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28 November 2022 - Year XXVI
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Exim Indiaweb site
OCTOBER 6, 2022
  • GAC India recognised as bulk cargo agent
  • Long-term contracted container shipping rates see first fall in months
  • FM urged to extend GST exemption on export freight
  • President of India lays foundation stones of multiple projects at Deendayal Port
  • National Logistics Policy 2022 - The unveiling of a new era in logistics
  • Ports to soon have Made In India VTS
  • Bahri signs MoU with GASCO to explore cooperation in establishing a land transportation & logistics company
  • YOU ASK.. WE ANSWER...
  • Key structural reforms keeping economic recovery on course: DEA Secy
  • Govt extends concessional import duties on edible oils till March 2023
  • Call for World Maritime Day message to extend beyond boundaries of shipping

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International Transport Journalweb site
OCTOBER 6, 2022
  • Ice melting - one way or the other
  • Top of the list in Austria
  • Spanish fresh products now shipped to UK by rail
  • The more users, the greener the road transport
  • The next of the last
  • How shippers can in-source their logistics
  • Operations at Tibar Bay port begin
  • UK Club strengthens regional offices
  • Helping to spread hydrogen technology
  • Black figures for Unipart
  • More cool chain in Antwerp
  • Cargoline elects advisory board
  • CMA CGM Air Cargo selects Jettainer
  • Traffic jams on Swiss roads cost billions
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • A first for JSA
  • OOCL starts to run on biofuel
  • Savino del Bene opens new HQ in Germany
  • Amerijet promotes Shivanthi Udurawana

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The Loadstarweb site
OCTOBER 5, 2022
  • Dramatic cuts to services as lines battle to hang onto 'super-cycle' profits
  • "Mixed messages' from government over UK regional airports DSA and Manston
  • DPW's high-density automatic stacking system, Box Bay, to launch in Europe
  • Maersk continues fleet renewal with order for more methanol-fuelled ships
  • Rail freight may be key to Iraq ambition to rival Jebel Ali and the Suez Canal
  • RCL kick-starts predicted new round of boxship demolition as rates fall
  • On the wires: Liner shipping's (head on the) block exemption
  • US warehouse market stays tight, and pricey, as it bucks rate decline trend
  • Alert for cargo even as Vietnam becomes SE Asia's fastest-growing economy

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Marine Logweb site
OCTOBER 5, 2022
  • ABB and Incat Tasmania team up on lightweight hybrid-electric RoPax ferry
    ABB and Australian shipbuilder Incat Tasmania are to explore building a 148 meter long RoPax ferry with hybrid-electric propulsion that could be transitioned to battery power as shore charging becomes available. The
  • Maersk orders 6 more methanol fueled box ships
    A.P. Moller - Maersk (Maersk) reports that it has ordered a further six large ocean-going vessels capable of operation on green methanol. With a nominal capacity of 17,000 TEU each, they will
  • Finland bans export of icebreaker to Russia
    Finnish broadcaster YLE reports that the Finnish Ministry for Foreign Affairs has denied Helsinki Shipyard an export license for an icebreaker on order for Russian mining firm Norilsk Nickel. Norilsk Nickel is

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Container Newsweb site
OCTOBER 5, 2022
  • Lines and shippers clash over CBER extension
    As the European Commission considers renewing the Consortia Block Exemption Regulation (CBER) that enables current container shipping alliances to operate, liner operators and shippers are once again locking horns. The review is being done ahead of the existing CBER expiring on 25 April 2024. The World Shipping Council (WSC), representing liner operators, said in a statement on 4 October that the
  • MSC's new service directly connects Port Everglades with Far East Asia
    The 4,675 TEU container vessel MSC Rochelle called Port Everglades on 30 September, marking the connection of the major port in Florida with the Far East via a direct container service for the first time since 2011. The world's largest box line Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) launched its new Zephyr service this summer with direct weekly connections from northern China and South Korea to the
  • Sea-Intelligence reports 50% of congestion has been resolved
