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Exim India web site
DECEMBER 7, 2022
  • MSC's new India-West Med service to call Mundra & Nhava Sheva
  • Wharf & Approach Trestle construction of PSA Mumbai's Phase 2 commences
  • Make in Odisha (MIO) Conclave 2022 receives wide-ranging investment proposals
  • V. O. Chidambaranar Port handles nearly 7 pc more cargo this fiscal till date
  • New partnership agreement inked towards a more resilient, efficient & sustainable global food supply chain
  • Restricted entry of food items in specific ports
  • Liner shipping ready for EU ETS maritime
  • India seeks more access to Russian market to narrow trade deficit
  • Govt mulls amnesty scheme for exporters
  • Majority of freight forwarders from Asia affirm market opportunity for shipper-owned containers in the region: Survey
  • New report says 67% of SMEs worldwide fighting for survival
  • Headwinds continuing to affect air cargo demand
  • 'My Blue Dart' app now enables customers to book & digitally pay for the shipment
  • American Airlines Cargo extends transatlantic network
  • IndiGo announces 32 new connecting flights between India & Europe
  • CMA CGM PSS 2 for cargo from Europe to US Gulf, US East Coast & Canada East Coast
  • Port charge increase in Taiwan
  • India's online marketplaces' GMV to reach $350 bn by 2027, says Bain report
  • No tax benefits to SEZs under DESH Bill: FinMin

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International Transport Journal web site
DECEMBER 7, 2022
  • More trains link up the Western Ports
  • Expanding the Albatros Express
  • More capacity for a shortsea service
  • 14 countries team up for a trade tool
  • Global GSSA introduces complete HR service
  • Humanitarian logistics award from 2023
  • Almost 900 vehicles to be delivered by 2025
  • New unit digitalised into the fleet
  • Nosta banking on fresh blood
  • CDB Aviation picks Jie Chen
  • 1 of 171 transformers across Russia
  • Natilus partners with Janicki
  • Spaniards on the British coast
  • Turkish-German integration is on
  • CCA welcomes members and treasurer
  • 17 new vehicles in operation
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • De-icing pads to keep parcels moving at MEM

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The Loadstar web site
DECEMBER 6, 2022
  • Sign of the times as world's largest boxship sails light on its maiden voyage
  • Uptick in shipping demand as China loosens Covid restrictions
  • CBER and the 2M prognosis - look out for WAGS on the loose
  • NVOs can benefit as box lines struggle through 'years of pain'
  • EXCLUSIVE: DHL Russia buyout hits a wall
  • 'A badass rig', says Musk, as Pepsi's first Tesla Semi hits the road at last
  • Analysis: Freightos breaks the mould again as it moves toward an IPO
  • ICHCA re-evaluates ammonium nitrate advice, post-Beirut explosion
  • Zim captain tunes in to stack collapse in the Atlantic
  • The extraordinary story of how Amazon Air took off

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Marine Log web site
DECEMBER 6, 2022
  • Marine Log launches new event with focus on ship repair and maintenance
    Marine Log is adding a new shipbuilding repair and maintenance event, "Ship Repair USA," to its lineup, with a focus on decarbonizing fleets and how shipyards can benefit from the push to
  • VIDEO: Seawing kite on transatlantic trials
    Airseas, the Nantes, France, based wind propulsion pioneer founded by former Airbus engineers, has released video of its first Seawing kite system undergoing transatlantic sea trials. The system has been installed on
  • New Great Lakes TSHD is in the water
    Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Corporation (NASDAQ: GLDD) reports that the Galveston Island, the first of two newbuild trailing suction hopper dredges under construction at Conrad Shipyard, is in the water and

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Container News web site
DECEMBER 6, 2022
  • Belledune and Hamburg ports ink cooperation agreement
    Canada's Belledune Port Authority (BPA) and Germany's Port of Hamburg have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on the movement of dry and liquid bulk commodities, and manufactured products between the two countries with a focus on clean fuels and green products. In August, the Belledune Port Authority (BPA) also signed an MoU with Niedersachsen Ports in Wilhelmshaven, German
  • MSC announces new line connecting India with West Mediterranean
    MSC will launch a new direct service, which will link India with the West Mediterranean, starting mid-December. The purpose of this direct connection between the two regions for the Swiss/Italian container carrier is to reduce transshipment for customers and provide expedited transit times. The service will offer Mundra to Genoa in 19 days, Valencia in 23 days and Nhava Sheva to Barcelona in 16 d
  • Dash Crypto Price in 2022
