testata inforMARE
23 March 2023 - Year XXVII
Independent journal on economy and transport policy
16:28 GMT+1
February 3, 2023

free news
Exim India web site
FEBRUARY 3, 2023
  • COSCO SHIPPING Holdings launches integrated supply chain product
  • MSC boosts India to West Med service with Leghorn call
  • Long-term container contracted rates continue to rationalise in Jan.
  • Operationalization of Drive Through Container Scanner (Road) at BMCT (Scan code D-INNSA1RSDTO2); Procedure to be followed for scanning of containers selected for scanning
  • Federation of Indian Export Organisations (FIEO) - Representing India's export promotion in its entirety
  • Paradip Port again achieves new records
  • DP World to develop mega container terminal at Deendayal Port
  • MOL becomes world's first company to earn AiP for vessel cyber resilience
  • HDC registers highest ever cargo handling in Jan.
  • Haifa Port acquisition by Adani Group a milestone: Israeli PM
  • APSEZ completes acquisition to boost oil storage capacity
  • Record handling of steel coils in a single day at Chennai Port
  • Closure of IFFCO jetty for maintenance
  • APEDA eyes $1 bn in export revenue from beverages
  • Malaysia emerges as new market for India's egg exports

free news
International Transport Journal web site
FEBRUARY 3, 2023
  • ITA Airways takes a step towards Germany
  • Intermodal service launched in Egypt
  • Road haulage: operators must have a choice
  • Seko Logistics picks Richard MacLaren
  • Iris and PIL engaged
  • For the last-mile network in Bangladesh
  • More traffic between the British Isles
  • Highly automated truck on public roads
  • Aercap to lease Four Big Twins to Fly Meta
  • Zeus hires Cambridge sustainability expert
  • A direct connection between India and USA
  • DSV: a full war chest for 2023
  • Driver facility in Southampton to open this year
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Paolo Bettazza to head customer service
  • Dachser Turkey: an urgent shipment to Abidjan
  • Iran-Cuba sea link on the list
  • IAG Cargo flies the dinosaur

free news
The Loadstar web site
FEBRUARY 2, 2023
  • EXCLUSIVE: Ceva Logistics restructures - French marriage rumoured
  • Maersk builds 'Chinese walls' as it begins its unified branding
  • CMA CGM books another dozen 13,000 teu methanol-powered ships
  • Demand crash wreaked havoc in Q4 for both DSV and CH Robinson
  • Client anger as US Class I railways report huge earnings despite poor service
  • Dismal CH Robinson a thing of the past, get on with post-Bob era
  • DSV - relief rally
  • The FedEx bloodbath has just begun
  • Complacent airports should pay more attention to their cargo operations
  • Trackers on containers 'critical' for supply chain visibility, says new Traxens CEO
  • IoT and monitoring can overcome the cold chain's energy nightmare

free news
Marine Log web site
FEBRUARY 2, 2023
  • Navy ship operating hours down as maintenance woes mount
    A new report from the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) paints a bleak picture of Navy ship availability with an increases in maintenance delays and things like use of cannibalized parts and
  • Could your BWTS offer a back door to cyber hackers?
