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11 June 2023 - Year XXVII
Independent journal on economy and transport policy
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March 23, 2023

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Exim India web site
MARCH 23, 2023
  • JNCH opens Centralized Export Assessment Cell at CPP
  • Key initiatives will bring down India's logistics cost from double to single digit: Goyal
  • CONquest 2023 - Business Forum & Northern India Multimodal Logistics Awards to see stellar participation
  • Port of Antwerp-Bruges joins forces with Routescanner
  • AD Ports Group signs Head of Terms for new multipurpose terminal in Pointe Noire Port, Republic of the Congo
  • Black Sea Grain Initiative extended
  • IMO, Norway & Singapore sign MoU on maritime decarbonisation
  • Tea exports to Russia up
  • Rail coaches, rakes being increasingly exported to Africa
  • Soyameal exports up 87 pc during Oct.-Feb.
  • GDP seen growing at 7 pc in FY23, says FinMin report
  • India, Australia aim for $100 billion in bilateral trade by expanding FTA

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International Transport Journal web site
MARCH 23, 2023
  • Crossing borders in hours instead of days
  • US railroads pilot emergency dispatching system
  • A big acquisition in US transport
  • MOU to solve safety issues
  • 2023: a time for total cargo management solutions
  • Kuehne + Nagel boosts footprint in Africa
  • Kalmar to deliver heavy e-forklift to Austria
  • Europa Air & Sea takes off in Delhi
  • Jettainer strengthens team in Abu Dhabi
  • Lyte Aviation's vision for a next-gen aircraft
  • Newest low-water ship now in operation
  • Tool to promote sustainability in supply chains
  • Manfreight acquires 20 high-tech curtainsiders
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Scallog picks Manel Siaci
  • Gold nuggets seized on their way to Hong Kong
  • Savannah increases national market share

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The Loadstar web site
MARCH 22, 2023
  • The 'mother of all BAFs' looms for shippers as green targets advance
  • First shipper uses new land-air corridor ex-India for Bangladesh exports
  • DSV - two tuck-ins and one 'ego play'
  • US Xpress takeover puts Knight-Swift in driving seat of US trucking
  • Maersk idles more ships while NOOs see a rebound in demand
  • Boost for Hong Kong air cargo volumes as ban on vape traffic is lifted
  • Knight-Swift - using one M&A side to (likely) finance another
  • K+N will take financial hit to 'create critical mass' for smart labels
  • Hong Kong's John Lau considers sale of $1bn-worth of logistics assets

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Marine Log web site
MARCH 22, 2023
  • CII voyage optimization made simple?
    Can attaining the desired CII value for a voyage be as simple as setting it on a control panel slider? Swedish marine green tech company Qtagg says "yes." With shipowners getting increasingly
  • Stockholm to put autonomous ferry into operation this year
    Back in November last year, Norwegian ferry operator Torghatten announced that it was planning to operate a small autonomous ferry in Stockholm, Sweden, and that shipbuilder Brødrene Aa had been given the
  • Onboard carbon capture project moves closer to pilot installation
    ABS has given its Approval in Principle to a project that plans to demonstrate the feasibility of using carbon capture onboard a vessel, with a pilot installation on a Stena Bulk MR
  • Second Constellation-class frigate will have "Made in the U.S.A." MTU gensets
    Rolls-Royce Power Systems has been selected to supply a further four of its MTU gensets for the USS Congress (FFG-63), the second ship in the U.S. Navy's Constellation-class guided-missile frigate program. Rolls-Royce
  • White Paper: Five key steps to electric ship design
    There is a sense of urgency for the marine industry to become more environmentally friendly. One potential strategy for doing so is exploring alternative fuel and propulsion systems. In this white paper,
  • Ferry and tug crews recognized following ferry fire rescue
    The Coast Guard presented Public Service Commendations and Certificates of Merit March 9 at the Whitehall Terminal in Manhattan to the New York City Police and Fire Departments, and to the ferry and tug
  • LAC Fleet takes delivery of Mitsubishi-powered towboat
