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06 December 2022 - Year XXVI
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Exim India web site
NOVEMBER 25, 2022
  • Ministry of Ports, Shipping & Waterways extends its support to CTL-BHP 2023
  • Sumita Dawra is the new Special Secretary (Logistics)
  • Duties on all tariff lines to be eliminated by Australia under the landmark India-Australia Economic Cooperation and Trade Agreement: Goyal
  • KEZAD Group breaks ground on UAE's largest e-commerce fulfilment centre for noon.com
  • Shipping seen playing key role in green fuel transition
  • PM Gati Shakti Multimodal Maritime Summit 2022 in Kolkata deliberates on connectivity to the North-East & eastern neighbours
  • Extremely challenging scenario seen for ocean freight market
  • Bleak prospects seen for cotton exports
  • Mongla allows port entry for 7.50 m draught vessels
  • India seen among fastest growing economies in Asia: OECD
  • Fertiliser import from Russia surges 371 pc

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International Transport Journal web site
NOVEMBER 25, 2022
  • Unctad: e-commerce driving maritime
  • UK rail operator to launch new depot next summer
  • The reasons for damage - and its cost
  • For Vietnam's e-vehicle manufacturer
  • Toll collector expands in Bulgaria
  • JAL and Yamato: cargo service from April 2024
  • Cheng Lu returns to Tusimple
  • Warehouse space for mountain men
  • Rail bridge open for traffic
  • Market for PCTC in motion
  • Camion Transport best employer of the year
  • Planning more sustainability initiatives
  • A double award in Auckland
  • 400,000 sqm in preparation
  • Södra banking on electricity
  • DVF hires new expert
  • ITA recognised by Iata
  • "Curiosity of the Day"

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The Loadstar web site
NOVEMBER 24, 2022
  • Truckers blockade S Korean container ports in new strike over wages
  • Will looming rates war lead to forwarder smash & grab?
  • Apple supply chain disrupted by Foxconn protests and more Covid lockdowns
  • Boxship charter market could see a deluge of sub-let surplus tonnage
  • A squeeze of sweet orange: more flexibility granted to CH Robinson
  • There may be light at the end of the supply chain tunnel of gloom
  • WiseTech still adamant it will benefit from 'continued consolidation' in logistics
  • EU grant means Dronamics' green air cargo flights may take off in Q2
  • 'War Dog' Diveroli takes PayCargo to court over 'lost $100m'

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Marine Log web site
NOVEMBER 24, 2022
  • Seapeak places $1.1 billion order for 5 LNG carriers at SHI
    Seapeak LLC reports that it has entered into shipbuilding contracts for the construction of five 174,000-cubic meter M-type (ME-GA propulsion) LNG carrier newbuildings. They are to be constructed by Samsung Heavy Industries

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Container News web site
NOVEMBER 24, 2022
  • KEZAD Group launches e-commerce fulfillment centre for Middle East's online marketplace
    Khalifa Economic Zones Abu Dhabi - KEZAD Group, the integrated trade, logistics, and industrial hub of Abu Dhabi and a fully-owned subsidiary of AD Ports Group, and noon.com, one of Middle East's online shopping websites, broke ground on the UAE's largest fulfillment centre in Abu Dhabi, which will form part of an anchor investment by noon into the emirate's fast-growing e-commerce space. The 252
  • Fuel prices on downward trend
    According to the weekly outlook of Marine Bunker Exchange (MABUX) for bunker prices, fuel indexes demonstrate a firm downward trend. The 380 HSFO index fell to US4,504.59/MT, the VLSFO index decreased to US$722.45/MT and the MGO index dropped to US$1,088.38/MT. In the meantime, the Global Scrubber Spread (SS) - the price differential between 380 HSFO and VLSFO - continued its firm decline over we
  • Sea-Intelligence reports strong volume growth on North America East Coast
