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23 March 2023 - Year XXVII
Independent journal on economy and transport policy
15:23 GMT+1
January 27, 2023

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Exim India web site
JANUARY 27, 2023
  • Maersk & MSC to discontinue 2M alliance in 2025
  • Tiger Logistics celebrates Tiger Vision Fest
  • Withdrawal of oil jetty for works at Deendayal Port
  • Trends that will reshape the logistics industry in 2023
  • CNY 2023: Deployed capacity drops sharply
  • Antwerp Port's innovation hub NextGen Demo ready to welcome circular pioneers
  • Dry bulk shipping sector has a poor start in 2023
  • Export prices of white rice up
  • Jubail Commercial Port added to India Gulf Service 1
  • Hapag-Lloyd completes stake acquisition in Spinelli Group
  • Call for raising import duty on aluminium, aluminium products
  • Suez Canal increases cargo ROB limit
  • Electronic toll collection through FASTag grew 46% in 2022

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International Transport Journal web site
JANUARY 27, 2023
  • A premiere for a private railway
  • Improving rail service for Wilhelmshaven
  • A fleet of 50 e-trucks
  • Euroairport remains cautious
  • GW introduces e-cargo bikes
  • Opening in Memphis
  • Röhlig Logistics picks Robert Lawry
  • Traversing the Horn of Africa again
  • Enlarging the Manila terminal
  • UK: a new zero-carbon end-to-end service
  • Bonnier appoints Moritz Trüg
  • A Dutch-German development cooperation
  • Ashanti Airlines wins tender for new Ghanaian airline
  • MSC opts out of JNPT
  • Room for 62 pallet spaces
  • Military logistics for humanitarian aid
  • A tandem to lead Heyworld
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • AA Cargo and Airlink unite for Haiti
  • More LNG projects in Japan

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The Loadstar web site
JANUARY 26, 2023
  • Bullish MSC continues to strengthen its fleet for life after the 2M
  • Capacity control by the biggest carriers will prevent rates tumbling further
  • In the name of Kuehne post-MSC/Mærsk divorce
  • Scrapyards ready for another containership recycling boom
  • Port of Halifax nudges past 600,000 teu, but competition is growing
  • Manston air freight hub development can go ahead, but protestors won't give up
  • Save crown jewel GLS from Royal Mail now

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Marine Log web site
JANUARY 26, 2023
  • Fatigue seen as cause of OSV strike on production platform
    A company's failure to adhere to the 12-hour work limit set in its Fatigue Management document is seen as the probable cause of an offshore supply vessel strike on an oil and
  • American Jazz heads for California via the Panama Canal
    American Cruise Lines reports that its modern riverboat American Jazz is repositioning from the Mississippi River to the West Coast for new California river cruises. Beginning in February 2023, they will be
  • MPC Container Ships lines up synthetic MDO supply
    Oslo-headquartered MPC Container Ships (OSE: MPCC) has signed an agreement that will see it take deliveries of synthetic Marine Diesel Oil (MDO) from Karlsruhe, Germany, based INERATEC GmbH, starting in 2024. The
  • GAO warns of challenges ahead for Columbia class program
    The Navy has long stated that the Columbia-class ballistic missile submarine program is its highest shipbuilding priority. The Columbia class will replace the Ohio class submarines that currently provide the sea-based leg

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Container News web site
JANUARY 26, 2023
  • MABUX reports that global bunker indices are on the rise
    Over the fourth week of the year, Marine Bunker Exchange (MABUX) global bunker indices continued a sustainable upward trend. The 380 HSFO index rose by US$9.14 to US$491.02/MT, the VLSFO index added US$19.98 USD reaching US$719.15/MT and the MGO index also increased by US$35.37 to US$1,073.92/MT. "At the moment, the global bunker market retains the potential for a further uptrend," commented a MA
  • Moody's upgrades DP World's ratings
    Moody's Ratings Agency has raised DP World's ratings in a major statement of confidence in the port operator's business and future. The upgrade comes on the heels of two large investments in DP World's key UAE properties, the Jebel Ali Port, the Jebel Ali Free Zone, and the National Industries Park, in 2022. The first came from CDPQ, a Canadian investment firm, in May, followed by Hassana, a Saud
  • MPC Container Ships, INERATEC to explore new alternative fuel for shipping
