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05 June 2023 - Year XXVII
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March 22, 2023

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International Transport Journal web site
MARCH 22, 2023
  • Focus on freight
  • Grimaldi signs the Greek deal
  • Adiyaman to receive help by rail
  • Seafrigo snaps up CNMP
  • Express rail service for Chinese e-vehicles
  • Shareable datalog to track reefers
  • Developing and operating another port in Egypt
  • Goodman to develop cargo infrastructure in Japan
  • Changes at APM Terminals
  • Channel Tunnel enhances freight services
  • Two hits in USA
  • Tom Ekegren joins Steerprop
  • Zipline's silent drones ready for take off
  • New warehouse space near Poznan Airport
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Polish and Portuguese carriers pick GSSAs in USA
  • New dual leadership for Paul Group
  • Gatik delivers for Kroger in Texas
  • Orca AI, Liberty and ARC collaborating

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The Loadstar web site
MARCH 21, 2023
  • Carriers turn their gaze back to scrubbers as voyage results tumble
  • CMA CGM eyes car-carrier market boom as liners are ready to invest
  • EXCLUSIVE: Kuehne + Nagel and Noytech clash
  • The parcel empires strike back as smaller players take stock
  • Adoption of 'smart' cargo labels needs critical mass
  • DSV buys in Arizona to boost services and cross-border LatAm trade
  • WestJet will 'disrupt' Canada with three 737Fs, but rivals aren't scared
  • Atlas Air gives up board diversity as PE group takes over

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Marine Log web site
MARCH 21, 2023
  • Havfram Wind's giant jack-up WTIV will be used for Hornsea 3
    Ørsted has selected Havfram Wind, a subsidiary of Oslo-headquartered Havfram, to install turbines at its Hornsea 3 offshore wind farm off the U.K., starting fall 2026. Havfram Wind will be utilizing one
  • Samskip orders two hydrogen fuel cell powered containerships
    Rotterdam-headquartered Samskip Group has placed an order at India's Cochin Shipyard (CSL) for two hydrogen fuel cell powered short sea containerships for operation on west European routes. As we reported at the
  • Wärtsilä 31 engine gets a power boost
    Wärtsilä's highly efficient Wärtsilä 31 four-stroke diesel engine is being upgraded to deliver a higher power output within the same physical footprint. The upgrade will result in the current output range of

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Container News web site
MARCH 21, 2023
  • Record container throughput for King Abdulaziz Port
    King Abdulaziz Port in Dammam, Saudi Arabia handled 18,553 TEUs on a single vessel, making it the highest throughput ever recorded across Saudi ports. The previous record of the port was 18,021 TEUs set in the second quarter of 2022. In addition, the milestone was achieved aboard the 20,000 TEU container vessel CSCL Indian Ocean, arriving from the Far East, through the efforts of container termin
  • MSC enhaces KIWI service connecting Australia, New Zealand and Thailand
    MSC announced the enhancement of its KIWI service which will connect Australia, New Zealand and Thailand on a weekly basis. The full rotation of the updated service will be as follows: Laem Chabang (Thailand) - Singapore - Jakarta (Indonesia) - Brisbane (Australia) - Sydney (Australia) - Auckland (New Zealand) - Nelson (New Zealand) - Wellington (New Zealand) - Lyttelton (New Zealand) - Port Chal
  • Kalmar receives its first heavy electric forklift order from Innofreight
    Kalmar has received an order for a heavy electric forklift from Austrian train transportation service provider Innofreight Solutions GmbH. The purchase was placed in the Q4 2022 order intake of Kalmar's mother company, Cargotec, and the equipment is expected to be delivered in the fourth quarter of 2023. Innofreight, established in 2002, creates flexible train wagon solutions for industries such
  • MSC upgrades ScanBaltic to US service
    MSC introduced the expansion of its ScanBaltic to the United States service, which links the Northwest region and markets in the US. The new rotation will include calls to Jacksonville in the United States every two weeks. MSC said the service connects with the ocean carrier's European short sea and intermodal network and enhances support for the food and beverage, automotive and forestry industr
  • Brazilian container terminal invests in port equipment amid increasing box volumes
