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Exim Indiaweb site
OCTOBER 1, 2022
  • JNPA adds another feather to its cap; bags the Most Admired Central Entity promoting PPP (Ports) award
  • Adarsh Hegde steps down as President; George Joseph takes charge
  • Sarjak Container Lines wins NVOCC of the Year (Special Equipment) award at MALA 2022
  • Baltic Exchange Market Report (30 September 2022)
  • Schedule reliability continues to improve in August 2022
  • Ease of Doing Business in India (contd...)
  • TSAA celebrates its 70th successful year with a glittering event
  • Unified Logistics Interface Platform receiving tremendous response
  • RBI gets good response for trade settlement in Re
  • 'RBI has to be cognizant of the fact that targeting inflation will slow down growth especially in infrastructure'
  • China top rice importer from India during April-July '22
  • India mulls 15 pc duties on UK imports against curbs on steel products

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International Transport Journalweb site
OCTOBER 1, 2022
  • Switzerland: ro-mo to be phased out by 2026
  • Building on Far East air freight business
  • First 200 of a total 2,000 E-daily available by 2023
  • WFS to be acquired by Sats
  • From West to East Coast
  • Esbjerg initiates offshore collaboration
  • Generix Group promotes Aïda Collette-Sène
  • Saudia Cargo extends partnership with Unilode
  • US short line railroad changes hands
  • A UK reach-out to Ireland
  • Greater capacity on East Med and Black Sea
  • Ukraine Intl Airlines names Kyryl Zvonarov
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Air Canada Cargo launches service to St. John's
  • UK waste haulier adds new tippers to fleet
  • Deepak Ahuja joins Zipline
  • New Central Europe unit for Otto
  • More than 100,000 teu

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The Loadstarweb site
SEPTEMBER 30, 2022
  • DB Schenker CEO: 'Changes forced on supply chains by the pandemic are here to stay'
  • Spot rates still tumbling, but carriers 'can still make good money', says NVOCC
  • Cargo area modernisation at LAX at last - a relief for frustrated forwarders
  • Current climate could see thousands of SME hauliers driven off the road
  • Against the odds: DSV, M'rsk, DP-DHL & Kuehne - Swinging
  • Fewer orders 'bodes poorly' for China's exports as Golden Week looms
  • 'Where's Willie?' is the cry as WCS ends and IATA looks increasingly irrelevant
  • IndiGo adds its first freighter as it targets India's growing air cargo market
  • DFDS to integrate Sunswap electric reefer systems into its trailer fleet

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Marine Logweb site
SEPTEMBER 30, 2022
  • Carnival narrows losses, ups revenues and disappoints analysts
    The world's largest cruise company - Carnival Corporation & plc (NYSE/LSE: CCL; NYSE: CUK) - had some positive trends to report when it released its third quarter 2022 business update this morning.
  • New Hong Kong ferries on the way
    Bureau Veritas (BV) is to class nine high speed passenger ferries that will transport over 5 million passengers annually on three routes between Hong Kong and outlying islands Lamma Island, Peng Chau,
  • TTB 2023 to focus on making the green transition work
    The U.S. tugboat, towboat and barge industry may already be the safest, most environmentally friendly, and most economical mode of freight transportation, but it is faced with the challenge of making a

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Container Newsweb site
SEPTEMBER 30, 2022
  • North Italian terminal orders new equipment
    Italian terminal Terminal Del Golfo (TDG) operated by Tarros Group has ordered an eco-efficient Generation 6 Konecranes Gottwald Mobile Harbor Crane for their operation in La Spezia. The crane will be equipped with an external power supply that lowers operating costs while reducing noise and exhaust emissions. The order was booked in July 2022 and the crane will be delivered in the first quarter
  • MABUX reports decrease in global fuel prices
    Over Week 38, Marine Bunker Exchange (MABUX) global bunker indices continued moderate sliding downward with the 380 HSFO index falling to US$496.37/MT, the VLSFO index decreasing to US$748.81 USD/MT and the MGO index dropping to US$1075/MT Meanwhile, the Global Scrubber Spread (SS) weekly average - the price differential between 380 HSFO and VLSFO - declined over Week 39 to US$258.21. In Rotterda
  • Major Chinese ports report container volume growth from January to August
    Chinese container ports have seen a 4.1% increase in the period January-August 2022, compared with the same months last year, with 194.4 million TEU. In the same period, China's ports have moved 10.24 billion tons, which represents a marginal 0.1% year-on-year decrease. The chart below shows the cargo throughput and container throughput data of the twelve major ports in China, according to China'
