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BRIEFS
October 5, 2022

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International Transport Journalweb site
OCTOBER 5, 2022
  • Class I to develop rail facility in California
  • Cargo markets remain weak in Asia Pacific
  • Pallet-Track network is growing in UK
  • Breaking ground in Japan
  • Clarksons sees "solid maritime conditions"
  • A quality stamp for challenging animal transports
  • Crane Worldwide Logistics welcomes Janet Ang
  • Transnatur selects new partner in Germany
  • Iberia and Italy have a new land and sea service
  • JV for new terminal in Abu Dhabi Ports
  • AFS picks Kevin Day
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Sabarot enlarges its central warehouse
  • Containerships greets the Duke
  • IAG Cargo: apply now for apprenticeship scheme
  • Acia Aero and IPRC to convert three ATR 72-600
  • Alpha Trains to acquire 15 more Vectrons
  • Röhlig expands US activities
  • Hapag-Lloyd strengthens presence in Latin America

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The Loadstarweb site
OCTOBER 4, 2022
  • Shippers demand change as battle lines are drawn over EC review of CBER
  • CMA CGM appoints box line veteran, Guillaume Lathelize, to head airline
  • Charterers take back market control as containership hire rates collapse
  • M&A radar: DSV + FedEx - how does 'DSV Express' sound?
  • Hapag-Lloyd in billion-dollar deal to buy Chilean port operator SAAM
  • Tumbling freight rates may delay Korean government sale of shares in HMM
  • Against the odds: Near-shoring - is Mexico the real 'real deal'?
  • 'Parcelisation' the next big thing as B2B e-commerce sparks change in air cargo
  • Earnings season looms, with all eyes on the 'health' of Expeditors
  • Maersk Container Industry CCO Søren Leth Johannsen to be next CEO

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Marine Logweb site
OCTOBER 4, 2022
  • Canadian Coast Guard makes new moves to reduce fleet emissions
    The Canadian Coast Guard (CCG) today announced two significant steps it is taking to reduce its emissions in line with the Government of Canada's 2030 and 2050 commitments on greenhouse gases: the
  • TotalEnergies eyes seagliders for offshore platform crew transfers
    Are all-electric seagliders the future for getting personnel to offshore platforms? French super major TotalEnergies is looking at the idea. It has reached an agreement with Massachusetts-based start-up REGENT (Regional Electric Ground

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Container Newsweb site
OCTOBER 4, 2022
  • Konecranes hybrid RTGs to enhance COSCO Spain box terminals
    Chinese container terminal operator COSCO SHIPPING Ports (Spain) Terminals (CSP) has ordered 11 eco-efficient hybrid Rubber-Tyred Gantry Cranes (RTGs), with six machines for their terminal in Bilbao and five for their terminal in Valencia. The order was booked in the third quarter of 2022, while the value of the order is approximately €20 million. Konecranes said that cranes' hybrid drives allow
  • Hapag-Lloyd buys SM SAAM terminal business for US$1 billion
    Hapag-Lloyd will acquire the entire terminal business of the Chile-based company SM SAAM, including SAAM Ports and SAAM Logistics, for approximately US$1 billion. The two parties signed an agreement according to which the German shipping firm will take over 100% of the shares of the two SAAM companies and thereby the entire SM SAAM's terminal business and associated logistics services. SM SAAM is
  • Chittagong port sees significant fall in box handling in September
    Container handling at Bangladesh's prime seaport, Chittagong, fell significantly in September with only 101,493 TEU of import goods laden boxes handled in the month compared to 120,470 TEU in September last year. At the same time, the handling of export goods laden containers also decreased to 63,803 TEU in September from 75,697 TEU in August and 68,891 TEU in September 2021. During the month, th
  • Indian exporters face new tax burden as freight rates moderate
    Indian exporters - now relieved to see some moderation in sky-high freight rate levels amid slowing volumes - have a new cost burden to deal with: a government tax levy. The setback follows the end of previously-granted federal exemptions from the applicability of Goods and Service Tax (GST) on export freight. GST, a unified national tax system, was introduced in 2017, intended to make a one-mark
  • French presidential aide Kohler accused of conflict of interest over MSC relations
    Elysee Palace secretary general Alexis Kohler has been charged with conflict of interest for allegedly failing to disclose his familial ties with MSC. Prosecutor Jean-François Bohnert said today (4 October) that Kohler, whose full name is Arnaud Alexis Michel Kohler, had failed to disclose that his mother is a cousin of MSC founder Gianluigi Aponte's wife Rafaela. In 2018, French investigative ne
  • CMA CGM new panamax vessel breaks Australia's record at Port Botany
    Australia's major container terminal operator, Patrick Terminals has announced that the 10,926 TEU CMA CGM Estelle set a record calling Port Botany, carrying the most containers ever carried by a single ship in Australia. CMA CGM Estelle is deployed on the NEMO Australia Express Service between Europe, the Indian Ocean and Australia, which is a joint service by MSC and CMA CGM. The previous recor
  • Massport completes major improvements at Boston's container terminal
    The Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport) has announced the completion of infrastructure upgrades at the port of Boston's Paul W. Conley Container Terminal. Boston's box terminal will now offer direct connectivity to China, North Europe, Southeast Asia including Vietnam and India, the