    The year 2022 is a challenging period for the whole world and the crypto industry in particular. Against the backdrop of the full-scale war started by russia and the global crisis, people's ability to invest money decreased, which affected all the fields of businesses and the crypto field as well. In the spring of 2022, the crypto market dropped, starting a bear trend that has been lasting until
  • Georgia Ports focuses on container shipping, transforming Ocean Terminal
    The board of Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) has approved a plan to renovate and realign the docks at the Port of Savannah's Ocean Terminal aiming to better accommodate its expanding container operations. "For nearly 40 years, Ocean Terminal has been handling a mix of container ships and breakbulk vessels. The realignment is part of a broader effort to transform the terminal into an all-container o
  • CMA CGM revises peak season surcharge from Europe to North America
    Marseille-headquartered container line CMA CGM has announced the revision of its peak season surcharge (PSS) from Europe to US Gulf, US East Coast and Canada East Coast. The new surcharge from North Europe, Scandinavia, Poland and Baltic to US East Coast will be effective from 20 December (US gate in date) until further notice and will be US$1,500 per container for all types of cargo. CMA CGM sai
  • CyberLogitec's OPUS Terminal implemented at Qinzhou Automated Container Terminal
    CyberLogitec, the provider of maritime, port/terminal, and logistics operations technologies, announced that OPUS Terminal has been successfully implemented at Qinzhou Automated Container Terminal of Beibu Gulf Port in China. Qinzhou Automated Container Terminal is the world's first U-type Full Automated Terminal, which offers unmanned operation for all the terminal's equipment. Moreover, CyberLo
  • 15 containers fall into water due to strong winds in Singapore
    Some 15 empty containers at Keppel Terminal in Singapore fell from the wharf into the water due to strong winds during a squall on 1 December. The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) said the incident, occurred at about 15:00 (local time), has not caused any impact on the operations of the port of Singapore so far. Additionally, there are no reported injuries, according to MPA. The por
  • MSC's Toft concerned that emissions trading could aggravate inflation
    MSC's CEO Soren Toft has expressed concern that the European Union's emissions trading scheme (ETS) could be commoditised and drive up costs. During a Lloyd's List podcast on 2 December, Toft said, "I find it extremely concerning is that the ETS is open for anybody and not just for the companies that are having factual emissions. Any person, any private equity, which wants to speculate can go and
  • Reefer market soars in 2022, challenges expected in next year
    According to Dynamar analysis, container carriers and conventional reefer operators "hit the jackpot" in 2022, after struggling for many years and after a relatively prosperous 2021. With the container shipping sector in full swing and much capacity absorbed by congestion, boxships could not provide enough space to carry all the cargoes they were offered. Dynamar reports that containers were regu
  • New cargo terminal opens at Port of Everett
    The Port of Everett officially launches its new Norton terminal, the first all new cargo terminal to open on the United States West Coast in more than a decade. The US$40 million maritime infrastructure investment introduces over 160,000 m² of new upland cargo capacity to the national freight network to further enhance the movement of commerce throughout the global supply chain. The new facility

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Splash web site
DECEMBER 6, 2022
  • Rotterdam studies large-scale ammonia cracking for hydrogen imports
    A group of 18 companies led by the Port of Rotterdam Authority has launched a study into the feasibility of establishing a large-scale ammonia cracker to enable imports of around 1m tonnes of hydrogen annually for the decarbonisation of industry and mobility. A large part of the hydrogen for North-West Europe will be imported, including ...
  • France's Engie signs up for Port Arthur LNG supply
    French utility Engie has signed a long-term deal with Sempra Infrastructure, a subsidiary of New York-listed Sempra, for the supply of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Phase 1 of Sempra's proposed Port Arthur LNG project under development in Jefferson County, Texas. The deal will see Engie buy about 0.87m tonnes of LNG annually (mpta) for ...
  • North Star lands $170m boost for offshore wind fleet
    UK offshore support vessel owner and operator North Star has secured a £140m ($170.5m) financing package to support the next phase of its offshore wind fleet growth plan. The investment includes a £50m commitment from the Scottish National Investment Bank, as well as IFM Investors, Edmond de Rothschild's BRIDGE, and RBC Capital Markets. The Partners ...
