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Exim India web site
DECEMBER 1, 2023
  • India's merchandise exports recover ahead of rest of Asia
  • ZIM announces measures in response to threats in the Arabian & Red Seas
  • CCI approves acquisition of shareholding in Delanord Investments by Abu Dhabi Ports Company
  • Milaha granted recognition by BSC for commitment to health, safety & environmental risk management
  • New Customs office opens at Adani ICD, Borkhedi
  • Maritime SheEO hosts its 4th annual international conference for maritime diversity in Mumbai
  • Global growth projected to remain modest in the coming period
  • Thailand's Kra Isthmus land bridge could reduce shipping time

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International Transport Journal web site
DECEMBER 1, 2023
  • A bombshell in Hamburg
  • Duisport strengthens its hub function via tariffs
  • US short line railroad in Virginia changes hands
  • Chinese cars travel multimodally to the Urals
  • Professional qualities and personal characteristics

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The Loadstar web site
NOVEMBER 30, 2023
  • Box lines plot a course for Indian trades as the economy grows
  • Vertical integration - where mentality and numbers clash
  • Cyber Week e-commerce frenzy unexpected, but US fulfilment centres cope
  • Maersk sails into the charter market as it prepares for independence
  • Campaign to raise reefer temperature gets a warm reception
  • Shippers beware: new rules on lithium ion battery air shipments coming
  • OOCL and HMM the final top carriers to unveil EU ETS surcharge estimates
  • COP28 opens with aggressive anti-methane stance, and will the tide turn on LNG?
  • Ellerman City Liners and MSC agree transatlantic capacity deal
  • Deep Dive Podcast: The battle for control of Germany's container ports
  • Bifa completes regional team with appointment of Chris Curtin

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Marine Log web site
NOVEMBER 30, 2023
  • Julie Gascon named new Port of Montreal president and CEO
    The Montreal Port Authority (MPA) has named Julie Gascon as its next president and CEO. A master mariner, she is currently president and CEO of the Vancouver, B.C., based Pacific Pilotage Authority
  • Azane and Amogy in ammonia bunkering vessel MOU
    Azane Fuel Solutions, the Norwegian company aiming to develop the world's first ammonia bunkering terminal, and Amogy Inc., the ammonia-to-power tech developer launched by four MIT Ph.D alumni, have signed an MoU
  • Lawsuit alleges MSC civilian mariner was raped by captain
    A complaint filed yesterday in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey alleges that an MSC civilian mariner was raped by the captain when working as the 1st assistant

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Container News web site
NOVEMBER 30, 2023
  • Jacksonville attorney Tom Slater appointed to JAXPORT's Board of Directors
    Jacksonville Mayor Donna Deegan has appointed attorney Tom Slater to JAXPORT's Board of Directors. The Jacksonville City Council unanimously approved Slater's appointment on November 28. Tom Slater is an attorney with the law firm of Pajcic & Pajcic, with practice areas that include maritime, trucking and aviation law. He is a board-certified trial attorney licensed in Florida, Georgia, and Virgi
  • SeaLead commences new service between Mediterranean and Brazil
    SeaLead has announced the launch of its new Mediterranean - Brazil shipping route, the MEDSA Service. "This new direct liner shipping service will enhance trade connectivity and expedite cargo transportation between ports in the Mediterranean and Brazil," said the company in a statement. The MEDSA Service includes important ports such as Itapoa, Paranagua and Santos in Brazil, and Casablanca in M
  • Port Authority of NY & NJ breaks ground on US$220 million street corridor project
    The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey announced the beginning of major construction work on the US$220 million Port Street Corridor Improvement project to redesign and rebuild Port Newark's northern entrance at Port and Corbin streets. The interchange serves as an important link to the New Jersey Turnpike and Interstate 78 and provides access to one of the port's marine facilities that ma
  • Montreal Port Authority announces new president and CEO
    The Montreal Port Authority (MPA) appointed Julie Gascon as the new president and CEO of the organisation. She will take up her new position on 12 February 2024. Julie Gascon has held a number of strategic positions with Transport Canada and the Canadian Coast Guard, while she is currently president and CEO of the Pacific Pilotage Authority. "On behalf of the Board of Directors, I would like to w