    APM Terminals announced that with volumes continuing to grow at Porto Itapoá, the Brazilian box terminal will heavily invest in equipment this year to be able to handle the increasing volumes. In fact, container throughput at Porto Itapoá grew by more than 14% in 2022, reaching 950,512 TEUs. The major port in Brazil will acquire ten hybrid Rubber Tyred Gantry Cranes (RTGs) becoming the first port
  • Samskip, duisport and TX Logistik to jointly operate logport III terminal in Duisburg
    Samskip, duisport and TX Logistik AG will jointly operate the CT terminal at logport III in Duisburg-Hohenbudberg in the future. In particular, for this purpose, the three partners have founded the new company "Ziel Terminal GmbH", in which Samskip will hold 49.8% of the shares, while duisport and TX Logistik each will hold 25.1%, respectively. This terminal partnership is currently still subject
  • Lineage Logistics opens expanded cold storage facility in Denmark
    Lineage Logistics, LLC opened its expanded cold storage facility in the Port of Aarhus in Denmark on 15 March 2023. The extension adds 18,000 pallet spots, bringing the total to 27,500 pallet capacity. Customers, including fish and shellfish producers, will benefit from simplified storage for their goods at a crucial site connecting seafood import and export, connecting Greenland and Denmark to t
  • Samskip orders zero-emission feeder container ships from Indian shipbuilder
    Norwegian shipping company Samskip agreed with Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL), an Indian shipbuilding firm, on the design and construction of two zero-emission feeder container vessels with an option for two more boxships. According to the statement, this project is one of the world's first zero-emission feeder container vessels, fuelled by hydrogen fuel cells and, eventually, green hydrogen. The
  • Maersk unveils the design of its first green fuel powered vessel
    Maersk has unveiled the design of its first green fuel-powered container vessel on Twitter. The Danish ocean carrier said it expects to receive the first boxship of this type by South Korea's Hyundai Mipo Dockyard soon. "Our feeder vessel has a dual-fuel engine and will be able to operate on green methanol," noted the Copenhagen-headquartered container line in a Twitter post. We are thrilled to u
  • ONE launches new service between Singapore and Myanmar
    Ocean Network Express (ONE) has introduced a new service from Singapore to Yangon, Myanmar (SMM), strengthening the company's network in the region. ONE said this new service SMM will consolidate the existing YGX and TMM services and will provide twice weekly coverages from Singapore to Yangon. In this way, ONE noted it will give its customers connections for Yangon imports and exports via its tr
  • AD Ports Group signs agreements for Egyptian ports development
    AD Ports Group signed several agreements to expand its presence and increase its access to ports in Egypt. AD Ports Group and the Red Sea Ports Authority signed a 30-year concession agreement that allows the Group to develop and operate a multi-purpose terminal at Safaga Port on the Red Sea coast of Egypt. "Safaga Port will be the first internationally operated port in the Upper Egypt region, bri

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Splash web site
MARCH 21, 2023
  • Singapore and Norway sign maritime decarbonisation deal with IMO
    The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) and the Norwegian Ministry of Climate and Environment have signed an agreement with the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to assist developing countries in their efforts to reduce emissions from ships and in ports. Under a memorandum of understanding (MoU) inked in London this week, the parties will ...
  • Stolt Tankers adds pair of modern chemical tankers
    Stolt-Nielsen subsidiary Stolt Tankers has bolstered its fleet with a pair of modern 15,000 dwt stainless steel chemical tankers. The vessels built in 2018 and 2019 respectively will be named the Stolt Condor and Stolt Tucan and join Stolt Tankers' Inter-Caribbean service. The company said it expects to take delivery in the second quarter of ...
  • Peter Twiss steps down at Oldendorff Carriers
    Peter Twiss has stepped down as CEO and president of Oldendorff Carriers after nearly 28 years at the German dry bulk owner. Twiss, who started at Concept Carriers in 1995, moved through the ranks to become Oldendorff Carriers' CEO in 2003. He leaves the company after leading it to the best result in its 102-year ...