    Like any networked system or control software onboard ship, the ballasting process, including the treatment system, can be susceptible to a cyberattack, with hackers looking for an entry point to a vessel's
  • Passenger vessel work keeps Washington State sister yards busy
    Among challenges facing passenger vessel operators are stricter emissions requirements, post-pandemic market changes - and more recently lack of ship repair yard availabilities. Sister Washington State shipyards Nichols Brothers Boat Builders (NBBB)

free news
Container News web site
FEBRUARY 2, 2023
  • MABUX reports decline in global fuel prices
    Over the fifth week of the year, Marine Bunker Exchange (MABUX) global bunker indices showed a moderate downward correction. The 380 HSFO index fell by US$9.32 to US$480.87/MT, the VLSFO index dropped by US$8.46 reaching US$713.73/MT and the MGO index decreased by US$35.10 to US$1,041.40/MT. "We expect this is a short-run downward correction and the global bunker market still retains the potentia
  • Samskip commences short-sea connection between Iceland and Sweden
    Iceland-owned shipping company Samskip will start a new short-sea connection between Iceland and Sweden. In particular, 5 April will see the first ever call of a Samskip's vessel at APM Terminals Gothenburg, which will mark the inauguration of a major investment in short-sea between Gothenburg and Europe. Samskip will call weekly at APM Terminals' newly renovated quay, specially adapted for short
  • Freightify secures US$12 million funding round to boost digital transformation of freight forwarding industry
    Freightify announced a US$12 million debt & equity Series A funding round to help power the digital transformation of freight forwarders through its solutions. The company's freight rate management platform is solving the complex challenges facing freight forwarders and helping them to do more business faster at lower costs. Freightify aims to empower freight forwarders by providing rate automati
  • DP World confirms winning bid for new mega box terminal in India
    DP World has announced that it has won a major concession to develop, operate and maintain a new container terminal at Deendayal port in Gujarat, on the western coast of India, as previously reported by Container News . The contract was awarded by the Deendayal Port Authority on a Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) basis. Specifically, the project involves the construction of a mega-container terminal
  • MSC ship refloated after running aground in Singapore Strait
    An ultra-large container ship operated by MSC has been refloated after running aground in the Singapore Strait off Indonesia. Vessel-tracking data from S&P Global showed that the 2019-built, 14,300 TEU MSC Faith was grounded near Batu Berhanti Beacon, an area where waters are shallow. MSC Faith, serving MSC's Asia-South America service, had departed Singapore's Pasir Panjang Terminal on 31 Januar
  • WiseTech Global acquires Envase Technologies
    WiseTech Global, the developer of logistics execution software CargoWise, announced the acquisition of Envase Technologies, a provider of transport management system software for intermodal trucking, drayage and landside logistics in North America in a transaction valued at US$230 million. Envase is being acquired from private investment firm and supply chain investor Firmament, and a small numbe
  • TS Lines to fit scrubbers on more ships
    Taiwanese intra-Asia carrier TS Lines will step up scrubber installation on its ships, as the price spread between high-sulphur fuel oil (HSFO) and low-sulphur fuel oil (LSFO) widens amid surging oil prices. Last year, the price spread ranged from US$240 to US$264 per tonne, more than doubling from the spread of US$112 per tonne in 2021 and rocketing from US$92 per tonne in 2020, when the Interna
  • New Konecranes equipment at Port of Spain
    The Port of Port of Spain (PPOS) in the Caribbean has bought two Konecranes Liftace empty container handlers, one Konecranes reach stacker, and two Konecranes forklifts. The empty container handlers arrived in the third quarter of 2022, while the reach stackers and forklift trucks are planned to come in the first quarter of 2023. "This is the first time PATT has ordered Konecranes lift trucks, bu
  • MSC announces new container service in Europe
    MSC has decided to start a new weekly feeder service connecting Ireland, France and Belgium, effective from the end of February. The service will connect Dublin and Cork in Ireland to two key transshipment hubs in Northwestern Europe, Antwerp in Belgium and Le Havre in France. The first direct call to Dublin will be on 28 February and then to Cork on 3 March with the 1,726 TEU boxship Carla-Liv.
  • PIL, Iris Lines launch new inta-Asia service
    Pacific International Lines (PIL) announced a new weekly direct service connecting major ports in Thailand, the Philippines and Singapore. The new service, named Thailand Philippines Straits (TPS) service, will commence on 15 February 2023 from Manila, Philippines. It will be served by a consortium of vessels with an average capacity of 750 TEUs, jointly deployed by PIL and Iris Lines, Inc. The r
  • Brazilian port acquires new container scanner
    Itapoá Port in Brazil has received HCVM XT, a new scanner designed for inspecting containers entering its yard. This latest purchase, an investment of about US$2 million, arrived on January 2023 and will likely start operating by March. Moreover, the scanner is manufactured by the British security company, Smiths Detection, and it is the first of its kind in the country. This new piece of equipme
  • Maersk, Ashdod Port ink supply chain partnership deal
    Ashdod Port Company in Israel has struck a deal with Maersk North America to work on supply chain logistics innovation potential. The partnership is expected to allow Israeli firms participating in the Blue Ocean for Startups technological incubator at Ashdod Port to be eligible for pilot projects in North America to test the suggested solutions in landside operations. The partnership was struck
  • ZIM upgrades its Asia-US East Coast ZXB Service
    Israeli container carrier ZIM will enhance its Asia-US East Coast ZXB Service, introducing a new and improved rotation. Starting from late February, the ZIM Xpress Baltimore (ZXB) updated weekly rotation will be: Jakarta (Indonesia) - Laem Chabang (Thailand) - Cai Mep (Vietnam) - Haiphong (Vietnam) - Yantian (China) - Kaohsiung (Taiwan) - Panama Canal - Kingston (Jamaica) - Baltimore (US) - Norfo
  • Vancouver closer to new box terminal approval
    The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority has proposed a new marine container port on Canada's west coast called Roberts Bank Terminal 2. The Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project has already reached the end of the federal environmental evaluation procedure, which began in 2013. The port authority is hoping that the Government of Canada will make a decision soon. Since 2013, the project has been subject to a

free news
Splash web site
FEBRUARY 2, 2023
  • CSSC names new chairman
    China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC) has announced the appointment of Wen Gang as its new chairman. Wen, 56, previously served as the chairman of China Rongtong Asset Management Group Corporation. The top spot at the Chinese shipbuilding conglomerate has been vacant since August last year when the former chairman Lei Fanpei left his position.
