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December 5, 2023

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Exim India web site
DECEMBER 5, 2023
  • AICTPL, Mundra becomes first terminal in India to handle over 3,00,000 containers in a month
  • India re-elected to IMO with highest vote tally
  • Pilot Project on use of videography in cases requiring 100% examination of cargo
  • Global pool of shipping containers to post two consecutive years of decline
  • Difficult year projected for carriers
  • Wilhelmsen Ship Management announces major expansion plans for India
  • CNC & COSCO sign vessel sharing agreement for KCS and China 1 services
  • AD Ports Group & KazMunayGas sign Heads of Terms for ship building and repair facility in Kazakhstan
  • CMA CGM to enhance its FAL1 and FAL3 services connecting Asia with North Europe
  • APM Terminals Gothenburg bucks trend & records highest volumes ever in port's history
  • Multiple commercial ships, US warship attacked in Red Sea; seen as major escalation
  • Bold global action called for to decarbonise shipping
  • Coal despatch up 10 pc in Nov.
  • Gateway Terminals India handles record volume in a single day by road
  • Port of Rotterdam Authority officially commissions Container Exchange Route

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International Transport Journal web site
DECEMBER 5, 2023
  • Sixfold on Swiss tracks
  • Long trucks to travel between Germany and Denmark
  • ELL places large locomotive order
  • Excellence in logistics rewarded
  • Enhancing Hong Kong's e-commerce capacity
  • DP World's climate promise
  • A joint venture at Duisburg Port
  • Swissport launches cargo operations in Australia
  • Hydrogen tech at Valencia port
  • CCM expands leadership team
  • Emons and Cargoline on supply chains
  • Rail links Apac countries with Volga region
  • AMS: Menzies awards CEIV Pharma accreditation
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • ASA: Wellington Koo hands over the baton
  • Long Beach's eco milestone
  • Nosta Group now in Romania
  • UK boosts railway in the North

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The Loadstar web site
DECEMBER 4, 2023
  • Carriers likely to follow MSC and hike ancillary charges on Indian exports
  • Niklas Wilmking tipped for DB Schenker new contract logistics chief
  • OOCL box ship in Red Sea hit by rocket fired from a drone
  • Job cuts rumoured to accelerate at Kuehne + Nagel
  • Car-carrier bonanza set to continue as China 'floods' the market
  • Bleak outlook for liner shipping - unless carriers take drastic action
  • Nicobar: India's long-shot transhipment bet
  • UK SME hauliers hit by rising costs going bankrupt every day
  • COP28: EU wants tax on aviation fuel; and is SAF really 'green'?
  • Fast-growing SeaLead launches services to target Red Sea cargo
  • COP28: Phasing out fossil fuels won't achieve 1.5�C target, says COP president
  • OceanX: Deep winter is here

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Marine Log web site
DECEMBER 4, 2023
  • MAIB reports on a somewhat Jägermeister-assisted grounding
    Over the years, there's been much discussion about ECDIS-assisted groundings. A recently released accident report from the U.K. Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) could just add the term "Jägermeister-assisted grounding" to maritime
  • Looking offshore, Fincantieri buys Remazel
    Looking to strengthen its position in the offshore and subsea sectors, Italian shipbuilding giant Fincantieri is to acquire Chiuduno, Italy, headquartered Remazel Engineering S.p.A. from Advanced Technology Industrial Group S.A. Remazel is

