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31 March 2023 - Year XXVII
Independent journal on economy and transport policy
15:25 GMT+2
February 6, 2023

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Exim India web site
FEBRUARY 6, 2023
  • Leading lights to grace CTL-BHP 2023
  • SCI attains new highs in operating revenue & EBITDA
  • Allcargo signs SPA for logistics parks deal, completes deleveraging plan
  • CMA CGM Group becomes official logistics partner for Paris 2024 Olympic & Paralympic Games
  • Post-CNY capacity still very high
  • APSEZ subsidiary incorporates new company in Singapore
  • Container data points to expectations of demand revival as China reopens & rates stabilise
  • ZIM upgrades Asia-US East Coast ZXB service
  • Cognisance of the contents of Switch Bill of Lading
  • India seen to be the world's third-largest economy by 2027-28
  • Revised fuel surcharge on pilotage at Gangavaram Port
  • Panama Canal draught announcement
  • Govt mulls raising sugar export quota
  • Baltic Exchange Market Report (3 February 2023)

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International Transport Journal web site
FEBRUARY 6, 2023
  • Forwarders and railways join forces
  • A new service up north
  • New location for port railway
  • ITA Airways takes a step towards Germany
  • Rough times for Post Nord
  • A crane with "shark skin"
  • 1,650 trailers added to fleet
  • Direct US link via Bilbao
  • Geodis Sweden promotes Jesper Axell
  • Pyka unveils the Pelican Cargo
  • Thomas Gries to take over 4Flow
  • A big building project in Basel
  • Norlink Ports and Strasbourg close ranks
  • More testing grounds for start-ups
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Regular rail service for Chinese e-cars launched
  • Westbound transatlantic air cargo in January
  • Changes at Midwest Association of Rail Shippers
  • Hardis Group's clients in Poland

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The Loadstar web site
FEBRUARY 3, 2023
  • Pressure on carriers drives cut-throat freight market for China's exports
  • Mærsk's 'Chinese walls' - a real life experience, with a twist
  • Box lines entering air cargo arena 'means they think it has bright future'
  • Overcapacity could spark new rates war among liners, warns Evergreen chief
  • Light at the end of the tunnel? Just a glimmer down the road for US trucking
  • Great expectations should see East Africa's air freight hubs flying
  • Hi-tech solutions at ports smooth the flow of Indian supply chains

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Marine Log web site
FEBRUARY 3, 2023
  • Titan Acquisition Holdings set for ownership change
    Three major ship repairers - Vigor, MHI, and Continental Maritime - are today come under new ownership. Collectively, the three make up Titan Acquisition Holdings and, today, funds managed by its owners,
  • Incat Crowther boutique cruise vessel joins Tasmanian operator's fleet
    Tasmanian luxury wilderness expedition cruise operator On Board has officially launched the latest addition to its fleet, the Odalisque III. Designed by Incat Crowther and built by Tasmanian shipbuilder Richardson Devine Marine,
  • What caused gas flame incident on maiden voyage of world's first LH2 carrier?