  • DP World to build box terminal at India's Deendayal port
    Dubai-headquartered DP World has landed a concession to develop, operate and maintain the 'mega-container terminal' at Deendayal port on India's west coast. Located in Kandla, Gujarat, the project involves the construction of a 2.19m teu terminal at Tuna-Tekra through a public-private partnership estimated to cost around $550m. Once complete, the terminal on the adjacent east ...
  • Court opens DOF bankruptcy proceedings
    Hordaland district court resolved on Thursday to start bankruptcy proceedings in debt-laden Norwegian offshore vessel owner DOF, which will see the company's share capital lost and no value left to its shareholders. The move follows DOF creditors' request after its board of directors failed to secure the majority of shareholders to support the latest restructuring ...
  • Mitsubishi joins the Japanese rush to develop ammonia bunker vessels
    As ammonia continues to gain traction as one of the potential zero-carbon fuels for shipping, the development of bunkering vessels that will supply these next-generation ships is also pressing ahead. Japan's Mitsubishi Shipbuilding, part of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI), has completed a conceptual study for an ammonia bunker ship in collaboration with Japanese energy major ...
  • Velesto seals Roc Oil jackup deal
    Offshore drilling unit of Velesto Energy has secured a new contract with Roc Oil (Sarawak) for one of its jackup drilling rigs. The $14m contract will see the 2009-built premium jackup Naga 2 utilised to drill three firm wells. Velesto is Malaysia's largest owner and operator of jackup rigs with six owned units in its ...
  • Creditors seek DOF bankruptcy
    The creditors of the Oslo-listed offshore vessel owner DOF have moved to place the company into bankruptcy proceedings. DOF said in a regulatory filing that its board met persistent opposition from a group of shareholders and could not obtain sufficient support for debt restructuring after which the creditors concluded that "there is no basis for ...
  • Wagenborg converting PSV for Southern North Sea contract
    Dutch owner Wagenborg is converting a platform supply vessel into a multipurpose offshore unit that will support subsea activities and decommissioning works in the Southern North Sea. Wagenborg Offshore has sealed a long term deal with an energy major for the ship which will be retrofited within 34 weeks at the shipyard Royal Niestern Sander ...
  • Takeover saga dominates Euronav quarterlies
    Euronav published its fourth quarter results today with a conference call from Antwerp due early this afternoon. The very solid results - with a net profit of $234.7m the best returns since the middle of 2020 - have been overshadowed by the ongoing takeover saga that has put top management at the tanker firm in ...
  • UK swoops on Island Offshore's OSV
    The UK government has purchased another offshore vessel that will this time be converted into a mother ship to launch drones for detecting mines. Norway's Island Offshore sold its 2013-built support vessel for £40m ($49.5m at today's exchange rate) to Defence Equipment and Support (DE&S), the procurement arm of the UK Ministry of Defence. The ...
  • Liners now in the red on a mark-to-market basis
    On a mark-to-market basis, most liners are operating in the red, according to analysis from investment bank Jefferies. Mark-to-market is an accounting practice that involves adjusting the value of an asset to reflect its value as determined by current market conditions. "Container freight rates have fallen materially over the past six months and are hovering ...
  • Fredriksen's Northern Drilling raises $10m for DSME arbitration
    John Fredriksen's rig investment company, Northern Drilling, has raised $10m through a private share offering to cover costs for the ongoing arbitration case related to claims arising from the termination of the resale contract with Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) for the two ultra-deepwater drillships. In 2021, Northern Drilling canceled resale deals with DSME ...