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Container News web site
DECEMBER 4, 2023
  • AD Ports Group and Kazakhstan Railways form new joint venture
    In the presence of Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, AD Ports Group has officially inked an agreement with Kazakhstan Temir Zholy JSC (Kazakhstan Railways), a national railway company. This deal establishes a joint venture aimed at bolstering rail connectivity, maritime shipping services, and the overall development of operations within Kazakhstan's ports. The co
  • GoodShipping launches 'Switch to Zero' campaign with Port of Rotterdam
    To expedite the shift to sustainable shipping without complex supply chain changes, GoodShipping, in collaboration with the Port of Rotterdam Authority, initiated the 'Switch to Zero' campaign. Companies could easily grasp the insetting concept, reduce CO2 emissions in their freight at an attractive price, and realize that change is feasible without supply chain adjustments. Robbert Wehrmeijer, M
  • Yara and North Sea Container Line introduce world's first clean ammonia-powered container vessel
    Yara Clean Ammonia, North Sea Container Line and Yara International are cooperating to realize the world's first container ship that will use clean ammonia as fuel. Named Yara Eyde, the vessel will be the first to sail emission-free sea route between Norway and Germany. "Yara Eyde will be the world's first container ship running on clean ammonia and is a cross-sector collaboration enabling large-
  • Carriers set for major blanking programme
    Hong Kong consultancy Linerlytica suggests that the carriers are struggling to achieve the General Rate Increases (GRIs) that they have supposedly imposed amongst the increase in capacity and persistent low demand, which will lead to greater capacity management according to one expert. Long term shipping commentator and industry insider John McCown in his latest report suggests that the impact on
  • AD Ports and Vietnam Maritime Administration ink cooperation agreement
    AD Ports Group and Vietnam Maritime Administration (VINAMARINE) have formally signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). This collaboration, endorsed by Vietnam's Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh and Minister of State for Foreign Trade Thani bin Ahmed Al Zeyoudi establishes a partnership spanning ports, logistics, digital solutions, economic cities, free zones, and maritime and shipping. The agree
  • Thordon Bearings and Wärtsilä team up to launch Blue Ocean Alliance
    Thordon Bearings and Wärtsilä have joined forces to launch the Blue Ocean Alliance, aiming to revolutionize ship design and environmental protection by developing a sterntube-less ship concept. "The Blue Ocean Alliance brings together a formidable partnership to develop and further promote the concept. The fact that several ship owners have already shown interest in this solution is extremely enc
  • Maersk settles Ever Given case out of court
    Maersk Line has reached an out-of-court settlement with the parties it sued for damages resulting from the grounding of Ever Given in the Suez Canal two years ago. The 20,124 TEU Ever Given, owned by Japanese tonnage provider Shoei Kisen Kaisha and on long-term charter to Taiwanese mainline operator Evergreen Marine Corporation, became grounded on 23 March 2021, soon after crossing the southern e
  • Chennai ports shut as Cyclone Michaung approaches Indian coast
    All ports in India's Chennai region have closed operations until further notice on Monday (4 December), as a precautionary measure to deal with the Cyclone 'Michaung' threat. The cyclone is expected to make landfall in the Chennai coastline tomorrow (Tuesday), according to weather updates. "The cyclone is likely to move north-northwestwards, intensify further into a severe cyclonic storm before M
  • Konecranes enhances Santos terminal handling capabilities
    Konecranes' material handling equipment and services support the growth of Eldorado Brasil Celulose Logistica in the port of Santos, Latin America's largest port. Konecranes delivered seven forklifts and two gantry cranes to Eldorado Brasil's new cellulose terminal in the Brazilian port in the third quarter of 2023. Eldorado Brasil's new terminal in Port of Santos is designed to process 3 million
  • Maersk to invest over US$500 million in Southeast Asia
    Maersk will invest more than US$500 million in expanding its supply chain infrastructure to support Southeast Asia's emergence as a global production hub and a consumption powerhouse. Maersk's planned three-year investment will target its Logistics & Services arm, but at the same time, a significant amount of investment will also be channeled into its Ocean and Terminals infrastructure. Maersk be
  • MPA Singapore, IACS sign deal to drive collaboration in digitalization and decarbonization projects
    The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) and the International Association of Classification Societies (IACS) have inked a Letter of Intent (LoI) during the 33rd session of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Assembly in London. "As we advance and accelerate the development of new technologies and solutions which benefit the global maritime community, it is important for harmo
  • Cepsa and C2X partner for Europe's largest green methanol plant project
    Cepsa, owned by Mubadala and Carlyle, and C2X, an independent company majority owned by A.P. Moller Holding with A.P. Moller - Maersk as minority owner, announced their collaborative venture to establish a green methanol plant in the port of Huelva, southern Spain. This innovative project involves creating green methanol using green hydrogen and carbon from non-fossil sources like atmospheric cap
  • OOCL introduces new Japan Philippines service
    Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) aims to expand its service network for Japan and the Philippines by introducing the new KTX4 Service, which is expected to launch on 8 January 2024 from Manila. The KTX4 Service will enhance the network coverage between Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, South China and the Philippines. KTX4 will directly connect multiple ports in Japan with the Philippines to cater t
  • Maersk tops schedule reliability rankings, MSC and CMA CGM follow
    In October, the global schedule reliability of ocean carriers remained steady at 64.4%, showing no month-on-month change, according to Sea-Intelligence report. Except for the May increase, reliability has maintained a consistent range within 2% points since March 2023. Meanwhile, schedule reliability has seen a significant uptick of 12.6% points year-on-year. Concurrently, the average delay for l

