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31 March 2023 - Year XXVII
Independent journal on economy and transport policy
15:52 GMT+2
February 8, 2023

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Exim India web site
FEBRUARY 8, 2023
  • Megaload formed as a joint venture between Express Global Logistics (EXG) & Fagioli
  • CTL-BHP 2023 to be inaugurated today; comprehensive event set to see wide-ranging participation
  • Overall global air cargo demand down
  • RBI framework for invoicing & payments for international trade in Indian Rupee
  • Vopak & Port of Antwerp-Bruges to sustainably redevelop former Gunvor site
  • Maritime India Vision 2030 estimates investments of INR1,00,000-1,25,000 crore for capacity augmentation & development of world class infrastructure at Indian ports
  • Prime Minister lays foundation stone for South India's 1st industrial corridor project at Tumakuru
  • DRI seizes areca nuts smuggled through VOC & Chennai ports
  • India seeks to cut imports by boosting ELS cotton production
  • Jetty to be vacated for maintenance
  • Import duty exemption for vehicles brought in for testing
  • Indian steel sector seen benefiting from Chinese economy reopening
  • Elevated road from Chennai Port to Maduravoyal recommended for CRZ clearance

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International Transport Journal web site
FEBRUARY 8, 2023
  • Railway delivers 18 m long and 5 t heavy pipes
  • 14th Emerging Markets Index: stability and upheaval
  • All-time high for truck deliveries
  • Spanish ports back on track
  • Peter Gerber leaves Lufthansa for Condor
  • Cargologic revolutionises operations with Champ
  • 155,000 km rail tracks in operation
  • Triple investment in Northern Germany
  • CMA CGM upgrades East Med service
  • Menzies Aviation expands footprint to Jamaica
  • Promotions at MOL
  • Strengthening inland navigation
  • Semi-trailer to improve food shipments
  • GCL loves cars
  • A good cargo year for Iberia Airport Services
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Tobias Brandt to lead Nosta Sea & Air in Germany
  • Busy - busier - Miami

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The Loadstar web site
FEBRUARY 7, 2023
  • Earthquake death toll rises in Turkey and Syria, with supply line chaos
  • Rumoured Ceva M&A - 'It could well be Geodis'
  • Ocean carriers 'boxed in' by 5m teu surplus equipment mountain
  • FMC seeks answers from MSC on congestion charges
  • Bolloré Logistics or Geodis? Merger already a 'done deal' for Ceva?
  • Carriers gripe, but Mexico moves ahead with freighter ban at MEX
  • Weakened ATSG an omen for Atlas Air $5.2bn deal? Or what?
  • US truckers celebrate court victory, after being 'held hostage' by carriers
  • Sustainable aviation fuel - 'everyone wants it, few want to pay for it'
  • TFI International boss plays hide-and-seek with investors

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Marine Log web site
FEBRUARY 7, 2023
  • USCG: Don't load EVs with damaged Li-ion batteries
    As EVs (electric vehicle) use grows, so do the risks of battery fires and the Coast Guard has issued a new Marine Safety Alert warning of the extreme risk of loading EVs
  • Berge Bulk in industry-first shaft generator retrofit
    Wärtsilä has successfully retrofitted an inline shaft generator system on the Berge Toubkal, a 2017-built, 210,000 dwt cape-size bulk carrier owned by Singapore-based Berge Bulk. This is the marine industry's first-ever shaft

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Container News web site
FEBRUARY 7, 2023
  • India signals change through vessel age limits
    India is taking further steps to lower the footprint that their shipping trade leaves. It is understood that a number of measures will be introduced, including the ban of tankers and bulkers older than 25 years, and gas and container vessels older than 30 years, from making port calls in India. Furthermore, secondhand vessels purchased that are older than 20 years will be refused Indian flag regi
  • Port Houston makes progress with ship channel expansion project
    Port Houston has proceeded with the Houston Ship Channel expansion project, often known as Project 11, with the dredging of the first section, known as Segment 1A, running from Bolivar Roads to Redfish, having been completed. The Port of Houston Authority confirmed that the work was completed on time and under the proposed budget, while Project 11 is scheduled to be completed by 2025. By eliminat
