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November 30, 2022

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Exim India web site
NOVEMBER 30, 2022
  • Govt to track Gati Shakti status monthly
  • Call for increased investment in maritime supply chains to be better prepared for future global crises & changes
  • Anup Kumar Satpathy, Divisional Railway Manager, Waltair Division, to grace Cargo Shop 2022 in Visakhapatnam on Dec. 9
  • GDP growth seen at 7 pc for FY23: S&P
  • Slowing global trade growth projected
  • DCI looking for dredging markets abroad
  • Vizhinjam port project facing stiff opposition
  • No default on shipments of sugar, say exporters
  • Cochin Port Scale of Rates validity extended
  • Revised Scale of Rates at New Mangalore Port from Dec. 25
  • Validity of Deendayal Port scale of rates extended
  • Nine PLI schemes to contribute 48 pc to exports
  • Coking coal imports up
  • US industry seeks govt help in removing India's restrictive trade barriers
  • MSC Air Cargo takes delivery of first B777-200F freighter
  • Etihad Cargo receives IATA CEIV Pharma recertification
  • E-commerce seen largely driving two-fold increase in global air cargo traffic by 2041: Boeing
  • Integrated MOL Report 2022 focuses on future vision of 'Social Infrastructure Group Centered on Marine Transport'

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International Transport Journal web site
NOVEMBER 30, 2022
  • ZIM appoints second female captain
  • Shipping giant launches rail service
  • Gymshark's support in new waters
  • Two managing directors to lead Hartrodt Germany
  • Mindanao working on its equipment
  • Mercedes-Benz: e-trucks for own supply chain
  • Third runway at HKIA commissioned
  • Using AI to improve the loading of trains
  • UWL's China office in operation
  • Mission accomplished
  • First MSC-branded freighter takes to the skies
  • Cameras on the terminal
  • First owner for new truck model
  • A triple of shares for Emons
  • RCG is Vienna's top training company
  • Study confirms key role of Zurich Airport
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • From airline to airport operator

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The Loadstar web site
NOVEMBER 29, 2022
  • Things 'not all bad', says Maersk as it revamps network for the 'new normal'
  • Singapore Airlines and Tata agree to merge Air India with Vistara
  • Lines adopt 'wait-and-see' pose in Korea as truck strike negotiations fail
  • Toll Group - A$0.025 operating margin? Nowhere near enough
  • President Biden calls on Congress to intervene as rail dispute threatens US industry
  • EC must rethink a consortia block exemption not fit for purpose, say shippers
  • Eastern eyes belly capacity to Shanghai as it awaits freighter certificate
  • Phew, it's still on: the private equity-Hitachi Transport System love affair
  • National freight transport strategy to protect supply chains needed in Canada
  • Peak Ryder - 'mors tua vita mea' backs the bulls

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Marine Log web site
NOVEMBER 29, 2022
  • Foss charters in Tier 4 tug Earl W Redd for offshore wind work
    Vancouver, Wash., based Jones Act market equipment leasing specialist Tug Construction is to bareboat charter the Tier 4 compliant tug Earl W Redd to Foss Maritime. It will sail from Portland, Oregon,
  • World Dream set for auction
    What's the value of a 2016-built, 150,695 gt cruise ship from a top shipbuilder these days? We should get some answers after the conclusion of the Singapore Sheriff's sale of the World
  • Bollinger makes leadership changes following Mississippi yards acquisition
    Bollinger Shipyards LLC today made a number of leadership announcements following its recent acquisition of Bollinger Mississippi Shipbuilding (BMS) and Bollinger Mississippi Repair (BMR), formerly VT Halter Marine and STEHMO. Notably, all
  • Windcat and Damen develop "future-proof" hydrogen-fueled CSOVs
    CMB Group's offshore personnel transfer subsidiary Windcat has placed an order for the construction of a series of hydrogen-powered Commissioning Service Operation Vessels (CSOVs), with Damen Shipyards. The "Elevation Series" CSOVs have

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Container News web site
NOVEMBER 29, 2022
  • World's first large-scale Battolyser plant to be located in Port of Rotterdam
    The world's first large scale Battolyser factory will be constructed in the port of Rotterdam to meet soaring demand for green hydrogen and electricity storage. The 1 GW per annum Battolyser factory will be located in the M4H area, an industrial site in the heart of Rotterdam. The cost of developing the 14,000 m² production site, complete with new office and laboratory facilities, is estimated to
  • ICTSI's Mindanao Container Terminal enhances port equipment