  • PIL hopes to entice LNG-capable seafarers
    Singapore-based liner operator Pacific International Lines (PIL) will need to headhunt seafarers who are experienced with manning LNG dual-fuelled ships or LNG carriers. PIL has eight LNG dual-fuelled newbuildings on order, comprising 14,000 TEU vessels and 8,000 TEU ships that are being constructed at Jiangnan Shipyard and Yangzijiang Shipbuilding in China. The newbuildings will be delivered fro
  • ABB to deliver automation and digital solutions for Rio Grande LNG project
    ABB has been awarded an order by Bechtel Energy Inc. to deliver integrated automation, electrical and digital solutions for Phase 1 of the Rio Grande LNG facility (RGLNG Phase 1) in Brownsville, Texas, US, a project developed by NextDecade Corporation. Bechtel Energy Inc. is undertaking construction of RGLNG Phase 1 under an engineering, procurement, and construction contract. RGLNG Phase 1 inclu
  • CN analysis: Container carriers see no respite from rate declines on Indian trades
    Container freight rates across trades out of India have continued to slide in November, while ocean carriers await some pricing gains from improving export trends, according to the latest market analysis by Container News . On the westbound India-Europe trade, average short-term contract rates from West India [Jawaharlal Nehru Port (JNPT)/Nhava Sheva or Mundra Port] to Felixstowe/London Gateway (
  • SeaLead announces new service connecting major Red Sea ports
    SeaLead has announced a new direct shipping service along the Red Sea, connecting major ports in Saudi Arabia, Yemen, and Djibouti. This new service aims to establish uninterrupted trade links and accelerate cargo transit, thereby enhancing supply chain efficiency in the region, according to the company, The service route will cover Jeddah (SAJED), Djibouti (DJJIB), Hodeidah (YEHOD), and return t
  • ONE launches new Egypt Lebanon Turkey service
    Ocean Network Express (ONE) has announced the launch of the new Egypt Lebanon Turkey (ELT) service, which will have a weekly frequency. "This new service will offer customers enhanced coverage in the European region and offers a direct connection between Damietta to Beirut, Lebanon and Iskenderun, Turkey," said the company in a statement. The first sailing of the new ELT service will start from D

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Splash web site
NOVEMBER 30, 2023
  • Hunter Group returns to the tanker sector with VLCC charter deal
    Norway's Hunter Group has announced its return to the tanker business following the sale of its entire VLCC fleet last year. The Oslo-listed investment firm, which has been placing its next bets on the carbon shipping segment, has struck a deal "with an internationally renowned counterparty" to charter in a 2016-built eco-design and scrubber-fitted VLCC. ...
  • Eneti agrees $436m loan to finance WTIV newbuild duo
    Emanuele Lauro-led offshore wind vessels player Eneti has executed a senior secured green term loan facility of up to $436m with a group of international banks and export credit agencies. The credit facility finances around 65% of the purchase cost of the company's two newbuild NG-16000X series wind turbine installation vessels (WTIV) named Nessie and ...
  • Gunvor Ulstein returns to CEO role at Ulstein Group
    Gunvor Ulstein has returned to her previous post as chief executive of Ulstein Group after Cathrine Marti stepped down from the role she held for three years. Marti (pictured left) has decided to take on a new opportunity outside the group, the company said. Marti joined Ulstein some nine years ago as chief financial officer, ...
  • 2020 Bulkers converts another index-linked contract to fixed rates
    Tor Olav Trøim-backed 2020 Bulkers has switched another one of its newcastlemaxes from index-linked to a fixed-rate charter. The Oslo-listed owner of eight scrubber-fitted newcastlemax bulk carriers has fixed the 2019-built Bulk Santiago to Koch Shipping at $25,024 per day, plus scrubber benefit. Earlier this week, the company converted to fixed rates on the 2019-built ...
  • Latsis and Costamare-backed Neptune Leasing backs Lomar dry bulk play
    UK-based diversified shipowner of the Libra Group, Lomar Shipping, has raised capital with Neptune Maritime Leasing for its growing fleet of bulk carriers. The cooperation with Jersey-based Neptune Leasing involves five ships, although financial details have not been disclosed. The Nicholas Georgiou-led Lomar has been expanding its footprint in the dry bulk and chemical tanker ...
