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November 28, 2023

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Exim India web site
NOVEMBER 28, 2023
  • Representatives from key authorities to be part of Gujarat Junction 2023
  • Gati launches advanced mega Surface Transhipment Centre & Distribution Warehouse at Mayasandra, Bengaluru
  • Phase I of International Container Transhipment Port at Galathea Bay proposed to be commissioned in 2028
  • Tajpur port project on track: Minister
  • Steel imports from China surge in Apr.-Oct.
  • ONE announces new WIN service connecting India's West Coast & United States' East Coast
  • DPA receives first import consignment of soda ash in bulk
  • Attacks seen risking commercial shipping
  • Baltic Exchange Market Report (24 November 2023)
  • Change in Antwerp port area rail operations from next year
  • ONE embarks on wind propulsion trial for a sustainable maritime future
  • A.P. Moller - Maersk signs partnership with Kumho Tire on multi-year logistics solutions

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International Transport Journal web site
NOVEMBER 28, 2023
  • Championing intermodal options
  • Put on your running shoes and put on your smile!
  • Fully automatic maneuvering improves efficiency
  • Tech solutions for fish carriers
  • BGL: drive transition at an impasse
  • Swiss government elects members of Railcom
  • Joe Biden on the US supply chain
  • Joint efforts in intercontinental e-commerce
  • Maersk to work with Korean tyre producer
  • Swiss Freight transport performance weakens
  • First IMO gender equality award conferred
  • Ireland's premier GSSA joins ECS Group
  • Maersk's Med choice
  • Dokasch TS expands presence in Middle East
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Saving 150,000 litres of diesel per year
  • New director at Scandia Austria
  • Scandlines' eco "Futura" ferry

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The Loadstar web site
NOVEMBER 27, 2023
  • Carriers try for more GRIs on Asia-Europe, eyeing Thanksgiving positives
  • Ecommerce provides some cheer in a muted air cargo peak season
  • Hidden double-whammy risk weighs heavy on box lines
  • 'Stay cautious' warning to carriers after suspected drone attack on box ship
  • OceanX: Bleeding yesterday's profits with all eyes on AI & geopolitics
  • Good time for shippers to commit to longer-term air cargo contracts
  • Swire launches transpacific service avoiding congested Panama Canal
  • UPS and FedEx engage in a price tug-of-war over parcel traffic
  • Supreme Court to weigh in on broker liability?
  • A SAF future could be being built on an uncertain foundation

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Marine Log web site
NOVEMBER 27, 2023
  • Navy thwarts another Houthi hijacking attempt
    Following the hijacking of the car carrier Galaxy Leader, which is owned by a company associated with Israeli business man Rami Ungar, attacks on ships with Israeli ties by the Iranian-backed, Yemen-based

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Container News web site
NOVEMBER 27, 2023
  • Lhyfe to construct green hydrogen production site in French port
    Lhyfe, a global player in the production of renewable green hydrogen for transportation and industrial applications, has won Nantes Saint-Nazaire Port's call for proposals (AMI) launched at the end of 2022 to construct a green hydrogen industrial production and distribution site in Montoir-de-Bretagne (Loire-Atlantique). The call for proposals, issued on 21 November 2022, concerned the availabili
  • Japan-US container exports near 55,000 TEUs in October
    Japan's container exports to the United States reached 54,409 TEUs in October, translating to a 7.9% increase over the same month in 2022. On the other hand, they fell 10% from the previous month's figures. Direct exports accounted for 36,181 TEUs, representing a 25% year-over-year increase, while transshipment exports declined by 15% to 18,228 TEUs. Containers transshipped in South Korea plunged
  • Wan Hai Lines opens new agency office in Maldives
    Wan Hai Lines launched an agency office in Maldives to increase the efficiency and quality of customer service in light of the significant local demand in Indian inland and South Asia. The ongoing economic stimulus strategy will aid in the revitalisation of the domestic economy, and domestic demand is likely to rise considerably, according to the Taiwanese ocean carrier, which feels optimistic ab
  • DP World cuts carbon emissions in UAE using renewable energy
    This year, DP World reduced its carbon footprint in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) by almost 50% by utilising renewable energy from the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA). So far this year, DEWA has issued over 200,000 International Renewable Energy Certificates (I-RECs) to DP World. These ensure that the power consumed is produced from renewable sources, with each equating to one megaw
  • Are carriers sailing into 2024 bloodbath?
    Diving freight rates have inevitably led to plummeting carrier Q3 returns and the outlook for the full year is bleak while next year's expectations have sunk well below the waterline. Volatility in carrier earnings is a concern with Alphaliner reporting that Q3 carrier returns had diminished to 1.5%, well below the 2019 average of 2.4% and with pre-Covid margins averaging -0.2% in the ten years b
  • Suspected drone attack on Israeli-owned container ship
    The 2022-built, 15,264 TEU container ship CMA CGM Symi was hit by a suspected Iranian drone in the Indian Ocean, according to an American defense official. The vessel, which is sailing under Malta's flag, was suspected to have been targeted by a triangle-shaped, bomb-carrying Shahed-136 drone while in international waters, and according to AP report , the drone exploded, causing damage to the box
  • ONE announces new service to link West India with North America
    Singaporean box line Ocean Network Express (ONE) will launch its new West India North America (WIN) service connecting India's west coast and the United States East Coast. The new WIN service will offer a weekly route from Hazira, Nhava Sheva and Mundra to New York, Norfolk, Savannah and Charleston. The service will also call at Damietta, Algeciras and Jeddah, which offers further connection to M
  • Wärtsilä to supply advanced simulators to new Finnish maritime training facility
    Technology group Wärtsilä will supply its latest simulator technology for a new maritime training centre in Finland. The order has been placed by South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences (Xamk) and the Joint Authority of Education of Kotka-Hamina Region (Ekami) and was booked by Wärtsilä in November 2023. The simulator will be installed in Xamk's new campus in Kotka, Finland, where al