    Lydia Ann Channel Fleet (LAC Fleet), Port Aransas, Texas, has partnered with Eymard Marine Construction in Harvey, La., to build a new vessel powered by two Laborde Products' EPA Tier 3 Mitsubishi
  • AAPA launches new Offshore Wind Subcommittee
    Recently, the American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA)-the unified voice of port leaders and maritime industry partners across the Western Hemisphere -hosted its first-ever Offshore Wind Subcommittee meeting. The group will serve
  • Svitzer Brazil takes delivery of the first of six ASD tugs
    Brazil's Estaleiro Rio Maguari (ERM) shipyard has delivered its first ASD (azimuthing stern drive) tug, the Svitzer Arthur. Designed by Robert Allan Ltd., it is the first of a series of six
  • Mississippi River Commission preps for spring high-water inspection trip
    The Mississippi River Commission will conduct its annual spring high-water inspection trip on the Mississippi River, March 27- 31, 2023. The commission will host four public meetings onboard the M/V Mississippi in

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Container News web site
MARCH 22, 2023
  • Government of Quebec backs Montreal port's expansion in Contrecoeur
    The Montreal Port Authority announced the additional financial support of US$75 million granted to its Contrecoeur expansion project by the Government of Quebec. This expansion is part of the 2023-2024 budget unveiled by Canada's Minister of Finance, Éric Girard. "The Government of Quebec's support is a concrete gesture to support local businesses with a more efficient, more sustainable and more
  • Capital Product Partners announces new boxship charter deal
    Capital Product Partners, a global ship owner, has agreed a new time charter for the 9,288 TEU container vessel Akadimos which was built in 2015 by Daewoo-Mangalia Heavy Industries, with a major liner company. The charter for the boxship is expected to commence in the second quarter of 2023 in direct continuation of its present charter with a duration of approximately two years. Capital Product P
  • Tanker catches fire off Portugal
    The Maltese-flagged oil/chemical tanker Greta K suffered a fire outbreak on board and went adrift at approximately 15:30 (UTC) on 21 March, about 1.5 miles off the coast, roughly 3 kilometers from Ingleses Beach in Foz do Douro, Portugal. According to Maritime Bulletin, the fire broke out in the engine room. Tugs were dispatched and 12 crew members were evacuated with no injuries reported, while
  • SC Ports reports second-busiest February in its history
    South Carolina Ports (SC Ports) saw higher-than-average container traffic at the Port of Charleston in February as the state continues to attract new business. SC Ports has processed roughly 1.8 million TEUs and 978,374 pier containers so far in the fiscal year 2023, translating to a 5% decrease from the same period last year. Furthermore, SC Ports processed 201,418 TEUs in the last month, repres
  • Stronger financial results, lower box volumes for OOCL in 2022
    Orient Overseas (International) Limited, the parent company of Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) announced the full-year results for 2022, reporting revenue of US$19.82 billion. In addition, the company's earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) rose to US$10.089 billion, while earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) reached US$10.95 billion. Meanwhile, the pr
  • Damen Triton IoT platform receives Bureau Veritas Type Approval Certification for Cyber Resilience
    Damen Shipyards Group has revealed that its Triton Internet of Things (IoT) platform has received Bureau Veritas (BV) Type Approval Certification for Cyber Resilience. The system collects all practical asset data accessible from a vessel and its engines, pumps, hydraulics, alarms, and other machinery, totalling over 10,000 signals for a single vessel. This is then relayed to the personnel on boar
  • Shipping industry groups reach agreement on critical safety concerns
    Cargo Incident Notification System (CINS), Confidential Human Factors Incident Reporting Programme (CHIRP), Container Owners Association (COA), International Cargo Handling Coordination Association (ICHCA) and Ship Message Design Group (SMDG) inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on 16 March for cooperation on the safety and security of global trade. The shipping industry bodies share a commo
