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10:20 GMT+1
September 29, 2023

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Exim India web site
SEPTEMBER 29, 2023
  • JWR CFS makes export carting digital with e-gate system
  • RoDTEP scheme extension till June 30 next year to help exporting community negotiate better contracts
  • Green Ammonia imported through VOC Port for the first time
  • KSAA bids adieu to Dr Beena
  • IUMI President characterises marine insurance market as "strength and stability in turbulent seas"
  • Long-term contract on Chabahar Port with India in the offing, says Iran
  • NGEL, SMPK ink pact to develop Green Hydrogen hub
  • Carriers & cost inflation
  • Decarbonisation transformation in supply chain happening 'here and now'
  • Slowing world economy puts India's GDP growth at 6 pc in FY24: S&P
  • India mulls its own carbon tax on the lines of the EU's CBAM
  • Half of global orderbook held by LNG, container
  • Call for banning lentil import from Canada
  • Panama Canal's new piloting requirement
  • New BPTS at Gangavaram Port from Oct.

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International Transport Journal web site
SEPTEMBER 29, 2023
  • "5,000 active airfreight containers"
  • Trimodal hub for the Seine axis on track
  • First digital shipment from UK to SE Asia
  • Safeen Group launches UAE-Kuwait ro-ro service
  • Europa: first general manager for UK & Ireland
  • Access to more intermodal terminals
  • Wider trucks with safety features
  • Intl Medical Corps enters Logistics Hall of Fame
  • Ayro and Blue Ocean Fund join forces
  • Blue stain fungi do not impair Epal pallets
  • Amazon Air partners with Lobo Systems
  • New Wildberg facility for Schuon Group
  • First batch of Euro 5 trucks now in South Africa
  • "Finnsirius" wins Ro-Pax of the Year award
  • Marlink's innovation for NYK Line
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Aid flight to Libya from Leipzig/Halle Airport

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The Loadstar web site
SEPTEMBER 28, 2023
  • Flexport fires CFO and HR VP, but sees need for a head of restructuring
  • What do you call 250 DSV-ers in one room?
  • Airlines for America files complaint over Schiphol slot reduction plan
  • ICS uses China opening to slam EU ETS aimed at shipping
  • Ahead of Ceva + Bolloré: enter the chopping board
  • 150,000 empty containers stranded in Russia as trade imbalance grows
  • FedEx unfazed as USPS and Amazon drop some peak surcharges
  • CMA CGM orders another eight methanol-fuelled containerships
  • Samskip and Boluda launch Spain-UK shortsea service
  • Saudia Cargo appoints former minister Loay Mashabi as MD
  • Dr Karl Pfaff appointed new CEO of GLS Group

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Marine Log web site
SEPTEMBER 28, 2023
  • Pilot LNG partners up with Seapath for Galveston Bay LNG bunkering hub
    Houston-based Pilot LNG LLC is moving ahead on its plans for a Galveston Bay LNG bunkering hub. It has now formed a joint venture with Seapath, a maritime subsidiary of the Logothetis
  • WinGD wins LR approval in principle for ammonia-fueled two-stroke engines
    As the race to be first to market with future-fueled engines picks up pace, Lloyd's Register has granted Winterthur, Switzerland, headquartered engine designer WinGD the first ever approval in principle (AiP) for
  • Crowley partners with ABS on augmented reality for maritime
    Crowley and ABS are to jointly explore how to advance the use of augmented and virtual reality technologies for vessels and other marine environments. The agreement with ABS builds on a new
  • Vroon completes offshore vessel sell-off
    One of the best-known companies in Netherlands shipping, Vroon, says that it has finalized its restructuring and completed the sale of 37 vessels from its offshore fleet. That leaves Vroon with a