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Splash web site
NOVEMBER 27, 2023
  • Safe Bulkers sells 2015-built kamsarmax
    New York-listed Greek dry bulk owner Safe Bulkers has entered into an agreement for the sale of an eight-year-old bulker. The company sold the 2015 Chinese-built, 82,000 dwt kamsarmax at a gross sale price of $26.6m and an estimated forward delivery in January to February 2024. According to Safe Bulkers president Loukas Barmparis, the "attractive" ...
  • Genco confirms capesize play
    US dry bulk owner Genco Shipping & Trading is pressing ahead with its fleet renewal programme, having confirmed recent reports of two modern capesize additions and the exit of an older non-core unit. The New York-listed firm has taken delivery of the 2016-built scrubber-fitted Genco Reliance and Genco Ranger splashing out around $86m for the ...
  • Fugro takes full control of SEA-KIT International
    Dutch surveyor Fugro has reached a binding agreement for the acquisition of the remaining shares in uncrewed surface vessels (USVs) specialist SEA-KIT International. The transaction is expected to be completed before the end of 2023, subject to customary closing conditions. SEA-KIT will continue to provide clients with high-quality USV products for cost-effective operations with enhanced ...
  • Octopus Energy buys stake in English offshore wind farm
    Octopus Energy's generation arm has bought a 12.5% stake in the 660MW Walney Extension wind farm offshore England. Situated in the Irish Sea off the coast of Barrow-in-Furness amongst a cluster of offshore wind farms, the wind farm produces clean energy for nearly 600,000 homes using its 87 turbines. It has been operational since 2018. ...
  • Boa unveils new semisub heavy lift barge design
    Norway's Boa has revealed its in-house design for future semi-submersible heavy lift barges. Boa is targeting the selection of a shipyard within 2024 while the first barge will be in operation in 2026. The barges will be able to handle requirements from any industry or segment requiring heavy loads, large footprints, and extreme submersing depths. ...
  • One dead, 12 missing as cargo ship sinks off Greek island
    A major rescue operation was launched over the weekend after a cargo ship with 14 crewmembers sank in the rough seas off the coast of Lesbos island in Greece. The Comoros-flagged ship sank 4.5 nautical miles southwest of Lesbos early on Sunday. According to the Greek coastguard, five cargo ships, three coast guard vessels, air ...
  • Chaotic scenes in the Red Sea as Israeli-linked ships are targeted
    In chaotic scenes not seen since the 2011 peak of the Horn of Africa piracy crisis, global merchant shipping faced a weekend of terror wrought by Houthis, Iranians and the reemergence of pirates off Somalia. At the centre of all attacks have been ships with links to Israel, and the incidents of the past 72 ...
  • ICBC Leasing in for kamsarmax newbuild at Chengxi
    Chinese leasing house ICBC Financial Leasing has tapped compatriot Chengxi Shipyard to build one kamsarmax bulk carrier. Brokers at Clarksons report the 82,000 dwt vessel will deliver from the CSSC-affiliated yard in 2026. Chengxi has been very active with multiple newbuildings booked in the past couple of months. The shipbuilder has sealed over 30 newbuilding ...
  • Van Oord nominates new chief executive
    Dutch marine construction firm Van Oord has nominated Govert van Oord as the new chief executive officer (CEO) of Van Oord. This means the company's leadership will go from the 4th to the 5th generation of the Van Oord family. The formal appointment will happen at Van Oord's annual general meeting of shareholders on April ...
  • Benelux Overseas books gas carrier newbuilds in China
    Benelux Overseas of Greece has signed up for the construction of two midsize gas carriers in China. Brokers in Athens have linked Kostas Angelou's firm to a pair of 48,000 cu m units at CSSC-affiliated Huangpu Wenchong. The first ship is due for delivery in October 2026, while the second one will follow in the ...
  • Sea Pioneer signs for up to four MR tankers at K Shipbuilding
    Greek owner Sea Pioneer Shipping has contracted up to four MR product tanker newbuilds at South Korea's K Shipbuilding. Industry sources say the Vasilis Bacolitsas-led company paid around $45m per 50,000 dwt ship, with two firm deliveries in 2025 and options for two more vessels attached to the deal. Brokers at Allied said the early ...
  • Two tankers join Caspian Integrated Maritime Solutions fleet
    Abu Dhabi's AD Ports Group with KazMorTransFlot (KMTF), the national shipping company of Kazakhstan, fully-owned by the national Kazakhstan oil company KazMunayGas (KMG), has announced the acquisition and commencement of operations of two vessels designed for the transportation of Kazakhstan's oil across the Caspian Sea. The two oil tankers have been named Liwa and Taraz ...
  • K Line car carrier completes landmark roundtrip using autonomous navigation system
    A Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line) car carrier has completed a 1,600 km roundtrip voyage across Japan using an autonomous navigation system as part of the Meguri 2040 fully autonomous ship project administrated by the Nippon Foundation. The Hokuren Maru No. 2 went back and forth between the ports of Hitachi and Kushiro. The autonomous ...
  • Singapore's first fully electric cargo vessel launched
    Singapore's first fully electric cargo vessel has taken to the waters. Developed for Yinson GreenTech's marinEV brand, the Hydromover features swappable batteries, has zero emissions, and can reduce operational costs by up to 50% compared to a conventional vessel. The lightweight, 18.5 m long Hydromover can carry up to 25 tonnes of cargo. Eirik Barclay, ...