  • Grimaldi, Minoan Lines and EKEV to acquire majority stake in Greek port
    The joint venture established by the companies Grimaldi Euromed S.p.A., Minoan Lines S.A. and Investment Construction Commercial And Industrial S.A. (EKEV SA) signed an agreement with the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund for the purchase of a majority stake of 67% of the share capital of the Igoumenitsa Port Authority (IPA S.A.) for a total price of around US$90 million. The signature of
  • Boxship hits pier in Taiwan's port with drunk pilot on board
    The 6,763 TEU container ship Hyundai Tokyo hit pier 77 of the port of Kaohsiung in Taiwan on Monday (20 March), causing damage to the quayside of the port. The vessel, which also suffered hull cracks, was sailing fully loaded from the port of Ningbo in China to the island's largest port. According to the latest reports, the pilot, who was on board Hyundai Tokyo at the time of the accident, was fo
  • Container movement to fall in 2023: Mizuho Bank
    Mizuho Bank's industry research division predicts that demand for maritime container transport will fall in 2023 in a study on current supply and demand trends and short-term forecasts in key industries. Mizuho Bank believes that box movement will be slower in 2023, especially in the Asia-Europe and Asia-North America trades, due to declining consumption and normalising demand, which has increase
  • Dublin Port commences public consultation on Masterplan
    Dublin Port has opened a formal public consultation on the 3FM Project, the third and final Masterplan project required to finish the growth of the Irish port and bring it to its ultimate and final capacity by 2040. The 3FM project will produce 20% of the capacity needed by 2040 by focusing on Dubli

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Splash web site
MARCH 22, 2023
  • Scorpio Tankers fixes out LR2 over three years for $43.8m
    Monaco-headquartered Scorpio Tankers has bagged a new long-term charter out deal worth nearly $44m. The New York-listed company has fixed an unnamed scrubbed-fitted LR2 to an undisclosed client for three years. The charter commences in April this year at $40,000 per day corresponding to around $43.8m in fixed revenue. Emanuele Lauro-led Scorpio Tankers sports a ...
  • Capital Product Partners seals new containership fixture
    Capital Product Partners (CPLP) has sealed a new time charter deal for the 2015-built neo-panamax boxship . The 9,288 teu vessel has been fixed for around two years from the second quarter of 2023 in direct continuation of its present charter with Japan's Ocean Network Express (ONE). The Nasdaq-listed master limited partnership said it expects ...
  • DeepOcean bolsters fleet with Olympic Subsea MPSV
    DeepOcean has strengthened its fleet with a two-year time charter agreement for the multipurpose support vessel (MPSV). The Norwegian offshore energy contractor said the 2013-built ship chartered in from Fosnavaag-based shipowner Olympic Subsea, will be utilised for subsea inspection, maintenance, and repair (IMR), light construction and recycling services in the offshore renewables and oil and ...
  • PGS awarded 3D survey contract
    Norwegian seismic player PGS has secured a contract with an undisclosed major for a 3D exploration acquisition. The 2013-built Ramform Titan is set to mobilise for the survey in late June and complete the survey in August. No further details have been disclosed about the project. Earlier this month, the Oslo-listed firm secured work for ...
  • New Tufton-backed shipowner Stainless Tankers set to list in Oslo
    A new player in the chemical tanker arena will be listed on the Norwegian over-the-counter market following an initial public offering backed by UK-based Tufton Investment Management. The Oslo-based Stainless Tankers has raised around $67m to buy a fleet of seven 20,000 dwt stainless steel chemical tankers. The ships will be managed by Tufton, which ...
  • Shipping braces for reputation hammering as dark fleet accidents proliferate
    Shipping is braced for a reputation hammering in the event of a major dark fleet "oil on feathers" incident. Authorities around the world are trying to keep tabs on the fast-growing shadow fleet of tankers hauling Iranian, Venezuelan, and Russian oil in often substandard, elderly tonnage. The latest near disaster occurred on Sunday when the ...