  • India seen as one of the year's fastest growing box destinations
    India, the fastest growing major economy in the world, is seeing ever greater volumes of large boxships visiting its shores, necessitating the construction of far larger ports. The International Monetary Fund forecasts India's GDP to grow 6.8% this year, while exports are accelerating at a rapid clip. The nation managed $422bn in exports last year, ...
  • Australian coal heading to Chinese ports for first time since 2020
    Data from shipping platform Sea/ shows a total of six bulk carriers loaded with Australian coal have discharged or are about to discharge in Chinese ports, marking a significant thawing in trading relations between the two giant Asia-Pacific nations. China slapped a coal ban on Australian miners in 2020 in a row over the origins ...
  • Thousands of ships set to be hit by India's age restrictions
    Greek data firm MarineTraffic has provided some details of the ramifications of the upcoming Indian ban on older ships. New Delhi is readying age restrictions for ships calling at the world's second most populous nation. Under the new rules no bulk carrier, tanker or general cargo ship aged 25 or older will be allowed to ...
  • Chery takes over Samjin Shipbuilding
    Chery Automobile has taken over a second shipyard as it rapidly builds up its own fleet of car carriers. Chery, a state-owned automobile manufacturer, already owns Wuhu Shipyard in Anhui province where it is headquartered. It has now added Samjin Shipbuilding, a struggling yard in Weihai in northeastern Shandong province, to its portfolio. Both yards ...
  • Accident report published from maiden voyage of the world's first liquefied hydrogen carrier
    The difficulties of shipping liquefied hydrogen have been highlighted in a new report from the Australian Transport Safety Bureau, which shows how a safety issue arose on the maiden voyage last year of the Susio Frontier, the world's first and only liquefied hydrogen (LH2) carrier. The failure of an incorrectly-fitted electrical solenoid valve led to ...
  • Mayflower Wind changes name to SouthCoast Wind Energy
    Mayflower Wind has changed its name to SouthCoast Wind Energy to better reflect, said the company in a press release, its "commitment to the people, businesses and communities of the SouthCoast, all of whom will benefit from the growing offshore wind industry." The company, a 50/50 joint venture of Shell New Energies US and Ocean ...

news on subscription
Lloyd's List web site
FEBRUARY 2, 2023
  • How tankers sold in the red-hot tanker sale and purchase market are supercharging dark fleet oil trades
    The demand for elderly tankers for sanctioned Russia-based, Venezuela-based and Iran-based oil trades has lifted secondhand prices by as much...
  • Divorce will not stop Euronav seeking new partners
    Euronav's jilted chief Hugo De Stoop is going through a messy divorce, but is he holding out some hope that...
  • China's imports of Iranian oil near record levels as US promises pressure
    China's imports of Iranian oil remain robust amid promises from Washington to pressure Beijing and ahead of US Secretary of...
  • Shipping associations call for inclusion of maritime technology in EU Green Industrial Plan
    The European Commission presented its plan to increase competitiveness of the net zero industry, prompting calls from the shipping industry...
  • Resistance to change is limiting digital transformation
    Most companies begin with digitalisation and technology, but it's the wrong place to start; knowing corporate objectives and understating why...
  • Will CII be maritime's digital game-changer?
    Measures to tackle shipping's carbon intensity could accelerate a new wave of digital tools and technologies, as owners look to...
  • OceanPal acquires fifth bulker after exercising Diana option
    Deal includes a $4m cash payment on signing with the remainder to be paid in preferred shares
  • Seafarers may break law helping stowaways disembark, West of England P&I club warns
    Marine mutual has handled around 300 stowaways in the past three years, head of loss prevention estimates, which could be...
  • Stolt-Nielsen sees profits surge on strong tanker market
    About 16% of customers renewing contracts walked away due to tightening terms and as rates, on average, increased 30%, company...
  • ForestWave adds eight MPVs to fleet after purchase of rival Symphony Shipping
    Sale of Netherlands shipowner includes seven modern geared multi-purpose ships of between 10,500 dwt and 12,500 dwt capacities, and one...
  • Greek shipowners double down on help for public health system
    We consider it our duty, says Union of Greek Shipowners president Melina Travlos
  • DSV lowers earnings expectations as market cools
    An unclear macroeconomic outlook and the unwinding of pandemic disruptions have led DSV to lower its outlook for 2023. But...