    Norwegian boxship owner MPC Container Ships (MPCC) and INERATEC, a supplier of sustainable fuels, have signed an agreement for the supply of synthetic Marine Diesel Oil (MDO) made from biogenic CO2 and renewable hydrogen. The delivery is set to start in 2024. With this agreement, MPC Container Ships kickstarts the transition towards carbon-neutral, synthetic diesel in the shipping sector. "While
  • Port of Mobile achieves record container year
    Port of Mobile in Alabama, US reported record container shipping numbers in the previous year, handling 563,191 TEUs, representing an 11% growth compared with 2021 box volumes. Meanwhile, intermodal rail volumes continued a 31-month record of triple-digit growth, ending the year with a 142% increase over 2021. Additionally, the container terminal handled a record 312 vessels, translating to an in
  • Port of New York and New Jersey between the two California giants
    The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has announced its container volumes for the month of December 2022, as well as for the full year of 2022. A record total of nearly 9.5 million TEUs throughout the year was noted for the first time in the port's history. In particular, the major US port handled a total of 9,493,664 TEUs during the last year, representing an increase of 27% from pre-pan
  • Wan Hai closes US$32 million demolition sale deal
    Wan Hai Lines has apparently gotten over US$32 million after finalising the demolition sale of 10 elderly boxships, as the recycling of container vessels accelerates. Ship brokers report that after an open tender , the Taiwanese liner operator has sold four 1,088 TEU 160-type ships built between 1996 and 1998, as well as six 1994-built 200-type ships with a box capacity of 1,368 TEUs. These are t
  • Deadly fall from container ship at the port of Los Angeles
    A dock worker lost his life at the port of Los Angeles after a fall from the superstructure of a container vessel onto the deck below, approximately 15 metres high. The Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) said that firefighters arrived on the scene and found there was no confined space rescue or physical extrication required. According to LAFD's announcement, firefighters and paramedics initiated
  • FlexCold announces expansion of Jacksonville facility
    FlexCold, a cold storage warehousing company, will expand its facility in the port of Jacksonville (JAXPORT), located in Florida in the United States. The facility is the first one of the company and the planned expansion is expected to more than double the overall building footprint to over 32,500 m², bringing the total number of pallet positions to 55,000, up from the initial 25,000 positions.
  • NYK Group Europe appoints new president and CEO
    Svein Steimler, the current president and CEO of NYK Group Europe, will retire on 31 March 2023, and will afterward join the company as a special advisor. Carl-Johan Hagman will succeed Steimler as president and CEO of NYK Group Europe. "I promise to do my best to contribute to the company's continued success in its vital mission of helping cargo owners transition to sustainable, resilient and ev
  • The amazing challenge of digital transformations - written by Maersk's CTIO
    Navneet Kapoor, chief technology & information officer of Maersk, has written the following opinion piece describing the challenge of digital transformations - and why many companies struggle with it. ------ In recent decades, technology and digitization have changed our society. It has changed how we communicate with each other and how we behave as consumers. Technological advances have had such

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Splash web site
JANUARY 26, 2023
  • Torm confirms $233m LR1 play
    Denmark's Torm has confirmed picking up seven secondhand LR1 tankers in two separate deals, as widely reported by brokers earlier this month. The New York and Copenhagen Nasdaq-listed product tanker owner said it had purchased the Korean and Chinese-built ships for $233m in cash, lifting its fleet to 85 on a fully delivered basis. The ...
  • Diana Shipping takes reduced rates for new panamax fixtures
    Greek bulker owner Diana Shipping has secured employment for two of its ships at lower rates that should bring in no less than $10.68m. The New York-listed firm has extended its time charter contract with Aquavita International for the 2014-built panamax at $13,250 per day. The Semiramis Paliou-led owner of 42 bulkers on a fully ...
  • Maersk Supply Service picks up Brazilian contract
    Denmark's Maersk Supply Service has sealed a deal with TechnipFMC for the towing and mooring campaign of Petrobras's Búzios 6 project in the Santos Basin pre-salt area offshore Brazil. The scope covers the pre-installation of the mooring system and hookup of the P-78 floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) unit, which will be the seventh ...