    Mindanao Container Terminal (MCT), International Container Terminal Services, Inc.'s (ICTSI) business unit in Misamis Oriental in the Philippines, has acquired a mobile harbor crane (MHC) to further enhance capacity and boost productivity. According to MCT, the new machine will augment the terminal's existing quay cranes to enhance overall vessel handling capability by enabling simultaneous handl
  • Escalating protests threaten Indian hub port development at Vizhinjam
    The Adani Group finds itself in a fix due to an escalation of protests against its under-construction container transshipment hub project at Vizhinjam, a green-field site about 10 miles southwest of Trivandrum in southern India. The long-running unrest tied to resentments among "project-affected people," mostly from the local fishing community, took a violent turn earlier this week, casting a sha
  • Increased container volume at Port of Melbourne in October
    Port of Melbourne noted increased container volumes in October 2022 compared to the same month last year. The Australian port saw October's container throughput rise by 15.6% over October 2021 with a total of 295,149 TEU, while year-to-date box volumes are up 9.3%. Full overseas imports increased by 11.9% from October 2021 with domestic appliances, non-electrical machinery, ceramic goods, clothin
  • China Merchants leasing unit makes boxship debut
    China Merchants Commerce Financial Leasing (CMC Leasing), a lessor owned by Chinese state-owned conglomerate China Merchants Group, has bought its first container ship as it expands its shipping portfolio. CMC Leasing confirmed that it has recently purchased the 2002-built 1,618 TEU Bal Peace from Oceanmoney Hongkong, a leasing unit of another Chinese state-owned group, Xiamen C&D Corporation. Si
  • UWL opens first office in China
    UWL, an American-owned NVOCC and provider of 3PL services, has expanded its global presence with the opening of its first office in China in Shanghai's Bund area. UWL will start servicing customers on 1 December 2022. "2021 and 2022 were years of tremendous challenge for UWL and our customer base, who, to this day, remain heavily invested in China and Asia for their manufacturing needs," commente
  • Konecranes increases roof height with updated cabin
    Konecranes uses OPTIMA optimal cabin in order to increase roof height. Specifically, the Finnish port equipment manufacturer offers a new option for forklifts that increases roof height by 125 mm. OPTIMA optimal cabin's visibility is due to large, lowered windows with no corner posts, so sightlines to key working areas are unobstructed, and cameras provide multiple angles. The Electronic Machine
  • Ellerman City liners launches new Europe-US service
    UK-based Ellerman City Liners is now offering direct container service at the Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORT) to and from three destinations in Europe. Ellerman will begin calling the SSA Jacksonville Container Terminal at JAXPORT's Blount Island Marine Terminal with the arrival of the container ship SC Mara scheduled in late December. According to JAXPORT, the bi-weekly service offers prem
  • Baltic Hub kicks off construction of new box terminal
    Baltic Hub, formerly known as DCT Gdansk, the operator of the largest container terminal in the Baltic Sea, announced the start of construction of its third deep-water Terminal - T3 on 28 November. When fully completed in the second quarter of 2025, the new terminal will have a 717-meter-long and 17.5 meter deep quay wall and will be able to handle the largest container vessels in the world. The
  • MSC receives its first aircraft
    MSC has announced the delivery of the first MSC-branded aircraft, built by Boeing and operated by Atlas Air. The B777-200 Freighter will fly on routes between China, the United States, Mexico and Europe. Jannie Davel, senior vice president of Air Cargo at MSC, said, "Our customers need the option of air solutions, which is why we're integrating this transportation mode to complement our extensive
  • US leading organisations honor Long Beach International Gateway Bridge
    Three leading organisations representing US planners and public infrastructure operators honored the Long Beach International Gateway Bridge. The bridge was honored on Monday, 28 November, for its contribution to the national economy as a vital link in the global supply chain. Representatives from the American Council of Engineering Companies, the American Public Works Association and the America

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Splash web site
NOVEMBER 29, 2022
  • Performance Shipping taps Alpha Bank loan to fund Latsco LR2 buy
    Greek tanker owner Performance Shipping has lined up another loan at Alpha Bank for up to $22m to support its fleet expansion. The Nasdaq-listed company said it plans to use the proceeds to finance up to about 50% of the purchase price of the 2013-built LR2 aframax product tanker Fos Hamilton. The 105,408 dwt ship, ...