  • Chaotic scenes around the Dardanelles on the opening day of the Russia tanker ban
    The unintended consequences of the new tanker trading era in the eastern Mediterranean are that Russian crude is still flowing to Asian buyers while Kazakh oil has been hit by delays. Following the first day of the Russia oil price cap and the European Union ban on seaborne Russian crude imports, the largest upshot has ...
  • Airseas showcases kite system in action
    France-based wind propulsion developer Airseas has issued the first pictures and video footage (see below) of its automated kite system Seawing in flight during ongoing transatlantic sea trials. The company has completed initial trials, which are taking place on the 154 m roro , as it transports aircraft components between Europe and the US. The ...
  • Ocean Yield seals sale and leaseback deal with Bocimar for up to 10 newcastlemax newbuilds
    Norwegian owner Ocean Yield has struck a sale and leaseback deal for up to 10 newcastlemaxes booked for construction in China by Belgium's Bocimar, the dry bulk arm of Compagnie Maritime Belge (CMB). The KKR-owned firm is paying $576m net of seller's credits for the 210,000 dwt newbuilds CSSC yard Qingdao Beihai Shipbuilding will deliver ...
  • 'Staggering' prices paid for any available ice-class tonnage
    Russian winter is kicking in and prices for ice-class tanker tonnage are the toast of the industry now that new bans are in place against Moscow. Russia and its willing oil buyers are paying "staggering" figures for ice-class tonnage, according to brokers at Cleaves. Libya's GNTMC has sold a pair of 2006/2007-built 115,000 dwt aframaxes ...
  • Braemar takes on Medco tanker broking team in Madrid
    Braemar has recruited a new tanker broking team, based in Madrid. The 10 brokers hired previously worked for Medco Shipbrokers. The recruitment of the team has been actioned through the acquisition of a newly established Spanish company that has been formed to employ the brokers locally and which is wholly owned by Braemar. Tris Simmonds, ...
  • Marco Polo Marine marks Japanese offshore wind sector entry with K Line partnership
    Singapore offshore vessel player and shipyard Marco Polo Marine is joining forces with Japanese shipping major Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line) to explore opportunities in Japan's offshore wind sector. Japan is targeting 10 GW of offshore wind capacity by 2030 and between 30 and 45 GW by 2040 as part of its target to reach ...
  • Saipem exercises purchase option on Samsung drillship
    Italy's Saipem has exercised its purchase option on drillship currently on charter from Samsung Heavy Industries. The Milan-headquartered firm is paying $230m in cash for the seventh-generation floater currently working in the US Gulf of Mexico on a contract with Eni that expires in the third quarter of 2023. Saipem said the investment decision is ...
  • Ongoing lack of C-suite diversity in shipping
    The shipping industry is making progress on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), according to the results of the 2022 Annual Review from the Diversity Study Group. This progress is most evident in junior and mid-level ranks, helping to build a more diverse talent pool of future leaders, but diverse representation remains far more limited at ...
  • New entrants exit the main box tradelanes
    The new entrants on the main east-west container trades are hurting, hit hard by plummeting spot rates and sky-high charter rates. CU Lines has given notice for the early termination of the charter of 12 panamax ships that it currently deploys on routes to the US and Europe. It follows the termination of the China-Europe ...
  • Hyundai Heavy creates chief artificial intelligence officer position
    Hyundai Heavy Industries has created the position of chief artificial intelligence officer (CAIO) in another marker about how South Korea's largest shipbuilder sees the future of shipping. The group is the first in the Korean shipping industry to name a CAIO and follows on from multiple high-tech initiatives the group is pursuing, most notably Avikus, ...
  • Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation pushes ahead with shipboard captured CO2 studies
    The Singapore-based Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation (GCMD) is issuing an invitation-for-proposal (IFP) to evaluate the safety, technical and operational requirements for offloading shipboard captured CO2 during port calls. The outcomes of this study will enable the offloading of liquefied carbon dioxide (LCO2) from shipboard capture systems. In early October, the GCMD, the Oil and ...
  • First wind energy lease sale off the US West Coast expected to draw strong interest
    On October 18, the US Department of the Interior announced that the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) would hold an offshore wind energy lease sale today, for areas on the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) off central and northern California. This is the first wind energy lease sale on the US West Coast. Five leases ...