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Lloyd's List web site
NOVEMBER 27, 2023
  • Capesize earnings hit 18-month high
    Capesize earnings have hit an 18-month high, according to Baltic Exchange data, reaching $31,671 per day. Iron ore exports in...
  • Israeli shipowners set to pay more for Red Sea war risk cover after attacks
    Premiums already up 200% after Galaxy Leader hijack and likely to get firmer this week
  • Genco fleet renewal continues with $43m capesize acquisition
    Acquisition of the 2016 built Genco Reliance adds to a previously announced acquisition of a 2016-built capesize, both scrubber-fitted
  • IEA warns of carbon capture pitfall
    Inconceivable volumes of carbon capture and storage would be needed to align with 1.5°C policy targets, IEA argues
  • The week in charts: Container freight rates remain weak | Caspian fleet grows | First Greece-owned tankers return to load Venezuela oil
    Monthly LA/Long Beach volumes continue above pre-pandemic levels, UK-owned ship facilitates first international export from Russian occupied Mariupol, and Maersk...
  • Container freight market unlikely to revive before 2025
    Slower steaming can absorb some capacity by requiring extra ships on loops. But absent significant scrapping, lay up will need...
  • Israel-linked shipping re-routes as Yemen threat escalates
    Pirates or Houthis? The identity of the attackers who boarded Zodiac-owned Central Park over the weekend remains unclear. But the...
  • Ukraine seeks defence reinforcements from partners to protect Black Sea corridor
    More than 5.6m tonnes has been exported under Ukraine's self-managed route with analysts saying it is now more effective than...
  • The week in newbuildings: Tankers abound
    Greek shipowners have been particularly active in ordering medium-range and long range two product tankers, while two gas carrier operators...
  • K Line ship completes test voyage with autonomous navigation system
    Japanese company says the system can navigate routes and steer to avoid collisions
  • Earnings pressure driving seafarers to pay to get work, says charity
    Filipino seafarers are still paying illegal recruitment fees to get work. Causes could include competition for jobs, lack of training...
  • No easy fix for Panama Canal congestion
    Short-term measures are being taken to save water, where possible. But there is no simple or answer to the long-term...
  • Fire-damaged MSC post-panamax boxship sold for recycling
    The 8,034 teu MSC Rita is the largest containership to have been sold for recycling since the normalisation of container...
  • Daily Briefing
    China floats idea of mega port to rival Singapore | Geopolitics and dark shipping to dominate IMO assembly | Danish...

