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International Transport Journal web site
OCTOBER 2, 2023
  • Up and coming at ADD
  • Rail link to relieve Greater Cairo Area corridor
  • Hong Kong's largest cold storage facility
  • Operail Repairs certified
  • Turkish Cargo joins "Koalition" for Yani
  • Saudia Cargo appoints managing director
  • Shippers face 29% inflation in 2023
  • Daimler Truck parts from Saxony-Anhalt to the world
  • Expanding healthcare and time-critical services
  • A tandem for SAF
  • Fraport extends CEO contract
  • A throughput to celebrate
  • China driving EV business in South Africa
  • Maersk responds to calls for greener haulage
  • Finnlines promotes Suvi Niemivuo
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Movianto: a big investment in anaesthetics
  • Shipnext receives grant for supply chain AI
  • ANA to open new cargo building in October 2024

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The Loadstar web site
SEPTEMBER 29, 2023
  • Pessimistic box lines cancel India-to-US GRIs and peak surcharges
  • Analysis: Flexport in flux - it's even 'more fascinating to watch' now
  • The lethal danger posed by enclosed spaces in the supply chain
  • At last, ONE Record - 'like surfing the internet' - is on airlines' radar
  • Box volumes are back at Beirut Port - but so is corruption and instability
  • Scope 3 emissions are somebody else's problem no longer
  • WSC targets misdeclared lithium-ion cargo in new safety push
  • How a US government shutdown could affect the logistics industry

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Marine Log web site
SEPTEMBER 29, 2023
  • Ferry operators join roundtable discussion at FERRIES 2023
    With just over a month left before Marine Log's 36th annual FERRIES conference, a panel of ferry operators has come together to present on topics important to the operations side of the
  • Carnival Corporation posts first profit since pandemic
    For the first time since the resumption of guest cruise operations following the COVID-19 shutdown, Carnival Corporation's U.S. GAAP net income turned positive in third quarter 2023, generating $1.07 billion. Adjusted net
  • BOEM proposes fewest oil and gas lease sales in history
    The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) does not allow the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) to issue a lease for offshore wind development unless the agency has offered at least 60 million
  • MAN methanol gensets picked for first methanol fueled car carriers
    Methanol as a marine fuel is now moving into the car carrier sector. The first two methanol fueled vessels ordered for the sector -two 9,300 CEU (car equivalent unit) pure car and
  • Glosten unveils CT-120 tug design
    Glosten, Seattle, Wash., has announced its new tug design, a 120- by 39-foot tug with a molded depth of 23 feet. The CT-120 is a sizeable oceangoing tug made for long-distance and
  • Mitsubishi Ore Transport adopts Inmarsat Fleet Xpress fleet wide
    One of Japan's largest bulk carrier operators, with a fleet of 17 ships, Mitsubishi Ore Transport (MOT), which this year became part of the NYK Group, is looking to harness the vast
  • ILA veteran appointed Port Houston port commissioner
    The City Council of Pasadena, Texas has appointed ILA veteran Alan A. Robb to serve on its behalf as a Port of Houston Authority port commissioner beginning October 1, 2023. Current commissioner

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Container News web site
SEPTEMBER 29, 2023
  • APM Terminals Malaysian JV proceeds with decarbonisation process
    The Malaysian Port of Tanjung Pelepas (PTP), a joint venture between APM Terminals and the MMC Group, has been selected to join the Partnerships for Infrastructure (P4I) initiative. More specifically, this is a government-to-government decarbonisation scheme between Malaysia and Australia that supports PTPs ambition to become a green bunkering hub for alternative fuels. "Malaysia has the potentia
  • Shipnext secures substantial Belgian grant
    Shipnext has secured a substantial, multi-year grant from Belgian government agency Flanders Innovation & Entrepreneurship (VLAIO) to strengthen the adoption of predictive analytics and Artificial Intelligence in the supply chain. In particular, a dedicated team based at Shipnext's headquarters in Antwerp is going to embark on an ambitious project to develop a supply chain volatility forecast. Th
  • Barge with 12 boxes onboard sinks near Chittagong port
    A barge having 12 TEUs of loaded containers onboard sunk near Chittagong port in Bangladesh on Thursday (28 September) night. The port authority, in a notice issued to mariners on Friday morning, asked the vessels to navigate with caution while sailing in the area. It said the barge namely Termanator capsized with 12 loaded containers at the abreast canal of Karnafully Channel and its sunken posi
  • More seaborne cigarette smuggling foiled in Hong Kong
