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September 19, 2023

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International Transport Journal web site
SEPTEMBER 19, 2023
  • "Neither doom nor bloom"
  • TX Logistik to handle 850 waste trains annually
  • Ukrainian 'blockade runner' chooses Cagliari
  • Lidl's largest warehouse worldwide
  • Second London office
  • Insights from carbon intensity indicator
  • Retrofitted H2 loco to be trialled in 2024/25
  • An honour for MOL's chairman
  • Harder moves facilities for Rügen Fisch
  • New ownership for FRS Iberia
  • Shaking up the US transport sector
  • Changes in Konecranes leadership team
  • LH Cargo: more flights to Asia, Africa and Mexico
  • Duisburg and Rotterdam: a hydrogen partnership
  • Orders for around 6,000 e-trucks so far
  • Tompkins Solutions picks VP sales
  • Hellmann expands in Middle East with ATS
  • Cargo iQ welcomes new member
  • "Curiosity of the Day"

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The Loadstar web site
SEPTEMBER 18, 2023
  • Cargolux back in the air as management and unions reach agreement
  • EXCLUSIVE: Top executive leaves DB Schenker
  • DFDS to enter Gibraltar Straits with FRS Iberia/Maroc takeover
  • EXCLUSIVE: Kuehne + Nagel unveils new Europe leader
  • Box lines hit by rising fuel costs as OPEC cuts supply
  • Evergreen steps up scrapping with two-ship sale as Indian steel prices firm
  • Bull corner: DSV vs Kuehne - what to love and hate
  • Fret SNCF faces bleak future as EC forces it to give up routes
  • Lithium batteries blamed for blaze at UK warehouse storing electric scooters
  • Shippers 'conned' by greenwashing: lies, damned lies, and logistics
  • OceanX: Green fuel, what green fuel?
  • Marisol Henschen becomes head of verticals for Röhlig Logistics

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Marine Log web site
SEPTEMBER 18, 2023
  • FERRIES 2023: Designing ferries for the uncertain future
    Considering the accelerating energy transition in the ferry industry worldwide, there is a pressing need for innovative ferry solutions. Netherlands-based C-Job Naval Architects finds that many vessel owners it collaborates with are
  • Equinor contracts Ocean Infinity for California floating wind site survey
    Moving ahead on its plans to develop one of the first-ever floating offshore wind farms off the U.S. West Coast, Equinor, has signed a contract that will see Austin, Texas, headquartered Ocean

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Container News web site
SEPTEMBER 18, 2023
  • European Union (EU) Emissions Trading System (ETS) effective from 1 January 2024
    In recent years, the global concern over climate change and its environmental impact has grown significantly. Among the industries contributing to greenhouse gas emissions, the shipping industry has faced increased scrutiny and the need for effective measures to reduce its environmental footprint. The European Union (EU) Emissions Trading System (ETS) was initially established in 2005 as a market
  • SCZONE signs cooperation protocol with Dutch consortium
    Waleid Gamal El-Dien, chairman of Suez Canal Economic Zone (SCZONE) met with a Dutch delegation of officials of the Embassy of the State of the Netherlands in Egypt, representatives of Rotterdam City, and officials of the consortium led by the Egyptian Dutch Company for Business Development of Companies, which is working in the Field of Energy and Green Hydrogen at SCZONE'S Sokhna headquarters. T
  • Bulker crashes with container ship in Türkiye [video]
    While maneuvering to anchor, the bulk carrier New Legend collided with the stern of the anchored container ship Elbsun on 17 September in Ahirkapi anchorage, Istanbul, Marmara Sea. According to Maritime Bulletin's report, both ships suffered damage and remained anchored until 12 p.m. (local time) on 17 September. New Legend arrived from Kerch Strait anchorage in Russia, while the 877 TEU boxship
  • Jetties remain empty in Chittagong amid fall in ship arrival
    Up to three container jetties at the Chittagong port remain vacant every day this month due to the arrival of a lower number of ships. This is totally opposite scenario to the normal period for the country's prime seaport which had been frequently facing vessel congestions in the past and long queue of ships at the outer anchorage. The berthing report of Chittagong Port in Bangladesh shows that o
  • Port of Brisbane signs Electrolux Group as first tenant for stage 2 of Port West industrial estate
    The Electrolux Group has agreed to sign on as the first tenant for Stage 2 of the Port West industrial estate in Lytton. The Australia-based appliance company has signed a 10-year lease on a 42,200 m² property that will include a purpose-built distribution centre and showroom. The site will include a 21,255 m² warehouse, a ground-floor office and high-end showroom, a first-floor office, dock offi
