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03 June 2023 - Year XXVII
Independent journal on economy and transport policy
20:15 GMT+2
March 29, 2023

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Exim India web site
MARCH 29, 2023
  • Adani Ports Mundra handles a record 40 vessel movements in a day
  • Cochin Port Authority invites tenders for lease of land alongside Highway in Willingdon Island & at Vallarpadam
  • India turns net importer of finished steel from net exporter
  • Govt approves export of broken rice to African countries
  • Mahindra Logistics & Ascendas-Firstspace announce one million sq. ft. warehouse park in Talegaon, Pune
  • Dr Xavier Britto Annual Endowment Lecture provides key insights
  • Bearish container shipping demand hits container prices & leasing rates across Europe
  • CCI approves J M Baxi Ports & Logistics, Hapag-Lloyd AG, Bain Capital deal
  • An endeavour to make transport of lithium-ion batteries safer
  • Trade Facilitation Agreement has significantly increased global trade, with developing countries among major gainers
  • Govt to invite private participation in coastal shipping projects
  • Celebi Delhi Cargo Terminal despatches first freighter cargo transhipment from Bangladesh to Spain
  • Air cargo driving sustainability forward, says report
  • Indian aviation sector to emerge as top market globally in 7 years: Secy
  • Continental Carriers launches India's first RA-3 accredited Greenfield Air Freight Station
  • MOL & Rio Tinto to strengthen partnership for safer operation
  • India's GDP seen at 6 pc in FY24: S&P
  • Maintenance at IFFCO jetty

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International Transport Journal web site
MARCH 29, 2023
  • Triangular traffic between four countries
  • Kadmar's first green logistics park in Sokhna
  • Opening new markets in West Africa
  • A new logistics hub near Leipzig/Halle Airport
  • Africa receives first heavy e-truck
  • Bolloré picks Jérôme Le Grand to lead Prism
  • United Airlines: 20 years GVA-EWR service
  • Van Oord chooses Mukran as base port
  • Air cargo ambitions on the Bahamas
  • A holistic logistics specialist in the making
  • Unipart Logistic promotes Katherine Skidmore
  • Rail network in Odisha electrified
  • Warehouse space added in Singapore
  • Contract with haulier network extended
  • First LNG bunkering operation in Jamaican waters
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Maciej Tylkowski joins Lidl GB
  • Delta Cargo opens largest cooler facility at JFK

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The Loadstar web site
MARCH 28, 2023
  • Supply chains 'finally beginning to stabilise', says Maersk
  • China's Alibaba to break up empire into six as Jack Ma returns home
  • Shippers and liners oppose plan to prevent US ocean carrier VSAs
  • Winning the race to 2026: Kuehne vs DSV vs DHL Global Forwarding
  • Yang Ming says shippers taking time to commit to contracts as rates fall
  • Insurance premium hikes adding huge costs to Syrian relief flights
  • Slowdown in warehouse construction will keep rents on the rise
  • Why US salt imports matter so much to the supply chain
  • Infrastructure is key to unlocking Africa's economic potential

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Marine Log web site
MARCH 28, 2023
  • Spirit of Boston fire: USCG convenes marine casualty investigation
    The Coast Guard has convened a formal marine casualty investigation into a fire that occurred Friday evening aboard the small passenger vessel Spirit of Boston. Rear Adm. John Mauger, Coast Guard First
  • Japan's largest WTIV features first-of-its kind telescoping crane
    Recently delivered by the Japan Marine United (JMU) shipyard to Shimizu Corp., the GustoMSC designed and equipped offshore wind turbine installation vessel Blue Wind is Japan's largest WTIV to date, and will
  • Next Celebrity Edge series cruise ship will be methanol capable
    When Royal Caribbean Group's Celebrity Cruises introduces the fifth ship in its Edge Series, it will be methanol capable - equipped with a new engine model, along with storage and delivery systems

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Container News web site
MARCH 28, 2023
  • Acquisition consortium completes Atlas takeover
    Poseidon Acquisition Corp. has completed the previously announced takeover of Atlas Corp. , the parent company of Seaspan. That means that the acquisition consortium, formed by certain affiliates of Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited, certain affiliates of the Washington Family, David Sokol , chairman of the board of Atlas, Ocean Network Express (ONE) and certain of their respective affiliates, h
  • World Shipping Council defends vessel-sharing arrangements