    With the continued gradual improvement in schedule reliability in August 2022 and the resultant improvement in vessel delays, the global fleet that was unavailable due to these delays dropped to 7.9%, according to the latest report by Danish shipping data analysis company, Sea-Intelligence, while the peak of 13.8% was in January 2022. "Keeping in mind the baseline unavailable capacity of 2% (as t
  • New frozen food warehouse to launch at Port of Antwerp-Bruges
    The JV Conti Seafrigo Antwerp (CSA) has acquired a concession on the Nieuwe Westweg, near the Bevrijdingsdok in the port of Antwerp. The joint venture between the Conti-Lines Group and Seafrigo will build a sustainable frozen food warehouse with space for more than 40,000 pallets on the approximately 6-hectare site. The concession will be the location for a brand new food logistics platform. Seaf
  • Mawani, Globe Group to build logistics park at Jeddah Islamic Port
    Saudi Ports Authority (Mawani) has signed a contract with Globe Group, Saudi Arabia's marine services provider, to develop a 135,000 m 2 integrated logistics park and re-export zone at Jeddah Islamic Port. The two parties aim to boost the competitive edge of the country's trade gateway and enable the national logistics industry. This partnership is part of Mawani's initiatives to set up world-cla
  • South African transport unions threaten strike action over pay dispute
    South Africa's United National Transport Union (UNTU) has served a 48-hour notice on the country's major terminal operator Transnet, indicating the union's intention to embark on strike action from 6 October at 00:01 am (local time). UNTU claims that Transnet has delayed salary negotiations for months and has still not made a "reasonable offer" to its employees. Transnet opened their salary negot
  • Maersk orders six 17,000 TEU methanol-fuelled vessels
    Maersk has ordered six additional container ships that can sail on green methanol, which will be built by Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) and have a nominal capacity of approximately 17,000 TEU. These newbuildings are not expected to increase the Danish carrrier's container capacity but to replace existing vessels in the Maersk fleet. The six 17,000 TEU boxships are all to be delivered in 2025 and

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Splashweb site
OCTOBER 5, 2022
  • Lithuania's KN declares purchase option on Höegh FSRU
    Lithuanian oil and LNG terminals operator Klaipedos Nafta (KN) has exercised its option to acquire the floating storage regasification unit (FSRU) from Norway's Höegh LNG. KN announced plans to acquire the 2014-built FSRU in February this year after exploring several options including a newbuild and a converted LNG carrier. The move was approved by KN's ...
  • MOL agrees LNG charter deal with new Sakhalin-2 operator
    Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) has signed a charter contract with the new Russian operator of the Sakahlin-2 liquefied natural gas (LNG) project for the LNG carrier . The Japanese shipowner said it had struck a new long-term deal with recently launched Sakhalin Energy for the 147,200 cu m vessel in which it holds a 60% ...
  • UK drilling workers vote to strike over pay
    Over 300 UK offshore drilling and contract maintenance workers employed by Archer, Maersk, Transocean and Odfjell have backed a strike action, labor union Unite has confirmed. The industrial action, supported by 95% in a ballot turnout of 86%, comes after the workers rejected a 5% pay offer from the companies. The strike, starting October 20 ...
  • Sea/ acquires chartering platform Chinsay
    Digital shipping platform Sea/ has acquired Swedish freight contract management platform Chinsay. The acquisition will allow Sea/ to continue to build the intelligent marketplace for fixing freight and project the business towards its purpose of powering better decisions to enable sustainable shipping, the company said. The combination of the two companies is expected to enhance ...
  • Fortescue buys into hydrogen startup TES
    Australian mining company Fortescue Metals Group is investing €130m ($129m) in Belgian-based hydrogen startup Tree Energy Solutions (TES), a company that is developing a green energy hub in the German port of Wilhelmshaven. Under the agreement, Fortescue's green energy division, Fortescue Future Industries (FFI), will invest €30m to become a shareholder in Tree Energy Solutions ...
  • Nearly 800 animals die in bureaucratic spat between France and Algeria
    Calls are growing for the total ban of livestock carriers, with the latest horror story emerging of slaughtered animals in a botched shipment from Europe to Africa. Around 780 bulls were recently shipped back to France and emergency-killed after Algerian authorities refused to unload the animals due to incorrect health certificates and associated health risks. ...