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Splashweb site
OCTOBER 4, 2022
  • Petrobras returns to Singapore for more FPSOs
    Brazilan state-controlled oil giant Petrobras has placed an order with Singapore shipbuilder Sembcorp Marine for the construction of floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel P-82 set for its Búzios field in the Santos Basin. The FPSO is scheduled for delivery in 2026 and to become the 29th system to operate in the pre-salt area ...
  • Liners make case for consortia block exemption regulation renewal
    The World Shipping Council (WSC), International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), and Asian Shipowners' Association (ASA) have called for a renewal of the European Commission's Consortia Block Exemption Regulation (CBER), due to expire on April 25, 2024. The CBER allows, under certain conditions, shipping lines with a combined market share of below 30% to enter into ...
  • Hapag-Lloyd swoops for SAAM's terminal business in $1bn deal
    Germany's Hapag-Lloyd has struck a deal with Chilean multinational port services company SAAM to buy its subsidiaries SAAM Ports and SAAM Logistics and thereby the entire company's terminal business and associated logistics services for around $1bn. The deal will see the cash-rich liner take over SAAM's ownership stake in ten port terminals throughout six countries ...
  • DEME converting bulker to fallpipe vessel
    Belgium-based marine contractor DEME has purchased an unnamed bulk carrier for conversion into a new fallpipe vessel. The company has inked an agreement with Pax Ocean Shipyards in Singapore and the vessel will enter the yard in late October. The new fallpipe ship will be fully compliant with the latest emission standards and feature the ...
  • Argeo expands with five-year bareboat charter deal
    Norwegian surveyor Argeo has signed a five-year bareboat contract for the vessel Argeo Searcher, with a purchase option attached. The vessel should be delivered in December this year and operate in the North and South America and West Africa energy markets as well as the Pacific Ocean and North Atlantic for marine minerals markets. The ...
  • Excelerate Energy presses ahead with FSRU newbuild in South Korea
    Texas-headquartered Excelerate Energy is pressing ahead with a newbuild floating regasification and storage unit (FSRU) in South Korea, following a letter of intent announced earlier this year. The New York-listed firm has penned a shipbuilding deal with Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) for a 170,000 cu m FSRU to be delivered in June 2026. No price ...
  • Maersk eyes methanol bunkering trials in Singapore next year
    Maersk Oil Trading, part of A.P. Moller - Maersk, has joined forces with Japanese trading house Mitsui & Co, Mitsui's energy trading unit and class society American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), to jointly conduct a detailed feasibility study of methanol bunkering logistics in Singapore. The partnership will investigate the design of the bunkering vessel, safe ...
  • Transnet faces strike action as pay talks collapse
    Two labor unions at South Africa's logistics group Transnet plan to take strike action in a dispute over pay. The United National Transport Union (UNTU) said it served a 48-hour notice on Transnet of its intention to embark on a protected strike from October 6, while the South African Transport and Allied Workers Union (Satawu) ...
  • Tanker sales proliferate as EU deadline on Russian oil nears
    Vintage tankers, typically ready for the scrapyards, are changing hands for future trading in record numbers and at eye-catching prices as Russia gets its oil export plans in place for further bans. Today, in Brussels, European Union members had until 10:00 a.m. to revert on proposals that would set a price cap on Russian oil ...
  • Shearwater unveils deepwater dual ROV OBN deployment vessel
    Offshore seismic specialist Shearwater GeoServices is set to launch the company's first dual remotely operated vehicle (ROV) vessel designed to deploy ocean bottom nodes (OBN) and also provide source for surveys and conduct towed streamer surveys. The Norwegian owner is converting its 2010-built multipurpose vessel SW Tasman into a deepwater dual ROV OBN deployment vessel ...
  • Volume of blank sailings deemed insufficient to stem box rate decline
    Carriers are taking services out of the transpacific, and this year's first boxship scrap candidates have emerged as container shipping recalibrates to a slowing global economy. On the Asia to the US west coast tradelane, Linerlytica reports three services have been withdrawn with two more suspensions planned (see chart below for details). The services to ...
  • APL presses ahead with lawsuit against Matson
    CMA CGM subsidiary APL has been allowed by a federal judge in Washington DC to move ahead with an antitrust lawsuit it is bringing against rival Matson over services connecting the US with Guam. APL claims Matson has violated US competition law. APL said in its complaint that after it entered the market in 2015 ...
  • Valaris bags $95m in fresh drilling deals
    Offshore driller Valaris has added $95m to its backlog through new contracts and contract extensions, awarded following its most recent fleet status update in September. The New York-listed player said that TotalEnergies had exercised its option for drillship Valaris DS-15 offshore Brazil for approximately 100 days in direct continuation of the existing firm term. Meanwhile, ...
  • Worker dies after Texas rig fall
    A construction worker died after falling from an offshore platform on the Texas Gulf Coast near Corpus Christi. The Coast Guard officials in Corpus Christi received a call around 13.45 hrs local time on October 1 that a scaffolder fell off of a rig at Kiewit Offshore Services yard and into the La Quinta Channel. ...
  • Maritime CEO Forum Singapore: Shipping will face competition for new fuels
    All week Splash is bringing readers key takeaways from last Thursday's Maritime CEO Forum, an exclusive shipowner gathering held at the Fullerton Hotel in Singapore. Today's report focuses on the decarbonisation session, and fears that shipping might lose out to other industries in the scramble for alternative fuels. Caroline Yang, CEO on bunker craft operator ...
  • Macron's right-hand man investigated over his ties to MSC
    In a long running investigation, prosecutors in France have said they will pursue Alexis Kohler, Emmanuel Macron's chief of staff, over a conflict of interest case relating to his alleged links with Mediterranean Shipping Co (MSC). Splash first reported on the investigation four years ago. The transparency campaign group Anticor launched a lawsuit in 2018 ...
  • US FMC contracts with National Academies for OSRA-mandated chassis study
    The US Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) has awarded a $500,000 contract to the National Academies of Science (NAS) to conduct a study examining intermodal chassis pools and provide recommendations on best practices for their management. The study was mandated by the Ocean Shipping Reform Act of 2022 (OSRA). Under the agreement, a committee of independent ...
  • Terminal upgrade completed at Port of Boston
    The Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport) has announced the completion of nearly $850m in infrastructure projects to modernise the Paul W. Conley Terminal at the Port of Boston. Prior to the port's modernisation, Conley offered two services reaching seven major global ports. With the completion of these infrastructure investments, Conley Terminal now offers direct connectivity to ...