  • GTT receives US$5 million in funding to develop on-board CO2 capture system
    GTT, a global stakeholder in the shipping of liquefied natural gas (LNG), has secured almost US$5 million in funding from Bpifrance as part of the MerVent 2025 project, winner of the "CORIMER 2022" request for expressions of interest, for the design of an on-board CO 2 capture system and the development of intelligent operational performance solutions. The MerVent 2025 project aims to design, bui
  • Vopak and Port of Antwerp-Bruges to sustainably redevelop former Gunvor site
    Vopak, a dutch tank storage company, is acquiring the shares of Gunvor Petroleum Antwerp from commodity trader Gunvor Group Ltd. In that way, Vopak gives access to the Gunvor concession in the Antwerp port area in Belgium and it is also committed to sustainably redeveloping the site. In fact, together with the Port of Antwerp-Bruges, the company will focus on joint development/implementation to s
  • HPC prepares study for hydrogen bunker station in Helgoland
    The municipality of Helgoland in Germany has commissioned Hamburg Port Consulting (HPC) to carry out a concept study for the construction of a hydrogen bunker station on Deep Sea Island Helgoland. More specifically, the study will require HPC to investigate the commercial and infrastructural suitability of the island as a potential location for H2 fuel supply for shipping traffic on the North Sea
  • European Gateaway Services increases frequency of intra-Europe rail service
    European Gateway Services (EGS) is increasing the frequency of the rail connection between Rotterdam in the Netherlands and Nuremberg in Germany. More specifically, from Friday 17 February, a train will depart from Rotterdam to Nuremberg and vice versa, four times a week. Thus, all container terminals on the Maasvlakte will be directly connected to the TriCon Container-Terminal Nürnberg several t
  • Investing in property in Dubai: value and liquidity of objects
    Acquisition of real estate abroad as one of the investment options is quite popular among residents of the CIS countries. Understanding the details of the property for sale by the sea in Dubai. Who and why purchases property in Dubai? Today Dubai is one of the most attractive locations for buying apartments, apartments, and villas among Russians. And the current situation on the world stage only
  • Major container lines boost schedule reliability, MSC and Maersk top rankings
    Maritime data analysis company Sea-Intelligence said in its last report that the schedule reliability figures increased during the second quarter of 2022. Source: Sea-Intelligence.com, GLP Report, issue 137 "The rapid increase in schedule reliability that we have been seeing in the second half of the year has abated somewhat, with the month-to-month increase in December of a marginal 0.1% points
  • DP World enhances Antwerp Gateway with new container equipment
    The Finnish port equipment manufacturer Kalmar has received a large order for nine Kalmar hybrid straddle carriers from its long-term client DP World. The new machines will be installed at the Antwerp Gateway terminal of DP World in Belgium with delivery being expected in the fourth quarter of 2023. "We are proud to introduce our first hybrid straddle carrier with a continuous lifting capacity of
  • CVC buys majority stake in Danish logistics firm
    CVC Capital Partners Fund VIII has agreed to buy a majority stake in Scan Global Logistics (SGL), a fast-growing global transport and logistics business based in Denmark. CVC will acquire the company's controlling stake from an investment group managed by AEA Investors Small Business Private Equity (AEA). With over US$3 billion in revenue, SGL provides a full range of end-to-end services from ove
  • Maersk joins demolition trend
    Maersk Line has sold a 1999-built feeder ship for scrap, joining several other liner operators that have begun shedding older tonnage as the freight market corrects to pre-Covid-19 levels. Brokers said that the 1,092 TEU Maersk Aberdeen was demolished in Alang, India, on 2 February, after being sold to a Malaysian buyer, Accurate International, in January, on an "as is" basis in Jebel Ali, UAE. S
  • Lethal earthquake paralyses Turkish ports, container lines announce operation adjustments
    An earthquake measuring 7.8 on the Richter scale occurred on the border between Turkey and Syria, on the morning of 6 February leading many Turkish ports to face operational challenges. As it is already known, LimakPort Iskenderun, located in the Mediterranean coastal town of Iskenderun in the southern Turkish province of Hatay, was severely damaged , forcing the port authority to suspend the por