  • Ocean Terminal at Port of Savannah to be transformed into all-container operation
    The Georgia Ports Authority Board has approved a plan to renovate and realign the docks at the Port of Savannah's Ocean Terminal to better accommodate its expanding container operation. "For nearly 40 years, Ocean Terminal has been handling a mix of container ships and breakbulk vessels," said Griff Lynch, GPA executive director. "The realignment is ...

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Lloyd's List web site
DECEMBER 6, 2022
  • Greek shipowners call for regulations to be applied to fuel sector
    Decarbonisation needs 'effective measures' for other stakeholders, says Union of Greek Shipowners
  • The marine insurance ban won't stop Russian oil exports. Here's why
    Few outside the industry have ever heard of a P&I club. But a sector that traditionally shuns the limelight is...
  • Shipping needs to align with 1.5 degrees, not the IMO, argues new report
    As governments prepare for the first of two pivotal climate meetings inside the International Maritime Organization, a progressive alliance of...
  • Russia fails to offset boxship trade with Türkiye and China
    Moscow is doubling down on trade with its allies, but this is not enough to counteract the loss of trade...
  • Shipping executives see tailwinds supporting LPG
    Executives are bullish on the versatile gas' future given Europe's energy crises and the shunning of Russian cargoes and say...
  • Renewables to overtake coal in power generation within years, IEA says
    The global energy crisis has triggered unprecedented momentum behind renewables, with the world set to add as much renewable power...
  • Travlos, Veniamis and Vafias head award-winners at 2022 Greek shipping awards
    The awards were presented in Athens last Friday night in front of a shipping industry audience of more than 1,000
  • Oldendorff buys into Alpha ORI Technologies
    Capt Unni agreed to an equity investor buying into Synergy Marine earlier in the year. Now he has brought in...
  • Smarter supply chains would cut shipping emissions, says Klaveness chief
    In one of the first interviews since taking over as chief executive of the Norwegian shipping company, Ernst Meyer tells...
  • Braemar sets up 10-strong Spanish tanker desk
    Experienced team will continue to be based in Madrid and will be employed by a new company wholly owned by...
  • Saverys family raises Euronav stake to 24%
    Having built up a near 24% stake in Euronav, the Saverys' shareholding continues to present a problem for Euronav's plan...
  • Seawing trials confirm average emission reduction of 20%
    With decarbonisation now an integral part of ship operators' thinking, many wind propulsion solutions are being offered. Airseas' chief executive...
  • Ocean Yield pens big bulk carrier newbuild deal
    While details are scant, the new 210,000 dwt bulkers are priced at $57.6m apiece and are booked for delivery from...
  • Port of Savannah to increase containership handling capacity
    Georgia Ports Authority Board approves remodeling plan to better accommodate the port of Savannah's container operations, after the fourth-largest US...
  • Marco Polo enters Japan's offshore wind market
    The Singapore-listed offshore vessel charterer and shipbuilding company's main market is Taiwan
  • GCMD calls for proposals to study offloading of shipboard-captured carbon dioxide
    In October, the Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation, the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative and Stena Bulk launched the world's...
  • Daily Briefing
    The Russian oil price cap - a shipping industry users' guide | EU and G7 states seek to resolve P&I...

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The Journal of Commerce web site
DECEMBER 6, 2022
  • ILA sees no disputes with port employers ahead of 2023 contract talks
    The head of the union representing East and Gulf coast dockworkers says relations with port employers are strong heading into talks over a new master contract that would begin next year.
  • Tackling the carrier side with tech (Sponsored)
    Sponsored: Alvys believes helping carriers will lead to supply chain breakthroughs.
  • Free time comes under scrutiny following pandemic port congestion
    As the shipping industry takes stock of the pandemic experience, extended "dwell time" of containers on terminals and the factors that contribute to that are coming under a microscope.
  • MSC drops JNPT call on India-US connection amid falling volumes
    Sources say all major liners are facing challenges finding enough cargo to fill export space allocations for India and, as such, freight rates are already at near pre-pandemic levels.
  • High stock levels, weak demand put CNY import rush in doubt
    The traditional increase in bookings for December and January shipments out of Asia is nowhere to be seen as importers in destination markets struggle with surplus stock levels and weakening demand.