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Splash web site
DECEMBER 4, 2023
  • CBED expands fleet with Vroon SOV pair
    Danish offshore accommodation specialist CBED, part of Maonjasa Holding, has bolstered its fleet with the acquisition of two service operational vessels from Dutch shipowner Vroon. The 2017-built and UK-flagged SOVs Vos Start and Vos Stone have been picked up for an undisclosed sum and will be renamed Wind Evolution and Wind Creation, respectively. The ships ...
  • Awilco LNG refinances both ships in new leasback deal
    Norwegian gas carrier operator Awilco LNG has secured refinancing for the company's two LNG carriers WilForce and WilPride. The Jon Skule Storheill-led company has sealed a deal with an unnamed Asian financial leasor which will allow it to buy the 2013-built 156,000 cu m vessels out of their current deal with China's CCB Financial Leasing. ...
  • Gram Car Carriers buys back panamax as it fixes new finance
    Norway's Gram Car Carriers (GCC) has secured a $35m loan to buy back the 6,700 ceu panamax vessel Viking Bravery currently under sale and leaseback deal with CSSC Shipping. The Oslo and OTC-listed tonnage provider has taken out the loan priced at SOFR +1.65% from DekaBank Deutsche Girozentrale with a maturity that matches the duration ...
  • PXGEO awarded 4D survey by Petrobras
    Peter Zickerman's marine seismic player PXGEO has secured a new contract with Brazil's Petrobras for a 4D ocean bottom node (OBN) survey. The survey in the Santos Basin will be carried out in water depths up to 2,200 m and last for approximately seven months. PXGEO has executed several OBN projects for Petrobras, which presented ...
  • Red Sea security situation worsens
    Rockets and drones rained down on international merchant shipping in the Red Sea on Sunday with war risk surcharges now becoming more common and naval coalitions struggling to keep up with the volume of attacks in the Middle East. This de facto pulls China closer into the conflict In recent weeks, the Houthis from Yemen, ...
  • 95% of shipping's zero emission fuel projects still on the drawing board
    New research published today shows that more than 95% of supply side projects to produce zero emission fuels in maritime shipping are in the pre-final investment decision (FID) phase, meaning that the decision to invest capital and start construction has not been made. Maritime shipping requires an approximate 15% reduction in emissions by 2030 versus ...
  • Car carrier trades smash multiple records
    Record car trade volumes by sea are on track to stand 12% above pre-covid levels this year, and 19% above in car-miles, according to the latest projections from Clarksons Research, with car carriers being one of the best performing shipping sectors this year. Global deepsea seaborne car trades will grow by 17% to 23.7m cars, ...
  • Greener ship recycling options emerge
    Greener ship recycling options are emerging in South Asia. The European Union is close to adding more yards in Alang, India to its list of approved recycling facilities with discussions ongoing. Moreover, a newly-minted EU agreement on waste shipments is set to remove a legal roadblock to make it possible for a raft of non-OECD ...
  • Russia fails to win re-election to IMO Council
    Russia lost its re-election bid to the ruling council of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) on Friday. Other member states encouraged Liberia, the world's largest shipping flag, to launch a rival bid to win a seat in the top category A part of the council with Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky also exhorting members via video ...