    While North America West Coast port volumes have started to contract sharply in the third quarter of 2022 (both Y/Y and on an annualised basis compared to 2019), the same is not the case for the North America East Coast ports, according to Sea-Intelligence. The Danish shipping data analysis company said that the year-on-year (Y/Y) laden inbound growth in 2022-Q3 was between 4%-11%, and the annual
  • KDB sounds out potential buyers for HMM shares
    Korea Development Bank (KDB) has identified Hyundai Motor, steel mill POSCO, logistics group LX Pantos and SM Line as potential buyers for its 20.69% stake in South Korean flagship carrier HMM. KDB said on 23 November that it has met with representatives of the aforementioned companies to see how its stake in the company can be sold. Meanwhile, Korea Ocean Business Corporation, which owns 19.96%
  • Drewry's WCI retraces 90% of pre-pandemic gains as China-Europe spot prices tumble
    The Drewry's World Container Index (WCI) saw yet another week of fall, by 7% to US$2,404, primarily on the back of tumbling rates in the China-Europe trade lanes. The Drewry's World Container Index has now seen 90% of its gains, from its quote at the onset of the pandemic to its peak level in 2021, erode in just 14 months, even as it took 22 months to scale up to its highest level. The descent ha
  • Tonnage providers' fleet shrinks as market turns
    Tonnage providers have lost 2 million TEU of ships to liner operators as vessel sales shot up from mid-2020 to mid-2022, even though ship sales have tapered off recently with the correction in the freight market. Alphaliner's latest report, released on 23 November, noted that since August 2020, tonnage providers have sold more than 600 boxships, amounting to 2 million TEU, to liner operators whic
  • Zergratran seeks funding to build green shipping corridor as an alternative to the Panama Canal
    Zergratran, a sustainable transportation company, is announcing its Reg A+ offering to raise US$75 million in funding as its initial step to build the first Green Shipping Corridor. An alternative to the Panama Canal for shipping containers - Puerto Internacional Las Americas (PILA) is planned to be an underground green tunnel that uses Maglev technology system to transfer containers in less than
  • Cypriot shipping company enters container sector with boxship pair acquisition
    Cyprus-based shipping company Castor Maritime has announced the acquisition of two container vessels aiming to enter the container sector. Two of Castor Maritime's wholly-owned subsidiaries each entered into two separate agreements to acquire a 2005 German-built 2,700 TEU container ship from two separate entities beneficially owned by family members of Petros Panagiotidis, the company's chairman,
  • APM Terminals confirms management changes in India
    APM Terminals has announced several changes in management roles in India. Following three years as chief operating officer (COO) of Gateway Terminals India Pvt. Ltd. (APM Terminals Mumbai), Girish Aggarwal will become managing director (MD) for Gujarat Pipavav Port Ltd. (APM Terminals Pipavav) from 1 January 2023. "Girish Aggarwal has led Gateway Terminals India Pvt. Ltd as COO since 2019, initia

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Splash web site
NOVEMBER 24, 2022
  • Reach Subsea turns owner with Østensjø MPSV buy
    Norwegian offshore services player Reach Subsea is building up its operations with the acquisition of multipurpose ROV support vessel from compatriot owner Østensjø Rederi. The Haugesund-based company, which has thus far focused on chartered-in vessels, is paying $29m for the 2009-built MPSV, a price it noted was below the charter rates being offered on its ...
  • Golden Energy Offshore offloads PSV
    Norway's Golden Energy Offshore Services (GEOS) has struck a deal to sell its 2005-built platform supply vessel for $6.45m. The buyer for the Norwegian-flagged PSV VesselsValue estimates as worth $5.78m has not been identified. The ship should deliver in the first quarter of 2023, and the sale is expected to boost GEOS' liquidity, which the ...