  • Lyttelton Port Company achieves record container volumes amid higher profits
    Lyttelton Port Company (LPC) has surpassed 500,000 TEU in its financial year 2022 (1 July 2021-30 June 2022), breaking its all-time container record. The total container volume was 502,210 TEU, representing a 15% growth from FY 2021. In addition, LPC achieved to raise its net profit after tax for FY 2022 by 18% compared with the previous year, reporting US$18.9 million. "It's been a year of great
  • Guangzhou's Nansha port to build new container berth
    Guangzhou Port Group, which operates the fourth-busiest container port in China, will invest over US$1 billion in building a new berth in the Nansha port area that will add 500,000 TEU of annual container processing capacity. On the whole, Guangzhou Port has a current annual capacity of over 23 million TEU and handled 24.18 million TEU in 2021, up 4% from 2020. Nansha, particularly, has been the
  • Hapag-Lloyd introduces new feeder service between Colombo and Chittagong
    Hapag-Lloyd has announced a new feeder service between the port of Colombo in Sri Lanka and the port of Chittagong in Bangladesh aiming to bring more fluidity into its transshipment movement. The German company's new Chittagong Colombo Feeder (CCF) service is expected to enable swift connections from Chittagong to the carrier's global network via Colombo, according to Hapag-Lloyd's statement. "It
  • Liverpool port strikes intensify as senior officials voted to join walkouts
    Nearly 600 Liverpool port workers will take seven days of fresh strike action beginning on 11 October and ending on 17 October, according to the British trade union Unite. As well as port operatives and engineers, who began two weeks of industrial action on 19 September, senior control room operators and control room operators have now voted to join the strikes. In addition, the port's dock maste
  • CMA CGM's Containerships strengthens Germany-UK connection
    CMA CGM's subsidiary, Containerships has integrated the port of Hamburg into its liner service BALT1. The intra-European liner service "BALT-1" started in Hamburg on 23 September with the departure of the vessel Containerships VIII. The new service is expected to increase the frequency of sailings between the ports of Hamburg, Rotterdam and Teesport and provide a direct and fast connection betwee
  • Ports of Hamburg and Halifax ink MoU to decarbonise shipping corridor
    The Halifax Port Authority and Hamburg Port Authority have announced their collaboration to decarbonise the shipping corridor between Halifax, on Canada's east coast, and Hamburg, along Germany's northwest coast. The leaders of the two port authorities, Jens Meier, CEO of the Hamburg Port Authority, and Captain Allan Gray, president and CEO of the Halifax Port Authority, signed a Memorandum of Un
  • CN analysis: India container freight rates continue to slide amid weakening demand
    Container freight rates on trades out of India continue to taper off amid falling demand, according to a new market analysis by Container News . On the westbound India-Europe trade, contract prices from West India [Jawaharlal Nehru Port (JNPT)/Nhava Sheva or Mundra Port] to Felixstowe/London Gateway (UK) or Rotterdam (the Netherlands) have slipped to US$4,400/20-foot container and US$4,800/40-foo
  • Schedule reliability continues to improve, Maersk still at top spot
    Danish maritime data analytics company, Sea-Intelligence has published a new Global Liner Performance (GLP) report, with schedule reliability figures up to and including August 2022. Global schedule reliability continues to trend upwards, recording the largest M/M increase in 2022 of 5.8 percentage points, and reaching 46.2% in August, according to the report that covers schedule reliability acro

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Splashweb site
SEPTEMBER 30, 2022
  • Petrofac North Sea workers to vote on strike action in pay dispute
    Around 140 UK North Sea workers employed by energy services company Petrofac are being balloted for strike action in a dispute over pay. The Unite trade union said if the industrial action goes ahead it will have a major impact on the maintenance and running of Repsol's North Sea platforms and the Flotta oil terminal ...
  • DOF Subsea secures series of contracts
    Norway's DOF Subsea has won multiple new project awards and a contract extension in the Atlantic region, totaling more than 500 vessel days excluding options and a combined value of more than $80m. The Oslo-listed company said that one of the awards is from a major oil and gas operator. The SURF project includes the ...
