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23 March 2023 - Year XXVII
Independent journal on economy and transport policy
16:30 GMT+1
January 30, 2023

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Exim India web site
JANUARY 30, 2023
  • J M Baxi Ports & Logistics, Hapag-Lloyd AG & Bain Capital Private Equity sign binding agreement
  • Capt. Vivek S. Anand joins MSA Global Logistics as Group CEO
  • National Logistics Portal one-stop integrated platform inaugurated
  • JNPA celebrates Republic Day with patriotic fervour
  • EoI invited for Mega International Container Transhipment Port at Galathea Bay, Great Nicobar Island
  • Amended berthing rule at Deendayal Port
  • DGTR notifies anti-dumping duty on vinyl tiles from China, Taiwan
  • Baltic Exchange Market Report (27 January 2023)
  • DP World's ratings upgraded by Moody's
  • Vahak takes over Instalogist, expanding its network reach
  • MOL joins shipping sector of First Movers Coalition to boost decarbonisation

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International Transport Journal web site
JANUARY 30, 2023
  • Digital and healthy
  • Aero Africa appoints Issa Baluch
  • Hydrogen for shunting locos in port areas?
  • Asendia deepens commitment to Asia-Pacific
  • Container flows on a positive note?
  • Cargo Sous Terrain breaking ground
  • Tam Group accelerates expansion in Asean
  • New trailers to support rapid expansion
  • XPO picks Ali Faghri
  • Rental wagons auctioned off
  • Four new A350 freighter aircraft for KLM Group
  • Supporting Maserati's tack
  • Extending facilities in southern France
  • No diversity for brands
  • E-truck saves 58 t of CO2
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Man and BGL send truck drivers onto the pitch
  • Airlink resumes South Africa-Madagascar air link
  • A joint green effort in Wilhelmshaven

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The Loadstar web site
JANUARY 27, 2023
  • Ocean rates ex-Asia under pressure, while PSSs return to the transatlantic
  • Cargo back to 'playing second fiddle' at US carriers, but has momentum
  • Analysis: Up to $1.5bn Freightos debut - let that sink in
  • UK government considers its own liner consortia regulations
  • Creditors circle, but Carologicair could still rise from the ashes
  • Martinair gets a freight fillip with news that four A350Fs will arrive early
  • Bangladesh extends AEO facility to accelerate cargo flow from ports
  • New complaints process after OSRA 22 a success, says FMC

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Marine Log web site
JANUARY 27, 2023
  • NES wins key WindKeeper SOV contract
    Turkey's Cemre Shipyard has awarded Norwegian Electric Systems AS (NES) a contract to deliver energy design, and smart control systems for the two innovative WindKeeper Service Operation Vessels (SOVs) ordered at the
  • Ammonia-fueled bulker design gains ClassNK AiP
    ClassNK has issued an Approval in Principle (AiP) for a large ammonia-fueled 210,000 DWT bulk carrier design jointly developed by Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) and Mitsui & Co., Ltd. The vessel's
  • Alaska wins big in FTA ferry funding awards
    The U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Transit Administration (FTA) yesterday announced the recipients of $384.4 million in federal funding for ferries programs, with the Alaska Marine Highway System accounting for a whopping

