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06 June 2023 - Year XXVII
Independent journal on economy and transport policy
15:30 GMT+2
May 26, 2023

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Exim India web site
MAY 26, 2023
  • JN Port continues to set the standards as it completes 34 years
  • Container shipping rates remain higher than pre-pandemic levels
  • Syama Prasad Mookerjee Port has adopted multi-pronged development strategy: Chairman
  • FedEx launches FedEx Innovation Lab to fuel digital capabilities for what's next
  • Ferrochrome moved by container train
  • AD Ports Group & Vale to jointly develop low-carbon mega hubs for steel industry
  • FIATA releases updated edition of Dangerous Goods Brochure
  • Foreign Trade Policy 2023
  • PM invites Australian businesses to invest in logistics
  • Wheat export ban repeal unlikely
  • Closure of non-major ports for foul season
  • Global e-commerce logistics market seen at $950 bn by 2027: Report
  • Russia extends further support for shipping along Arctic coastline

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International Transport Journal web site
MAY 26, 2023
  • Metrans expands rail network in Eastern Europe
  • First fully electric car transporters in service
  • A. Hartrodt opens office in Austria
  • Changes in executive team at Çelebi Aviation
  • HGK Shipping joins Green Award Inland Navigation
  • Iata Ceiv Li-Batt certification for Silk Way West
  • Hybrid power to transport building materials
  • UK: delivery firm buys fourth depot
  • Five honourees for 29th Int Maritime Hall of Fame
  • Swissport refines cool chain solution in Kenya
  • New LNG-hybrid vessels for NYK Line
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • More support needed to halve road fatalities
  • A cool 270%
  • AIT Worldwide Logistics welcomes Mario Cavallucci
  • Scandlines ferry on course
  • 90 years ago - the end of a gun runner?
  • First zero emission inland container ship launched

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The Loadstar web site
MAY 25, 2023
  • Box lines look to slash their bloated equipment pools
  • Sinotrans - the post-CMA CGM + Bolloré boost is gone
  • Airlines that adapt quickly will survive likely freight pain in H2
  • Freight slump does not stop US inland ports' advance
  • The DHL reign - here's how core Express is doing
  • Fret SNCF restructure: blow to jobs and green agenda?
  • Don't be fooled - logistics AI uses few and far between, warn experts
  • Cathay Cargo sees another management shake-up
  • No lows at Lowe's (yet)
  • Russian logistics companies enjoy high demand on new routes
  • OOCL fires back at Bed Bath & Beyond over FMC claim
  • Authority refloats bulker wedged in Suez Canal

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Marine Log web site
MAY 25, 2023
  • Canadian Coast Guard small vessel fleet set for major renewal
    The Canadian Government is to invest CAD 2.5 billion (about US$1.8 billion) in renewing the Canadian Coast Guard's small vessel fleet, which plays a critical role for the agency, especially in shallow
  • Nikolaus H. Schües takes over as BIMCO president
    At its general meeting in Hong Kong today, BIMCO, the world's largest shipping association, elected Nikolaus H. Schües, CEO and owner of Reederei F. Laeisz, as its president. Moving into the role
  • Maryland Pilots order second Baltimore class pilot launch
    The Association of Maryland Pilots has ordered a new pilot boat from Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding, Duclos Corporation. Piloting the Chesapeake Bay since 1852, the Association of Maryland Pilots is the oldest state-codified organization