  • Singapore's Sentek Marine charged for buying $56m worth of stolen marine gasoil
    Singapore's bunker supplier Sentek Marine & Trading was charged in court with acquiring marine gasoil that was embezzled from Shell's facility in Pulau Bukom. Sentek is facing 42 charges under the Corruption, Drug Trafficking and Other Serious Crimes Act for acquiring property that it knew was another person's benefit from criminal conduct. The company allegedly ...
  • Seacon tanker spills oil after collision with fishing vessel off the Netherlands
    A Chinese product tanker has spilled oil into the sea after colliding with a fishing vessel at an anchorage in Ijumuiden off the coast of the Netherlands early Thursday morning. The 2021-built Golden Daisy, operated by China's Seacon Shipping Group, was hit by ARM 18 Joris Senior at around 3.00 hrs local time, suffering an ...
  • Liverpool port faces further strike action
    Nearly 600 Liverpool port workers are set to stage an additional week-long strike next month in a dispute over pay. Unite, the union representing workers at Mersey Docks and Harbour Company (MDHC), part of Peel Ports, currently engaged in a two-week strike that ends on Sunday, will strike for a second time, starting October 11. ...
  • Valemaxes are squeezing capes for Brazilian iron ore exports
    The valemax fleet is taking an ever greater chunk of iron ore exports out of Brazil at the expense of capesizes, new data from BRS shows. Brazil iron exports carried on these giant ships have shot up from 84m tonnes in 2018 to 136.7m tonnes last year, according to BRS. Up to last weekend, valemax ...
  • Box contract rates fall
    The latest data from the Xeneta Shipping Index reveals long-term contracted rates fell by 1.1% in September. This is the first drop since January and one of only three declines in the past 21 months. However, analysts at Oslo-based Xeneta expect it won't be the last. Xeneta CEO Patrik Berglund commented: "Over the past couple ...
  • Pelagic Partners comes onboard giant new Saudi fund
    Saudi Arabian shipyard International Maritime Industries (IMI) has created a giant new shipping fund in Cyprus to be managed by Pelagic Partners. The Global Maritime Fund (GMF) aims to manage assets worth $1.25bn by the end of 2023, growing to $10bn over the next 10 years and will serve as a platform to kickstart business ...
  • Jones Act waiver issued for tanker off Puerto Rico
    Hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico will receive a temporary waiver from the 1920 federal maritime law known as the Jones Act, according to US Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. "In response to urgent and immediate needs of the Puerto Rican people in the aftermath of Hurricane Fiona, I have approved a temporary and targeted Jones Act waiver ...
  • Singapore's digital progress
    Singapore has encouraged the digitalisation of shipping for several years now. Splash assesses what the tangible local benefits have been. Singapore was ranked number one under maritime innovation by the Menon Economics-DNV Leading Maritime Cities of the World report in January 2022 and it is little surprise - the investment and joined up thinking between ...

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Lloyd's Listweb site
SEPTEMBER 30, 2022
  • Why shipping may not have a choice when it comes to net zero
    The private sector is now racing ahead of the IMO's decarbonisation trajectory with increasingly robust requirements to hit zero emissions...
  • Ian regains hurricane strength as it heads towards South Carolina
    Ports of Savannah and South Carolina have suspended vessel operations
  • Shipowner Costas Fostiropoulos dies at 78
    Career in shipping spanned about 50 year from first venture in New York
  • Politics, macroeconomics and war unsettle outlook for marine insurance
    Seeing the sector back in the black is positive for insurers - and ultimately for their shipowner clients too - but watch...
  • Liverpool workers plan further strike over pay claim
    Dock workers at Liverpool remain unsatisfied with a pay offer from Peel Ports. Further cargo delays expected as vessel calls...
  • Torm update signals giant product tanker profits for third quarter
    Medium-range tankers are earning nearly $42,000 per day compared with average breakeven fleet costs of $8,600
  • V.Group chief sees ESG as vital element of corporate strategy
    Shipmanagers' boss is adamant that there should be a separation between board chairman and chief executive if the G is...
  • Ship recycling feels impact of credit restrictions and currency turbulence
    Upturn anticipated in scrapping sales amid falling freight rates for dry cargo and containership sectors
  • Maersk sees no risk of hard landing as rates plummet
    Chief executive Søren Skou sees 'significantly less demand' as conditions that drove rates boom reverse. Carriers will now have to...
