testata inforMARE
06 October 2022 - Year XXVI
Independent journal on economy and transport policy
05:58 GMT+2
August 12, 2022
Exim Indiaweb site
  • Allcargo Logistics' Q1 revenue up 65 pc YoY; Q1 EBITDA doubles YoY to INR 434 cr.
  • JNPA SEZ Conclave concludes with positive response from potential investors in Surat
  • GIVVEN Logistics successfully executes project shipments from China despite constraints
  • Milaha reports 46 pc increase in net profit for H1 2022
  • Our ports this week
  • Port sector growth surpasses pre-pandemic volumes in Q1FY23
  • Trade with Russia, Sri Lanka seen at $8-9 bn in 2 months
  • India's GDP seen growing at 8.2 pc over the next decade
  • Tractor exports up 24 pc
  • DGFT notifies curbs on export of wheat flour, maida, semolina
  • Sugar output seen dipping in 2022-23

International Transport Journalweb site
  • Make a mint from rubbish

The Loadstarweb site
AUGUST 11, 2022
  • China trade surplus under threat as peak season collapses and demand cools
  • DHL GF expands its African footprint with Ethiopia Airlines JV
  • Signing-up to TIR could boost landlocked freight and ease border crossing
  • Hapag-Lloyd profits holding up - even as demand ebbs and rates fall
  • On the wires: Beyond Hapag-Lloyd's luxurious interims
  • Cainiao taps into growing China-Israel trade with Middle East distribution centre
  • Pressure mounts on industry to tackle supply chain emissions
  • Markets: A rally, 0% inflation, SoftBank c(r)ash - and winter is coming
  • Air cargo pays tribute after the loss of 'one of its greats' - Chris Foyle

Marine Logweb site
AUGUST 11, 2022
  • GAO denies bid protest of Bollinger MCM UV award
    Bollinger Shipyards had a significant contract win back in April when it was awarded a $13,725,953 Navy contract for the production of the Mine Countermeasures Unmanned Surface Vessel (MCM USV), engineering services

Lloyd's Listweb site
AUGUST 11, 2022
  • Diana Shipping acquires nine ultramax bulkers
    Acquisition of Japanese-built bulkers, average age 5.4 years, to be paid for in cash and shares
  • Boxship sale and purchase market hits summer lull
    MSC reported to have purchased 3,500 teu capacity boxship from German owners, while Taiwanese shipbuilder sells a series of speculative...
  • Energy-switching and oil inventory build-ups to lift crude and product demand
    Closely watched report estimates fuel oil and gasoil substitution to add 510,000 barrels per day to global demand, while building...
  • European Commission calls for evidence on consortia block exemption
    Shippers, forwarders and others in the supply chain have been vocal over the role of the consortia block exemption on...
  • Seaspan rejects force majeure from Chinese yard
    Seaspan has more than 50 ships, whose sizes range from 7,000 teu to 24,232 teu, on order with Chinese yards...
  • Scrubber profits drive VLCC retrofits for DHT Holdings
    Owner of 24 very large crude carriers said $25m cost will be paid within a year at current fuel oil...
  • Höegh Autoliners earnings boosted by Chinese car exports
    Net freight rates improved by 8.4% in comparison to first quarter, while cargo volumes were up by 7.3% due to...
  • JCC sees surge in inquiries to ship grains from Ukraine
    A dozen ships have left Ukraine so far and four have been authorised to enter in the two weeks that...
  • Port congestion hits transatlantic trade
    Carrier schedules are falling into disarray as congestion mounts on both ends of the transatlantic trade. This is helping reduce...
  • Hapag-Lloyd sees market easing after record first half
    Hapag-Lloyd expects conditions that have wreaked havoc on the container shipping sector to ease in the forthcoming quarters as demand...
  • Ukraine minister says grain exports to reach 3m tonnes in September
    Black Sea safe corridor has cleared berths at three ports of Odesa, Chornomorsk and Yuzhnyi which 'are free and ready...
  • Euroseas eyes continuing high profits despite container uncertainty
    Sentiment in containership market has cooled a little, says company, but high charter coverage to at least the end of...
  • DSME delivers two BW LNG vessels
    Both vessels will go straight to BW LNG's clients. BW ENN Snow Lotus will be delivered to ENN, and BW...
  • CSIC's Sunrui wins fuel gas supply systems order for up to 10 vessels
    The FGSS will assist the 7,380 dwt dual-fuel bunker vessels ordered last year by Singapore's Singfar International at Lianyungang Shenghua
  • Ports on US Gulf and east coasts report record volumes as congestion persists
    About 80 box ships are waiting at anchorage on the east and US Gulf coasts, according to Lloyd's List Intelligence...
  • Daily Briefing
    Ukraine grain shipment bulker not covered for war risk or cargo | First humanitarian aid ship heads to Ukraine for...
  • Indonesian court fines seized RCL vessel master $13,500
    Indonesian court has released the vessel, which reached Singapore on August 9

