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29 November 2023 - Year XXVII
Independent journal on economy and transport policy
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September 27, 2023

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Exim India web site
SEPTEMBER 27, 2023
  • SMP, Kolkata inks MoU to connect NE States via facilities in Bangladesh
  • Bengaluru & Delhi-NCR among top 10 APAC logistics markets in terms of annual rental growth in 2023
  • Implementation of the Trade Notice No. 07/2023-24 dated 08.06.2023 in reference to the pre-import condition under Advance Authorisation Scheme
  • Call for greater supply chain visibility
  • Singapore the top maritime centre for 10th consecutive year
  • Three Japanese shipping companies partner to establish global liquefied hydrogen supply chain
  • Bahri affirms pivotal role in driving the growth of the regional logistics sector at Saudi Maritime Congress 2023
  • DP World Chennai hosts inaugural call of Far East India Express (FIX1) service
  • Outline for first-ever green shipping corridor across the Pacific unveiled
  • Etihad Cargo appoints Giridharan Srinivasan as Area General Manager - Indian Subcontinent
  • Jyotiraditya Scindia inaugurates new infrastructure at Tezu Airport, Arunachal Pradesh
  • Global air cargo tonnages showing improvement
  • DGFT notifies export of 75,000 tonnes non-basmati rice to UAE
  • Updated Berthing Policy & Tariff Structure at Dhamra Port
  • Panama Canal modifies Fresh Water Surcharge
  • ABB bags order to provide power to Samskip's hydrogen-powered vessels

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International Transport Journal web site
SEPTEMBER 27, 2023
  • Asia, Arctic, archipelagos
  • Heavier locos for Swiss railfreight operator
  • India: Mycrane launches online crane rental
  • Natural gas from waste for trucks
  • Green Finnlines ships serving Bilbao
  • A promotion for Mattias Hellstrom
  • Cooperating on best practices in air cargo
  • Picking up the parcels
  • Partnering for port safety
  • First electric-hybrid flight with 100% SAF
  • Irish haulier grows - and augments its fleet
  • Network Aviation Group appoints CEO
  • Lactalis to lease dairy facility in Ontario
  • Record funding for rail projects
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Procureship expands to Singapore
  • Bergé moves to new terminal
  • Cargobooking to roll out in Europe

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The Loadstar web site
SEPTEMBER 26, 2023
  • Auto strike goes up a notch but supply chains yet to feel major impact
  • Rush for e-commerce capacity could trigger airfreight rate rise
  • Mr Joy: CEO eye - the lying kangaroo
  • Manufacturing boom in India drives up intra-Asia freight rates
  • Fear of new landslide keeps vital Alpine rail freight link closed
  • CK Line expands intra-Asia portfolio with larger newbuildings
  • White House offers $1.4bn to upgrade rail infrastructure

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Marine Log web site
SEPTEMBER 26, 2023
  • Is "dead" Russian admiral Viktor Sokolov alive?