  • Floatel International wins accommodation vessel contract with Vår Energi
    Oslo-based offshore accommodation platform operator Floatel International has landed a contract with pure-play Norwegian operator Vår Energi for the . The 2010-built semisubmersible vessel will provide accommodation services for the Balder HAP project in Norway. The unit is currently working for Equinor at the Grane field in the Norwegian North Sea. The new contract should ...
  • CSSC Shipping teams with CGN for $98m WTIV deal
    CSSC Shipping has teamed up with CGN International Financial Leasing to acquire a newbuild wind turbine installation vessel. The Hong Kong-listed leasing arm of state-owned China State Shipbuilding Corporation said in a filing that the vessel would be picked up from Guangzhou Shipyard International for $98m. The deal will see CGN own 70% of the ...
  • KNOT books shuttle tanker newbuild for Petrobras charter
    Knutsen NYK Offshore Tankers (KNOT) has inked a contract with Cosco Shipping Heavy Industry (Zhoushan) for a newbuild suezmax shuttle tanker. The 154,000 dwt ship will deliver in 2025 and go on a 15-year-long charter with Brazilian oil giant Petrobras. KNOT has another unit set to deliver in 2024 backed by a 10-year Petrobras charter. ...
  • Global supply chains at risk again as truckers stage another nationwide strike in South Korea
    Truck drivers in South Korea have gone on a second mass strike in less than six months. At least 25,000 truckers are expected to join an indefinite strike that could paralyse critical supply chains, including those in the car, steel and refinery industries. The organisers have warned the strike could stop oil supplies and transport ...
  • Cold lay-ups in the frame as liners look at all options in their toolbox
    Liners will idle as much as 1.5m teu of tonnage next year as the container market eases with analysts warning images of boxships in lay-up could become commonplace once again. British consultants Drewry are forecasting idling will reach approximately 1.5m teu next year, or roughly 6% of the end-2022 cellular fleet. "Carriers are going to ...
  • Google signs up for Moray West wind farm power
    Google has signed up to offtake 100 MW of Moray West offshore wind farm in Scotland's outer Moray Firth region. Moray West is part of the portfolio being developed by Ocean Winds, a 50/50 joint venture owned by EDP Renewables and Engie. Under a 12-year corporate power purchase agreement, the French utility will provide Google ...
  • Ocean Winds forms Irish offshore wind venture
    Ocean Winds, a joint venture between Engie and EDP Renewables (EDPR) has partnered up with the Irish semi-state energy group Bord na Móna to identify, plan and build offshore wind farms in Ireland. The joint venture will initially focus on delivering two potential projects by 2030, which together could generate up to 2.3GW of energy, ...
  • West Arctic Ocean emerges as major source of crude for India
    A new source of Russian crude has emerged for India - the West Arctic Ocean. This new activity which has only been seen this year, started around March on aframax and suezmax tankers, as data from energy analytics firm Vortexa shows (see chart below). Aframax tonne-miles out of the West Arctic Ocean were typically directed ...
  • CIMC scores three-year extension for jackup pair in Mexico
    Chinese yard Cimc Raffles has secured a long-term contract extension for two of its jackup drilling rigs working for Pemex in Mexico, the company's asset manager, Ocean Challenger said. The Gulf Driller VI and Gulf Driller VIII, which have been operating in Mexico since delivery in 2019, have been extended for an additional period of ...
  • Besiktas scores another tanker win
    Turkey's Besiktas Group has sealed its fifth tanker purchase since June. Sources report that the outfit snapped up a ship locally, adding the 12-year-old, 50,000 dwt Bismark Bernas, a Korean built chemical tanker. The ship has already been delivered and renamed . No price has been attached, but online portal VesselsValue indicates that the ship ...
  • PGS awarded Mediterranean survey
    Norwegian seismic player PGS has won a contract from an unnamed independent energy firm for a 3D exploration acquisition in the Mediterranean region. The 2017-built Titan-class vessel will begin the survey in late November, which is expected to last through to mid-January 2023. The 24-streamer ship is currently working in the southeast part of the ...
