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07 December 2023 - Year XXVII
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12:01 GMT+1
September 22, 2023

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Exim India web site
SEPTEMBER 22, 2023
  • Jumbo-SAL Alliance & Sai Maritime & Management add one more feat to their list of accomplishments
  • HTOA conducts its 16th AGM in Mumbai
  • Roll out of Mobile X-Ray Container Scanners (MXCS) Installed at APMT and NSICT/DP WORLD Terminals and working hours of MXCS at NSICT/ DP WORLD (Scan Mode-M2) and APMT (Scanned Mode- M3)
  • Major Ports showing marginal traffic growth
  • Contracting of product tanker newbuilds at 10-year high
  • Global economy stronger, but challenges remain: Outlook
  • Implementation of Ex-Bond Shipping Bill in ICES 1.5
  • CMA CGM to enhance its ASEA KENYA service
  • India's GDP growth revised up to 6.2 pc in FY24
  • Ship agency tariff in Turkey to go up
  • Sustainability Charges at Dighi Port
  • DNV awards AiP to system for liquefied hydrogen carrier

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International Transport Journal web site
SEPTEMBER 22, 2023
  • A jewel on the Rio Grande
  • More than an H2 filling station
  • Proper destruction of fraud material
  • Liverpool FC and UPS partnership kicks off
  • Menzies appoints new EVP of AMI
  • Another mega vessel for MSC
  • Cancer detection not only in the capital
  • Woodland Group's new Dewsbury facility
  • Crediting renewable fuels with CCF
  • Icelandair Cargo: managing director steps down
  • Overcoming bottlenecks on the Rhine
  • BAE Systems and HAV sign MOU
  • Three years in Pall-Ex Group
  • A regular container train from Moscow to Siberia
  • Hermes hires industry veteran as sales director
  • From barge to dredger: Damen's "Sayonara"
  • Porky Pig's relatives not allowed to enter USA
  • "Curiosity of the Day"

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The Loadstar web site
SEPTEMBER 21, 2023
  • Air India targeting pharma trade with air freight fleet capacity set to quadruple
  • MSC's second-hand ship shopping spree continues despite declining vessel values
  • Little hope of 2024 upturn in box shipping trades, says Yang Ming
  • FedEx's belt-tightening on track... while goading UPS
  • Are China's ports and shipping companies being used to spy on the world?
  • Speedcargo trials at Etihad show how AI can improve air cargo operations
  • Giridharan Srinivasan named as new India area general manager for Etihad Cargo

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Marine Log web site
SEPTEMBER 21, 2023
  • ABB solutions picked for Samskip's hydrogen-powered newbuilds
    The two hydrogen fueled short sea containerships ordered by Rotterdam-headquartered Samskip earlier this year will feature a comprehensive ABB power, propulsion and automation system On order at India's Cochin Shipyard for deliveries
  • MARAD springs a surprise in marine highway grant awards
    MARAD's latest round of marine highway grant awards include one that may come as a surprise: $600,000 to study conversion of the historic coal-burning ferry SS Badger to a zero-emission vessel -
  • Freire lays keel of new Briggs Marine maintenance support vessel
    Spain's Freire Shipyard is moving right along on the 40-meter maintenance support vessel ordered by U.K.-based Briggs Marine in March, holding a keel laying ceremony for the vessel on September 19. "It's

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Container News web site
SEPTEMBER 21, 2023
  • COSCO and State Power Investment sign cooperation deal
    China COSCO SHIPPING and State Power Investment signed an online Memorandum of Cooperation Agreement on 20 September. Both sides will increase synergies, take advantage of their respective business benefits and develop a comprehensive and multi-level strategic relationship. The two companies will continue to develop strategic collaboration in green energy, shipping logistics, infrastructure build
  • ABB to power Samskip's new hydrogen-fuelled container ships
    ABB will deliver a comprehensive power distribution system for two newbuild short-sea container ships of the global logistics company Samskip Group headquartered in Rotterdam, Netherlands. In particular, the vessels will be among the world's first of their kind to use hydrogen as a fuel. The order was booked in the second quarter of 2023, but financial details were not disclosed. Also, the 135-me
  • HMM to become minority owner of Polaris Shipping