    Hong Kong Customs foiled seaborne cigarette smuggling attempts in two separate cases, in which containers arriving from Cambodia and South Korea were found to have 15m contraband cigarettes with a value of HK$54 million (US$6.9 million), with HK$36 million (US$4.6 million) of evaded duties. In the first case, through risk assessment and intelligence analysis, customs officers on 21 September sele
  • Thames Freeport enjoys multi-million dollar investment
    Thames Freeport is celebrating GB£600 million (around US$730 million) in private sector investment in the project's first two years, which has resulted in the creation of over 1,000 jobs across the region. Last week, during a visit to meet with the Thames Freeport partners, UK investment minister Lord Johnson highlighted the numerous potential for firms to establish at the site following its offi
  • Hapag-Lloyd increases rates from Middle East and Indian Subcontinent to US East Coast and Gulf Coast
    Hapag-Lloyd announced a General Rate Increase (GRI) / General Rate Adjustment (GRA) from the Middle East and Indian Subcontinent to the United States East Coast and Gulf Coast for cargo transported in 20' and 40' dry, reefer and special containers, including high cube equipment. This rate increase of US$200 per container will be applicable to all types of boxes from 1 November and will be valid u
  • World's first methanol-fuelled boxship arrives at Port of London
    Laura Maersk, the world's first methanol-fuelled container vessel, arrived at the port of London for its first call on 27 September, marking a significant milestone in the maritime industry's journey toward decarbonisation. This 2,100 TEUs feeder vessel will assist Maersk in meeting its long-term goal of gradually updating its whole fleet to operate purely on green fuels. "We're delighted that ou
  • Box lines revise services in Europe
    Aiming to optimise and improve their network, several container lines have announced changes in their European services. First of all, CMA CGM has decided to revise its GTL service again. According to DynaLiners report, the French ocean carrier will remove Benghazi, Malta (one of the visits), Piraeus and Port Said from the service's port rotation, while it will include Damietta and Misurata in th
  • COSCO SHIPPING introduces new marine methanol fuel bunkering group standards
    China Marine Bunker (PetroChina) Co. (CHIMBUSCO), a shipping service company under COSCO SHIPPING, held the "Green Methanol Refuelling Capacity Building Conference" during the Global Sustainable Transportation Forum and the 15th International Exhibition on Transportation Technology & Equipment. During the conference, China Petroleum Circulation Association (CPCA) and the China Entry-Exit Inspecti
  • Chinese ports exceed 200 million TEUs in 2023 so far, Shanghai and Ningbo remain on top
    Container volume at China ports rose by 4.8% in the January-August period, compared to the same months last year. The container throughput of Chinese ports was 203.7 million TEUs, while for the same period, the cargo volume of major Chinese ports was 11.1 billion tons, translating to an 8.4% rise year-on-year. The following table mentions cargo and container throughput data from China's twelve ma
  • Bunker prices return to downward trend after a month
    The Marine Bunker Exchange (MABUX) indices turned into a decline for the first time in the last four weeks. The 380 HSFO index fell by US$3.07, the VLSFO index lost US$6.22 and the MGO index decreased by US$11.86. "At the time of writing, bunker indices have resumed an upward trend," noted a MABUX official. Global Scrubber Spread (SS) - the price difference between 380 HSFO and VLSFO - has also s
  • ITF recovers almost US$120 million in unpaid wages for seafarers since 2020
    The International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF) inspectors recovered US$118,529,663 in wages owed to seafarers between 2020 and 2022, according to data released on World Maritime Day. "While we are proud that our inspectors have been successful in recovering almost US$120 million for seafarers in the last three years, it's unfortunate that we need to address wage underpayments at all. We wo
  • WinGD secures first approval in AiP for ammonia-fuelled two-stroke engines
    Swiss marine power company WinGD has secured the first ever approval in principle (AiP) for two-stroke engines fuelled with ammonia. More specifically, Lloyd's Register awarded the AiP to WinGD's X-DF-A dual-fuel range, giving shipowners the assurances they need to realise vessel designs using ammonia-fuelled main engines for the first time. According to WinGD, the development of the company's am

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Splash web site
SEPTEMBER 29, 2023
  • Odfjell to test solid oxide fuel cell system on chemical tanker
    Alma Clean Power, Odfjell, and DNV have announced a project that would entail the installation of a solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) system on a chemical tanker by the end of 2024. Solid oxide fuel cells are fuel-flexible and can convert fuels like ammonia, LNG, methanol, and hydrogen to electricity with a potentially higher energy ...