    Russia's Defense Ministry has released video purporting to showing the Commander of Russia's Black Sea Fleet, Admiral Viktor Sokolov, participating via a video link in a Russian Defense Ministry board meeting, said
  • Callan Marine wins $102.89 million Corpus Christi dredging contract
    The Galveston Engineer District (SWG) has awarded Callan Marine Ltd., Galveston, Texas, a $102,896,306 firm-fixed-price contract for pipeline dredging. Bids were solicited via the internet with three received. Work will be performed

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Container News web site
SEPTEMBER 26, 2023
  • Gulftainer strengthens ties with freight forwarders in South China
    Gulftainer held a significant meeting with key traders and freight forwarders in Shenzhen, China reinforcing its desire to strengthen trade and logistics ties with South China's dynamic freight forwarding community. The Shenzhen International Freight Forwarders Association and the Qingdao Logistics Network attended the meeting, which introduced them to Gulftainer's value proposition in its flagsh
  • Port of Rotterdam, Yokogawa launch study to increase energy and resource efficiency across industries
    The Port of Rotterdam Authority and Yokogawa Electric Corporation have launched a feasibility study to increase cross-industry integration for the efficient use of energy and utilities in the Rotterdam industrial cluster, with the objective of contributing to ambitious regional decarbonisation targets. A preliminary scan revealed that optimising the use of electricity and utilities across busines
  • Kinimatic strengthens US network
    Kinimatic, an agile US warehousing and fulfillment service platform, announces the acquisition of approximately 150,000 square meters of premium warehouse space in 14 locations between Laredo and Pharr on the southern Texas border. This increase is being driven by the expanding trend of nearshoring between the United States and Mexico, which is increasing demand for cross-border freight operation
  • RightShip unveils port and terminal risk management solution
    RightShip, Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) focused digital maritime platform, has unveiled PortRISK, an innovative new risk management solution aimed at transforming operational efficiency and decision making for port and terminal operators during vessel pre-arrival preparations. Built using RightShip's maritime vessel, incident, and company database, PortRISK provides a comprehensive
  • Japanese shipping firms partner to establish global liquefied hydrogen supply chain
    Japan Suiso Energy (JSE) and three Japanese shipping companies, Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K LINE), Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL), and Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK), have agreed to join JSE Ocean (JSE Ocean), a subsidiary of JSE. In particular, JSE remains the majority shareholder with 50.2%, while the shipping companies hold 16.6% each. Also, Japan's Basic Hydrogen Strategy, revised by the Japanes
  • Hapag-Lloyd increases rates from India to Africa
    German box line Hapag-Lloyd announced a new General Rate Increase (GRI) from India to Ghana and Nigeria for cargo transported in 20' and 40' dry containers, including high cube equipment. The Hamburg-based ocean carrier said the GRI will be US$100/container from Mundra, Nhava Sheva and Hazira in India to Tema in Ghana and Lagos (Apapa / Tin Can Island) in Nigeria. The rate increase will be applic
  • Port Houston handles over 2.5 million TEUs in 2023
    Port Houston reported that total container volumes for the year have reached 2.5 million TEUs from January to August. The US port handled 2,510,162 TEUs, a 4% decrease from the same period last year. Due to a relatively balanced market of import and export demand, year-to-date empty container volume is down 17% with Port Houston handling 307,624 TEUs in August, a 20% reduction from the same month
  • NYK Line selects Marlink to equip its fleet with smart hybrid network
    Japanese shipping company NYK Line has chosen Marlink to equip its own fleet with a smart hybrid network. Marlink will use its experience operating Starlink and other high-capacity LEO internet systems inside an existing smart hybrid network to boost crew wellness. Following the successful assessment of Starlink on two vessels in 2022, NYK Line selected Marlink to integrate LEO services as part o
  • Japan-US container trade continues to decline
    According to Descartes Datamyne, Japan's US-bound container exports totalled 48,372 TEUs in August (based on volumes at ports of origin), a 7.2% decline from the same month in 2022. For the sixth month in a row, Japan to US box exports have continued to fall year on year. Containers carried straight to the United States accounted for 32,256 TEUs, up 11.9% from the previous year, whereas those tra
  • DB Schenker opens new branch in Norway
