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November 29, 2022

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Exim India web site
NOVEMBER 29, 2022
  • India to prioritise logistics during G20 Presidency
  • CMA CGM Group records strong results in third quarter
  • Capt. Suneha Gadpande to address GMU students on key topic
  • JNPA hosting two-week 'Orientation Programme' for officers from Major Ports; domain experts & leading faculties to conduct the programme
  • Trendlog Consol Services celebrates 1st Anniversary
  • AD Ports Group inks topside infrastructure agreement for CMA Terminals Khalifa Port with China Harbour Engineering Co.
  • Port of Rotterdam Authority welcomes first users of Container Exchange Route
  • NYK in joint study for decarbonised transportation of copper products
  • Maersk Tankers creates new credit facility to strengthen pool cash flow
  • Report reaffirms commitment to identify & combat Customs-related commercial fraud
  • Proposed India-GCC FTA to be a modern, comprehensive agreement
  • Maritime decarbonisation seen entailing huge cost
  • India capable of generating 9 pc growth rate: Sanjiv Sanyal
  • Traders struggle to export cotton due to farmers' refusal to sell
  • India & UAE central banks explore trade in local currencies
  • Shipments of nutri-cereals seen at $100 m in FY24

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International Transport Journal web site
NOVEMBER 29, 2022
  • London - Southampton shuttle introduced
  • Unctad: e-commerce driving maritime
  • Etihad Cargo renews Ceiv Pharma certification
  • Logwin: high expectations
  • IRU: TIR could ease jams on Ukrainian border
  • Hill Dickinson launches first round of promotions
  • Are green corridors on the way?
  • CMA CGM can't help it
  • More trains to run through Central Asia
  • DFS picks Andriy Blagovisniy
  • More space for luxury
  • Eurocontrol to support recovery of air traffic
  • Northern ports protecting the tidelands
  • Loan to secure Serbia's fleet upgrade
  • Next to Tesla
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • KWE opens sea freight office in Basel
  • Air NZL Cargo picks ACP Worldwide for Australia

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The Loadstar web site
NOVEMBER 28, 2022
  • Protests at China lockdowns spread, with supply chains looking vulnerable again
  • Acquisition of German forwarder Fair Trade will boost Allcargo's NVOCC reach
  • OceanX: Calculating capacity; carriers in the dock; Covid concerns climb
  • Burrell eyes Colorado Springs as it brings regional airports into the cargo game
  • CMA CGM Air Cargo in Q3: profit, loss or breakeven? Not saying
  • Ocean carrier CMA CGM bucks negative growth trends and profits swell

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Marine Log web site
NOVEMBER 28, 2022
  • BC Ferries reports increased ridership, revenues and earnings
    One of the world's largest ferry operators, Canada's BC Ferries, has released its second quarter results for the three and six months ending September 30, 2022. Vehicle and passenger traffic, revenue and
  • DOF ASA wins new contracts and charters in a CSV
    When we last reported on Norwegian offshore services provider DOF ASA it appeared that the company was headed for either a forced restructuring under the Norwegian Reconstruction Act, or bankruptcy. Which of
  • Production of first WindWings gets under way
    BAR Technologies' WindWings solid sails have received a lot of media attention as ship operators increasingly eye retrofits of wind assisted propulsion as a means of reducing carbon emissions. Now BAR Technologies