The Journal of Commerceweb site
AUGUST 11, 2022
  • LTL carriers expanding despite slowing US economy
  • Los Angeles among recipients of US DOT port grants
  • Yang Ming H1 profit doubles to $3.9 billion on higher rates, volumes
  • New clean truck rule puts California dray capacity on chopping block
  • Hapag-Lloyd sees strong H2 after record $9.5 billion H1 profit

TradeWindsweb site
AUGUST 11, 2022
  • Seafarer ministries look to industry as demand shifts continue
  • Did Diana Shipping overpay for big bulker bonanza?
  • 'Significant' expected decline in boxship charter rates puts Euroseas on scrapping alert
  • Diana Shipping takes out Sea Trade with bold $330m deal to buy nine ultramaxes
  • 'Scramble' for gas prompts Golar LNG to ready speculative LNG carrier-to-FLNG build
  • Iranian-flagged tanker at centre of bitter legal row starts reloading oil seized in Greece
  • Excelerate Energy pencils in FSRU newbuilding as project demand picks up
  • Streetwise: Dry bulk owners are paying big dividends, but is their strategy doing likewise?
  • Charterer gives up waiting for Russia sanctions review of Besiktas tanker in Norway
  • Lawyer Panayiotou hired to lead ESG strategy at West of England
  • Avenir LNG hooks up with Swedish port for new fast-track LNG terminal
  • Excelerate Energy to fire up FSRU-based Finnish terminal in fourth quarter
  • Is this finally a breakthrough for VLCCs or another false dawn?
  • Habben Jansen flags pressure on container markets after Hapag-Lloyd profits treble
  • Hoegh Autoliners starts rewarding shareholders with fat dividends after November IPO
  • UN focused on 'freeing up Ukraine port space' for grain shipments
  • Indian shipowners' CEO Anil Devli quits for director's post at Seven Islands Shipping
  • Closure of Taiwan Strait unlikely to have much impact on tankers, says BRS

American Shipperweb site
AUGUST 11, 2022
  • FMC considering 60-day congestion emergency order
    Federal regulators are considering a congestion emergency order to require carriers to share cargo data with shippers, railroads and trucks.
  • Air Canada shows big ambitions for cargo startup
    Air Canada is moving quickly up the ranks of hybrid passenger-cargo carriers.
  • Yang Ming: Revenue up nearly 50% - end of story
    Yang Ming summed up its second quarter and the first half of 2022 in about 150 words.
  • Hapag-Lloyd CEO: US consumer still 'holding up,' demand not collapsing
    Hapag-Lloyd bookings point to a gradual unwind of the container shipping boom, not a crash.
  • Lufthansa Cargo to deploy more freighter capacity in N. America, Asia
    Lufthansa Cargo is increasing cargo capacity to key markets after adding a large 777 freighter.