  • Ulstein reveals heavy transport vessel design for offshore wind sector
    Norwegian shipbuilder and designer Ulstein has expanded its design portfolio with a new heavy transport vessel to meet the increasing logistic requirements of the ever-growing offshore wind sector. The current fleet of heavy transport vessels doesn't meet the future demand of the offshore wind segment, Ulstein said. With over 380 GW of offshore wind capacity ...
  • Cape rates crack $40,000 a day, doubling in the space of one week
    Capesize rates have been on charge since last Friday, notching up daily raises not seen in years. Average cape spot rates leaped by another $7,410 yesterday according to the Baltic Exchange, and have now more than doubled in the space of one week to $41,796. "Consistently strong volumes over the past three weeks in the ...
  • PV Drilling awarded long-term jackup contract in Indonesia
    Petrovietnam Drilling and Well Service Corporation (PV Drilling) and its local partner PT Jimmulya have secured a long-term contract for a jackup drilling rig in Indonesia. The contract, secured from Pertamina, will see the 2009-built PV Drilling III committed for a firm period of three years to serve a drilling campaign offshore North West Java ...
  • Geneva Dry Dialogues: DNV
    In the coming months ahead of the inaugural Geneva Dry event organised by Splash, we will be sitting down with key names attending the dry bulk mega summit. In the hot seat today: Morten Løvstad, DNV's point man for all things dry bulk. Morten Løvstad, the business director for bulk carriers at class society DNV, ...
  • Ørsted secures license for South Korean offshore wind project
    Danish renewable energy developer Ørsted has been granted a 1.6GW electricity business license by the South Korean Ministry of Trade, Industry, and Energy for an offshore wind project located 70 km off the coast of Incheon City. The license grants Ørsted exclusive development rights for its gigawatt-scale Incheon offshore wind project, which is set to ...
  • BW LPG invests $40m in India's LPG infrastructure
    VLGC owner BW LPG has created a joint venture with Confidence Petroleum India and made an investment to develop and operate an LPG onshore import terminal in India. BW LPG and Confidence agreed to establish a 50/50 JV named BW Confidence Enterprise Private Limited in India, to explore investment opportunities in onshore LPG import infrastructures. ...
  • Hong Kong company takes over running of Dubai tanker fleet
    At the beginning of October, shipping and steel magnate Theodore Angelopoulos sold two five-year-old aframaxes for an eye-catching $70m each, the 116,000 dwt Daehan Shipbuilding-built tankers, Crudemed for and Crudesun. The ships, now on charter to Unipec, have been renamed Venture and Valour, having resurfaced with Prominent Shipmanagement, an outfit set up in 2022 in Hong Kong, ...
  • Six in 10 investors considering divestment from maritime sector amid ESG concerns
    Sustainability and communications consultancy Woodrow has published a report showing that 64% of senior finance professionals in the UK are contemplating reducing their investment in the maritime sector due to ESG risks. The report sheds light on key areas of ESG risk perceived by lenders and investors, including labour rights, climate change, and regulatory compliance. ...
  • Hoanh Son adds sixth panamax
    Privately owned Vietnamese infrastructure conglomerate Hoanh Son, a joint stock company, has added six similar-sized Bulkers since it entered ship owing in 2020. Sources say it tabled around $10m for its latest ship, the 2005-built, 76,000 dwt Omicron Light which has been sold by Athens-based Omicron Ship Management. The panamax vessel has been renamed Hoanh ...
  • All that liner shipping should be worried about going into 2024
    In an exclusive extract from the November issue of Splash Extra, readers today can get an insight into the unique sectoral analysis carried in our sister title. As the US economy continues to defy the doomsayers, teu throughput at US ports finally broke above the 2022 level for October, rising 4.7% month-on-month and 11.4% year-on-year ...

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Lloyd's List web site
NOVEMBER 30, 2023
  • ETS cargo diversion risk not being addressed
    The arrival of the ETS tax could see sharp players in the shipping world divert their cargo to non-EU ports...