  • Hapag-Lloyd increases rates from Asia to Latin America
    Hapag-Lloyd will implement the following General Rate Increase (GRI) from Asia, except Japan, to Latin America destinations from 21 February 2023. The new rates will be applied to 20' and 40' dry containers, 40' high cube boxes and 40' non-operative reefer containers. The details for the German carrier's increase are listed below: 20' dry container: US$900 40' dry container: US$1,500 40' high cub
  • ST Engineering confirms US$95 million Keppel FELS yard acquisition
    ST Engineering's Marine business has paid US$95 million to Keppel FELS to acquire the property and assets of an existing shipyard at 55 Gul Road in Singapore for its commercial ship repair business. The assets acquired include three floating docks, existing buildings, workshops, and machinery. ST Engineering's Tuas shipyard will be replaced by the new Gul yard when its lease expires at the end of
  • Ellerman City Liners includes Bilbao in new Europe-USEC service
    The Port of Bilbao will be included in Ellerman City Liners' new service connecting Europe and the United States East Coast. The new service, which will commence in mid-February, will have the following rotation: Bilbao (Spain), Antwerp (Belgium), Rotterdam (Netherlands), Hamburg (Germany), Tilbury (UK), New York (US), Wilmington (US), Jacksonville (US) The vessels of the British shipping company

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Splash web site
FEBRUARY 7, 2023
  • Clarksons snaps up Dutch renewables logistics player DHSS
    Clarksons' port services unit has acquired Dutch offshore renewables integrated logistics services firm DHSS. DHSS acts as a gateway to offshore wind farms, with services spanning the lifecycle of turbine installation, day-to-day operation and ongoing maintenance with sector-specialist coordination of port logistics, warehousing and helicopter movements from strategically located marshalling port
  • Monjasa steps up green fuel push with its first ammonia deal
    Danish bunker supplier Monjasa has inked a landmark agreement with Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP)-managed power-to-x project HØST PtX Esbjerg on logistics and offtake of green ammonia for the maritime sector. Described as one of Europe's largest facilities of this kind, the wind and solar-powered project aims to produce around 600,000 tonnes of green ammonia annually ...
  • FMC demands answers from MSC over congestion surcharges
    Using its new found powers granted by president Joe Biden, the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) has taken aim at the world's largest containerline, Mediterranean Shipping Co (MSC). The FMC is questioning a congestion fee MSC charged SOFi Paper Products in a first case of its kind since the passing last year of the Ocean Shipping ...
  • Earthquake rattles Turkish ports
    A number of ports are still out of action in Türkiye more than 24 hours after the southeast of the nation was rocked by a massive earthquake which has killed more than 4,300 people. Iskenderun, a major port on the Mediterranean, suffered structural damage, as well as a severe blaze as containers caught fire yesterday. ...
  • Euronav shareholders to vote on board changes on March 23
    March 23 has been set as the date for Euronav shareholders to vote on the make up of the tanker firm's supervisory board. Compagnie Maritime Belge (CMB), the shipping line run by the Saverys family, is aiming to replace the entire existing board, all of whom voted in favour of merging with Frontline, a deal that ...
  • ST Engineering acquires Keppel FELS yard
    ST Engineering's marine business has acquired the site and assets of an existing shipyard in Singapore at 55 Gul Road from Keppel FELS for $95m for its commercial ship repair business. The assets acquired include three floating docks, existing buildings, workshops, and machinery. The new Gul yard replaces ST Engineering's Tuas shipyard, as its lease ...
  • Siemens Gamesa and Doosan Enerbility join forces
    Siemens Gamesa and Doosan Enerbility, formerly Doosan Heavy Industries have signed a binding framework agreement for a strategic partnership for the South Korean offshore wind market. The framework agreement covers three areas for knowledge exchange on technology in which the two companies will collaborate closely in South Korea. Doosan will assemble Siemens Gamesa's offshore wind ...