  • Aker Solutions and Balfour Beatty form UK offshore wind partnership
    Norwegian engineering firm Aker Solutions and international infrastructure group Balfour Beatty have teamed up to deliver end-to-end design and construction solutions for the concrete floating and gravity-based UK offshore wind industry. The partnership will see the companies' complementary skills, resources and experience combined to offer a whole-life solution. Balfour Beatty has an extensive t
  • Maritime CEO Forum Singapore: A vain attempt to find a tanker sceptic
    Tanker sceptics were not just thin on the ground in the ballroom of the Fullerton Hotel last week, they were non-existent. In our ongoing coverage of the Maritime CEO Forum from Singapore, today's focus is on the high-level, bullish tanker panel. "If everything stays the same 2023 will be a fantastic year for tankers," stated ...
  • Dolphin Drilling firms up $96m semisub contract in Nigeria
    Øystein Stray Spetalen-backed semisub rig owner Dolphin Drilling has inked a firm 12-month contract with General Hydrocarbons Limited (GHL) in Nigeria for the 1974-built . The rig will commence operations during the fourth quarter of 2022 earning the company around $96m. GHL has the right to shorten the contract by up to six months. "Dolphin ...
  • Bureau Veritas issues detailed well-to-wake future fuels study
    Bureau Veritas (BV) has launched a detailed outlook on future maritime fuels in a new 85-page white paper, which calls for a well-to-wake (WtW) approach to assessing the climate impact and sustainability of alternative fuels. This is one of the key conclusions of the white paper, which evaluates alternative fuels such as methanol, LNG, biofuels, ...
  • Stena Bulk joins project to demonstrate end-to-end shipboard carbon capture at scale
    The Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation (GCMD), the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI) and Stena Bulk today initiated the first stage of a two-year, three-phase project to demonstrate shipboard carbon capture at scale. Together with Alfa Laval, the American Bureau of Shipping, Deltamarin and TNO, the consortium will investigate onboard capture and storage, as ...
  • Alibaba-linked Transfar readies for its largest fleet expansion
    Singapore-registered, Alibaba-linked Transfar Shipping is gearing up for its most significant expansion to date. Transfar at the beginning of last week received the newbuilt 1,800 teu container vessel A Goryu from Yangzijiang Shipbuilding, a ship bound for the transpacific, a trade lane the carrier is ready to add much larger tonnage to in the coming ...
  • Spectre of structural overcapacity looms large over liners
    With a record orderbook looming, tonnage supply could outstrip vessel demand next year with analysts at Alphaliner warning this week that the liner shipping market could be headed towards structural overcapacity. Record boxship deliveries are forecast for 2023 and 2024. In absolute terms, today's 7m teu vessel orderbook has pushed past the former 6.6m teu ...
  • Trees for teus: CMA CGM's creative bid to get early container returns in the US
    Trees for teus is French liner CMA CGM's snappy new way to improve supply chain fluidity in a green fashion. The Rodolphe Saade-led firm has just unveiled its new TEUs to Trees Early Container Return Incentive Program, which will provide customers 2.5 tons of carbon credit per container in a program due to run through ...
  • British rotor sail manufacturer ties with COSCO's shipyard division
    Anemoi Marine Technologies, a UK provider of rotor sails, has reached an agreement with COSCO Shipping Heavy Industry (CHI), one of China's major shipbuilding organisations. CHI has nine yards capable of up to 7.5m dwt annual production across all major vessel segments and a significant global customer base. CHI customers will now have the option ...
  • Singapore to switch to electronic bunker delivery notes next year
    It's been a tough year for Singapore, the world's largest bunkering hub, fighting extreme price volatility as well as one of the worst off-spec scandals in more than a decade. Authorities are taking action. At this week's major bunkering conferemce, Sibcon, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has announced plans to start registering ...
  • Baltic Exchange amends tanker indices to reflect Europe's altered energy map
    Following many rounds of sanctions levelled against Russia, the Baltic Exchange has decided to suspend covering three tanker routes as well as changing the description of another Black Sea route. TD17 and TD24, dirty tanker indices which assess rates from Primorsk to Wilhelmshaven and the the Russian Far East to China respectively, will cease from ...