  • Meeting Europe's modal shift to rail will top $500 billion: study
    Moving a significant share of Europe's inland cargo from road to rail will be costly and challenging, but it is achievable through better utilization of door-to-door combined transport, a new report has found.
  • Trans-Pacific recovery could be more than a year away: analyst
    Declining freight volumes and spot rates at pre-pandemic levels indicate the trans-Pacific will experience a "hard landing" in the coming months, an industry analyst said.
  • Ocean Alliance upsizes trans-Atlantic route amid rate strength
    Ocean Alliance members are shifting post-Panamax ships away from the trans-Pacific and Asia-Europe trades to the trans-Atlantic amid buoyant demand and rates.
  • Transportation hiring surge falls short in November
    Hiring expectations fell short across many transportation sectors in November, with real trucking employment dropping while warehousing firms and couriers added workers.
  • Intermarine partners with Thailand-based project specialist on new Asia JV
    US-based MPV operator Intermarine is expanding into Asia and Europe via a partnership with Thailand's WeShip.
  • Trailer makers boosting production as orders soar
    Stubbornly strong industrial output and pent-up demand are expected to keep pressure on trailer manufacturers to increase supply, even during a US economic slowdown.
  • No seasonal uplift as air cargo market deteriorates further
    Dismal November air cargo data has all but assured a weak end to 2022 with no sign of a seasonal uplift in demand or rate levels from an oversupplied market.
  • ONE the latest to open India-Middle East string amid trade boost signals
    An economic partnership agreement signed earlier this year between India and the United Arab Emirates is driving new trade opportunities, prompting ocean carriers to boost service between the two countries.
  • Turbo-charged logistics tech faces reckoning: analyst
    The unprecedented infusion of cash into supply chain technology development over the past two years was akin to putting the sector on a diet of steroids, writes JOC analyst Lars Jensen.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Software woes force Houston to delay start date of long-dwell import fee
    The Port of Houston, citing technology problems, is postponing the start date of a new fee that would penalize shippers who don't retrieve import containers after the allowable free time.
  • Heightened final-mile expectations drive investment into OneRail
    OneRail has channeled the need for shippers to access final-mile capacity and service level consistency into a large venture capital funding round.
  • Pandemic offers opportunity to improve US port flow
    All supply chains converge at the marine terminal, so facilitating and protecting fluidity through the terminal is the key to unlocking broader supply chain effectiveness, writes JOC's Peter Tirschwell.
  • Ocean carrier profits to tumble in Q4 slowdown: analyst
    Sharply falling rates and demand signal an end to the extreme profitability enjoyed by ocean carriers over the last two years, according to analysts.
  • Maersk, IBM shutter TradeLens in surprise move
    TradeLens' failure to gain traction after four years was due to several factors, not least of which was trying to convince ocean carriers and their customers to provide sensitive data to a technology platform partly owned by Maersk.
  • Rail shippers confident Congress will avert strike
    Trade groups representing railroads and shippers are confident Congress will act to prevent a potential strike in December, but that is not stopping them from discussing the stakes involved.
  • Ocean carriers struggle to match capacity with plummeting demand
    The ability of ocean carriers to manage their growing supply of excess capacity is becoming tougher by the week as supply chain bottlenecks ease and global economic headwinds strengthen.