  • Onboard carbon capture just a temporary measure, MAN says
    MAN Energy Solutions expects e-ammonia to be the most cost effective solution for shipping to cut emissions, with the company...
  • BIMCO cautions on slower bulk volumes, with Chinese demand forecast looking gloomy
    China's failure to overcome its economic headwinds will cost one percentage point of demand growth for dry bulk shipping, according to BIMCO's...
  • Capesize spot rates surge to two-year high as Atlantic trade booms
    A tighter-than-expected supply and demand balance points to higher average rate levels for the coming year, Jefferies says
  • London cargo market in best shape for more than decade, says Gallagher
    Some markets looking for war coverage as result of fighting in Gaza
  • Stena Bulk foresees buoyant crude and product tanker markets, but stays cool on new ship orders
    Stena Bulk has no plans to order new tonnage until at least 2026, but it will consider buying modern secondhand...
  • Climate risk is changing shipping bankers' behaviour but spooking investors
    While shipping lenders have taken early steps through their Poseidon Principles, aligning portfolios to decreasing CO2 trajectories in line with...
  • Carriers consider rerouting as Panama Canal restrictions bite
    The Panama Canal is set to become a major logistics chokepoint. But the alternatives have their own problems too
  • Seafarer decarbonisation training framework launched
    The fuels needed to meet to net zero will mean seafarers having new skills. A taskforce to ensure that happens...
  • Frontline takes hit as Russian crude tops price cap but says it is time for VLCCs to shine
    Frontline says future tanker capacity is not reflecting projected trade but the addition of 24 Euronav crude carriers will double...
  • Top 10 shipbrokers 2023
    Shipbroking majors have been faced with considerable challenges brought about by the Ukraine war, having to avoid transactions that could...
  • Daily Briefing
    Carriers have opportunities to ease supply imbalance | Ghost of bankrupt US retailer comes to haunt MSC in gargantuan FMC...

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The Journal of Commerce web site
NOVEMBER 30, 2023
  • US warehouse fluidity returning to normal amid import drop, inventory discipline
    US importers have finally cleared out most of the inventory overhang that kept their warehouses at capacity and created bottlenecks in their supply chains.
  • Order book more 'manageable' if measured in ship numbers, not TEUs: analyst
    Although the incoming capacity will outstrip demand on the major trades over the next two years, the capacity overhang that has been touted in many corners of the shipping sector is being overstated, says an industry analyst.
  • Shippers eye varied 'training wheel' approach to origin management technology
    Getting the most out of global logistics software sometimes involves using a forwarder as a co-pilot until a shipper is ready to run processes similarly to procurement and order management internally.
  • Orderbook more 'manageable' if measured in ship numbers, not TEUs: analyst
    Although the incoming capacity will outstrip demand on the major trades over the next two years, the capacity overhang that has been touted in many corners of the shipping sector is being overstated, says an industry analyst.

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TradeWinds web site
NOVEMBER 30, 2023
  • Green Power: Drawing a blueprint for greener shipping
    Shipping's green transition is moving forward, but there is much more work to be done
  • Oldies but goodies? Senior tonnage coming and the green movement is partly to blame
    Tanker executives kick around the dynamics of insufficient vessel supply in the US-flag trade
  • Study finds most banks are 'loyal enablers' in making shipping greener. Here's the downside
    Paper by UCL Energy Institute warns that continued commitment to fossil fuels could delay shipping decarbonisation
  • Vale works with Oldendorff for its first iron ore voyage with biofuel blend
    Brazilian mining giant fuels bulker with mix of cooking oil and conventional bunkers
  • The good news: Seanergy has a new investor. The bad news? His name is George
    This week's Streetwise takes a look at why George Economou has filed as a 5% holder in the Greek capesize specialist
  • Navy ship shoots down Iranian-made drone while escorting US-flag merchant ship
    Intentions of aircraft are unclear amid tensions in Red Sea and beyond
  • Breakthrough as Pakistan ratifies the Hong Kong recycling convention
    The international convention is set to enter into force in June 2025
  • Alarm bells ring for European ports as emissions trading deadline nears
    European ports fear shipping lines will divert to non-EU ports to avoid carbon emission costs
  • Supramaxes in the Atlantic earning highest premium since 2017 - but get ready for the January blues