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Container News web site
NOVEMBER 28, 2022
  • GAC Group appoints new president
    GAC Group has announced the appointment of Pontus Fredriksson as its new group president effective from January 2023. Fredriksson joined GAC in 2007 and has been group vice president of GAC's Americas region since August 2019. He previously held various finance and managerial roles in the Middle East, including managing director of GAC Bahrain. "His acumen and sound industry knowledge put him in
  • ECU's parent Allcargo acquires German cargo consolidator Fair Trade GmbH
    Allcargo Logistics, India's leading 3PL provider, has added another partner to its global NVOCC network, operated under its wholly-owned subsidiary brand ECU Worldwide. The company has signed an agreement to buy a controlling 75% stake in Germany's Fair Trade GmbH, which offers FCL and LCL consolidation services. "The company's wholly-owned subsidiary Allcargo Belgium N.V. (WOS) has entered into
  • DP World announces new train service connecting UK box terminals
    A new intermodal train service connecting DP World's container terminals in the United Kingdom, at London Gateway and Southampton, is expected to boost the resilience of the customers' supply chains and enable them to switch volumes quickly and easily between the two UK locations. The train takes up to 120 lorries a week off the roads and cuts carbon emissions by up to 80%, according to DP World,
  • FESCO and Egypt explore possibilities for Alexandria-Novorossiysk shipping service
    Andrey Severilov, chairman of the board of directors of the FESCO Transport Group held a meeting with Yasser Moustafa, the head of the commercial Bureau of the Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt, in Russia, to discuss opportunities for opening a new shipping service from Alexandria port to Novorossiysk for food and agricultural products delivery. According to the Russian transport company FESC
  • CMA CGM nears US$20 billion in third-quarter revenue, reduces net debt
    The board of directors of the CMA CGM Group met under the chairmanship of Rodolphe Saadé, the company's chairman and chief executive officer, in order to review the financial statements for the third quarter of 2022. According to the group's statement, CMA CGM showed very strong financial results despite inflation, slowing consumer spending and economic uncertainty. Commenting on the 2022 Q3 resu
  • Wan Hai boss optimistic that freight situation will rebound
    Wan Hai chairman Chen Bo-ting believes the freight market will turn around in mid-2023, as concerns over Russia's invasion of Ukraine and Covid-19 should ease by then. Since the middle of the year, freight rates have fallen from historical highs and are expected to reach the low levels seen before Covid-19 hit in 2020. Chen said, "Overall, things aren't as bad as what many people imagine. Today's
  • Angelina Egorenkov appointed as captain in ZIM
    Angelina Egorenkov received the official appointment of captain from ZIM president and CEO, Eli Glickman, in a ceremony held at the company's headquarters in Haifa, Israel. Egorenkov began her maritime career as a cadet on the company's ships in 2003. She is a graduate of the Marine Institute in Akko and has a multidisciplinary bachelor's degree from the University of Haifa. David Arbel, vice pre
  • CN analysis: Freight rates on Indian trades hit new lows amid weakening demand
    Container freight rates on major trades out of India have hit new lows in November amid falling cargo volumes, according to the latest market analysis by Container News . On the westbound India-Europe trade, average contract rates from West India [Jawaharlal Nehru Port (JNPT)/Nhava Sheva or Mundra Port] to Felixstowe/London Gateway (UK) or Rotterdam (the Netherlands) have plunged to US$2,300 per