    The Australian Transport Safety Board has now issued a report on a January 25, 2022 incident in which a gas flame briefly propagating onto the deck of the world's first liquified hydrogen

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Container News web site
FEBRUARY 3, 2023
  • Virginia Inland Port gets all operational power needs from clean-energy resources
    Virginia Inland Port (VIP), an intermodal container transfer facility in Front Royal, Virginia (Warren County) owned by the Virginia Port Authority, is fulfilling all of its operational electricity needs from clean-energy resources, in line with the Port of Virginia's goal of lowering emissions and being carbon-neutral by 2040. The inland port is powered by Rappahannock Electric Cooperative, and
  • Kalmar, Holmen Iggesund extend cooperation agreement for three years
    A three-year collaboration deal that was first signed in 2019 between Holmen Iggesund, a member of the Holmen Group, and Kalmar has been extended. The extension will commence in the second quarter of 2023 and will last a further three years with an optional 12-month extension. "Both parties in this agreement are striving to reduce the use of fossil fuels as well as the CO2 footprint," stated Toma
  • CMA CGM becomes official partner of Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games
    The CMA CGM Group will make its expertise available to Paris 2024, by handling the transport and logistics for all the goods, equipment, and materials required for the event's success at the Olympic and Paralympic venues. The company will organise all the international transport and customs brokerage activities and provide and operate the requisite logistics facilities for Paris 2024 via its CEVA
  • MSC announces temporary suspension of Beira - Zimbabwe rail service
    MSC announced that the through Bill of Landing (TBL) rail service to/from Bulawayo, Harare and Mutare to/from Beira will be temporarily suspended with immediate effect. This decision has been taken due to the unreliability and irregularity of the rail service between Beira in Mozambique and Zimbabwe. MSC said that to enable customers to continue place bookings with limited disruption to cargo flo
  • Drydocks World, Aker Solutions join forces to upgrade production at UK's Rosebank oil and gas field
    A joint venture was established by DP World-owned Drydocks World and Aker Solutions to refurbish a floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel for the Rosebank oil and gas field in the United Kingdom. The vessel Petrojarl Knarr needed to be upgraded, refurbished, and electrified, therefore the joint venture signed its first contract with Altera Infrastructure, a leading global energy
  • CMA CGM announces intermodal solutions to Angola through Congo
    In addition to the current Cabinda Feeder service, departing from Pointe Noire, Congo, once every 11 days, CMA CGM has announced that it is now offering a new option for cargo headed for Cabinda, Angola via Pointe Noire with a one-day transit time. Effective in February, the French carrier provides land transportation solutions for cargo import from all over the world to Cabinda via the Pointe No
  • Port Houston reports record cargo volumes in 2022
    In 2022, the Port of Houston recorded the largest general cargo volume in its history, handling 55 million tons of cargo. Port Houston chairman, Ric Campo highlighted Project 11 for widening and deepening the Houston Ship Channel as an important milestone, saying that "dredging is 99% complete on Segment 1A of the Houston Ship Channel." Segment 1A consists of about 18,000 meters of waterway runni
  • FESCO dispatches batch of electric cars from China to Russia
    FESCO Transportation Group planned a dispatch of new electric cars from the Chinese city of Guangzhou to Moscow in Russia via border crossing Khorgos/Altynkol (China/Kazakhstan). The electric cars were carried in two container trains. The first train loaded inter alia with 25 FEUs with electric cars arrived at station Beliy Rast on 25 January. Another 25 FEU containers were dispatched from China
  • Vietnam wants to double inland container handling
    Vietnam's government is considering investing up to US$800 million to add more inland container depots (ICDs) in the country by 2030. According to the 2021-2030 ICD Development Plan that the Ministry of Transport submitted to Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh, ICD development will be focused on major ports such as Hai Phong in the country's north and Cai Mep-Thi Vai in the south. Vietnam Maritime Ad
  • DSV boosts revenues and profits in 2022
    Global freight forwarder DSV announced increased total revenues, profits and earnings for 2022, compared with the previous year's results. In particular, the company's revenue rose over 20% to US$35 billion, gross profit increased by 33% to US$7.6 billion and earnings before interests and taxes (EBIT) before exceptional items almost doubled to US$4 billion, while DSV's adjusted free cash flow has
  • Shanghai Composite Index hit three year low as spot rates register minor fall
    The Shanghai Containerized Freight Index (SCFI) succumbed to a three year low, depreciating 2.3% this week to end at US$1,006, just a tad above the three digits quote. Its counterpart on the Shanghai Shipping Exchange (SSE), the China Containerized Freight Index (CCFI) witnessed a stronger

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Splash web site
FEBRUARY 3, 2023
  • Veritas completes Wood Mackenzie $3.1bn takeover
    New York-based private equity firm Veritas Capital has closed the $3.1bn acquisition of energy consultancy Wood Mackenzie from Verisk. The acquired company will be led by Mark Brinin, who has been promoted from co-president to chief executive officer. Joe Levesque has been appointed as president and chief operating officer. "To be returning to our roots ...