  • Italians join forces for new Monegasque dry bulk venture
    Two Italian-backed shipowners are joining forces to create a new dry bulk venture in Monaco. Malta-based Navigazione Montanari has partnered with Swiss-based Nova Marine Carriers to create Novamont Dry, which will focus on creating a fleet of chartered-in panamaxes and capesizes when operations start in the new year, adding to a growing cluster of Italian ...
  • Looking to the cloud: connectivity and data as key ingredients for CII compliance
    Simon Gatty Saunt from SES with helpful advice ahead of the impending Carbon Intensity Indicator. The IMO's Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII) regulations will put a letter grade next to a ship, based on its carbon efficiency in operation. This will immediately provide environmentally conscious charterers with a simple and publicly available rating system, on which ...
  • Colombian alternative to the Panama Canal seeks funding
    Florida-based Zergratran, a sustainability driven transportation infrastructure company, is seeking to raise $75m in funding as its initial step to build an alternative to the Panama Canal for shipping containers. Puerto Internacional Las Americas (PILA) is planned to be an underground tunnel that would use Maglev (derived from magnetic levitation) technology to transfer containers in ...

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Lloyd's List web site
NOVEMBER 24, 2022
  • Castor acquires first two boxships amid record profits
    Owner cites improved tanker earnings as contributor to upturn in results
  • LNG spot rates take a dive
    After two months of rapid rate rises, the market is starting to cool off amid an unwinding of vessels waiting...
  • Aframax tanker freight rates hit 17-year high ahead of Russian oil bans
    Freight costs for shipping crude to Europe from the US comprise 11% of the delivered crude price. This is up...
  • Gallagher predicts rates for hull and machinery to harden
    Many shipowners are well placed to pay in the light of the current upturns in many segments. Upfront payment is...
  • Top 10 box port operators 2022
    As the build-up continues to the publication on December 1 of Lloyd's List One Hundred People 2022, ranking the most...
  • UN co-ordinator of Black Sea grain initiative steps down
    The first term of the grain corridor was overseen by Amir Abdulla. His deputy is acting as officer in charge...
  • Maritime centre partners Gard on green project safety
    Gard will assess risks inherent in the centre's pilot projects and provide insurance coverage for the schemes
  • CSSC Shipping agrees deal for wind turbine installation vessel
    Installation vessel will be leased to Summer Bihai
  • Maersk Line settles second sexual misconduct lawsuit
    Lawsuit said female named only as Midshipman Y was forced to sleep in her bathroom - the only room she...
  • Crew retention essential to address seafarer shortage issue
    Seafarer shortage is a real issue that needs to be addressed by the industry, says the Singapore Shipping Association
  • Navigation incidents are 'preventable', says Standard Club
    Tight ship schedules result in commercial pressure on both ship and pilot
  • Daily Briefing
    Why waiting for progress at IMO is a very risky strategy | US updates oil price cap guidance for shipping...
  • OOCL says using greener fuels requires significant crew training
    International Chamber of Shipping is proposing the IMO should itself set a target that all the new regulations for handling...