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Splash web site
NOVEMBER 28, 2022
  • Advanced biofuels can accelerate shipping's decarbonisation without new infrastructure
    Dr Nicholas Ball, CEO of XFuel, makes the case for greater use of biofuels today. We are increasingly seeing a premium emerge for vessels that can demonstrate sustainability credentials. This however is set against a practical challenge. Many of the solutions currently being developed still face a number of technical and logistical issues. For larger ...
  • BAR Technologies presses ahead with wind propulsion as first WindWings take shape
    Marine engineering consultancy BAR Technologies and its Scandinavian partner Yara Marine Technologies are pressing ahead with the construction of WindWings, having completed the first cut of steelwork for the first production run of BAR's wind sail technology. Mitsubishi Corporation's 2017-built panamax bulk carrier Pyxis Ocean, on a charter with development partner Cargill, will be the ...
  • Junzheng Logistics books chemical tankers at domestic yard
    Shanghai Junzheng Logistics, also known as Gentco Logistics, has placed an order at China Merchants Jinling Shipyard in Yangzhou for the construction of two 25,900 dwt stainless steel chemical tankers. No price or delivery date has been revealed for the pair designed by Shanghai Odely Marine Engineering and classed by ABS. The newbuilds will be ...
  • DeepOcean awarded more than $200m worth of contracts
    Norwegian subsea contractor DeepOcean has won new deals from Equinor, ConocoPhillips and BP worth a total of NOK2bn ($201.6m). The work scopes involve subsea inspection, maintenance and repair (IMR), subsea construction, removal and recycling of subsea equipment, and subsea survey scopes in the North Sea region, until the end of 2026. "In recent years, future ...
  • Pontus Fredriksson named new GAC president
    Global shipping, logistics and marine services provider GAC Group has announced the appointment of Pontus Fredriksson as its new president effective from January 2023. Bengt Ekstrand, who has held the position for the past 10 years, will take on the role of executive co-chairman alongside GAC's long-standing executive chairman Björn Engblom. Ekstrand's tenure began at ...
  • SeaMar clinches DSV extension with Neptune
    Dutch offshore vessel owner SeaMar has secured a new one-year charter extension deal with Neptune Energy Netherlands (Neptune) for the 1986-built dive support vessel (DSV) . The Gibraltar-flagged ship has been supporting Neptune with inspection, repair and maintenance (IRM) campaigns in the southern sector of the North Sea on the Dutch continental shelf. In March ...
  • South Korea's striking truckers face back-to-work order if talks fail
    South Korea's government failed to reach a deal with thousands of unionised truckers in the first round of talks on Monday, the fifth day of a mass walkout that has disrupted logistics and crippled several key industries in the country. The truckers are demanding the government extend and expand a system calculating minimum wages based ...
  • DSME cancels last of three Sovcomflot LNG carriers
    South Korea's Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) has cancelled a third and final order for a specialised icebreaking LNG carrier newbuild that was originally contracted by Russian shipowner Sovcomflot. The shipbuilder, which did not name the owner involved, said in a stock exchange filing that due to export controls on Russia, the supply of ...
  • Floatel International gets another Equinor charter extension
    Floatel International has secured another contract extension from Norway's Equinor for the . The Oslo-based offshore accommodation platform operator said the new deal would see the 2010-built semisub flotel continue to work at the Grane field in the Norwegian North Sea until March 31, 2023. Equinor, who extended the charter in October until the end ...
  • Shipping braces as largest uprising since Tiananmen Square rips across China
    The largest protests seen in China since the Tiananmen Square massacre of 1989 have spooked financial and commodity markets today. Both the Hong Kong and Shanghai stock markets closed down on Monday while the prices of key commodities including oil came under pressure. The immediate trigger for the demonstrations was a deadly fire in Urumqi, ...
  • Grain from Ukraine scheme launched by Zelenskiy
    President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has unveiled a new Grain from Ukraine scheme, with his nation determined to get up to 60 bulk carriers working exclusively on shipping the foodstuff on dedicated routes to Africa by the middle of next year. The news comes swiftly after the United Nations-brokered Black Sea Grain Initiative was extended for another ...
  • Liner shipping on course to smash last year's record profits by 50%
    Despite myriad doom and gloom headlines based on rapidly declining spot rates, an influential container expert is forecasting liner shipping will post a full-year net profit of $223.4bn, a 50.6% improvement over the record profits made last year. John McCown, who runs Blue Alpha Capital in the US, has issued his latest liner quarterly profits ...
  • NYK unveils ammonia hybrid designs
    Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK), MTI and Elomatic have completed the concept design phase of a new capesize bulk carrier and a very large crude oil tanker (VLCC) in a project that aims to build an LNG-fuelled vessel that can be efficiently converted to an ammonia-fuelled vessel. The three companies are positioning these new hybrids as ...
  • Jan De Nul acquires Global Marine OSV
    Belgian offshore contractor Jan De Nul has bolstered its fleet by acquiring offshore support vessel from UK-based subsea cabling specialist Global Marine Systems, part of the Global Marine Group. No price has been revealed for the 2011-built ship, online pricing portal VesselsValue estimates as worth $71.82m. The OSV has been renamed Symphony and will mainly ...
  • Siem Offshore scores MPSV contract
    Siem Offshore has been awarded a new contract for the 2009-built multipurpose support vessel (MPSV). The Norwegian offshore vessel operator said the ship had been fixed for a firm period of one year with options attached for further extensions. The contract will commence in direct continuation of the current agreement and operations are expected ...
  • New car carrier trade from Vietnam launches
    Sporting a white and red livery with a VinFast logo emblazoned across it, the 2009-built departed Haiphong in northern Vietnam on Friday for a new era in the car carrier trades with the nation's prime minister watching on. The ship, on long term charter from Dubai's Sallaum Lines, is carrying the first 999 locally made ...
  • First direct shipment of Australian gas arrives in Europe
    The ongoing redrawing of the seaborne energy trading map in the wake of the war between Russia and Ukraine is making for some extraordinarily long journeys. Woodside Energy Group announced today it has shipped an LNG cargo direct to Europe from Australia's North West Shelf project for the first time The 75,000 tonne cargo was ...
  • 10% general increase in P&I renewals across the board
    Shipowners face another year of swelling insurance costs. North P&I Club is the latest club to come in with a 10% general increase announcement for 2023/24, with its merger partner Standard announcing the same 10% as has Skuld and the West of England. The news follows on from hefty rises - averaging 12.5% - announced ...
  • K Line set to take delivery of landmark ammonia-powered newcastlemax in 2026
    Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line), together with Itochu, Nihon Shipyard, Mitsui E&S Machinery, and NS United Kaiun Kaisha have obtained an approval in principle (AiP) from classification society, Nippon Kaiji Kyokai (ClassNK) for the design of a 200,000 dwt ammonia-fuelled newcastlemax bulk carrier. The vessel was developed by Nihon Shipyard with government backing. K Line ...
  • Diligent sells supramax for $18m
    Greece's Diligent Holdings has sold its 2009-built, 56,000 dwt supramax bulk carrier to Roy Khoury-led Blue Fleet Group of Lebanon for $18m. The deal comes after Diligent sold a 2008-built, 56,000 dwt Oreo to the same buyers in June for $19.35m. Over the past 18 months, Diligent has sold seven ships, using Hull Search International ...
  • CNOOC buys 5% stake in production-sharing agreement at Buzios oil field
    Brazil's state-owned oil company Petrobras announced last week that it had received $1.9bn from CNOOC Petroleum Brasil Ltd. (CPBL) for a 5% stake in a production-sharing agreement for the Buzios field in the pre-salt of the Santos Basin. The $1.9bn includes adjustments provided for in the contract. The transaction is subject to approval by Brazil's ...
  • UK, Wales governments to receive bid to create freeport in North Wales
    The county council in Anglesey, an island in Wales off the mainland's northwest coast, and Sweden's Stena Line plan to submit this week a bid to create a freeport at Holyhead Port in North Wales. Stena Line has also invested in a 213-acre site, one of a number of sites that will be selected across ...

