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05 June 2023 - Year XXVII
Independent journal on economy and transport policy
02:20 GMT+2
March 24, 2023

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Exim India web site
MARCH 24, 2023
  • National Centre of Excellence in Green Ports & Shipping to be a game-changer for sustainability
  • Procam Logistics to set up Centre of Excellence at AIMK
  • Kuehne+Nagel Asia Pacific launches new Transport Operation Centre in India
  • Smartphones make electronics India's fastest-growing export
  • Six companies team up to build, operate Japan's first methanol-fuelled coastal tanker
  • ITC claim under VAT needs proof of transaction, goods movement, says SC
  • DP World establishes its first rail-linked Container Freight Station at Hazira, Gujarat
  • 'FFFAI YLP 2023' awarded to Nitesh Kumar of Balmer Lawrie; nominated for 'FIATA YLP-YIFFA Award-2023' from India
  • DPIIT working on quality standards for 300 goods to curb sub-standard imports
  • OECD revises India's GDP upwards
  • 'AIS for Taxpayer' Mobile App rolled out
  • Wheat export value

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International Transport Journal web site
MARCH 24, 2023
  • Keeping the pace
  • New service between Czechia and Slovakia
  • Heavy-lift equipment company opens in Mumbai
  • First e-trucks to run underground
  • Clearing the sky for alternative smoking products
  • Logistics influencer publishes new guidebook
  • Let the sun rise earlier!
  • Increased support for Scottish forwarder
  • Modal shift in goods traffic stalling
  • STG Logistics picks Brian Nemeth
  • HAV planning to deliver airships by 2026
  • Liebherr to assist Gdansk terminal
  • Rhenus: a fresh project in UK
  • Partnership to bolster Euro pallet brand
  • Otto Immobilien hires Alexandra Fischer
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Swissport: a cargo handling contract in Nairobi
  • Value Maritime's new office in Singapore

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The Loadstar web site
MARCH 23, 2023
  • Beijing and Moscow develop rail trade with new route and river bridge
  • Shippers advised to give strike-hit port of Hamburg a miss
  • Mind the (income) gap with M'rsk, DP-DHL & Kuehne - DSV the safest
  • Transport and logistics in Europe pushed to beef-up cybersecurity
  • Retailers warn of challenging orderbooks amid continued high inventory
  • New EU law 'marks the beginning of the end of dirty fuels in shipping'
  • OOIL sees record profits but expects challenges until H2 'at the earliest'
  • Latam Cargo bulks up to be ready for rebound in US freight loads
  • Dorothea von Boxberg to leave Lufthansa Cargo to head Brussels Airlines
  • Sign of the times as World Bank frets over shipping emissions
  • Expeditors & CH Robinson proxy filings - always worth a look

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Marine Log web site
MARCH 23, 2023
  • Operator got crane height wrong. Bridge took near $2 million hit
    In another report on an unhappy meeting between a crane on a barge and a bridge, the NTSB says that an incorrect estimate of a crane's boom height led to contact with
  • Alfa Laval offers new hull air lubrication solution
    Hull air lubrication has been around for quite some time. Now Alfa Laval thinks it has found a better way of easing a hull more smoothly through the water on a carpet