  • Greek shipowners tweak tax deal with state
    Greek shipowners have reached an agreement with their government to revise a tax deal penned in 2019. The president of the Union of Greek Shipowners (UGS) Melina Travlos (pictured), the Greek Prime Minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis and Minister of Finance, Christos Staikouras have put pen to paper on a new deal that will reduce charges on ...
  • CMB's Windcat steps into CSOV arena with hydrogen-powered series at Damen
    Crew transfer vessel operator Windcat, part of Antwerp-based shipping and logistics group Compagnie Maritime Belge (CMB), has tapped Dutch shipbuilder Damen Shipyards for the construction of a series of hydrogen-powered commissioning service operation vessels (CSOVs). The so-called 'Elevation Series' CSOVs have been designed by Damen Shipyards in cooperation with Windcat and CMB's clean technolog
  • Ellerman City Liners entering transatlantic trades
    UK-based containerline Ellerman City Liners is expanding its portfolio with the launch of a new direct service in December connecting Europe and the US. A long-standing shipping brand revived by the UK forwarder Uniserve made a comeback with a regular Asia to the UK service with calls at Shanghai, Ningbo, Shenzhen, Tilbury, Ho Chi Minh ...
  • Germany secures Qatar LNG supply under ConocoPhillips deal
    Qatar has agreed to supply Germany with liquefied natural gas under a long-term deal as the latter continues to seek alternatives to Russian pipeline gas supply. State-owned QatarEnergy signed deals with ConocoPhillips that will see deliveries of about 2m tons of LNG annually to Germany over 15 years, starting in 2026. Germany has been working ...
  • Taylor Maritime's offer for Grindrod Shipping becomes unconditional
    London-listed Taylor Maritime Investments (TMI) has declared its offer to acquire all of the issued ordinary shares in Grindrod Shipping "unconditional in all respects." The Ed Buttery-led TMI, through its subsidiary Good Falkirk, offered $26 per share in the Nasdaq and Johannesburg-listed rival. The offer, which expired last night, was structured as a voluntary general ...
  • Chinese stocks rally as shipping looks on for signs of Beijing easing covid measures
    The stock markets in Hong Kong, Shenzhen and Shanghai closed up today as Beijing cracked down on nationwide protests and gave an indication that it was going to up its vaccination programme among the elderly, seen as a key hurdle in the opening up of the country post-pandemic. The country had experienced anti-zero covid protests ...
  • UNCTAD unveils the world's most efficient tanker, dry bulk and container ports
    Qatar has been crowned world champion when it comes to handling liquid bulk. The hosts of this year's FIFA World Cup might have proven to be slow on the football pitch, but not so when it comes to handling tankers. The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development's (UNCTAD) 190-page Review of Maritime Transport 2022, ...