  • Petrobras and Vale link up for joint investment in renewables
    Two of the most important names in Brazilian maritime, the state-controlled oil firm Petrobras and mining giant Vale have joined forces to develop low carbon solutions. A two-year partnership will study potential joint ventures in the development of sustainable fuels such as hydrogen, green methanol, biobunkers, green ammonia and renewable diesel and C02 capture and ...
  • Economou moves on another Palios company with OceanPal stake
    Greek shipowner George Economou has revealed a significant stake in another fellow shipowner. The latest move is on the NASDAQ-listed bulker owner OceanPal, according to a regulatory filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission. Economou's investment vehicle, Sphinx, a subsidiary of Maryport Navigation, has picked up over 324,000 shares for around $563,000, corresponding to ...
  • Delta Corp presses ahead with NASDAQ listing
    Mudit Paliwal-led Delta Corp Holdings is finally pressing ahead with a NASDAQ listing via a merger with an existing listed company, Coffee Holding, a wholesale coffee roaster and dealer. Originally planned for Q1 this year, Delta Corp has now put its merger plan into action with the closing of the transactions still subject to certain ...
  • World Shipping Council outlines digital solution in battle to contain fires from misdeclared cargoes
    Despite industry and government efforts, dangerous cargo that has not been declared, or that has been incorrectly declared or labelled, continues to cause fires and explosions, hurting and killing vessel crew and transportation staff. In response to this continued safety challenge the World Shipping Council (WSC), representing liner carriers, is taking additional action, developing a ...
  • $35m paid for a 21-year-old VLCC
    Adam Polemis-led New Shipping has struck a profitable VLCC deal, selling the 21-year-old 319,000 dwt Good News for $35m, a ship New Shipping bought from Euronav six years ago for $21m. The ship has already been delivered to its new owners, Hong Kong-based Unitop Group, and it has been renamed Eternal Fortune. This is the second ...
  • TechnipFMC lands new contract with Petrobras
    Subsea giant TechnipFMC has been awarded a contract by Petrobras to supply flexible pipes for the pre-salt fields offshore Brazil. The New York-listed company will design, engineer, and manufacture 14 km of gas injection riser pipes and also supply associated services including packing and storage. "We have an established team in place who have earned ...
  • Details emerge of first dedicated LNG bunkering facility on US Gulf Coast
    Seapath, a subsidiary of Libra Group, and Houston-based Pilot LNG have formed a joint venture to develop, construct, and operate the first dedicated liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunkering facility in the Galveston Bay area. With operations slated to begin in mid-2026, the construction is expected to cost $150m. A final investment decision on the project ...
  • Meadway bags Oshima ultramax
    Greece's Meadway Shipping has bought the three-year-old, Oshima-built Nord Amazon, an ultramax which it is now renaming Utopia. No price has been revealed for the ship. Meadway is a fan of Oshima tonnage. Earlier this month the company contracted the Japanese yard again to build a 42,300 bulk carrier, a second ship on order at Oshima. ...
  • Ship Concept 2030: The case for LNG
    Zane Berry from MCA Consulting gives his take on what the merchant fleet will look like at the start of the next decade. The main driver for change in vessel design and operation will remain the need for fuel optimisation through to 2030 and beyond. There is little availability for cargo capacity improvement and so ...

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Lloyd's List web site
SEPTEMBER 29, 2023
  • Scarce HSFO supply slashes Rotterdam scrubber spreads
    Narrowing price spreads between the two primary bunker fuel grades in Europe could disincentivise scrubber installations, although differentials remain much...
  • Seapath and Pilot team up for first US Gulf dedicated LNG bunkering station
    Libra Group subsidiary and LNG terminals specialist aim to start serving vessels in Galveston Bay area by mid-2026
  • IMO 2030 targets achievable if everyone is on board
    Industry reps at Marine Money Asia are optimistic shipping can meet the IMO's goals by 2030 if the industry can...
  • Police launch criminal investigation into Axiom Ince
    Firms in other countries using Ince & Co branding unaffected by developments in UK
  • Interest in ordering alternative fuel bulk carriers still limited
    There are 70 dual-fuel LNG bulk carriers either in service on order, while nine bulkers capable of utilising methanol have...
  • Oil cap breach fails to stop compliant shipments from Russia
    Tankers are providing evidence of compliance even as global prices for crude grades and nearly all refined products from Russia...
  • Fredriksen mulls Euronav share buyout in return for fleet
    Tanker tycoon John Fredriksen is understood to be considering an offer from the Saverys family's CMB to buy out his...