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Lloyd's List web site
NOVEMBER 28, 2022
  • The week in charts: Panama tops flag state ranking | Aframax tanker freight rates at 17-year high | Data corroborates drone attack reports
    The ranking of the top box port operators has been revealed. Elsewhere, vessel-tracking data corroborates reports of drone attack on...
  • FMC's Bentzel sees 'huge' upside in harmonising US data flows
    Commissioner Carl Bentzel says there are behind-the-scenes discussions going on 'just to make sure that this is achievable with without...
  • Russian interference cuts Odesa ports capacity in half, says Ukrainian official
    Black Sea Grain Initiative is not operating at maximum efficiency due to logistics bottleneck
  • Berge Bulk sells ageing bulk carrier for HKC recycling
    The 171,000 dwt vessel Berge Apo is the fourth large bulk carrier to have been sold by Berge Bulk for recycling...
  • The week in newbuildings: K Line makes ammonia bulk carrier push
    Newcastlemax vessel will be built by Japan's Nihon Shipyard for delivery in 2026
  • Box lines face hard landing as rates continue slide
    Slack demand and easing congestion have pricked the bubble of container spot rates. With costs rising and new capacity coming...
  • Cosco expands overseas car shipping exposure
    More vessels will be deployed to link China with foreign markets including Europe, South America, the Red Sea, Mexico and...
  • Top 10 maritime lawyers 2022
    Use of English law and London arbitration makes the UK a natural centre for shipping law, though the US and...
  • Top 10 in marine insurance 2022
    Marine insurance has been well to the fore in 2022, providing war risk cover for both ships and cargo carrying...
  • Chevron gets US licence to resume Venezuela oil production
    The move suggests some Venezuelan crude oil could return to the international markets, providing more cargo to tanker shipping
  • Few shipping companies offering careers to women, conference told
    Very few employers want to to take women on as seafarers despite the public relations image that shipping wants to...
  • DSME cancels last of three Novatek-linked LNG carriers
    Contracts for two other vessels were cancelled in May and June
  • Daily Briefing
    Shipping on high alert amid warning of more drone attacks | Data corroborates reports of Novorossiysk drone attack on oil...