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Container News web site
MAY 25, 2023
  • Hapag-Lloyd and ExxonMobil ink marine biofuel agreement
    ExxonMobil signed an agreement with Hapag-Lloyd in order to supply the German ocean carrier with B30 marine biofuel oil in the Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp (ARA) region. The marine biofuel delivery in ARA consisted in a 0.50% sulphur residual-based fuel (VLSFO) processed with waste-based fatty acid methyl esters (FAME). The resulting blend met ISO 8217:2017, while the FAME content complied with EN
  • AD Ports Group, Vale join forces to reduce CO2 emissions
    AD Ports Group signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Vale, a company that produces iron ore and nickel and is also a logistics operator in Brazil. Through this MoU, the two companies aim to develop a mega hub in Abu Dhabi for industrial complexes that produce low-carbon products for the steelmaking industry for both the local and seaborne markets, with a significant reduction of CO2 emi
  • BIMCO elects new president
    Nikolaus H. Schües, CEO and owner of Reederei F. Laeisz, is the new president of BIMCO, elected at the organisation's general meeting in Hong Kong on 25 May 2023. Nikolaus H. Schües will be the 46th president of BIMCO and will take over the role from Sabrina Chao of Wah Kwong Maritime Transport Holdings Limited, who has completed her two-year term. He is a member of the Presidential Committee of
  • CJ Logistics opens Starbucks' largest distribution centre in South Korea
    South Korea's largest logistics player CJ Logistics has opened the largest Starbucks distribution centre in the country. Located near Busan New Port, the facility has an area of 38,000 m²;, equivalent to six football fields, and processes 130,000 imported shipments of coffee beans every day. Outside the United States and China, South Korea has the most Starbucks outlets, with 1,750 cafes. CJ Logis
  • PSA acquires stake in Vietnam's logistics provider
    PSA International acquired a minority stake in SOTRANS Group (STG), also known as South Logistics Joint Stock Company, from Indo-Trans Logistics (ITL). The acquisition will be completed through PSA's fully-owned subsidiary, PSA Cargo Solutions Vietnam Investments. "PSA's acquisition of a strategic stake in SOTRANS represents confidence in ITL and is an opportunity for us to leverage on PSA's glob
  • Steps of Logistics Software Development for Optimizing Supply Chain Operations
    Transportation has advanced in leaps and bounds, and transportation software development has moved into the spotlight. Logistics software development is a lucrative field but a complex one. In this article, we'll take a closer look at logistics and transportation software development and what it takes to build logistics software. What is transportation software development? Transportation softwar
  • Revolutionizing Your Business Model: The Untold Advantages Of Fulfillment Services
    In today's fast-paced and very competitive business environment, it's crucial that we're constantly looking for ways to improve and streamline our operations. One aspect of business management that often gets overlooked is the importance of efficient order fulfillment. Suppose you're not familiar with the term. In that case, fulfillment services like AMS Fulfillment are third-party companies that
  • Container spot rates remain high despite weaker supply/demand balance
    In this week's "Shipping Number of the Week" from BIMCO, chief shipping analyst, Niels Rasmussen, looks at the fact that despite a 70-80% fall in freight rates, and worsening of the supply/demand balance, liner operators have been able to keep rates higher than pre-pandemic levels. "The Shanghai Containerized Freight Index and the China Containerized Freight Index have dropped by respectively 81%
  • Nigerdock receives government approval for Snake Island Port
    Nigerdock, a Nigerian maritime and logistics company, and Snake Island Integrated Free Zone, an economic development area, have received approval from the Federal Government of Nigeria for the commencement and expansion of Snake Island Port, an 850,000 m²; facility. Snake Island Port is a multipurpose port facility comprising three terminals located within Snake Island Integrated Free Zone. The ap
  • ICS report shows potential risk for decarbonisation targets
    According to the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) Maritime Barometer Report 2022-2023, uncertainty about fuel availability and infrastructure puts decarbonisation targets at risk, emphasising the need for a clear plan of action to manage risk. The first ICS Maritime Barometer Report is the first comprehensive yearly study of maritime leaders' risk and confidence. More than 130 C-suite deci