  • Clarksons taps Lints to lead US offshore wind growth
    Clarksons' offshore and renewables unit has appointed Jonathan Lints to head up its US offshore operations as the shipbroking giant looks to strengthen its presence in the country's wind market. Working on European offshore wind farm projects for more than 15 years, Lints will focus on attracting more investments in the development of offshore wind ...
  • De Stoop compares Frontline battle to divorce proceedings
    At yesterday's Q4 conference call with analysts, Hugo de Stoop, the under pressure CEO of Euronav, compared the ongoing arbitration over an aborted merger with John Fredriksen's Frontline as being like a judge deciding on who gets the house following a divorce. A ruling is due on February 7 on the emergency arbitration filing concerning ...
  • Ziton scores vessel framework deal with RWE
    Danish offshore wind specialist Ziton has struck a four-year operations and maintenance jackup vessel framework agreement with German utility RWE. Under the deal, Ziton will provide RWE's offshore wind business with vessel, lifting and auxiliary services for a minimum of 180 days of support every year. The collaboration will cover all of RWE's operational offshore ...
  • DOF awarded new contract with Equinor
    Norway's DOF has won an engineering, preparation, removal, and disposal (EPRD) contract from compatriot energy giant Equinor Energy. The contract covers the Heimdal field decommissioning works off Norway and includes the recovery and disposal of around 2,000 tonnes of subsea equipment. Three DOF vessels will be deployed on two main campaigns between 2024 and 2028. ...
  • Gas cylinder explosion injures eight in Vietnam
    A gas cylinder exploded in a cargo bay of a bulk carrier being repaired in northern Vietnam yesterday, an accident which saw eight men rushed to hospital. The 68,000 dwt was being repaired at Nosco Shipyard when the accident occurred yesterday morning. The ship belongs to Hanoi-based Phuong Dong Shipping and Trading JS Company. The ...
  • Grain exports out of Ukraine set to accelerate this month
    After grain shipments out of Ukraine's three export ports on the Black Sea slumped to a four-month low in January, the signs are that volumes are set to bounce back while the United Nations is busy negotiating an extension of the Black Sea Grain Initiative, which is due for renewal in the middle of March. ...
  • Robert Perri takes the helm at OceanPal
    Greek dry bulk player OceanPal has appointed Robert Perri as its new CEO. Perri replaces Eleftherios Papatrifon who had headed the NASDAQ-listed company for the past 15 months. Perri, an American citizen, is well known in Greek shipping circles. Starting out as an accountant with Merrill Lynch, Perri's career has since seen him take on ...
  • PIL creates partnership with Philippine carrier
    The Philippines has a liner entrant offering regular international services with news that Manila-headquartered IRIS Lines has teamed with Singapore's Pacific International Lines (PIL) to offer a new joint intra-Asia service. IRIS and PIL's new weekly, fixed day joint service is served by two 1,100 teu vessels, both lines deploying one vessel each. Port rotation ...
  • Port of Hueneme expansion moves a step closer
    The Port of Hueneme, located north of the Los Angeles and Long Beach ports along the California coast, has issued a 10-year plan and is seeking public input until April, when the port intends to adopt the plan. The plan proposes the development of 250 acres of nearby farmland for cargo processing; construction on port ...
  • Major offshore wind developers partner with the Carbon Trust to decarbonise and scale up sustainably
    Eleven offshore wind developers - bp, EnBW, Fred Olsen Seawind, Ørsted, Parkwind, RWE, Scottish Power Renewables, Shell, SSE Renewables, Total Energies and Vattenfall - are partnering with the Carbon Trust to make future offshore wind more sustainable. Collectively, these companies represent around a quarter of global installed wind energy capacity. They will work in collaboration ...
  • Sharpening Poseidon's razor
    Newly released data clearly shows the better the welfare onboard, the better the condition of the ship. Steven Jones, the founder of the Seafarers Happiness Index, explains. In our busy data-driven world we are constantly seeing facts emerge out of the fog of digitalisation. All kinds of weird and wonderful trends and correlations which were ...