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Lloyd's List web site
DECEMBER 4, 2023
  • Larger carbon capture role will cost $30trn more in energy transition, new paper says
    New paper argues there is no evidence to prove costs related to carbon capture and storage fell in the last...
  • Crew of Houthi-hijacked Galaxy Leader allowed 'modest contact' with families says vessel's registered owner
    Public relations company issues second statement on behalf of registered owner and shipmanger since car carrier was hijacked on November...
  • The week in charts: Greek shipowners in exodus from Russian oil trades | Panama Canal delays push up MR freight rates | Ammonia carrier orders grow
    Top 10 class societies revealed, Greek shipowners turning away from lucrative Russian market and more ships tracked sailing to Ukraine's...
  • Carriers box themselves in with lower charter ratios
    Container lines bought up swathes of tonnage during the boom years. Now the market has turned, lower charter capacity will...
  • Adnoc returns to Jiangnan Shipyard to order carbon capture storage system-fitted LNG carrier
    Adnoc has ordered six 175,000 cu m LNG carriers from the Shanghai-based shipyard in the past year
  • Shipping showcases its decarbonisation progress at COP28
    COP28 could be decisive for shipping's efforts to decarbonise. High-level pledges and agreements around CO2 pricing and a fair energy...
  • The week in newbuildings: Low crude oil tanker orderbook gets lift
    NYK is said to have ordered two very large crude carriers while Greek shipowner Atlas Maritime has declared options for...
  • Maersk to invest $500m in Asia logistics business
    Maersk already has a major presence in Asia following its acquisition of LF Logistics last year. Now it is seeking...
  • Seacon sets sights on climbing leading shipmanager ranks
    The ultimate goal is to evolve into a 'modern integrated marine services provider' combining shipping with commercial and investment activities
  • Top 10 maritime lawyers 2023
    The ubiquity of English law and London arbitration makes the UK a natural centre for barristers and solicitors specialising in...
  • Port of NY & NJ banks busiest month of 2023 so far
    The strong cargo volumes seen at the largest Atlantic gateway in October meant this was its busiest month of the...
  • Daily Briefing
    Greek shipowners in exodus from Russian oil trades in November | Russia ousted from IMO Council | Shipping chief executives call...
  • Houthis escalate Red Sea attacks on commercial shipping with strikes against three vessels
    The Houthis have escalated their Red Sea threat with four attacks on three commercial ships in a span of just...

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The Journal of Commerce web site
DECEMBER 4, 2023
  • Southern California agency to unilaterally develop emissions cut rules at rail yards
    The South Coast Air Quality Management District says it will create rules to reduce emissions at Southern California rail yards because Union Pacific insists on including public financing as a precondition for participating in the more collaborative MOU process.
  • Maersk to invest $500 million in Southeast Asia logistics even as integrator model struggles
    The spending program will target the company's logistics and services arm with a "substantial amount of investment" earmarked for its ocean and terminals infrastructure in the region.
  • Europe's ocean trades may see overlapping CO2 charges: DNV
    The IMO's global market-based emissions-cutting measure will be introduced in 2027 when it will clash with Europe's ETS and could force shippers to comply - and pay for - two CO2-reducing systems at the same time, classification societies believe.
  • Carriers weigh options after Red Sea route threatened by missile attacks
    Three commercial ships were hit by rockets fired from Yemen over the weekend in a deteriorating security situation that has seen at least two ocean carriers introduce war risk surcharges on routes to and from Israel.
  • Fast-approaching green goals pose uncomfortable question for shipping: analyst
    Given shipping's relatively poor track record on implementing anything not rigorously enforced, and a preference to delay action to the last possible minute, there seems to be a high risk that decarbonization milestones will not be met, writes analyst Lars Jensen.
  • Wakeo lands fresh investment in far less heated freight visibility market
    The company, which caters to shippers like Uniqlo and Michelin, will use the new round of funding to spur a global expansion of its multimodal freight visibility product.