  • Turkish powerships move a step closer to supplying Ukraine
    Turkey's Karpowership has moved a step closer to supplying electricity to Ukraine via its floating power plants, known as powerships. Karadeniz Holding's subsidiary has signed a memorandum of understanding with Ukrainian state-run trader JSC Energy Company to develop and finance the implementation of 500 MW, enough to power over 1m households. Karpowership, which owns and ...
  • MPC Container Ships backs new alternative fuel for shipping
    Shipping has a new, alternative fuel from Germany to investigate. MPC Container Ships and Karlsruhe-based INERATEC have signed an agreement for the supply of synthetic marine diesel oil (MDO) made from biogenic CO2 and renewable hydrogen, with delivery set to start in 2024 to replace conventional fossil fuels used today by existing vessels. "While there ...
  • Port of Cromarty Firth seals monopile marshalling deal for Moray West wind farm
    Port of Cromarty Firth has been selected for the marshalling of all 62 monopiles for the 882 MW Moray West offshore wind farm being developed by Ocean Winds, a 50/50 joint venture owned by EDP Renewables and Engie. Under a multi-million pound contract Moray West will use the recently expanded facilities at Invergordon for this ...
  • Allseas secures work on German North Sea wind converter platforms
    Marine construction specialist Allseas has won a contract to install the high voltage direct current (HVDC) converter platforms for the DolWin4 and BorWin4 offshore grid connection projects in the German North Sea. Awarded by Dragados Offshore, the deal covers the transport and single-lift installation by the 2014-built heavy lift vessel of two 900 MW converter ...
  • Liner shipping digests the news of the 2M divorce
    Liner shipping has had 24 hours to digest the "bombshell" news that the world's two largest containerlines are to dissolve their 2M alliance within the next two years, something that paves the way for enormous changes in the global liner hierarchy. In a joint statement yesterday, Vincent Clerc, the new CEO of A. P. Moller ...
  • Bid launched to take GasLog Partners private
    Peter Livanos-controlled GasLog has launched a near $400m bid to take New York-listed GasLog Partners private. Combined, the two entities would have a fleet of 38 LNG carriers. Privately held GasLog is offering $7.70 per unit in the unsolicited non-binding proposal for the nearly 70% of the common units it does not control to take ...
  • Jalship Management buys first tanker
    Indian takers of vintage tankers are increasing. This week sources tell Splash that Jalship Management has bought its first suezmax, the , from Greek outfit Westport Tankers for $49m. Westport had bought the ice-class, 2006-built ship just five months ago for $31m. Ice-class tankers have led the way in S&P this month with stunning prices ...
  • Bangladesh's HR Lines dives into the secondhand market
    Bangladesh's HR Lines has ditched newbuild plans in favour of the secondhand market. Alphaliner reports that Karnaphuli Group, the parent of HR Lines, has recently bought the 1,092 teu Maersk Arun, now renamed HR Tuareg, and the 1,620 teu SITC Bangkok, which will be renamed HR Balu. The two ships take the HR Lines fleet ...
  • Nuclear power for shipping; understanding the opportunity in context
    Refreshed technologies hold promise in addressing shipping's clean energy needs, but solutions won't emerge in the short term, writes Patrick Ryan, a vice president at ABS. Using nuclear power to propel ships is not a new concept, but the intense interest in commercial maritime decarbonisation is pushing curiosity around the topic to new heights. This ...
  • Freeport LNG completes repairs at Texas plant after June fire, moves to begin restart process
    Freeport LNG, whose Texas liquefaction plant on Quintana Island, Texas, was closed after a fire on June 8 caused significant damage, has asked US regulators for permission to begin restarting the facility. The company is looking "to commence cool down of its Loop 1 transfer piping and reinstate the facility's boil off gas management compressors and associated piping," it ...
  • California lawmakers introduce federal bill to permanently ban offshore drilling along US Pacific coast
    Two Democratic members of Congress from California - Senator Dianne Feinstein and Representative Jared Huffman - have introduced the West Coast Ocean Protection Act in their respective chambers, legislation intended to permanently ban oil and gas drilling in federal waters off the coast of

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Lloyd's List web site
JANUARY 26, 2023
  • US imports at near record levels last year amid eastward shift
    East and US Gulf coast ports benefited at the expense of their west coast peers, handling growing imports volumes throughout...