  • Seacon adds two newbuilds to fleet
    A kamsarmax dry bulker and a multipurpose vessel has joined the Chinese shipmanager's self-controlled fleet
  • X-Press chief expects 30% higher rate for methanol-power feeder service
    Newbuilds burning bio-methanol will reduce shipping emissions by more than 50%, but the cost is three times higher than the...
  • Cargo safety initiative seeks to improve screening and inspections
    Container lines have many tools available to root out bad rogue shippers misdeclaring dangerous goods. But until now there has...
  • Low lay up levels point to long-term container pain
    Overcapacity and weak demand are leading to poor utilisation and falling rates. Normally that would see ships laid up, but...
  • Rise of the share buyback
    While shipping companies traditionally reinvested profits in expanding and modernising their fleets, listed owners have increasingly been allocating their capital...
  • Chinese ship lessors look beyond mainstay as geopolitics and market slowdown bite
    The emergence of Chinese lessors coincided with the retreat of Western shipping banks after the 2008 financial crisis. Today, charting...
  • Inmarsat blasts 'unacceptable' tolerance of preventable errors
    A new report reveals an increase in the number of distress calls, especially from tankers and containerships. The same types...
  • Piraeus port posts record half-year profit
    Containers, cruise and car terminal all contributed to positive result
  • Daily Briefing
    Shipping sees second prexit wave amid windfall pandemic shipping profits | QatarEnergy orders 17 LNG carriers from Hyundai Heavy Industries...

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The Journal of Commerce web site
SEPTEMBER 29, 2023
  • Inland23: US-Mexico trucking costs rising with cross-border demand
    Cross-border trade with Mexico is one of the few hot spots in trucking, but fuel prices and other costs are putting more pressure on rates.
  • Inland23: Railroads vow service will remain strong when volume rebounds
    North American Class I railroads understand why shippers and logistics providers are skeptical about intermodal service, but they believe disruptions experienced in recent years won't happen again.
  • California drayage operators seek help meeting zero-emission regulations
    Drayage companies in the state say existing incentive programs will not be enough to enable them to meet regulations that mandate a zero-emission drayage fleet by 2035.
  • Inland23: Mexico-to-Southeast intermodal service due to launch in late '24
    CPKC and CSX hope the new joint service will boost volumes along the route, which is not a popular one for intermodal business.

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TradeWinds web site
SEPTEMBER 29, 2023
  • Capesize bulker market rises and falls as 'mixed dynamics' take hold
    Average spot rates rse 24% by mid-week but then slide 4% to Friday
  • Forget Phoenix, no more Nordic: It's all Pangaea Logistics from here
    Rhode Island-based niche trade specialist reveals a rebrand of its business lines
  • Carnival posts first profit since pandemic shut down global cruise business
    New York-listed cruise major achieved more than $1bn in profit for third quarter of fiscal 2023
  • Russian GPS 'jamming' causing collision risk in Black Sea, Romania says
    Army chief Daniel Petrescu claims constant interference from Putin regime is endangering seafarers and vessels
  • Shoreline takes on P&I executive Simon Swallow
    Former Shipowners' Club head has found a new role in marine insurance
  • It's a compromise, stupid! Former Cyprus shipping minister Vassilios Demetriades spills beans on EU horse-trading
    Preaching from a high horse will get you nowhere in maritime policymaking, argues Vassilios Demetriades
  • Editor's selection: Euronav carve-up? Dubai's dubious accolade and police probe Ince deal
    A look back at the stories that made news in shipping this week
  • European investors back both Euronav and Frontline following rumoured tanker deal
    Both companies' shares rise after reports Frontline would acquire Euronav ships
  • Charterers more comfortable as VLGC rates go from 'astronomic' to merely 'exceptional'
    Spot market turns bearish as tonnage list builds, brokers say
  • Trade imbalance leads to growing numbers of empty containers stuck in Russia
    But booming China-Russia trade remains profitable, despite falling rates
  • Emissions milestone: Odfjell to trial solid oxide fuel cell on chemical tanker
    Technology can convert gas, ammonia, methanol and hydrogen to electricity
  • Aramco makes international LNG move with $500m investment in MidOcean Energy
    Saudi energy giant takes stake in company acquiring interests in four Australian gas projects
  • Comment: Should shipping ditch methanol for a truly carbon-free future?