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Container News web site
SEPTEMBER 28, 2023
  • AD Ports welcomes new Ro-Ro service
    SAFEEN Group, part of AD Ports Group, has celebrated the arrival of the Ro-Ro cargo ship SSF Ania at Shuwaikh Port in Kuwait following the launch of a new Ro-Ro service aiming at improving connectivity and facilitating trade between UAE and Kuwait. The aim of the new service is to reduce risks associated with road travel and cut down on carbon emissions. In particular, truck drivers will receive
  • Japan's container volumes decrease for four consecutive months
    Oceangoing containers to and from Japan's six major ports totaled 1.13 million TEUs in July, which slid 8.7% from the corresponding month of the previous year and have registered a year-on-year decrease for four consecutive months. Looking at volumes at individual ports, Tokyo incurred a double-digit contraction, processing 334,842 TEUs, down 17.4%, with exports plunging 18.5% to 152,807 TEUs, an
  • Samskip and Boluda Lines to launch new Spain-Ireland-UK service
    Samskip and Boluda Lines will launch a shortsea container service connecting the ports of Santander, Dublin and Liverpool. In particular, the joint service, which will launch on 30 September, provides a new weekly Spain-Ireland-UK shortsea option for unitised cargoes that is highly cost-competitive against road-ferry alternatives, while at the same time offering greater reliability and substantia
  • Wan Hai to spend US$155 million to upgrade Kaohsiung terminal
    Taiwan's Wan Hai Lines will spend TW$4 billion (US$155 million) on refurbishing three piers of Kaohsiung Port's Terminal No. 5, which it has taken over from compatriot Evergreen Marine Corporation. The amount is less than the US$253 million previously estimated by Wan Hai, which processes 1 million TEU annually in Kaohsiung. Wan Hai said in a Taiwan Stock Exchange filing that compatriot construct
  • DP World welcomes new South America shipping service
    DP World announced the arrival of the first vessel under a new South America shipping service at London Gateway, enhancing the United Kingdom's connections. The new Europe-to-East Coast South America service, operated jointly by COSCO, Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) and Ocean Network Express (ONE), will redefine global connections at DP World's innovative logistics centre. The new service'
  • HAROPA PORT to launch trimodal hub project
    French port complex HAROPA PORT is developing the port of Bruyères-sur-Oise to create a new multimodal platform, 40 kilometres from the capital of France, Paris. Through this, HAROPA aims to strengthen the green multimodal logistics corridor along the Seine - by significantly increasing rail and river traffic - and preparing the connection between the Seine and the Oise to the future Seine-North
  • Penang Port joins International Association of Ports and Harbors
    International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH), a non-governmental organization (NGO) headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, announced that Penang Port Sdn Bhd has become a regular member of the IAPH. IAPH has evolved into a worldwide port alliance, including 177 ports and 147 port-related enterprises in 84 countries as of 31 August 2023. The member ports collectively handle well over 60% of globa
  • Shippers underwhelmed by Renfe Medlog JV
    European shippers were celebrating the announcement by Renfe Mercancias and MSC subsidiary Medlog to form a 50-50 joint venture company that will handle rail freight in Spain. Yesterday's joint announcement that the Renfe board of directors will seek approval from the Spanish Government and then the European Union's (EU's) council of ministers for the rail joint venture was greeted with scepticis
  • Hanwha Ocean, BV complete joint project on 3D model based classification approval
    Bureau Veritas, a company specialising in testing, inspection and certification, and Hanwha Ocean, specialising in the shipbuilding and offshore industry, have completed a Joint Development Project (JDP) to enable 3D model based approval for the Classification of ships. More specifically, the JDP tested and validated the workflow of 3D model-based Classification approvals, where classification re
  • Rotterdam Short Sea Terminals to receive Kalmar hybrid straddle carriers
    Kalmar, a Cargotec subsidiary, has agreed to provide six Kalmar hybrid straddle carriers to Rotterdam Short Sea Terminals (RST). The order was received in Cargotec's order intake for the third quarter of 2023, while the machines are expected to be delivered in the second quarter of the next year. RST is Europe's largest short-sea shipping centre, employing around 350 employees and managing over 5
  • Asian container exports to US decline
    Outbound containers from 18 Asian countries and regions to the United States amounted to 1.68 million TEUs in August, plunging 13.9% from a year earlier and having registered a year-on-year contraction for 12 months in a row, according to the Japan Maritime Center (JMC). In January-August period, Asian exports to US totalled 11.96 million TEUs, translating to a decrease of 20.2% year-on-year. Con
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Splash web site