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TradeWinds web site
DECEMBER 6, 2022
  • New Kings Point superintendent to take office in historic moment for women at MarAd
    Joanna Nunan joins the Long Island academy after a career at the US Coast Guard spanning more than three decades
  • Cruise lines achieve robust bookings on Black Friday and Cyber Monday
    'Our guests went on a shopping spree this weekend, and it wasn't at the mall,' Holland America Line president Gus Antorcha says
  • Maersk and Unifeeder butt heads in US court over Red Sea cargo loss
    Maersk is looking for $2.5m as cargo owners threaten action and one sues in Sudan
  • It was certain box run 'would not last forever', says Offen
    German container ship veteran says container shipping markets resemble pre-2009
  • Ship performance can be improved without sensors, says Nautilus Labs
    Combining traditional noon reports with data from similar ships can provide 62% of the benefits of high-frequency data
  • Greece's Meadway Shipping & Trading inks deal for eco bulk carrier at Tsuneishi
    The eco design vessel is said to cost the Greek shipowner around $38m
  • Oldendorff Carriers tears apart 'illogical' Carbon Intensity Indicator rules
    Research by bulker giant shows vessels actually emit more greenhouse gases when they take steps to improve their rating
  • 'Special winter' ahead as crude ships stay out of clean trades, Ardmore believes
    CEO Anthony Gurnee tells TradeWinds he's happy to keep tankers trading spot for now in booming sector
  • BRS tips big fall in 'unsustainable' suezmax earnings from West Africa
    French broker says 'recent froth' on rates is set to disappear as production and exports decline
  • Scorpio Tankers cuts debt by $205m as it clears away 2025 bond
    New York-listed owner takes advantage of strong share price to wipe out convertible debt
  • Hot mess: ITIC pays out after temperature error leads to pastry problem
    UK insurer reimburses ship agent after refrigerated cargo was mistakenly booked at 18 degrees Celsius
  • Tanker boom will make energy transition easier for distracted owners, Ardmore's Gurnee says
    Product carrier boss believes work on decarbonisation can be done at the same time as day-to-day operations
  • 'A real coup': Braemar boosts tanker power with takeover of Spanish broker
    UK shipbroker continues expansion amid sector consolidation
  • North Star secures $171m financing as it plans to build 40 offshore vessels
    Scottish owner aims to expand into European wind markets
  • It was certain box run 'would not last forever', says Offen
    German container ship veteran says container shipping markets resemble pre-2009
  • Greek owner Evalend breaks into product tankers amid latest newbuilding drive
    Kriton Lendoudis linked to a string of tanker and bulker orders at Jiangsu New Yangzijiang
  • Doubts hang over P&I cover for tanker linked to €25m Malta power cable break
    Power company begins legal proceedings against the vessel's owner
  • Hit list: Braemar expects to have other deals completed within six months
    Broker reveals it is constantly working on potential acquisition targets
  • Clarksons' Asia chief quits for fresh venture
    Long-time Clarksons Asia head Martin Rowe is quitting the London-listed brokerage for an undisclosed new venture
  • France's Zephyr & Boree lines up 10-ship order for green container ships
    Project to build wind and methanol-powered feederships for transatlantic service
  • KKR-owned Ocean Yield acquires 10 newcastlemax newbuildings for $576m
    Sale-and-leaseback company will charter vessels to a leading operator on delivery in 2025 and 2026
  • Singapore calls for proposals to develop zero-carbon ammonia bunkering
    Port Authority of Singapore says the move will support the development of the safety standards, regulations and the ecosystem needed
  • 'A real coup': Braemar boosts tanker power in takeover of Spanish broker Medco's desk
    UK shipbroker continues expansion as sector consolidation continues
  • TotalEnergies nears renegotiation of 17 yard slots for Mozambique LNG
    Shipowners hover to learn if delivery re-jig will release any LNG carrier berths for 2026 delivery dates
  • GCMD study to tackle the offloading captured liquified carbon dioxide
    Study aims to help shape regulatory and operational guidelines for shipboard carbon-capture technologies
  • Marco Polo teams with K Line to target Japan wind market
    Singapore company continues to expand its footprint in Asia with deal with one of the world's largest shipowners
  • China Merchants orders up to six PCTCs as it makes big car carrier gamble
    Shipyards under China Merchants Heavy Industry are being roped in to build the new car-carriers
  • California pushes for further reduction of in-port ship emissions
    Pacific Environment wants California Air Resources Board to require zero emissions by 2040

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American Shipper web site
DECEMBER 6, 2022
  • CMA CGM buys New York/New Jersey terminal operations from GCT
    GCT will sell its terminal operations in Staten Island, New York, and Bayonne, New Jersey, to shipping giant CMA CGM.
  • Nissan, Ford test new Autostack system in 1991, transforming auto shipping
    1991: The new system allows automobiles to move in regular intermodal containers instead of the multilevel railcards that now are the industry standard.
  • China Southern to list air cargo capacity on Freightos market
    China Southern Airlines has joined the Freightos air cargo booking platform. It's the first time an airline in China has participated in an online freight market.

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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
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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
››› Meetings File
PRESS REVIEW
3rd oil tanker body found, 5 workers still missing
(Bangkok Post)
TAS Offshore in talks to build 27 tugboats
(The Star Online)
››› Press Review File
FORUM of Shipping
and Logistics
Relazione del presidente Daniele Rossi
Napoli, 30 settembre 2020
››› File
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