    Maersk no longer sees the fuel as a panacea for green shipping - and neither should we
  • Met Police called in to probe Ince & Co acquisition
    Regulator alleges client funds were used to acquire the shipping law firm
  • Tanker owner Top Ships goes for share reduction to maintain Nasdaq compliance
    Greek company's stock price has dropped from nearly $10 to $0.59 in a year
  • ITF inspectors recover $119m in seafarer wages over last three years
    More than $36m was paid back to crew members in 2022 alone, union group says
  • Jakarta court sides with Norway's Parbulk over jurisdiction in long-running Humpuss dispute
    Panel of judges denies Indonesian shipowner's attempt to have case thrown out
  • Fredriksen and Saverys close to deal to carve up Euronav fleet to end bitter takeover fight
    Frontline said to be taking in mostly VLCCs as two sides near signing long-rumoured fleet split
  • CMB.Tech venture building Africa's first green hydrogen refuelling plant
    Partnership with Ohlthaver & List will turn solar energy into fuel for port equipment, trucks and rail
  • Ships refuelling further out from congested Panama Canal, Monjasa says
    Bunker supplier working with owners to try to cut waiting times at key waterway
  • China unveils country's first methanol bunkering standards
    Move follows recent announcement by Cosco Shipping launching nation's first methanol bunker supply chain
  • NGOs turn spotlight on owners selling ships for recycling at substandard yards in Bangladesh
    Report claims European shipowners continue to flout EU rules, selling ships for scrap via cash buyer intermediaries
  • Shipowners receive mixed scorecard in survey of decarbonisation efforts
    Companies are either frontrunners, followers or conservatives in their efforts to make shipping greener
  • George Economou strikes again with 9.1% stake in Diana Shipping spin-off OceanPal
    Greek shipowner reveals holding in second Palios family company

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American Shipper web site
SEPTEMBER 29, 2023
  • In soft market, Amazon and DHL maintain cargo flying with ATSG
    Air Transport Services Group has not been forced by primary customers Amazon and DHL to significantly trim flight activity, as originally expected.

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IMO resolution to stop the activity of shadow fleets used to circumvent sanctions
Exhortation to the approx states to scrupulously inspect ships carrying out ship-to-ship operations
The EU Commission has updated the European list of ship recycling facilities
Includes 45 yards, of which 26 are in the European Union
A ONE container of the ONE in failure in the Suez Canal
Naval traffic has not been interrupted
Hoekstra confirms the strategy to mitigate the impact of the ETS on EU ports, but specifies that monitoring will happen on an ongoing basis
MSC in talks to acquire French logistics company Clasquin
After obtaining 42% percent of the capital, an offer will be made for the remaining share
MCL Feeder Services will go under the ownership of Unifeeder
Both companies operate feeder services in the Mediterranean
Seaspan Corporation enters the Naval segment of the Pure Car and Truck Carrier
Will acquire garage ships that will be chartered to Hyundai Glovis
Project for the creation of an autonomous vehicle for combined road-rail transport
It is developed by the Glid Technologies that has signed an agreement with the Port of Woodland
Koper confirms the first container port of the Adriatic
Already exceeded the share of one million uneventful teu since the beginning of the year
Three ships attacked in the Red Sea
Tampa / London
Missiles and drones launched from the Houthi-controlled area. Intervention by the American destroyer "USS Carney"
In the third quarter, the transits of ocean vessels in the Panama Canal decreased by -4.4%
In the first nine months of 2023, shipping traffic fell by -3.3% percent.
The IMO Assembly elected the members of its Council for the biennium 2024-2025
On Thursday, the election of the president and vice president
BLS Cargo hopes for measures to support rail freight transport on the Rhine-Alps corridor
To penalize this mode are mainly the construction sites, the prices of rail tracks and energy.
On Tuesday in Livorno, the experimental phase of the Single Customs and Controls will be launched.
The system favours the coordinated and concurrent control of controls
Record shipping traffic for November in Suez Canal
2,264 ships transited (+ 4.3%)
Fincantieri will acquire Remazel Engineering
The Company specializes in the design and supply of highly customized and high complexity equipment topside equipment
FEPORT, ETA, EMPA and ECASBA are urging the EU Commission to assess without delay the negative impact on European ports of the extension of the ETS to shipping
In the third quarter, the turnover index of the transport services marked a negative trend.
The conjunctural variation is nothing
In the third quarter the port of Tanger Med has handled more than 2.2 million containers (+ 13%)
GPH has detected shares of Royal Caribbean in cruise terminals at ports in Barcelona, Malaga, Singapore and Lisbon
The American group has sold 38% percent of the capital of Barcelona Port Investments to Global Ports Holding.