  • Maersk orders six more methanol-fuelled boxships
    Maersk has ordered a further six large ocean-going vessels that can sail on green methanol and has said prices for this new form of propulsion are coming down. The six vessels will be built by Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) and have a nominal capacity of approximately 17,000 teu and are set to replace existing capacity ...
  • Call to action moves thousands of containers from NY-NJ port
    On August 1, the Port of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) announced a new container imbalance tariff to help tackle the growing problem of empty containers. Ocean carriers would be required to remove 10% more empty containers than their import quarterly total or incur fees. The port authority then set a 30-day public comment period on ...
  • Port of Long Beach reports increased GHG emissions in 2021
    The Port of Long Beach issued its 2021 emissions inventory report this week, presenting both good and bad news on its performance. The bad news is that record cargo volumes and the unusually high number of ocean-going vessels staying at anchor off the coast drove up greenhouse gas emissions by 22%

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Lloyd's Listweb site
OCTOBER 5, 2022
  • Sanctions-evading tankers switch from Iranian to Russian trade
    The involvement of a growing number of suspected sanction-busting vessels illustrates the difficulties of enforcement as further sanctions on Russia's...
  • TFG Marine calls for mandatory mass flow meters in bunkering hubs
    Currently there is still some opposition, partly due to costs factor, TFG Marine chief commercial officer Mark Russell said
  • European Court of Justice set to impact LNG shipping market
    Investments in future port capacity for handling fuel may be unviable if decision goes against European Commission, says lawyer
  • Hostage swap sees crewmen freed from Iran-held Greek tanker
    No sign of breakthrough in stalled negotiations between Greece and Iran over securing the release of two laden tankers anchored...
  • Sanctions fail to stem Russia's outbound seaborne trade
    Number of Russian vessels exporting goods to foreign trading partners has rebounded from the initial impact of sanctions and remain...
  • Russian oil price cap deal nears as focus widens to non-EU flags
    Greece, Cyprus and Malta have agreed a deal in principle despite widespread concerns that tanker owners will flag out to...
  • UK logistics firms look to consolidate in tough market
    The logistics sector remains highly fragmented. The challenges of the past few years are seeing more companies look towards greater...
  • LNG deals at $1m a day are possible, says Drewry
    Tight market set to continue into 2025, with newbuilding LNG carrier resales possibly reaching $270m amid slot shortage says maritime...
  • Boxship overcapacity rears its head again
    As night follows day, container lines overorder during the good times and repent on the downturn. With 7m teu heading...
  • West beats breakeven after no first-half pool claims
    Announcement comes after club undertook purge of entered tonnage last year, ruthlessly ditching loss-making vessel
  • Maersk boosts green methanol commitment with order for six additional vessels
    Maersk is so confident in the technology that it has 19 methanol-fuelled ships on order, with a plan to have...
  • Study holds out potential of bioLNG as a shipping fuel
    About 90% of costs come from production and distribution of bioLNG, which the study says can be ameliorated by regulation...
  • Green corridors 'will confirm the feasibility and scalability of alternative fuels'
    The introduction of new and alternative fuels will give rise to new suppliers and new business models, as will new...
  • Singapore minister backs LNG as a 'pragmatic transition fuel'
    Singapore is ready to supply liquefied natural gas bunkers
  • MPA outlines framework to supply biofuel in Singapore
    Singapore has supplied about 70,000 tonnes of biofuel across more than 40 biofuel bunkering operations using existing bunker tankers
  • PSA joins Silk Alliance intra-Asia fuel transition partnership
    Alliance is a cross-supply chain partnership dedicated to the development of a fleet-specific fuel transition strategy for containerships on the...
  • Decarbonisation centre launches shipboard carbon capture project
    The seven-member consortium will build and test a marine carbon capture system on board a Stena Bulk medium-range tanker to...
