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July 27, 2022
Exim Indiaweb site
  • JNPA partners with Bank of Baroda to digitise the Port Authority's payments, collections & liquidity management
  • 'Transporting Dangerous Goods by Sea' E-Learning course launched
  • Maersk rainbow container in India for month-long tour to celebrate diversity & inclusion
  • Engineering goods exports up in Q1
  • Lowest half-yearly tanker contracting volume on record
  • UPS opens gateway facility at Bengaluru's Kempegowda International Airport
  • Hactl pioneers logistics in training accreditation
  • India's LPG imports seen setting record
  • India should explore trade deal with AfCFTA: Commerce Secretary
  • Govt mulls more sugar exports to prevent defaults on contracts
  • Coastal coal shipping faces rough weather due to rake shortage
  • Non-oil exports to Nepal dip in April-May

The Loadstarweb site
JULY 26, 2022
  • Exclusive: AF-KLM looks set to take commercial control of CMA CGM Air Cargo
  • Truckers end port of Oakland protest blockade over AB5 law - for now
  • Analysis: Exceptional DSV summits beat peak Kuehne
  • SM Line chief eyes IPO revival by 2024 - but no ambitions to acquire HMM
  • K+N targets SMEs for growth as it celebrates 'another outstanding quarter'
  • Coca-Cola gets a taste for cheaper inland waterway service in India
  • Ripples from Black Sea shipping crisis hitting regional supply chains
  • DFDS boosts Irish expansion with takeover of Lucey Transport Logistics

Marine Logweb site
JULY 26, 2022
  • Maersk puts containers on barges for India-Bangladesh cross-border logistics
    Maersk has successfully completed the first India-Bangladesh cross-border logistics of containerized cargo using the inland waterways of the Indo-Bangladesh Protocol Route. By transporting 50 TEU containers for Coca-Cola Bangladesh Beverages from Kolkata
  • Can U.S. LNG exports meet European demand?
    The Council of the EU said today that, in an effort to increase EU security of energy supply, member states have reached a political agreement on a voluntary reduction of natural gas

Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 26, 2022
  • Swedish Club to open new office in Singapore
    Team Singapore is responsible for members in the city state and other markets in Asia including India, Japan and Thailand.
  • Russia and China behind 'high-risk' mid-Atlantic tanker transfer hub
    Emergence of an Atlantic ship-to-ship transfer hub is a case of owners taking big risks for big money. At the...
  • Capesize recycling sale confirms extent of price drop
    Korea Line Corporation sells 23-year-old capesize bulk carrier for scrap for $529 per light displacement tonne
  • Europe's box ports facing multiple challenges
    Box hubs around Europe are facing high yard density and struggling to get containers off dock. Labour shortages are compounding...
  • Gambia's flagging foray results in string of ship detentions
    A string of detentions at the hands of Mediterranean port state control authorities effectively means the entire internationally trading fleet...
  • Flag states still failing to submit casualty reports
    Nearly 40% of very serious casualties do not result in a flag state investigation being published, and even when governments...
  • Infinity Maritime adds ABS to sustainability team
    Interest coming from owners of tankers, gas carriers and shortsea shipping as well as bulkers, says Infinity
  • Oaktree-linked oil tanker banned from Australia on crew welfare issues
    Investigations by Australian authorities found evidence that 21 crew members were collectively owed $86,000, while food and water on board...
  • DSV raises guidance but warns of falling yields
    Earnings in the first half of the year have boosted the full-year outlook. But the second half may not see...
  • HNA Tech to rebuild core business with $106m dry bulker acquisition
    Company says the acquisition will bring the number of vessels in its fleet to nine, after the purchase of two...
  • DSME wins dual-fuel LNG carrier pair order
    Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering said a dramatic increase in liquefied natural gas imports to Europe will lead to a...
  • Ship emissions rising 'in nearly all sectors'
    Shipping emissions have topped 850m tonnes annually, or 1.3% above 2021 levels, says broker Simpson Spence & Young
  • Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation launches $18m drop-in biofuel pilot project
    Pilot project aims to establish an assurance framework that ensures supply chain transparency of drop-in biofuels. The scheme could be...
  • China Merchants unveils green shipping targets
    CMES plans to launch its first carbon-neutral vessel by 2030, although no details were given about the choice of green...
  • Al Seer Marine plans to raise dry bulk capacity to 3m tonnes
    Al Seer Marine early this year acquired four vessels from sanctioned Russian tanker giant Sovcomflot as part of its fleet...
  • Daily Briefing
    Too early to price Ukraine grain risk | Scrubbers offer 'outsized' earnings | VLCC rates rebound | Shippers want consortia...