  • Excelerate Energy set to declare purchase option on Maran Gas FSRU
    New York-listed floating regasification specialist Excelerate Energy has lined up new financing to help fund the acquisition of FSRU bareboat chartered from Greece's Maran Gas. The Texas-headquartered company has added a $250m loan, maturing in March 2027, to purchase the 2020-built currently operating in Brazil. The Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME)-built vessel has been ...
  • Maersk shows off its new methanol dual-fuelled ship
    The next generation of alternatively fuelled ships look remarkably like existing vessels if images released today by Danish carrier Maersk are anything to go by. Maersk today unveiled images of its soon-to-launch 2,000 teu, dual fuel ship, which can run on either VLSFO or methanol, a landmark ship that has since opened the floodgates to ...
  • Greek shipping still coming to terms with sale of whale lender
    Greek shipping is still coming to terms with the takeover of its largest lender. The swift buyout of troubled Credit Suisse by compatriot bank UBS on Sunday has left many questioning what the future holds for the enlarged bank's shipping interests. Credit Suisse has been the largest bank financier for Greek shipping since 2016, its ...
  • Ed Buttery takes the reins at Grindrod
    Edward Buttery will take over as CEO at Grindrod Shipping from the start of next month in tandem with his role leading parent firm, Taylor Maritime Investments (TMI). Stephen Griffiths will be retiring from Grindrod as interim CEO and chief financial officer. London-listed TMI took over Grindrod last year, creating a fleet of around 60 ...
  • IPCC report adds impetus to IMO's green deliberations
    The International Maritime Organization's greenhouse gas working group meeting in London this week has been given added impetus following the publication of the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) synthesis report, providing a top line overview of findings from the world's leading climate scientists. Limiting warming to the Paris Agreement's 1.5°C requires rapid ...
  • PXGEO secures more work in Brazil
    Marine seismic player PXGEO has won a contract from the Sépia consortium for a 3D ocean bottom node survey in the Santos Basin, Brazil. The survey is to be acquired in water depths to 2300 m and last for approximately four months. The Sépia consortium comprises Petrobras, TotalEnergies, Qatar Energy and Petronas Petróleo Brasil, with ...
  • Global merchant fleet ageing rapidly
    The global merchant fleet is getting old fast with a growing number of experts suggesting shipping could face a bottleneck in the coming years as a paucity of available newbuild slots fail to cover the volume of ships hitting their demolition age. Data from Greece's Xclusiv Shipbrokers shows that in the space of the last ...
  • Edda Wind scores vessel contracts with Vestas
    Norwegian offshore wind contractor Edda Wind has secured work from wind turbine maker Vestas for its commissioning service operation vessels in 2024 and 2025. The Oslo-listed company said the contracts total a minimum of 750 days of firm work with options for extension of each work scope. The deals have been signed at rates above ...
  • Samskip contracts Indian yard to build up to four hydrogen-powered boxships
    European containerline Samskip has contracted India's Cochin Shipyard to build a pair of hydrogen fuel cell-propelled boxships. The contract comes with options for two more vessels. The ships, due for delivery from the second half of 2025, will be able to carry 365 45 ft long high cube containers. The vessels are equipped with hydrogen ...
  • Spliethoff targeted by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority
    The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has handed down a 90-day ban to Netherlands-flagged ship Flevogracht. AMSA detained the general cargo ship Flevogracht, operated by the Spliethoff Group, after the ship's rescue boat engine was found to be defective. AMSA had previously issued Spliethoff with two warning letters, outlining concerns over the seaworthiness of their ...
  • Peel Ports buys English bulk terminal
    Peel Ports bought HES Humber Bulk Terminal on the east coast of the UK from Rotterdam-based HES International. Claudio Veritiero, chief executive of Peel Ports Group, said: "The acquisition of HES Humber Bulk Terminal is an important investment for Peel Ports Group, expanding our presence into the east of England." The dry bulk terminal has ...