  • Sembcorp Marine seals $3.1bn Petrobras FPSO deal
    The complicated vessel will be deployed in the ultra-deepwater Buzios field is SembMarine's biggest-ever deal with Petrobras

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
OCTOBER 5, 2022
  • Overhaul wades into insurance technology market
    Overhaul has joined a growing group of visibility providers aiming to connect real-time shipment data to cargo insurance solutions.
  • US truck shippers rethinking spot strategy: analysts
    More shippers are returning to the truckload spot market as rates drop, but experts say they're using that market more strategically than ever before to reduce transportation costs.
  • Ro/ro surge driving new investment by carriers
    Recovering automobile exports and demand for high and heavy cargo are driving a ro/ro resurgence and a spate of new ship orders.
  • LTL industry wrestles with next stage of technology development
    The less-than-truckload industry is reaching its technology inflection point, which it will need to capture rising demand from shippers seeking operators that are easy to do business with.
  • Maersk's green methanol orderbook hits 19 vessels
    Maersk has pledged to replace older tonnage only with green fuel-compliant ships, and with the latest order for six vessels the carrier has more than 300,000 TEU of dual-fuel capacity on its orderbook.

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TradeWindsweb site
OCTOBER 5, 2022
  • Crowley pulls the trigger on land purchase for Massachusetts offshore wind terminal
    Terminal set for completion in 2025 and will support projects providing power to over 1m homes
  • Georgiopoulos swoops on MR from Denmark's Dee4 Capital
    2011-built vessel will become 20th tanker in fleet of company run by Peter Georgiopoulos and Leo Vrondissis
  • Capesize bulker market surges 13.8% in a day despite China's Golden Week
    FFA market slide indicates deeper decline for future spot rates
  • 'Monumental step forward': Altera strikes deal to push through restructuring plan
    Bondholders and other unsecured creditors to come out with 13% of offshore shipowner, which is better than the original zero
  • Hoegh LNG to lose an FSRU as Lithuania's KN declares purchase option
    FSRU Independence to live up to its name as Baltic state moves to take control of its energy security
  • VLCC volumes at risk as Opec unveils production cuts
    It is expected the bloc's Middle Eastern members will bear the brunt of the cuts
  • Desperate charterers chase conros as car carrier supply runs short
    Owners of niche vessels 'have the last laugh' as car manufacturers and operators push up rates and asset values
  • Fresh round of Russia sanctions include long-awaited oil price cap
    Commission president Ursula von der Leyen hails deal to 'make the Kremlin pay' despite disquiet of maritime nations
  • Green Seas: Cargo owners aim to use their buying power for clean shipping fuels. Is it enough?
    Our sustainability newsletter talks to the COZEV coalition and member IKEA as they aim for all zero-carbon fuels by 2040, and to the environmental campaigners who want more
  • Eastern Pacific receives 'firm interest' despite upping car carrier price by $10m
    Idan Ofer company reportedly wants $60m for 2006-built ship, following $50m sale last month
  • Desperate charterers chase con-ros as car carrier supply runs short
    Owners of niche vessels 'have the last laugh' as car manufacturers and operators push up rates and asset values
  • Baltic Exchange suspends three tanker indices after EU's Russia oil ban
    UK exchange will no longer assess dirty and clean routes from Primorsk and Kozmino
  • Container ship scrapping hiatus ends with first demolition sale of 2022
    Owners of older feeder container ships throw in the towel
  • MOL extends contract on LNG carrier with Russia's Sakhalin-2 project
    Vessel will continue working with new Russian operator of Far East liquefaction project
  • Mowinckels set to bow out of crude market for now
    Bergen stalwart J Ludwig Mowinckels Rederi is selling a suezmax it owns with compatriot Viken, but reports of a done deal are premature
  • Bio-LNG could scale up to supply 16% of marine fuel demand by 2030
    New study from Sea-LNG says biomass produced fuel can cut CHG emission by 50% to 80% compared to marine diesel but methane leakage must be minimised
  • Clarksons backing a boost as Sea/'s Schroder targets tanker and bulker expansion
    Digital fixture platform is an open ecosystem for the whole industry, Danish boss explains