  • COP28 chooses Kuehne+Nagel as freight forwarding and logistics partner
    Kuehne+Nagel has been selected as the official logistics partner for the worldwide 2023 UN Climate Change Conference in Dubai by COP28. The event is scheduled to convene approximately 70,000 accredited visitors to the restricted Blue Zone and 50,000 daily visits to the public Green Zone from 30 November to 12 December. "The appointment validates Kuehne+Nagel's expertise in exhibition and events l
  • Ballast water from Japanese ships tested for radioactivity in China
    Chinese ports have apparently begun testing the ballast water of Japanese ships for radioactive material, after the Japanese government began releasing radioactive water from the quake-damaged Fukushima No. 1 Nuclear Power Plant in late August. Ships have been informed that if too much radioactive material is found in their ballast water, they will be denied entry into China. However, no vessels
  • Imports to major US box ports to reach 2 million TEUs in September
    According to the latest Global Port Tracker study released by the National Retail Federation (NRF) and Hackett Associates, imports to major container ports in the United States are likely to exceed two million TEUs for the second month in a row in September and remain there in October. "These are strong numbers and a sign that retailers are optimistic about the holiday season since they don't imp
  • CMA CGM enhances its Asea Kenya service
    Marseille-based box line CMA CGM announced an update on its Asea Kenya service, offering a direct weekly call at Qingdao port. In particular, starting with the 2005-built container vessel Emmanuel P with an estimated time of arrival in Qingdao on 9 October, the Asea Kenya service will offer a direct weekly call at Qingdao and a faster transit time from North China to Kenya. The new rotation will
  • DNV awards AiP to HD KSOE's hydrogen system for liquefied hydrogen carrier
    DNV has awarded an Approval in Principle (AIP) to HD Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering (HD KSOE) and its subsidiaries, HD Hyundai Heavy Industry (HD HHI) and Hyundai Mipo Dockyard (HMD) for their new hydrogen system. By 2030, HD KSOE aims to have completed the development of the hydrogen carrier technology that will enable large-capacity hydrogen transportation and storage. According to a
  • Le Havre terminal uses AI to control rail container unloading
    Le Havre Terminal Exploitation (LHTE), a multimodal terminal located in the port of Le Havre in France, is collaborating with AllRead, a technology company specialising in OCR software, in order to address issues with real-time control of container entry, exit and condition. In particular, LHTE aims to improve its traceability as well as the operational efficiency of the control process. For LHTE

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Splash web site
SEPTEMBER 18, 2023
  • Eneti's Seajacks pens offshore wind turbine installation contract
    Emanuele Lauro-led offshore wind vessels player Eneti announced that its subsidiary Seajacks has signed a vessel reservation agreement with an undisclosed client to transport and install offshore wind turbines. The Monaco-based owner and operator said that it would use one of the two NG16000X wind turbine installation vessels currently under construction at Hanwa Ocean in ...
  • Nøklebye to take on Wallenius Lines CEO role in October
    Erik Nøklebye has been appointed as the chief executive officer (CEO) of Swedish shipping company Wallenius Lines. Nøklebye has extensive experience in the shipping and PCTC segment and has worked in different parts of the shipping structure since the foundation of Wallenius Wilhelmsen Lines in 1999. He has worked in both Wallenius Wilhelmsen and RoRo ...
  • HGK Shipping orders extra-wide inland gas tanker
    German shipping and logistics company HGK Shipping has ordered a gas tanker of unconventional dimensions from the Dutch shipyard De Gerlien Van Tiem. The new gas tanker is designed to be extra-wide and capable of dealing with shallow water levels as well as being powered by a diesel-electric drive system. According to HGK, the unconventional ...
  • Offshore markets remain robust: Clarksons
    Offshore oil and gas markets continue to strengthen, with Clarksons offshore index approaching previous peaks. The cross-segment rate index, which covers rigs, offshore support vessels (OSVs) and subsea construction vessel dayrates climbed to 100, up 101% against the start of 2021 and approaching previous peaks of 101 and 114 in 2013 and 2008, respectively. The ...