SEPTEMBER 28, 2023
  • Saudi Aramco makes LNG moves
    Saudi Aramco, the world's largest oil company with a market value of over $2trn, has made its first international investment in liquefied natural gas (LNG) signaling its ambition to diversify its energy portfolio. The state-owned firm is buying a strategic minority stake in Washington-based MidOcean Energy, owned and managed by US investment firm EIG Partners. ...
  • Diana Shipping secures charter extension from Solebay at lower rate
    New York-listed Greek bulker owner Diana Shipping has won a charter deal for one of its capsize bulkers from Solebay Shipping. The 179,362-dwt, 2011-built bulker Seattle was hired by Solebay Shipping on a gross charter rate of $17,500 per day, minus a 5% commission paid to third parties. The Semiramis Paliou-led company said that the ...
  • Peak Group and Grieg Edge venture orders up to eight MPPs in China
    Skarv Shipping Solutions, a Norwegian joint venture between Peak Group and Grieg Edge, has placed an order at Huanghai Shipbuilding in China for up to eight 7,000 dwt multipurpose vessels. The firm deal agreed is for four ships, with an option for another two plus two units. The first vessel will be delivered in the ...
  • International Seaways ships out vintage MR2
    US tanker owner International Seaways has offloaded its 15-year-old MR2 tanker . Brokers have tied the 51,600 dwt ship to an Indian buyer, with Greece's Intermodal placing Mumbai-based Seven Islands Shipping behind the deal worth around $22.4m. New York-listed International Seaways acquired the South Korean-built product tanker following the $2.2bn takeover of Diamond S Shipping, ...
  • Great Eastern offloads supramax
    Indian owner Great Eastern Shipping has struck a deal to sell its 2006-built supramax bulk carrier . The price and the buyer of the 52,450 dwt ship Great Eastern picked up for $9m as Tenshou Maru in March 2017, have not been disclosed. The Tsuneishi Cebu-built ship, estimated by VesselsValue to be worth $10m, will ...
  • Dubai remains Russian shadow tanker hotbed
    Dubai is the operating nexus for so-called shadow Russian crude oil shipments, according to a new report from the Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA), a Helsinki-based research organisation. Of the shadow tankers - ships skirting sanctions and the oil price cap - transporting Russian crude oil operating currently, 41% are registered ...
  • Constellation lands $392m semisub contract with Petrobras
    Brazilian offshore driller Constellation Oil Services has secured a new contract with Petrobras for its ultra-deepwater semisub rig . The deal, worth around $392m, will keep the rig fixed for a period of three years. Petrobras is Constellation's largest client, with seven contracts in force. The 2011-built rig, currently on contract with 3R Petroleum, will ...
  • Average age of the merchant fleet now above 22 years: UNCTAD
    The global merchant fleet is getting very old and will require hundreds of billions of dollars for its required green transition, a new detailed report from the United Nations has warned. The 126-page Review of Maritime Transport 2023 published by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) in time for today's World Maritime ...
  • World Maritime Day: Setting a tone for whistleblowers
    'MARPOL at 50 - Our commitment goes on' is the theme for this year's World Maritime Day. Steven Jones, the founder of the Seafarers Happiness Index, has this take on crews getting caught in the pollution crosshairs in US waters. It is great to see MARPOL being celebrated and lauded for World Maritime Day 2023 ...
  • Good week for ammonia in the future fuel race
    Proponents of ammonia as shipping's ultimate future fuel have had a good week with plenty of news to support the potential transition. Engine maker MAN Energy Solutions has revealed following many tests it is now on track to deliver its first ammonia engine in late-2024, with the full commercial release of the two-stroke engine set ...
  • Japan Transport Safety Board issues report on Wakashio disaster
    The Japan Transport Safety Board has issued its report on the grounding of the Wakashio newcastlemax, one of this decade's most high-profile bulker casualties. As with earlier reports into the disaster which caused huge ecological damage to Mauritius, the decision by the crew to head near to shore to seek out a telephone signal was ...
  • CMA CGM adds another eight ships to giant orderbook
    CMA CGM has ordered eight methanol dual-fuelled mid-sized boxships at Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding. The deal for the 9,200 teu ships is estimated to be worth a total of $1bn Alphaliner statistics show that CMA CGM's huge 1.2m slot orderbook will see it overhaul Maersk to become the second largest liner in the coming years. CMA ...
  • Ship Concept 2030: Are the world's shipbuilders doing enough to foster innovation?
    Owners question whether the yards are offering the right solutions. Are shipyards doing enough for foster innovative designs? Sure, they have their snazzy marketing material to hand, their impressive stands at trade fairs, but with the end product - are yards actually willing and able to deliver radically different ships. Many in shipping doubt it. ...