The Bunker Bulletinweb site
AUGUST 11, 2022
  • Marathon awarded one-quarter of latest US crude stockpile release: DOE
  • Prices strengthen after IEA hikes global demand growth
  • East Texas forward gas basis jumps as market prices in Freeport LNG demand
  • Port of Antwerp-Bruges sees multi-fuel as the future of energy transition in maritime
  • REFINERY NEWS ROUNDUP: Higher runs expected at Russian plants
    Processing at bigger refineries will depend on the early start of autumn maintenance at some plants. Their planned sales of diesel and gasoline and diesel on the St. Petersburg's exchange have been lower than July, indicating an earlier start to some partial works. Others, however, will increase fuel oil sales, indicating higher processing rates.
  • OPEC trims 2022 oil demand growth but remains sanguine on transport fuels
    On Aug. 11, the IEA hiked its 2022 oil demand growth estimate by 380,000 b/d to 2.1 million b/d, citing "soaring" oil use in power generation and gas-to-oil switching in industry as a result of surging gas prices.
  • Germany's Hapag-Lloyd sees resilient container shipping demand despite macro concerns
    Hapag-Lloyd expects global container volume growth to slow to 2% this year, from 7% in 2021, the company said citing Seabury and Container Trade Statistics figures.
  • REFINERY NEWS: Saudi Jazan still not exporting ULSD
    The refinery had been expected to start ULSD production in May and exports in June as it was reducing exports of high sulfur vacuum gasoil, traders said.
  • South Africa's Engen seeks gasoil, kerosene for Aug-Sept loading
    Engen previously sought 40,000 mt of 10 ppm sulfur winter-specification gasoil from Singapore/Malaysia loading over Aug. 19-21, or the Persian Gulf/India with loading over Aug. 23-25, S&P Global Commodity Insights reported earlier. The results of the tender could not be confirmed.
  • Spain's LNG imports double in July on storage, export, power demand: Enagas
    On the supply side, the US continued to be Spain's principal LNG supplier with 8.5 TWh delivered in July -- a more than threefold increase on year -- with Nigeria the second-largest, delivering 5.9 TWh.
  • August global refinery runs to reach highest since January 2020: IEA
    Refinery throughputs rose 1.1 million barrels/day on the month to 81.5 million b/d in July and are expected to gain another 350,000 b/d in August and reach 81.8 million b/d.
  • OIL FUTURES: Crude firms after IEA projects higher oil demand growth for 2022
    Earlier in the day, the IEA published a revised 2022 oil demand growth estimate, hiking the projection by 380,000 b/d to 2.1 million b/d thanks to what it called "soaring" oil use in power generation and gas-to-oil switching in industry as a result of surging gas prices.
  • Rotterdam HSFO crack strengthens as market braces for sanctions
    Traders have been bracing for the introduction of the European Union's fifth sanctions package, which encompasses products such as coal with CN code 2707, and which traders believe also applies to 3.5%S FO due to its high aromatic content, which exceeds 50%. According to traders, this prevents the import of Russian products falling under the 2707 CN code into the EU after Aug. 10.
  • IEA points to potentially lower oil prices on predicted stock build
    The Paris-based energy agency projects global inventories to increase by 900,000 b/d during the rest of the year and 500,000 b/d over the first half of 2023, adding that the release of extra emergency stocks until at least October will help ease a tight market.
  • IEA raises 2022 oil demand growth estimate by 380,000 b/d on power burn, gas-to-oil switching
    aThe increase in the IEA's 2022 growth estimate contrasts with the US Energy Information Administration on Aug. 9 lowering its demand estimates for 2022 and 2023 due to a more subdued economy, although the EIA's 2022 growth estimate matches the new IEA estimate of 2.1 million b/d.

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FROM THE HOME PAGE
Interporto Padova inaugura il nuovo terminal di 35mila metri quadri dedicato ai semirimorchi
Padova
Pasqualetti: il prossimo traguardo sarà la totale automazione delle operazioni di movimentazione
Si fa più intenso il confronto tra carrier marittimi containerizzati e gli utenti dei loro servizi in vista della decisione sull'eventuale proroga del CBER
Bruxelles
I primi hanno inviato un documento alla Commissione UE motivando le ragioni del rinnovo del regolamento. I secondi hanno spedito una lettera alla commissaria Vestager in cui spiegano che l'attuale sistema premia solo i vettori marittimi
Hupac attiverà un treno shuttle tra Italia e Polonia
Chiasso
Collegherà Gliwice e Pordenone tre volte alla settimana
Nei prossimi giorni l'operatore intermodale elvetico Hupac attiverà un treno shuttle tra Italia e Polonia aperto a tutti gli operatori di trasporto che avrà una frequenza
SAILING LIST
Visual Sailing List
Departure ports
Arrival ports by:
- alphabetical order
- country
- geographical areas
CDP, Intesa Sanpaolo e BEI concedono a La Spezia Container Terminal un finanziamento di 160 milioni
La Spezia
Saranno utilizzati, tra l'altro, per acquistare 20 nuovi mezzi di sollevamento
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
Il 26 ottobre a Lugano si terrà la quinta edizione di “Un mare di Svizzera”
Grande spazio verrà dedicato al cronoprogramma delle nuove infrastrutture previste a sud della Svizzera
Convegno “Riparazioni navali in crescita: investimenti per il futuro di Genova”
Si terrà il 23 settembre nel capoluogo ligure
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PRESS REVIEW
Furious Phil Goff on a future without Port-omation
(Newsroom)
Le secrétaire général de l'Elysée, Alexis Kohler, mis en examen pour "prise illégale d'intérêts"
(franceinfo)
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FORUM of Shipping
and Logistics
Relazione del presidente Daniele Rossi
Napoli, 30 settembre 2020
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