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Splash web site
MAY 25, 2023
  • Fredriksen's Northern Ocean secures more work with Shell Namibia as TotalEnergies contract gets pushed back
    John Fredriksen-controlled Northern Ocean, a semisub rig spin-off of Northern Drilling, has sealed a contract extension in Namibia for the 2019-built while the start-up of another one of its units in the country has encountered some setbacks. Supermajor Shell has exercised and option to add a further six months to the semi's work scope, keeping ...
  • BW Ideol sets sights on multi-gigawatt floating wind off Spain and Portugal
    BW Group's floating wind company, BW Ideol, has teamed up with Spain's Elawan Energy, part of Orix Corporation of Japan, to jointly develop a multi-GW floating wind pipeline off Spain and Portugal. Subject to further negotiation of the final agreement between the parties, this exclusive agreement covers the joint development of several commercial-scale projects, within ...
  • BIMCO and Nautilus Labs white paper calls for revision of charter party frameworks
    A new white paper from shipping association BIMCO and US maritime artificial intelligence firm Nautilus Labs is advocating for a reconsideration of 'sail-fast-then-wait' behavior as it lays out the potential for a 15 to 20% reduction in emissions by changing current approaches to charter party frameworks without compromising fleet capacity. The phenomenon of sail-fast-then-wait (SFTW), ...
  • PSA buys into Vietnamese logistics firm Sotrans
    Singaporean terminal operator PSA International has picked up a strategic minority stake in Vietnamese logistics firm Sotrans. PSA Cargo Solutions Vietnam Investments acquired the stake from the majority owner, Indo-Trans Logistics (ITL). No specific figure was disclosed, but local media suggests a deal worth about $55m for nearly 25% of Sotrans's capital. Established in 1975, Sotrans' ...
  • DFDS' Torben Carlsen takes over as Danish Shipping chairman
    Torben Carlsen, chief executive of roro operator DFDS has been elected as the new chairman of Danish Shipping, succeeding Torm's boss Jacob Meldgaard after four years at the helm. The general assembly unanimously elected Carlsen (pictured left) on Thursday. Meldgaard (pictured right) will remain part of the shipowners' organisation board, together with vice chair Caroline ...
  • Japan's PowerX details battery tanker scheme
    Japanese power transfer vessel developer PowerX has unveiled the detailed design of the first-ever 'battery tanker' set for domestic and international field testing in 2026. The company's first electric propulsion vessel, called 'Battery Tanker X', boasts a length of 140 m and will be equipped with 96 containerised marine batteries, providing a total capacity of ...
  • American maritime assets targeted by Chinese malware
    American maritime assets are being targeted by Volt Typhoon, a Chinese state-sponsored snooping operation, tech giant Microsoft warned today. Microsoft said it has uncovered "stealthy and targeted malicious activity" focused on post-compromise credential access and network system discovery aimed at critical infrastructure organisations in the US. The attack is carried out by Volt Typhoon, a ...
  • Prysmian eyes UK cabling deal
    Italy's Prysmian has been selected as the exclusive preferred bidder for the Eastern Green Link 2 cable connection in the UK. The Milan-based cabling giant said contract talks with SSEN Transmission and National Grid Electricity Transmission, the UK's electricity transmission network owners, are ongoing with the aim of sealing the deal in a "timely manner". ...
  • AIS hackers create Russian 'Z' war symbol off Crimea
    With Russia gearing up to defend its captured territories from an expected counter-offensive from Ukrainian forces, a brazen act of Automatic Identification System (AIS) spoofing has been detected in waters off Crimea. British geospatial intelligence firm Geollect reports that many AISs of merchant ships have been spoofed to create the pro- Russian war 'Z' symbol ...
  • BIMCO elects Nikolaus Schües as president
    The world's largest shipping organisation, BIMCO, has elected Nikolaus Schües, CEO and owner of German-based Reederei F. Laeisz, as its new president. Schües takes over from Wah Kwong Maritime Transport Holdings' chairman, Sabrina Chao, as the 46th president of BIMCO and the first German national to hold the position since 2011. "I am honoured to be elected ...
  • JJ Ugland's floating wind arm unveils cheaper foundation concept
    Norway's Ocean Ventus has unveiled a new concept that it says will deliver cost-competitive power from floating wind. The company, majority owned by JJ Ugland's fabricator Nymo, is marketing a floater that is cheaper from start to finish, including production, transportation, assembly and maintenance. Ocean Ventus said its design, which has received approval in principle ...
  • Nils Smedegaard Andersen appointed chairman of Scan Global Logistics
    Scan Global Logistics (SGL) has appointed former Maersk supremo Nils Smedegaard Andersen as chairman of the board. In February, CVC Capital Partners Fund VIII (CVC) became the majority shareholder in the Danish logistics firm, a transaction that has now closed, receiving all relevant regulatory approvals from authorities. Global CEO of SGL Allan Melgaard commented on ...
  • Global container production to slump to 14-year low
    Stagnating trade and a ballooning surplus of shipping containers, following easing of pandemic era supply chain constraints, has led to a collapse in newbuild container output, which is forecast by UK consultants Drewry to slump to its lowest level in 14 years. Drewry estimates that global box production contracted 71% year-on-year to 306,000 teu in ...
  • NKT rolls out cable layer investment plan
    Danish offshore cabling specialist NKT has announced plans to build a new cable-laying vessel driven by an increasing demand for high-voltage power cables. The Nasdaq Copenhagen-listed firm said the move came on the back of strong order intake and a record order backlog of more than €7bn ($7.51bn) at the end of the first quarter ...
  • Hunt to track down ship responsible for Red Sea oil slick
    SkyTruth, a nonprofit environmental watchdog, is trying to track down the ship responsible for a 250 km long oil slick in the Red Sea, which it detected last week. Sentinel-2 imagery from May 19 showed the huge slick off Sudan, estimated to be around 120,000 gallons of oil. Out of 94 AIS vessel tracks transiting ...
  • Master of wrecked bulk carrier off Gibraltar faces jail time
    The Syrian master of the wrecked OS 35 bulk carrier could face two years in jail, after pleading guilty at a court in Gibraltar this week. Sentencing is due in the middle of June. The ship came into contact with LNG carrier Adam LNG while manoeuvring to exit the port of Gibraltar on August 29 last year. The ...
  • Bulk carrier grounds along the Suez Canal
    A 56,708 dwt supramax bulk carrier grounded early this morning along the Suez Canal with ships then backing up behind it. The ship was refloated nearly four hours after it ran into difficulty. The Hong Kong-flagged ran aground at KM 159 at the canal's southern end at around 0400 hours, according to Leth Agencies. MarineTraffic ...
  • Shipping is long on optimistic claims but short of good optimisation data
    A new technology gold-rush is confusing buyers and encouraging providers to make unrealistic comparisons, writes Anders Bruun, CEO Coach Solutions. To read some of the claims being made in the shipping market it seems as though if we took all available vessel optimisation solutions and implemented them across the fleet, shipping would be a net ...