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The Journal of Commerce web site
NOVEMBER 28, 2022
  • FMC gives green light to Southeast US chassis pool
    The South Atlantic Chassis Pool 3.0 has received federal approval and should launch officially in 2023, but it will face a daunting challenge satisfying rising demand as discretionary cargo shifts from the West Coast to East Coast ports.
  • 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.
  • Two niche container lines launching trans-Atlantic services
    Newly launched ocean carriers Kalypso and Ellerman are debuting trans-Atlantic services for US shippers that want to bypass the delays and congestion seen over most of 2022.
  • Pandemic disruption gives way to lingering congestion in Central Am/Carib trade
    Central America and Caribbean trade has largely recovered from the COVID-19 pandemic thanks to healthy peak season demand, but port congestion and labor issues continue to cause intermittent delays.
  • Ocean freight rate decline to accelerate through Q4: CMA CGM
    CMA CGM continued its run of extreme profitability in the third quarter, strengthening its already solid balance sheet and slashing debt levels, but it warned that economic headwinds are strengthening.

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TradeWinds web site
NOVEMBER 28, 2022
  • BRS Group sees a lot to look forward to in tankers, unless you own VLCCs
    Largest tankers pointing downward as prospects look brighter for MRs, LR2s and aframaxes, broker says
  • Dry bulk market faces uncertainty as China weighs zero-Covid policy
    Market experts have differing views on whether nation will loosen it or keep it in place
  • Maersk Tankers secures $150m credit facility to pay owners
    Pool operator secures cash standby for high bunker prices and fortnightly payments to owners
  • Bengt Ekstrand steps down as GAC boss after a decade
    Long-serving boss will be replaced by Pontus Fredriksson in promotion move
  • Jinhui Shipping profit hit by rising costs and weaker bulker rates
    The now pure-play supramax owner has opted not to pay a dividend for the third quarter
  • Maersk in 'excellent' negotiating position despite liner sector's rates 'wildfire'
    Boss Soren Skou says customers keeping their word over long-term contracts
  • LNG shipping figure Erick Weston dies at 66
    Former Shell cadet served on one of world's first experimental LNG carriers
  • Germany's Schulte Group emerges as the seller of product tankers to Transworld
    Amber and Azurite reappear in the fleet of diversifying Dubai owner
  • Broker Lockton sees two-tier P&I market if consolidation takes off
    Report highlights how divide between the rich and poorer clubs could become wider
  • Diligent eyes bigger bulkers as it sells second supramax to Blue Fleet
    Greek owner slims down fleet with series of sales, but has big renewal plans
  • US eases sanctions on Venezuela by allowing Chevron to export its oil
    Talks in Mexico City open the door to elections in 2024, six years after allegedly rigged polls that kept Maduro in power
  • Germany's Schulte Group emerges as seller of LR1s to Transworld
    Amber and Azurite reappear in the fleet of diversifying Dubai owner
  • Fast-growing flag Liberia edges closer to Panama's 30-year market lead
    Change at the top of ship register ranking likely to take place early next year
  • K Line on track to launch ammonia-fuelled newcastlemax in 2026
    Japanese owner teaming up with Itochu, Nihon Shipyard and others for new design
  • DSME cancels final LNG carrier from Sovcomflot trio
    But shipyard will complete all three specialised ice-class vessels for its own account
  • Nigeria wants to prosecute Danish forces involved in 'piracy' deaths
    African country also demands release of citizen being tried in Denmark after fatal firefight
  • Cosco Shipping boosting car carrier fleet with newbuild additions
    The Chinese owner is in talks with a domestic shipyard for up to eight 7,000-ceu vessels
  • First cargo ship released from Mariupol barred from docking in Spain
    Azov Concord spent months trapped in Ukraine but has now been denied entry to Cartagena
  • Grain from Ukraine scheme to use '60 bulkers' to get food to poorer nations
    Initiative has raised an initial $150m which will be used to purchase food for countries hit by high prices
  • Gibsons says prices and demand for older tankers may be softening
    Shipbroker says buyers of ships suitable for sanctioned oil trades likely waiting for clarity on EU embargo
  • CMA CGM posts revenue of $20bn for third quarter but warns of headwinds
    High bunker costs have hit the company's profit
  • CMA CGM posts strong results of $20bn for third quarter but warns of headwinds
    High bunker costs have hit the company's profit
  • Grain from Ukraine scheme to use '60 bulkers' to get food to Africa's starving
    Initiative has raised an initial $150m which will be used to purchase food for countries hit by high prices
  • Gibson says prices and demand for older tankers maybe softening
    Shipbroker says buyers of ships suitable for sanctioned oil trades likely waiting for clarity on EU embargo
  • Columbia seals deal for berthing facility at UAE's 'mega-base'
    Ship manager providing engineering expertise for huge industrial project in Abu Dhabi