  • Rising rates slash number of VLCC newbuildings loading clean products
    Figures from BRS are good news for product tankers seeing less competition from bigger vessels
  • Fresh round of Russia sanctions likely to include long-awaited oil price cap
    Commission president Ursula von der Leyen hails deal to 'make the Kremlin pay' despite disquiet of maritime nations
  • Alberta renews fleet with single tanker order in Japan
    Order emerges amid persistently low newbuilding orderbook for tankers
  • Clarksons' Sea/ aiming for digital fixture dominance with Chinsay takeover
    UK platform's CEO Peter Schroder tells TradeWinds how expanded group can drive efficiency and decarbonisation for brokers, owners and charterers
  • Golden Ocean launches $100m buyback after share price slumps
    Timing is right to return cash to shareholders as long-term prospects appear bright, boss of John Fredriksen-controlled group says
  • Car carrier rates could hit $150,000 in 'stunning raging-bull' market
    VesselsValue's Daniel Nash says charter rises for panamax deals show no signs of slowing
  • Atlas Maritime and Euronav tipped for orders at reborn shipyard
    South Korea's nascent DH Shipbuilding, formerly known as Daehan Shipbuilding, poised to ink tanker newbuilding contracts worth $278m
  • AP Moller-Maersk inks $1.14bn deal for container ship sextet at Hyundai shipyard
    The latest deal lifts the total number of methanol-fuelled boxships newbuildings it has at Hyundai to 19
  • Helsinki Shipyard loses Russian icebreaker order after Finland refuses export licence
    Finnish shipbuilder had agreed a deal to build an LNG-powered ship for miner Norilsk Nickel
  • DEME buys bulker for conversion into fallpipe vessel
    Belgian owner sending ship to Singapore yard for work this month
  • Stena Bulk to test onboard carbon capture system on tanker
    Project with Singapore-based Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation targets at least a 30% capture rate on MR tanker
  • Petrobras takes FPSO spending in Singapore to almost $9bn with order at Sembcorp Marine
    Sembcorp Marine says order is the largest it has ever secured from the Brazilian oil major

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American Shipperweb site
OCTOBER 5, 2022
  • Tidal wave of new container ships: 2023-24 deliveries to break record
    The number of newly constructed container ships set to hit the water will exceed any previous capacity additions.
  • Volkswagen to open new shipping hub in South Texas
    Automaker Volkswagen is opening a new shipping hub in South Texas to import more than 140,000 vehicles a year.
  • FedEx, pilots request federal mediation to resolve contract dispute
    FedEx Express and the union representing its pilots on Wednesday filed for federal mediation with the National Mediation Board to help unglue contract negotiations that...

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FROM THE HOME PAGE
Avviata nel porto di Danzica la costruzione del terzo container terminal di Baltic Hub
Danzica
Il progetto comporta un investimento di 450 milioni di euro
Samsung Heavy Industries porta a termine con successo un test di navigazione autonoma
Seul
La sperimentazione su una rotta di circa 950 chilometri
Porto di Gioia Tauro, ok del Comitato di gestione all'abbattimento delle tasse d'ancoraggio
Gioia Tauro
Stanziate le risorse per la realizzazione della struttura polifunzionale di ispezione transfrontaliera
Uiltrasporti, il governo non sostiene la decarbonizzazione del settore trasporti
Roma
Tarlazzi: assenti o insufficienti le misure nella bozza della nuova legge di Bilancio
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
L'indiana Allcargo Logistics acquisisce il 75% del consolidatore tedesco Fair Trade
Mumbai
Investimento di circa 12 milioni di euro
Grimaldi potenzierà i collegamenti con la Grecia
Bari
La frequenza della linea Venezia - Bari - Patrasso diverrà giornaliera
Progetto per la produzione a bordo delle navi di idrogeno pulito e carbonio solido dal metano
Helsinki
Accordo tra le finlandesi Wärtsilä e Hycamite
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
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
More than 80 injured as Indian police clash with Adani port protesters
(Reuters)
Unye Port Opened to the World
(Raillynews)
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FORUM of Shipping
and Logistics
Relazione del presidente Daniele Rossi
Napoli, 30 settembre 2020
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