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The Journal of Commerce web site
NOVEMBER 27, 2023
  • Control of US LTL capacity in 2024 hangs on sale of Yellow terminals
    An auction of Yellow's 174 owned terminals is scheduled for Tuesday, with winning bids to be disclosed on Friday while a separate battle continues over 149 leased terminals.
  • ONE readies India-US East Coast service as part of 2024 network rollout
    The carrier is looking to expand beyond its two current services jointly offered with other liners with a standalone service meant to take advantage of the growing shift in sourcing from India.

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TradeWinds web site
NOVEMBER 27, 2023
  • Maersk offloads remaining position in Hoegh Autoliners $169m share sale
    AP Moller-Maersk still holds a seat on owner's board of directors
  • Capesize bulker market jumps 13% in a day to reach six-week high amid Atlantic tonnage shortage
    Futures market also progresses on Monday as sector continues robust upward trend
  • Podcast: Tackling the rainfall crisis that's crimping the Panama Canal
    Audio edition of Green Seas interviews the head of the canal authority's water department about short and long-term solutions
  • Safe Bulkers sells kamsarmax as it phases in Phase 3 newbuildings
    Bulker owner sells vessel for almost $4m over market value
  • Cost of EU carbon allowances to be included in capesize freight assessments
    Market agreed that cost of carbon should be included in freight for voyages between South America and Europe from 1 January
  • Future fuels: Biofuels are a starting point on the path to zero emissions but the future is less certain
    Questions over sustainability, cost and availability hang over the clean fuel
  • Performance Shipping logs slight earnings dip as day rates declined in third quarter
    Athens tanker company grows revenue as fleet expanded at the end of 2022
  • Winter tanker upside could be weakened by incoming Opec+ decision
    VLCC rates could see a $22,000 swing, depending on the supply decision this week
  • Swire Projects kick-starts 'semi-liner' transpacific sailings for project cargo
    New service comes in response to rising demand for semi-regular breakbulk and project-cargo transport avoiding the Panama Canal
  • Clarksons says Chinese yards winning most orders as consolidation keeps prices high
    Analyst Trevor Crowe calculates that shipbuilders' forward cover is now second only to the 2009 boom
  • Swire Projects kickstarts 'semi-liner' transpacific sailings for project cargo
    New service comes in response to rising demand for semi-regular breakbulk and project-cargo transport avoiding the Panama Canal
  • EU envoy vows to ramp up crackdown on Russia sanctions busters
    Sanctions envoy David O'Sullivan said member states have assured him that enforcing sanctions is a priority
  • Eni's Tango FLNG unit set to start tow to Congo site
    Floating LNG production unit shown offloaded from heavy lift vessel in Angola
  • Panama Canal launches 'special auctions' for ships stuck in queues
    But analysts do not see a priority shift from LNG carriers and boxships
  • HMM slaps emissions scheme surcharge of up to $67 on boxes
    South Korean owner joins other big lines in seeking to pass on 'significant' cost of European levy
  • Dorian LPG linked to single giant ammonia carrier order at Hanwha Ocean
    Okpo-based shipyard secures its second VLAC order as demand for the vessel type mounts
  • Future fuels: Bio-LNG counts down to liftoff as European regulations loom
    Volumes growing but remain pricey to owners come to terms with the cost of decarbonisation
  • Van Oord appoints fifth generation owner Govert van Oord as new CEO
    Dutch shipowner will nominate current dredging boss to replace long-serving Pieter van Oord
  • Fugro gets full ownership of autonomous tech firm SEA-KIT
    UK company has made a name as a leading uncrewed vessel developer
  • Bulkers stuck as Sierra Leone closes port following armed clashes
    Capital shut down and borders sealed after attack on prison and barracks
  • Greece's first FSRU heads out to site from Singapore
    GasLog's long-planned regas baby emerges from Seatrium's yard following its conversion
  • MSC consigns fire-damaged container ship to the scrap heap
    Only a handful of container ships and bulkers were sold into recycling markets over the past week
  • Rem Offshore scoops charters for seven ships worth more than $140m
    Age Remoy company locks in rates in strong offshore markets
  • Clarksons poaches Leme Chartering brokers to spearhead Brazilian dry bulk drive
    Team of four joins UK giant in Rio de Janeiro as global footprint grows
  • Aegean Shipping turns to Cosco to build its first ice-class tankers
    Cosco HI Yangzhou is the Greek owner's favourite shipyard in China
  • Fire on OSV highlights dangers of remote Southern Ocean operations, Australia says
    Accident report says crew fatigue and watchkeeping practices contributed to incident on the MPV Everest in 2021
  • Harland & Wolff takeover bid for Scilly Isles ferry firm rejected
    UK shipbuilder says there is a clear strategic, operational and financial rationale for the acquisition
  • Latitude Brokers reveals new hires as it expands Singapore P&I division
    Marine insurance broker's Hong Kong office also has new team member as it moves into the superyacht realm
  • Caspian Integrated Maritime buys two 'state-of-the art' Damen-built tankers
    Joint venture's newly acquired tanker pair to operate shuttle service in the Caspian Sea
  • Singapore debuts first 'zero emission' electric cargo vessel
    Vessel will serve as a 'living lab' for ship designers and operators, says builder

