked the main access route to the ports of Paranaguá and Antonina, said the Portos do Paraná on its website. An update on Wednesday morning noted that the road remained closed. Brazil's Federal Highway Police asked drivers to avoid the road. On Tuesday, when about 400 vehicles were expected, ...
  • BP starts production from Cassia C facility offshore Trinidad and Tobago
    BP Trinidad and Tobago LLC (bpTT) has delivered the first gas from its Cassia C development. Cassia C is bpTT's first offshore compression platform and its biggest offshore facility. It will enable the company to access and produce low-pressure gas resources from the Greater Cassia Area. The platform is connected to the existing Cassia hub, ...

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Lloyd's List web site
DECEMBER 1, 2022
  • Queues to pass through Bosporus Strait worse than past year
    The backlog is a result of the recovery of activity lost to the lockdowns imposed on key global economies, new...
  • Car shipping market expected to turn as Chinese automakers order ships
    MSI analyst warns of an excess of newbuilding ship orders as new entrants line up to come into the sector...
  • Top 10 in regulation 2022
    The nature of the regulatory debate within shipping is reaching an inflection point when it comes to emissions, but the...
  • Lloyd's List annual Top 100 finds shipping struggling with transition
    Individual actions still matter in shipping, even as shipowners' power is waning. Yet this year's defining moment has come from...
  • Ukraine war risk reinsurance premiums set to increase
    Basic hull and machinery rates are hardening. However, it is wrong to describe current situation as 'hard market' in the proper...
  • New LNG supply deals to boost shipping demand
    US-based Sempra has agreed a long-term deal to provide liquefied natural gas to the UK company Ineos, sourced from the...
  • ABS launches maritime software company
    Wavesight will combine ABS' fleet management and vessel performance platforms, which the classification society says are already installed on more...
  • Ports warn of risks from Europe's emission scheme
    Cargo lost to transhipment hubs could be lost for good. European Union regulations must ensure diversions do not disadvantage EU...
  • One Hundred People 2022: Dishonourable mentions
    From a blatant disregard for seafarer welfare, to criminal and fraudulent behaviour, alongside a failure of technical and regulatory oversight...
  • New US chassis pool approved for southeastern ports
    Dubbed the South Atlantic Chassis Pool 3.0, it will serve shippers, ocean carriers and motor carriers across Alabama, Florida, Mississippi...
  • Daily Briefing
    Greek tanker calls expose Russia's looming post-sanctions tonnage shortfall | EU reaches preliminary agreement to include shipping in ETS from...
  • Shipping companies that ignore ESG at risk of being left behind
    Companies who do nothing on the ESG front will have difficulties obtaining financing from banks

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The Journal of Commerce web site
DECEMBER 1, 2022
  • Bi-partisan Senate vote ends threat of US rail strike
    The Senate measure ends the threat of a country-wide rail strike that could have begun Dec. 9, crippling cargo movement in the midst of the holiday season.
  • Louisiana funds new transload facility for Port NOLA
    The short-line rail operator for the Port of New Orleans has received a state grant that will fund a new transload facility offering faster access to major highways.
  • US truckload spot rates sag in November in atypical move
    Several US truckload shippers say they are leery of using the spot market because they wish to maintain strong relationships with their trucking partners rather than be seen as transactional when the market flips in favor of carriers.
  • Trans-Pac service contracts renegotiated lower to reflect changed market
    Freight rates in many eastbound trans-Pacific service contracts have been renegotiated lower as carriers seek to prevent customers from bailing on them to take advantage of plunging spot rates.
  • European lawmakers agree on shipping's Emissions Trading System
    Months of negotiations by Europe Union executive bodies over how shipping will be included in the Emissions Trading System have ended in agreement, with member states to have the final say in mid-December.