  • China's first hydrogen fuel cell-powered ship starts operations
    China's first ship powered by a 500 KW hydrogen fuel cell has been put into operation by China Three Gorges Corporation. The service ship, Three Gorges hydrogen ship No.1, uses homegrown hydrogen fuel cells and a lithium battery system and will be used for transportation, patrol and emergency services in the Three Gorges reservoir area. ...
  • Subsea 7 and Simply Blue team up with local player for floating wind in Australia
    Oslo-listed offshore contractor Subsea 7 and floating offshore wind developer Simply Blue Group have joined forces with Australia's Spark Renewables to pursue floating wind development off the coast of New South Wales in the Hunter and Illawarra regions. The consortium said that the recently declared Hunter-Central Coast and Illawarra Renewable Energy Zones offer good opportunities ...
  • Breathalyser tests mandated for all pilots in Taiwan
    A pilot who was found to be drunk on the job after a containership slammed into a pier at the Port of Kaohsiung on Monday has been suspended and all maritime pilots in Taiwan will now face mandatory alcohol breathylser tests before starting work following the incident. The 2006-built, 6,800 teu ploughed straight into Pier ...
  • Five shipping bodies join forces in bid to make transport of lithium-ion batteries safer
    Five shipping bodies have joined forces to create common action on important safety issues, with the carriage of lithium-ion batteries high up on the agenda. The five organisations - Cargo Incident Notification System (CINS), Confidential Human Factors Incident Reporting Programme (CHIRP), Container Owners Association (COA), International Cargo Handling Coordination Association (ICHCA), and Ship
  • BP avoids Sparrows workers strike
    A strike by offshore workers employed by Sparrows on BP assets in the UK North Sea has been called off. UK's largest offshore trade union, Unite, confirmed that a deal has been reached securing an extra three weeks paid leave, equivalent to a 10% rise in pay. Nearly 50 offshore crane operatives, crane maintainers, lifting ...
  • Macquarie's Corio, Vårgrøn and Å Energi launch Norwegian offshore wind unit
    Corio Generation, an offshore wind portfolio company of Macquarie's Green Investment Group (GIG), together with Norwegian renewable energy developers Vårgrønn and Å Energi launched a new brand dedicated to developing offshore wind in Norway. Brigg Vind, which pays homage to the strong maritime tradition and expertise of Norway, has been set up by the trio ...
  • Havfram Wind scores Hornsea 3 contract for WTIV newbuild
    Norwegian installation contractor Havfram Wind has won a contract from Denmark's Ørsted to install turbines at its Hornsea 3 offshore wind farm in the UK. The project starts in autumn 2026 and will utilise the company's wind turbine installation vessel (WTIV) under construction at CIMC Raffles Shipyard in China. Hornsea 3 will consist of up ...
  • Carisbrooke trials solar cells
    UK shipowner Carisbrooke Shipping is trialling solar energy cells on the deck of one of its multi-purpose vessels. The company has partnered with compatriot Grafmarine to trial its NanoDeck AI Solar tile management solution "NanoDeck challenges the current reliance on fossil fuels by providing a clean and sustainable alternative renewable source of energy which can ...
  • Maritime events calendar launched
    The maritime events calendar is back in full swing, leaving the vagaries of covid behind, with shipping confronted by a dizzying amount of conferences and exhibitions to choose from in just about every corner of the globe. Helping sort through the busy events scene, UK-based Wake Media has debuted a maritime calendar. The event planning ...
  • Landmark carbon capture project onboard a Stena Bulk tanker moves ahead
    A consortium of global shipping organisations and the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI) have received approval in principle from the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), the US ship certification agency, to use a carbon capture system onboard an oil tanker. The project's seven-member consortium includes the Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation (GCMD) in Singapore, ...
  • Port of Montreal adopts AI technology to measure and reduce the carbon footprint of vessels
    The Montreal Port Authority (MPA) and Global Spatial Technology Solutions (GSTS), a Canadian company that specialises in applying artificial intelligence (AI) to shipping, have launched a project to measure and reduce the carbon footprint of vessels using the Port of Montreal that makes the most of artificial intelligence. Using GSTS's OCIANA AI platform, the project ...