    South Korea's flagship box line HMM is set to become a minor shareholder in compatriot shipping outfit Polaris Shipping, which focuses on operating very large ore carriers. HMM and state-backed ship finance institution Korea Ocean Business Corporation are participating as financial investors in Woori Private Equity Asset Management (Woori PE), a private equity fund headed by Woori Financial Group
  • Kalmar gains cyber security certification
    Cargotec-owned manufacturing firm Kalmar has received IEC 62443-4-1 certification for its One automation system, which was developed by the Kalmar Technology and Competence Centre in Tampere, Finland. IEC 62443-4-1 is one of several standards that define the process criteria for the secure development of products used in industrial automation and control systems (IACS). It describes the cyber sec
  • VICT handles largest boxship arriving in Australia
    Port of Melbourne's Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT) welcomes the 10,000 TEU container ship CMA CGM Pelleas. In particular, at 350 meters in length, the container vessel is the largest ever to dock in an Australian port. The ship is nearly 43 meters wide. VICT's chief executive officer, Bruno Porchietto, says that super-sized vessels like CMA CGM Pelleas are likely to become more
  • Port of Oakland introduces zero-emission vehicles
    The Port of Oakland collaborated with community partners to offer a Zero Emissions Truck Ride and Drive event, giving port workers personal experience with cutting-edge zero-emission vehicles. On Friday, 15 September, the Californian port cooperated with the Harbor Trucking Association, CALSTART, California's Hybrid and Zero-Emissions Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Project (HVIP), the California
  • Hapag-Lloyd starts rollout of Starlink to its fleet
    Following a successful pilot phase, German ocean carrier Hapag-Lloyd has decided to proceed with the rollout of Starlink satellite internet technology across its vessel fleet. Since May, crew members aboard four pilot Hapag-Lloyd ships have had the opportunity to test the Starlink technology and the feedback from these trials has been very positive, according to Hapag-Lloyd. "The high-speed satel
  • Magaya selects Thoughtworks for cloud platform modernisation on AWS
    Magaya Corporation, a logistics and supply chain automation software provider, selected Thoughtworks to support its cloud platform modernisation on Amazon Web Services, Inc. This project is a significant step forward for Magaya in enabling greater security, stability, and interoperability across all Magaya products and third-party applications. Moving to AWS's public cloud is also a massive boost
  • Maersk opens new warehouse in Cameroon
    Maersk has announced the opening of a new, technology-driven Warehousing & Distribution (W&D) facility in Douala, Cameroon. Maersk's new facility is located within the Douala Port Zone, which serves as a gateway to several markets within Central Africa. "With the rapid expansion of the middle-class population in the region, there is a growing demand for goods, especially in the FMCG sector. The P
  • PEMA and ICHCA pen cooperation agreement
    Port Equipment Manufacturers Association (PEMA) and International Cargo Handling Coordination Association (ICHCA) have signed a collaboration Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). Through this agreement, the two associations aim to enable each organisation to better achieve their objectives through a programme of cooperation. This will include agreed actions and initiatives, meetings, sharing and ex

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Splash web site
SEPTEMBER 21, 2023
  • Fearnleys takes over Ocean Shipbrokers
    Norwegian shipbroker Fearnleys has snapped up UK-based Ocean Shipbrokers, bolstering its activities in tankers, sale and purchase and LPG. Fearnleys said the move will see the company double the size of its tanker team, client reach and market coverage. Set up in 2006, Ocean Shipbrokers has a tanker presence in Beijing, Singapore, Dubai, Geneva, Oslo ...
  • McDermott scores contract win offshore Brazil
    Houston-based subsea and deepwater engineering and construction player McDermott has won a contract from PRIO, formerly PetroRio, for work on the Wahoo field, offshore Brazil. The deal covers the transportation and installation of around 30 km of coated 10-inch rigid pipelines and associated subsea structures. Once installed, the pipelines will connect the Wahoo field to ...