  • China Merchants places order for methanol-fuelled VLCC
    China Merchants Energy Shipping (CMES) has placed an order for the world's first methanol dual-fuel very large crude carrier. CMES said in August that it would be ordering a methanol dual-fuel VLCC at Dalian Shipbuilding Industry Co (DSIC). The ordered ship will have a 306,000 dwt and cost around $107.5m, an exceptionally cheap price given ...
  • Economou instigates boardroom battle at Performance Shipping
    Greek shipowner George Economou plans to ask for a board seat at fellow tanker owner Performance Shipping and is seeking resignations from four existing directors. Economou, who recently bought into the Nasdaq-listed owner of eight aframaxes via his investment vehicle Sphinx, is proposing former chairman of OceanFreight and ex-board member of Ocean Rig John Liveris ...
  • Pan Ocean sells two product tankers
    India's Great Eastern Shipping has bought an MR2 tanker from South Korea's Pan Ocean. The 2008-built, 46,197 dwt Grand Ace8 cost $23.8m and takes Great Eastern's mixed fleet to a total of 43 vessels aggregating 3.38m dwt. Brokers report that Pan Ocean has also offloaded the two-years-older sister vessel Grand Ace1 for $19m to undisclosed ...
  • Milestones reached along the increasingly busy Northern Sea Route
    As the world's oceans have broken surface temperature levels consistently during the past several months, more and more eyes have looked up to the north towards the growing shipping opportunities provided by the Northern Sea Route (NSR) which now has one of the longest shipping seasons on record. According to the EU's Copernicus Climate Change ...
  • DOF wins $260m worth of deals from Petrobras
    Norwegian offshore vessels player DOF has won three service contracts with Brazilian state-owned giant Petrobras. DOF said that the contracts include work in the survey and inspection service lines. The deals represent a continuation of the services handled by DOF under contracts signed with Petrobras in 2020 and under operation since December of that year. ...
  • Lepta Shipping signs for four LPG carriers
    Tokyo-headquartered Lepta Shipping has ordered four midsize gas carriers at Yangzi-Mitsui Shipbuilding (YAMIC). The joint venture between Nissen Kaiun and Mitsui & Co has tapped the joint venture between China's Yangzijiang Shipbuilding and Japan's Mitsui E&S Shipbuilding to deliver the 40,000 cu m ships in 2026 and 2027. No price has been revealed for the ...
  • TGS and PGS to merge
    Norwegian offshore seismic acquisition specialists and data providers TGS and PGS have announced an agreement to merge and form one unified full-service geophysical company. The transaction is expected to be completed as a statutory merger, with merger consideration paid to PGS shareholders in the form of 0.06829 ordinary shares of TGS for each PGS share. ...
  • Geneva Star kamsarmax sold for bright sum
    After months of grey commentary by shipping analysts across the globe, several broking houses now report increased activity and for the first time in months firming prices across most segments in dry cargo. Several brokers report the sale of the eight-year-old Japanese controlled kamsarmax . Chinese interests are reported paying a very firm $26.9m for the ...
  • Aframax asset play pays off for Union Maritime
    Laurent Cadji-led Union Maritime is widely reported to have earned $36m on an asset play while also spending $65.5m on two LR2 newbuildings at Jiangsu Hantong with delivery dates in 2025. The UK-based bulk and tanker player is noted cashing in on two 14-year-old 116,000 dwt aframaxes. The Hanjin-built sisters Fulmar and Anavatos II were picked ...
  • Ukraine celebrates Black Sea shipping breakthroughs
    Two bulk carriers made it to the Ukrainian seaport of Chornomorsk over the weekend to pick up grain, while a ship that had been stuck in Odesa since February 2022 was able to leave in signs that Russia has loosened its grip on blockading parts of the Black Sea. Two Palau-flagged bulk carriers, Aroyat and ...

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Lloyd's List web site
SEPTEMBER 18, 2023
  • Marine insurers highlight China's use of containers for car exports as car carrier rates spike
    Car shipments from China are the country's fastest-growing trade, with a 23% climb in volume shipped this year, the International...