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Container News web site
MARCH 23, 2023
  • Container volumes fall at port of Melbourne
    Total container volumes at the port of Melbourne fell by 18.4% year-on-year in February, reaching a total of 219,606 TEUs. According to the Australian port's data, full overseas imports dropped by 28.9% in February, compared with the same month last year, with miscellaneous manufacturers, furniture, metal manufacturers, domestic appliances, textiles, and paperboard, all below last year's levels.
  • CMA CGM applies new port congestion surcharge in Mersin
    CMA CGM has announced a new Port Congestion Surcharge (PCS) from the port of Mersin to several destinations worldwide due to current delays in the Turkish port. The French carrier said that a surcharge of US$100/TEU will be implemented on dry containers that will be transported from Mersin to West & East Mediterranean, Adriatic, Black Sea, North Africa, Morocco, Portugal, West Coast & East Coast
  • European giant box ports collaborate with Routescanner
    Ports of Antwerp-Bruges and Amsterdam are now offering Routescanner's Direct Connections on their websites. In particular, with Routescanner, a shipper or freight forwarder can find and compare possible routes for its container shipments on a neutral platform. Direct Connections system shows all available connections to Antwerp, Zeebrugge and Amsterdam. The platform can also instantly calculate t
  • Bangladesh begins exporting fruits using reefer containers
    Bangladesh has started exporting fruits using reefer containers for the first time in the country's history. Earlier, only potatoes were exported by seaways packed into containers. Usually, vegetables and fruits like mango are exported by air. On 17 March, watermelon and tomato were exported to Malaysia in a short sea sailing for seven to 10 days. Abdul Kaium, owner of the exporter Sattar Interna
  • DP World adds inland container depot at India's Hazira Port
    DP World has opened a rail-linked container freight station (CFS) at India's Hazira Port, as the global marine terminal operator seeks to scale up its container integrator offerings out of the country. Hazira is an emerging alternative container gateway on India's west coast, with its terminal infrastructure managed by Adani Ports. DP World, in a statement, said the CFS is capable of handling up
  • HHLA reports annual container drop amid profit fall
    Despite the rise in its annual revenue, German port and terminal operator Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) saw its earnings and profits decrease in 2023. The group's revenue increased by 7.7% to over US$1.7 billion, but HHLA's operating profit (Earnings Before Interest and Taxes, EBIT) fell 3.4% to US$240 million and profit after tax and minority interests declined to US$100 million, transl
  • Ports of Auckland boosts both profits and container volumes
    Ports of Auckland Group increased its profits by 40% in the first half of the Fiscal Year 2023 (July 2022 - December 2022) announcing a net profit after tax (NPAT) of approximately US$14 million. Based on the first half results, New Zealand's port group revised its full-year NPAT forecast increasing it by US$4.5-7 million to US$26-28 million, translating to an uplift of 20-28% on the FY23 budget.
  • Global trade slows, but 'Green Goods' grow: UNCTAD
    Global trade was worth a record US$32 trillion in 2022, but amid deteriorating economic conditions and rising uncertainties, growth turned negative in the last half of the year and is set to stagnate in the first half of 2023. The silver lining was the strong performance of trade in "green goods", whose growth held strong throughout the year, says UNCTAD's latest Global Trade Update , published o
  • European Union confirms world's first green shipping fuels law
    The European Union (EU) passed the world's first green transportation fuel law, according to which vessels will be required to use more sustainable fuels, with at least 2% of the bloc's shipping fuels will need to come from e-fuels derived from renewable electricity by 2034 at the latest. With negotiations at the International Maritime Organization (IMO) running, the European Federation for Trans
  • How to choose a shipping company
    Shipping is an important part of a business and can be a complex process, especially when choosing a shipping company. Mistakes in choosing a shipping company can result in delays, product damage, or increased costs. In this article, we will look at how to choose a freight forwarding company. Market research The first step in choosing a transport company is market research. You need to evaluate w
  • Port of Gdansk dismisses president of the management board
    Lukasz Greinke will be removed from the management board of the Port of Gdansk Authority after voting on 16 March. Since 2016, Lukasz Greinke has been the president of the management board of the Polish port. He graduated from Toru's Nicolaus Copernicus University's Faculty of Law and Administration. Prior to joining the Port of Gdansk Authority S.A., he served on the boards of directors of compa
  • Port of Oakland joins clean energy trade mission
    Last week, Port of Oakland officials travelled to Japan with a delegation of California policymakers, decision-makers, and business executives led by California Lieutenant governor Eleni Kounalakis and Dee Dee Myers, director of the Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development.