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American Shipper web site
NOVEMBER 27, 2023
  • White House gives Flexport shoutout for sustainable aviation fuel
    The White House recently publicized Flexport for facilitating purchases of sustainable aviation fuel because of the California connection to Asia-Pacific trade and sustainability, although the program isn't particularly novel.
  • Zim container ships divert as threat to Israel-linked vessels mounts
    There has been a surge of attacks and threats targeting Israel-linked ships, including one incident where the U.S. Navy came to the rescue.
  • Biden administration announces massive logistics plan
    The Biden administration has announced a huge plan to tackle issues plaguing the U.S. supply chain that covers several cross-government partnerships.

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Promulgated in the USA the new law on the invoicing of counterstallia costs
Most of the provisions will enter into force on May 26
Brussels investigation of the aid for the territorial continuity granted to Corsica Line and La Méridionale
France has notified the grant of a compensation of 853.6 million euros for the period 2023-2030
First green light of the European Parliament to the reform of the EU Customs Code
Appreciation of ECSA, ECASBA, ESC, ESPO, FEPORT and WSC, reminding the issues still to be addressed
The Marine & Offshore division of Bureau Veritas stores 2023 with record performance
In the business segment, revenues amounted to 455.7 million euros (+ 8.9%)
The port of Palermo has reached a new historical record of annual freight traffic
The port of Palermo has reached a new historical record of annual freight traffic
Volumes of boatloads are also growing at Termini Imerese and Trapani. Drop in Porto Empedocle
The flattening of import-export growth of G20 nations in the latter part of 2023
Trade in services in mild increase
Biden signs a decree to increase the cyber security of ships, ports and coastal facilities in the US
Biden signs a decree to increase the cyber security of ships, ports and coastal facilities in the US
Funds worth more than 20 billion will be used to replace the cranes produced in China. Expected recovery, after 30 years, of crane production in the United States
Fincantieri agreement with EDGE to establish a production base of military vessels in the United Arab Emirates
Abu Dhabi / Rome
51% of the joint venture will be held by the Middle Eastern group, while the Italian company will have management management
Danish shipowners complain that removing the tax exemption for seafarers provided by the DIS register would be madness
Italian tourist portuality suffers from the absence of specific standards
Today in Rome of the States Generals of the sector organized by ASSONAT in collaboration with Assonautica Italiana
In the fourth quarter of 2023 the traffic of goods in the port of Rotterdam decreased by -6.4%
In the fourth quarter of 2023 the traffic of goods in the port of Rotterdam decreased by -6.4%
Annual decline of -6.1% with reduction in volumes of both miscellaneous goods and bulk
AIDA Cruises announces a program of modernization of the three class ships "Sphinx"
Work will be carried out in 2025 and 2026
A new viaduct improves road accessibility to the container platform of Going Ligure
Go Ligure
It features two opposing carried out and variable slopes to overcome the underlying railroad
The shipowner industry calls for the release of the crew of the Galaxy Leader seized by the Houthis
"These are innocent victims of the continued aggression against global shipping," the statement said.
The EU Council has given way to the mission to protect the ships transiting the Red Sea
Operation Aspides will coordinate with EuNavFor Atlanta
European Commission authorizes CMA CGM to acquire Bolloré Logistics
Sets up the sale of all the assets of the logistics company in Guadeloupe, Martinique, Saint-Martin and French Guiana
Sharp decline in intermodal transport handled by Kombiverkehr
Sharp decline in intermodal transport handled by Kombiverkehr
Frankfurt am Main
The German firm is concerned that the current difficult market situation will persist for a long time. Concern also for the outcome of European policies for combined transport