  • ABB to power Samskip's hydrogen-fuelled containerships
    European containerline Samskip has tapped Swiss tech firm ABB for the provision of complete power, propulsion and automation systems for its hydrogen-powered container vessels. ABB will deliver the system for Samskip's two newbuild short-sea container ships which will be among the first of their kind to use hydrogen as a fuel. Financial details of the ...
  • Zulu Associates' autonomous zero-emission boxship enters design phase
    Belgian maritime innovator Zulu Associates has contracted Dutch firm Conoship International to advance the design of the Zulu Mass 200 teu shortsea container vessel. The vessel concept, which received approval in principle from Lloyds Register, is planned to be initially operational with Anglo Belgian Shipping Company on Green Corridors between the European continent and the ...
  • Semco and A.P. Moller Holding unit secure work on Ørsted's wind farms off Germany
    Denmark-based contractor Semco Maritime and fellow service provider KK Wind Solutions, part of A.P. Moller Holding, have secured a contract from renewable energy group Ørsted to work on itsGerman offshore wind farms. The contract with an undisclosed value covers high voltage services at Borkum Riffgrund 1 & 2 and Gode Wind 1 & 2. The ...
  • CK Line taps Huangpu Wenchong for pair of feeder boxships
    South Korea's CK Line has ordered a pair of feeder containerships at Huangpu Wenchong Shipbuilding in China. The Seoul-based firm has signed up for 2,700 teu ships in its first deal with the CSSC-affiliated specialist in feeder construction. The price and delivery dates for the 188.8m-long SDARI designed ships have not been revealed. Brokers are ...
  • Chinese yard books first VLCCs
    The world has a new yard accepting VLCC orders. Hengli Heavy Industry, the yard formerly known as STX Dalian, has been tasked by its oil refining parent, Hengli Group, to build two 306,000 dwt tankers scheduled for delivery in September 2025 and February 2026. The yard's bulker-focused orderbook now tops 30 ships. STX Dalian was ...
  • Polaris Shipping sold to Korean private equity
    One of the biggest operators of large bulk carriers in the world will remain in Korean hands with news today that buyers of Polaris Shipping have been confirmed. Multiple media sources in South Korea are reporting that Woori Private Equity Asset Management Co has been selected as the preferred bidder to take over the shipping ...
  • Allianz warns of growing risks amid 'epic' offshore wind growth
    German insurance firm Allianz has warned that the offshore wind market must be wary of many challenges and learn from past losses in the midst of an 'epic' global offshore wind roll-out. More than 99% of the total global offshore wind installation is in Europe and Asia-Pacific today, but the US is investing heavily in ...
  • Singapore's Jasper Investments and Berlitz Marine forge offshore tie-up
    Singapore-based Jasper Investments has entered into a strategic collaboration framework agreement with fellow vessel owner and operator Berlitz Marine to expand and grow the company's core marine and offshore business. The duo will look into various ventures, including the acquisition, operation and management of offshore support vessels for deployment in the Southeast Asia and Gulf ...
  • Shipping's top brass have itchy feet
    Recruitment firm Faststream has just published its latest Senior Maritime Executive Report in which it is clear shipping's top brass have itchy feet. There has been movement at the top with over a quarter of respondents saying they had changed jobs in the last two years, but 15% regretted doing so. The commonality of their ...
  • UK gives green light to RWE's Welsh offshore wind farm
    UK Secretary of State for Energy Security and Net Zero Claire Coutinho has given the go-ahead to Wales' largest renewable energy investment this decade - RWE's Awel y Môr offshore wind farm. The project will be located alongside the operational 576 MW Gwynt y Môr offshore wind farm (pictured above) and is planned to be ...
  • Sohmen-Pao puts Oslo Børs on alert
    Andreas Sohmen-Pao used his primetime speaking slot at yesterday's Pareto Securities' 30th Annual Energy Conference to warn attendees in the Norwegian capital that Oslo is no longer the attractive place to list that it once was. Sohmen-Pao, whose BW Group empire is one of the largest names on the Oslo Børs, voiced his concerns about ...