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Splash web site
MARCH 23, 2023
  • John Fredriksen and Marc Saverys secure Euronav seats as three of five directors survive boardroom battle
    John Fredriksen and Marc Saverys will be joining Euronav's supervisory board, while two existing directors failed to win votes of confidence from shareholders at a special general meeting held on Thursday. Shareholders of the Brussels and New York-listed Belgian tanker owner voted out Anne-Helene Monsellato and Steven Smith while backing Grace Reksten Skaugen, Anita Odedra ...
  • Eva Birgitte Bisgaard leaves Maersk Tankers
    Eva Birgitte Bisgaard has stepped down from her role as chief commercial officer at Maersk Tankers with immediate effect. Christian M. Ingerslev, will take over the company's sales and services in addition to his duties as chief executive officer. "Under Eva Birgitte's leadership, partners' satisfaction with our services increased significantly. In particular, in a disrupted ...
  • Pelagic Partners sets sights on handy bulkers after latest purchase
    Pelagic Partners is looking to expand its bulker portfolio following tanker additions last year and the most recent handy purchase. The Cyprus-based alternative investment fund said its Pelagic Yield Fund had purchased the 2011-built handysize bulk carrier . Multiple brokers reported the Hyundai Mipo-built 35,900 dwt vessel, which will trade in the United Bulk Carriers ...
  • EnBW moves ahead with 960 MW German offshore wind farm as it sells nearly half its stake
    German energy group Energie Baden-Württemberg (EnBW) has made a final investment decision for its €2.4bn ($2.61bn) He Dreiht offshore wind project and sold 49,9% to a consortium consisting of Allianz Capital Partners, AIP and Norges Bank Investment Management. "With the sale of a 49.9% minority stake we have succeeded in bringing highly professional and experienced ...
  • US coalition deploys drones to protect merchant shipping in the Middle East
    Up to 100 drones are being deployed to patrol along 8,000 km of busy shipping lanes around the Arabian Peninsula, a stretch of water that has had severe security issues in recent years. The US, via its Bahrian-based 5th Fleet, is leading the unmanned surface vessel project called Task Force 59 with partners UK, Canada, ...
  • Europe close to sealing 'world's most ambitious' shipping decarbonisation deal
    The European Parliament and Council have reached a deal on cleaner maritime fuels, asking to cut ship emissions by 2% as of 2025 and by 80% as of 2050. This would apply to ships above a gross tonnage of 5,000, and to all energy used onboard in or between European Union ports, as well as ...
  • Van Oord selects Port of Tyne as base for RWE's UK offshore wind giant
    The Port of Tyne in northeast England has been selected by Van Oord as the storage and marshalling base for the Sofia offshore wind farm from 2024. The Dutch marine construction firm will utilise the Port of Tyne's 200-acre Tyne Clean Energy Park, which has recently benefited from £20m ($24.6m) of infrastructure modernisation. The company ...
  • Greek owners increase market share of Russian oil exports
    Greek ships remain the dominant force shipping Russian crude, increasing their market share significantly since the December 5 ban on Russian oil exports started, according to new data from freight data firm Vortexa. Greek and other foreign owners are allowed to transport crude and products out of Russia under an agreed price cap. When the ...
  • ZeroNorth: The next great data revolution in shipping
    Søren Christian Meyer, founder and CEO of well-known vessel optimisation brand ZeroNorth, believes that though shipping will be able to reap the benefits of high-quality data in the coming years, the sector's embrace of the improvements it offers is still in its infancy. Before setting up ZeroNorth in 2020 as an independent spin-off of Maersk ...
  • Yangtze Fortune abandonment saga comes to an end
    The saga of the abandoned , a 2005-built livestock carrier, has come to a close with the ship auctioned, and the last 16 crew repatriated. More than 30 Filipino seafarers onboard the Liberian flagged converted boxship, owned by a Chinese company based in Dalian, were owed many months in back wages when it was arrested ...
  • BW Ideol lines up project development funds
    BW Group's floating wind company, BW Ideol, has entered into exclusive negotiations with French state-owned financier ADEME Investissement for €40m ($43m) funding to support project development activities. Under the agreement terms, BW Ideol will transfer its co-development project portfolio to a newly created subsidiary, DevCo, subject to approval of project partners and tendering authorities. I
  • JERA snaps up Belgian offshore wind developer Parkwind
    Japan's largest utility JERA has agreed to buy Belgian offshore wind developer Parkwind from Virya Energy for €1.55bn ($1.7bn). Parkwind is the largest offshore wind platform in Belgium with four offshore wind projects in the country totalling 771 MW and is constructing the 257 MW Arcardis Ost project in Germany. The company also has a ...
  • American ammonia startup seals financing to power shipping ambitions
    Amogy, an American startup focused on developing ammonia-powered ships, has raised $139m in funding in a round led by South Korean conglomerate SK Innovations. Other investors include Singapore's state holding company Temasek, the corporate-venture arm of oil giant Saudi Aramco, plus the investment firms AP Ventures and DCVC. "Amogy's technology represents a key breakthrough in ...
  • Six companies team up to operate Japan's first methanol-fuelled coastal tanker
    Mitsui OSK Lines, MOL Coastal Shipping, Tabuchi Kaiun, Niihama Kaiun, Murakami Hide Shipbuilding, and Hanshin Diesel Works will a build a methanol-fuelled coastal tanker. The 65. 5 m long vessel will be jointly owned by MOL Coastal Shipping, Tabuchi Kaiun, and Niihama Kaiun. The vessel will be built at Kanasashi Heavy Industries, part of the ...
  • Green corridor project launched between South Africa and Europe
    A new consortium will explore the options for developing a maritime green corridor for the zero-emission shipping of iron ore between South Africa and Europe, in a first for the continent of Africa. The consortium brings together Anglo American, Tata Steel, CMB, VUKA Marine, Freeport Saldanha, and ENGIE, convened by the Global Maritime Forum, to ...
  • Port of Montreal receives funding for expansion project in Contrecoeur
    The Montreal Port Authority (MPA) will receive C$75m ($54.8m)toward its expansion project in Contrecoeur from the Government of Quebec. The funding was announced this week by the province's finance minister as part of Quebec's 2023-2024 budget. "This contribution will allow us to continue the work required to develop the new container terminal in Contrecoeur," said ...
  • Port Arthur LNG project set to proceed
    Sempra Infrastructure Partners, LP, a 70%-owned subsidiary of energy infrastructure company Sempra, has reached a positive final investment decision (FID) for the development, construction and operation of the Port Arthur LNG Phase 1 project in Southeast Texas with direct access to the Gulf of Mexico. Sempra Infrastructure also finalised its joint venture with an affiliate ...