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Lloyd's List web site
FEBRUARY 3, 2023
  • The Lloyd's List Podcast: How to retrofit a more efficient shipping industry
    Given the availability and relative affordability of proven technology capable of making the existing fleet more efficient, why are shipowners...
  • EU sanctions have yet to sever Russia's sinews of war
    It will be some time yet before we can know the consequences for certain. Whatever they are, there is little...
  • ESG initiatives to get their moment in the Greek sun
    Shipping is behind other industries in adopting ESG principles and now needs to run to catch up, say organisers
  • Capital Product earnings get boost from LNG carrier additions
    Greece-based containership and gas carrier owner has $1.9bn backlog of contracted revenue, of which 64% is tied to its seven...
  • K Line profits boosted by box boom
    K Line's dry bulk segment was supported by increasing demand for Chinese grain imports in the last nine months of...
  • NYK's profits climb one third on ONE's performance
    In the automotive transportation segment, the impact of the global semiconductor shortage and the coronavirus on automobile production volumes is...
  • Piracy is evolving, not disappearing
    Circumstances on land influence piracy activities. Any domestic changes could reignite, reduce, or even alter the nature of attacks
  • Don't count on the China recovery to lift bulker rates just yet
    Optimists are pinning monumental hopes on China's recovery, but the extent of demand increase is not yet clear. Recent property...
  • Edda Wind and Hydrogenious secure EU funding for hydrogen propulsion
    Brussels' funding aims at promoting 'safe handling and storage' of green hydrogen
  • SGX to launch container FFAs
    Greater volatility amid uncertainty related to geopolitics, and the pandemic effects disrupting supply chains, is bound to drive interest in...
  • Maersk faces 'crunch year' for integrator strategy
    In 2016, Maersk bet the farm on a new model of container shipping that focused on integrating logistics into its...
  • DP World wins bid to develop container terminal in India's Deendayal port
    The approximately 155-acres terminal will have a capacity of 2.19m teu and will increase DP World's capacity in India to...
  • Adani Ports shares and bonds under pressure following short seller's report
    Adani Ports-led consortium officially took over Haifa port in Israel earlier this week
  • Advisers and partners needed for reluctant converts
    Regulatory pressure has compelled maritime companies to be more data-driven in their culture and organisation; however, there is a bewildering...
  • Cyber risk casts shadow over digital transformation
    The push for digitalisation and interconnectivity is making shipping an increasing target for cyber attacks
  • Data analysis in shipping: There is no shortcut
    Data-driven decision-making is a priority for most businesses, though the digitalisation process feels out of reach for many; it is...
  • Daily Briefing
    How tankers sold in the red-hot tanker sale and purchase market are supercharging 'dark fleet' oil trades | Divorce will...

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The Journal of Commerce web site
FEBRUARY 3, 2023
  • US retailers' global sourcing strategy will take time to develop: analysts
    As the size of China's workforce declines and production challenges increase, US retailers are shifting to global sourcing strategies, with each sector looking for the business model that meets its particular requirements.
  • US transport providers lose fewer jobs than expected in January
    Courier, trucking, and warehousing firms lost workers last month, but the seasonal surge and purge was more muted than expected, reflecting broader labor market resilience.
  • End of 2M Alliance will set dominoes in motion across ocean shipping: analyst
    The announced dissolution of the 2M Alliance raises the question of what additional large-scale dominoes might be toppling over in the next few years in the container shipping sector, writes analyst Lars Jensen.
  • US 'freight recession' putting motor carrier financing tools to the test
    Smaller US truckload carriers and the companies that provide them with access to working capital are under increasing pressure as cargo demand slows.
  • New IMO rules force global reefer fleet to confront uncertain future
    The specialized reefer fleet has proven to be remarkably resilient in the face of various challenges, but now it must deal with the latest threat in the form of new IMO environmental regulations.