  • American ship repair firm changes hands
    Funds managed by global investment firm Carlyle and private equity firm Stellex Capital Management have announced a definitive agreement to sell America's Titan Acquisition Holdings, a bi-coastal leader in ship repair services and marine and heavy complex fabrication, to an affiliate of Lone Star Funds. Titan is comprised of Vigor Industrial, an infrastructure, defence, and ...
  • Vopak takes over Gunvor's Antwerp site
    Dutch tank storage company Vopak is acquiring the shares of Gunvor Petroleum Antwerp from commodity trader Gunvor Group, giving it access to the Gunvor concession in the Antwerp port area. Vopak will redevelop the site with a view to offering green energy supplies. The site is some 105 ha in size and offers deepsea, river, ...
  • Denmark suspends processing green energy projects
    The Danish Energy Agency has suspended the processing of offshore wind turbine projects and other renewable energy projects under its so-called open door scheme as it awaits clarification from the European Union on a number of legal issues. How the projects have been awarded might be breaking EU laws, the agency explained. The decision has ...
  • TGS awarded Gulf of Mexico survey contract
    Seismic data provider TGS has signed an LOA to conduct a 4D OBN survey in Walker Ridge canyon in the US Gulf of Mexico. The survey is planned to mobilise in the third quarter of 2023 with a duration of around 100 days. Kristian Johansen, CEO at TGS, commented: "In January, TGS acquired Magseis Fairfield ...
  • OceanPal secures capesize charter with Koch
    Greece's OceanPal has entered into a time charter contract with Koch Shipping in Singapore for 2005-built capesize bulker . The charter is set to commence on February 9 at a rate of $13,300 per day, for a period of five to eight months. The vessels is currently on charter to Enesel Bulk Logistics at $12,900 ...
  • Reach Subsea charters Olympic MPSV for offshore wind contract
    Oslo-listed Reach Subsea has chartered in a multipurpose supply vessel (MPSV) from compatriot owner Olympic to cover an upcoming project in the offshore wind sector. The Haugesund-based company has won a contract from an undisclosed renewable energy major to provide wind-related services for six months firm with extension options attached to the deal. The 2007-built ...

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Lloyd's List web site
FEBRUARY 7, 2023
  • Battle for control of Euronav hinges on Fredriksen's next move
    Attempts to head off a boardroom battle by offering the Saverys family and John Fredriksen two board members each will...
  • US bi-coastal ship repair company sold to private equity
    Carlyle and Stellex Capital agree to sell Titan Acquisition Holdings to an affiliate of private equity firm Lone Star Funds
  • KSOE narrows losses on lower costs and weaker currency
    Earnings level is expected to improve further this year with the delivery of more orders with better margins
  • Full-year box volumes lay bare liner shipping's woes
    Liner industry had worst fourth-quarter volume performance in five years
  • Why accusations of 'bad bunkers' must be read in context
    Recent Lloyd's List coverage has highlighted industry concerns regarding accountability and quality standards within the bunker sector. Unni Einemo, director...
  • Asia to drive coal import demand
    While demand from Europe may be low right now, Asia will suck in more volumes, with suppliers looking to maximise...
  • UN accused of obstructing movement into Houthi-controlled port
    Houthis accuse UN of preventing a ship from travelling to the port of Hodeidah
  • Monjasa signs green ammonia offtake agreement with 1 GW project
    Danish bunkering firm Monjasa signed green ammonia understanding with an electrolyser project in Denmark, which plans to start commercial operations...
  • Slow completions and price resistance continue in renewal round
    Miller describes 2022 as 'largely positive' for the hull and machinery market, despite underperformance from many other specialty lines
  • US sets up maritime security zone around 'spy balloon' debris site
    Waters off South Carolina closed to unauthorised traffic as recovery efforts of the intercepted balloon continue
  • Euronav's challenge against Frontline divorce dismissed by arbitrators
    Euronav's last-ditch appeal to stop the ill-fated Frontline-Euronav combination has ended after a Belgian judge dismissed Euronav's emergency arbitration filing
  • Maersk reroutes vessel traffic following Turkish earthquake
    Port of Iskenderun on Türkiye's Mediterranean coast halted operations after two major earthquakes in the region started a fire at...