    DB Schenker opened a new terminal in a central location at Bergen Flesland Airport. The 185,155 m² plot houses a state-of-the-art logistics center with 7,000 m². In particular, large parts of the area are dedicated to freight handling. The building and operation are largely self-sufficient in electricity through solar panels on the roof, which incidentally is also green. Additionally, the buildin
  • Pan Ocean sells ships to raise war chest for HMM bid
    South Korean shipping group Pan Ocean is reportedly selling ships to raise funds to help its parent Harim Group bid for flagship box carrier HMM. So far, Pan Ocean has sold 10 ships this year, consisting of six chemical/products tankers, four bulk carriers, raising around US$132 million. Sources from South Korea's investment banking sector told Container News that Pan Ocean is pursuing the sale o
  • HMM upgrades Intra-Asia Cross Network service
    Major South Korean shipping line HMM announced the expansion of ICN (Intra-Asia Cross Network) container service. Starting on 9 October, HMM's renewed ICN service will provide a convenient shortcut, seven-day route from Busan in South Korea, to Jakarta and Surabaya in Indonesia. The ICN service cross-operates in two routes: String 1 calling at Busan (South Korea) - Shanghai (China) - Ningbo (Chin
  • Peel Ports joins Sedex
    UK-based port operator Peel Ports Group announced that it will join Sedex, a supply chain sustainability data, insights and services company. As part of this commitment, Peel Ports Group will now be part of a global collaborative platform, connecting buyers, suppliers, and auditors. This platform enables organisations to share and access essential data related to supplier ethical and sustainable
  • CMA CGM revises low water surcharge in Brazil
    French ocean carrier CMA CGM reported that the Amazon River's navigability conditions are not improving and as a result, has revised the Low Water Surcharge (LWS) on any cargo from/to Manaus, Brazil. The Marseille-based container line said the updated surcharge will be US$1,100/TEU and will be effective from 25 September until further notice. The surcharge will be applied to all types of cargo fo

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Splash web site
SEPTEMBER 26, 2023
  • Castor offloads kamsarmax as previous panamax sale falls through
    Cyprus-based bulker and boxship owner Castor Maritime has sold one of its kamsarmaxes while a deal to sell another ship that was announced in April has collapsed. The Nasdaq-listed firm is shipping out its 2009-built during the fourth quarter for $15.75m. The deal should bring in a net gain of approximately $3m, excluding transaction-related costs. ...
  • Enova grants Viridis $14m in funding for ammonia-powered bulker duo
    Norwegian government enterprise Enova has decided to grant NOK 152m ($14.1m) to Viridis Bulk Carriers for the construction of two ammonia-powered bulk carriers. Viridis Bulk Carriers expect to place orders for the two ships near the end of 2023, with deliveries starting in 2025. The two ammonia-powered bulkers, designed by Kongsberg Maritime, will have a ...
  • IEA sees ammonia as shipping's go-to solution for reaching net zero by 2050
    The International Energy Agency (IEA) said in a 2023 update of its 'Net Zero by 2050' report that shipping will primarily turn to ammonia to decarbonise the sector. The 'Net Zero by 2050: A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector' report was published in 2021. It translated the goal of limiting global warming to 1.5°C ...
  • Vehicles melt as Russia ups its targeting of Ukraine's ports
    The Russian military is pounding Ukrainian ports hard this week. Following very damaging strikes on the port of Odesa early on Monday morning, Russia then turned its attention to the Danube river port of Izmail last night with many drone strikes. A port building, storage facilities and more than 30 trucks and cars were damaged ...
  • DDW Offshore taps EnTrust Global for $31m fleet refinancing
    Norway's DDW Offshore, a subsidiary of Akastor, has secured a new refinancing deal that will see the company take control of two ships, reactivate another, and stretch debt maturity into September 2026. The company has arranged a $31m loan with alternative shipping financer EnTrust Global via its "Blue Ocean Funds". The deal is guaranteed by ...
  • Grindrod seals deal to buy Taylor Maritime Group shipmanagement units
    Singapore-based bulker owner Grindrod Shipping has reached an agreement to acquire two shipmanagement companies from Taylor Maritime Group. The Ed Buttery-led firm is to take over Taylor Maritime Management and Tamar Ship Management in a $11.75m cash and shares deal. Following the acquisition, which is expected to occur before mid-October this year, the companies will ...
  • AI: a hot air balloon?
    For his monthly column, Pierre Aury gives readers his thoughts on artificial intelligence. After a lazy August column we feel like elevating things: it's time to revisit the topic of artificial intelligence. Well at least we might avoid death by an overdose of articles on CO2 emissions ...although no doubt AI, being so powerful, will ...