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TradeWinds web site
FEBRUARY 3, 2023
  • BlackRock beefs up stake in 2022's top-gaining shipping stock
    Position puts world's largest asset manager among the top rung of shareholders in Irish product tanker owner
  • Green Seas podcast: Stars align for ammonia fuelling by 2026, but that's just the beginning
    Ammonia is a compelling option as a fuel to tackle shipping's greenhouse gas emissions, but efforts to ensure it works for shipping and that carbon-free volumes can be secured will continue after the first vessels hit the water
  • Activity enough to see some product tanker routes make tepid gains
    Tonnage lists remain lengthy in many areas as earnings remain soft across the market
  • Scorpio Group's tanker Bald Man facing a hairy stretch trapped in Ukraine
    Sale and purchase deals lined up for ships trapped in the Ukraine after insurers payout on war risk claims
  • Norwegian Cruise Line pockets $593m from upsized bond offering
    Cruise giant's offering was originally set at $500m in bid to refinance existing debt
  • Baltic Dry Index falls to lowest level in more than 2.5 years
    Decline is 'not surprising', says Breakwave Advisors' John Kartsonas
  • Limited impact of Indian 'ban' on old vessel port calls
    VesselsValue says only 11 tankers would have been stopped from visiting ports under the plan reported by Indian media
  • Panamax bulkers fall to 32-month low as transatlantic routes offer 'little support'
    Transpacific routes also see lower rates as China's anticipated post-holiday rally has not come to pass, analysts say
  • Scorpio Group's 'Bald Man' facing a hairy stretch trapped in Ukraine
    Sale and purchase deals lined up for ships trapped in the Ukraine after insurers payout on war risk claims
  • Concordia sees 'bump in the road' as clean tanker term rates fall
    One-year deals follow spot market down as milder winter and more short-haul trips hit earnings
  • LR2 owners in stand-off before Russia reshuffle
    Long-range tankers are tipped to be the winners from EU trade embargo starting on Sunday
  • Editor's selection: The Euronav standoff, massive war risk payouts loom and Cargill's biofuels boost
    TradeWinds brings you some of the biggest and best stories of the week
  • Cargill rolls with the punches in moving Ukraine grain exports
    After reinsurance pulled the rug on of some coverage, Cargill Ocean Transportation president said company continues to move cargoes
  • MR rates jump 25% in two days on Pacific strength, Clarksons says
    Surge driven by demand from Australia, but Atlantic basin remains muted
  • Costamare and Oldendorff meet again in Panama Canal scrape
    Costamare ship lost control during an engine room fire, but German owner reports no major damage
  • Marinakis' Capital Product Partners buoyed by LNG pivot as container ship market suffers
    Profit rises thanks to expanding presence in large gas carriers
  • Political and fuel choice uncertainty holding back 'no-brainer' scrubber orders
    Wartsila's Tamara de Gruyter explains why there has yet to be a rush to retrofit
  • Euronav still keen on consolidation through mergers or pool growth
    Hugo De Stoop believes bigger is still better despite Frontline knock-back
  • Container shipping slump forces profit downgrade at K Line
    Company is still in line for record profits in current financial year
  • Great Eastern logs record profit as tanker rates rise 400%
    Indian owner pays out biggest dividend in strong markets
  • Bye, bye Birdie: Eastmed joins VLCC sellers' club with $52.5m deal
    Middle Eastern interests pick up one of Thanassis Martinos' oldest tankers
  • Succession: Carsten Rehder passes the baton to next generation
    Long-time Carsten Rehder boss to step back as historic German outfit eyes fresh opportunities
  • Wilson lines up delisting vote as contracts agreed at higher levels
    Mini-bulker giant is expecting bigger earnings this year as it goes private
  • Marine hull insurance 'off the naughty step' at Lloyd's, says broker Miller
    Profitability has returned to the sector, which is starting to see capacity growth
  • Stephenson Harwood partner Virtus Law boosts Singapore shipping team
    Kaili Ang and Christine Ong promoted to partners in maritime and dispute resolution practice
  • Panama Canal congestion a new way of life for shipping, Dorian LPG says
    Delays at the canal will help the market deal with the 46 VLGC newbuildings set for delivery sometime this year
  • Chemical tanker term rates double as charterers shy away from huge COA hikes