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Lloyd's List web site
MARCH 22, 2023
  • Landmark shipboard carbon capture project faces costs challenge
    Design shows that demonstration project uses additional fuel to generate energy needed to capture enough carbon
  • Greece-owned fleet suffers rare dip in strength
    Greek flag falls to 12% share of all domestically controlled vessels, but Malta was biggest loser of Greek business in...
  • Navigator Gas seeks partner on ammonia supply chain
    Company chief executive says he is eyeing growth in blue/green ammonia and, over time, carbon dioxide transportation as shipping moves...
  • Shippers face conundrum over container freight contracts
    Shippers face tough decisions over whether to lock in contract rates that are higher than spot rates. But holding off...
  • Owners should welcome Greek maritime law shake-up
    'Step in right direction' says Reed Smith, while HFW brands changes 'a big deal'
  • Ship recycling supply falls on charter rates improvements
    Improving charter rates in the dry cargo sector has begun to reduce the supply of tonnage destined for shipbreaking yards
  • Strikes extended at French LNG terminals
    Workers vote to extend industrial action for another week results in diversion of multiple LNG carriers to other regions
  • Capital Product Partners signs $34m charter with ONE
    Deal brings charter coverage to 96% for 2023 and 2024
  • Grimaldi-led group signs port share purchase deal for Greek port
    Grimaldi investments a vote of confidence for investing in Greece, says finance minister
  • Robust coal trades to add to bulker demand
    Cargo order volumes are picking up for stockpiling ahead of peak summer demand to avoid blackouts
  • Samskip orders first hydrogen-powered boxships
    Two 500 teu containerships have been ordered from Cochin Shipyard with delivery of the first vessel expected in mid-2025
  • Euronav's future hangs in the balance ahead of shareholder showdown
    After the chaos of an abandoned merger with Frontline and a bruising shareholder scrap with the Saverys family, Euronav chief...
  • Braemar set for record revenue and operating profit
    The top line for the year ending February 28 is expected to come in at not less than £150m ($184m)...
  • Business as usual 'not an option' on shipping's path to decarbonisation
    Shipping must change the way it operates if it is to make progress on decarbonisation, and collaboration across the industry...
  • Project to develop onboard carbon capture gets ABS approval
    Three-phase project aims to demonstrate the feasibility of using carbon capture onboard a vessel
  • Daily Briefing
    Banking turbulence amplifies capital-raising difficulties for shipping | Welcome aboard, UBS! | Orderbook impasse is turning tankers into 'cash machines'...

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The Journal of Commerce web site
MARCH 22, 2023
  • MSC adds Jaxport stop on trans-Atlantic service
    The Scan Baltic to USA service, which will begin calling Jaxport in late April, marks the port's second trans-Atlantic service and fifth container service.
  • Charleston gets expedited hearing in appeal over ILA's Leatherman lawsuit
    The fast-track hearing schedule came after the South Carolina State Port Authority told the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals the port could become "bottlenecked" if ships can't call the Hugh K. Leatherman Terminal.
  • Maersk going it alone, so far, on policy changes to free time billing
    Maersk in April will stop collecting detention and demurrage fees on days terminals are closed and shippers can't pick up or drop off containers, a move yet to be followed by competing ocean carriers.
  • MPV carrier Swire Projects eyes growth in Australian project market
    New operator Swire is growing its fleet and gearing up to move cargo for the busy Australian minerals and energy markets.
  • Tale of two halves as OOCL banks $10 billion net profit for 2022
    OOCL is so confident its balance sheet can withstand current market challenges that the carrier has returned 70 percent of its net profit to shareholders.
  • 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.