  • MOL, NYK and K Line join forces to develop hydrogen carriers
    Japan's three largest shipowners are joining forces with Kawasaki Heavy Industries and industrial gas firm Iwatani Corporation to develop hydrogen carriers together. Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL), Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK) and Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line) are each taking a 16.6% in new firm JSE Ocean, designed to quickly build up Japan's maritime hydrogen supply ...
  • Boxship capacity growing at fastest pace on record
    With nearly a container newbuilding scheduled to deliver daily for the rest of the year, brokers Braemar have warned this week it remains difficult to anticipate where the demand should be coming from to overcome the current supply situation. According to analysis from Asia-based consultancy Linerlytica, the pace of the growth of the box fleet ...
  • 250,000 seafarers' pay boosted by 6%
    Seafarers' unions and maritime employers have signed a four-year agreement that will see wage increases and dozens of workplace protections and improvements for over 250,000 seafarers' serving on more than 10,000 vessels. The International Bargaining Forum (IBF), the forum that negotiates the world's largest global collective bargaining agreement, agreed terms for the 2024-2027 IBF Framework ...
  • Tugs ready to try and move grounded Canadian cement carrier
    Two tugs are ready to try and move the , a cement carrier belonging to Nova Marine Carriers, which grounded on a tricky part of the St Lawrence river on Sunday morning, bringing ship traffic to a halt in the intervening two days. The ship has developed a list to port. Having veered off the ...

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Lloyd's List web site
SEPTEMBER 26, 2023
  • Castor to seek compensation following botched panamax sale
    A $13.95m sale announced in April that was slated to net Nasdaq-listed Castor Maritime $5.3m is off after buyer failed...
  • Box volumes fall in Savannah but remain solidly above prepandemic levels
    Operating capacity in the port of Savannah fell in August as the port was rebuilding several berths, Georgia Port Authority...
  • Norden chief executive says asset-light strategy keeps it profitable amid bulker rates slump
    Norden attributes its business model that embraces freight trading over vessel ownership to combined profits of more than $1.3bn since...
  • Norway funds ammonia and hydrogen ship projects
    Norway's climate fund Enova announced its most recent grant winners in the maritime sector, as the Norwegian government ramps up...
  • Danaos continues deep dive into dry bulk with move for capesize brace
    Second of new acquisitions is understood to remain subject to certain inspections
  • Russia's Danube offensive is failing to dent Ukraine exports
    Russian drone attacks targeting Ukraine's Danube exports have cut capacity and added pressure to a supply chain already struggling with...
  • Gram Car Carriers chief calls sector 'boring'
    Whist suggests it'll be hard for the EU to curb electric vehicle imports from China. He also described China's fast-expanding...
  • Miller open to enquiry on Ukraine war risk cover
    Vessel tracking will let underwriters monitor exposure despite Russian threat to treat merchant shipping as military targets
  • Flood of newbuilding capacity bites at boxship charter market
    Almost 190 containerships with a combined capacity of 1.4m teu have been delivered since January 2023, according to Lloyd's List...
  • China's Cinda Leasing emerges as lender for Hengli's first VLCC order
    Deal will significantly boost Cinda Leasing's shipping portfolio that previously stood at $120m, according to the latest available data
  • China unveils standards for methanol as marine fuel
    Cosco Shipping's bunker service provider launched two standards for methanol fuel in another step towards using the chemical as marine...
  • Russian diesel ban and Europe's gasoil shortfall to push demand for product tankers higher
    Seaborne flows of middle distillates to recalibrate yet again if Russia's diesel ban extends through October
  • Japan's three shipping giants team up to carry liquefied hydrogen
    The trio plan to put the first large-scale LH2 carrier in operation by 2024
  • Maersk Line to offload USMMI tanker business to Jones Act owner Maritime Partners
    Second expansion into the tanker market by Maritime Partners sees Maersk Line leave the US-flag tanker space, citing USMMI's ownership...