  • How a fridge label can fix shipping's climate problem
    The European Union ought to enforce stricter Carbon Intensity Indicator rules for ships as a way to deliver the necessary emissions...
  • DFDS confirms plans to acquire Spain-Morocco ferry operator
    Expansion of DFDS' Mediterranean network follows purchase of Turkish ro-ro cargo vessel operator UN Ro-Ro five years ago
  • Marine insurance recovery continues as premiums see healthy growth
    More ships are being insured at higher prices, and fewer of them are sinking, which makes for smiling faces in...
  • The Philippines 'cannot meet the seafarer shortage on its own'
    Karen Avelino, executive director of business development at Philippine Transmarine Carriers, says the Philippines is struggling to keep the pipeline...
  • Panama Canal drought to boost MR flows from Far East, says Gibson
    Medium-range tankers could be the tanker group most affected if the Panama Canal traffic jam drags on past September. This...
  • The week in newbuildings: Dry cargo and tanker sectors dominate
    A total of 24 newbuildings have been ordered in the past week with the dry cargo and tanker sectors providing...
  • The week in charts: Maersk isn't just betting on methanol | Dark fleet expands | Life returns to recycling markets
    Dark fleet surpasses 500 tankers, some 118 methanol-fuelled containerships are on order and winter tanker spike capped
  • Iran 'seizes' two tankers, but the US says the report is baseless
    Iranian state media claims its navy seized two tankers and arrested 37 crew. It says the vessels were carrying smuggled...
  • First ships arrive at Ukrainian sea port since grain deal collapse
    The Palau-flagged vessels are expected to load nearly 20,000 tonnes of wheat
  • London Shipping Week showcases shipping's continued diversity problem
    'Senior leaders are quite scared to take on the topic, they're a bit apprehensive in case they say the wrong...
  • Return to commercial war risk cover for Ukraine ships difficult to envisage, says Denèfle
    Details of scheme that would see Ukrainian government take first layer of risk expected shortly
  • US spending shifts cast shadow over transpacific box shipping outlook
    Stagnation in spending on containerised goods, slow inventory drawdowns and consumers reverting from goods to services are seen as the...
  • Daily Briefing
    'Influencer' Maersk isn't just betting on methanol | Doubts over G20 economic corridor's ports and logistics promise | The View:...

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The Journal of Commerce web site
SEPTEMBER 18, 2023
  • Lower demand from China, high prices stunting US ag exports
    West Coast ports are bearing the brunt of a steep decline in US agriculture exports, as are carriers such as CMA CGM that pivoted to serving exporters amid weaker import demand.
  • Green fuel costs could make nuclear ships economically viable: experts
    Small onboard nuclear reactors could ultimately be the lowest-cost method of decarbonization as shipping competes with other thirsty industries for sustainable net-zero fuels, according to energy and investment analysts.
  • Ocean carriers will look to 'chokepoint' assets for next wave of spending: analyst
    Owning and operating potential supply chain chokepoints is a competitive advantage, and we should expect to see major carriers - flush with cash post-pandemic - be very active in attempting to secure such assets, writes analyst Lars Jensen.
  • Lack of cargoes holding down MPV rates in near-term: analysts
    Despite having fewer cargoes for which to compete, some bulk operators are beefing up their staff of project cargo specialists, implying that those carriers are sensing opportunities ahead.
  • J.B. Hunt brokerage acquisition deepens partnership with BNSF
    The division of BNSF Logistics between BNSF Railway and J.B. Hunt is aimed at helping to improve service to joint customers at a time when freight demand is weak.