    The World Shipping Council (WSC) released a statement supporting the use of vessel-sharing arrangements (VSAs), which are being phased out under a new US law. The new U.S. law H.R. 1696 intends to eliminate these arrangements, thereby undermining competitiveness and option for liner transportation services, according to WSC. "Nobody has offered a reason why we should throw away such a useful tool
  • IMO to develop updated plan for shipping greenhouse gas emissions cut
    An International Maritime Organization (IMO) working group has gone forward in developing the draft 2023 IMO Strategy on the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from ships. The meeting of the Intersessional Working Group on Reduction of GHG Emissions from Ships lasted four days, from 20 to 24 March, with more than 750 registered participants from nearly 80 IMO Member States. The topics of
  • AD Ports Group's revenue and profit skyrocket
    AD Ports Group announced increased revenues in 2022, reporting a year-on-year 41% spike and reaching US$1.5 billion, while the company's total net profit grew 51% and climbed to approximately US$350 million. As part of its development plan, the Group signed seven merger and acquisition transactions totalling US$1.6 billion in 2022. According to Oxford Economics, AD Ports Group's fully integrated
  • Hapag-Lloyd revises West Africa network
    Hapag-Lloyd will commence a new container service, called West Africa 1 (WA 1) Service, with a fortnightly frequency, connecting Tanger Med, Nouakchott, Freetown, Conakry and Monrovia. The first sailing is scheduled for 15 May and the German shipping line is going to be represented by third-party agents in these ports. WA1 Service will have the following port rotation: Tanger Med, Morocco - Nouak
  • Advisors appointed for HMM sale
    Samsung Securities has been appointed to manage the sale of the South Korean government's shares in HMM, while Samil PricewaterhouseCoopers and law firm Lee & Ko will be the accounting and legal advisors for the process. The appointments come after HMM's two largest shareholders, Korea Development Bank (KDB) and and Korea Ocean Business Corporation (KOBC), announced on 2 March that they would beg
  • Hapag-Lloyd upgrades Oceania-North America service
    Hapag-Lloyd announced an update on North America Westcoast - New Zealand - Australia (WSN) service. The German ocean carrier said the bi-weekly service rotation will be enhanced beginning in late April by balancing the round voyage rotation of both WSN loops. The service will have alternating calls at the ports of Vancouver and Seattle on a bi-weekly basis as the first port call of the North Amer
  • Petrolesport adds two new reachstackers to its cargo handling equipment fleet
    Petrolesport (PLP), a multifunctional marine terminal in the Big Port of Saint Petersburg has put into operation two new reachstackers with increased loading capacity. PLP is a part of the Global Ports Group, the largest operator of container terminals in the Russian market by capacity and container throughput. In particular, the new equipment, supplied by major Chinese manufacturer Sany, has a l
  • DP World Antwerp implements new finger scanning technology
    DP World has introduced fingerprint scanning technology at the Antwerp Gateway terminal to improve security for container collection. In particular, registered truck drivers can now collect their containers by means of their fingerprints. Additionally, in collaboration with NxtPort, the digital platform of Port of Antwerp-Bruges, DP World has tested the Certified Pick up (CPu) software with Belgi
  • JAXPORT, Aruba ink agreement to grow business connections
    During JAXPORT Board of Directors meeting, State of Florida chief financial officer Jimmy Patronis, Aruba Prime Minister Evelyn Wever-Croes, and other dignitaries from the island of Aruba joined leadership from JAXPORT and Eagle LNG Partners LLC (Eagle LNG) to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). JAXPORT and Aruba are trying to mutually promote business and tourism opportunities between the

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Splash web site
MARCH 28, 2023
  • Jiangnan Shipyard bags $470m order for LNG duo
    China's Jiangnan Shipyard has been contracted to build a pair of liquified natural gas carriers in a deal worth $470m. China Taiping Insurance Holdings confirmed the deal in Hong Kong Exchange filing which included its non-wholly owned subsidiary Taiping & Sinopec Financial Leasing (TSFL) and its two special purpose vehicles Taiping 26 and Taiping 27. ...
  • Equinor extends Transocean semisub contracts
    Norway Equinor has awarded new contracts to Transocean for harsh environment semisub drilling rigs , mainly in the Norwegian Sea, and , for the Johan Castberg field. The rigs have been on eight-year contracts with Equinor that expire on December 1, 2023 and April 1, 2024, respectively and will be the first contract extension since ...