  • Daily Briefing
    Carriers struggle to contain costs | Chinese container executives warn of slower growth | Winter rally arrives for VLCCs as...
  • Seacor sells harbour-towing operations and assets
    EN Bisson & Son to take over 12 vessels in Florida and Alabama, while Bay-Houston will acquire eight vessels operating...
  • IEA net zero scenario sees limited methanol uptake in shipping
    The IEA's report estimates a 1% uptake of methanol in shipping by 2035 in its net zero scenario, as it...

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The Journal of Commerce web site
SEPTEMBER 26, 2023
  • Inland23: Industry not holding its breath for immediate freight recovery
    A muted peak and post-peak season for imports and intermodal activity has shippers and service providers eyeing a freight rebound no earlier than late 2024.
  • Aggressive trans-Pac blank sailings likely through Lunar New Year amid freight downturn: sources
    For importers and forwarders, the blank sailings mean the resulting schedule disruptions and "rolling" of cargo they are already experiencing at Asian load ports will force them to book more of their cargo with carriers they can count on to maintain schedule integrity.
  • Inland23: Pandemic yields rise in US truckload thefts
    Solar panels and energy drinks are among the top targeted goods for truckload theft, with major markets such as Los Angeles, Houston and Chicago particularly ripe for those crimes.

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TradeWinds web site
SEPTEMBER 26, 2023
  • Castor seeks compensation after buyer fails to take delivery of bulker
    Panamax Magic Moon left on the shelf as March purchase falls through
  • Capesize rates leap 11% in a day to new four-month high amid China's hunger for iron ore and coal
    China's steel output for August is up 3.2% from a year ago, analyst notes
  • 'They're going to need wind': Wingsail maker AYRO raises €19.2m funding and names new CEO
    Wind propulsion tech company to use cash to scale up production and build commercial team
  • 'Shipping is back on the map' for banks and other lenders
    Industry has made headlines and banks are again making a strategic commitment to sector, TradeWinds Shipowners Forum hears
  • Insurer Shoreline launches policy to protect crew under US Marpol detention
    Law firm Chalos & Co also involved to provide legal representation
  • Russia starts shipping LPG from Crimea after eight-year gap
    Producers moving out small cargoes from annexed region
  • Sweden's Stena seeking bond sale to pay off 2025 maturity
    Tanker, ferry and LNG carrier group aiming to tap into hot debt market
  • Consumer crackdown to market-based measures? Wikborg Rein attorney mulls next generation of shipping rules
    Andreas Fjaervoll-Larsen says shipping will be hit with more technical regulations in the coming years
  • Norwegian government splashes cash on ammonia-powered bulkers with Viridis, bunkering with Yara
    A total of NOK 240m in grants backing ammonia-fueled shipping were announced on Tuesday
  • Columbia launches rehabilitation centre project for Ukraine seafarers
    Ship manager hopes to get other maritime companies on board to help seafarers and their families deal with post-traumatic stress
  • Ammonia to lead shipping's charge to net zero by 2050, says global energy agency
    Report says ammonia will have nearly half of fuel market share by 2050 if industry is to hit climate goals
  • Green Instruments: Let's start actually measuring harmful ship emissions and collecting accurate and concrete data
    Morten Brandborg, CEO, Green Instruments
  • Financiers must share in shipping's green transition risk, says MISC boss Rajalingam Subramaniam
    Right now they are not doing enough, says Malaysian shipping giant's outspoken president and group CEO
  • Ship size is going to matter for ammonia's limitations, designers say
    Naval architects argue bigger vessels will have an advantage by being able to house large fuel tanks
  • Director pay and dividends down as Tufton Investment Management profit shrinks
    Tufton group fund manager also saw revenue dip in 2022
  • TEN's Nikolas Tsakos says fuel choice is like a Covid jab - difficult to know which one works best
    Shipping is in a confused state about how to get greener but it has faced similar challenges before, Greek owner argues
  • Viewpoint: Are maritime headlines inducing colour blindness over methanol?