  • Standard Supply flips another PSV
    Norwegian PSV owner Standard Supply has cashed in on one of Northern Supply's mid-sized units. The Oslo-listed company is shipping out the 2008-built for $9.5m. Standard Supply picked up the sister ship to the FS Braemar for $6m when the company lifted its ownership in Northern Supply from 28% to 51% in June 2022. The ...
  • K Line unveils draft survey app
    Japan's Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line) has developed a draft survey application in partnership with compatriots Miotsukushi Analytics and TIS. The app is designed to use artificial intelligence (AI) to recognise the water surface and the draft mark from the image captured with a smartphone and to display the accurate draft level with the impact ...
  • Latsco contracts for three ultramaxes at Oshima
    Greece's Latsco Shipping has ordered three 64,000 dwt bulk carriers at Oshima Shipbuilding, Japan's largest shipyard by orderbook. Latsco's first move in dry cargo was in 2016 when it acquired four secondhand supramaxes. Latsco now controls a fleet of LNG, LPG, tankers, bulkers and containers. This week's orders mark the first time the shipping line ...
  • What life will be like onboard at the start of the next decade
    Nick Chubb, founder of UK maritime tech consultancy Thetius, gets creative, giving readers a guided tour of a methanol-powered ship traversing the world's oceans in late 2030. The MT Zero is a dual-fuel methanol carrier. It can carry 200,000 cu mof methanol and trades between the Gulf of Mexico and the European Union. The words ...

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Lloyd's List web site
SEPTEMBER 21, 2023
  • MSC firms up newbuilding contracts for cruiseship pair at Fincantieri
    Latest two ships in six-ship series will feature hydrogen fuel cells for zero-emission port operations and will be able to...
  • Nigerian seafarers need upskilling as digital technologies evolve
    With a looming seafarer shortage, finding new pools of talent is becoming urgent. But unless they are competent in communications...
  • Safety comes at a cost, as Middle East Gulf nav aids charges hiked
    Navigational buoys, lighthouses and radar transponder beacons are all expensive items; energy and salaries have also increased. Reluctance to contribute...
  • Seaspan's ammonia-fuelled ULCS concept advances
    Ultra-large containership would consume 326 tonnes of ammonia per day at an operating speed of 16 knots, three times more...
  • Dry bulk owners right to be disappointed
    Unwinding congestion and more vessel orders will dampen positive deadweight demand in the dry bulk market, according to Maritime Strategies...
  • Zodiac Maritime pens suezmax newbuilding pair at Japanese shipyard
    Latest newbuilding contract is the second Zodiac has placed with a Japanese shipyard this year
  • China's state-owned giants team up on green methanol
    Four state-owned Chinese companies including Cosco Shipping, agree to work together to create a supply chain for green methanol. Sources...
  • Toro asset-play profits poised to top $100m with latest tanker sales
    Nasdaq-listed owner looks set to be left with six vessels, including four liquefied petroleum gas carriers, after delivery of its latest...
  • Daily Briefing
    Marine insurance talks with Ukraine falter as two ships test alternative Black Sea grains corridor | Autonomous shipping revolution will...
  • Europe 'can learn' from Asia's strategic focus on shipping
    Greek and German owners combine forces for Brussels roundtable examining shipping's strategic importance for Europe

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The Journal of Commerce web site
SEPTEMBER 21, 2023
  • Estes wins battle to control sale of Yellow terminals amid tightening LTL capacity
    A US bankruptcy court approved a $1.525 billion bid by Estes Express Lines to be the "stalking horse" that sets the floor price for Yellow's terminals at auction, controlling their sale in November.
  • LA-LB must do more to reduce port emissions despite 2022 declines: regulator
    Emissions spiked at the ports during the pandemic due to record container volumes and unprecedented supply chain bottlenecks that caused ships to idle at anchorage and trucks to back up at terminal gates.
  • August volume boost, FAK rate revisions drive India-Europe rates higher
    Signaling some growth expectations, Indian container volumes saw gains in August, hitting 1.9 million TEUs, up 14% from 1.7 million TEUs a year earlier.