    Shipowners in the driving seat as increased European imports reduce vessel supply
  • Russia no plans for 'sharp' refinery cuts with new price cap
    Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy calls for further sanctions on Russia
  • Eight shipyard workers injured in blast on Vietnamese bulk carrier
    Explosion on the Oriental Glory happened at Nosco Shipyard in Hai Phong
  • Liner failure: How Allseas venture fell back to earth
    Container ships would boom into 2023, believed Allseas. Then came bottlenecks, breakdowns, typhoons, surging bunkers prices, a currency collapse and a fraudster in head office
  • Tankers and toll hike boost Suez Canal income to monthly record
    Oil carriers crossed the waterway in unprecedented numbers in January
  • Former Economou and Costamare man Robert Perri takes over at OceanPal
    Nasdaq-listed owner says experienced finance man is replacing Eleftherios Papatrifon
  • Conor Warde joins law firm CMS as a partner in Hong Kong
    Firm says Hong Kong continues to be an important financial centre
  • Special report: High stakes for marine insurance mutuals
    In our latest Business Focus, TradeWinds reporter Adam Corbett looks at how the repercussions of the Ukraine crisis are still being felt as protection and indemnity renewals approach, the Swedish Club's next frontier, and a new era for North and Standard. Read all the stories below
  • P&I clubs move in on fast-expanding offshore wind
    Mutual and fixed premium products are increasingly available for the emerging wind sector
  • Generational change in the C-suite as P&I chief execs pass the baton
    Some progress on diversity but management appointments generally follow an all too familiar pattern
  • Meet the former Gard man keeping watch over the Swedish Club
    Thomas Nordberg has been sounding out members as he draws up plans for the future
  • All systems are go for historic NorthStandard launch
    Merging P&I giants will be run from two major maritime cities
  • Fallout from Ukraine conflict set to drive hardball P&I renewal
    Mutual insurers need to get rates up again as they manage a sanctions nightmare and market volatility
  • New Shipowners' CEO Simon Peacock says merger figures do not stack up
    Accountant believes the club is well placed to go it alone - for now
  • NYK Line profit set to slump 75% in fourth quarter on weaker boxship trades
    Japanese giant looking at blank sailings and cost-cutting measures to offset weaker market conditions
  • Carnival Corp stages Asian return with deployment of one Costa ship
    Cruise giant still giving China a wide berth as Costa Serena heads for South Korea and Taiwan
  • Improving markets push Keppel's offshore arm back into profit
    Singapore company slowly but surely moving towards exit from sector as more approvals received
  • Why bulkers are banking on Beijing to unleash the dragon
    China's economic recovery has yet to be realised, but for many dry bulk pundits it is a matter of when not if

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American Shipper web site
FEBRUARY 5, 2023
  • Lag effect: Why liner profits stay high much longer than spot rates
    The reversion in spot rates is pulling down contract rates, with a significantly delayed effect on ocean carrier earnings.

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Assiterminal wonders : is there anyone who is ruling the distribution of the cold ironing plants in Italian ports?
Ferrari : from the draft of the competition bill and from the analysis documents that turn around some perplexities
Attic records semi-annual and annual record revenue
Attic records semi-annual and annual record revenue
Decided resumption of passenger traffic
COSCO Shipping Holdings closes 2022 with record financial performance deteriorating in the last quarter
COSCO Shipping Holdings closes 2022 with record financial performance deteriorating in the last quarter
After 12 years of growth, containerized cargoes carried by the Chinese group's fleet of ships have decreased by -9.3%
Messina (Assshipowners) : the solution for the cold ironing must be the opening to the market
Calling for a "clear separation between those who will have to carry out the infrastructure, who will have to power it and who will have to keep it by offering the services to the ship"
Metrans (HHLA) acquires control of Croatian Adria Rail and builds a second intermodal terminal in Hungary
Metrans (HHLA) acquires control of Croatian Adria Rail and builds a second intermodal terminal in Hungary
Also obtained are the inland Serb terminal in Indija, near Belgrade.
