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07 December 2023 - Year XXVII
Independent journal on economy and transport policy
10:45 GMT+1
September 26, 2023

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Exim India web site
SEPTEMBER 26, 2023
  • India-Middle East-Europe corridor to become key driver of world trade: PM
  • Integration in global value chains seen adding $1.2 trn to India's foreign trade by 2030
  • MOL, PETRONAS & MISC set the stage for the development of Liquefied CO2 carriers
  • Nitin Gadkari calls on all stakeholders to support the Vehicle Scrapping Policy
  • A positive year for hull underwriters but change is on the horizon, says IUMI
  • FFFAI & LSC host webinar to create awareness on apprenticeship training
  • Vessel loads highest parcel at Kandla Harbour
  • Kerala Chief Minister unveils logo of Vizhinjam Port
  • India to defer import licensing of laptops
  • Logistics Sector Skill Council inks MoU with Bradley University
  • THE Alliance announces Transpacific-North West Coast network change
  • China's first green marine methanol industrial chain cooperation project officially launched
  • Partners support emission reductions on Rotterdam-Singapore Green & Digital Shipping Corridor
  • DGTR begins anti-dumping probe against 4 Chinese items
  • One more GDP growth projection over 6 pc
  • Indian Register of Shipping hosts impactful events at London International Shipping Week

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International Transport Journal web site
SEPTEMBER 26, 2023
  • Rescued from skewed distress
  • Another connection for Albatros Express
  • ICTSI milestone: large vessel in Latin America
  • Adidas to deploy mobile robots in Suzhou
  • Celebrating 20 years of cargo flights
  • Joining forces for more green trucks
  • Röhlig appoints global head of industry verticals
  • Autonomous delivery for DHL Express Estonia
  • More e-vehicles for the UAE fleet
  • Bifa names regional representative
  • Booking services via Cargo One platform
  • Inland Port Greer sets record in August
  • Lulu Group opens facility in Milan
  • Railcar orders: best quarter since 2013
  • Genoa: a new port government commissioner
  • IAG Cargo launches constant climate in Cincinnati
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • MOL & Kambara: green shipping pact

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The Loadstar web site
SEPTEMBER 25, 2023
  • Mexico-US trade flows checked as borders become pressure points
  • Knights of Old enters administration
  • Maersk and Hapag-Lloyd offer their guides to 2024 ETS surcharges
  • German M&A redux: from Schenker to HHLA - 'price or politics?'
  • Trucking looks set to push for more use of biofuel in Europe
  • Forwarders and box lines will carry on with their own air networks
  • OceanX: Adversity in all shapes and forms
  • Despite freight rate fall, LC Logistics goes ahead with Hong Kong IPO
  • Reporter Charlotte Goldstone joins The Loadstar team

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Marine Log web site
SEPTEMBER 25, 2023
  • FERRIES 2023: Candela eyes electrified vessels to improve public transit
    Waterborne transportation has long been an important mode of travel, but the environmental impact and cost of operating traditional ferries has limited its use in modern times. However, with Stockholm-based Candela's cutting-edge technology,
  • Russia's Black Sea Fleet Commander reported killed
    As a trickle of merchant ships starts to use the Ukrainian-designated "safe corridor" to its ports, the Ukrainian Navy and special forces continue to degrade Russia's naval capabilities. The most recent example
  • SEACOR Holdings sells U.S. harbor towing business
    SEACOR Holdings Inc. says its Seabulk Towing Holdings Inc. subsidiary is to sell its U.S. harbor towing operations and assets. They are being bought by two fifth-generation family-owned companies: New Orleans headquartered
  • Suez Canal Authority orders 10 RAstar 3200-W ASD tugs
    Egypt's South Red Sea Shipyard has awarded Vancouver, B.C.-based Robert Allan Ltd. a contract for the design of 10 RAstar 3200-W ASD tugs to be built for the Suez Canal Authority. These
  • Op-Ed: Ports as sites for security and defense
    By Professor Basil Germond, Chair in International Security and co-director of the Security Lancaster Research Institute and Professor Jan Bebbington, Rubin Chair in Sustainability in Business and director of the Pentland Centre,
  • Nexan returns to Ulstein for next generation cable layer
    Paris, France, headquartered Nexans is to add a third cable layer to its fleet. Like its flagship vessel, Nexans Aurora, it will be built by Ulstein Verft in Ulsteinvik, Norway, to a
  • Op-Ed: How the world tanker market split due to the Ukraine war
    By John Helmer In the war at sea between the U.S.-NATO alliance and Russia, the Russian shipping company Sovcomflot says its future has never been better. The U.S. State Department directing the
  • Virginia offshore wind project marks a regulatory milestone
    Dominion Energy reports that its Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind (CVOW) project reached a major regulatory milestone today when the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management announced that it had completed its environmental analysis