  • Trans-Atlantic blank sailings to ease despite loss-making rate levels
    Carriers appear reluctant to make the drastic capacity reductions required to match supply with demand on the westbound trade lane, leaving rates far below pre-pandemic levels.

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TradeWinds web site
SEPTEMBER 21, 2023
  • Supramax bulkers hit 10-month high as Black and Mediterranean seas stay 'very hot'
    Demand outweighs supply in these regions, according to BRS Shipbrokers
  • Deutsche Bank takes down crude estimates but shows love for Scorpio Tankers
    Analysts were too optimistic about third-quarter performance by Euronav, Frontline and International Seaways
  • TV screenwriter looks at infamous Brillante Virtuoso fraud case
    Insurers remain frustrated despite winning high-profile court case
  • Delivery of MSC Group's hydrogen fuel cell cruise newbuilds slides by another year
    Swiss giant and Italian yard Fincantieri announce firm order
  • Will Economou and Galloway's activist stances spread to other Maxim shipowners?
    Criticism of US investment bank mounts amid share deal spats at Performance Shipping and Imperial Petroleum
  • Can the first commercial hydrogen carriers meet 2030 project target?
    Optimism abounds that elements can be designed but high hurdles remain if they are to be brought together
  • Just say 'no' to newbuildings, Pareto research head tells public tanker owners
    Leave ordering to private owners and focus on dividends, Eirik Haavaldsen says
  • Euronav's Barstad warns shadow fleet set to swell as Russian exports dip
    Meanwhile, tanker giant blames inefficient scrapping market for dark tonnage
  • Frontline's Barstad warns shadow fleet set to swell as Russian exports dip
    Meanwhile, Euronav blames inefficient scrapping market for dark tonnage
  • Russia cuts diesel exports to tackle domestic price rises
    1.5m barrels per day of refined products exported to new markets after European embargo
  • Fearnleys seals deal to buy Ocean Shipbrokers as it boosts tanker presence
    Combination has been 'a long time coming', Fearnleys CEO says
  • VLCC rates nearly double in a day as charterers 'jump off the fence' for cargoes
    New October lifting dates prove a boon for shipowners as tanker list limited
  • Netflix to dramatise infamous Brillante Virtuoso fraud case in upcoming docuseries
    Insurers remain frustrated despite winning high-profile court case
  • Standard Supply flips another PSV for multi-million profit
    Norwegian owner acquired its ownership in FS Balmoral in 2022
  • Iran threat leaves shipowners caught 'between a rock and a hard place' on US sanctions rules
    Concerns over Iranian retaliation mount as Tehran looks to keep oil revenues flowing
  • Shipping still has a female recruitment problem
    The industry has changed, but not yet enough, Columbia's Claudia Paschkewitz tells TradeWinds
  • Norway's JL Mowinckels marketing its last two tankers for sale
    Chemical carriers were acquired in 2021 from compatriot Hansa Tankers
  • Alex Saverys 'brave' on new fuels, but solutions not there for smaller bulkers, says TMI
    Ed Buttery says bigger owners like CMB will pave the way for 'mere mortals' on alternative bunkers
  • Loss-making bulker owner Atlantska eyeing share sale worth up to $30m
    Croatian company says financial watchdog approves issue of new stock
  • Navigation organisation IFAN raises funds by selling only ship
    Not-for-profit body says Relume was not part of its core activities
  • Greece's Latsco Shipping makes bulker newbuilding debut in Japan
    Owner adds a trio of ultramaxes to its versatile fleet
  • Data sharing initiative helps OSV owners slash 10,000 tonnes of C02 emissions
    Some vessels saw improvements of up to 20% in certain parts of their operation during the trial
  • New Evergreen container ship towed after losing power off Vietnam
    Ever Oath broke down as it approached Vung Tao
  • Inaction not an option: Columbia launches mentor scheme for female cadets
    Experienced office staff to guide and nurture young talent at Schoeller-owned maritime group
  • 'Are you calling for your boyfriend?' Shipping still has a female recruitment problem
    The industry has changed, but not yet enough, Columbia's Claudia Paschkewitz tells TradeWinds
  • Turning point coming for bulkers as 2024 looking 'half-decent', TMI's Ed Buttery says
    London-listed owner increasing charter cover after spot market rises
  • Eyal Ofer's Zodiac Maritime turns to Japan for tanker newbuildings with Imabari debut
    Shipowner inks first crude tanker order at Japan Marine United
  • Bimco tips struggling crude tankers to pick up in 2024
    Chief analyst Niels Rasmussen says market is feeling the strain from Saudi and Russian production cuts but fundamentals remain strong
  • Latest tanker sales serve up more juicy profits for Toro Corp
    Petros Panagiotidis-led shipowner continues to offload tonnage in the face of strong markets
  • More juicy profits for Toro Corp from latest tanker sales
    Petros Panagiotidis-led shipowner continues to offload tonnage in the face of strong markets

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American Shipper web site
SEPTEMBER 21, 2023
  • Trouble ahead: Container shipping rates sinking further into the red
    The recent rate rebound turned out to be fleeting. As rates deteriorate yet again, shipping lines face mounting losses.