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Lloyd's Listweb site
OCTOBER 4, 2022
  • Daily Briefing
    Renewable energy investment crisis blocking shipping zero-emission goals | Baltic Exchange suspends Russia-linked tanker indices amid sanctions | Carriers and...
  • Cold ironing dispute has chilling effect on US labour talks
    Recent dispute between competing labour unions and an employer see localised issues adding uncertainty to the west coast negotiations, at...
  • Ports group seeks to close gap in investment
    After the shockwaves of the pandemic, ports were found wanting. A new report seeks to find solutions to prevent a...
  • Global grain trades forecast for slight drop
    Current marketing season is forecast to see declines in corn and wheat trades, while soyabeans are expected to surge, according...
  • Hapag-Lloyd boosts terminal ownership with $1bn SAAM acquisition
    German carrier Hapag-Lloyd has been moving to increase its terminal ownership to boost network efficiency. Its latest deal will see...
  • Renewable energy investment crisis blocking shipping zero-emission goals
    'Biggest challenge is not the money nor the technology, but the lack of existing renewable energy' - Intertanko technical director...
  • Britannia takes bottom line hit after investment returns tank
    Small craft specialist Shipowners' Club announces better-than-break-even combined ratio for first half of the fiscal year
  • Bureau Veritas lays out well-to-wake approach to alternative fuels
    Environmental impact of alternative fuels can only be evaluated through a complete life-cycle analysis, says BV. Decarbonisation will require unprecedented...
  • Bureau Veritas lays out well-to-wake approach to alternative fuels
    Environmental impact of alternative fuels can only be evaluated through a complete life-cycle analysis, says BV. Decarbonisation will require unprecedented...
  • Baltic Exchange suspends Russia-linked tanker indices amid sanctions
    The dirty tanker indices TD17 and TD24 will cease to be published later this month, while the clean tanker index...
  • Carriers and owners submit case for extending consortia block exemption
    Joint submission to European Commission says consortia benefit customers and the environment, and calls for predictable regulation as supply chains...
  • Singapore developing standards for alternative bunkering fuels
    Singapore will be the first in the world to set standards for bunkering alternative fuels
  • MPA plans route for digital bunkering push in Singapore
    MPA is expected to co-fund the adoption of digital bunkering that could save Singapore's bunker industry 39,000 man-days a year