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Container News web site
JANUARY 27, 2023
  • Free ebook: the marketer's website
    Download our free ebook to learn how no-code tools can empower your team to create powerful websites.
  • Drewry's World Container Index drops
    Drewry's composite World Container Index fell 2% this week to US$2,046.51 per 40ft container. The Drewry WCI composite index is now already 80% down from the top of US$10,377 in September 2021. It is 24% less than the 10-year average of US$2,694, showing a return to more normal costs, but it is 46% more than the typical 2019 (pre-pandemic) rate of US$1,420. Furthermore, the year-to-date composite
  • Unit45 and H.Essers develop new diesel-electric reefer
    Unit45, based in Rotterdam, has developed a new diesel-electric reefer in collaboration with its client H.Essers, which is a Belgian logistics solutions provider. This newly developed diesel-electric reefer was designed with a 900-litre tank, making it 100 litres larger in capacity than the previous version. In addition, the reefer, which features a motor manufactured by Thermo King, has low fuel
  • Bilbao Port Authority seeks tenders for new container terminal construction
    The board of directors of the Bilbao Port Authority has unanimously approved the call for a public tender for the building and operation of a box terminal on the central quay of the Spanish port. The central quay is the last large area of the port of Bilbao for which a concession can be awarded. The process is carried out in two stages. The first phase, which is completed, has resulted in an oper
  • ONE purchases green fuel for Freightliner's UK rail service
    Ocean Network Express (ONE) has purchased GD+ fuel to cover 100% of the fuel volume required for the new intra-UK service of Freightliner from Southampton to Crewe. The first service started its journey on 17 January 2023 and after Crewe, the train was going to continue its rotation to Freightliner Coatbridge terminal in Scotland, using an electric locomotive, making this one of the greenest rail
  • FMC reports over 200 charge complaints against ocean carriers since June
    The US Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) decided to issue a Supplemental Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (SNPRM) that addresses issues commenters raised in response to the unreasonable refusal to deal or negotiate with respect to vessel space accommodations proposed (Docket 22-24) rule issued last September. In fact, the Commission has received more than 200 charge complaints since the Ocean Shippi
  • Maersk to integrate Hamburg Süd and Sealand
    Maersk has announced its intention to unify its brands by integrating Hamburg Süd and Sealand. The Danish shipping company believes that by integrating the aforementioned firms into the Maersk brand, it will be able to ease its customers' logistical difficulties. "We realise that our current brand structure doesn't reflect the way our customers have their supply chain structured, and the need the
  • Paranagua's Container Terminal breaks annual box record exceeding 1.1 million TEUs
    TCP (Terminal de Conteineres de Paranagua), the operator of the Paranaguá Container Terminal, South America's largest box terminal, ended 2022 with its highest movement in history with 1.16 million TEUs. The record container throughput, translating to a 5% increase compared with the previous year's results, was achieved in a year of record operational productivity and investments aiming to better
  • India gears up to build US$5 billion container transhipment project off Bay of Bengal Island
    India is stepping up efforts to counter other established South Asian hub ports, such as Sri Lanka's Colombo, Singapore and Malaysia's Port Klang, which dominate the subcontinent transshipment activity. In a strategic move, New Delhi has cleared a long-contemplated plan to build a dedicated container transshipment terminal at a more strategic port location -- Galathea Bay of Great Nicobar Island
  • Maersk Supply Service secures major deal for FPSO work in Brazil
    Maersk Supply Service will start to collaborate with TechnipFMC, after signing an assignment agreement for the comprehensive towing and mooring campaign of Petrobras's Búzios 6 Project (seventh module of Búzios), offshore Brazil. The project will be carried out over almost two years. Moreover, the scope covers the pre-installation of the mooring system and hook up of the FPSO P-78, which will be
  • Intra-Italy railway line resumes operations amid Yilport's ongoing investments in Taranto terminal
    The operator Yilport San Cataldo Container Terminal (SCCT) SpA has recently handled the first train commodities since the railway line's reactivation at Taranto's Molo Polisettoriale in southeastern Italy. The intermodal goods train ran on the Bari - Taranto route and was operated with the railway operator GTS and the support of the railway company Mercitalia Shunting & Terminal. Therefore, trade
  • Port of Rotterdam and STC International organise energy transition management training
    From 20 to 23 March, the Port of Rotterdam Authority and STC International will host the Port Energy Transition Management Programme in Rotterdam. During this training session, port personnel will learn about the newest energy transition insights as well as the role that ports play in this process. The course is part of various training programmes organised by the Dutch port and its partners. Rot
  • AB Equipment becomes distributor of Konecranes Lift Trucks in New Zealand
    AB Equipment, a heavy equipment dealer, is the distributor of Konecranes Lift Trucks throughout New Zealand from 1 December 2022. "Becoming the distributor for Konecranes Lift Trucks in New Zealand enables us to offer our customers greater choice and further strengthen our leadership position in forklifts and access equipment," commented Peter Escott, CEO of AB Equipment. AB Equipment is now able