  • Shipping should keep a wary eye on China's uncertain outlook
    China's economic resilience may allow it to withstand a few more months of the current ordeal of uncertainty before the...
  • The Lloyd's List Podcast: Unravelling IUMI 2022
    The annual marine insurance confab, IUMI, was held in Chicago this year. So Lloyd's List selflessly hopped on a flight...
  • Black Sea blockade cuts Ukrainian steel exports by 77%
    There is chatter circulating on the grapevine about expanding the grain corridor to encompass iron and steel products. However, nothing...
  • MOL Group partnership to boost fleet-wide fuel efficiency
    MOL has set targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions intensity in marine transport by approximately 45% by 2035
  • Daily Briefing
    Shipowners' emission payments to EU should be 'earmarked for special fund' | Greece and Cyprus seek greater consultation on Russia...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
SEPTEMBER 30, 2022
  • Carriers pivot on the fly as Asia-US spot rates plummet
    Spot rates in the eastbound trans-Pacific are dropping so quickly -- and by such large amounts -- that industry analysts warn carriers could soon be carrying containers at a loss.
  • Oakland port's strategic role at risk with ballpark project: admirals
    Two retired US Navy admirals are recommending that the national security impact of the Port of Oakland's Howard Terminal ballpark project be considered more seriously.
  • UP, CSX reaffirm commitment to small, mid-sized shippers
    CSX and Union Pacific say they are committed in the long term to all intermodal shippers, whether they use private containers with Schneider National or rely on the rail-owned container pool.
  • No recession for US warehouse demand: JOC Inland speakers
    Despite predictions that the US economy is headed for a recession, warehousing demand keeps mounting as different streams of goods fill available space, experts told the JOC Inland Distribution Conference.
  • SAP-led insurance solution taps Nexxiot for container tracking devices
    A trio of technology providers want to give shippers the ability to tie sensor-based container data to in-transit cargo insurance decisions.
  • Air freight rates tumble as demand weakens, capacity rises
    Spot rates on some air cargo routes out of Asia have fallen below long-term contract levels, mirroring the development in ocean shipping.
  • Rate slide on Indian trades halves intra-Asia contract pricing levels
    Growth forecasts for Indian exports have been challenged by the dual headwinds of adverse geopolitical factors and rising inflationary pressures plaguing larger economies.

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TradeWindsweb site
SEPTEMBER 30, 2022
  • Remember February 2009? That's the last time tanker S&P indices were this high
    Active sale-and-purchase market sees tanker values continue to soar past highs of more than a decade ago
  • Capesize and panamax bulkers tread water in 'lethargic' Pacific basin
    Average spot rate for C8 roundtrip voyage between Brazil and Europe jumped 50% since last Friday to more than $20,000 per day
  • Grimaldi adds to tally of ro-ro orders with Chinese shipyard
    Order for another pair of Eco-class vessels means Naples-based shipowner now has 14 of the newbuildings
  • Performance Shipping continues shopping spree with eighth aframax tanker
    The Athens-based shipowner grabs a Phoenix Energy Navigation-linked vessel for $35m
  • Greek tug operators fined €4.36m in wide-ranging cartel probe
    Hellenic competition watchdog lowered penalties after nine wrongdoers agreed to settle
  • Carnival further narrows losses as it relaxes Covid-19 rules but still misses estimates
    New York-listed cruise ship giant posts a $688m adjusted net loss for third quarter, significantly exceeding $1.87bn in red ink a year earlier
  • Chemgas confirms deal for LPG carrier quartet amid expansion drive
    Jaegers-controlled firm breaks into the market for semi-refrigerated carriers
  • 'Happy marriage': Navigator expands again with $233m Greater Bay ethylene fleet deal
    US-listed shipowner forming joint venture with Chinese partner to build up gas operations
  • How the women who run ASBA Miami narrowly avoided strike three
    After two straight conferences were cancelled due to Covid, organisers were not going to allow a hurricane to get in their path this year
  • Editor's selection: Emissions trading pleas ignored, booming LNG rates and Tiptree's 'magic pipe' probe
    A look back at some of the week's best stories
  • Tanker demand tipped to rise 6% in 2023 on Russian aggression, says Clarksons
    Impact of invasion of Ukraine and refinery changes are key to the changes, says broker