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Container News web site
SEPTEMBER 25, 2023
  • NYK to reduce methane emissions
    NYK participated in September as a key partner in the Methane Abatement in Maritime Innovation Initiative ("MAMII"), an initiative to reduce methane emissions in the maritime industry. More specifically, MAMII is led by Safetytech Accelerator, a non-profit organisation established by Lloyd's Register Group. Also, in its first year, the initiative has produced a methane strategy landscape report c
  • ICTSI in Latin America reaches a new operational milestone
    CMA CGM Alexander Von Humboldt arrived at Contecon Manzanillo (CMSA) in Mexico and Sociedad Puerto Industrial Aguadulce (SPIA) in Colombia, marking a new operational milestone for International Container Terminal Services (ICTSI). The 396-meter-long vessel is the first of its size in Latin America to operate on a regular basis. Its presence highlights CMSA and SPIA's ability to efficiently handle
  • ZIM launches direct service between WCSA and Savannah
    ZIM offers a new direct service between the port of Savannah and the West Coast of South America to support the growing perishables market. In particular, the direct service on the ZIM Colibri Xpress aims to take advantage of Savannah's refrigerated cargo infrastructure and partner network that can support a suite of services, such as agriculture inspections, cold treatment/retreatment services,
  • PSA BDP and ALISAN logistics expand presence in Türkiye
    PSA BDP and ALISAN Logistics, a logistics provider in Türkiye and member of the PSA Group, celebrated with a formal event the finalisation of the acquisition of ALISAN by PSA International (PSA). Earlier, PSA announced an agreement to acquire 75% of the shares of ALISAN, with the company grouped under PSA BDP, PSA's cargo solutions arm. During the evening, leaders unveiled a new ALISAN logo to hi
  • San Pedro Bay and Shanghai ports implement first Transpacific green shipping corridor
    The world's first green shipping corridor across the Pacific is taking form. According to a statement, a voluntary partnership of leading maritime goods movement stakeholders unveiled a Green Shipping Corridor Implementation Plan Outline to cut emissions on one of the world's busiest container shipping routes across the Pacific Ocean, including the Ports of Los Angeles, Long Beach, and Shanghai.
  • Mawani signs green deal with SIRC
    The Saudi Ports Authority (Mawani) has signed an agreement with the Saudi Investment Recycling Company (SIRC) in order to promote collaboration across sustainability, marine safety, and oil spill control besides setting up waste management and recycling facilities. In particular, the agreement is specifically tailored towards adopting sustainable ship waste recycling practices and strengthening r