  • McDermott secures Shell FEED contract in Trinidad and Tobago
    McDermott has been awarded a front-end engineering design (FEED) contract from Shell Trinidad and Tobago for the Manatee gas development project. Under the contract, McDermott will provide FEED services for a wellhead platform, export pipeline system, shore approach, midstream pipeline and onshore control room. Engineering and execution planning efforts will be led by McDermott's team ...
  • Poseidon completes $10.9bn Atlas buyout
    Poseidon Acquisition consortium has completed a $10.9bn takeover of Seaspan parent Atlas. The consortium, composed of Japanese liner operator Ocean Network Express (ONE), Atlas chairman David Sokol, certain affiliates of Fairfax Financial Holdings and the Washington family, paid $15.50 per share in cash to acquire all of the outstanding common shares of Atlas that it ...
  • Lomar launches new venture to help bring shipping tech startups into the market
    UK-based diversified shipowner and manager Lomar has launched a new venture to collaborate with deeptech startups to accelerate the deployment of solutions that address some of the maritime industry's most pressing challenges, including the goal of net-zero emissions. Led by Lomar's technical director, Stylianos Papageorgiou (pictured), lomarlabs has been set up to provide ambitious entrepreneurs
  • Norsepower scores $30m in fresh funding
    Norsepower has secured €28m ($30.3m) in investment during its recently concluded fundraising round that should enable the Finnish marine wind propulsion system maker to scale up production and expand the reach of its technology. French asset manager Mirova, an affiliate of Natixis Investment Management, led the fundraising which also included The Finnish Climate Fund, OGCI ...
  • Monjasa product tanker boarded in Gulf of Guinea
    After an extended period of comparative calm, a ship has been boarded in the highly risky waters of the Gulf of Guinea. The Liberian-flagged product tanker, , owned by Danish bunker supplier Monjasa, was attacked on Saturday night offshore Congo. The 2003-built 13,700 dwt ship, managed by Montec Ship Management, was sitting idle some 140 ...
  • Shipbuilders struggle to get out of the red despite multi-billion dollar orders
    The shipbuilding industry's eternal capability to lose money even when raking in billions of dollars of orders forms a key plank of broker BRS's annual review. The 170-page report, one of the shipping market's must-reads every year, covers all the main segments of the industry. On the shipyard business, BRS stated: "Shipbuilding is not an ...
  • Helix secures Taiwanese wind farm work
    Helix Energy Solutions' marine contracting business unit, Helix Robotics Solutions, has secured a deal for the trenching of inter-array and export cables as part of a 640 MW wind farm offshore Taiwan. Under the contract, Helix plans to mobilise its newly acquired T1400-1 jet trenching system in Singapore onboard the before transiting to Taiwan for ...
  • Himalaya scales up New York IPO
    Tor Olav Troim-backed Himalaya Shipping, an LNG-fuelled newcastlemax specialist, has upped its proposed initial public offering in New York to $45m from $10m. DNB Markets will act as sole global coordinator, joint bookrunner and representative of the underwriters for the offering. Clarksons Securities will serve as joint bookrunner and underwriter for the offering. A month ...
  • New Jones Act-compliant autonomous survey vessel revealed
    US boat maker SAFE Boats International has unveiled an advanced Jones Act-compliant autonomous hydrographic survey vessel fit for work in the offshore wind sector. The company has exclusive rights to build the design at their large-craft production facility in Tacoma, Washington. The 23-m-long vessel was developed in collaboration with maritime autonomy provider Mythos AI, hydrographic ...
  • Spain cracks down on ship-to-ship transfers
    Spain is cracking down on ship-to-ship (STS) transfers as its coastline becomes a hotspot for Russian cargoes heading to Asia, often on old, substandard tonnage. From next month tankers looking to carry out STS operations must seek authorisation from the closest Spanish port captaincy. Member states of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) are debating this ...
  • Mammoet wins two US offshore wind contracts
    Dutch heavylift and transport specialist Mammoet has clinched contracts for two large offshore wind projects in the US. Both contracts with undisclosed clients start in 2023 and cover a range of port scopes, including the load-in, load-out, handling and temporary storage of XXL monopiles, as well as the pre-assembly of turbines in a US marshalling ...