  • DOF swoops in to charter former Havila OCV
    Norway's DOF has taken the 2009-built offshore construction vessel on a long-term charter a few months after the ship was sold to an undisclosed buyer. DOF's compatriot OSV owner Havila Shipping disposed of the vessel for a reported $60m in September at the request of the lender and in accordance with the clauses of the ...
  • Mainstream and Maple Power join forces for Celtic Sea floating bid
    Mainstream Renewable Power, majority-owned by Kristian Røkke-led Aker Horizons, has teamed up with Maple Power, a joint venture between Enbridge and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, for the upcoming Celtic Sea floating offshore wind tender in the UK, which will be launched in 2023. UK seabed landlord the Crown Estate is advancing the Celtic Sea ...
  • Seoul issues jail threat in bid to end trucker strike
    South Korea's government issued an order Tuesday for some of the thousands of truck drivers who have been on strike for the past six days to return to work. However, the strike's organisers have vowed to defy the order, even with the threat of jail terms hanging over them. The order was approved in a ...
  • Violent protests against Adani's Kerala port project
    At least 150 people were injured and over 3,000 booked Monday after a violent protest against the construction of a port in the southern Indian state of Kerala by Asia's richest man, Gautam Adani. The incident took place in the town of Vizhinjam, where the fishermen community with the support of the Latin Catholic diocese ...
  • Maersk Tankers creates $150m credit facility with Citi
    Maersk Tankers has created a new $150m uncommitted credit facility with Citi to strengthen its pools' working capital and improve cash flow for pool partners. "Tanker markets are currently experiencing volatile and high freight levels, at the same time as fuel prices are surging. This can put a strain on a tanker owner's working capital," ...
  • MSC takes delivery of first branded aircraft
    Mediterranean Shipping Co (MSC) has taken delivery of its first MSC-branded aircraft, built by Boeing and operated by Atlas Air. The B777-200 freighter will fly on routes between China, the US, Mexico and Europe. Jannie Davel, senior vice president air cargo at MSC, said: "Our customers need the option of air solutions, which is why ...
  • Baltic Hub adding third terminal at Gdansk port
    Baltic Hub (formerly known as DCT Gdansk), operator of the largest container terminal in the Baltic Sea, has kicked off construction of its third deep-water terminal (T3). The project is expected to be completed in the second quarter of 2025. The €450m ($467m) project will be undertaken in two phases. In the first phase, companies ...

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Lloyd's List web site
NOVEMBER 29, 2022
  • Maersk and IBM to halt TradeLens operations in 2023
    TradeLens has not reached the level of commercial viability necessary to continue work and meet the financial expectations as an...
  • Biden calls on Congress to end US rail labour dispute
    House of Representatives is expected to vote this week on imposing the White House-brokered tentative rail agreement on labour unions...
  • Port agency is a sustainability solution as well
    Far from being a confusion for potential recruits, sustainability in shipping is proving to be an attraction
  • Togo turmoil over flag registry status after 'embarrassing' violations
    Letter to International Registration Bureau seen by Lloyd's List cancels 10-year contract signed in 2017 with six months' notice
  • CULines faces charterparty default as rate collapse leaves emerging lines to flounder
    Move reflects uphill battle facing newer, smaller carriers on long-haul trade where freight rates have taken a nosedive in a...
  • Containership charter market stable after correction
    With few large boxships set to become open in the near future, most recent fixtures have been for vessels of...
  • Port of New York and New Jersey ends record-breaking run
    Volumes on east and US Gulf coast ports remained firm in October, while plummeting on the west coast
  • Jefferies expects outsized tanker earnings
    Jefferies equity analyst Omar Nokta raises rate estimates and company stock price targets as he expects tanker markets to remain tight
  • Awilco LNG secures time charter employment for fleet 'at strong rates'
    Income fell by 34% in the third quarter of the year, but new time charter contracts will provide a more...