  • Barbados defends flagging US-sanctioned tanker
    The VLCC Saint Light, formerly Young Yong, found refuge at the Barbados flag after it was added to a US...
  • GasLog Partners unveils sharp increase in profits
    Partnership says $16.8m jump in fourth-quarter revenue is mainly due to stronger earnings in spot and short-term market
  • Correction: Ownership of Smooth Sea 22 and Smooth Sea Co. Ltd.
  • Star Bulk not ready to commit to alternative fuels
    Company not planning to order any alternative dual-fuel vessels soon, says chief financial officer
  • Hunter says it has delivered on promises
    Norwegian company has agreed to reward shareholders in two payments
  • China to rescue dry bulk market by 2023's second half
    China, the biggest global driver of bulk demand, is expected to rebound and lead a recovery in bulk carrier rates
  • Columbia Shipmanagement takes holistic approach to wellbeing
    Ship operators are struggling to attract quality seafarers, who now ask about health and wellbeing support
  • 2M split driven by strategic differences between Maersk and MSC
    Much has changed in the strategic direction of both companies since the 2M alliance was first discussed in 2014. Those...
  • Torm confirms purchase of seven LR1s
    Danish tanker owner has confirmed it agreed to buy three long range one tankers as well as four vessels purchased...
  • Maersk's new business strategy 'won't work', says Drewry
    Maritime consultancy assesses Danish line's new corporate strategy as a global integrator of container services
  • Port of New York-New Jersey sees imports softening after a record year
    Port director Bethann Rooney says volumes will remain soft in the next six months. She urges the supply chain to...
  • CIMC expects up to 55% drop in full-year earnings as box-making business slows
    Demand for containers has returned to normal from the record high level during the pandemic-led market boom, says company
  • NYK names Kono as finance chief in management reshuffle
    NYK executives have been promoted while changes have been made on the key personnel in financial, technical, dry bulk, energy and...

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The Journal of Commerce web site
JANUARY 26, 2023
  • Truckers urge single appointment system across Southern California port complex
    As federal and state laws aim to make per diem charges more transparent, California trucking groups say a unified appointment system across the Los Angeles and Long Beach port complex would go a long way toward that goal.
  • Bridge repair along UP's LA/LB-Midwest network nearing completion
    The approximately 72-hour repair on a bridge in New Mexico would appear to mitigate what could potentially have been a major disruption for UP's international and domestic intermodal shippers.
  • Consistent vessel service key to Port NOLA cargo recovery: officials
    After a 2022 in which skipped calls dragged down volumes at the Port of New Orleans while neighboring Gulf Coast gateways saw booming import growth, officials are hoping a return to steady vessel schedules will help entice shippers back to the port.

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TradeWinds web site
JANUARY 26, 2023
  • Freightos makes its New York debut following Spac merger
    Booking and payments platform raises $80m in its public listing on Nasdaq
  • Diana Shipping sees lower rates on two charters set to fetch nearly $11m
    Athens-based owner plans to continue fixture with Aquavita International and start new charter with Cargill International
  • Wind shift? Strong rates on new Eneti contracts could check disposal plans
    Clarksons Securities was surprised by the strength of fixtures revealed this week
  • Investors bet on long-term shift out of Russian oil trades
    Changes to European security policies set to lift tanker prospects for years to come
  • Livanos may need to bump up offer to roll up GasLog and GasLog Partners
    Take-private offer is low, but market observers disagree on how low and if a competitor could emerge
  • 'Alternative' ship finance matures, but is cut-rate pricing a risk?
    Non-traditional sources of finance are becoming a staple of the industry, but are these new players storing up problems for the future?