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Splash web site
SEPTEMBER 25, 2023
  • Ship Concept 2030: Tomorrow's skillsets at sea
    What will crew need to be adapt at when stepping onboard a newbuild coming out of a yard in 2030? E-fuels, biogas, biofuels, fuel cells, nuclear propulsion, kite sails, rigid wing sails, Flettner rotors, air lubrication, Mewis ducts, hull antifouling, onboard carbon capture, artificial intelligence and automation - there's a huge amount of new 'stuff' ...
  • Fredriksen's Northern Drilling loses arbitration against Hanwha over cancelled drillships
    John Fredriksen's rig investment company, Northern Drilling, has lost a legal battle with Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME), now Hanwha Ocean, over cancelled resale contracts for two ultra-deepwater drillships. In 2021, Northern Drilling terminated deals with DSME for the West Libra and West Aquila, citing delays in delivery as well as a repudiatory breach ...
  • Maersk Supply Service wins subsea vessel contract extension in Angola
    Maersk Supply Service has been awarded a contract extension for its subsea support vessel . The 2017-built ship will support various subsea operations off the coast of Angola for an additional 15 months. The vessel had previously worked for TotalEnergies. The ship's AIS data shows it is destined for the TotalEnergies-operated Dalia field located in ...
  • Danaos linked to further cape play
    Greek containership owner Danaos continues to place its bets on the dry bulk market with another move on seconhand capesize tonnage. According to brokers, the John Coustas-led boxship tonnage provider, which earlier this year acquired five capes, has snapped up Sinokor's 175.879 dwt 2009-built West Trader for about $18.8m. In July, the New York-listed firm ...
  • Diana Shipping wins charters for dry bulk duo
    Greek bulker owner Diana Shipping has entered into time charter contracts for two of its dry bulk vessels with ASL Bulk Marine and ST Shipping and Transport. The Semiramis Paliou-led owner of 41 bulkers fixed out its ultramax DSI Pyxis to Bulk Marine. The gross charter rate is $14,250 per day, minus a 5% commission ...
  • Seacor offloads US towage business
    US owner Seacor Holdings has sold harbor towing operations and assets from its Seabulk Towing subsidiary to two separate buyers, E.N. Bisso & Son and Bay-Houston Towing. The portfolio company of American Industrial Partners said the E.N. Bisso transaction includes 12 harbor tugs across ports in Florida and Alabama, while Bay-Houston is acquiring eight vessels ...
  • Seacon unlocks cash in fresh sale and leaseback deal
    Hong Kong-listed Seacon Shipping has raised fresh capital via the sale and leaseback of one of its newbuilds. The Qingdao-based shipowner and operator has sealed a deal with Bank of Beijing Financial Leasing to sell the 13,500 dwt general cargo ship for $21.25m. The vessel will deliver this month and be chartered back to Seacon ...
  • Subsea 7 and SLB alliance deepens ties with BP
    Subsea Integration Alliance, a non-incorporated tie-up between Subsea 7 and SLB's OneSubsea has penned a memorandum of understanding with UK supermajor BP aimed at forming a framework agreement for integrated subsea developments. The framework agreement would see Subsea Integration Alliance work with BP from concept selection, through the full field life cycle, to deliver "enhanced ...
  • CMA CGM, COSCO, Maersk, ONE sign up for transpacific green corridor
    A partnership between ports, carriers, and cargo owners has published an outline of a Green Shipping Corridor Implementation Plan which will accelerate emissions reductions on one of the world's busiest container shipping routes across the Pacific Ocean. As part of the historic plan, the carrier partners will begin deploying reduced or zero lifecycle carbon capable ...
  • Vattenfall taps DEME for Dutch wind farm work