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TradeWinds web site
DECEMBER 1, 2022
  • Dry bulk market should pick up in 2023 as China eases zero-Covid policy, experts say
    But coronavirus outbreaks could lead Beijing to hold off on policy rollback
  • Jesper Bo Hansen leaves ZeroNorth after just nine months
    Long-time shipping executive departs tech firm but has yet to announce his next move
  • Price cap reportedly pitched at $60 per barrel amid shipping confusion
    Poland is reportedly a holdout against the suggested cap, which is intended to kneecap Russian oil profits
  • Concordia Maritime mulls further ship sales after asset price boom
    Swedish-listed company has four remaining product tankers on long-term charters
  • 'Relieved' European shipowners hail EU emissions trading breakthrough but hope for IMO alignment
    EU shipping lobby group applauds the earmarking of funds for decarbonisation research and the adoption of 'polluter-pays' principle
  • OSV owners dish: Is ESG like MSG, or something even more unpleasant?
    Executives let loose as marine finance conference concludes
  • LNG shipowners plead for regulatory certainty to grow and renew fleet
    Athens conference talks LNG shipping from yard capacity to sale-and-purchase, and everything in between
  • Ardmore-backed e1 Marine to develop hydrogen-powered car carrier
    Clean shipping joint venture also plotting design for methanol fuel cell-powered tug
  • Streetwise: For Giveans and Ginsberg, there can be second acts in the play of ship finance
    This week, our finance newsletter goes to New Orleans and catches up with two men who have remade their careers within the maritime finance landscape
  • 'Astronomical': Frontline switches clean tanker to crude after an offer it could not refuse
    Dirtying up of clean tankers continues as rates skyrocket
  • VLCCs the winners from tough price cap stance
    Kpler says suezmaxes would be the biggest beneficiaries if G7 eases off on scheme
  • Naftomar returns to tankers as buyers hoover up product tanker candidates
    Investors turn to sizes and types that used to be less popular amid tanker buying craze
  • Carriers Matson and Pasha mothball container ships as demand slumps
    Idle fleet continues to grow up as first container ships enter lay-up
  • Bulker operators chase Raysut Cement Company for outstanding bills - but who's to blame?
    Oman's biggest cement company owes money to several major bulker firms. Legal claims have provoked a tangled blame game
  • German tonnage providers prepare for container shipping's 'next crisis'
    Shipowners such as Leonhard & Blumberg and Offen Group ponder 'where next?' in regulatory fog
  • European sanctions strike set to spur tectonic change for tankers
    Fresh restrictions on Russia trades and uncertainty over Opec+ plans look set to reshape crude carrier markets
  • Nordic Shipholding to be liquidated after selling last product tankers
    Main shareholder Nordic Maritime agrees to write off part of loan
  • Stena AB logs best profit in 76-year history as it adds $641m loan
    Tanker, ferry and gas carrier group boosted by rising markets, although rigs are still making a loss
  • Insurance broker Miller expands in Asia with new hire
    The specialist UK company is strengthening its marine team in Singapore
  • Risk, returns and robots: Norden rolling out algorithmic trading with new hire
    Bulker and tanker owner-operator has been experimenting with 'algo' trading models and is ready to level up
  • Bugbee backs Scorpio strength with second stock option deal in two weeks
    Tanker owner's president spends $1.19m on chance to acquire 400,000 shares
  • Ports group DP World takes 'Swiss cheese' approach to decarbonisation
    Terminals operator handling 10% of world container traffic is layering greener technologies on top of each other like slices of cheese to cover the holes
  • Frontline stock frenzy continues as Morgan Stanley reveals $166m stake
    US investment bank appears to be second biggest investor in John Fredriksen's tanker company after share deals
  • Veteran car carrier sinking after collision with cargo ship off Indonesia
    All 17 crew from the Serasi I were reported to be safe after taking to life rafts
  • Capital Gas locks away LNG newbuilding on 10-year deal
    Latest time charter leaves Greek shipowner with five open vessels as charterers continue to circle tonnage
  • Evangelos Marinakis inks LR2 tanker duo in China as Greeks open talks with yards
    Newbuilding interest in the sector is growing as the market is set to benefit from Russian oil sanctions
  • GEOS expects asset values to keep climbing after selling PSV
    Norwegian owner offloads older vessel as third-quarter profit improves
  • Shipowning company Lila Global keeps Anil Sharma smiling during the recycling downturn
    Shipowning has become a very serious business for the founder and chief executive of GMS
  • Rio Tinto sees iron ore shipments in 2023 unchanged from this year
    Producer forecasts little growth in exports
  • Seanergy Maritime beats estimates as profit slumps in weaker market
    New York-listed capesize owner stays confident as time charter equivalent revenue slumps
  • OSV owners dish: Is ESG more like MSG, or something even more unpleasant?
    Executives let loose on green-forward movement as marine finance conference concludes

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American Shipper web site
DECEMBER 1, 2022
  • Maritime History Notes: Tankers landed for Apollo program
    Three laid-up Mission tankers were enlisted to help get a man on the moon.
  • Back in the saddle: Air Canada relaunches equine service
    Air Canada is once again offering horse transport thanks to the addition of freighter aircraft to its fleet.
  • Could Russia sanctions work in practice even if they fail on paper?
    Even if no oil moves under price caps, Russian exports could face deep discounts and continue to flow via "shadow tankers."