    SEA-LNG chairman Peter Keller says that the hazy lexicon used to debate future fuels is hampering progress
  • Tributes paid to ex-Teekay chairman Sean Day, 'the smartest guy in the room'
    Shipping exec lived a life of adventure, family and philanthropy
  • Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri bags $847m sustainability loan
    Funding linked to shipbuilders ability to reduce emissions and develop energy efficient cruise ships
  • Alex Vullo to lead Gallagher's P&I team after Malcolm Godfrey departs
    Changing of the guard at one of shipping's largest marine insurance brokers
  • Japan's 'big three' shipping companies team up to supply liquid hydrogen
    Japan aims to supply 3m tonnes of hydrogen per year by 2030 and 20m tonnes by 2050
  • Financiers must share the risk on shipping's green transition, says MISC boss Rajalingam Subramaniam
    Right now they are not doing enough, says Malaysian shipping giant's outspoken president and group CEO
  • ICS head Emanuele Grimaldi urges talks, not trade wars, and warns against 'American dreams'
    Shipowner says there are no differences between trading blocs that cannot be resolved by negotiation
  • Torm and Norden tankers call in Mexico three years after Vitol bribery ban
    Product carriers transported cargoes to two ports for trading giant
  • Shipowners blast upcoming EU ETS as 'a tax on maritime trade'
    International Chamber of Shipping's Simon Bennett expresses concerns over regional regulation in Shanghai speech
  • Investors exposed by red-hot VLGC rates, but market well-supported, Gersemi's Joakim Hannisdahl says
    Norwegian fund supremo has sold his position in listed gas carrier companies after FFAs dropped
  • KCC opts for air lubrication as part of 'wave' of energy-saving retrofits
    Norwegian owner becomes one of the first tanker or bulker owners to fit Silverstream system
  • Ammonia to lead shipping's charge to net zero by 2050, says IEA
    Report says ammonia will have nearly half of fuel market share by 2050 if industry is to hit climate goals
  • Kjell Inge Rokke's Akastor taps EnTrust Global to refinance and reactivate offshore ships
    Norwegian operation's subsidiary DDW Offshore agrees new $31m loan package
  • Genco Shipping bulk carrier hits anchored Zeaborn handysize in Black Sea
    Minor damage was sustained in an incident at anchorage off Constanta
  • Greece's Evalend Shipping pockets around $60m from sale of VLGC newbuilding pair
    Newbuilding pair scheduled for delivery next year
  • Tankers may be heading for 'never-ending' winter market next year, Joakim Hannisdahl says
    Norwegian fund Gersemi goes 'all-in' on very promising crude and product investment
  • Grindrod buys private Taylor Maritime Group ship management operations
    Chairman Kurt Klemme says move will boost revenue as his firm continues to integrate with listed Taylor Maritime Investments
  • Hanwha wins arbitration case against Fredriksen over cancelled drillships
    Oslo-listed company says it may appeal over tribunals decision to find in favour of former Daewoo yard

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American Shipper web site
SEPTEMBER 26, 2023
  • Container shipping has a Europe problem and it's getting worse
    Inflation and economic fallout from the war are curbing demand just as a tidal wave of new ship supply hits the water.
  • Atlas Air snags ex-Etihad cargo chief for C-suite role
    Another top-level cargo executive for a Middle Eastern airline has found a new job. Atlas Air, which leases and flies cargo and passenger aircraft for airlines, logistics companies, sports teams [...]
  • DHL relocates A300 freighters to Europe for better sustainment
    DHL is moving its A300 fleet from Asia because the region doesn't have sufficient aerospace support services for the aircraft.