  • Liquefied CO2 ship launched in Japan
    A launch ceremony for a Japanese liquefied CO2 transportation demonstration test ship was held today at the Shimonoseki Shipyard of Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Corporation. At the launch ceremony, participants from related organisations including the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, NEDO (the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization) and the shipowner, Sanyu Kisen were on
  • Shipping industry can save $50bn through four enablers of operational efficiency
    A new insight brief series from the Global Maritime Forum has identified four actions that maritime and shipping industries can take now to support shipping's transition to a sustainable and resilient zero-emission future. Maximising vessel and fleet performance through operational efficiency can reduce annual fuel costs by $50bn at today's prices, according to the research. ...
  • NYK takes control of Mitsubishi Ore Transport
    Japan's Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK) is buying out its partners in a local shipping line, Mitsubishi Ore Transport. NYK will obtain all shares from partners Mitsubishi Corp, Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance, and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries to make the 17-ship fleet a wholly-owned subsidiary. Mitsubishi Ore Transport's fleet is made up of bulkers, car ...
  • Meratus launches smart container solution
    Indonesian container line Meratus, has unveiled its latest innovation, SMARCO-Smart Container. With IoT sensors, GPS tracking, and cloud-based technology, SMARCO allows businesses to have full visibility and control over their container shipments, including real-time monitoring of movement, speed, shock, intrusion, and temperature changes. SMARCO's advanced security system can detect any unauthor
  • Samsung Heavy debuts chatbot
    Chatbots, which have been introduced in businesses with customer service work including financial and public institutions, are also being used in the shipbuilding industry. Samsung Heavy Industries has developed SBOT, an artificial intelligence-based chatbot, and applied it to ship design. SBOT provides answers by finding lessons learned, various regulations and and contract information accumulat
  • World Shipping Council pushes back at American bill seeking to end vessel sharing arrangements
    The World Shipping Council has issued a statement defending the use of vessel sharing arrangements (VSAs), which a new US bill seeks to end. The liner lobby group believes the lawmakers who introduced the bill misunderstand what VSAs are. "Nobody has offered a reason why we should throw away such a useful tool as vessel ...
  • Mexico Pacific and Shell sign third long-term LNG sales and purchase agreement
    Shell Eastern Trading (Pte) Ltd and a subsidiary of Mexico Pacific Limited have signed an additional sales and purchase agreement for Shell to offtake approximately 1.1m tonnes per year (MTPA) of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the third train of Mexico Pacific's anchor LNG export facility, Saguaro Energia, located in Puerto Libertad, Sonora, Mexico. Under ...
  • ChatGPT's limits when it comes to shipping
    In his regular monthly column, Pierre Aury gives readers the pluses and minuses of artificial intelligence for our industry. Hi PierreThank you for reaching out. I would be glad to discuss the question and provide clarity. I will be happy to connect and talk more. Please let me know if you would like to schedule ...

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Lloyd's List web site
MARCH 28, 2023
  • Rise in wrongly jailed seafarers triggers development of IMO guidelines
    Legal committee told of urgent need for fairer treatment of seafarers suspected of maritime crimes, and development of database outlining...
  • Terntank newbuildings backed by Neste charters
    Swedish owner ordered two tankers in November, with options of two more to be built at a Chinese yard
  • Richard Turner quits Victor for job at West of England
    Industry veteran is former chief executive of RSA Luxembourg, where he was in charge of all specialty lines
  • Chinese leasing strives to adapt to changing markets
    Biggest challenge comes from inflated asset value and elevated interest rates
  • Growing orderbook shows increasing acceptance of methanol as a marine fuel
    While revisions to the IMO's 2050 targets are yet to be decided, it is widely agreed that a full life-cycle...
  • Tonnage tax changes signal UK commitment to shipping
    Bringing shipmanagers as well as ship operators into the regime will bring the UK into line with other jurisdictions such...
  • World Shipping Council opposes US shipping anti-trust enforcement act
    Attempt to repeal ocean carrier's exemption from federal anti-trust laws said to erode the legal certainties that facilitate vessel-sharing agreements
  • Taiping & Sinopec Leasing orders two LNG carriers in China
    The two liquefied natural gas carriers worth $470m in total will be delivered in 2027
  • Reduced demand a mixed blessing for shippers
    The slowdown in container shipping has been marked by lower freight rates and better reliability. But it comes at the...