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
OCTOBER 4, 2022
  • STB extends public hearings on CP-KCS merger
    The Surface Transportation Board opened public sessions last Wednesday for three days of testimony, but scheduled three additional days of mostly virtual sessions this week to accommodate all interested parties seeking to participate.
  • NY-NJ readies revised fee plan for long-dwelling empties
    The Port of New York and New Jersey is close to releasing a revamped tariff that recalculates how it will levy a $100-per-container fee on ocean carriers who let empty boxes linger.
  • Spotty service, container shortages put US reefer trade on ice
    US cold-chain cargoes fell more than 20 percent through May as the combination of high freight rates, poor reliability of ocean carrier service, and lack of equipment took a toll on foodstuff freight.
  • FMC launches study to improve US chassis pools
    The FMC-sponsored study comes as the ultra-tight supply of chassis in the US has been a contributing factor in port and rail congestion for well over a year.
  • Hapag-Lloyd makes $1 billion Latin American terminal takeover
    While rivals make huge investments in end-to-end logistics, Hapag-Lloyd's strategy is to retain a core focus on container transport and the expansion of its global terminal footprint.
  • Carriers call on European regulator to extend block exemption rule
    Claims by shippers that the European block exemption was dampening market competition are "at odds with reality," ocean carriers have told European regulators.
  • BNSF's proposed inland rail hub aims to speed LA-LB cargo flow
    BNSF's proposed inland hub 130 miles from Los Angeles-Long Beach will reduce port congestion and eliminate thousands of truck moves by shuttling marine containers by rail to transloading warehouses.