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Splash web site
JANUARY 27, 2023
  • DOF's board proposes new debt restructuring plan
    The board of directors of debt-laden offshore vessel owner DOF has decided to submit a new proposal for a restructuring plan to the reconstructor and its financial creditors. The plan, which has already received support from DOF's largest shareholder, Møgster Offshore, with a 31.6% stake, would see the current shareholders left with 3.75% of DOF ...
  • Moreld Apply awarded significant Aker BP contract
    Norwegian oil and gas engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) player Moreld Apply has won a contract from Aker BP for the Edvard Grieg topside modification, which forms part of the Utsira High tie-backs project. The contract, described as significant by the Stavanger-headquartered company, will see the required topside modifications for Solveig Phase 2, Troldhaugen ...
  • Maersk to consolidate brands
    Maersk is moving towards a single, unified brand that will see shipping lines Hamburg Süd and SeaLand as well as newer acquired brands like Senator and LF Logistics discontinued and integrated into Maersk. "We believe that by integrating these into the Maersk brand, we will be able to ease logistical difficulties, whilst also offering more ...
  • Borr Drilling issues $400m bonds for debt refinancing
    Tor Olav Trøim's Borr Drilling has placed two bond loans to refinance an older convertible due to mature in May this year. The Norwegian jackup rig owner has raised $250m in senior unsecured convertible bonds and another $150m in senior secured bonds. The convertible has a fixed half-yearly interest rate of 5% and matures in ...
  • Taylor Maritime secures rare early 2024 delivery slot at Japanese yard
    The Buttery family has used its many decades of relationship-building in Japan to secure a very early delivery berth at a top-tier yard. In a Q4 trading update today, London-listed Taylor Maritime Investments (TMI) revealed it had contracted a 40,000 dwt bulk carrier newbuild in Japan delivering in Q1 next year, something the Ed Buttery-led ...
  • Fredriksen lifts Euronav stake to 24.99%
    John Fredriksen has spent the week amassing more Euronav shares via various investment vehicles to the point where he now owns just 0.01% less of the tanker giant than his rivals, the Saverys family. In total, Fredriksen has amassed another 4.785m shares this week taking his total holding to 24.99%, suggesting there are plenty more ...
  • Freightos celebrates NASDAQ launch
    Hong Kong-based freight booking platform Freightos started trading on the NASDAQ yesterday under the ticker symbol CRGO after merging with a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC), saying the move will raise more than $80m to fund its growth strategy. Zvi Schreiber, the founder of Freightos commented, "If you are a patient investor who appreciates how ...
  • RightShip launches ports taskforce
    Melbourne-based vetting giant RightShip has launched RightPORT, a ports and terminals taskforce covering ESG, safety, sustainability, and crew welfare issues worldwide Yucel Yildiz, ports and terminals manager at RightShip, said: "RightShip's ambition is a zero-harm maritime industry. With more than 40 ports already taking advantage of the ESG solutions provided by RightShip, this announcement fo
  • MarineTraffic teams with Shipeezi
    Shipeezi and MarineTraffic have entered into a strategic partnership that will bolster shipment visibility, management and predictability for customers across the supply chain and moving industry at a global scale. The agreement brings together the Shipeezi platform which serves as a horizontal integrator for the supply chain and moving industry and the MarineTraffic Visibility for ...
  • MOL showcases ammonia-powered newcastlemax design
    Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) and Mitsui & Co have received approval in principle (AiP) from ClassNK for the design of a large ammonia-powered bulk carrier. MOL and Mitsui jointly determined the size and specifications of the vessel, and both companies entrusted Mitsubishi Shipbuilding for the design of the vessel. The AiP covers a 210,000 dwt ...
  • Port Authority of Bilbao moves forward with new container terminal
    The Port Authority of Bilbao has issued an invitation to tender for the construction and operation of a maritime container terminal on the central quay of the Port of Bilbao in northern Spain. The central quay is the last large area of the port for which a concession can be awarded. One phase of the ...