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TradeWinds web site
DECEMBER 4, 2023
  • Okeanis asks SEC to step on the gas to allow shares to trade in New York on 11 December
    Oslo listing to become secondary as regulatory hurdles cleared
  • EU Commission and Nordics pour cold water on Med nations' pleas to defer ETS
    Transport commissioner Adina Valean, however, placates critics by hinting at extending the measure's reach outside the EU
  • 'Hazing' or sexual abuse? US Coast Guard court still grappling with case dating back nine years
    December's Safer Seas Act also raises questions about next steps for case over former Maersk captain
  • Editor's selection: Frontline's lenders cough up for VLCCs, Braemar's testing time over ... and loud snoring
    TradeWinds' global team of reporters bring you some of the biggest and best stories of the week
  • Vroon continues offshore sales by offloading wind farm ships to Monjasa's CBED
    Dutch owner exits service operation vessel sector in latest disposal
  • Shake-up of EU maritime safety and pollution laws clear first hurdles
    European governments give their blessing to a string of updates to maritime regulation
  • Galaxy Leader owner says nothing more can be achieved by holding crew hostage
    Seafarers being treated 'as well as can be expected' by Houthis in Yemen
  • Pertamina International Shipping ties up with Karpowership at COP28
    Partners plan to work together on power generation, FLNG, FSRUs, small-scale shipping and fuel supply
  • Panama Canal disruption could linger into 2025, warns Clarksons' Steve Gordon
    No significant easing of transit restrictions any time soon, with LPG ships bearing the brunt of disruption
  • Euronav lifts VLCC newbuilding tally in China after Frontline deal
    Owner has three large crude carriers on order at Qingdao Beihai
  • Gram buys car carrier out of lease with $35m DekaBank loan
    Norwegian owner lowers finance cost in deal to repurchase ship from CSSC Leasing
  • Abandoned tanker grounds after drifting from Philippines to Vietnam
    King Rich found off Quang Nam after crew evacuated a week ago due to water ingress
  • Methanol trumps LNG as newbuilding fuel of choice to date in 2023
    But at least one shipowner has switched away from it for one order
  • OOCL-chartered boxship safe after Red Sea drone strike, says UK owner
    No injuries or pollution, says boss
  • 'Disbelief' in bulker earnings surge holds back S&P market, for now
    Maran and Herun offload capesizes and Egypt's NNC is linked to the purchase of another modern kamsarmax
  • Houthis may be using old data as bombed boxship's past links to Zim emerge
    Israeli line operated OOCL's Number 9 until November 2021, sources say
  • UK completes 'groundbreaking review' of cadet training
    Proud MCA hopes IMO will adopt syllabus changes at international level
  • Awilco LNG wastes no time buying back $314m duo from Chinese lease
    Norwegian operator declaring purchase options for 2013-built ships at earliest opportunity
  • Investor Spetalen sells last PSVs for massive profit as offshore bet pays off
    Tycoon's Standard Supply offloads four mid-sized ships for $34m in total
  • Comment: Should shipping be front of the queue for green fuels?
    Indecision over fuel choices as other industries snap up new green production could hamper shipping's transition
  • Norwegian Hull Club calls time on the marine insurance 'super cycle'
    Time for disciplined underwriting, says chief executive Hans Christian Seim
  • US blames Iran for Houthi attacks and vows 'all appropriate responses'
    Military's Central Command says bulker was attacked twice
  • Australia Pacific LNG prepares to resume exports after gas ship moved
    Three cargoes are reported to have been delayed while vessel was stuck at terminal
  • US blames Iran for Houthi attacks and vows to mull 'all appropriate responses'
    American military's Central Command says Unity Explorer was attacked twice

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American Shipper web site
DECEMBER 4, 2023
  • DHL Express rotates Americas CEO to Europe
    DHL Express announced high-level personnel changes in its global organization.
  • 'Astronomical' gains for dry bulk shipping but rally looks fleeting
    Commodity shipping has a well-deserved reputation for extreme volatility. The rise and expected fall in dry bulk is a case in point.
  • UPS to quadruple size of Hong Kong airport express facility
    UPS will invest an undisclosed amount of money to build an ultra-modern air package hub at Hong Kong International Airport.
  • Maersk Air Cargo explores China-UK route
    Maersk, the giant ocean shipping carrier, is testing a U.K. airport as a possible import base for its cargo airline.
  • Amerijet feels financial pinch as cargo business deteriorates
    Cargo airline Amerijet is operating fewer aircraft to conserve money as shipping demand from major customers shrinks.