The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 26, 2022
  • Complaints flowing in after FMC adjusts submission process
  • GPA extends truck hours amid growing vessel backlog
  • ILA open to starting contract talks 'soon' with USMX
  • Falling rates to test shippers' long-term contract resolve: DSV
  • US trucking looking more 'seasonal' to motor carriers

TradeWindsweb site
JULY 26, 2022
  • Seaway 7 scores 'sizeable' contract to lay cable for US wind sector
  • 'Worst is in the rearview mirror': BTIG upgrades International Seaways as VLCCs rise
  • Cruise shares 'diverge' from sector's recovering booking performance
  • New Clarksons digitalisation chief Schroder looking to expand his team
  • Furetank makes its 11 ships in series of LNG/LBG product tankers
  • The sun shines on Hafnia's summer party in Geneva
  • 'Unprecedented demand' pushes Matson carbon emissions up by 17%
  • Dennis Uy's Udenna denies default after debt swells to $1bn-plus
  • Pantheon Tankers shakes off oldest ship pair in bumper market
  • Greek supreme court rejects US plea to detain Iranian oil cargo
  • Dorian LPG forecasts stronger charter earnings as vessel costs drop
  • 'Unwise': broker Hanse says container ship sellers and tanker buyers have missed the boat
  • Broker Hanse says patience needed as supramax sales stall
  • Investment giant Softbank backs communications start-up Marindows
  • Swire lets chartered fleet shrink due to high rates but profit still soars
  • Clarksons heading for big profit jump after 'strong' six months
  • Blystad sells out of larger tankers but remains 'positive'
  • Cido downsizes tanker fleet with sale of handysize chemical tanker quartet
  • South Korea steps out of the shadows to enter carbon debate
  • Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation-led consortium launches $18m biofuel trial
  • Samudera confirms tanker acquisition from Idan Ofer's Eastern Pacific
  • Ukrainian cargo ship banned from Paris MOU ports
  • Turkey's Arkas Holding leaves market guessing with first bulk carrier acquisition
  • US seeks to close inspection loophole to prevent car batteries from sparking ship fires
  • Westport's tanker investment pays off with aframax asset play
  • Zodiac participates in latest round of fundraising at hydrogen start-up
  • Australia bans Oaktree-linked LR2 tanker after court releases it from arrest
  • Union Maritime takes Premuda MR2 newbuilding on five-year charter
  • Baltic Exchange Singapore revitalises summer social at historic Eden Hall

American Shipperweb site
JULY 26, 2022
  • Texas ports report record-breaking container, crude oil volumes
    Container, crude oil and petroleum shipments rose as ports in Houston and Corpus Christi recorded strong freight volumes in June.
  • Coal far from dead: Global trade thrives, war reroutes shipping
    Fallout from the Ukraine-Russia war and concerns over power supply in Europe and Asia support demand for seaborne coal.
  • FMC needs more staff to enforce ocean shipping reforms, official says
    A top regulator says more staff is needed to properly carry out new ocean carrier reforms signed into law by President Joe Biden.
  • How much money do shipping CEOs make? Here's their 2021 pay info
    Last year was historically strong for some maritime businesses, terrible for others. No matter what the sector, maritime CEOs made millions.