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Lloyd's List web site
JANUARY 27, 2023
  • An urgent appeal to the shipping community: Help the UN avert catastrophe in Yemen
    War-torn Yemen could soon face environmental degradation of a degree as large as any witnessed in recent decades. Shipping will...
  • Yemen risk assessment: Direct threat to shipping remains low but collateral damage hazards remain
    Yemen borders one of the world's most important maritime chokepoints, with more than 22,000 passings through the Bab-el-Mandeb Strait last...
  • Asset-light Maersk Tankers prepares for product tanker spike
    Commercial manager of 150 vessels forecasts demand for product tankers to rise by 9% this year, much faster than the...
  • FMC says charge complaint process proving a success
    More than 200 charge complaints have been filed with the commission since the enactment of the Ocean Shipping Reform Act...
  • Boxship orders favour alternative fuel options
    Container shipping lends itself most readily to adopting new fuels. More than two-thirds of newbuildings will be capable of using...
  • Tanker asset values remain firm due to Russia trades and negligible orderbook
    Demand for secondhand tankers for potential Russian business has remained strong into the New Year despite a softening in freight...
  • Significance of scale lies behind OSM Thome merger
    While he awaits approval for the new venture, Finn Amund Norbye reveals why shipmanagement is in a strong place, why...
  • Fredriksen matches Saverys' stake in Euronav as board battle looms
    Fredriksen's share purchases were previously being described as opportunistic investments, now his actions are being seen as unpredictable
  • Hafnia chief says investor appetite for tanker stocks is strong
    The company is not focusing on secondhand acquisitions, given that it bought more than 40 ships during the past two...
  • Hamburg Süd to go as Clerc stamps mark on Maersk
    Days after announcing the dissolution of the 2M alliance, Maersk is making more major changes. Move will see the removal...
  • Pacific Carriers to study methanol as alternative low-carbon fuel for fleet
    ABS will evaluate the means and impact of retrofitting a PCL vessel with a propulsion system powered by methanol, as...
  • Mitsubishi Heavy Industries joins CO2 feasibility study in Japan
    Partners plan project for separation, capture, ship transportation and storage of carbon dioxide emitted from the materials industry and other...
  • Daily Briefing
    2M split driven by strategic differences between Maersk and MSC | Maersk's new business strategy won't work, says Drewry |...
  • Former Swedish Club intern returns as chief executive
    Nordberg pledges to strengthen financial position after S&P downgrade, and may look for alliances and partnerships with rivals
  • Online booking platform Freightos raises $80m after merger deal
    Freightos lists on the tech-heavy Nasdaq amid a slowdown in global trade
  • MOL gets approval for ammonia-powered bulk carrier
    Mitsubishi Shipbuilding is working on design of the vessel

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The Journal of Commerce web site
JANUARY 27, 2023
  • US LTL carriers look past downturn by expanding for next rebound
    The promise of economic improvement in the second half of this year and 2024 has LTL trucking companies adding terminals, doors, and services despite the current slowdown.
  • Consistent vessel service key to Port NOLA cargo recovery: officials
    After a 2022 in which skipped calls dragged down volumes at the Port of New Orleans while neighboring Gulf Coast gateways saw booming import growth, officials are hoping a return to steady vessel schedules will help entice shippers back to the port.
  • Investors fuel drayage software provider PortPro with $12 million in funding
    Investors see drayage as an area rife for technological improvement, with software provider PortPro the latest startup to secure funding to empower port truckers.
  • NY-NJ marine terminals offering up more data to improve truck flow
    Last year's container surge prompted a harder look at information sharing for container availability and port operations, which New York-New Jersey marine terminals are responding to with new data.
  • Freightos goes public on NASDAQ in first measure of logistics tech value
    Freightos' public listing on the NASDAQ will be the first test of how public investors value one of the more prominent logistics technology companies to emerge over the past decade.
  • Sealand, Hamburg Sud names to disappear in broad Maersk rebranding
    Maersk's move to integrate brands comes days after the carrier and Mediterranean Shipping Co. announced plans to end their 2M alliance and the recent appointment of a new A P Moller - Maersk executive board that starts work on Feb. 1.
  • Project cargo outlook brightening for Port of New Orleans
    Even as breakbulk volumes ebb from their pandemic highs, several mega-projects planned for South Louisiana are expected to keep project cargo moving at the Port of New Orleans.