  • The Ukraine effect podcast: Shipping's continuing crewing crisis
    Chapter 2: The hostilities in Ukraine have left hundreds of seafarers held hostage, several dead and fundamentally affected the global...
  • No contact so far with tanker boarded by pirates, says owner
    Efforts are under way to re-establish communication channels with the crew
  • Türkiye's bulk exports fall significantly after earthquakes
    Geared bulkers are lifting more products in Egypt heading to West Africa, which bodes well for Atlantic trades given the...
  • Europe's strikes threaten supply chain delays
    Germany and France have both seen workers down tools. Shipping schedules remain unaffected but hinterland networks are at risk of...
  • MSC sells former Maersk panamax for recycling
    Vessel sold to Indian recyclers on Hong Kong Convention terms and was the largest vessel sold for demolition during a...
  • NYK to take full control of Mitsubishi Ore Transport
    NYK says the move will enable it address issues, including the introduction of next-generation fuel vessels
  • Sanctions on Russia have 'weaponised' flags, says registry chief
    Pacific Island flag says there is a line between 'legal and ethical' as Western governments step up pressure on open...
  • Shipping's share in EV battery transport expected to shrink
    Shipping's share in the transport of electronic vehicle batteries is expected to shrink, despite growth in the EV market itself...
  • Zim completes first LNG bunkering under Shell deal
    Zim's LNG-powered fleet will be more carbon and cost efficient, and allow customers to reduce their carbon footprint
  • Daily Briefing
    Leasing broker faces 15-year prison sentence in China anti-corruption case | The Ukraine effect podcast: The rise of the dark...
  • FMC assessing compliance with ruling on detention charges
    US regulator checking that ocean carriers and marine terminal operators are complying with the law following a precedential decision it...
  • UK officer training study finds 'deeply concerning' deficiencies
    Training for future skills, knowledge and the gaining of experience will take years
  • Vista Shipping secures green loan for LNG dual-fuel vessels
    Sustainability-linked loan sets 'ambitious targets' on annual efficiency ratio and sulphur oxide emissions over 10 years

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The Journal of Commerce web site
MARCH 28, 2023
  • Ocean carriers, marine terminals warn Congress on regulatory overreach
    The testimony comes as two House members prepare legislation designed to update OSRA-22 and another congressman restarts an effort to remove the antitrust immunity of ocean carriers.
  • Forwarders grapple with new freight rate math on tech investments
    Forwarders that experimented with new software during the days of robust freight demand now face a dilemma over what technology produces actual returns on investment as volumes and margin shrink.
  • US ag exporters feel pinch of work shift cuts at West Coast terminals
    Ongoing uncertainty over longshore labor on the West Coast is disrupting the long-term relationships US agricultural exporters have worked to establish with their overseas buyers.
  • HMM joins Maersk in ending demurrage collection at closed terminals
    HMM's decision to immediately cease charging demurrage fees at closed terminals comes as the US Federal Maritime Commission is finalizing rulemaking around free time billing practices.