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IMO resolution to stop the activity of shadow fleets used to circumvent sanctions
Exhortation to the approx states to scrupulously inspect ships carrying out ship-to-ship operations
The EU Commission has updated the European list of ship recycling facilities
Includes 45 yards, of which 26 are in the European Union
A ONE container of the ONE in failure in the Suez Canal
Naval traffic has not been interrupted
Hoekstra confirms the strategy to mitigate the impact of the ETS on EU ports, but specifies that monitoring will happen on an ongoing basis
MSC in talks to acquire French logistics company Clasquin
After obtaining 42% percent of the capital, an offer will be made for the remaining share
MCL Feeder Services will go under the ownership of Unifeeder
Both companies operate feeder services in the Mediterranean
Seaspan Corporation enters the Naval segment of the Pure Car and Truck Carrier
Will acquire garage ships that will be chartered to Hyundai Glovis
Project for the creation of an autonomous vehicle for combined road-rail transport
It is developed by the Glid Technologies that has signed an agreement with the Port of Woodland
Koper confirms the first container port of the Adriatic
Already exceeded the share of one million uneventful teu since the beginning of the year
Three ships attacked in the Red Sea
Tampa / London
Missiles and drones launched from the Houthi-controlled area. Intervention by the American destroyer "USS Carney"
In the third quarter, the transits of ocean vessels in the Panama Canal decreased by -4.4%
In the first nine months of 2023, shipping traffic fell by -3.3% percent.
The IMO Assembly elected the members of its Council for the biennium 2024-2025
On Thursday, the election of the president and vice president
BLS Cargo hopes for measures to support rail freight transport on the Rhine-Alps corridor
To penalize this mode are mainly the construction sites, the prices of rail tracks and energy.
On Tuesday in Livorno, the experimental phase of the Single Customs and Controls will be launched.
The system favours the coordinated and concurrent control of controls
Record shipping traffic for November in Suez Canal
2,264 ships transited (+ 4.3%)
Fincantieri will acquire Remazel Engineering
The Company specializes in the design and supply of highly customized and high complexity equipment topside equipment
FEPORT, ETA, EMPA and ECASBA are urging the EU Commission to assess without delay the negative impact on European ports of the extension of the ETS to shipping
In the third quarter, the turnover index of the transport services marked a negative trend.
The conjunctural variation is nothing
In the third quarter the port of Tanger Med has handled more than 2.2 million containers (+ 13%)
GPH has detected shares of Royal Caribbean in cruise terminals at ports in Barcelona, Malaga, Singapore and Lisbon
The American group has sold 38% percent of the capital of Barcelona Port Investments to Global Ports Holding.
Meeting in Gioia Tauro ahead of the establishment of the Agency for Port Work
Joy Tauro
It will have to take over the Gioia Tauro Port Agency, whose deadline is set at the end of January.