Meeting in Gioia Tauro ahead of the establishment of the Agency for Port Work
Joy Tauro
It will have to take over the Gioia Tauro Port Agency, whose deadline is set at the end of January.
Italy is out of China's Belt and Road Initiative
Merlo (Federlogistics) : good for ports and logistics, but also for our shipbuilding industry
At Logiport (Grimaldi) the management of the new Darsena ferry Civitavecchia
Above the offer of the Livorno Terminal Marittimo
Uniport presents its strategy to make ports the engine of growth
Legora de Feo : our sector needs today a systemic view of port policies
PSA Italy is set to close 2023 with a traffic of more than two million containers
The volumes in Venice are growing. In Genoa, there is an increase in activity at Sech and a decline in Pra.
Nicolò Iguera is the new president of YoungShip Italy
Renewed the Governing Council for the biennium 2023-25
TX Logistik finalized the acquisition of Exploris Deutschland Holding
Established the second operator of iron freight transport in Germany
SIOT-TAL will invest 44.4 million euros in upgrading of Trieste's Terminale Marino
Work entrusted to the Fincantieri Infrastructure Works Maritime Works
Agostinelli, well the search for Salvini of broader convergences on the proposal for the ETS moratorium
Joy Tauro
The President of the AdSP reiterated the risks to the port of Gioia Tauro
European Council of Transport, not addressing the theme of the risk of loss of competitiveness of transhipment ports caused by EU ETS
No response to the concerns expressed by Cyprus, Croatia, Greece, Italy, Malta and Portugal
ACGM confirms no to the constitution of an agency for the provision of temporary port work in Taranto
Following the march back of the AdSP, antitrust will not propose an appeal to the TAR
Maersk will enhance its facilities and logistical activities in Southeast Asia
Planned investment of more than 500 million
In the port of Valletta the first supply to an electric power ship of the ground network
To equip the five quays of the cold ironing terminal, 49.9 million euros have been invested.
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Agreement of the Italian Academy of Mercantile-De Wave in the field of shipbuilding
Collaboration for the training of technicians for the supervision and installation of facilities on ships
Anthony Veder-Accelleron agreement for assistance to turbochargers of 13 ships
Agreement based on a fixed fee applied to effective hours of operation
Ellerman seals a slot agreement with MSC related to transatlantic shipping routes
It will enter into force on the first January
AdSP of the Northern Adriatic, the Management Committee approves the third change in budget
Confirmed the adjustment of 25.15% of maritime demanial canons for 2024
Revamped the North East Confectural Steering
Paolo Salvaro confirmed to the presidency, while Manuel Scortegagna was appointed vice president.
GNV starts a new recruiting campaign
The first date on Monday and Tuesday in Naples
Logistics group Public Spinelli publishes its first Sustainability Budget
Ok the transfer of the concession of Terminal Ferry Barcelona to the Grimaldi Group
Barcelona / Naples
Deliberation by the Catalan Port Authority after the green light of the antitrust authority
The IMO assembly unanimously confirms the appointment of Velasco as secretary general
The term, lasting four years, will begin next January.
Launched in Ancona the cruise ship Viking Vela
It will be delivered at the end of 2024
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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ForwardersShip Suppliers
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Conference on changes in port logistics
It will be held in the first December in Ravenna
Conference of Uniport on the future of Italian portuality
It will be held on December 5 in Rome
››› Meetings File
Ports cyber hack reveals Australia's 'vulnerability' to attack
(The New Daily)
Economy Minister: Anaklia port project developing “according to plan”, “no delays” in deadlines
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FORUM of Shipping
and Logistics
Relazione del presidente Mario Mattioli
Roma, 27 ottobre 2023
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Port of the Spezia, signed the contract for the realization of the new pier cruises
The Spezia
Expected two benches of the length of 393 and 339 meters
d' Amico International Shipping will become part of the FTSE Italia Mid Cap Index
Includes the 60 companies with the largest market capitalization listed on the MTA and MIV markets of Borsa Italiana
Santi Casciano appointed CEO of the Going Gateway and Reefer Terminal
Go Ligure
Will take office on December 15
Rexi : signed the conventions with 12 interports for more than 11 million intended for completion of the network
The notice for an additional eight million euros will be published shortly.
Saipem has awarded two offshore contracts worth about 1.9 billion
Are related to activities in Guyana and in Brazil
At the port of Spezia it has been facilitated access to LNG-powered merchant ships
The Spezia
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