  • Eco shock: green fuels will not beat fossil fuels on price until 2040, MSI warns
    Analyst Adam Kent says action needed to make sure owners adopt alternative bunkers early
  • Banks scrutinise owners' green credentials before newbuild investments
    Cooling of newbuild market has encouraged banks to dig deeper into prospects for retrofitting older ships
  • Karpowership inks deal with Ukraine to explore floating electricity supply
    Companies mulling siting units off Moldova or Romania for link up with Ukrainian grid
  • Star Bulk protected from downside by scrubber premium of up to $7,000 a day
    CFO Christos Begleris explains how Greek owner stays ahead of the competition
  • Torm confirms LR1 buys, snatching seven ships for $233m
    Danish owner nearly doubles its LR1 fleet
  • GasLog Partners outlines plan for steamship-to-FSRU conversion for Australia job
    Company ducks Q&A session on results briefing call following buyout bid from GasLog
  • Dry bulk 'the best trade of 2023', says Clarksons Securities
    Get ready for the 'Chinese dragon' to be unleashed, analyst tells Marine Money London
  • Hungry Star Bulk on the hunt for fleets and finance, CFO says
    Christos Begleris reveals what will be keeping Greek bulker giant busy in 2023
  • Venezuela faces long road back as it freezes crude exports for contractual reviews
    Shipbroker believes the country is as far away as ever from being a growing source of tanker demand
  • Greeks and Turks rule the roost in the UN-led Ukraine grain trade
    Neighbours account for two-thirds of all trips and cargoes shipped under the Black Sea safe corridor
  • Is diversity always a good thing? Maybe not if you're talking about shipping stocks
    Streetwise takes a look at the debate between public 'pure play' listings and those owners who want their fleets to look more like a diner menu
  • GasLog Partners conflicts committee to review buyout offer from parent
    Strong market helps company lock in term charters at 'attractive rates' during 2022
  • Anglo American's first LNG-fuelled capesize bulker delivers iron ore to China
    Bulker is the first of 10 LNG-fuelled chartered ships that will help miner reduce carbon footprint
  • Maersk Broker beefs up on LNG with two key new hires for 2023
    Former Clarksons chartering specialist and ex-Novatek Gas & Power shipping head in Asia join team
  • Container rates are 'like a fighter aircraft that has been shot down'
    Collapse in demand presents lines with a huge challenge, while Maersk is the loser from break-up of alliance with MSC, says veteran analyst
  • Demand can handle the orderbook, says car carrier boss Leif Hoegh
    A lost generation of investment is facing a revolution in the personal car market, so the car carrier boom is not over yet, believes Leif Hoegh
  • Chinese buyers snap up chemical tankers in more subdued markets
    Analysts note rate softening this year, but fundamentals looking good for another uptick
  • Clan clients hunt bulkers and MPP tonnage for Russia trade
    A steady accumulation of vessels for Russian trading grows new Istanbul-based company
  • UK-based Russian owner Rostrum builds fleet in East-West dry trades
    Quiet owner emerges with one fleet in the UK and Germany, and another in Bulgaria and Turkey
  • Purus Marine brings in BW LPG's Pontus Berg as fleet boss
    Experienced executive will run commercial and technical management division
  • Landmark Poseidon Principles report shows insurers' portfolios failing to meet climate targets
    Group of eight major players are 12.7% above alignment with 2050 decarbonisation goals
  • The Odd Couple split: MSC and Maersk end 2M alliance
    More questions than answers emerge from decision by the two biggest container carriers to disband their vessel-sharing partnership in 2025
  • Hunter says 'stay tuned' for next move as it reveals final profit from VLCC fleet
    Norwegian group plotting further shipping investments after useful fourth-quarter earnings
  • Russian crude transfers hit high in Mediterranean as Europe cracks down
    Chinese and Dubai-based operators dominate trade off Mediterranean locations in new-look Russian trades
  • Vessel risk: RightShip launches 'task force' to guide ports
    Vetting platform will use data from owners and charterers to help terminals on safety and decarbonisation
  • Private equity firm offloads stake in Indian terminal operator to Hapag-Lloyd
    German liner operator expands terminal footprint and also agrees to participate in capital increase

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American Shipper web site
JANUARY 26, 2023
  • American Airlines' cargo revenue tops $1.2B despite market slide
    American Airlines generated strong cargo sales in 2022 even as market conditions deteriorated.