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Lloyd's List web site
SEPTEMBER 28, 2023
  • Grieg green shipping joint venture pens MPV newbuilding contract
    Skarv Shipping Solutions, the joint venture of Norway's Grieg Edge and Peak Group, will take delivery of first in new...
  • 'Hard part' begins now for box sector, Jefferies warns
    Carriers have seen the summer's rally in transpacific and Asia-Europe freight rates quickly lose momentum, and the picture is further...
  • Box spot rates slump as Golden Week begins
    Carrier efforts to support rates through capacity cuts have failed to lift rates. Further blank sailings in sight as peak...
  • QatarEnergy orders 17 LNG carriers from Hyundai Heavy Industries
    A total of 77 LNG carriers are expected to be delivered to QatarEnergy, with more to come
  • Daily Briefing
    CMA CGM boosts methanol boxship orderbook by adding eight mid-sized vessels at China's SWS | Maritime trade sees slow recovery but...

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The Journal of Commerce web site
SEPTEMBER 28, 2023
  • Inland23: Intermodal providers expect unchanged rates in early 2024 bids
    If history is any indication, it's unlikely intermodal providers will be able to implement a rate increase in 2024 contracts until the trucking market rebounds.
  • Shippers to bring European ETS surcharge into carrier contract talks
    Cargo owners want complete transparency from carriers in their "emission surcharges" that will be levied on customers from the first quarter of 2024 and are looking at how the surcharges can be handled in long-term rate agreements.
  • UPS bolsters healthcare business with MNX Global Logistics acquisition
    The addition of Atlanta-based MNX closely follows an acquisition in France as UPS builds out its expedited and temperature-controlled capabilities in the healthcare sector.