  • Intoxicated pilot blamed for boxship prang at Kaohsiung port
    A drunken pilot has been blamed for a containership prang at the port of Kaohsiung in Taiwan yesterday morning. The 2006-built, 6,800 teu ploughed straight into Pier 77, causing sizeable damage to to the concrete quayside. Port officials had noticed that the speed of the ship was too fast and sent a warning by radio ...
  • SIPG-backed new terminal opens in Lianyungang
    A new container terminal has opened at Lianyungang, a port city in northern Jiangsu province located in between Shanghai and Qingdao. Lianyungang Hulian Container Co is a joint venture between Shanghai International Port Group (SIPG) and the Port of Lianyungang Lianyungang port and SIPG inked a strategic cooperation agreement in 2021, which has seen the ...
  • Canadian National Railway reaches tentative agreements with union, averts strike
    Canadian National Railway (CN), one of Canada's two major freight railroads, has reached new tentative collective agreements with Unifor Local 100 and Council 4000, averting a strike that could have started this week. The collective agreements cover approximately 3,000 employees working in various departments such as mechanical, intermodal, facility management, and in clerical positions in ...
  • Enstructure acquires Richardson Companies, further expands Gulf Coast terminal network
    Enstructure, a US marine terminal and logistics company, has acquired Richardson Companies, a terminal and logistics company with primary operations in Port Houston and the Port of Mobile. Richardson handles a diverse mix of breakbulk cargoes, including steel products, forest products, and project cargo. The company operates approximately 1m square feet of industrial warehousing in ...

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Lloyd's List web site
MARCH 21, 2023
  • Banking turbulence amplifies capital-raising difficulties for shipping
    Huge profits earned by shipowners have lessened lending needs but finance for retrofitting vessels to manage greenhouse gas emissions targets...
  • Shell study sets target for hydrogen and biofuels in bunkers
    Shell suggests 10,000 ships will need to operate on hydrogen or hydrogen-based fuels by 2040
  • Government support will be necessary for eBL adoption
    Momentum is growing behind electronic bills of lading. But full adoption will not be possible without public sector support
  • Maersk reveals pioneering methanol boxship design
    Trailblazing containership is expected to use very low sulphur fuel oil until arrangements have been made for the regular sourcing...
  • Sanctioned tanker in collision with Dynacom panamax off Venezuela
    A US-sanctioned long range one tanker has been involved in collision with Dynacom's panamax crude oil tanker Kerala. The latter...
  • Orderbook impasse is turning tankers into 'cash machines', say owners
    Executives from nine of the world's largest tanker-owning companies say they will not order expensive new ships amid regulatory uncertainty
  • TS Lines offloads feeder boxships for 'above market' price
    Latest sales bring tally of containerships sold this year by container line operator to eight vessels, as the Taipei-based company...
  • Grindrod Shipping names Buttery as chief in reshuffle
    Interim chief executive and chief financial officer Stephen Griffiths will retire
  • HMM boxship detained in Taiwan after collision with quay
    No casualties or oil leak has been reported. Vessel is restricted from leaving the port even though it 'maintains perfect...
  • Skuld combined ratio 'well below 100%'
    Oslo-based P&I club hints underwriting performance last year will be in same order as Norwegian rival Gard, as International Group...
  • Oldendorff Carriers names Hutchins chief as Twiss steps down
    Family-owned dry bulk charterer appoints Patrick Hutchins to replace Peter Twiss as chief executive
  • Welcome aboard, UBS!
    It remains to be seen whether UBS will see shipping as 'strategic' or 'non-core'
  • CDB Leasing offers $284m for two LNG carriers from GasLog
    Bermuda-registered sellers are linked to two large-sized LNG carriers under GasLog Partners and GagLog Ltd, data shows
  • Norway and Singapore agree maritime decarbonisation deal with IMO
    'Joining forces through this co-operation will strengthen the support to decarbonising the maritime sector in developing countries,' says Norwegian climate...
  • Maritime completely abandoning fossil fuels is not realistic
    Shipping should look to reduce carbon emissions rather than trying to go carbon-free, forum hears
  • Daily Briefing
    Flags refute claims as ITF vows crackdown on 'substandard shipping' | China doesn't matter for dry bulk, says Clarksons |...