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TradeWinds web site
NOVEMBER 24, 2022
  • Resurrected Davie Shipbuilding aims to become North America's most modern shipyard
    Alex Vicefield and James Davies, co-founders of parent company Inocea Group, plan to build expedition cruise ships at the yard some day
  • Special report: Shipbuilding faces choppier 2023
    In our latest Business Focus, TradeWinds' reporters Irene Ang, Lucy Hine and Jonathan Boonzaier explore how 2023 threatens to be far choppier for shipyards, how newbuilding demand is expected to remain strong, and how Hyundai Heavy is driving transformation. Read all the stories below
  • Hyundai Heavy invests in digital drive to stay ahead of the curve
    Upgrade of its Ulsan-based shipyard will allow Hyundai Heavy Industries to stay ahead of its rivals and improve production efficiency
  • Shipbuilding boom and oil prices keep Dubai's Drydocks World busy
    Repair yards are seeing a boom in conversion and eco-refit projects as Chinese builders focus on constructing ships
  • China's shipyards turn LNG newcomers with record order haul
    More Chinese yards advance capabilities to move into high-tech vessel building
  • Japanese shipyards feel the pain as bulk carrier orders slump
    But consolidation moves by country's leading yards are starting to pay off
  • Best year for Hyundai yards since 2007 despite a slowdown in global newbuilding orders
    The shipbuilding group is not in a hurry to contract new orders and will not expand its current shipbuilding capacity
  • Buyers ease back on newbuilding volume but not on value in 2022
    LNG carriers overtake container ships in tonnage terms as shipbuilding market hits record order spree
  • Shipyards face 'bumpy' ride in 2023 as economic, capacity and labour issues loom
    Market players are mystified by the lack of tanker orders but demand from LNG, container ship and offshore energy sectors is expected to keep yards busy
  • Masters alerted after contact lost with SK Shipping tanker off West Africa
    UK and French navies ask for help in tracing the B Ocean off Ivory Coast
  • New York braces for the bull: wild ride could await, but mind the horns
    This week's edition of Streetwise takes a look at Castor Maritime's tankers spin-off Toro Corp, and how the offspring resembles the parent - for better or worse
  • 'Lawyer up' now for years of decarbonisation charter wars
    The new CII regulations create a whole class of damage claims to ships that cannot entirely be claused away. Call your lawyer now
  • Zergratran plots $15bn Colombian box tunnel to rival Panama Canal
    Plan to transship containers between Atlantic and Pacific with maglev technology in less than 30 minutes
  • Color Group exits ro-ro sector with sale of veteran ship
    Norwegian owner finds buyer for 1998-built Color Carrier
  • Lawyer up now for years of decarbonisation charter wars
    The new CII regulations create a whole class of damage claims to ships that cannot entirely be claused away. Call your lawyer now
  • Ferries and container ships best suited to green corridors but complexities need more analysis
    Report analyses potential of setting up green corridors for two shorthaul routes and one long range route
  • Ocean Yield extends CMB container ship charters as it adds $90m in liquidity
    Norwegian sale-and-leaseback company also set to bank $67m from ship sales
  • Chandris and Westport take big profits by flipping tankers new and old
    Cumulative profit on two deals amounts to nearly $40m
  • Owners await long-overdue scrapping of elderly rogue VLGC fleet
    Avance Gas believes recycling will pick up pace after just one vessel was demolished in past four years
  • Castor expands into container ships amid high profit, spin-off plan
    Owner reveals its second transformational move in two weeks
  • Avance Gas banks more cash in strongest LPG carrier market since 2015
    And Fredriksen-backed VLGC owner sees more room for improvement in tonne-miles
  • Methanol engines make up a quarter of planned projects, MAN says