    A number of different factors have come together to make the Atlantic market go 'absolutely mental'
  • MSC hit with multimillion-dollar claim from bankrupt US retailer
    DK-Butterfly-1 - formerly known as Bed Bath & Beyond - wants around $90m in damages
  • TMI's Grindrod Shipping pays off more debt as bulker rates climb
    Boss Ed Buttery maintains a favourable view of the geared vessel sector
  • Pakistan ratifies the Hong Kong recycling convention
    The international convention is set to enter into force in June 2025
  • Karpowership set to greenlight its first powership-FSRU for South Africa
    Turkish company also eyeing a move into FLNG
  • Future fuels: Hydrogen cells' potential 'increases exponentially'
    Proponents of the technology say it is the only zero-emissions option as the industry keeps eyes on internal combustion engines
  • MSC hit with multi-million dollar claim from bankrupt US retailer
    DK-Butterfly - formerly known as Bed Bath & Beyond - wants around $90m in damages
  • Global clean fuel network set to cost $2.1trn
    World Economic Forum warns of weak business case for investing in shipping decarbonisation with high costs and uncertainty
  • Snoring drunk watch officer slept as Briese ship grounded off Scotland
    UK accident investigators critical of drinking culture on BBC Marmara
  • Costamare leasing arm emerges behind Lomar bulker buying spree
    Neptune Maritime Leasing has helped fund the acquisition of four supramaxes and a kamsarmax
  • Is Andreas Sohmen-Pao about to delist another BW group company in Oslo?
    Parent company launches mandatory offer for oil subsidiary BW Energy after hitting 40% threshold
  • 'Ill-advised': Armed guards urged not to defend ships from Houthi seizures
    Africa Risk Compliance warns that resistance could be severely counter-productive
  • Greece and Italy reveal timelines for incoming clutch of FSRUs
    Bulgaria is also looking to invest in a regasification unit
  • Greece's Minerva Marine mulls order for aframax product tankers
    Greek owner signs letter of intent for dual-fuel LR2s
  • Azane Fuel Solutions plots ammonia bunkering vessel move with new design
    Norwegian start-up complements bunkering terminal plan with move into shipowning
  • US ramps up Iran oil sanctions as it cracks down on proxy group funding
    Move targets the sale of oil to foreign buyers using middlemen in the UAE and Hong Kong
  • Future fuels: New era of marine fuels: For a smooth transition, we need to talk about lubricants
    Engines powered by some alternative fuels are more straightforward to lubricate than others
  • Future fuels: Reaping the benefits of green fuels without bunkering them on ships?
    Book and claim and mass balance systems could help gain the benefits of future fuels and still use existing infrastructure
  • Major investors mull maritime exit over environmental risks
    Nearly two-thirds of senior finance players in the UK were considering cutting maritime investments over ESG concerns, report finds
  • Banks knocking on our door to finance new LPG carriers, says Avance Gas boss Kalleklev
    But Fredriksen company's CEO is in no rush to finalise funding just yet
  • Frontline earnings slashed as mainstream tanker fleet swells
    CEO Lars Barstad says streak of four strong quarters came has ended
  • Oil Brokerage swoops again, poaching three Fearnleys brokers in Geneva
    Just weeks after planting its flag firmly in the US, the James McNicol-led outfit keeps growing
  • John Fredriksen and banks come up with $2bn to finance Frontline swoop for 24 Euronav VLCCs
    First new tankers will load oil in January, Oslo-listed company says
  • GMS container ship scrap sale hits snags with arrest in Singapore
    Cash buyer says it is working with the previous owner SITC to get the arrest order lifted
  • Angelicoussis unveils size of planned ultra large ammonia carriers
    Joint development project with US major Chevron could result in a new breed of vessel
  • Modern LNG carriers merit charter rates of over $100,000 a day, Greek owner says
    Maria Angelicoussis and Evangelos Marinakis talk shipowning at annual LNG meet
  • Capital Maritime eyeing up a move into VLCC dual-fuelled newbuildings
    Greek owner has more tonnage on its menu
  • BW LPG expands India footprint with $40m infrastructure investment
    Singapore shipowner boosts downstream investments in the world's second largest LPG consumer
  • Jinhui Shipping continues clearout of older supramaxes
    Oslo-listed shipowner continues to improve fleet as weak markets take toll on its bottom line in third quarter

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American Shipper web site
NOVEMBER 30, 2023
  • Pipes of trade tell the tale of manufacturing growth
    With China knocked off its pedestal of reliable, cheap products, other countries have jumped in and seized on the weakness.