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In June, Zeno D' Agostino will leave the presidency of the Port System Authority of the East Adriatic Sea
In June, Zeno D' Agostino will leave the presidency of the Port System Authority of the East Adriatic Sea
The resignation is due to personal and family reasons
Last year the traffic in goods in the port of Ancona decreased by -10.3%
The Cruserists (+ 19.3%) are growing in the ports of the Central Adriatic. On a slight decline (-1.6%) the passengers of the ferries
Still a quarter of a downturn in financial performance for Kuehne + Nagel
Still a quarter of a downturn in financial performance for Kuehne + Nagel
Agreement to acquire the City Zone Group of Companies
Grimaldi boosts the capacity of the ro-pax service between the ports of Brindisi and Igoumenitsa
Entry of "Europlaink", ship which can carry 930 passengers and 3,900 linear metres of rolling stock
Funds for one billion from the EU for alternative fuel infrastructure projects
Resources for proposals related to air, sea, river and road transport
CMA CGM announces the restoration of transits of its ships in the South Red Sea
CMA CGM completes acquisition of Bolloré Logistics
Transaction of the value of 4.85 billion
Jumbo Shipping and SAL Heavy Lift extend their collaboration to American Intermarine
Houston / Swondering / Hamburg
The joint venture JSI Alliance will have a fleet of 50 vessels
The German frigate Hessen downed two drones in the Red Sea
The ship is employed as part of the Aspides mission
Drop in annual freight traffic in the ports of La Spezia and Carrara
The Spezia
Agreement to promote digital integration between the Port Community System of the two scans and technology systems of FS Logistics companies
Port of Ancona, awarded the integrated procurement for the electrification of quays
Executive design and work for 4.3 million euros
In 2023 the cruise group Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings posted record revenues.
In 2023 the cruise group Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings posted record revenues.
Over 2.7 million (+ 63.3%) passengers housed on board ships
In 2023 the traffic of goods in the port of Hamburg decreased by -4.7%
In 2023 the traffic of goods in the port of Hamburg decreased by -4.7%
In the only fourth quarter of the year, the decline was -1% percent.
Partners of OCEAN Alliance renew their agreement by extending it to March 31, 2032
Partners of OCEAN Alliance renew their agreement by extending it to March 31, 2032
Hong Kong / Marseille / Taipei
They operate a fleet of container carriers of the capacity of 8.4 million teu
The AdSP of the Adriatic Northern Centre will carry out the dam for regasification off Ravenna
It will be about 900 meters long
Ok of the Higher Council of Public Works to the Technical Adaptation of the PRP in Augusta
Di Sarcina : the operation will allow for a markedly better management of the port's operational areas.
The Venice AdSP confirms that the granting of VTP will expire on May 31, 2026
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
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
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
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
In the business segment, revenues amounted to 455.7 million euros (+ 8.9%)
Federagents, Spanish ports, as opposed to Italian ones, manage to benefit from the Red Sea crisis
Impletosi-complaint Santi-our connectivity and logistic performance indexes
Customs freight forwarders are questioning the risks and opportunities introduced by the EU Regulation on the import of goods produced with high greenhouse gas emissions
Acquisition of Yusen Logistics in logistics at the service of the UK e-commerce market
Buy the holding company Neol Topco
Provisional Agreement of the Parliament and of the EU Council to amend the directives on the requirements of the flag State and on the activities of PSC
ALIS initiates an agreement with Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena
Rome / Siena
The aim is to meet the financial and advisory needs of associated companies
Italian logistics group Codognotto opens a venue in Dubai
It will become the company's central hub for the Middle East
In the second half of 2023, the traffic of goods in Tuscan ports decreased by -1.2%
In Livorno the loads were down by -6.7% percent. Increases of 32.6% in Piombino and 4.5% at Elba Island
French Walden Group realizes two acquisitions in Italy
The pharmaceuticals logistics company has bought XCM Healthcare and UnitEX
Visual Sailing List
Departure ports
Arrival ports by:
- alphabetical order
- country
- geographical areas
In the second quarter of 2023, freight traffic in EU ports fell by -5.9%
In growth only the rotables. The landings decreased overall by -6.2% percent and embarks on -5.4% percent.
Signed the concession contract for the settlement of Baker Hughes in Corigliano Calabro
Joy Tauro
The American company is exhibits in Italy with eight sites specializing in the production of turbomacines for the industry and energy market.
In 2023 the net profit of MPC Container Ships dropped by -25.3%
In the fourth quarter, revenues fell by -5.7% percent.
Dubbed the fifth full container ship of the Messina Genovese fleet
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%
Stable volumes of goods transported by the fleet of container carriers
SILT (Finsea Group) has inaugurated operating venues to Go Ligure and Trieste
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
The title will not be able to exceed 40 years.
European Commission authorizes CMA CGM to acquire Bolloré Logistics
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
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
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%
In mild growth (+ 1.2%) the loads to and from Italy
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 26 and March 27 in Milan, the 8th edition of "Shipping, Forwarding & Logistics meet Industry" will be held in 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.
It is organized by the Port Authority of the Tyrrhenian Sea North
››› Meetings File
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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The interports, with the privatization of managers and areas, at the center of the House discussion
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.
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.
Intermodal traffic at the Interport in Bologna in 2023
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%
Overall, exports were down -28.3% percent, while imports grew by 11.7% percent.
Port of Gioia Tauro, altering controls to favour ' Ndrangheta in drug traffics
Reggio Calabria
GNV strengthens the functionalities of its own fleet assistance center
Implemented the Mass Notification Suite solution of Everbridge
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