    Engine designer reports that many major container ship operators are looking at this fuel alternative
  • Nikolas Tsakos sets out $1bn market cap ambition in TEN's 30th year
    Greek shipowner also wants to see debt fall below $1bn
  • 'Shipless in Oslo': Hunter plots next move with calculator, not gut feelings
    Three projects come under scrutiny at Norwegian company after VLCC fleet sale
  • China's STX Dalian Shipbuilding set to return to newbuilding arena
    New owners to get the ball rolling with orders for handysize bulkers
  • China's STX Dalian Shipbuilding is set to return to newbuilding arena
    New owners to get the ball rolling with orders for handysize bulkers
  • EU still heavily dependent on Russian LNG, says Bancosta
    Russia recorded the highest growth in volumes of any exporter, second only to the US
  • Eastern Pacific grows fleet with more MR tanker newbuildings
    The diversified shipping company has ordered two vessels at Hyundai Vietnam
  • Container ship newbuilding enquiries roll on despite end of bull run
    Fuelling choices on newbuildings are diversifying as more companies take a look at methanol

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UNIPORT sottopone alla politica le questioni ritenute essenziali per lo sviluppo della portualità
Roma
Tra i temi evidenziati, quelli del lavoro portuale e delle concessioni
AGCM, il processo di selezione dei concessionari portuali non dovrebbe prendere le mosse esclusivamente dall'istanza del soggetto interessato
Roma
Illustrate le considerazioni in base alle quali è stata respinta la richiesta di Caronte & Tourist di realizzare un sistema di approdo per la rotta Reggio Calabria-Messina
A Venezia le navi da crociera di lusso di piccola dimensione approderanno al terminal di Fusina
Venezia
Accordo tra Venice Ro-Port Mos e Venezia Terminal Passeggeri
Trecentomila euro di multa a Chantier Naval de Marseille (San Giorgio del Porto) per violazioni ambientali
Marsiglia
Denuncia presentata da due associazioni ambientaliste
Attivato il nuovo corridoio ferroviario merci fra Turchia e Uzbekistan
Tashkent
Attraversa i territori di Iran e Turkmenistan
La società ferroviaria merci austriaca RCG istituisce una propria filiale in Cina
Vienna
L'azienda gestisce circa 600 treni all'anno lungo la Nuova Via della Seta
ESPO, l'applicazione dell'EU ETS al trasporto marittimo deve essere monitorata da subito
Bruxelles
Ryckbost: il dirottamento di navi verso porti extra-UE e il trasferimento modale verso la strada devono essere visti come fallimenti
Il governo di Podgorica punterebbe ad una fusione tra Luka Bar e Port of Adria
Podgorica
La società che gestisce il porto di Bar ha evidenziato più volte la necessità di riappropriarsi delle aree gestite dal gruppo turco GPH
Approvato il progetto di costruzione del nuovo container terminal di TIL/MSC nel porto di Valencia
Valencia
L'investimento complessivo darà di quasi 1,6 miliardi di euro
CER, ERFA, UIP, UNIFE e UIRR esortano l'UE a porre le condizioni per la crescita del trasporto ferroviario delle merci
Bruxelles
Invito ai ministri dei Trasporti dell'Unione Europea a far proprie le ambizioni espresse dalla Commissione
Porto di Gioia Tauro, riduzione delle tasse d'ancoraggio per promuovere i traffici
Gioia Tauro
Destinata a tale scopo la somma di un milione di euro
Il primo gennaio Hapag-Lloyd applicherà una riduzione del surcharge Marine Fuel Recovery
Amburgo
La diminuzione, dopo tre trimestri di aumenti, sarà generalizzata
Federagenti rileva l'urgenza di proteggere i porti dai fenomeni climatici avversi
Roma
Annunciato un appello circostanziato ai ministeri competenti, primo fra tutti quello del Mare
Anche i risultati della tailandese RCL mostrano il rallentamento del mercato dello shipping containerizzato
Bangkok
Nel periodo luglio-settembre i ricavi sono aumentati del +53%
L'Agenzia per il Lavoro Portuale della Sardegna continuerà ad operare per altri tre anni
Cagliari
L'AdSP della Sardegna afferma che quello del lavoro portuale è un settore che gode di ottima salute
MSC attiverà un nuovo servizio di linea diretto tra India e Mediterraneo occidentale
Ginevra
In Italia scalerà i porti di Genova, Salerno e Gioia Tauro