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TradeWindsweb site
OCTOBER 4, 2022
  • Burke spills the reasons why Ridgebury Tankers has sold more than half of its fleet
    Two more MRs now gone for substantial profit as Connecticut shipowner takes year's tally to 15
  • Tanker owners may have seen peak VLCC volumes on eve of Opec meeting
    Oil producing bloc is largely expected to announce a production cut at its meeting on Wednesday, potentially hitting crude volumes
  • Dry bulk market remains high due to low supply, analyst says
    Global dry bulk fleet is expected to grow 0.8% next year, according to Clarksons data
  • Dry bulk S&P running at speed again after late summer dip
    The market has found a new sweet spot between buyers and seller but it is a fragile one, analysts warn
  • San Francisco chases Princess Cruise Lines, tug provider after pier damage
    The then-Star Princess slammed into a pier, damaging pilings and sending another chunk drifting
  • Maersk, Mitsui join to push for methanol bunkering hub in Singapore
    The two companies, plus ABS, intend to conduct a bunkering operation in the first half of next year
  • Hadjiyiannis ship linked to second shock VLCC sale in a week
    For some tanker owners, doubling your money has never seemed easier
  • Hapag-Lloyd agrees $1bn deal to buy SAAM's South American ports
    German container line also grabs Chilean group's associated logistics operations
  • Pavilion Energy, TotalEnergies and MOL name Singapore's largest LNGBV
    But delayed LNG bunker vessel newbuilding will not start operations until first quarter 2023
  • Poten says Ukraine war is not the only reason suezmax rates will rise
    US shipbroker believes million-barrel ships will now benefit from low deliveries after bigger fleet growth this year
  • Excelerate Energy firms up its first FSRU newbuilding in 17 years
    Newly listed regasification specialist gives world orderbook its first FSRU contract in several years. But at what price?
  • Controversial Greek-owned ropax heads for the auction block
    Sea Speed Lines' Olympus raised a ruckus when deemed unseaworthy after being awarded lucrative government contract
  • Seafarers warned over food safety after fish blamed for bulker deaths
    Catering management company MCTC urges shipping not to cut corners after tragedy on Wu Zhou 8
  • Looming Russia sanctions splinter tanker markets
    Vintage tankers selling for prices once considered inconceivable as rates decline from two-year highs
  • Trond Mohn's Nyhill Shipping dismisses ship sale report as 'premature'
    Reports of a lucrative product tanker sale to Middle East-based owners are premature, says company controlled by Norwegian tycoon
  • PSA joins Silk Alliance to develop green fuels for intra-Asian box trades
    Singapore port operator subsidiary is 12th member of the intra-Asian green corridor group backed by the Lloyd's Register Maritime Decarbonisation Hub
  • Macron's chief of staff Kohler indicted over alleged links to MSC
    France's financial crimes prosecutor confirms formal conflict of interest investigation
  • HMM could go from record profits to losing money by 2024, says Nomura
    Seoul-based carrier expected to feel the effects of falling SCFI as early as next year
  • Frontline beefs up board with former Cypriot transport minister Marios Demetriades
    Politician and banker adds more experience to tanker owner as it pushes through Euronav tie-up
  • Cosco Shipping's Bernard Foo makes broking switch after 20-year shipowner career
    Industry veteran joins Singapore's TCT Shipbrokers having previously worked as a chartering manager
  • 'You're hired!' Hamburg Commercial Bank promotes ex-CFO to replace departing Stefan Ermisch
    Former CFO appointed chief executive of German shipping lender at the start of October
  • Trond Mohn's Nyhill Shipping slams 'premature' sale broker report
    Reports of a lucrative product tanker sale to Middle East-based owners are premature, says company controlled by Norwegian tycoon
  • Hamburg and Halifax ports unveil green corridor initiative
    Port authorities look to decarbonise the shipping corridor between Canada and Germany
  • Shipowners finalised for QatarEnergy's LNG newbuildings at DSME
    Contracts inked on all 58 newbuilds at South Korea's big three shipbuilders and China in phase one of huge vessel acquisition plan

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American Shipperweb site
OCTOBER 4, 2022
  • Lessor Jackson Square Aviation enters freighter segment
    Boeing 737-800 passenger-to-freighter conversions are selling like hotcakes. A Japanese-owned leasing company snapped up six more slots.
  • Hapag-Lloyd acquiring SAAM terminal operations in $1B deal
    CEO Rolf Habben Jansen said the SM SAAM S.A. acquisition is part of Hapag-Lloyd's strategy to build "a robust and attractive terminal portfolio."

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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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