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Lloyd's List web site
MARCH 23, 2023
  • Shipping lawyer says 'racist' Department of Justice targeting Greek shipowners for sanctions violations
    Officials heard saying 'I'm tired of Greeks that don't want to comply' George Chalos tells Connecticut Maritime Association
  • Euronav shareholders opt for a balanced board, but what happens next?
    Saverys family bid to oust the Euronav executive board fails, but with two 25% shareholders now voted in, the new...
  • Biofuels replace LNG as most popular alternative fuel, survey shows
    Biofuels have become the most popular transition fuel in the past two years, according to survey of 500 shipowners, charterers...
  • Sanctioned Russian ship circumvents Bangladesh port denial with STS transfer
    Russian state-owned general cargoship was initially blocked from entering Bangladesh's ports because of US sanctions
  • DFDS to decarbonise ferries in deal with Channel ports
    'The commitment by DFDS and our partner ports is an important step toward decarbonising cross-Channel transportation,' says chief executive
  • China's LNG imports projected to rise 10%
    Second-tier companies are seen entering the market in China and may optimise their portfolios, selling volumes into Europe instead, says...
  • MOL among backers of US ammonia fuel start-up
    SK Innovation chief Jun Kim believes ammonia power technology 'will revolutionise not only the maritime industry but the entire transportation industry'.
  • Global trade set for slow growth after fourth-quarter downturn
    Unctad expects growth to be 'stagnant' in first quarter. Outlook for second half of the year is more positive
  • Sunken tanker at centre of oil spill located off Philippines
    Japanese salvage company finds oil tanker that has been leaking fuel since sinking in the past month after running aground
  • Supply of new vessels will delay container market improvement, says OOIL
    The business outlook remains mixed and depends on an interplay of macroeconomic factors and container demand and supply
  • EU to set 2% renewable marine fuel target to cut carbon emissions
    Provisional agreement reached to set greenhouse gas intensity reduction targets for the shipping industry under the Fit for 55 package
  • One-off pilot error does not breach safe port warranty
    'A single mistake, or even more than one mistake, does not necessarily render an individual incompetent,' say lawyers
  • Daily Briefing
    Euronav's future hangs in the balance ahead of shareholder showdown | Owners should welcome Greek maritime law shake-up | Business...
  • Autonomy is in sharper focus but lacks clear definitions
    One Sea general secretary Sinikka Hartonen has launched a two-way dialogue between technology providers and relevant stakeholders, with user feedback...