Italy is out of China's Belt and Road Initiative
Merlo (Federlogistics) : good for ports and logistics, but also for our shipbuilding industry
At Logiport (Grimaldi) the management of the new Darsena ferry Civitavecchia
Above the offer of the Livorno Terminal Marittimo
Uniport presents its strategy to make ports the engine of growth
Legora de Feo : our sector needs today a systemic view of port policies
PSA Italy is set to close 2023 with a traffic of more than two million containers
The volumes in Venice are growing. In Genoa, there is an increase in activity at Sech and a decline in Pra.
Nicolò Iguera is the new president of YoungShip Italy
Renewed the Governing Council for the biennium 2023-25
TX Logistik finalized the acquisition of Exploris Deutschland Holding
Established the second operator of iron freight transport in Germany
SIOT-TAL will invest 44.4 million euros in upgrading of Trieste's Terminale Marino
Work entrusted to the Fincantieri Infrastructure Works Maritime Works
Agostinelli, well the search for Salvini of broader convergences on the proposal for the ETS moratorium
Joy Tauro
The President of the AdSP reiterated the risks to the port of Gioia Tauro
European Council of Transport, not addressing the theme of the risk of loss of competitiveness of transhipment ports caused by EU ETS
No response to the concerns expressed by Cyprus, Croatia, Greece, Italy, Malta and Portugal
ACGM confirms no to the constitution of an agency for the provision of temporary port work in Taranto
Following the march back of the AdSP, antitrust will not propose an appeal to the TAR
Maersk will enhance its facilities and logistical activities in Southeast Asia
Planned investment of more than 500 million
In the port of Valletta the first supply to an electric power ship of the ground network
To equip the five quays of the cold ironing terminal, 49.9 million euros have been invested.
Visual Sailing List
Departure ports
Arrival ports by:
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Agreement of the Italian Academy of Mercantile-De Wave in the field of shipbuilding
Collaboration for the training of technicians for the supervision and installation of facilities on ships
Anthony Veder-Accelleron agreement for assistance to turbochargers of 13 ships
Agreement based on a fixed fee applied to effective hours of operation
Ellerman seals a slot agreement with MSC related to transatlantic shipping routes
It will enter into force on the first January
AdSP of the Northern Adriatic, the Management Committee approves the third change in budget
Confirmed the adjustment of 25.15% of maritime demanial canons for 2024
Revamped the North East Confectural Steering
Paolo Salvaro confirmed to the presidency, while Manuel Scortegagna was appointed vice president.
GNV starts a new recruiting campaign
The first date on Monday and Tuesday in Naples
Logistics group Public Spinelli publishes its first Sustainability Budget
Ok the transfer of the concession of Terminal Ferry Barcelona to the Grimaldi Group
Barcelona / Naples
Deliberation by the Catalan Port Authority after the green light of the antitrust authority
The IMO assembly unanimously confirms the appointment of Velasco as secretary general
The term, lasting four years, will begin next January.
Launched in Ancona the cruise ship Viking Vela
It will be delivered at the end of 2024
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
Conference on changes in port logistics
It will be held in the first December in Ravenna
Conference of Uniport on the future of Italian portuality
It will be held on December 5 in Rome
››› Meetings File
Ports cyber hack reveals Australia's 'vulnerability' to attack
(The New Daily)
Economy Minister: Anaklia port project developing “according to plan”, “no delays” in deadlines
››› Press Review File
FORUM of Shipping
and Logistics
Relazione del presidente Mario Mattioli
Roma, 27 ottobre 2023
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Port of the Spezia, signed the contract for the realization of the new pier cruises
The Spezia
Expected two benches of the length of 393 and 339 meters
d' Amico International Shipping will become part of the FTSE Italia Mid Cap Index
Includes the 60 companies with the largest market capitalization listed on the MTA and MIV markets of Borsa Italiana
Santi Casciano appointed CEO of the Going Gateway and Reefer Terminal
Go Ligure
Will take office on December 15
Rexi : signed the conventions with 12 interports for more than 11 million intended for completion of the network
The notice for an additional eight million euros will be published shortly.
Saipem has awarded two offshore contracts worth about 1.9 billion
Are related to activities in Guyana and in Brazil
At the port of Spezia it has been facilitated access to LNG-powered merchant ships
The Spezia
The soak of these units is governed by an Ordinance of the Capitanery in Porto
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