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TradeWinds web site
MARCH 28, 2023
  • Back on growth path: Cruise leaders see more than just a rebound in passenger demand
    With pandemic in the rear-view mirror, industry sees propensity to cruise at record levels
  • Done deal: world's largest boxship owner Seaspan taken private
    Shareholders request delisting from NYSE with immediate effect
  • Excelerate Energy aims to grow diversified LNG supply portfolio
    Company believes having its own volumes will allow it to offer more cost effective and flexible FSRU-based solutions to customers
  • Shipping's fuel bill can easily be slashed by $50bn a year
    Global Maritime Forum head Johannah Christensen claims operational measures can save huge amounts at Alfa Laval webinar
  • IMO told dark fleet tankers are 'a disaster waiting to happen'
    Shipping regulator hears demands for tighter restrictions on ship-to-ship transfers in international waters
  • US energy major Chevron taps shipyards for up to six LNG carrier newbuildings
    Energy major adds to growing and anticipated gas crush at yards as it seeks ships for its newly purchased US LNG
  • Scottish lighthouse workers to vote on strike action for the first time ever
    Union members could walk out later this year, jeopardising the safe passage of ships
  • Pacific Basin bulker was ordered out of port before losing power in storm
    Interim report by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau reveals the Portland Bay had to leave Port Kembla ahead of bad weather
  • JP Morgan tied to purchase of Swire Bulk handy trio
    US bank and Singapore owner pick up the S&P thread exactly where they had left it before bulker markets swooned
  • Norsepower raises €28m to scale up production of rotor wind sails
    Finnish company attracts new and existing investors as its expands technology that can cut fuel use by 5% to 25%
  • Lomar moves into deep-tech and further from containers
    New tech venture will provide ships as 'floating labs' to tackle biggest maritime challenges
  • Trond Mohn sells again as he banks $6m profit from ageing MR tanker
    Norwegian investor receives an offer he couldn't refuse after double sale in January
  • Proman will need many more methanol-fuelled tankers - but price not yet right
    Swiss producer's Anita Gajadhar explains twin impetus for fleet expansion
  • Suezmax built in 1999 doubles scrap value in $27m deal for further trading
    'Deal of the week' shows how desperate buyers are to get their hands on tonnage to trade
  • Hafnia sheds more older product tankers after $10m jump in values
    Singapore owner offloads two more LR1s following February disposals
  • Hafnia linked to more sales of older product tankers after $10m jump in values
    Singapore owner said to have offloaded more older tankers following February disposals
  • China's Jiangnan Shipyard wins first LNG carrier orders of the year
    The LNG carrier newbuilding contract was signed with a domestic buyer
  • Accident risk: Finland warns of dangers from shadow fleet tanker transits
    Crews of vessels under unknown ownership likely unfamiliar with local waters
  • Excelerate Energy FSRU set for Germany arrival in third quarter
    Floating regasification specialist hauls in cash in 2022 as energy crisis bites in Europe
  • 'Snowball effect' for Stolt Tankers as contract rates keep rising
    Fearnley Securities says effects of renewed contracts will kick in going forward
  • Missing tanker: Monjasa working to establish contact after pirates board ship off Congo
    Contact has been lost with Monjasa Reformer, but crew made it to the citadel
  • More tanker disruption as Iraq turns off crude pipeline to Turkey
    Exports halted from port of Ceyhan after ICC rules in favour of Iraq in ship loading row
  • Done selling? George Economou tied to last Mangrove newcastlemaxes
    New York investment manager said to be cutting ties to shipping with $126m deal for two newcastlemax bulkers named after American football players
  • Cargo ship grounds on Belizean reef after mechanical failure
    Port authority says investigation has begun following incident involving the Herca-1
  • Missing tanker: contact lost as Danish ship attacked by pirates off Congo
    Reports differ as to whether the ship was boarded or hijacked
  • NYK Line takes control of Mitsubishi Ore Transport Co
    The joint venture company will become a wholly-owned subsidiary
  • Standard Chartered leads $89.6m green loan for Vista's dual-fuel product tankers
    Asia-focused bank says loan includes mechanism to incentivise shipowner to meet green targets
  • Kumiai Navigation orders dual-fuelled VLGC newbuilding at KHI
    Japanese company orders single ship against a seven-year charter contract from Altagas
  • Standard Chartered leads $89.6m green loan for Vista's dual-fuel LR2s
    Asia-focused bank says loan includes mechanism to incentivise shipowner to meet green targets

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American Shipper web site
MARCH 28, 2023
  • House panel eyes ending ocean carriers' antitrust exemption
    Members of Congress discussed container carriers' antitrust exemption, along with how to implement the Ocean Shipping Reform Act, on Tuesday.