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T&E, today's EU decision marks the beginning of the end of dirty fuels in the shipping industry
The organisation highlighted the need to prevent the agreed standards from presenting loopholes
Agreement of the Parliament and of the EU Council on the use of fuels for decarbonisation of shipping
Agreement of the Parliament and of the EU Council on the use of fuels for decarbonisation of shipping
From 2034, the share of renewable fuel will have to be more than 2% percent. Emissions will have to be reduced by 2% percent by 2025 and by 80% percent by 2050. From 2030 container ships and passenger ships will have to use ground electricity in major European ports
Subscribed to the contract to sell the yards Hellenic Shipyards to the Greek shipowner Prokopiou
The tender had been won with an offer worth 62.5 million euros.
ESPO presses why the ports that play a significant role in the EU's energy supply are also admitted to the TEN-T network
According to the association, it is necessary to also take into account their role in the acceleration of the spread of renewable energies
In 2022 OOIL achieved record economic results
Hong Kong
In 2022 OOIL achieved record economic results
Drop in performance in the second half of the year
In 2022 French ports handled 293.7 million tonnes of cargo (+ 5.1%)
The figure is -6.0% percent lower than that of the pre-pandemic year of 2019.
Grimaldi signs agreement for the 67% acquisition of the Igoumenitsa Portuale Authority
Grimaldi signs agreement for the 67% acquisition of the Igoumenitsa Portuale Authority
"Our goal is to make the Greek airport realize its full potential for the benefit of all stakeholders, from shipping, transport and tourism to the local community," said Emanuele Grimaldi, who is also the first person to be able to make the Greek government.
Fedespedi, in 2022 container traffic in Italian ports increased by 2.4%
Overall decline of -1.0% of volumes in other container ports in the Mediterranean
In 2022 the port of Hamburg recorded a new record of goods from and for Austria
They amounted to 6.3 million tonnes (+ 12%)
Assshipowners represented to the EU the instances of Italian shipping on decarbonisation
Assshipowners represented to the EU the instances of Italian shipping on decarbonisation
Messina : the new IMO CII, as it is thought today, leads to opposite effects compared to environmental safeguards, penning precisely the Italian navige
Protocol to develop the Alexandria Smisting stopover in an intermodal freight hub
By the end of 2024, the masterplan will be defined for the realization of a modal interchange pole
Ferretti group buys the Ravennate shipyard of the Rosetti Marino
The acquisition has envisaged an initial investment of around 40 million euros.
A.P. Møller-Mærsk will sell the Maersk Supply Service to the parent company A.P. Møller Holding
A.P. Møller-Mærsk will sell the Maersk Supply Service to the parent company A.P. Møller Holding
Transaction of the value of 685 million
Joint venture TX Logistik-Samskip-duisport to manage the intermodal terminal logport III in Duisburg
Joint venture TX Logistik-Samskip-duisport to manage the intermodal terminal logport III in Duisburg
It has an annual traffic capacity equal to 250mila units of cargo
Abu Dhabi Ports initiates a series of agreements to carry out port terminals for goods and cruise liners in Egypt
Abu Dhabi Ports initiates a series of agreements to carry out port terminals for goods and cruise liners in Egypt
Abu Dhabi
Signed the concession contract for the multipurpose terminal in Safaga
In February -43.1% of container traffic in the port of Los Angeles confirms the crisis phase of California's ports
Los Angeles
In February -43.1% of container traffic in the port of Los Angeles confirms the crisis phase of California's ports
They also suffer from the East Coast port scans. Expect a modest recovery starting in March
Freudenberg, Meyer Werft and Royal Caribbean are realizing a new fuel cell system for the naval sector
Freudenberg, Meyer Werft and Royal Caribbean are realizing a new fuel cell system for the naval sector
The first exemplar could be installed on the new "Silver Nova" cruise ship that will be completed in the next few months.
FEPORT satisfied with changes to the EU general exemption rules by category
The federation continues to cover public investment of up to 150 million euros in ports, including those for cold ironing, the federation said.