  • Anglo says new LNG dual-fuelled capesize hits performance goals
    Newly-launched capesize, on a 60-day round voyage from China to South Africa, has been running on LNG to test performance...
  • Why innovation adds risk and what to do about it
    Decarbonisation and digitalisation demand a reassessment of maritime safety. Technology will aid safety as well as efficiency. This is why...
  • Maersk partners with Ashdod's tech incubator
    Agreement will allow Israeli start-ups participating in Ashdod Port's tech accelerator to be considered for pilot projects in North America
  • HHI's autonomous navigation system gets approval
    The Hyundai Intelligent Navigation Assistant System will be installed on Korean Register-classed and Liberia-registered ships from mid-2023
  • CSSC names defence expert Wen Gang as new chair
    Before his new role, Wen was the chairman of China Rongtong Asset Management Group established by Beijing in 2020
  • Daily Briefing
    Methanol orderbook grows as CMA CGM signs up for boxship dozen | Will methanol bunkering match demand quickly enough? |...

news on subscription
The Journal of Commerce web site
FEBRUARY 2, 2023
  • C.H. Robinson reaffirms commitment to global forwarding business
    The largest US logistics provider claims "compelling results" from cross-selling surface transportation and air and ocean services, despite weak market conditions.
  • Rapid container rate decline complicates payment picture for shippers
    US importers that renegotiated contract rates or shifted to the spot market in the second half of 2022 have also had to adjust to different accessorial charges and transmission formats.
  • MSC opens more direct port connections for Indian exporters as volumes taper
    The expansion of origin-to-destination ocean connectivity with predictable transit time improvements is a boon for Indian exporters trying to find untapped markets for their products amid slowing demand.
  • DSV books record result for 2022, but warns that bull run for profits is over
    Denmark's DSV collected record profits for 2022, but the forwarder says a return to a more "normal" market has begun.
  • 2M breakup throws carriers' operating playbook out the window
    The breakup of the 2M Alliance opens the door to a few possibilities, including the industry reverting to a competitive scramble for market share, driving down profits and forcing yet another round of M&A activity, writes Peter Tirschwell.
  • Freightify lands funding to target digital rate management in North America
    Technology provider Freightify is aiming to empower forwarders to build an online quoting presence that would lessen their reliance on rate marketplaces.

news on subscription
TradeWinds web site
FEBRUARY 2, 2023
  • Panamax bulkers fall to 20-month low as transatlantic routes offer 'little support'
    Transpacific routes also see lower rates China's anticipated post-holiday rally has not come to pass, analysts say
  • Tale of two VLCC markets keeps average spot rates flat
    Fearnleys describes a sluggish market in the west dragging down climbing rates in the east
  • Euronav shares trend up as investors weigh better than expected earnings
    Quarterly profit and vessel revenues were fatter than researchers expected, but owner still fights merger 'overhang'
  • Port facilities require more investment than ships to build US offshore wind capacity
    National Renewable Energy Lab says $22.4bn of investment is needed by 2030, but just roughly $3.75bn is for vessels
  • Clarksons Offshore & Renewables hires veteran to lead US wind farm expansion
    Jonathan Lints has 15 years of experience in developing wind farm projects in North Sea
  • Norwegian Hull Club offers green incentives for oil and gas clients
    Insurer wants to incentivise decarbonisation
  • VLCCs look for rally as China prospects brighten
    New carbon regulations and increasing demand from China tipped to improve trading conditions for the largest crude carriers
  • Jilted De Stoop not ruling out Frontline marriage as 'divorce' hearing looms
    Tanker boss sparks philosophical debate on love, marriage and commitment after merger collapse
  • Tankers on deck: Earnings set to impress, but can stocks repeat their 2022 run?
    As earnings season begins in earnest for tanker owners, Streetwise takes a look at fourth-quarter performance and prospects for 2023
  • Carriers face 'horrific times' after record fall in long-term rates
    Contract renewals plummet in value as container market scenario worsens
  • Chemical and gas markets boost Iino Lines' profits
    Japanese shipping company is positive about clean tanker markets
  • Massive war risk payouts loom for ships stranded in Ukraine
    Dozens of ships set to be written off in eastern Ukraine port on the frontline of the war with Russia
  • Absence of product tanker 'shadow fleet' creates real uncertainty, SSY says
    Researcher says how and how much Russian fuel will be moved is not yet clear after EU ban
  • Distant delivery dates taking steam out of 'extraordinary' LNG carrier ordering levels
    Wartsila's Roger Holm believes vessel contracting has peaked for now
  • How hardball P&I renewal could herald rate relief for shipowners
    Could this be the last year of the hard market in mutual marine insurance?