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Lloyd's List web site
MAY 25, 2023
  • Uncertainty is holding back industry decarbonisation, not technology
    If the political stars align and the right demand signals can be emitted, the latest analysis suggests that even the...
  • Imabari Shipbuilding chief urges Japanese yards to combine design strength
    Individual shipyards in Japan should form an alliance or combine their ship design, research and development division under the Japanese...
  • Wärtsilä's ammonia dual-fuel engine to be ready at the end of 2023
    Green ammonia and green methanol are expected to be the primary zero-emissions marine fuels to help the industry decarbonise
  • Why MEPC 80 will prove pivotal to industry and the future of the IMO
    The outcome of this summer's pivotal MEPC 80 meeting inside the IMO will not agree policy, but it will set...
  • Court of Appeal finding in Quadra v XL strengthens hand of insureds
    Decision has market-wide implications for 'insurable interest' provisions in cargo insurance policies
  • BIMCO and Danish Shipping appoint new heads
    Nikolaus Schües takes over from Sabrina Chao as president of BIMCO. Meanwhile, Jacob Meldgaard stands down from Danish Shipping as...
  • LR programme seeks boxship fire-detection technology submissions
    A fire in a container at the bottom of a stack could be well underway before crew notice. Detection technology could...
  • Hengli Heavy Industry wins order for four bulkers
    The latest order placed by a Greek shipowner increases Hengli's orderbook to 14 vessels
  • Suez Canal groundings double this year
    While incidents are comparatively higher than previous years, the overall impact on traffic flow is often minimal given the Suez...
  • Equipment demand plummets as carriers cut back
    Container lines desperate for boxes pushed production up to 7.2m teu of equipment in 2021. This year the global fleet...
  • BW Epic Kosan expects continued strong markets ahead
    The small gas carrier specialist will continue to focus on the liquefied petroleum gas, petrochemicals and specialty gases sector while...
  • Daily Briefing
    EU block exemption renewal faces political hurdles | FMC actions from US shippers highlight coercive power of carriers | Pandemic...

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The Journal of Commerce web site
MAY 25, 2023
  • Shipping icon Bertram Rickmers, 71, succumbs to injuries from fall
    Visionary shipping legend Bertram Rickmers created the Pearl String, the only round-the-world breakbulk liner service, which operated from 2003 until the fall of Zeamarine in 2020.
  • Shippers hold onto intermodal boxes amid warehouse reshuffling: survey
    As shippers scramble to shed unwanted inventory, more than 80% responding to a Journal of Commerce survey reported that they've kept 53-foot domestic containers for too long, incurring detention fees.
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  • Carriers pare blank sailings in May as ocean freight rates steady
    With spot freight rates largely stabilized, ocean carriers have blanked fewer sailings in May and instead opted for more biweekly sailings.
  • Ocean trade emerges from pandemic haze to face new realities
    Although the container shipping order book is the highest it has been in many years and demand remains subdued, the ground is shifting under the ocean market in new and unfamiliar ways, writes Peter Tirschwell.
  • Forwarders locked in margin-destroying price war in post-COVID ocean market
    Price is once again on the side of shippers, with excess ocean capacity allowing them to extract lower rates from service providers.