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Mattioli confirmed President of the Federation of the Sea
Elected the new council for the three years 2024-2027
At the construction site Monfalcone of the Fincantieri was the launch of the Mein Schiff Relax
France assesses the possibilities of autonomously producing e-fuel for decarbonisation of aircraft and ships
An ADEME study envisage two scenarios and estimates the necessary resources
Still a quarter of a drop in goods at European Union ports
In the first three months of 2023, with the exception of liquid bulk bulk, all types of cargoes decreased
Meyer Turku delivered the Icon of the Seas to Royal Caribbean International
Meyer Turku delivered the Icon of the Seas at Royal Caribbean International
Miami / Turku
It has a gross tonnage of 250,800 tons and can accommodate up to 5,610 passengers
A delegation from Confitarma has been received by the government
Illustrate the needs and expectations, exhausted and not, of the shipowner sector
Unmanned ferry stranded in Sicily
Due to the breaking of the trailer cable the ship "Lider Prestij" has remained in the balmy of the waves
The assemblies of the partners of Greece's Attica and Anek have approved the merger of the companies.
Kallithea / The Canea
Favorable vote almost unanimous
In the third quarter, freight traffic in the port of Palermo decreased by -10.2%
43.0%-year-old Cruerists and passengers on ferries in 6.5%
Two bids to acquire 58% of South Korean HMM's capital
They were presented by Harim and Dongwon Industries, while LX International has given up
FEPORT highlights the risks of loss of competitiveness of EU ports and terminals with EU ETS application to shipping
Bonz : It is necessary to conduct now a study on impact and not in two years
In the third quarter the goods in the ports of Naples and Salerno decreased by -4.0% percent and -1.7% percent.
Port of Gioia Tauro, also reduced for 2023 the amount of anchor fees
Joy Tauro
The measure was intended to be 1.5 million euros from the current expenses of the AdSP.
In the third quarter of 2023 new conjunctural decline in trade in goods of the nations of G20
Continuation of the slowdown especially in East Asia and Europe
Step forward to establish a uniform legislative framework for rail freight transport on the Eurasian corridors
In February, with the green light of the UNECE's Inland Transport Committee, the Convention on the Contract for International Carriage of Goods will be able to be signed by all states
The Rear Admiral Antonio Ranieri has been appointed as the Extraordinary Commissioner of the AdSP of the Straits
He is maritime director and commander of the port of Catania
ECSA is satisfied halfway through the EU Parliament to the standards for CO2 of trucks
Raptis : Any further unnecessary incentive will have the effect of subtracting clean fuel to shipping
The General Council of Confitarma unanimously votes Zanetti as the new president appointed
Amoretti : important goals achieved under the presidency of Mattioli
Maersk signs off-take deal with Chinese Goldwind for large scale supplies of green methanol
Expected an annual volume of 500mila tonnes as of 2026
European Parliament : European Parliament's proposal to reduce CO2 emissions
Strasbourg / Brussels
T&E, launched a lifeline to the oil industry by supporting the loophole of biofuels
ECSA, well the green light of the EU Parliament to the draft regulation Net Zero Industry Act
The recognition that sustainable maritime fuels are zero-impact technologies is a significant step forward.
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
Maersk Group comes out of the capital of Norway's Höegh Autoliners
Sold the last 20 million shares
End the ferry disincite operations Lider Prestij
You will now proceed to check the safety standards of navigation
Liberated the tanker Central Park
The intervention of the Combined Maritime Force TF 151 made the attackers desisting, forced into surrender
A ship seized in the Gulf of Aden and one hit by a drone in the Indian Ocean
Attacks on the "Central Park" oil tanker and the "CMA CGM Symi" container ship
Gruber Logistics has opened a new branch in France
It is headquartered in Lyon and will focus on providing comprehensive logistics services
The Propeller Club Ports of La Spezia and Marina di Carrara is born
Marina di Carrara
In the association, the number of inscribed members is growing from the apusian port.