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The Journal of Commerce web site
MARCH 23, 2023
  • Ports America strikes deal to develop Gulfport container terminal
    Mississippi's Gulfport is looking to add more container handling capability with Ports America planning to redevelop a shuttered terminal for cargo handling.
  • FMC querying carriers, terminals on free time billing practices
    Ahead of a June deadline to issue new rulemaking on detention and demurrage billing, the Federal Maritime Commission is seeking clarity from carriers and terminals about billing shippers when container pickups and drop-offs are not possible.
  • Ocean carriers delay GRI attempts on India-US trades as rate slide continues
    Local freight forwarder sources in India say they view GRIs more as a tool to slow the erosion in rates rather than effectively trying to increase prices.
  • Europe agrees to 'ground-breaking' shipping decarbonization deal
    The provisional agreement between the European Parliament and European Council negotiators sets out a fuel standard for ships that steadily increases the use of renewable and low-carbon fuels.
  • Hamburg strike action closes vital waterway to container shipping
    The Port of Hamburg is once again being disrupted by strike action that is causing significant disruption to vessel schedules at Europe's third-largest container hub.

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TradeWinds web site
MARCH 23, 2023
  • Adding another bathroom to the house? Evensen weighs in on dual-fuel propulsion
    The former Teekay leader stirs the pot with a panel of fellow commodores as the Connecticut Maritime Association prepares to honour Cesare and Paolo d'Amico
  • Views split on dark fleet tankers returning to mainstream trading
    As the dark fleet grows, some wonder what happens when sanctions are lifted
  • Chalos hits out at pro-sanctions pressure group and US sanctions enforcement
    Chalos & Co head says United Against Nuclear Iran's ties to US government are deep and influence sanctions policies
  • Maersk Tankers' Bisgaard steps down from commercial chief role
    Chief executive Christian Ingerslev will take on new duties as part of the move
  • Capesize bulker values surge to highest level since August 2022, report says
    China's lifting of ban on Australian coal has boosted capesize prices, VesselsValue points out
  • US launches action against engineer accused of rape
    Coast Guard administrative action comes as prosecutors consider criminal case against first engineer
  • Mr Ofer comes (back) to Wall Street and CoolCo steps into a void
    This week's Streetwise takes a look at Cool Company's journey to the Big Apple and the market back stories that paved its way
  • 25 injured after research ship dislodged by storm in Scottish dry dock
    Footage shows the Petrel developed severe list in Leith on Wednesday
  • Navigator Holdings reveals $200m loan as it remains stuck with Russian charters
    US-listed LPG carrier shipowner refinances 2023 maturities but cannot extricate itself from deals with producer Sibur
  • Norwegian Cruise Line's Frank Del Rio retiring after eight years as chief executive
    Harry Sommer, president of Norwegian Cruise Line, will become Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings' CEO
  • Blood in the boardroom as two Euronav directors culled but CMB rebellion resisted
    John Fredriksen and Marc Saverys take a seat around board table, as Saverys family's three independent candidates rejected
  • Viridis closes in on order for ammonia-fuelled bulk carriers as Bureau Veritas approves design
    Zero-carbon fleet could be operational by 2025, says start-up backed by Mosvolds Rederi, Amon Maritime and Navigare Logistics
  • Pressure mounts on IMO as EU backs world-first green fuel law
    Campaigners say regulation is the first step to ending 'dirty shipping fuels'
  • Carisbrooke Shipping goes solar with Grafmarine panels on MPP deck
    NanoDeck technology adds renewable source of energy to cargo ship, owner says
  • UBS intends to keep hold of Greek Credit Suisse shipping clients post-merger
    In statements to TradeWinds, UBS stressed how good a fit the two banks are in the combined ship lending and wealth management business