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The Journal of Commerce web site
MARCH 21, 2023
  • ILWU Canada triggers federal intervention in contract talks with employers
    ILWU Canada is seeking significant wage increases, while automation of cargo-handling equipment, a source of tension in past contract negotiations, will likely once again be a prominent issue.
  • Knight-Swift to buy truckload carrier U.S. Xpress for $808 million
    Knight-Swift, the largest US truckload provider, will substantially expand its reach and scalability for shippers with the purchase of U.S. Xpress, the country's ninth-largest truckload carrier.
  • New IMO rules muddying vessel strategy for MPV, heavy-lift owners
    MPV and heavy-lift vessel owners need clarity on emissions, alternative fuels, and regulations before committing to new vessel schemes.
  • Disruptions always lurking in container shipping: analyst
    While the ocean shipping market has largely normalized after COVID-19, stakeholders would be wise to pursue a business strategy that takes operationally disruptive events into account, writes analyst Lars Jensen.
  • Cash-rich ocean carriers can ride out market downturn: AlixPartners
    Carriers can use their windfall profits of the COVID-19 era to withstand the market downturn and are investing in strategic ways to supplement core liner shipping activities.
  • Proactive approach to ISPM 15 progressing despite roadblocks
    Breakbulk shippers and logistics providers have several proposals for changes to ISPM 15 mitigation and enforcement measures pending approval from the USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service.

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TradeWinds web site
MARCH 21, 2023
  • Cool experience: LNG shipowner and sponsor Idan Ofer celebrate NY listing
    Coolco has transferred its listing from Oslo to New york
  • Citi's Michael Parker urges IMO to commit to deeper emissions cuts by 2050
    Veteran shipping lender and Poseidon Principles chairman said the Paris Climate Agreement will be out of reach without IMO leadership
  • Norden commits to capesize market by snapping up two ships
    Danish owner-operator hopes to ultimately operate a fleet of up to 25 capesize vessels
  • Crude trade shifts to US Gulf as global prices fall
    Turmoil in the oil market is good for tankers, says broker Lorentzen & Co
  • Alternative CII rating index aims to reward productive ships
    Emissions index that removes time spent in port to focus on cargo carried submitted to IMO by online freight platform Shipnext
  • Columbia's Mark O'Neil urges shipping to shift focus because fossil fuels are going nowhere
    Industry needs to capture more carbon as geopolitical tensions work against a "zero" world, CEO says
  • Capital Product Partners bags $34.4m from Akadimos container ship fixture
    Deal reflects buoyant charter market for neo-panamax container ships
  • SGMF rolls out first guides for ammonia and hydrogen as marine fuels
    Lifecycle analysis work on two alternative fuel options is underway as industry body fills in information jigsaw
  • 'Exponential' rise pushes VLCCs to $113,000 as smaller ships benefit
    Upwards march continues for tanker rates as Europe takes record amount of US crude
  • Shell scenario sees need for 10,000 hydrogen ships in service by 2040
    Decision-making aid designed to 'stretch thinking' on energy security moves
  • Venezuela oil minister quits amid export corruption probe
    Tareck El Aissami says that he will support the inquiry into 'serious acts of corruption' at PDVSA
  • Oldendorff Carriers makes further staff changes as two of its leaders retire
    Staff will be moved around following the news that the CEO of the bulker owner-operator is stepping down
  • Vitol sees oil demand rising 2m bpd in 2023 as it reveals $505bn revenue
    Trading giant continues it focus on the energy transition in shipping as it benefits from war disruption
  • Heidmar targets 20 more ships as it eyes 'highly fragmented' bulker sector
    Pool player and manager has big plans as it prepares to list on Nasdaq
  • Langh and Samskip deploy biofuel on feeder container ship
    Efforts to reduce carbon footprint is yielding 'positive results'