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FROM THE HOME PAGE
The AdSP of the Adriatic Northern Centre will carry out the dam for regasification off Ravenna
Ravenna
It will be about 900 meters long
The Venice AdSP confirms that the granting of VTP will expire on May 31, 2026
Venice
The Port Authority rejects the latest proposal for a Financial Economic Plan presented by the company as it "is not admissible or driver to the rebalancing of the concession"
Ban on electrification of the first batch of the Levant quay of the Port of Gioia Tauro
Joy Tauro
The bidding amount is more than 14.5 million euros.
CMA CGM is back in loss after 15 consecutive quarters of earnings
CMA CGM is back in loss after 15 consecutive quarters of earnings
Marseille
In the fourth quarter of last year, revenues fell by -37.4%
Promulgated in the USA the new law on the invoicing of counterstallia costs
Washington
Most of the provisions will enter into force on May 26
Brussels investigation of the aid for the territorial continuity granted to Corsica Line and La Méridionale
First green light of the European Parliament to the reform of the EU Customs Code
Brussels
Appreciation of ECSA, ECASBA, ESC, ESPO, FEPORT and WSC, reminding the issues still to be addressed
The Marine & Offshore division of Bureau Veritas stores 2023 with record performance
Paris
In the business segment, revenues amounted to 455.7 million euros (+ 8.9%)
The port of Palermo has reached a new historical record of annual freight traffic
The port of Palermo has reached a new historical record of annual freight traffic
Palermo
Volumes of boatloads are also growing at Termini Imerese and Trapani. Drop in Porto Empedocle
The flattening of import-export growth of G20 nations in the latter part of 2023
Paris
Trade in services in mild increase
Biden signs a decree to increase the cyber security of ships, ports and coastal facilities in the US
Biden signs a decree to increase the cyber security of ships, ports and coastal facilities in the US
Washington
Funds worth more than 20 billion will be used to replace the cranes produced in China. Expected recovery, after 30 years, of crane production in the United States
Fincantieri agreement with EDGE to establish a production base of military vessels in the United Arab Emirates
Abu Dhabi / Rome
51% of the joint venture will be held by the Middle Eastern group, while the Italian company will have management management
Danish shipowners complain that removing the tax exemption for seafarers provided by the DIS register would be madness
Copenhagen
Italian tourist portuality suffers from the absence of specific standards
Rome
Today in Rome of the States Generals of the sector organized by ASSONAT in collaboration with Assonautica Italiana
In the fourth quarter of 2023 the traffic of goods in the port of Rotterdam decreased by -6.4%
In the fourth quarter of 2023 the traffic of goods in the port of Rotterdam decreased by -6.4%
Rotterdam
Annual decline of -6.1% with reduction in volumes of both miscellaneous goods and bulk
AIDA Cruises announces a program of modernization of the three class ships "Sphinx"
Miami
Work will be carried out in 2025 and 2026
A new viaduct improves road accessibility to the container platform of Going Ligure
Go Ligure
It features two opposing carried out and variable slopes to overcome the underlying railroad
Dubbed the fifth full container ship of the Messina Genovese fleet
Genoa
Built in 2010, the "Jolly Clivia" has a capacity of 4,400 teu
In 2023 the revenues of Regional Container Lines decreased by -49.0%
Bangkok
Stable volumes of goods transported by the fleet of container carriers
SILT (Finsea Group) has inaugurated operating venues to Go Ligure and Trieste
Genoa
The transport company owns a fleet of more than 50 means of ownership
Beijing : of all unfounded accusations that Chinese cranes pose risks to security
Beijing / Washington
AAPA applauds Washington's decision to develop the national production capacity of port equipment
Notice to collect expressions of interest for the areas of the pole of nautical shipbuilding in Cagliari
Cagliari
The title will not be able to exceed 40 years.