  • DOF shareholders wiped out in bankruptcy as lenders take over $1bn-plus fleet
    Eleventh-hour restructuring attempts fail after opposition from rebel investors
  • Engine designer MAN sees no bottleneck for ammonia burners
    Large oceangoing ships burning ammonia could be in service by 2025, but engine makers will keep ahead of shipowner demand
  • Report reveals 'serious incident' on Shell hydrogen carrier's maiden voyage
    Australian investigators say component failure led to flame discharge on deck of pioneering Suiso Frontier
  • Allianz Global appoints new head of marine in London
    Philip Graham, who previously led the Chaucer Group's marine business, moves into new role
  • EU cash boosts Edda Wind's hydrogen-powered wind vessel project
    Ship-aH2oy project will receive €15m to develop hydrogen fuel cell and liquid organic carrier technology
  • EU disagreements push price cap talks close to deadline
    Two price caps for exporting Russian refined oil products are due to be introduced on Sunday
  • DOF shareholders wiped out in bankruptcy as lenders take over $1bn fleet
    Eleventh-hour restructuring attempts fail after opposition from rebel investors
  • Stolt-Nielsen pushes tanker contract prices up 30%, but some clients exit
    Chemical carrier renewals went well in the fourth quarter but some players were not prepared to meet higher prices
  • 'Accelerated' ship sales help drive Euronav to best profit in three years
    Belgian tanker owner boosted by rising asset values and better rates in fourth quarter
  • Euronav directors reach out to Fredriksen and CMB after 'unprecedented' board threat
    Grace Reksten Skaugen and colleagues are seeking to maintain dialogue with warring shareholder groups
  • MSC Faith refloated after grounding in the Singapore Strait
    Vessel anchored off Indonesian island of Batam for inspection
  • Transnet seeks partner to run South Africa's main container rail link
    Liner companies investing heavily in land-based logistics have a potential new opportunity in South Africa
  • ForestWave buys private equity-backed multipurpose operator Symphony Shipping
    Shipowner says acquisition will help to improve its decarbonisation efforts ahead of 2050
  • Maersk talks to government and banks to keep Pakistan trade flowing
    Danish giant continuing dialogue in the face of warnings about country's lack of US dollars

news on subscription
American Shipper web site
FEBRUARY 2, 2023
  • Tanker shipping consolidation saga watched 'like it's Netflix'
    The tanker industry has a storied history of corporate showdowns. The latest, a three-way tussle involving Euronav, looks far from over.
  • UPS begins phaseout of older MD-11 cargo jets
    UPS is replacing MD-11s with more fuel-efficient Boeing 767 freighters as reducing costs and carbon emissions become increasingly important.
  • Hawaiian Airlines faces higher costs for training Amazon pilots
    Hawaiian Airlines faces some headwinds in 2023, including some extra temporary costs to prepare for new business flying freighters for Amazon.

››› File
ECSA, EU agreement on ship fuel gives strong political signal and provides clear climate goals and guidance for industry
Brussels / Rome
Assshipowners, welcome our main instances
T&E, today's EU decision marks the beginning of the end of dirty fuels in the shipping industry
The organisation highlighted the need to prevent the agreed standards from presenting loopholes
Agreement of the Parliament and of the EU Council on the use of fuels for decarbonisation of shipping
Agreement of the Parliament and of the EU Council on the use of fuels for decarbonisation of shipping
From 2034, the share of renewable fuel will have to be more than 2% percent. Emissions will have to be reduced by 2% percent by 2025 and by 80% percent by 2050. From 2030 container ships and passenger ships will have to use ground electricity in major European ports
Subscribed to the contract to sell the yards Hellenic Shipyards to the Greek shipowner Prokopiou
The tender had been won with an offer worth 62.5 million euros.