  • Excelerate Energy secures $600m in credit for FSRU buy from Maran Gas Maritime
    Regasifiction specialist borrowing $250m to exercise purchase option on three-year-old unit
  • S&P train steams on as Chartworld doubles its money on older product tanker
    Shipowner reportedly offloads clean carrier for huge profit less than two years after buying it
  • Cook Islands says abandonment cases falling as it responds to ITF attack
    Register was named one of the four worst flags operating in the Mediterranean
  • Peter Twiss retires from Oldendorff Carriers - effective immediately
    Low-key Canadian has been instrumental in turning family-run shipowner into the world's biggest bulker operator
  • Germany's EnBW scours market for owners to book LNG carrier quartet
    Market players can offer in on one or more of four shipyard berths in South Korea that have been pre-reserved at strong prices
  • Stolt Tankers snaps up modern Turkish duo as it tackles ageing fleet
    Stolt-Nielsen company has big retrofit plans for stainless steel vessels
  • Tumbling oil price to trigger a rise of storage in tanker boost
    Oil prices tumble to 15-month low following banking turmoil
  • Cash-rich HMM expands into the red-hot car carrier sector
    The liner company has ordered three new PCTCs worth more than $300m against charter contracts from Hyundai Glovis
  • Spliethoff accused of 'pattern of unacceptable performance' as ship banned
    Dutch owner's Flevogracht barred by Australia for 90 days following two warning letters about seaworthiness
  • Debate rages over demand outlook for looming LNG newbuilding wave
    Plenty of LNG carriers are set to hit the water in the coming years, but can the market absorb them all?
  • Italy's second FSRU hoves into view for Snam
    The regasification vessel is due to start operations in Piombino in May
  • Safe Bulkers lines up $17m share buyback despite profit shrinking
    Stock rises 2.4% in New York after announcement
  • Buttery takes the reins at Singapore's Grindrod Shipping
    Interim CEO and CFO Griffiths set to return to UK after 13 years as US-listed shipowner reshapes top team
  • Samsung and Kongsberg look to develop autonomous LNG carriers
    Shipbuilder says an autonomous LNG carrier design would reduce operational risk and costs.
  • Royal Caribbean recruits FedEx autonomous guru to board
    US-listed cruise line continues to bolster technological know-how with latest senior appointment
  • Kabir Ship Recyling becomes Bangladesh's third HKC-compliant yard
    Options for green recycling improve as Bangladesh offers top dollar for tonnage
  • Buttery takes the reins at Singapore's Grindrod Shipping
    Interim CEO and CFO Griffiths set to return to UK after 13 years as US-listed shipowner reshapes top team

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American Shipper web site
MARCH 21, 2023
  • Bad luck hampers start of WestJet freighter operations
    WestJet can't seem to catch a break getting its new cargo airline off the ground. It had to postpone the fleet launch another month, and the conversion facility is taking longer than expected to complete the final aircraft.
  • Inflation triggers major user fee increases at FMC
    Fees to register a business or file complaints at the Federal Maritime Commission will be significantly higher in 2023 to account for higher agency costs.
  • February volumes soften at South Carolina Ports
    Although February volumes at SC Ports were down 13% year over year, they still represented the second-highest total for the month in port history.
  • DSV snaps up Arizona trucking, logistics companies
    DSV is rapidly building up its logistics infrastructure in Arizona, an emerging market for semiconductors and electric vehicles.

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FEPORT discussed the effects on ports and terminalists of EU climate rules
Saintes Maries de la Mer
Highlights the need for European governments to transpose the minimum corporate tax directive to avoid distortions caused by tonnage tax
In 2022, combined European transport marked a slight decline.
Historical record of national volumes, while international traffic has decreased by -0.5%
An engine failure of an oil tanker in the Suez Canal has not stopped traffic in the waterway.