    Sweden's Vattenfall has selected DEME Offshore to further strengthen the cables around the Netherlands' Hollandse Kust Zuid offshore wind farm site. Under the contract, DEME will carry out rock installation utilising its fleet of fall pipe vessels with work set to take place between the fourth quarter of 2023 and the first quarter of 2025. ...
  • South Korea's SK ecoplant lines up work on domestic offshore wind project
    SK ecoplant has landed a preferred supplier agreement for the transportation and installation of jacket foundations at the Anma offshore wind farm in South Korea. The work scope covers 38 jackets designed to accommodate 14 MW wind turbines for the 532 MW wind farm project located some 40 km west of the South Korean peninsula's ...
  • Ukraine's new shipping corridor gains traction
    Ukraine's new shipping corridor is gaining traction. Following last week's sailing from Black Sea ports of two ships carrying grain bound for international markets, another three bulk carriers have arrived in Ukraine ready to take on a combined 130,000 tons of grain and iron ore. Further ships are ready to make the voyage to the ...
  • TotalEnergies exercises option on Vantage drillship
    Vantage Drilling has seen a second priced option exercised on its drillship working offshore West Africa. TotalEnergies has opted to keep the 2013-built for 110 days, fixing it into the second quarter of 2024. Under the contract signed in June 2022, the French energy major, which has been utilising the floater offshore Namibia, has one ...
  • COSCO takes stake in MOL's three LNG newbuilds
    COSCO Shipping Energy Transportation (CSET), the oil and gas shipping unit of COSCO Shipping Group, is buying into three LNG carriers Japan's Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) has lined up for construction at Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding. The Chinese state-owned shipping giant will acquire a 49% stake in each ship set to deliver from the CSSC-affiliated yard by ...
  • Oaktree sells down in Star Bulk
    US private equity firm Oaktree Capital Management Greek has offloaded about an 8% stake in Greek dry bulk owner Star Bulk Carriers. The Nasdaq-listed operator of around 120 bulkers is buying back 10m shares from its largest investor for $18.50 apiece. The Petros Pappas-led firm is funding the deal with proceeds from vessels sold "at ...
  • OceanPal fixes out bulker to Five Ocean
    Greek bulker owner OceanPal has entered a time charter contract with Five Ocean Corporation for one of its capesize dry bulk vessels. Five Ocean hired the 171,810-dwt bulker on a gross charter rate of $14,500 per day minus a 5% commission paid to third parties. The Nasdaq-listed spinoff of Diana Shipping said that the vessel ...
  • Wisdom Marine sells two newcastlemaxes
    Lan Chun Sheng-led Wisdom Marine has cuts its exposure to the large bulk carrier segment. The Taiwanese mammoth has been temping the market for months with two 11-year-old, 208,000 dwt newcastlemaxes called Blue Horizon and Clear Horizon. The company finally agreed on a sale with Germany's Neu Seeschiffahrt paying $61m for the pair. Wisdom Marine ...
  • St Lawrence traffic suspended following cement carrier grounding
    Two tugs have been dispatched from Montreal to assist the , a cement carrier that ran aground on Sunday morning on the St Lawrence River near Cornwall in Ontario. Traffic along the river has been suspended with authorities concerned that the cement carrier has taken on water. The ship has developed a list to port. ...
  • Petronas, MISC and MOL to develop liquified CO2 carrier venture
    Malaysian energy giant Petronas, along with its shipping arm MISC, has signed a term sheet with Japan's Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) to create a joint venture to develop liquified carbon dioxide (LCO2) carriers for carbon capture and storage projects around Malaysia. The three parties have been working on LCO2 carrier designs for many months, which ...