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TradeWinds web site
JANUARY 27, 2023
  • Capesize bulker rates drop by a third while Asia celebrates Chinese New Year
    Market for smaller bulkers moved sideways over past seven days
  • Product tankers continue rate slide in spite of increased activity
    Plenty of red in the market as the vessels continue their slow start to 2023
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  • 'Buy the weakness:' Jon Chappell on why tankers still have a long way to run
  • When science speaks on scrubbers, shipping should listen and seek solutions
    The march of global environmental rules is towards reducing emissions into the air as well as the sea
  • Lowest CII rating to hit ship values and charter options, warns MPC Capital's Rychly
    New measure will focus owners' minds on energy efficiency, German executive believes
  • Croatia rejoins ECSA to cope better with tighter shipping rules
    Regulatory upheaval prompts Adriatic shipowners to close ranks again with their European peers
  • New Fortress Energy snaps up Alpha Gas newbuilding in long-term deal
    Another 2024-delivering newbuilding disappears from the menu
  • Maersk confirms ship sale to MSC as part of 'continuous fleet review'
    Danish owner says capex and capacity discipline remains a key focus area
  • Editor's selection: What next for Maersk and MSC after 2M split? Fredriksen ups Euronav stake
    TradeWinds rounds up the biggest and best stories of the week
  • Deutsche ReGas plans second FSRU to boost German terminal capacity
    Macquarie Capital and its regas specialist arm WaveCrest planning to work with developer of new Lubmin facility
  • Russia looks to crude export spike as new ban looms
    EU is reportedly discussing a price cap of $100 for diesel and other premium products
  • MPCC linked to sale of veteran container ship that has dropped $46m in value
    Chinese interests are said to be behind the purchase
  • Eight confirmed dead and nine missing after Chinese cargo ship sinking
    Many of the rescued seafarers failed to regain consciousness
  • BRS reveals change at the top as Gilbert Walter takes over as CEO
    Long-serving broker replaces Francois Cadiou, who will remain chairman
  • The 'dark fleet' is an accident waiting to happen. Here's why
    With ever-more traders reaping rewards on illicit trades, the chances of a major spill or collision keep rising
  • NYK Line adds one more LPG/ammonia VLGC newbuilding
    Japanese shipping giant has now contracted five gas carriers that can carry both LPG and ammonia
  • Eight confirmed dead and nine still missing after Chinese cargo ship sinking
    Many of the seafarers rescued from the Jin Tian failed to regain consciousness
  • Sundt family sells chunk of Hunter after banking VLCC sales cash
    Siblings cut their stakes in shipless Norwegian company to 2%
  • TMI snaps up rare 2024 delivery window for Japanese handysize newbuilding
    Owner says the move is part of a limited renewal strategy
  • Euronav in limbo as Fredriksen equals Saverys family's blocking stake
    Tycoon spends another $74m on rival tanker owner's stock, leaving Belgian company in a three-way stand-off with management and CMB owners
  • Singapore competition authority to examine Hanwha's bid for DSME
    Initial concerns raised about LNG carrier production and storage facilities for offshore plants
  • MOL presses ahead with ammonia-fuelled newcastlemax bulker
    ClassNK has issued approval in principle for 210,000-dwt ship design
  • Singapore to require listed shipowners to reveal exact pay of CEOs
    SGX to also clampdown on lengthy directorships which 'inhibit board renewal and progress on board diversity'
  • MOL sees car carrier spaces easing up but sector still facing tonnage shortage
    About 15% of global car carrier fleet was trimmed due to Covid pandemic

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American Shipper web site
JANUARY 27, 2023
  • Sanctions effect begins: Crude tankers forced onto longer voyages
    Russian crude restrictions are having the predicted effect on tanker trades, soaking up more vessel capacity as sailing distance lengthens.
  • Revisiting 2004 vessel accidents that turned deadly
    2004: The capsizing of two vessels rocks the project cargo industry.
  • Air France-KLM doubles order for Airbus A350 freighters
    Martinair, with the help of parent company Air France-KLM, is buying four new freighters from Airbus.