ESPO presses why the ports that play a significant role in the EU's energy supply are also admitted to the TEN-T network
According to the association, it is necessary to also take into account their role in the acceleration of the spread of renewable energies
In 2022 OOIL achieved record economic results
Hong Kong
In 2022 OOIL achieved record economic results
Drop in performance in the second half of the year
In 2022 French ports handled 293.7 million tonnes of cargo (+ 5.1%)
The figure is -6.0% percent lower than that of the pre-pandemic year of 2019.
Grimaldi signs agreement for the 67% acquisition of the Igoumenitsa Portuale Authority
Grimaldi signs agreement for the 67% acquisition of the Igoumenitsa Portuale Authority
"Our goal is to make the Greek airport realize its full potential for the benefit of all stakeholders, from shipping, transport and tourism to the local community," said Emanuele Grimaldi, who is also the first person to be able to make the Greek government.
Fedespedi, in 2022 container traffic in Italian ports increased by 2.4%
Overall decline of -1.0% of volumes in other container ports in the Mediterranean
In 2022 the port of Hamburg recorded a new record of goods from and for Austria
They amounted to 6.3 million tonnes (+ 12%)
Assshipowners represented to the EU the instances of Italian shipping on decarbonisation
Assshipowners represented to the EU the instances of Italian shipping on decarbonisation
Messina : the new IMO CII, as it is thought today, leads to opposite effects compared to environmental safeguards, penning precisely the Italian navige
Protocol to develop the Alexandria Smisting stopover in an intermodal freight hub
By the end of 2024, the masterplan will be defined for the realization of a modal interchange pole
Ferretti group buys the Ravennate shipyard of the Rosetti Marino
The acquisition has envisaged an initial investment of around 40 million euros.
A.P. Møller-Mærsk will sell the Maersk Supply Service to the parent company A.P. Møller Holding
A.P. Møller-Mærsk will sell the Maersk Supply Service to the parent company A.P. Møller Holding
Transaction of the value of 685 million
Joint venture TX Logistik-Samskip-duisport to manage the intermodal terminal logport III in Duisburg
Joint venture TX Logistik-Samskip-duisport to manage the intermodal terminal logport III in Duisburg
It has an annual traffic capacity equal to 250mila units of cargo
Abu Dhabi Ports initiates a series of agreements to carry out port terminals for goods and cruise liners in Egypt
Abu Dhabi Ports initiates a series of agreements to carry out port terminals for goods and cruise liners in Egypt
Abu Dhabi
Signed the concession contract for the multipurpose terminal in Safaga
In February -43.1% of container traffic in the port of Los Angeles confirms the crisis phase of California's ports
Los Angeles
In February -43.1% of container traffic in the port of Los Angeles confirms the crisis phase of California's ports
They also suffer from the East Coast port scans. Expect a modest recovery starting in March
Freudenberg, Meyer Werft and Royal Caribbean are realizing a new fuel cell system for the naval sector
Freudenberg, Meyer Werft and Royal Caribbean are realizing a new fuel cell system for the naval sector
The first exemplar could be installed on the new "Silver Nova" cruise ship that will be completed in the next few months.
FEPORT satisfied with changes to the EU general exemption rules by category
The federation continues to cover public investment of up to 150 million euros in ports, including those for cold ironing, the federation said.
In 2022 the transits of trucks through the Swiss Alps decreased by -1.7% percent. Stagnation of rail transport
In 2022 the transits of trucks through the Swiss Alps decreased by -1.7% percent.  Stagnation of rail transport
Still far away the goal of the transfer of the loads from the road to the rail
In the only fourth quarter of 2022, HHLA Group revenues grew by 4.9%
Operating profit fell by -8.8%
Touax closes 2022 with record revenue
Expected in 2023 normalization of the container market
E-fuel should only be reserved for air and sea transport
It highlights an analysis of Transport & Environment, which considers them not useful to decarbonisation of road transport
Agreement between five international organisations to increase the safe transport of cargo in containers
Memorandum of understanding subscribed by CINS, CHIRP, COA, ICHCA and SMDG
The port of Livorno initiates an agreement with the Uruguayan ANP for the development of traffics, in particular of forest
The port of Livorno initiates an agreement with the Uruguayan ANP for the development of traffics, in particular of forest
In 2022, the labronic climber handled 2.13 million tonnes.