  • North and Japan Club set out rate hike plans
    All but one of the 13 International Group affiliates have unveiled intentions
  • Declining rates to hit carriers' bottom line
    Drewry World Containers Index heading below its 10-year average
  • BW Epic Kosan benefits from tighter markets
    Company sees continuing positive earnings driven by increasing supply of LPG, domestic demand in Europe and a tighter market for...
  • Top 10 class societies 2022
    DNV nudges ahead in terms of gross tonnage, but NK is ahead in deadweight tonnes and BV edges out its...
  • How will China's zero-Covid policy play out for dry bulk?
    Analysts expect that recent widespread anti-lockdown protests will pressure the government to ease restrictions sooner than expected and focus on...
  • Carriers told to manage capacity to avoid 'all-out rate war'
    Next year will see a record delivery of 2.4m teu, with an additional 2.8m teu in 2024
  • Unctad calls for greater supply chain resilience
    Pandemic-induced disruptions of the past two years are easing. But changes still need to be made to prevent a reoccurrence...
  • Jinhui Shipping profit suffers amid softer freight rates
    Company said congestion and disruption issues are likely to continue in some countries and regions for the foreseeable future
  • Daily Briefing
    Russian interference cuts Odesa ports capacity in half, says Ukrainian official | FMC's Bentzel sees upside in harmonising US data...

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The Journal of Commerce web site
NOVEMBER 29, 2022
  • 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.
  • Trans-Pacific vessel reliability continued upward trend in October
    Vessel on-time performance to US ports continued to improve in October, although carriers in the eastbound trans-Pacific underperformed global schedule reliability.
  • 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.
  • Carriers continue calling South Korea's Busan as truckers strike drags on
    South Korea's government took the unprecedented step of ordering some of the striking truckers back to work Tuesday, although strike organizer Cargo Solidarity said it would defy the order.
  • 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
NOVEMBER 29, 2022
  • OceanPal posts profit for third quarter after one year in business
    New York-listed shipowner eschews shareholder dividend after giving one for first three quarters in existence
  • Aristidis Alafouzos takes the reins at Okeanis Eco Tankers
    Founder Ioannis Alafouzos leaves top spot to son, but will remain on as chairman of the board of directors
  • Elderly tanker values rally as EU closes in on Russian oil embargo
    VLCCs and suezmaxes 20 years and older have seen gigantic rises in value this year, VesselsValue says
  • Performance Shipping heads back to Alpha Bank to help pay for latest acquisition
    Greek owner taps compatriot bank for $22m to finance half of latest LR2 buy
  • Diamantides scion makes bulker debut with Norden panamax
    Paschalis Diamantides takes next step in growing Velos
  • Sasebo Heavy Industries reborn after it completes conversion to ship repair
    Japan's largest ship repair complex is now open for business after yard withdrew from the newbuilding market
  • Helsinki Shipyard to auction unfinished Swan Hellenic cruise ship
    Finnish shipbuilder says it is the sole owner of SH Diana
  • Altera Shuttle Tankers confirms vessel sale but posts loss
    Canadian owner hurt by rising interest costs, although deficit is less than in 2021
  • Brave Maritime buys third capesize and cashes in on older tankers
    Vafias clan bets on China bounce in latest bulker acquisition
  • US Navy shipping unit closes in on string of charters for Indo-Pacific operations
    Military Sealift Command seeks five clean tankers to operate in strategically important theatre for US military
  • Brave buys third capesize and cashes in on older tankers
    Vafias clan bets on China bounce in latest bulker acquisition
  • Altera Shuttle Tankers confirms tanker sale but posts loss
    Canadian owner hurt by rising interest costs, although deficit is less than in 2021
  • Tanker tonne-mile surge tipped following EU Russia ban
    Reshuffle of Russian oil trades will give increased voyage distances for crude and product tankers
  • Ravi Mehrotra reveals Avance Gas VLGC buy as 'aggressive' Foresight grows fleet
    London-based group makes it four large gas carriers as it climbs towards 10-ship target
  • Shell buying Europe's biggest producer of biogas for $2bn