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Indian government tender for the realization of a large container port of transhipment in the Indian Ocean
New Delhi
Indian government tender for the realization of a large container port of transhipment in the Indian Ocean
It will have a capacity of 16 million teu. Expected an investment of five billion dollars
As a result of the war in Ukraine the Cypriot Naval Register has lost 3.7 million tsl
Limassol
In the meantime, ships have been registered for two million tsl. New office of Royal Caribbean in Limassol
In 2022 the port of Marseille Fos handled 77 million tons of cargo (+ 3%)
Marseille
Record of containers. Overall passenger traffic has returned to pre-pandemic levels
New York Port has established a new historic record of annual container traffic
New York
Downturn in activity in the fourth quarter of 2022
The proposals of Conftransport for the transport and logistics sector
Rome
Salvini : I asked the European Transport Commissioner for the start of the infringement procedure against Austria.
Hapag-Lloyd acquisir à 35% percent of the Indian J M Baxi Ports & Logistics
Hapag-Lloyd will acquire 35% of India's J M Baxi Ports & Logistics
Hamburg
Agreement to raise the share to 40% with a capital increase
Hapag-Lloyd has made another investment in the port terminal sector, an area in which the German containerized shipping company has recently entered prepotently ...
Stable in 2022 the traffic of goods handled by the ports of Sardinia
Cagliari
Continued recovery in the passenger sector
MSC and Maersk decide to dissolve alliance 2M with effect in January 2025
MSC and Maersk decide to dissolve alliance 2M with effect in January 2025
Geneva, Copenhagen
It was activated in 2015
Confitweapon's satisfaction with the EU parliamentary committee's approval of the provisions on naval credit
Rome
For many years, it has been for many years to strive to ensure that, for bank regulatory purposes, the naval credit is gradually assimilated to infrastructure.
Investing in the Blue Economy to create jobs, raise income levels, and reduce emissions
Losanne
This suggests a scientific study published in "Frontiers in Marine Science"
Inaugurated in Arenzano the new School of High Training for Doctors of Bordo
Arenzano
Messina (Assshipowners) : It is a concrete response to the real and compelling need to ensure the health and safety of those navigating
SAILING LIST
Visual Sailing List
Departure ports
Arrival ports by:
- alphabetical order
- country
- geographical areas
Last year, freight traffic in South Korean ports decreased by -2.3%
Seoul
The containers were equal to 28.8 million teu (-4.1%)
Initiative to activate Livorno an ITS path dedicated to logistics and transport
Livorno
To Noghere a new productive cluster integrated at the port of Trieste
Trieste
The Port System Authority of the Eastern Adriatic Sea has purchased an area of 350,000 square meters
Monday in Rapallo will be held in the first edition of "Shipping, Transport & Intermodal Forum"
Genoa
The current situation and prospects of the maritime and logistics sector will be analyzed.
In Livorno a three days of Assoports to deepen the aspects of urban transformation in the port city
Livorno
Two of the association's technical groups will meet : the one specialized on the theme of port-city relations and that of urban planners.
Corsica Sardinia Ferries participates in Neoline's project to realize a ro-ro sailing ship
Corsica Sardinia Ferries participates in Neoline's project to realize a ro-ro sailing ship
Go Ligure
Will be employed on a transatlantic route
On Thursday in Milan a conference of Fedespedi on "The logistics digitalization and the PNRR"
Milan
Since 2020 the Federation has made its contribution to the construction of the Plan
RINA bought American Patrick Engineering
Genoa
It is an active engineering consulting firm primarily in the fields of infrastructure, transport and renewable energy
Last year the traffic in goods in the port of Ancona decreased by -2.3%
Ancona
Resumption of passengers
The ship inclinatasi in the port of Genoa has been subject to administrative detention.
Genoa
Ascertained over 20 deficiencies of which some particularly severe
Saipem awarded two offshore contracts for an amount of 900 million
Milan
Activities in the South Atlantic and the Sea of Norway
Changed Risso buys German Trident Special Risks
Genoa
In 2022, the Genovese company reached a premium volume of 440 million and net income of 57 million.
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
In Livorno a three days of Assoports to deepen the aspects of urban transformation in the port city
Livorno
You will meet two technical groups ...
On Thursday in Milan a conference of Fedespedi on "The logistics digitalization and the PNRR"
Milan
Since 2020 the Federation has made its contribution to the construction of the Plan
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PRESS REVIEW
3rd oil tanker body found, 5 workers still missing
(Bangkok Post)
TAS Offshore in talks to build 27 tugboats
(The Star Online)
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FORUM of Shipping
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Relazione del presidente Daniele Rossi
Napoli, 30 settembre 2020
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