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TradeWinds web site
SEPTEMBER 18, 2023
  • Underwriters make gains with higher premiums and lower claims
    Conference warned inflation and higher interest rates could affect future performance
  • Genco Shipping will need to tap reserve fund to pay dividend for third quarter
    Measure would be third straight quarter contingency fund is used
  • Capesize bulkers hit six-week high as owners keep ships in higher paying Pacific basin, broker says
    Futures indicate further rate growth as October contracts reach almost $18,200 per day, according to Baltic Exchange
  • 'Gas kills': TotalEnergies' first FSRU for France graffitied by Greenpeace on arrival
    Regas unit meets protest from environmental groups and residents concerned about use of fossil fuels
  • Pyxis boss Valentios Valentis targeting more ship deals after closing first bulker buy
    Nasdaq-listed owner looking to add vessels with big cash pile
  • Greece's Pioneer Marine ups profit after management buyout and fleet sale
    Bulker operator's accounts show improvement from eventful 2021
  • Wallenius Lines taps Erik Noklebye as new chief executive
    Stockholm owner has stakes in several car carrier owners
  • Returning Tina Revsbech feels like she has 'scored a hat-trick' at Maersk Tankers
    New chief executive eager to get started four months after being announced in the role
  • Shipping looks for double win with emissions and noise cuts at IMO talks
    Experts say some easy wins are possible even as owners focus on reaching carbon-cutting goals
  • Petredec taps into Asian bank appetite with $122m VLGC refinancing
    Advisor Fearnley Securities says deal shows lenders want in on the energy transition
  • Emoji warning for shipping as judge rules thumbs-up is valid signature for cargo contract
    WFW lawyers highlight dangers inherent in casual text messages
  • PGS boss Rune Olav Pedersen promises 'super-company' and better fleet use after TGS merger
    Norwegian owner's CEO says new opportunities will open up for bigger seismic survey operation
  • Insurers still working on state-backed deal for Ukraine grain
    Conference hears no cover has been arranged yet despite recent sailings to Chornomorsk
  • Trapped ship that ran Russian blockade rumoured sold to MSC after fleeing Odesa
    But neo-panamax container ship Joseph Schulte is said to have fetched one-third what it was worth at start of Ukraine conflict
  • KCC to trial Elon Musk's low-earth orbit satellite system for ship internet
    Combination carrier owner believes Starlink should improve connectivity on board vessels
  • Genco reveals drop in bulker rates booked in third quarter
    Filing shows US shipowner has seen a decline in time charter equivalent earnings since its interim financial report
  • China shipyard Hengli Heavy to build its first supertankers
    Hengli Heavy is the third Chinese shipbuilding company to join the Chinese VLCC shipyard list
  • Russia mulls suspension of petroleum product exports, say reports
    Moscow weighs its options on how to stabilise domestic fuel prices, news agency reports
  • PGS strikes merger deal with TGS to create seismic survey giant worth $2.6bn
    Offshore vessel owner and charterer aim to save $50m a year with a data company spanning the whole energy value chain
  • Insurer Beazley goes back to school on emerging decarbonisation risk
    Underwriter has been preparing to help clients decarbonise and cope with cyber threats
  • Stephen Catlin's Convex view of marine insurance pays off
    New player has made its mark on the marine insurance industry by diving in as others scrambled out
  • Great Eastern raids Pan Ocean to grow product tanker fleet
    Indian shipowner expanding capacity in a deal reported at $23.8m
  • Slideshow: Global shipping heads to London for the best of British
    Sun and shipping shine on the UK capital for London International Shipping Week
  • Russia mulling suspension of petroleum product exports, say reports
    Moscow weighs its options on how to stabilise domestic fuel prices, Russian news agency reports
  • Shipping investor Stefanos Kasselakis emerges as front-runner to lead Greek opposition
    Businessman-turned-leftist politician is surprise winner of first-round leadership vote at Greece's Syriza party
  • Indian ship recyclers pounce on wrecked Iran-linked LPG carrier and IMC Shipping product tanker
    Slim pickings on the vessel front lead to only two ships being sold for recycling over the past week
  • Ships collide in the Sea of Marmara in separate incidents
    Yasa Shipping and ATL Hong Kong bulkers bump into a DFDS ropax vessel and a German container ship
  • Panama Canal delays a doubled edged sword for MRs, says Gibson
    Shipbroker says low water levels has resulted in volatility in the number of vessels looking to cross
  • Ship investor Kasselakis is front runner to become Greek opposition leader
    Businessman-turned-leftist politician is surprise winner of first-round leadership vote at Greece's Syriza party

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American Shipper web site
SEPTEMBER 18, 2023
  • For exporters, container shipping still far from pre-COVID 'normal'
    The supply chain crisis is over, but exporters are still paying more - and facing more logistical challenges - than they did before the pandemic.
  • BNSF Railway compels new airline to change name in trademark dispute
    BNSF is a multibillion dollar freight railroad. Northern Pacific Airways is a tiny airline that has been in business for less than three months. BNSF says the airline is infringing on a trademark it owns.