Delivery of deliveries to the summit of the Port System of the Straits of the Straits
Mega has recalled the obstacles encountered throughout his tenure
Visual Sailing List
Departure ports
Arrival ports by:
- alphabetical order
- country
- geographical areas
Concluded the authorizing process to build the drawers of the new foranea dam in Genoa to go to Ligure
Initially five will be made that will be placed in defence of the construction site.
Ok of the City Council at the Regulatory Plan of the Marina Port of Carrara
Marina di Carrara
AdSP satisfaction for the green light to the new planning tool expected since 1981
Impala Terminals buy at auction the HES Hartel Tank Terminal in Rotterdam
The construction of the terminal for liquid bulk in the Dutch port will be completed thanks to a further investment
A Implementing Regulation specifies the terms of management of the shipping companies for the EU ETS
It was published today in the Official Journal of the European Union
Hapag-Lloyd inaugurates a new computer center in Chennai
It is made in partnership with India's Solverminds
Tunisian OMMP has ordered six tugboats at Turkish shipyard Med Marine
Istanbul / The Goulette
These are means with a tensile capacity of 60 tonnes
Rhenus Overland Italy buys Pesenti Transport & Logistics
The company has a fleet of 25 tractors and 50 between trailers and semitrailer
Collaboration of Fincantieri and IIT for robotics applied to the assistance and safety of operators
Trieste / Genoa
Conference on changes in port logistics
It will be held in the first December in Ravenna
From the cylinder of port reform a company will be born
A Central Spa that would select investment
The new Marebonus is in "Official Gazette"
Rixi : Since December 6, the IT platform will be available to access incentives
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
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
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FORUM of Shipping
and Logistics
Relazione del presidente Mario Mattioli
Roma, 27 ottobre 2023
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Meyer Werft increases its presence in the offshore segment
Will carry out steel structures aimed at conversion platforms in the North Sea
Contract worth 700 million euros to continue the work of the Third Valico
It has been subscribed by the Italian Railway Network and Webuild
The port of Naples is preparing to close 2023 with a record passenger traffic
Annunziata : This year, the crucierists will rise to 1.6 million for 448 approx.
The Canaries want to have more say in the management of ports and airports in the archipelago
Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Traffic drops in ports of Barcelona and Algeciras in October
Barcelona / Algeciras
Last month, shipping containers handled by the two shelves fell by -0.4% percent and -3.0% percent.
In the third quarter, traffic in Swiss ports on the Rhine grew by 22.3% percent.
In the first nine months, the increase was 20.0% percent.
The title of DIS admitted to negotiations on the OTCQX ® Best Market in the USA
Market segment dedicated to international companies
At Galata Museum of the Sea of Genoa a simulator will allow you to discover the activities of the port
From Thursday the installation will be accessible to the public
At the port of Gioia Tauro is approachable the largest container ship ever
At the port of Gioia Tauro is approachable the largest container ship ever
Joy Tauro
The Calabrian climbed plans to close 2023 with a record-level container traffic
Conference of Uniport on the future of Italian portuality
It will be held on December 5 in Rome
COSCO Shipping Lines communicates to customers the amounts of surcharge for EU ETS
They will be applied from the next first January
Last month container traffic in the port of Los Angeles increased by 7.0% percent.
Los Angeles
In the first ten months of 2023, 7.12 million teu (-16.6%) were handled.
Mario Zanetti (Costa Crociere) will be the next president of the Confitweapon.
Mario Zanetti (Costa Crociere) will be the next president of the Confitweapon.
Unanimous indication of the Commission of Designation
In short the race for the construction of the new maritime station in Ravenna
The project includes the realization of the Dune Parc
Forkliftcenter provides 59 means of handling to Grimaldi Group
In delivery 47 forklift trucks and 12 spintners
Last month, freight traffic in the port of Valencia increased by 7.3% percent.
In the first ten months of 2023, a decline of -6.1%
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