The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 26, 2022
  • OIL FUTURES: Crude futures slide amid weakened US economic outlooks, stronger dollar
    Crude futures settled lower July 26 as the market weighed a weakening US economic outlook and concerns about interest rate hikes against reduced Russian gas flows into Europe.
  • US DOE announces next SPR sale, sheds light on plan to replenish reserve
    The US Department of Energy announced July 26 its fifth sale as part of the largest-ever Strategic Petroleum Reserve drawdown aimed at reining in gasoline prices, and also shared details of its plan to replenish the SPR with a proposal that would afford DOE more buying power in the future.
  • Bunker fuel tightness expected to continue at Chittagong: traders
    The availability of bunker fuel is expected to remain tight at the port of Chittagong owing to supply constraints stemming from government restrictions on imports, with a new cargo expected no less than two months later from 26 July, a trader at Chittagong said.
  • Platts to launch carbon-accounted Aframax tanker assessments on 4 European routes Aug 1
    These new assessments will reflect the cost to move crude oil or fuel oil on an Aframax tanker on each route, including the additional cost required to offset 100% of the carbon dioxide emissions created through the combustion and exhaust of a ship's marine fuel through the European Union's Emissions Trading System (ETS).
  • OIL FUTURES: Crude moves higher amid limited Russian gas flows
    Gazprom said July 25 it would reduce gas flows to Europe via its Nord Stream 1 pipeline starting July 27. Citing maintenance on a turbine, natural gas flows are set to drop to 20% of pipeline capacity.
  • REFINERY NEWS: South Africa's Natref expects to restart by end July
    The refinery declared force majeure on supplies of oil products on July 15 after it ran out of crude "following delays in crude oil shipments to Natref due to a force majeure at the loading port," it said.
  • CHINA DATA: July crude throughputs seen lower amid heavy maintenance
    These refineries will process a combined 7.35 million b/d of feedstock in July against their combined capacity of 10 million b/d.
  • ENEOS seeks to boost July-September fuel oil prices by 9%-17%
    ENEOS is looking to raise the July-September high sulfur fuel oil price by 8.8% to Yen 102,620/kl ($120.69/b) from the April-June quarter, according to the documents.
  • Japan to introduce new refining regulations, incorporate decarbonization efforts
    Japan will start formal policy discussions July 28 to introduce a fourth round of refining regulations aimed at boosting the processing volume of vacuum residue, with preferential treatment expected for efforts to decarbonize the refining process, sources told S&P Global Commodity Insights July 26.
  • India's MRPL offers 50,000 mt low sulfur marine fuel for Aug 7-9
    MRPL last offered 40,000 mt of marine fuel 0.5% for May 2-4 loading from New Mangalore.
  • Singapore front month gasoil backwardation slumps below $2/b for first time in 6 months
    The easing in front-month backwardation comes after record high cracks for gasoil in June encouraged refineries to keep production levels high and tilt yields towards gasoil.
  • REFINERY MARGIN TRACKER: Singapore tumbles on rising stocks, increased export competition
    Singapore margins weakened on rising inventories and increased competition as Singaporean refiners were overshadowed by other regional refiners, primarily in South Korea and China.
  • Intense competition pushes Zhoushan LSFO bunker spread with Shanghai to all-time lows
    At least one of China's state-own oil companies was offering delivered low sulfur fuel oil more aggressively than most other physical bunker suppliers at Zhoushan to capture demand, market sources said July 26.

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FROM THE HOME PAGE
Inaugurato il nuovo impianto per il caffè verde di Pacorini Silocaf nell'area retroportuale di Vado Ligure
Vado Ligure
Con una capacità di stoccaggio di 27.000 tonnellate, è il più grande al mondo per questa tipologia di merce
Nel secondo trimestre il traffico dei container nei terminal portuali di Contship Italia è diminuito del -4,5%
Amburgo
Complessivamente i terminal della capogruppo Eurokai hanno movimentato tre milioni di teu (-4,0%)
Porto della Spezia, avviata la seconda fase della gara per il nuovo molo crociere a Calata Paita
La Spezia
L'offerta tecnica ed economica dovrà essere presentata entro il 7 novembre
SAILING LIST
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Arrival ports by:
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Nel 2024 nella flotta di Condor Ferries entrerà un primo innovativo aliscafo ad alimentazione elettrica
Avrà un'autonomia di 115 miglia nautiche alla velocità di 25 nodi
DATABASE
ShipownersShipbuilding and Shiprepairing Yards
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PORTS
Italian Ports:
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Cagliari Naples Trapani
Carrara Palermo Trieste
Civitavecchia Piombino Venice
Italian Interports: list World Ports: map
MEETINGS
Giovedì a Roma sarà celebrato il venticinquennale della Federazione del Mare
Verranno presentati il VI Rapporto sull'economia del mare e il volume “Cinquant'anni di economia marittima in Italia: evoluzione e prospettive tra XX e XXI secolo”
Dal 23 al 27 giugno alla Spezia si terrà la settima edizione di Seafuture
La manifestazione internazionale è dedicata alla Blue Economy e alle innovazioni nel settore navale e marittimo
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PRESS REVIEW
China starts importing to Turkey via BTK
(AzerNews)
China started shipping dried fruits to Turkey via the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars (BTK) railway.
Thessaloniki port starts tender process for extension of Pier 6
(Athens Macedonian News Agency - AMNA)
A tender was issued for a first-stage.
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FORUM of Shipping
and Logistics
Relazione del presidente Daniele Rossi
Napoli, 30 settembre 2020
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