Alessandra Orsero è stata eletta presidente di Confetra Liguria
Genova
È vice presidente di Isomar e di Spediporto
Accademia Italiana della Marina Mercantile e Fincantieri avviano percorsi di formazione continua
Genova
Un programma è stato studiato specificamente per il personale tecnico del polo di Sestri Ponente
Progetto di Fedespedi e Accudire per sperimentare la digitalizzazione della CMR
Milano
Calamandrei: auspichiamo che il parlamento ratifichi, nel minor tempo possibile, il protocollo alla Convenzione CMR
Accordo tra Assologistica e Assiterminal per iniziative volte allo sviluppo del settore logistico
Milano
È incentrato su ntermodalità, modernizzazione dei contratti, digitalizzazione, formazione e sostenibilità
Cepsa investirà tre miliardi di euro per la produzione di idrogeno verde in Andalusia
Madrid
Verrà utilizzato anche per la decarbonizzazione dello shipping attraverso i porti di Algeciras e Huelva
Sbarcato a Savona un carico di grano proveniente dall'Ucraina
Savona
È il primo a giungere in Liguria dall'inizio del conflitto
I porti turchi chiuderanno il 2022 con un'ulteriore crescita del traffico delle merci
Ankara
Atteso un totale di 545 milioni di tonnellate rispetto ai 526 milioni dello scorso anno
Gara per la vendita della terza nave da crociera ordinata da Swan Hellenic a Helsinki Shipyard
Helsinki
È lunga 125,0 metri e larga 24,3 metri
Partnership della giapponese NYK e dell'indonesiana PIS incentrata sul trasporto marittimo di GNL
Tokyo
L'intesa include altri segmenti d'attività, tra cui le rinfuse petrolifere e le FSRU
Federlogistica, giù le mani del Ministero dei Beni culturali dalla blue economy
Roma
Merlo: non possono non generare grande preoccupazione le recenti dichiarazioni del sottosegretario Sgarbi
Aumento dei costi e concomitante riduzione dei traffici pongono sotto pressione i terminalisti portuali italiani
SAILING LIST
Visual Sailing List
Departure ports
Arrival ports by:
- alphabetical order
- country
- geographical areas
Dal porto di Rijeka è partito il primo servizio ferroviario regolare per il mercato austriaco
Rijeka
Avvio del treno blocco dall'Adriatic Gate Container Terminal
Nel terzo trimestre l'indice del fatturato dei servizi di trasporto e magazzinaggio ha registrato una crescita congiunturale del +3,9%
Roma
La variazione tendenziale è del +19,9%
Il Propeller Club di Salerno ha sviscerato le problematiche e le opportunità offerte dal cold ironing
Salerno
Il PNRR destina 700 milioni a 34 porti per l'elettrificazione delle banchine
Lloyd's Register ha ottenuto l'autorizzazione ad ispezionare il naviglio italiano adibito a viaggi nazionali
Londra
Il gruppo britannico potrà agire in qualità di ente tecnico ed organismo tecnico riconosciuto
Il BIMCO prevede che il trend di indebolimento del mercato dello shipping containerizzato si protrarrà nel 2023 e nel 2024
Bagsværd
I carrier, pur di riempire le navi, potrebbero innescare una spirale di discesa dei noli
Hupac incrementerà la frequenza del servizio intermodale Rotterdam-Pordenone
Chiasso
Salirà da tre a cinque rotazioni a settimana
Assarmatori, le tempistiche di applicazione dell'ETS per il trasporto marittimo, in particolare per le Autostrade del Mare, e per il trasporto stradale devono essere allineate
Roma
Messina: è necessario prevenire pericolosi, e potenzialmente irreversibili, fenomeni di trasferimento modale
MSC ha preso in consegna il proprio primo aereo cargo
Ginevra
Verrà impiegato tra Cina. USA, Messico ed Europa
La russa Uralchem sta realizzando un terminal portuale a Taman, in Crimea, per l'esportazione di ammoniaca
Mosca
Dovrebbe diventare operativo entro la fine del 2023
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
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
S. Korean shipyards rank 2nd in new global orders in Nov.
(YONHAP News Agency)
Exclusive: India to offer incentives to boost shipbuilding industry - sources
(Reuters)
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FORUM of Shipping
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Relazione del presidente Daniele Rossi
Napoli, 30 settembre 2020
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