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Lloyd's List web site
SEPTEMBER 25, 2023
  • Carriers struggle to contain costs
    Container lines have seen operating costs rise since the pandemic. Reducing costs further could even lead to jobs being cut
  • Seafarers agree wage increases and focus on fuel transition
    The challenges for seafarers of the move to decarbonisation are not insignificant. The working group set up by the ITF...
  • Russian drone and missile strikes Odesa port, killing two
    Two Odesa residents were killed in Russian drone and missile strikes. The overnight comes after regional trade resumed
  • The week in newbuildings: Owners sign up for more crude oil tankers while cruiseship orderbook sees a boost
    The newbuilding orderbook for suezmax tankers and very large crude carriers has now reached 56 vessels and 22 ships respectively
  • TEN eyes more dual-fuel tankers after delivery of lead Equinor aframax
    US-listed company believed to be in discussions for methanol-capable tanker newbuildings
  • Gard alone accounts for vast majority of P&I club underwriting profits
    Shipowners seeking stability should insure with larger International Group affiliates, while smaller marine mutuals will 'continue to struggle', marine broker...
  • Winter rally arrives for VLCCs as Atlantic draw sees tanker rates climb
    Time charter equivalent rates 'back to normal' after Saudi and Russia export cutbacks saw crude inventories draw and oil-on-water volumes...
  • Joining the maritime industry 'is like stepping back in time'
    Seafarer charity head Simon Grainge is addressing the recruitment crisis head-on. It comes as industry events are beginning to ask...
  • Bocomm Financial Leasing's ship drawdown to exceed $4.1bn by 2023
    The president of Bocomm Financial Leasing says the lessor possesses a fleet of nearly 500 vessels, ranking third in the...
  • Very large gas carriers smash rates records as Chinese propane demand fuels arbitrage trade
    Difference in price between LPG sold in Houston and Japan was $316 per tonne according to Avance Gas, with freight...
  • Further call to protect EU ports from ETS fallout
    Plans are in place to prevent carriers avoiding the Emissions Trading System tax by way of using transhipment hubs. But...
  • More boxships and bulkers sold for recycling as prices jump
    Indian recyclers are still picking up the majority of vessels being circulated for end-of-life sale, including several 'extraordinarily priced' boxships
  • Chinese container executives warn of slower growth
    The world's container shipping volumes will line up with global economic growth in the long run, Cosco Shipping executive vice-president Lin...
  • The week in charts: Frenzied trading grips new Shanghai container futures | Tanker values may have peaked | Marine insurance recovery continues
    Asset values for crude and product tankers fall, insurance premiums jump 8.3% in 2022 and new containerised futures exchange reports...
  • MOL, Petronas and MISC tie up to develop liquefied CO2 carriers
    Japan's Mitsui OSK Lines is working with Malaysian state oil giant Petronas and shipping group MISC on CO2 carriers
  • Seacon strikes sale-and-leaseback bulker deal with Beijing Leasing
    It will then bareboat charter back the dry bulker, which is scheduled to be delivered this month, for 10 years
  • Daily Briefing
    Dark fleet tanker engine failure blocks Turkish Strait traffic | Tanker values may have peaked as Greek owners avoid dark...