  • Idan Ofer-controlled Eastern Pacific Shipping jumps on Vitol's vacated LR2 product tanker newbuilding slots
    There appear to be no shortage of takers when it comes to tanker newbuilding berths
  • EU passes world's first law on green shipping fuels
    Campaigners say regulations are the first step to ending 'dirty shipping fuels'
  • EU confirms world's first law on green shipping fuels
    Campaigners say regulations are the first step to ending 'dirty shipping fuels'
  • Shipowners struggling to accept price hikes for big tanker newbuildings, Braemar's James Gundy says
    But shipbroker says there are still reasons to order new vessels in better markets
  • Pelagic Partners targets bulker growth after buying German handysize
    Owner makes dry cargo move for second fund after previous tanker buys
  • Tanker sale glut halts inexorable rise of Greek fleet
    Busy sales market of older crude carriers to Asian interests sees rare pause on rise of Greek shipping
  • Greek operators hauling Russian crude return to pre-sanction levels
    Vortexa says European shipowners appear to have overcome initial reservations about moving Russian oil
  • Hafnia hands $4m of options to top two bosses following $13m of stock disposals
    Skov and van Echtelt rewarded for record performance in hot product tanker markets
  • DSME takeover: Hanwha Group wins approval from three Asian nations
    But South Korea and the EU are yet to have their say
  • Teekay Corp buys back $30m of shares and goes for another $30m
    Cash-rich tanker owner using earnings to boost investor value
  • MOL-led consortium orders methanol-fuelled coastal tanker
    Japanese shipping giant is part of six companies involved in building the ship
  • MOL pumps money into US ammonia to power start-up Amogy
    Japanese shipowner plans to convert ammonia into hydrogen for fuel cells
  • Canfornav cargo seized over alleged links to Russian oligarch
    Finland investigates case involving the handysize Smew at Kotka
  • Bank crisis, what crisis? Why shipping should keep calm and carry on
    This is not the end of the turmoil in the banking sector but neither is it the beginning of a financial crash
  • Bulker stocks hold firm as banks spark fears of market meltdown
    State of the dry bulk sector means that it is more resilient to shocks in wider financial markets
  • Euronav future hangs on board vote today, but which way will John Fredriksen swing?
    Rival shareholding group CMB wants to oust current board as differing strategies and heavyweight investors clash in Brussels
  • Wind power booster claims halved fuel bills in pitch for alternative fuels future
    James Rhodes of Magnuss Corp said wind propulsion systems are the only alternative fuels providing return on investment
  • Euronav future hangs on board vote today, but which way will Fredriksen swing?
    Rival shareholding group CMB wants to oust current board as differing strategies and heavyweight investors clash in Brussels
  • JX Nippon buys Japan's only drilling contractor as part of carbon capture drive
    Oil company says drilling wells to inject and store CO2 is an important component of the CCS/CCUS value chain
  • Insurers TT Club and ITIC turn on the charm with big bash in Singapore
    Night at the museum brings out star-studded cast from the world of marine insurance
  • Japan's finance shake-up set to hit LNG and container ship funding
    Arranging operating leases for newbuilding projects outside Japan is set to become more difficult

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American Shipper web site
MARCH 23, 2023
  • In search of shipping's next supercycle: Are tankers next?
    Container shipping just experienced a record boom. Some believe crude and product tankers are poised to follow suit.
  • Lufthansa moves cargo chief von Boxberg to run Brussels Airlines
    After two years at the helm of Lufthansa Cargo, Dorothea von Boxberg has been tapped to head Brussels Airlines.
  • ATI pilots seek federal mediation on stalled contract
    Contract talks for pilots at Amazon contractor Air Transport International have moved to the mediation stage at the federal level.

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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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