Sapir, in collaboration with ARS Altmann, aims to develop the automotive segment in the port of Ravenna
The first train with vehicles destined for South Korea has already arrived.
Maersk continues in its own vertical integration strategy by buying South African Vector Logistics
Maersk continues in its own vertical integration strategy by buying South African Vector Logistics
Copenhagen / Durban
The company has more than 5,600 employees
Naviris ' joint venture, the joint venture Fincantieri-Naval Group, will be renewed.
Genoa / Paris / Rome
Pierroberto Folgiero has been appointed president, Damien Raby CEO
TX Logistik, weekly triangular intermodal service between Romania, Austria, Italy and Germany
Troisdorf / Vienna
Rail Cargo Group transforms the triangular link between Austria and the port of Trieste in two direct trains
All 16 Italian port authorities with Assoports at Seatrade Cruise Global
Fort Lauderdale
In Italy, cruising traffic shows a steady recovery
In 2022 the turnover of the CIMC resulting from the sale of the containers fell by -30.7%
In the second half of the year alone, the decline was -40.4% percent.
Launched the tender for the infrastructure of the bulk terminal in the Cagliari Port
Amount at auction of more than 19.5 million euros
ESPO urges EU and European governments to lay out funding schemes for the installation of OPS in ports
Satisfaction with the preliminary settlement agreement on the infrastructure for alternative fuels
UIRR recalls that it is possible to develop European intermodal transport and the necessary measures have already been suggested
The association agreed with the dismal analysis of the European Court of Auditors ' sector.
Agreed on how to install electric charging stations for cars and trucks on the roads of the EU
Preliminary agreement between Parliament and Council also for hydrogen filling stations
Nearly 2,000 workers in the Italian shipbuilding industry paid with irregular pay
Nearly 2,000 workers in the Italian shipbuilding industry paid with irregular pay
This is an income stream of six million euros, not subject to taxation or contribution.
The WSC against the bill that in the USA would repeal antitrust exemptions to foreign shipping companies
Foreign maritime monopolies-indicted by Costa Costa-have manipulated the maritime transport sector. Butler : misunderstanding how VSA helps supply chain to work better
BRT and the Italian subsidiary of the Geodis have been placed in judicial administration
A systematic exploitation of several thousand workers would emerge from the investigation.
Carnival realizes the best wave season ever
Carnival realizes the best wave season ever
New record bookings of cruises in both the North American and European markets
A new historical record of cruising traffic in Italian ports was expected in 2023.
Fort Lauderdale
A new historical record of cruising traffic in Italian ports was expected in 2023.
According to Cemar, passengers will be 12.8 million, with a 37.6% on 2022 and a 9.2% on the 2019
APM Terminals cooperates with Hateco in the realization of the new container terminal in Haiphong
APM Terminals cooperates with Hateco in the realization of the new container terminal in Haiphong
Two million euros for tax evasion in the logistics and home delivery sector
Reported 20 entrepreneurs
Austria's Gebrüder Weiss has inaugurated a new logistics terminal in Tyrol
Reutte / Lauterach
It is located in Reutte, near the border between Austria and Germany
Maersk-SIPG agreement for bunkering of green methanol in the port of Shanghai
Expected supply from ship to ship of the new container ships ordered by the Danish company
ESPO, ships should use cold ironing systems in ports, if available, already before 2030
Ryckbost : It is hoped that the requirements for ships related to when to use electricity at berth clarify the matter
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
To French CMA CGM the procurement of postal services in Lebanon
To French CMA CGM the procurement of postal services in Lebanon
The offer was presented yesterday
After entry into the MSC group, Bolloré Africa Logistics changes name
She was born Africa Global Logistics
AdSP of the West Ligurian Sea, via free to POT and PIAO
Updated the fees for the supply of port work in the port of Genoa
The "Oscar of the Ports 2023" award has been given to Roberta Macii
Recognition to the 23-year career of the AdSP executive of the Northern Tirreno Northern
Published the call for tenders for the retraining of the north area of the port of Termini Imerese
The work, worth 5.2 million euros, will start in June and will last for eight months.