The "Seavigour" transports crude from Russia to China
Renewed the national contract of the mowers and barcaioli
Average economic increase of 175 euros
Renewal of the concession to PSA Venice
It will have a duration of 25 years. A planned investment of 78.6 million euros and a traffic growth of up to 500mila teu. Concession to Veneta Cementi
For its own decarbonisation, shipping does not have to rely too much on e-fuel
For its own decarbonisation, shipping does not have to rely too much on e-fuel
The Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping warns to take into account the future availability and prices of electro-fuels
EU Commission presents five legislative proposals on maritime safety and prevention of marine pollution caused by ships
The aim is also to align European standards with international regulations
A quarter of Russian companies are in danger of disrupting production for the difficulty of receiving goods from abroad
The first vice president of the Center for Strategic Research in Moscow
Truckers denounce the blocking of actions to improve the operation of trucks in the port of Spezia
The Spezia
Perhaps-they accuse the trade associations-it is the will to maintain the status quo
L'ultima lettura del Goods Trade Barometer della WTO segnala una ripresa che però potrebbe essere assai accidentata
The latest reading of the WTO's Goods Trade Barometer signals a recovery, but one that could be very bumpy
Positive signals come from export sales orders
L'ultimo rapporto di AGCS evidenzia la notevole diminuzione della perdita totale di navi
The latest GATS report shows the significant decrease in the total loss of vessels
Johannesburg/London/Madrid/Munich/New York/Paris/Rotterdam/Singapore
In 2022 the number dropped by -36%. Sinking, fire/explosion and collision are the most frequent causes of accidents
Port of Livorno, interdicted four entrepreneurs and three companies
Seized more than 8mila euros to a port authority official
Le Aziende informano
La Ant. Bellettieri & Co., presente da più di 140 anni nel Porto di Civitavecchia, opera nella logistica portuale e nell'intermodalità mare, ferro, gomma
L'elvetica Accelleron ha acquisito Officine Meccaniche Torino
Switzerland's Accelleron has acquired Officine Meccaniche Torino
The Rivoli-based company is a leading manufacturer of injection systems for marine engines
Grimaldi orders two more new Pure Car & Truck Carrier Ships from 9,000 ceu
Naples / Rome
Affirmed the reliance on Grimaldi Euromed of maritime territorial continuity on the Civitavecchia-Arbatax-Cagliari route
GEODIS has bought Swiss Transport & Shipping helvetica
In 2022, it recorded a turnover of 58 million Swiss francs
Conference in Genoa on the State of Implementation of the National Logistics Platform
Organized by Federlogistics and Conftransporto-Confcommerce, it will be held next Monday
Livorno, air quality monitoring campaign in neighboring city areas to port
The discovery campaign will last 240 days
Fincantieri agreement in Canada to propose "Vigilance" patrolman for the Royal Canadian Navy
Two initiatives to commemorate Giuseppe Bono
On June 30 in Genoa, the second edition of the Youngster Shipping Summer Party will take place
The event is promoted by Assagents
Fincantieri will build the third NFS submarine of the Italian Navy's Navy
The first two batons will be delivered in 2027 and 2029
ABB plans a whale tail for the propulsion of small and medium-sized ships
ABB plans a whale tail for the propulsion of small and medium-sized ships
The first prototype will be available in 2025
Final free route to the link between the port of Ancona and the State Road 16
Aquaroli : It is a fundamental work for the development of the port, Ancona and the Marche
Visual Sailing List
Departure ports
Arrival ports by:
- alphabetical order
- country
- geographical areas
CMA CGM has completed the acquisition of La Méridionale
Next order for two new LNG ships announced
Venice Boat Show inaugurated
Over 220 exhibitors. 300 boats presented, 240 of which in the water
MSC Crociere ha preso in consegna la nuova MSC Euribia
MSC Cruises took in delivery the new MSC Euribia
In the ship yard of Chantiers de l'Atlantique also took place the coin ceremony of "MSC World America"
Agreement between the AdSP of the Central Adriatic and the regional agency of the Marches for environmental protection
Yang Ming orders to HHI the construction of five portacontainer from 15.500 teu
Commitment worth $927.9 million
Port of Genoa, procedural errors in paperwork reduced by 70%
this is the result of what was experienced during a course organised by the Harbour Master's Office and Assagenti
Confitarma expresses satisfaction at EU approval for road-sea intermodality support, but denounces lack of resources
Mattioli: We hope that the new government will open a concrete discussion with the armament industry on this issue in view of the next Budget Law
KHI and DNV will define a method to calculate the CO2 emissions of the liquefied hydrogen supply chain
Specific memorandum of understanding signed
The Spanish FENADISMER will start a new class action against oil companies
They are accused of taking advantage of the effects of the conflict in Udrain to apply a surcharge to fuels
Eni Agreement - RINA for the energy transition and decarbonization of naval transport
Among the purposes, the development...