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American Shipper web site
NOVEMBER 28, 2022
  • Shipping stocks in the crosshairs as China fears mount
    Hopes that China will relax its zero-COVID policy are fading, raising concerns about shipping volume fallout.
  • African passenger airline adds 1st all-cargo aircraft
    RwandAir is becoming a combination carrier, adding a freighter airline to its traditional passenger operation.
  • Enhanced ship routing key to US-Singapore low-carbon corridor
    Shippers and carriers are increasing the pressure on ports and other supply chain participants to roll out "green corridors" using digital technology.

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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
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%)
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
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
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
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
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
This suggests a scientific study published in "Frontiers in Marine Science"
Inaugurated in Arenzano the new School of High Training for Doctors of Bordo
Messina (Assshipowners) : It is a concrete response to the real and compelling need to ensure the health and safety of those navigating
Visual Sailing List
Departure ports
Arrival ports by:
- alphabetical order
- country
- geographical areas
Last year, freight traffic in South Korean ports decreased by -2.3%
The containers were equal to 28.8 million teu (-4.1%)
Initiative to activate Livorno an ITS path dedicated to logistics and transport
To Noghere a new productive cluster integrated at the port of 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"
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
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"
Since 2020 the Federation has made its contribution to the construction of the Plan
RINA bought American Patrick Engineering
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%
Resumption of passengers
The ship inclinatasi in the port of Genoa has been subject to administrative detention.
Ascertained over 20 deficiencies of which some particularly severe
Saipem awarded two offshore contracts for an amount of 900 million
Activities in the South Atlantic and the Sea of Norway
Changed Risso buys German Trident Special Risks
In 2022, the Genovese company reached a premium volume of 440 million and net income of 57 million.
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
ShipownersShipbuilding and Shiprepairing Yards
ForwardersShip Suppliers
Shipping AgentsTruckers
In Livorno a three days of Assoports to deepen the aspects of urban transformation in the port city
You will meet two technical groups ...
On Thursday in Milan a conference of Fedespedi on "The logistics digitalization and the PNRR"
Since 2020 the Federation has made its contribution to the construction of the Plan
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3rd oil tanker body found, 5 workers still missing
(Bangkok Post)
TAS Offshore in talks to build 27 tugboats
(The Star Online)
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FORUM of Shipping
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Relazione del presidente Daniele Rossi
Napoli, 30 settembre 2020
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