Visual Sailing List
Departure ports
Arrival ports by:
- alphabetical order
- country
- geographical areas
Rixi reassures on the implementation of the sea rollover of the Fincantieri shipyard of Sestri Ponente
Rixi reassures on the implementation of the sea rollover of the Fincantieri shipyard of Sestri Ponente
MIT will launch the discussion with Italian Railway Network for moving the railway line
Maersk Air Cargo inaugurates an aeromerci service Europe-China
Maersk Air Cargo inaugurates an aeromerci service Europe-China
It is the first air link for the transportation of goods between Denmark and Asia
In 2022, rail transport to and from the port of Livorno grew by 35.8%
Drop of -35.4% in the Piombino stopover
In February, drop in freight traffic in the ports of Algeciras and Barcelona
Algeciras / Barcelona
Decreases of -12.3% and -11.6% respectively
PSA stores 2022 with record financial performance
PSA stores 2022 with record financial performance
Revenue up 71.2%
Seabourn has sold the luxury cruise ship Seabourn Odyssey at MOL
It was built by the yard T. Mariotti
Fine of $950mila at Taiwanese Wan Hai Lines
Transactive agreement with US federal agency FMC
In the third quarter of 2022, the traffic of goods in Greek ports fell by -3.1% percent.
In the third quarter of 2022, the traffic of goods in Greek ports fell by -3.1% percent.
Passenger in growth of 19.2%
Anti-piracy exercise in the Gulf of Guinea
Anti-piracy exercise in the Gulf of Guinea
It involved the ship "Commander Foscari" of the Navy and the mercantile "Great Luanda" of the Grimaldi
A Eurosceptic Federagents looks to South
Opportunities from the industrial, logistical and commercial activism of the MENA area countries
AD Ports initiates a letter of intent for the realization of a multipurpose terminal in the port of Pointe-Noire
AD Ports initiates a letter of intent for the realization of a multipurpose terminal in the port of Pointe-Noire
Abu Dhabi
The agreement has the duration of one year
ONE orders ten more new container ships from 13,700 teu
They will be taken in delivery in 2025 and 2026
Tarlazzi (Uiltransport) : detach contract increases to avoid tensions in the world of work
"The government has a responsibility to avoid the transport of people and goods," he said.
Career Day in Genoa to work in maritime agencies
Initiative of Assagents and the Guidance Sector at Work and placement of the University of Genoa
The ports of Ancona and Igoumenitsa to work to develop the Autostrade of the Sea between the Iberian Peninsula and the Eastern Mediterranean
In February, freight traffic in Russian ports decreased by -3%
St. Petersburg
In February, freight traffic in Russian ports decreased by -3%
In decline exports, imports and loads in transit. Increase in cabotage
GEODIS buys the Transports Devoluy self-transport company
GEODIS buys the Transports Devoluy self-transport company
It has a fleet of about 60 vehicles
In the next few years the navalmechanical group Navantia will hire over 1,500 people
In the next few years the navalmechanical group Navantia will hire over 1,500 people
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez said on Wednesday.
Italian Ports:
Ancona Genoa Ravenna
Augusta Gioia Tauro Salerno
Bari La Spezia Savona
Brindisi Leghorn Taranto
Cagliari Naples Trapani
Carrara Palermo Trieste
Civitavecchia Piombino Venice
Italian Interports: list World Ports: map
ShipownersShipbuilding and Shiprepairing Yards
ForwardersShip Suppliers
Shipping AgentsTruckers
On April 18 Assiterminal will be confronted with politicians and practitioners on the challenges of portugal
Meeting at the headquarters of the Federation of the Sea in Rome
On April 13 at Ancona a conference on health and safety at work in the port of port
It is organized by Inail Marche in collaboration with the Central Adriatic Sea AdSP
››› Meetings File
Pressure grows on shipping industry to accept carbon levy
(The Guardian)
Leith Docks: 25 injured after research ship Petrel topples over in 'terrifying' 'major incident' in dry dock
(The Scotsman)
››› Press Review File
FORUM of Shipping
and Logistics
Relazione del presidente Daniele Rossi
Napoli, 30 settembre 2020
››› File
- Via Raffaele Paolucci 17r/19r - 16129 Genoa - ITALY
phone: +39.010.2462122, fax: +39.010.2516768, e-mail
VAT number: 03532950106
Press Reg.: nr 33/96 Genoa Court
Editor in chief: Bruno Bellio
No part may be reproduced without the express permission of the publisher
Search on inforMARE Presentation
Feed RSS Advertising spaces

inforMARE in Pdf