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The Journal of Commerce web site
SEPTEMBER 25, 2023
  • First green shipping corridor will connect Shanghai with Southern California
    Los Angeles, Long Beach and Shanghai will work with ocean carriers and an organization of cities committed to emissions reductions to develop the first-ever green shipping corridor along one of the busiest shipping lanes in the world.
  • Uncertain US shippers shifting freight, altering inventory strategies
    The BlueGrace Logistics Confidence Index indicates retail shippers with "tremendous" inventories on hand are likely to move more small shipments as the holidays approach.
  • Sourcing shift causes surge in South American logistics investment
    New forwarding and ocean services are being added to South American trade lanes as service providers move to capture rising trade growth in the region.
  • CSX, NS Gulf Coast rail deal with Amtrak receives federal funding
    The U.S. Department of Transportation will back improvements along tracks that span the ports of Mobile and New Orleans to allow freight and passenger service to coexist.

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TradeWinds web site
SEPTEMBER 25, 2023
  • Diana and Costamare forge term deals as midsize bulker period charter assessments rise
    New York-listed Diana expects to make nearly $9m off latest two charters
  • Nova Algoma cement carrier spends second day aground after halting St Lawrence traffic
    Vessel was briefly refloated before running aground again
  • Diana Shipping forges trio of term deals as midsize bulker period charter assessments rise
    New York-listed shipowner expects to make nearly $9m off latest two charters
  • Judge slaps Alf Aanonsen's Trinity companies with default judgment in charter case
    Court awards treble damages, bringing total sum to $14.2m
  • Seafarers win 6% pay rise under International Bargaining Forum deal
    Four-year deal reached between employers and unions in Berlin last week
  • Australia-to-China coal flows push capesize bulker rates to three-month high
    Spot rates surge 30% in a week as import prices beat north China coal
  • Ships in Odesa port 'damaged' in latest Russian strike, says Ukraine
    Grain export facilities may be unusable after missile attack
  • 'Most affordable': Analysts say it is time to snap up International Seaways stock
    Clarksons Securities likes the look of dividend capacity at Lois Zabrocky-led tanker shipowner
  • Container ships set for recycling in India as pricing levels top $600 per ldt
    But market sources caution that Sinokor deal is not indicative of current scrap prices
  • Russian fuel export ban leaves tanker market in limbo, says Poten & Partners
    Uncertainty looms for ships currently involved in Russian exports, says broker
  • Crude tanker seasonality is real, Clarksons' Frode Morkedal reminds investors
    VLCC, suezmax and aframax rates rise week over week as northern hemisphere temperatures drop
  • Clarksons says tanker tonne-miles growing at fastest rate since 2017
    Opec cuts are dampening volumes but not distances, research chief Stephen Gordon says
  • VLCC rates start to pick up after 'disastrous' September, say analysts
    Minor rally continues as owners insist that conditions are set fair for years to come
  • 'How it should be': Oystein Kalleklev says VLGC rates moving into LNG carrier territory
    Boss with foot in both camps of gas shipping says everybody is happy with record earnings
  • Celsius forward-fixes four methanol-ready container ship newbuildings
    Unifeeder steps up chartering activity
  • MOL and MISC form joint venture with Petronas to build CO2 carrier fleet
    Asian heavyweights teaming up to develop and monetise gas shipping concept
  • Seaspan expects first big ammonia container ship on the water from 2030
    Canadian owner aiming to take its charterers on the decarbonisation journey
  • Ailing Greek ferry relic finally given the heave-ho onto Turkish ship recyclers
    Sucker-punched by cheap Russian steel imports, Aliaga's recyclers can still rely on Greek ferry sector for tonnage
  • Cosco Shipping Energy buys into MOL's new Chinese LNG carriers
    Sino-Japanese partnership deepens with new investment
  • Luksic family's shipping gamble pays off as fortune swells to $25bn
    Chilean owners of CSAV benefit from shareholding in container line Hapag-Lloyd
  • Russia shuns Western shipping services as its crude revenues soar
    Western insurance is forced out of the trade as price-capped trading recedes
  • Seafarers evacuated as handysize bulker burns off Indonesia
    Vessel hit by engine room blaze on Sunday
  • Ailing Greek ferry relic finally given the heave-ho onto Turkish ship recylcers
    Sucker-punched by cheap Russian steel imports, Aliaga's recyclers can still rely on Greek ferry sector for tonnage
  • Ship size is going to matter due to ammonia's limitations, designers say
    Naval architects argue bigger vessels will have an advantage by being able to house large fuel tanks
  • Insurer West of England gets credit rating boost
    AM Best awards London-based mutual insurer an A- rating
  • Petredec sells vessel to Greece's Naftomar amid soaring VLGC rates
    Major VLGC shipowner and trader sells one of its oldest ships as it takes delivery of six newbuildings
  • SITC buys seven chartered and newbuild ships in deal with chairman Yang Shaopeng
    Hong Kong-listed line spending $58m on expanding owned fleet
  • Taiwan's Wisdom Marine to downsize capesize fleet as bulker pair put up for sale
    Capesize segment not core to the company's business
  • QatarEnergy closes in on first batch of its phase 2 LNG newbuilding project
    Company poised to declare some of pre-reserved slots but all eyes are on which shipowners will join party
  • Former Wallem managing director Peter Cowling dies
    Popular industry executive described as a 'shipping man through and through'
  • Danaos linked to Sinokor vessel in new capesize acquisition
    US-listed container ship player said to be making its second expansion move in bulkers
  • Shipping man Stefanos Kasselakis wins party vote to become Greek opposition leader
    Entrepreneur-turned-leftist politician takes Greek Syriza party by storm
  • Container ships set for recycling in India as pricing levels top the $600 per ldt mark
    But market sources caution that Sinokor container ship deal is not indicative of current scrap price levels
  • Cosco Shipping leads Chinese green methanol bunker fuel initiative
    State-owned giant says project will also explore other green fuels for shipping
  • Russian fuel export ban leaves tanker market in limbo, says Poten
    Uncertainty over what will happen with the ships currently involved in Russian exports, says broker

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American Shipper web site
SEPTEMBER 25, 2023
  • Air Canada cancels Boeing order for 777 freighters
    Air Canada is backing out of a deal to buy two large 777 freighters from Boeing.

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