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TradeWinds web site
MARCH 22, 2023
  • Alfa Laval buys out fluidic air hull lubrication firm
    Swedish marine equipment manufacturer boosts green presence with acquisition of Rotterdam-based Marine Performance Systems
  • Capesize bulker sector recedes as fears of Chinese steel cutback swirl
    World's largest steelmaker may reportedly cut production by 2.5% this year to lower emissions, a move that would hurt iron-ore demand
  • Black Sea grain deal extended, but uncertainty over how long
    Safe corridor renewed for full duration of 120 days, Ukrainian official claims. Russia, however, disagrees
  • Kabir Ship Recyling becomes Bangladesh's third Hong Kong Convention-compliant yard
    Options for green recycling improve as South Asia country offers top dollar for tonnage
  • Trio of panamax bulk carriers charters fixed for a year
    Handysize fixture beats average daily rate for 12-month period
  • Tidewater tipped to stay hungry after raising bar with $577m Solstad deal
    Giant US owner will likely extend its dominance in supply ship market, VesselsValue's Rob Day believes
  • George Economou's TMS Tankers orders more product carriers from China's New Times Shipbuilding
    The company is due to take delivery of the aframax product tankers in early 2026
  • Mining, steel and shipping group seeking green corridor for South Africa ore
    Consortium including CMB, Anglo American and Tata Steel will examine options for continent's first green route
  • Greek shipowner Nicholas Lykiardopulo adds to BW Epic Kosan stake
    Board member splashes $488,000 on more shares in LPG carrier company
  • 25 injured after research ship dislodged by storm in Scottish drydock
    Footage shows the Petrel developed severe list in Leith on Wednesday
  • Private Scorpio Group in deal to manage two Yangzijiang MR tanker newbuildings
    Scorpio official stresses order has nothing to do with shipowner Scorpio Tankers
  • UK needs focused plans and investment to hit 2050 net zero shipping target, says report
    Parliamentary committee says strategy must include funding to commercialise decarbonisation technologies
  • Orient Overseas Container Line shareholders reap whopping $7bn dividend
    But alarm bells ring over to supply of newbuildings to be delivered in coming months
  • Markets turn in Braemar's favour but focus on shipbroking is not 'luck', Gundy says
    CEO stands by his decision to simplify the business
  • Head of corruption-hit PDVSA appointed Venezuela's oil minister
    Pedro Rafael Tellechea moves after less than three months as chief of the state-run oil company
  • French liner giant CMA CGM joins dash to jump on car carriers
    Shipping and logistics giant is said to have chartered four vessels from Idan Ofer-led Eastern Pacific
  • Braemar's James Gundy on shadow fleet deals: 'We are playing exactly by the rules'
    London-listed shipbroker's CEO follows Clarksons' Case in ruling out transactions where ownership is uncertain
  • French liner giant CMA CGM joins dash to jump on car carrier
    Shipping and logistics giant is said to have chartered four vessels from Idan Ofer-led Eastern Pacific
  • Data reportedly stolen as Dutch ship monitoring company hit by cyber-attack
    Operations at Royal Dirkzwager, which monitors more than 200,000 ship movements a year, are said not to be affected
  • Italian product tanker taken under tow after fire off Portugal
    Twelve of 19 crew evacuated following incident on the Greta K on Tuesday
  • Italy gives nod to extradite alleged Russian oil smuggler
    Artem Uss was arrested after US prosecutors revealed details of shadowy Venezuelan operation
  • Ernst Russ 'cautiously optimistic' on prospects for 2023
    Profits treble but operating earnings tipped for sharp decline in coming months
  • Tufton-backed Stainless Tankers expects to sell fleet 'in a few years'
    IPO manager Clarksons Securities sees Oslo start-up as an opportunistic play
  • Shipbroker Braemar on target for record annual profit of at least £20m
    UK-listed company enjoys strong 12 months and says latest financial year has started well
  • Italy agrees to extradite alleged Russian oil smuggler
    Artem Uss was arrested after US prosecutors revealed details of shadowy Venezuelan operation
  • Tufton backs $67m IPO as new chemical tanker company debuts in Oslo
    Stainless Tankers is acquiring a fleet of seven ships to be managed by the UK investment manager
  • Scorpio Tankers locks in LR2 product tanker on three-year deal worth $44m
    US-listed owner secures work for scrubber-fitted ship at $40,000 per day
  • The IMO is drinking in the last chance saloon on setting carbon goals. Here's why
    Crucial meeting this week should heed UN warnings and pave the way for a 2050 target
  • Full details emerge for third LNG carrier scrap sale of 2023
    Sinokor moves forward with steam turbine clear-out as it edges towards new tonnage
  • GTT merges fuel and vessel performance management firms
    Paris-listed company said merger represents a new milestone in its digital strategy

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American Shipper web site
MARCH 22, 2023
  • Houston, New Orleans ports see container volumes rise
    Ports in Houston and New Orleans reported strong cargo container flows during February, boosted by exports of plastics and chemicals.