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TradeWinds web site
MAY 25, 2023
  • Seanergy posts loss fuelled by 'seasonal weakness' but gives dividend on bullish outlook
    Capesize bulker spot market has fallen by a third in past two weeks, however, to under $15,000 per day
  • Upcycle coming: Star Bulk is a stellar bargain, Clarksons Securities says
    Compelling ship supply situation makes Greek giant a strong investment case
  • Swire Bulk to close London office as it eyes consolidation of its European operations
    Singapore-headquartered bulker operator is considering the future of its European and Australian bases
  • Lines look for Panama fillip to seal delayed transpacific contracts
    Panama Canal surcharges could boost stagnant freight rates
  • Up-cycle coming: Star Bulk is a stellar bargain, Clarksons Securities says
    Compelling ship supply situation makes Greek giant a strong investment case
  • Streetwise: Outgoing Genco Shipping CFO Apostolos Zafolias on lessons learned in 18 years of good, bad and ugly
    This week's Streetwise newsletter bids adieu to a departing money chief but not without some tales from his 18 years in ship finance
  • China on alert as ageing tankers discharge Russian crude
    Detentions increase across Asia as sanctions targeting Russia change tanker fleet demographic
  • Hapag-Lloyd eyes 'challenging' 2045 carbon target as its first LNG-fuelled container ships emerge
    First of 12 pioneering 23,500-teu LNG dual-fuelled container ships set for delivery in mid-June
  • Jacob Meldgaard hands over to Torben Carlsen at Danish Shipping
    DFDS boss replacing Torm CEO as chairman after a four-year stint
  • Anemoi ramping up production of rotor sails for big bulkers and tankers
    UK-based company spun out of Greece's Blue Planet Shipping will raise external finance this year for the first time as it takes production capacity to 50 rotors per year
  • ESG the key for Oslo shipping investors, says bourse chief Amundsen
    Stock exchange boss says if shipowners are not part of decarbonisation, they will lose out
  • Ship AIS data spoofed to draw pro-war Russian Z symbol in Black Sea
    UK says fake tracks created as morale boost before Ukrainian counter-offensive
  • F Laeisz's Nikolaus Schues takes over at Bimco with digitalisation mission
    F Laeisz supremo replacing Sabrina Chao as president after her two-year term ends
  • 'Dream big': New generation of shipbrokers on the rise at Leeway Brokers of Dubai
    Team of maritime millennials have global ambitions in the dry bulk chartering space
  • Shipping not investing enough in its people, says South32's Su Yin Anand
    Mining giant's outgoing head of shipping makes some pointed closing arguments at TradeWind's Shipowners Forum
  • Erik Thun wins Swedish cash to fit batteries on dry cargo ships
    Owner reveals award from the state Climate Leap initiative
  • Knutsen OAS reveals mammoth $626m profit as revenue tops $1bn
    Seglem family operation expects another 'satisfactory' year as it plots to grow its LNG contract backlog
  • Hunter Group establishes carbon carrier outfit while teasing further activity
    Shipless Oslo-listed player says it is in the final stages of developing a liquefied CO2 carrier
  • BW Epic Kosan snaps up bargain duo as it ships out seven smaller gas carriers
    BW Group-backed LPG vessel owner continues to focus on larger sizes
  • Huge benefit of 'dynamic' flight for kite on Airbus ro-ro aims to prove 20% savings
    Airseas says year of transatlantic trials proved SeaWings kite can help pull ship and take-off and landing system works. Now for the full magic says founder
  • Mitsui & Co returns to Hyundai yard for product tanker newbuildings
    The Japanese trading house has a total of six 50,000-dwt product tankers on order at the Hyundai yard
  • Suez Canal authority refloats briefly stuck Chinese bulker
    Northbound ship traffic resumes in Egyptian waterway
  • Market analysis: Oil majors loosen age restrictions as Middle East OSV supply tightens
    Regions offshore players say that desperate big-name charterers are willing to fix vessels of up to 20 years in age
  • Vale eyes India as it prepares for peak in China steel production
    Brazilian mining giant says that while global output will increase the market will become less reliant on one country
  • New generation of shipbrokers on the rise at Leeway Brokers of Dubai
    Team of maritime millennials have global ambitions in the dry-bulk chartering space
  • Upping LNG bunker vessel efficiencies could add two ships to mix
    Expect to see first methanol-fuelled pure car/truck carrier this year, DNV says

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American Shipper web site
MAY 25, 2023
  • Cargo volume mixed at Gulf Coast ports in April
    Container volume at ports in Houston and New Orleans fell in April, while Corpus Christi was bolstered by crude oil exports.
  • Sun still shines on South America's container shipping trade
    Not all cargo markets are back to pre-COVID "normal." Container shipping rates to South America remain elevated.

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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
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
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
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
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
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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
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
››› Press Review File
FORUM of Shipping
and Logistics
Relazione del presidente Daniele Rossi
Napoli, 30 settembre 2020
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