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Renewal of the concession to PSA Venice
It will have a duration of 25 years. A planned investment of 78.6 million euros and a traffic growth of up to 500mila teu. Concession to Veneta Cementi
For its own decarbonisation, shipping does not have to rely too much on e-fuel
For its own decarbonisation, shipping does not have to rely too much on e-fuel
The Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping warns to take into account the future availability and prices of electro-fuels
EU Commission presents five legislative proposals on maritime safety and prevention of marine pollution caused by ships
The aim is also to align European standards with international regulations
A quarter of Russian companies are in danger of disrupting production for the difficulty of receiving goods from abroad
The first vice president of the Center for Strategic Research in Moscow
Truckers denounce the blocking of actions to improve the operation of trucks in the port of Spezia
The Spezia
Perhaps-they accuse the trade associations-it is the will to maintain the status quo
L'ultima lettura del Goods Trade Barometer della WTO segnala una ripresa che però potrebbe essere assai accidentata
The latest reading of the WTO's Goods Trade Barometer signals a recovery, but one that could be very bumpy
Positive signals come from export sales orders
L'ultimo rapporto di AGCS evidenzia la notevole diminuzione della perdita totale di navi
The latest GATS report shows the significant decrease in the total loss of vessels
Johannesburg/London/Madrid/Munich/New York/Paris/Rotterdam/Singapore
In 2022 the number dropped by -36%. Sinking, fire/explosion and collision are the most frequent causes of accidents
Port of Livorno, interdicted four entrepreneurs and three companies
Seized more than 8mila euros to a port authority official
L'elvetica Accelleron ha acquisito Officine Meccaniche Torino
Switzerland's Accelleron has acquired Officine Meccaniche Torino
The Rivoli-based company is a leading manufacturer of injection systems for marine engines
Grimaldi orders two more new 9,000 ceu Pure Car & Truck Carrier ships
Grimaldi Euromed's maritime territorial continuity on the Civitavecchia - Arbatax - Cagliari route confirmed
Le Aziende informano
La Ant. Bellettieri & Co., presente da più di 140 anni nel Porto di Civitavecchia, opera nella logistica portuale e nell'intermodalità mare, ferro, gomma
European Commission's OK to refinance the Italian Marebonus
Aid programme worth EUR 125 million authorised, running until 2027
Assarmatori, good EU approval of Italian aid for road-sea intermodality
Messina; now the aim is to be able to use the resources as quickly as possible
I porti cinesi stabiliscono un nuovo record storico di traffico quadrimestrale delle merci
Chinese ports set new record for four-month cargo traffic
New peak in containers alone
A metà giugno Blue Dream Cruises riattiverà la crociere internazionali dalla Cina sospese per più di tre anni
In mid-June Blue Dream Cruises will react the international cruises from China suspended for more than three years
I am Shanghai and Shenzhen the pilot ports chosen by the Beijing government for the resumption of the activity
Bennett (ICS): per decarbonizzare lo shipping è necessario fissare una chiara direzione e fornire i mezzi per raggiungere la destinazione
Bennett (ICS): to decarbonize the shipping it is necessary to fix a clear direction and provide the means to reach the destination
Nel primo trimestre i ricavi della CMA CGM sono diminuiti del -30,2%
In the first trimester the revenues of CMA CGM are diminished of -30.2%
The turnover of the shipping segment is dropped of -40.3%. -72.1% of net profit
Livorno, air quality monitoring campaign in neighboring city areas to port
The discovery campaign will last 240 days
Fincantieri agreement in Canada to propose "Vigilance" patrolman for the Royal Canadian Navy
Two initiatives to commemorate Giuseppe Bono
On June 30 in Genoa, the second edition of the Youngster Shipping Summer Party will take place
The event is promoted by Assagents
Fincantieri will build the third NFS submarine of the Italian Navy's Navy
The first two batons will be delivered in 2027 and 2029
ABB plans a whale tail for the propulsion of small and medium-sized ships
ABB plans a whale tail for the propulsion of small and medium-sized ships
The first prototype will be available in 2025
Final free route to the link between the port of Ancona and the State Road 16
Aquaroli : It is a fundamental work for the development of the port, Ancona and the Marche
Visual Sailing List
Departure ports
Arrival ports by:
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CMA CGM has completed the acquisition of La Méridionale
Next order for two new LNG ships announced
Venice Boat Show inaugurated
Over 220 exhibitors. 300 boats presented, 240 of which in the water
MSC Crociere ha preso in consegna la nuova MSC Euribia
MSC Cruises took in delivery the new MSC Euribia
In the ship yard of Chantiers de l'Atlantique also took place the coin ceremony of "MSC World America"
Agreement between the AdSP of the Central Adriatic and the regional agency of the Marches for environmental protection
Yang Ming orders to HHI the construction of five portacontainer from 15.500 teu
Commitment worth $927.9 million
Port of Genoa, procedural errors in paperwork reduced by 70%
this is the result of what was experienced during a course organised by the Harbour Master's Office and Assagenti
Confitarma expresses satisfaction at EU approval for road-sea intermodality support, but denounces lack of resources
Mattioli: We hope that the new government will open a concrete discussion with the armament industry on this issue in view of the next Budget Law
KHI and DNV will define a method to calculate the CO2 emissions of the liquefied hydrogen supply chain
Specific memorandum of understanding signed
The Spanish FENADISMER will start a new class action against oil companies
They are accused of taking advantage of the effects of the conflict in Udrain to apply a surcharge to fuels
Eni Agreement - RINA for the energy transition and decarbonization of naval transport
Among the purposes, the development...