  • Viewpoint: Labor flexing its muscles again in Germany
    On Wednesday, Ver.di, the union representing tugboat and bridge operators among other critical public service jobs at the Port of Hamburg in Germany, announced a strike.
  • How push to decarbonize shipping slowed tanker building to a trickle
    Shipowners say they won't order expensive new dual-fuel tankers without charters. They're not getting charters, so they're not ordering.

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U.S. Chamber of Commerce urges Biden to step in to unlock labour talks at West Coast ports
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce urges Biden to intervene to unblock labor negotiations at West Coast ports
Clark : A major disruption of work in Los Angeles and Long Beach would cost nearly half a billion dollars a day and a more extensive strike a billion
The trend of Evergreen's sales decline, Yang Ming and WHL in May, is still marked.
The trend of Evergreen's sales decline, Yang Ming and WHL in May, is still marked.
However, the trend seems to signal the conclusion of the cycle of rapid growth and degrowth of the last two years.
Pasquale Russo is the new president of Conftransportation
It happens to the historic "number one" Paolo Uggis
The AdSP of the Straits can reactivate the tender for the detection of the dealers of the two ferry terminals in the port of Messina
In 2022, the incidence of transport costs on the value of goods exported and imported from Italy rose for the third consecutive year.
In 2022, the incidence of transport costs on the value of goods exported and imported from Italy rose for the third consecutive year.
CMA CGM increases its presence in the Spanish port market
Acquired 49% percent of COSCO Shipping Ports (Spain) Holdings
The Swiss SBB CFF FFS rebuys the entire control of the Cargo branch
The Swiss SBB CFF FFS rebuys the entire control of the Cargo branch
Bought 35% percent of the capital in hand at Swiss Combi. Muhm appointed new member of the Group Directorate for Freight Traffic
The Court of Auditors sticks to the AdSP of the Northern Adriatic
Still incomplete the administrative and management unification of the ports of Venice and Chioggia
To Pantrust the renewal of the concession of the trailer services in the ports of Venice and Chioggia
To Pantrust the renewal of the concession of the trailer services in the ports of Venice and Chioggia
The new contract has a duration of 15 years
By 2030, a new cruise ship powered by electric, wind and solar will be ready
By 2030, a new cruise ship powered by electric, wind and solar will be ready
The project was presented today by Norwegian Hurtigruten and is carried out together with 11 other partners including the VARD
Three ferries in Caronte & Tourist ferries and assets for 29 million
The company expresses full confidence in the work of the judiciary, confident that the suitability of the ships will also be ascertained.