European Commission authorizes CMA CGM to acquire Bolloré Logistics
Brussels
Sets up the sale of all the assets of the logistics company in Guadeloupe, Martinique, Saint-Martin and French Guiana
Sharp decline in intermodal transport handled by Kombiverkehr
Sharp decline in intermodal transport handled by Kombiverkehr
Frankfurt am Main
The German firm is concerned that the current difficult market situation will persist for a long time. Concern also for the outcome of European policies for combined transport
Today in Rome, the 30-year-old celebratory convention of the law 84/94
Rome
Established the Port Authorities and the General Command of the Capitaneries of Puerto-Guard Coastal
Comparison between the Suez Canal Authority and the heads of the Genovese company Messina
Ismailia
Rabie : appreciation for the growing number of Italian carrier ships passing through the canal
In 2023 the traffic in goods in the ports of Montenegro dropped by -17.7%
Podgorica
In mild growth (+ 1.2%) the loads to and from Italy
SAILING LIST
Visual Sailing List
Departure ports
Arrival ports by:
- alphabetical order
- country
- geographical areas
The interports, with the privatization of managers and areas, at the center of the House discussion
Rome
Frijia (Fdi) : With this law we surpass a discipline that goes back more than 30 years. Ghio (Pd) : new sales of our heritage and fundamental structures for the country
On Friday, a conference on the relaunch of the Tuscan Simplified Logistics Zone was held in Livorno.
Livorno
It is organized by the Port Authority of the Tyrrhenian Sea North
On 26 and March 27 in Milan, the 8th edition of "Shipping, Forwarding & Logistics meet Industry" will be held in Milan.
Milan
Intermodal traffic at the Interport in Bologna in 2023
Bentiwant
Transitioned 1.7 million trucks (-10.6%) and 3,391 trains (-33.2%)
In 2023 the value of Russian exports of non-energy goods decreased by -23%
Moscow
Overall, exports were down -28.3% percent, while imports grew by 11.7% percent.
GNV strengthens the functionalities of its own fleet assistance center
Genoa
Implemented the Mass Notification Suite solution of Everbridge
Port of Gioia Tauro, altering controls to favour ' Ndrangheta in drug traffics
Reggio Calabria
Disjointed a criminal association made up of customs officials, the head of a shipping company, the harbour and the referents of the main coaches
In 2023 the revenues of the HHLA terminalist group decreased by -8.3%
Hamburg
Decline of -12.0% in the fourth quarter of the year
Turkon Line will activate a scheduled service between Turkey and the northern Red Sea
Istanbul
It will perform scans in Mersin, Iskenderun, Aqaba and Jeddah
Germany's BGL applauds Italy's decision to urge the start of an infringement procedure against Austria
Frankfurt am Main / Bolzano
Convention on novelty for import introduced with the European CBAM Regulation
Venice
Organized by Assosped Venice and Anasped, it will be held on February 28 in Marghera
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
On 26 and March 27 in Milan, the 8th edition of "Shipping, Forwarding & Logistics meet Industry" will be held in Milan.
Milan
Theme of the event "The future possible of productive and logistical Italy"
On Friday, a conference on the relaunch of the Tuscan Simplified Logistics Zone was held in Livorno.
Livorno
It is organized by the Port Authority of the Tyrrhenian Sea North
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PRESS REVIEW
Le transport maritime national navigue à vue
(Aujourd'hui Le Maroc)
“Israel is facing silent sanctions”
(Globes - Israel's Business Arena)
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FORUM of Shipping
and Logistics
Relazione del presidente Mario Mattioli
Roma, 27 ottobre 2023
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Fire in the night in the port of Ancona
Ancona
Flames in three caps
Last month container traffic in Hong Kong port grew by 19.1% percent.
Thanks to the rise of the noli, the monthly turnover of Evergreen and Yang Ming is growing.
Taipei / Keelung
In January the revenues of Wan Hai Lines decreased by -2.6%
Order to Vard for the design and construction of a Service Operation Vessel
Trieste
Fincantieri completes acquisition of Remazel Engineering
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