  • Port and supply chain congestion puts carbon savings in holding pattern
    The potential for just-in-time shipping to reduce carbon emissions is being disrupted by persistent delays that make efficiency gains harder to achieve
  • Sanctioned Russian shipbuilder USC clinches cruise ship orders
    Domestic group Vodohod puts pen to paper for three new vessels at subsidiary yard Krasnoye Sormovo
  • UniCredit fights on in $24m Euronav tanker cargo fraud row
    Italian lender granted right to appeal by UK High Court in legal spat over alleged mis-delivery
  • BP pays top dollar to snare CoolCo LNG carrier as market burns
    Six-figure rates being paid across all vessel types as charterers slug it out for any available tonnage
  • Out-of-class veteran VLCC Viki changes hands for $29.5m
    Former Angelicoussis tanker has now been sold three times in less than two years to unknown interests
  • Norway's Hoegh Autoliners offers 100% biofuel on runs from Amsterdam
    CEO Andreas Enger says it is important to demonstrate that meaningful decarbonisation measures are already available
  • Tanker demand tipped to rise 6% in 2023 on Russsian aggression, says Clarksons
    Impact of invasion of Ukraine and refinery changes are key to the changes, says broker
  • Tankerska Plovidba to launch offer for MR tanker spin-off TNG
    Croatian owner aiming to mop up remaining 9% interest in daughter operation after share buys in recent days
  • Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Center says green fuel conversion for container ships can add 33% capex cost
    But building for methanol or ammonia, or LNG to ammonia, is doable with clever designs, says Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping
  • Columbia's O'Neil says Saudi transformation plan has 'global significance'
    Vision 2030 plan to diversify from fossil fuels has the potential to set the bar for other maritime clusters, CEO argues
  • Greece's Costas Fostiropoulos passes away aged 78
    Veteran owner successfully turned his family's business from cars to ships
  • US energy major ExxonMobil ups its LNG order haul to 13 as it firms up seven newbuildings
    MISC takes another duo as a Japanese name emerges to take on energy major's pre-reserved berths
  • All eyes now turn on the IMO to close the carbon fuel price gap
    Despite engagement from many major players to address climate change, even the optimists now see that little can change unless the UN agency takes decisive action
  • Cargill's Jan Dieleman declares his 'love' for shipping and an 'allergy to greenwashing'
    Head of Cargill Ocean Transportation receives maritime sustainability prize in Athens
  • Germany's Schulte Group follows aframax sales with LR1 disposals as its tanker fleet shrinks
    German owner reported to have trimmed interests down to small product carriers
  • Seafarers' Trust photo competition winners capture loneliness and friendship
    Annual event is intended to show the day to day life of seafarers
  • Nordea headhunts Fearnley Securities' Erik Hovi to spearhead shipping drive
    Nordic lender is targeting a move back into maritime equity research as loan book grows
  • Singapore's Sentek Marine charged over theft of Shell marine gasoil worth $56m
    Singapore bunker company latest to face the music over marine gasoil stolen from Pulau Bukom refinery
  • VLCC owner Sentek Marine charged over theft of Shell marine gasoil worth $56m
    Singapore bunker company latest to face the music over marine gasoil stolen from Pulau Bukom refinery
  • Yee Yang Chien: Leaving MISC is like leaving home
    MISC boss hints he may not be gone from shipping for good. But first, he wants to perfect his golf skills
  • Energy transition should be embraced together, says MISC's Yee Yang Chien
    The energy transition has led to a lot more unity and a willingness to cooperate rather than compete
  • 'Mission accomplished' for MISC's transformative leader Yee Yang Chien
    Yee reflects on his career and whether he will emerge in another shipping role
  • Stifel gives 'buy' rating to Genco on 'opportunity to play a strengthening winter'
    US investment bank gives $20 price target to the New York-listed shares

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American Shipperweb site
SEPTEMBER 30, 2022
  • Trade takes people: Navigating new economic normal and year of labor
    The imbalance of the supply chain now is based on human error and port congestion. We know trade is slowing down, but the congestion skews...
  • Air cargo sector plays bigger role in CO2 emission reductions
    Airlines are pushing governments and energy producers for more sustainable fuels. And the cargo sector is helping create more market demand for them.