  • Hawaiian Airlines sees advantage in Amazon pivot to Airbus freighter
    Hawaiian Airlines hopes to parlay its advantage operating A330 jets into a larger air transport partnership with Amazon.

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In the first half of 2023 the revenues of the Greek shipowner group Attica increased by 21.3%
In the first half of 2023 the revenues of the Greek shipowner group Attica increased by 21.3%
The traffic of passengers and vehicles carried by the fleet is growing.
In the June-August quarter, the Carnival cruise group finally left the pandemic behind its backs.
In the June-August quarter, the Carnival cruise group finally left the pandemic behind its backs.
New historical record of revenue. Close to the historic peak of 2019 the number of passengers boarded ships
Last month the volumes of goods handled by the ports of Genoa and Savona-I went down -9.3% percent and -15.5% percent.
In the first eight months of 2023, pushups were -5.8% percent and -3.2% percent, respectively.
Two proposed alternatives so that European transhiment ports do not lose competitiveness with new emission standards
36 contributions were made in the framework of the consultation launched by the European Commission.
Amendment proposal of the maritime cluster-Italian port in the subject of cold ironing
It has been sent to the Senate by Assshipowners, Assiterminal, Assocostieri, Assologistic, Assomarinas, Assoports and Confitweapon
In the second quarter of this year, container traffic in Eurokai's terminals fell by -5.8% percent.
In the second quarter of this year, container traffic in Eurokai's terminals fell by -5.8% percent.
In Germany Eurogate has handled 1.6 million teu (-9.6%) and in Italy Contship 411mila teu (-9.6%). In the other foreign terminals the traffic was 773mila teu (+ 0.8%)
New historical record of monthly traffic of shipping containers handled by Chinese ports
New historical record of monthly traffic of shipping containers handled by Chinese ports
In August, the new record of international goods passed through sea port airports was also marked.
CMA CGM has ordered eight dual-fuel container carriers from 9,200 methanol-fueled teu to SWS
CMA CGM has ordered eight dual-fuel container carriers from 9,200 methanol-fueled teu to SWS
They will be 299.9 meters long and wide 45.6
The reform of the port rules-the Filt-Cgil and Fit-Cisl-must put the work at the centre of the work.
The two unions highlight the need for the Ministry of Transport to regulate the port market
Assoports, well the action of the Ministry of the Environment to simplify the rules on dredging
The reform-observing Giampieri and Patroni Griffi-should also be completed with regard to the use of sediment in the realization of port works
UNCTAD expects annual growth around 3% of goods transported by global container carriers in the period 2024-2028
UNCTAD expects annual growth around 3% of goods transported by global container carriers in the period 2024-2028
The expected rise is decidedly less than the 7% percent rise in the previous three decades. This year the expected increase is 1.2% percent after falling -3.7% percent in 2022.
The Canadian government will consider whether the Viterra-Bunge merger will have a negative impact on national ports.
Public consultation with industry stakeholders
Historical record of semi-annual traffic of containers in the port of Thessaloniki
In the first six months of 2023, 255,192 teu (+ 11.3%) were handled.
Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas applaud the plan of excavation of the Canale Vittorio Emanuele III
Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas applaud the plan of excavation of the Canale Vittorio Emanuele III
It would allow the Cruserists to have easy access to Venice.
BLS Cargo buys ten new locomotives for transalpine services with Italy
They will be delivered by Siemens Mobility in 2026
Medway / Medlog (MSC group) chosen as the industrial partner of the Spanish Renfe Mercancías
The company of the shipowner group will go to the control of the railway transport branch of the Iberian group's goods
ITF denounces that even the attempted suicide of a seaport removes companies and authorities to assist abandoned crews
The incredible and dramatic affair of the personnel of three ships of the Turkish Sea Lion Shipping
The value of seafarers ' wages will be increased by 6%
Agreement between ITF and the Joint Negotiating Group for the period 2024-2027
Fire on the ferry Cossyra in navigation from Lampedusa to Porto Empedocle
Passengers have been transshipped and the ship is towed to the port of Augusta
Romania wants to buy the Moldovan river port of Giurgiulesti
A new road and rail bridge on the Danube will also be planned.