Chinese investment in the Suez Canal Economic Zone
Production activities will be installed
In the first trimester of this year the traffic of the goods in the Croatian ports has grown of +14,9%
The increase is determined by the rise of the bulk volumes
Event in Genoa for the relaunch of the economy of the sea
The sector - it has been emphasized - in recent decades has been dramatically underestimated in its potential
Assiterminal, Assologistica and Fise-Uniport Convention for Safety at Work
It is by definition with the support of RINA
CMA CGM compra il quotidiano economico francese “La Tribune”
CMA CGM buys the French economic daily "La Tribune"
The company is already active in publishing with the newspapers "La Provence" and "Corse Matin"
Next month Metrans will activate an intermodal link Rijeka-Budapest
The terminal of the Hungarian capital will be connected to the Serb terminal of Indija
Ok to a contribution of 2.2 million to the genoese harbour company CULMV
Resolution approved by the Management Committee
ITA Airways, confirmed the agreement with Lufthansa
Uilt, important now to realize the objectives of development and growth of the industrial plan
German Schües is the new president of the BIMCO
Subentra to Sabrina Chao who concluded his biennial term
PSA has acquired a minority share in the Vietnamese logistics company Sotrans
It was ceded by Indo Trans Logistics Corporation
Inaugurated the second phase of the Vietnamese container terminal of Nam Dinh Vu (Haipong)
You have Phong
It has an annual capacity pairs to 1,2 million teu
In April the traffic of the goods in the port of Barcelona is dropped of -7.8%
The decrease has been determined by the decrease of the container, in particular by the ones in transit
TIL orders ZPMC nine cranes of quay for the TPO/TNMSC terminal of the port of Le Havre
Le Havre
They will be able to serve ships from 24,000 teu
GNV expands its support to the project for the protection of turtles and cetaceans in the Mediterranean
The researchers, as well as on the Naples-Palermo route, are being housed on board the ships deployed on the Barcelona-Tangier and Valencia-Palma routes.
Positive the first quarter of MPC Container Ships
The Norwegian company is concerned that supply growth in the segment of large container carriers could also have an impact on the fleets operated on intra-regional routes
UniCredit funds the first two investments in the ZES area of the Nola Interport
From the bank, a total of 17 million in favour of Spa Themes and the Farvima Medicaid group.
PSA-Kazakhstan Railways Agreement for the development of the Transcaspic Corridor
Singapore / Astana
It was signed today on the occasion of the Kazakhstan-Singapore Business Forum
In April, traffic in the port of Valencia fell by -14.2% percent.
In the first quarter of 2023, the decline was -9.6% percent.
Intercargo accounts for 32% of the capacity of the world's bulk fleet of bulk carriers
The association has more than 3,200 bulk carriers in charge
Italian Ports:
Ancona Genoa Ravenna
Augusta Gioia Tauro Salerno
Bari La Spezia Savona
Brindisi Leghorn Taranto
Cagliari Naples Trapani
Carrara Palermo Trieste
Civitavecchia Piombino Venice
Italian Interports: list World Ports: map
ShipownersShipbuilding and Shiprepairing Yards
ForwardersShip Suppliers
Shipping AgentsTruckers
On May 25 in Genoa, a conference will be held on the programming, operation and management of transport networks
It is organized by the International Institute of Communications and CIFI
On May 26 in Genoa, the first Mare Global Forum will take place
It is organized by the Strategic Advisory Centre "Giuseppe Bono"
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Budget proposes to cut tax on containers used in shipping
(The Daily Observer)
Exclusive: Malaysian tycoon weighs selling a stake in $2.7 bln port business -sources
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FORUM of Shipping
and Logistics
Relazione del presidente Daniele Rossi
Napoli, 30 settembre 2020
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