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FROM THE HOME PAGE
Anche lo slancio dei risultati economici della CMA CGM ha perso forza
Marsiglia
Nuovo record di ricavi trimestrali. Nel periodo luglio-settembre i carichi trasportati dalla flotta sono tornati a crescere
Affidata la progettazione dell'elettrificazione di banchine dei porti di Bari e Brindisi
Bari
Contratto del valore di 488mila euro
La giapponese MOL ordinerà due nuove navi da crociera
Tokyo
Investimento di 100 miliardi di yen per unità da 35.000 tsl
Il porto di Trieste cresce nei primi dieci mesi del 2022 ma arretra nell'ultimo quadrimestre
Trieste
Nel periodo luglio-ottobre movimentate 18.325.525 tonnellate di carichi (-7,7%)
Prestito di 43 milioni di euro della BERS a Serbia Cargo
Londra
Fincanziato anche il potenziamento del porto kazako di Aktau
La Banca Europea per la Ricostruzione e lo Sviluppo (BERS) ha concesso un prestito di 43 milioni di euro alla società ferroviaria merci statale serba ...
FESCO acquisterà portacontainer da 6-7.000 teu di seconda mano per importare banane dall'Ecuador
Mosca
Da febbraio a marzo 2022 le spedizioni di banane ecuadoriane verso la Russia sono calate da 9,32 milioni a 5,83 milioni di casse
La prima nave di Explora Journeys prenderà il mare il prossimo 17 luglio
Ginevra
Partirà da Southampton verso il Nord Europa sino ad oltre il Circolo Polare Artico
FerMerci, l'aumento del costo dell'energia rischia di bloccare il trasporto ferroviario merci
Roma
Domani l'associazione proporrà un “Patto per la formazione del personale di esercizio nel trasporto ferroviario merci”
Taglio della prima lamiera della nave da crociera Silver Ray
Papenburg
Silverseas Cruises decide di rinviare di un mese il lancio della gemella “Silver Nova”
Il Korean Register autorizzato a fornire servizi di certificazione e sorveglianza alle navi greche
Atene
Accordo con Ministero delle Attività marittime e delle politiche insulari di Atene
Ad ottobre il traffico delle merci nei porti marittimi cinesi è aumentato del +3,7%
Pechino
Il solo traffico da e per l'estero è stato di 393,4 milioni di tonnellate (+0,2%)
Nel terzo trimestre, per la prima volta in due anni, gli scambi commerciali del G20 sono diminuiti
Parigi
Ulteriore indebolimento della crescita del commercio di servizi
Bucchioni: SNAM ha diritto di sviluppare la sua attività, ma il porto della Spezia ha il diritto di decidere come utilizzare le proprie infrastrutture
La Spezia
I terminal ex art.16 e art.18 - ha ricordato il presidente degli agenti marittimi - sono le imprese titolate a svolgere le operazioni di imbarco-sbarco merci
Nel terzo trimestre il traffico delle merci nel porto marocchino di Tanger Med è cresciuto del +19%
Ksar El Majaz
Nei primi nove mesi del 2022 l'incremento è stato del +11%
Progetto per realizzare un nuovo porto franco nel Galles
Londra
È stato presentato da Associated British Ports, da Port of Milford Haven e dalle contee di Neath Port Talbot e Pembrokeshire
AGCS, l'inflazione ha l'effetto di incrementare la gravità dei sinistri marittimi
Monaco di Baviera
I recenti aumenti dei valori delle navi e dei carichi significano che le perdite e le riparazioni stanno diventando più onerose
SAILING LIST
Visual Sailing List
Departure ports
Arrival ports by:
- alphabetical order
- country
- geographical areas
Nel 2021 il traffico delle merci nei porti dell'UE è aumentato del +4,1% (-3,5% sul 2019)
Bruxelles
Nel segmento dei container, il traffico in Italia è rimasto stabile mentre è cresciuto nelle altre principali nazioni marittime
DATABASE
ShipownersShipbuilding and Shiprepairing Yards
ForwardersShip Suppliers
Shipping AgentsTruckers
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
MEETINGS
Genova, workshop “Nuove energie ai porti”
Genova
Si terrà venerdì a Palazzo San Giorgio
Interporto di Nola, convegno su ZES e logistica
Nola
Si terrà il 3 novembre
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PRESS REVIEW
Dollar crisis hits shipping sector as payment to MLOs face hurdles
(The Financial Express)
APSEZ forms JV with Gadot Chemical Terminals in Israel to buy Haifa Port
(Business Standard)
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FORUM of Shipping
and Logistics
Relazione del presidente Daniele Rossi
Napoli, 30 settembre 2020
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