    Acquisition of Nature Energy Biogas will give energy major Danish producer of biomethane seen as an option to help decarbonise hard to abate sectors like shipping
  • Shipping line-up identified for Germany's newest FSRU-based project
    Floating storage unit and raft of small-scale vessels to be deployed at northeast port
  • TMI succeeds with Grindrod takeover offer to create 57-ship bulker fleet
    Combined companies have market cap of $919m and vessels valued at $799m
  • Awilco LNG predicts strong spot market as charterers scramble to secure ships
    Norwegian LNG carrier owner endured weaker third quarter but rates have been rising since
  • Nigerian stowaways reach Canary Islands perched on Greek tanker's rudder
    Three men managed to keep their balance for duration of 11-day voyage
  • Tight gas markets propel record profits at BW Epic Kosan, but clouds loom
    World's largest owner of small LPG carriers expects firm demand for the gas through to spring
  • Nikolas Tsakos says UK must look at ways of luring back shipowners
    Greek owner speaking as TEN is revealed as lead sponsor of LISW23 conference
  • MOL to spend ¥100bn on two new luxury cruise ships
    Move comes as the giant Japanese shipping company prepares to restart its international cruise business
  • Greece lowers headline shipping tax rate, but aims to take more
    Pressure from Brussels leads to fundamental changes in the ways the world's biggest shipowning centre taxes maritime profits
  • Liner consolidation to keep rates high but hurt developing nations, says UNCTAD
    Takeovers and logistics expansion is a two-edged sword, UN trade body warns
  • LNG spot rates threaten to nosedive but period levels hold firm
    Position lists start to lengthen as ships disgorge their cargoes, but all vessels are still earning six-figure sums
  • Tanker boost: Saudi Aramco reveals big plan to refine chemicals from crude
    New petrochemical complex to be run with SABIC from 2026
  • Nigerian convicted in Danish piracy trial - but will not be sentenced
    Lucky Frances found guilty of endangering lives following fatal fire fight in 2021
  • Greece lowers shipping tax but gives it more bite
    Pressure from Brussels leads to fundamental changes in the ways the world's biggest shipowning centre taxes maritime profits
  • Liner consolidation to keep rates high but hurt developing nations, UNCTAD says
    Takeovers and logistics expansion is a two-edged sword, UN trade body warns
  • Qatar out of World Cup but tops UNCTAD's tanker loading table
    UN trade body shows small Middle East country way out in front in terms of port efficiency
  • World Dream auction to test market value of large, modern cruise ships
    Giant former Genting ship to be sold via a sealed-tender auction in Singapore
  • Xingtong Shipping becomes majority stakeholder in CSSC-IMC Shipping
    Acquisition lifts the number of chemical tankers the Chinese tanker company controls to 31
  • Weaker bulker rates drag down profit at Globus Maritime
    US-listed owner studying the viability and availability of alternative fuels for ships such as methanol, LNG and ammonia
  • Japan P&I Club acts to boost flagging free reserves
    Move comes following ratings agency downgrade raised concerns over International Group membership

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American Shipper web site
NOVEMBER 29, 2022
  • Atlas Air shareholders ratify go-private sale to Apollo consortium
    Atlas Air, a large cargo airline and lessor, is one step closer to becoming a private company after a shareholder vote.
  • UPS to maintain money-back guarantees for peak air service
    UPS said it will keep its money-back pledge on domestic and international next-day air services.
  • TradeLens global data-sharing platform shuttering
    The blockchain-enabled global platform TradeLens will go offline by the end of the first quarter of 2023.
  • Cargo interests work to block Amsterdam airport flight reductions
    The air cargo industry is upset about a Dutch proposal to reduce aircraft slots at Amsterdam airport because it would cut into freight traffic.

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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
SAILING LIST
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%
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
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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
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PRESS REVIEW
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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