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TradeWinds web site
SEPTEMBER 28, 2023
  • John Fredriksen said to be close to deal for large chunk of Euronav fleet
    Frontline said to be taking in mostly VLCCs as two sides near signing long-rumoured fleet split
  • Alf Aanonsen fires back in charter spat, arguing Grey Rock claim is 'not valid'
    Owner of Trinity Enterprise and Trinity Tankers says his companies have a $20m claim of their own
  • 10 years after: John Wobensmith tells ASBA forum about the decade past and the one ahead
    Genco Shipping chief executive says shipping's become more complicated and that will continue
  • Carnival finishes connecting Holland America Line fleet to shore power
    Cruise line began installing shore power capability on 11-ship fleet in 2006
  • 'We need to get started': Solvang scores government funding for carbon capture pilot
    If successful, plan to install system on ethylene carrier could be followed by newbuildings
  • Diana Shipping locks capesize bulker into charter with Solebay for nearly two years
    New York-listed company expects to make at least $11.3m in shipowner's third period deal in a week
  • Grieg-backed Skarv heads to China for multipurpose newbuildings
    Company says ship design is ideal for wind, but can work in any shortsea trade
  • Suez Rajan: Falsified documents, fake signals, a captain's protests and a sea of questions
    Four simple questions that should be answered following the conclusion of the cargo-transfer case
  • Sweden's Wallenius Lines taps company lifer to grow shipowning and decarbonisation
    New CEO wants to boost investment in people as well as tech
  • Diana Shipping dives into methanol-fuelled bulkers with $92m order for two kamsarmaxes
    New York-listed shipowner last ordered a newbuilding in January 2014
  • Have long-term container freight rates reached a turning point?
    Contract rates rise for the first time this year - but spot rates suffer 'dead cat bounce'
  • China dashes tanker owners' hopes of more product cargoes and crude imports
    Government has decided not to issue more allowances for shipments this year
  • Titanic sub disaster highlights 'need for search and rescue upgrade'
    Chile calls for more psychological support for rescuers involved in search operations in international waters
  • Streetwise: Dry bulk's leading dividend evangelist heads south with a message of shares salvation
    This week's Streetwise takes a look at how John Wobensmith went from banker to shipowner and transformed his Genco Shipping
  • Berenberg launches carbon emissions trading scheme for shipping
    German lender targets shipowners looking to purchase EUA's to offset emissions
  • Two insanitary Cameroon ships banned by Paris MOU as another does a runner
    Vessels registered with black-list flag fall foul of port state control inspections
  • ABS boosts Greek credentials with rapid office expansion
    Athens is home to US-based classification society's most rapidly expanding office worldwide
  • Great Eastern turns a profit selling bulker bought six years ago
    Indian owner offloads oldest of five supramaxes in its fleet
  • Hopes for quick lifting of Russian oil products ban are futile, says minister
    Ban on most diesel and gasoline exports to rebuild domestic stocks is affecting MR rates in the Atlantic, say brokers
  • Final piece in New Fortress' first FLNG unit jigsaw leaves for Mexico
    Third converted jack-up rig due in Altamira in days but schedule for 'Fast LNG' has slipped back
  • Oaktree-backed GEOS sells $33m in stock to pay for Vroon ships
    Follow-up offering could also add to fundraising by Norwegian owner
  • Seacon Shipping eyes vessel buys after securing lease finance for newbuilding
    Chinese shipowner adding to IPO cash pot with deal to sell cargo ship under construction in Japan
  • Viewpoint: Denmark leads the call for intense collaboration to get to zero
    No country can tackle the decarbonisation of shipping alone, say Danish climate leaders as they call for maritime to get connected
  • Asiatic Lloyd eyes switch to methanol for ultramax bulker newbuildings in China
    Singapore-based shipowner says study allows it to explore actively the adoption of low-carbon fuel options for its future fleet
  • Law firm Birketts boosts its shipping team with Ince hires
    Marine and insurance specialists will operate mainly from the firm's London office
  • Arrests rise as Ireland confirms record $165m cocaine haul from bulker Matthew
    Flag state Panama begins investigation into alleged trafficking case
  • Shipping needs new finance to hit emissions targets, says UN
    IMO urged to provide certainty on new fuels to encourage investment in clean vessels
  • Trafigura signs $500m export finance deal to keep Saudi cargoes flowing
    Saudi EXIM Bank extends three-year facility for oil products and metals shipments
  • Ukraine grain insurance capacity grows despite Odesa attacks
    Increasing interest in the high-risk trade from shipowners despite renewed targeting of Black Sea port
  • Record container ship growth pushes freight and charter market south
    With close to a boxship a day being delivered for the rest of the year, where is the demand?
  • Wavelength: Lars Barstad's justice would be a fitting punishment for Putin's war crimes
    Could Dostoevsky's classic work explain Russia's refusal to consider the consequences of its actions?
  • Seacon eyes ship buys after securing lease finance for newbuilding
    Chinese owner adding to IPO cash pot with deal to sell cargo ship under construction in Japan
  • Bullish ONE mulls Far East order for up to 10 container ships
    Shipyards in South Korea, Japan and China have been asked to put in their offers
  • CMA CGM inks order for eight methanol dual-fuel 9,200-teu container ships at Shanghai Waigaoqiao
    Order marks the largest midsize boxships and first methanol dual-fuel contract for Chinese yard
  • Asiatic Lloyd eyeing switch to methanol for ultramax bulker newbuildings in China
    Singapore-based shipowner says study allows it to explore actively the adoption of low-carbon fuel options for its future fleet
  • CMA CGM inks eight methanol dual-fuel 9,200-teu boxship newbuilds at Shanghai Waigaoqiao
    Order mars the largest midsize boxships and first methanol dual-fuel contract for Chinese yard
  • Asiatic Lloyd eyeing switch to methanol for ultramax bulker newbuildings in China
    Singapore-based shipowner says study allows it to explore actively the adoption of low-carbon fuel options for its future fleet
  • MAN Energy Solutions first ammonia engine to deliver in late 2024
    Danish engine designer says it is taking 'cautious approach' to building up sales
  • WinGD nets first AiP for ammonia two-stroke engine as race hots up
    Lloyd's Register said approval in principle will give early movers confidence

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American Shipper web site
SEPTEMBER 28, 2023
  • How US military equipment for Ukraine is shipped across Atlantic
    A flood of tanks, military vehicles and weapons systems is flowing from the U.S. to Europe. Shipowner ARC plays a pivotal transport role.
  • Seacor Holdings sells harbor towing assets operating in Gulf of Mexico
    Seacor Holdings has sold its U.S. harbor towing operations to firms in Louisiana and Texas.
  • Aviation, trade sectors brace for government shutdown
    The Federal Aviation Administration and Customs and Border Protection are two key agencies involved in goods movement that will be short-handed if the government shuts down nonessential services.

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