On October 11 in Genoa a workshop by the Young Group of Assagents on the Trend of Noli
It will be held at Palazzo San Giorgio
On Sunday in Japan, the ferry company MOL Sunflower will become operational
Fleet of ten ro-pax ships and five ro-ro ships employed on six maritime routes
Rexi, inserted amendments on concessions, self-transport, Third Valico and dam of Genoa
A uniform criterion for updating the Istat criterion is introduced on maritime concessions, the Deputy Minister explained.
Cornetto will leave Managing Director assignments in the Going Gateway and Reefer Terminal
Go Ligure
The companies are looking for a new CEO
Interport of Gorizia, inaugurated a workshop for the repair of railway wagons
It was carried out by Adriafer Rail Services
OK to extend the concession to Fuorimuro until December 31
The company operates the rail manoeuvring services in the port of Genoa
At the container terminal of PSA Genova Pra ' a second container ship has arrived from 24,000 teu
The MSC Mette is over 400 meters long and 61 wide
Ban on electrification of ro-pax benches of the port of Ancona
The plant will have to be made by June 2026
Convention between Assshipowners, Confitweapon and Ministry of Defence
It is aimed at support for the professional relocation of the voluntary freezes
Visual Sailing List
Departure ports
Arrival ports by:
- alphabetical order
- country
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Captrain Italia enhances the services via Ventimiglia and Domodossola to make up for the blocks on the Frejus and Gotthard axis
Italy is in danger of being cut off from the rest of Europe, the company said.
In the second quarter of this year, French ports handled 1.21 million containers (-12.7%)
The Défense
The overall traffic in goods decreased by -2.0%
The works for new road links in the Porto Canale of Cagliari are tender.
A connection road will be carried out between the new ro-ro terminal and SS 195
At the Interport of Gorizia, the digitalization of the logistic operation of the cold pole is enhanced
Gorizia / Turin
Acquired the provision of the WMS of Generix Group
Approved the new Statutes of the Federation of the Sea
Mattioli : We give more concreteness to a modern idea of the blue economy
The new passenger station in the port of Barletta is inaugurated.
At Brindisi, a partial reunion at the port of the maritime demanial area "ex Pol"
Fincantieri is guaranteed a long-term financing of 800 million euros.
"sustainability linked" credit line guaranteed by SACE
Starlite Ferries renews the deal with Accelleron
Concerns the provision of care services for turbochargers installed on ships
Fercam has inaugurated its new warehouse in Alexandria.
It has an area of 1,950 square meters plus 290 of offices
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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On October 11 in Genoa a workshop by the Young Group of Assagents on the Trend of Noli
It will be held at Palazzo San Giorgio
Conference on the Promotion of Health in the Port Workers of the Straits
It will be held on October 2 in Messina
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España demanda una revisión instantánea de los puertos vecinos de transbordo
(El Mercantil)
Shipping minister resigns in aftermath of ferry passenger's death
››› Press Review File
FORUM of Shipping
and Logistics
Relazione del presidente Daniele Rossi
Napoli, 30 settembre 2020
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Concluded the adjustment of Gallarate station to freight trains from 750 metres
Investment by Italian Railway Network of three million euros
It concluded the clearance operations of the freight train wagons derailed in the base tunnel of the Gotthard
Turkish shipyard Med Marine delivers a new tugboat to the Vernicos Scafi
It is the first means of new construction of the fleet of the Greek-Italian joint venture
Kenya Ports Authority privatizes benches at ports of Lamu and Mombasa
Launched an international competition that also includes a special economic zone
Last month, freight traffic in the port of Taranto increased by 6.9% percent.
In the first eight months of 2023, a decline of -4.0%
New paints to contain the propagation of fires on ships and construction sites
Messina Group has taken delivery of its second full container ship
Has a transport capacity of 4,600 teu
Approda in Genoa the first container ship of the FIM service of HMM
Scalo to container terminal of PSA Italy
First meeting of the technical table on security of work in the port
Among the proposals, insert some port job profiles between the "usurante/gravest" job categories
Hapag-Lloyd will equip all of its internet connection ships through the Starlink satellite network
Success of tests started in May
In the June-August period, FedEx Group revenues fell by -6.7% percent.
Net profit marked a growth of 23.2%
Cooperation of ICHCA and PEMA to improve the safety of handling goods
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