Tomorrow Costa Cruere will celebrate its 75-year anniversary
Tomorrow Costa Cruere will celebrate its 75-year anniversary
On March 31, 1948 parts from Genoa the "Anna C", the first passenger ship of the company
COSCO Shipping Ports's revenues mark new annual and quarterly records
COSCO Shipping Ports's revenues mark new annual and quarterly records
Hong Kong
Last year the business volume of the Chinese company grew by 19.3%
Last year in Greece, 593 ships were subjected to repair work (-0.7%)
Gross tonnage tonnage has increased by 7.3%
Greek Attica bought the ro-ro ship Clementines
Built in 1997, it cost 13.4 million euros
RINA classifies the autonomous ride-hailing workboat of the RC Dock
RINA classifies the autonomous ride-hailing workboat of the RC Dock
Delivered the class certificate to the first boat of a fleet that will be able to operate up to 200 miles from the coast
Charity night on board the Fantastic of GNV in support of the Stella Maris
It was organized by the National Welfare Committee of the Gente di Mare
Poseidon Acquisition signs the final deal to buy the Atlas Corp.
Transaction of the value of approximately 10.9 billion
Guidelines for the safe transport of lithium-ion batteries in containers
Guidelines for the safe transport of lithium-ion batteries in containers
They have been published by CINS, International Group of P&I Clubs, ICHCA and TT Club
Strong criticism of the Court of European Accounts to EU policies for the development of intermodal transport
Values-objective to increase the share of sustainable modes of transport these are termed unrealistic
Thursday in Livorno a workshop on autonomous navigation
Event organized as part of the 5G Maritime Autonomous Surface Ship project
In 2022, China's Sinotrans reported record profits despite a -12.5% percent decline in revenue.
In 2022, China's Sinotrans reported record profits despite a -12.5% percent decline in revenue.
The reduction of business volume has been generated in the segments of maritime shipments and e-commerce
In 2022, short sea shipping in Spain experienced a slight decline of -0.4% percent.
In 2022, short sea shipping in Spain experienced a slight decline of -0.4% percent.
The only international shipping of ro-ro cargoes marked an increase of 8.0% percent (for the first time since the 2016 percent drop in traffic with Italy)
Pimlico Shipping (Brothers Cosulich) buys a revamped
The ship, of 7,967 tpl, will be rented to bare boat from the Argo Shipping
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Departure ports
Arrival ports by:
- alphabetical order
- country
- geographical areas
Giorgio Bucchioni has passed away, a reference point of breaking and national portions.
Giorgio Bucchioni has passed away, a reference point of breaking and national portions.
The Spezia
Among the institutional assignments, he was Chairman of the Port Authority of Spezia and Confindustria La Spezia
Liberty Lines orders three more monocarena naval vehicles at Spanish shipyard Armon
Liberty Lines orders three more monocarena naval vehicles at Spanish shipyard Armon
They will add to the nine already commissioned
Ceremony of laying of the keel of the Silver Ray by Silversea Cruises
The luxury cruise ship is under construction at Meyer Werft
Launched in China the first of two LNG Small Scale & Bunker ships for Fratelli Cosulich
Will be taken in delivery in September
The CDA of Interporto Padova unanimously approved the draft budget 2022
Profit after taxes in line with that of the previous financial year
In Genoa, a centre for the development of new technologies for decarbonisation of shipping has been inaugurated.
CapLab will be managed by Ecospray Technologies and the DICCA of the University of Genoa
Collaboration Agreement between the AdSP of the South Tyrreno and Ionian Seas and the University of Calabria
The agreement covers several areas of activity and expertise
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
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
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Shipping AgentsTruckers
Thursday in Livorno a workshop on autonomous navigation
Event organized as part of the 5G Maritime Autonomous Surface Ship project
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
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Port concession saved Nigeria's economy N3.9tr - Haastrup
Can the return of international cruises bolster Japan's beleaguered tourism industry?
(The Japan Times)
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FORUM of Shipping
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Relazione del presidente Daniele Rossi
Napoli, 30 settembre 2020
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