  • Container manufacturing plummets as oversupply returns
    The manufacture of containers dropped by 47% in 2022, compared with the previous year's record levels
  • Cost of reviving yards may be hard to pay off as shipping turns green
    Newcomers are unlikely to repeat the success of manufactures of electric cars that have beaten their established rivals in winning...
  • Bulkers head for recycling as boxship scrapping deals increase
    Cash buyer GMS reports an increasing number of negotiations taking place for the recycling of bulk carriers and boxships
  • Daily Briefing
    Tonne-mile gains and rerouted Russian oil said to 'underpin inevitable owners' tanker market' to 2025 | Turkish ports halt operations...
  • Core Power to deliver first fit-for-purpose nuclear reactor by 2029
    Company sees floating nuclear power stations to help decarbonise port operations as well as fit-for-purpose nuclear reactors being installed in...
  • Narrative of Russia-led boom in product tanker tonne-miles challenged
    Russian oil on the water surges to twice the 2021 average
  • ST Engineering buys shipyard from Keppel FELS
    The Gul yard will be used for commercial ship repair business, as well as to support ST Engineering's other marine...

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The Journal of Commerce web site
FEBRUARY 7, 2023
  • Spot truckload rates rising at US East Coast ports, falling on West Coast
    Analysts have told the Journal of Commerce they expect spot market pricing to bottom out and remain flat for some time before rising again, most likely at a slow pace.
  • US retailers offer little optimism in gloomy H1 import forecast
    The uncertain direction of the US economy is prompting consumers to hit the pause button on their buying habits, forcing a major retail group to further downgrade import projections through the first half of the year.
  • Uncertain market clouds outlook for South China terminal operator
    Slowing global trade and tough Chinese measures to combat COVID-19 infections dragged down volume last year at Hutchison Ports subsidiary HPH Trust.
  • Overhaul acquisition consolidates freight risk management market
    Freight visibility provider Overhaul has acquired a competitor that doubles its size and gives it deeper cargo monitoring capability in Brazil, Mexico, and Central Europe.

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TradeWinds web site
FEBRUARY 7, 2023
  • Back to the future in ship finance: Did somebody say 'syndications'?
    Lender Martin Lunder has been around long enough to remember when the loan instruments were popular
  • Bugbee at the crossroads of energy past and future - good business but bad for society
    Scorpio Tankers and Eneti president tells why dynamics are lining up for both businesses - for better or worse
  • CMB denies rejecting Euronav's proposal to have Fredriksen group directors on the board
    Belgian tanker owner wants representation from both its warring shareholders
  • Swedish conro operator Wallenius Sol's chief exec steps down
    Gothenburg-port boss Elvir Dzanic to join company in management shuffle
  • International Group lobbied for clarity around Russian oil price cap
    Trade group argued for safe harbour and emergency provisions, P&I executive said
  • German island pursues plan for hydrogen bunker station
    Consultant to undertake government-funded concept study
  • Royal Caribbean beats Wall Street consensus as it posts record bookings
    Owner returns to loss after posting first profitable quarter since pandemic suspended entire sector
  • Product tankers set for 'gradual recovery' as sector assesses EU ban
    Rates start to rise again after falling from the heights of peak demand at the end of 2022
  • CMB turns down Euronav's bid to have Fredriksen group directors on the board
    Belgian tanker owner wanted a 50/50 split on representation between its warring shareholders
  • Turkey-Syria earthquake disrupts liner operations
    Maersk and Hapag-Lloyd among names facing disruption from Iskenderun terminal damage
  • NYK LNG carrier to head to Malta for inspection after refloat in Suez Canal
    Vessel suffered 'no mechanical failure' prior to grounding, company says
  • Berge Bulk and Wartsila retrofit shaft generator to cut capesize emissions
    Technology group fits power take-off system to 2017-built Berge Toubkal during drydock to help cut its EEXI and carbon footprint
  • Further ship management consolidation hard to see, Columbia's O'Neil says