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
Shipping must protect IT systems, but also and in particular OT, from cyber risks
Shipping must protect IT systems, but also and in particular OT, from cyber risks
A DNV survey reveals that the sector is behind with investments and measures for cybersecurity
Port of Civitavecchia, markup of the surcharge on goods to finance the further prolongation of the antemurale
The former Privilege area will be dedicated to logistics
Giampieri has been confirmed as president of Assoports
Among the next challenges-he recalled-the revisit of the laws of reform of the port legislation
Kuehne + Nagel will buy South Africa's Moran Cargo
Is specialized in the segment of the shipment of perishable products
The exceptional growth trend of oil tanker transits allows the Suez Canal to mark a new historical record of monthly maritime traffic
The exceptional growth trend of oil tanker transits allows the Suez Canal to mark a new historical record of monthly maritime traffic
In April it was crossed by 2,298 ships (+ 19.1%)
In April, a sharp drop in freight traffic in the ports of Genoa and Savona-I'm going to
In April, a sharp drop in freight traffic in the ports of Genoa and Savona-I'm going to
Registered flexions of -7.4% and -6.8% respectively
Fraudulent mechanism for tax evasion and tax evasion implemented by a paved logistics company
X-Press Feeders order six dual-fuel container ships from 1,250 teu
Will be built by Chinese CSSC Huangpu Wenchong Shipbuilding
Japan's ONE took delivery of its first 24,000-teu container ship
Another five ships of the same capacity built by Imabari Shipbuilding and Japan Marine United Corporation will follow.
Switzerland will subsidize the travelling motorway between Fribourg and Novara until 2028
Measures will be introduced to make the Swiss merchant naval flag more attractive
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
Agreement the Italian and Mauritanian maritime clusters
It has been initialed by Federation of the Sea, Cluster BIG and Cluster Maritime Mauritanien
Webuild, posits about 100,000 tons of gravel for Genoa's new foranea dam
Two ships carry 3,000 tons of material per day from Piombino
The first ship of the Diamond Line PNX service is approx.
The first ship of the Diamond Line PNX service is approx.
Go Ligure
The line links Italy with Turkey through the port of Piraeus
Filt, Fit and Uilt deem positive the government's first measures on maritime transport
Urge to reconsider the allocation of resources for the training of staff by providing them to workers
Thales opens a new Integrated Support Center at the Arsenal in La Spezia
The Spezia
The goal is the strengthening of the partnership with the Italian Navy.
Today in Copenhagen, the baptism of MSC Euribia will take place
Today in Copenhagen, baptism will take place in Copenhagen. MSC Euribia
The 22nd ship of MSC Cruciere will be employed in Northern Europe
On June 20 in Rome, the annual assembly of Assshipowners will be held
Will see the participation of four ministers
In Genoa, the largest photovoltaic plant carried out by private individuals in port areas in Italy
It was installed by the shipyard Friend & Co. with an investment of around one million euros
Brothers Cosulich rents a bettle for LNG at Dutch Titan
It has a capacity of 8,200 cubic meters. Will be used in Europe
APM Terminals extends to 2033 the contract for the management of the container terminal of the port of Kalundborg
The Hague
The activity was started in March 2021
The Committee of the AdSP Ligure West urges to recognize the narrowers of the promised drivers after the collapse of Morandi bridge
Gaudenzio Relatives appointed Director-General of ANCIP
He is legal expert in maritime-port and lecturer in the Law of Transport
A commission will begin to analyse the issues of port reform
The creation of the body was voted on yesterday by the National Coordination Conference of the Port System Authorities
Uilt urges prior confrontation with social partners on reform of port legislation
Resume as soon as-exhorts Tarlazzi and Odone-the permanent discussion table on ports
Confitarma's applause for the entry into force of the new provisions for machine directors
Gavarone : It simplifies life
Katoen Natie buys Belgian Crossport
The company has logistical areas with a capacity of 120mila square meters near Ghent Port
The new cruise terminal of the Indian port of Chennai has been inaugurated.
Next year, the completion of three more crucieristic approvers is expected.
The handling of the freight traffic at Genoa airport was entrusted to the city's freight forwarders
Giachero (Spediport) : It is essential to relaunch the cargo sector
At the end of the month APM Terminals will leave the management of the Itajaí terminal container
Superintendência do Porto will try to implement a new transitional solution pending the tender unopened by the federal government
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 supply chain of liquefied hydrogen
Subscribed to a specific memorandum of understanding
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 June 20 in Rome, the annual assembly of Assshipowners will be held
Will see the participation of four ministers
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
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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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Relazione del presidente Daniele Rossi
Napoli, 30 settembre 2020
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