Chinese investment in the Suez Canal Economic Zone
Production activities will be installed
In the first trimester of this year the traffic of the goods in the Croatian ports has grown of +14,9%
The increase is determined by the rise of the bulk volumes
Event in Genoa for the relaunch of the economy of the sea
The sector - it has been emphasized - in recent decades has been dramatically underestimated in its potential
Assiterminal, Assologistica and Fise-Uniport Convention for Safety at Work
It is by definition with the support of RINA
CMA CGM compra il quotidiano economico francese “La Tribune”
CMA CGM buys the French economic daily "La Tribune"
The company is already active in publishing with the newspapers "La Provence" and "Corse Matin"
Next month Metrans will activate an intermodal link Rijeka-Budapest
The terminal of the Hungarian capital will be connected to the Serb terminal of Indija
Ok to a contribution of 2.2 million to the genoese harbour company CULMV
Resolution approved by the Management Committee
ITA Airways, confirmed the agreement with Lufthansa
Uilt, important now to realize the objectives of development and growth of the industrial plan
German Schües is the new president of the BIMCO
Subentra to Sabrina Chao who concluded his biennial term
PSA has acquired a minority share in the Vietnamese logistics company Sotrans
It was ceded by Indo Trans Logistics Corporation
Inaugurated the second phase of the Vietnamese container terminal of Nam Dinh Vu (Haipong)
You have Phong
It has an annual capacity pairs to 1,2 million teu
In April the traffic of the goods in the port of Barcelona is dropped of -7.8%
The decrease has been determined by the decrease of the container, in particular by the ones in transit
TIL orders ZPMC nine cranes of quay for the TPO/TNMSC terminal of the port of Le Havre
Le Havre
They will be able to serve ships from 24,000 teu
GNV expands its support to the project for the protection of turtles and cetaceans in the Mediterranean
The researchers, as well as on the Naples-Palermo route, are being housed on board the ships deployed on the Barcelona-Tangier and Valencia-Palma routes.
Positive the first quarter of MPC Container Ships
The Norwegian company is concerned that supply growth in the segment of large container carriers could also have an impact on the fleets operated on intra-regional routes
UniCredit funds the first two investments in the ZES area of the Nola Interport
From the bank, a total of 17 million in favour of Spa Themes and the Farvima Medicaid group.
PSA-Kazakhstan Railways Agreement for the development of the Transcaspic Corridor
Singapore / Astana
It was signed today on the occasion of the Kazakhstan-Singapore Business Forum
In April, traffic in the port of Valencia fell by -14.2% percent.
In the first quarter of 2023, the decline was -9.6% percent.
Intercargo accounts for 32% of the capacity of the world's bulk fleet of bulk carriers
The association has more than 3,200 bulk carriers in charge
Order from 313 million to Hyundai Mipo Dockyard for five new container ships
They will be delivered within the first semester 2026
Italian Ports:
Ancona Genoa Ravenna
Augusta Gioia Tauro Salerno
Bari La Spezia Savona
Brindisi Leghorn Taranto
Cagliari Naples Trapani
Carrara Palermo Trieste
Civitavecchia Piombino Venice
Italian Interports: list World Ports: map
ShipownersShipbuilding and Shiprepairing Yards
ForwardersShip Suppliers
Shipping AgentsTruckers
On May 25 in Genoa, a conference will be held on the programming, operation and management of transport networks
It is organized by the International Institute of Communications and CIFI
On May 26 in Genoa, the first Mare Global Forum will take place
It is organized by the Strategic Advisory Centre "Giuseppe Bono"
››› Meetings File
Exclusive: Malaysian tycoon weighs selling a stake in $2.7 bln port business -sources
Malaysia's Ekuiti Nasional Explores Sale of Shipping Unit Orkim, Sources Say
››› Press Review File
FORUM of Shipping
and Logistics
Relazione del presidente Daniele Rossi
Napoli, 30 settembre 2020
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