    CEO of Cyprus-based group believes there could be changes in the private-equity ownership of some companies, however
  • Markel boosts marine logistics team with new hires
    Two former TT Club underwriters have been taken on to grow the insurer's logistics liability business
  • Frontline boss Barstad says there are no talks on reviving Euronav merger
    Tanker owner's CEO also says certain conditions and assumptions of the combination agreement were not met
  • Seanergy spin-off strikes on bulker trio in deals worth $60m
    United Maritime Corp turns its asset play guns on a new class of a ship
  • Round one to Fredriksen: Euronav fails in legal bid to halt Frontline's merger exit
    Belgian owner had sought emergency decision to keep deal in place while merits of John Fredriksen's move to pull the plug are examined
  • BP expects its LNG supply to expand to 30 mtpa by 2030
    Major is also homing in on growing biogas portfolio as it looks to future fuels
  • Maersk and Hapag-Lloyd among liners facing disruption from Turkey-Syria earthquake
    Major earthquake has caused disruption at Iskenderun terminal in Turkey
  • Thenamaris tanker sales campaign looks set to breach $400m mark
    Major Greek shipowner is thought to have made its weightiest deal yet following a string of disposals in the past 12 months
  • Clarksons launches push into Dutch offshore wind sector with takeover of DHSS
    UK shipbroker expanding port services operation with renewables deal
  • Wilhelmsen and Affinity to set up joint EU ETS compliance firm
    Ship manager and broker join forces to offer 'first of its kind' outsourcing service for shipping's management of emissions trading
  • Monjasa agrees offtake deal at big green ammonia plant in Denmark
    Danish bunker group teaming up with HOST PtX Esbjerg project to accelerate energy transition
  • PowerX fundraising to build 'Tesla of the seas' hits $76m
    Shoei Kisen and Anchor Ship Partners join project to transport offshore wind power
  • Vopak plots green fuel hub after buying Gunvor's Antwerp refinery and terminal
    Dutch group targets propylene, ethylene, CO2 and hydrogen transport from slice of prime port real estate
  • First giant LNG FSU poised for delivery to Russian Arctic
    First photos emerge of huge storage and transshipment units for Northern Sea Route as Novatek vows to start up Arctic LNG 2 in 2023
  • OceanPal wins pay rise as it moves capesize from Enesel Bulk to Koch
    Greek owner secures work for up to eight months for the Baltimore
  • Dane jailed for smuggling hashish in horsebox on Stavanger ferry
    57-year-old sentenced to two years and nine months as part of wider investigation
  • KSOE spills red ink - again - but losses narrow
    Weak won and lower materials costs help Hyundai yard group
  • 'Strong momentum' pushes up January freight rates at Hoegh Autoliners
    Norwegian shipowner says car volumes are on the up
  • Bulk carrier grounds off Turkey en route to load Ukrainian grain
    The TQ Ordu was forced onto a beach near Istanbul in a storm
  • Japan's Nissen Kaiun doubles up on product tanker orders
    The company has booked four newbuildings at slightly more than $45m per ship
  • Turkey earthquake halts oil flows to Ceyhan terminal
    Move said to be a precautionary move following tremor hitting southeast Turkey and northern Syria
  • PaxOcean and ASRY target green ship recycling with Wan Hai container ships
    Two shipyard groups in Asia and the Middle East have taken major steps in their quest to become green recyclers
  • ST Engineering buys Keppel shipyard to expand ship repair capacity
    Singapore group says buying existing facility obviates the need to build a greenfield shipyard
  • Euronav sets date for vote on Saverys' bid to replace board
    On the eve of arbitration decision, the family's CMB is looking to replace all five Euronav directors with new members

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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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Arrival ports by:
- alphabetical order
- country
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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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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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Relazione del presidente Daniele Rossi
Napoli, 30 settembre 2020
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