In the only fourth quarter of 2022, HHLA Group revenues grew by 4.9%
Operating profit fell by -8.8%
Touax closes 2022 with record revenue
Expected in 2023 normalization of the container market
E-fuel should only be reserved for air and sea transport
It highlights an analysis of Transport & Environment, which considers them not useful to decarbonisation of road transport
Agreement between five international organisations to increase the safe transport of cargo in containers
Memorandum of understanding subscribed by CINS, CHIRP, COA, ICHCA and SMDG
The port of Livorno initiates an agreement with the Uruguayan ANP for the development of traffics, in particular of forest
The port of Livorno initiates an agreement with the Uruguayan ANP for the development of traffics, in particular of forest
In 2022, the labronic climber handled 2.13 million tonnes.
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Rixi reassures on the implementation of the sea rollover of the Fincantieri shipyard of Sestri Ponente
Rixi reassures on the implementation of the sea rollover of the Fincantieri shipyard of Sestri Ponente
MIT will launch the discussion with Italian Railway Network for moving the railway line
Maersk Air Cargo inaugurates an aeromerci service Europe-China
Maersk Air Cargo inaugurates an aeromerci service Europe-China
It is the first air link for the transportation of goods between Denmark and Asia
In 2022, rail transport to and from the port of Livorno grew by 35.8%
Drop of -35.4% in the Piombino stopover
In February, drop in freight traffic in the ports of Algeciras and Barcelona
Algeciras / Barcelona
Decreases of -12.3% and -11.6% respectively
PSA stores 2022 with record financial performance
PSA stores 2022 with record financial performance
Revenue up 71.2%
Seabourn has sold the luxury cruise ship Seabourn Odyssey at MOL
It was built by the yard T. Mariotti
Fine of $950mila at Taiwanese Wan Hai Lines
Transactive agreement with US federal agency FMC
In the third quarter of 2022, the traffic of goods in Greek ports fell by -3.1% percent.
In the third quarter of 2022, the traffic of goods in Greek ports fell by -3.1% percent.
Passenger in growth of 19.2%
Anti-piracy exercise in the Gulf of Guinea
Anti-piracy exercise in the Gulf of Guinea
It involved the ship "Commander Foscari" of the Navy and the mercantile "Great Luanda" of the Grimaldi
A Eurosceptic Federagents looks to South
Opportunities from the industrial, logistical and commercial activism of the MENA area countries
AD Ports initiates a letter of intent for the realization of a multipurpose terminal in the port of Pointe-Noire
AD Ports initiates a letter of intent for the realization of a multipurpose terminal in the port of Pointe-Noire
Abu Dhabi
The agreement has the duration of one year
ONE orders ten more new container ships from 13,700 teu
They will be taken in delivery in 2025 and 2026
Tarlazzi (Uiltransport) : detach contract increases to avoid tensions in the world of work
"The government has a responsibility to avoid the transport of people and goods," he said.
Career Day in Genoa to work in maritime agencies
Initiative of Assagents and the Guidance Sector at Work and placement of the University of Genoa
The ports of Ancona and Igoumenitsa to work to develop the Autostrade of the Sea between the Iberian Peninsula and the Eastern Mediterranean
In February, freight traffic in Russian ports decreased by -3%
St. Petersburg
In February, freight traffic in Russian ports decreased by -3%
In decline exports, imports and loads in transit. Increase in cabotage
GEODIS buys the Transports Devoluy self-transport company
GEODIS buys the Transports Devoluy self-transport company
It has a fleet of about 60 vehicles
In the next few years the navalmechanical group Navantia will hire over 1,500 people
In the next few years the navalmechanical group Navantia will hire over 1,500 people
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez said on Wednesday.
Tender of the Tunisian National Port Authority for six new tugs
The Goulette
Acquisition funded mainly by the Agence Française de Développement
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
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On April 18 Assiterminal will be confronted with politicians and practitioners on the challenges of portugal
Meeting at the headquarters of the Federation of the Sea in Rome
On April 13 at Ancona a conference on health and safety at work in the port of port
It is organized by Inail Marche in collaboration with the Central Adriatic Sea AdSP
››› Meetings File
Pressure grows on shipping industry to accept carbon levy
(The Guardian)
Leith Docks: 25 injured after research ship Petrel topples over in 'terrifying' 'major incident' in dry dock
(The Scotsman)
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Relazione del presidente Daniele Rossi
Napoli, 30 settembre 2020
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