Today in Rome, the 30-year-old celebratory convention of the law 84/94
Established the Port Authorities and the General Command of the Capitaneries of Puerto-Guard Coastal
Comparison between the Suez Canal Authority and the heads of the Genovese company Messina
Rabie : appreciation for the growing number of Italian carrier ships passing through the canal
In 2023 the traffic in goods in the ports of Montenegro dropped by -17.7%
In mild growth (+ 1.2%) the loads to and from Italy
Visual Sailing List
Departure ports
Arrival ports by:
- alphabetical order
- country
- geographical areas
The interports, with the privatization of managers and areas, at the center of the House discussion
Frijia (Fdi) : With this law we surpass a discipline that goes back more than 30 years. Ghio (Pd) : new sales of our heritage and fundamental structures for the country
On Friday, a conference on the relaunch of the Tuscan Simplified Logistics Zone was held in Livorno.
It is organized by the Port Authority of the Tyrrhenian Sea North
On 26 and March 27 in Milan, the 8th edition of "Shipping, Forwarding & Logistics meet Industry" will be held in Milan.
Intermodal traffic at the Interport in Bologna in 2023
Transitioned 1.7 million trucks (-10.6%) and 3,391 trains (-33.2%)
In 2023 the value of Russian exports of non-energy goods decreased by -23%
Overall, exports were down -28.3% percent, while imports grew by 11.7% percent.
GNV strengthens the functionalities of its own fleet assistance center
Implemented the Mass Notification Suite solution of Everbridge
Port of Gioia Tauro, altering controls to favour ' Ndrangheta in drug traffics
Reggio Calabria
Disjointed a criminal association made up of customs officials, the head of a shipping company, the harbour and the referents of the main coaches
In 2023 the revenues of the HHLA terminalist group decreased by -8.3%
Decline of -12.0% in the fourth quarter of the year
Turkon Line will activate a scheduled service between Turkey and the northern Red Sea
It will perform scans in Mersin, Iskenderun, Aqaba and Jeddah
Germany's BGL applauds Italy's decision to urge the start of an infringement procedure against Austria
Frankfurt am Main / Bolzano
Convention on novelty for import introduced with the European CBAM Regulation
Organized by Assosped Venice and Anasped, it will be held on February 28 in Marghera
Italian Ports:
Ancona Genoa Ravenna
Augusta Gioia Tauro Salerno
Bari La Spezia Savona
Brindisi Leghorn Taranto
Cagliari Naples Trapani
Carrara Palermo Trieste
Civitavecchia Piombino Venice
Italian Interports: list World Ports: map
ShipownersShipbuilding and Shiprepairing Yards
ForwardersShip Suppliers
Shipping AgentsTruckers
On 26 and March 27 in Milan, the 8th edition of "Shipping, Forwarding & Logistics meet Industry" will be held in Milan.
Theme of the event "The future possible of productive and logistical Italy"
On Friday, a conference on the relaunch of the Tuscan Simplified Logistics Zone was held in Livorno.
It is organized by the Port Authority of the Tyrrhenian Sea North
››› Meetings File
Le transport maritime national navigue à vue
(Aujourd'hui Le Maroc)
“Israel is facing silent sanctions”
(Globes - Israel's Business Arena)
››› Press Review File
FORUM of Shipping
and Logistics
Relazione del presidente Mario Mattioli
Roma, 27 ottobre 2023
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Fire in the night in the port of Ancona
Flames in three caps
Last month container traffic in Hong Kong port grew by 19.1% percent.
Thanks to the rise of the noli, the monthly turnover of Evergreen and Yang Ming is growing.
Taipei / Keelung
In January the revenues of Wan Hai Lines decreased by -2.6%
Order to Vard for the design and construction of a Service Operation Vessel
Fincantieri completes acquisition of Remazel Engineering
In January, container traffic at ports in Los Angeles, Long Beach and Singapore was growing.
Los Angeles / Long Beach / Singapore
For the first time, Singapore's naval registry exceeds 100 million tonnes of gross tonnage
In January, freight traffic in Russian ports decreased by -6.2%
St. Petersburg
Dry loads down -5.8% percent and liquid ones by -6.5% percent
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