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ECSA, EU agreement on ship fuel gives strong political signal and provides clear climate goals and guidance for industry
Brussels / Rome
Assshipowners, welcome our main instances
T&E, today's EU decision marks the beginning of the end of dirty fuels in the shipping industry
The organisation highlighted the need to prevent the agreed standards from presenting loopholes
Agreement of the Parliament and of the EU Council on the use of fuels for decarbonisation of shipping
Agreement of the Parliament and of the EU Council on the use of fuels for decarbonisation of shipping
From 2034, the share of renewable fuel will have to be more than 2% percent. Emissions will have to be reduced by 2% percent by 2025 and by 80% percent by 2050. From 2030 container ships and passenger ships will have to use ground electricity in major European ports
Subscribed to the contract to sell the yards Hellenic Shipyards to the Greek shipowner Prokopiou
The tender had been won with an offer worth 62.5 million euros.
ESPO presses why the ports that play a significant role in the EU's energy supply are also admitted to the TEN-T network
According to the association, it is necessary to also take into account their role in the acceleration of the spread of renewable energies
In 2022 OOIL achieved record economic results
Hong Kong
In 2022 OOIL achieved record economic results
Drop in performance in the second half of the year
In 2022 French ports handled 293.7 million tonnes of cargo (+ 5.1%)
The figure is -6.0% percent lower than that of the pre-pandemic year of 2019.
Grimaldi signs agreement for the 67% acquisition of the Igoumenitsa Portuale Authority
Grimaldi signs agreement for the 67% acquisition of the Igoumenitsa Portuale Authority
"Our goal is to make the Greek airport realize its full potential for the benefit of all stakeholders, from shipping, transport and tourism to the local community," said Emanuele Grimaldi, who is also the first person to be able to make the Greek government.
Fedespedi, in 2022 container traffic in Italian ports increased by 2.4%
Overall decline of -1.0% of volumes in other container ports in the Mediterranean
In 2022 the port of Hamburg recorded a new record of goods from and for Austria
They amounted to 6.3 million tonnes (+ 12%)
Assshipowners represented to the EU the instances of Italian shipping on decarbonisation
Assshipowners represented to the EU the instances of Italian shipping on decarbonisation
Messina : the new IMO CII, as it is thought today, leads to opposite effects compared to environmental safeguards, penning precisely the Italian navige
Protocol to develop the Alexandria Smisting stopover in an intermodal freight hub
By the end of 2024, the masterplan will be defined for the realization of a modal interchange pole
Ferretti group buys the Ravennate shipyard of the Rosetti Marino
The acquisition has envisaged an initial investment of around 40 million euros.
A.P. Møller-Mærsk will sell the Maersk Supply Service to the parent company A.P. Møller Holding
A.P. Møller-Mærsk will sell the Maersk Supply Service to the parent company A.P. Møller Holding
Transaction of the value of 685 million
Joint venture TX Logistik-Samskip-duisport to manage the intermodal terminal logport III in Duisburg
Joint venture TX Logistik-Samskip-duisport to manage the intermodal terminal logport III in Duisburg
It has an annual traffic capacity equal to 250mila units of cargo
Abu Dhabi Ports initiates a series of agreements to carry out port terminals for goods and cruise liners in Egypt
Abu Dhabi Ports initiates a series of agreements to carry out port terminals for goods and cruise liners in Egypt
Abu Dhabi
Signed the concession contract for the multipurpose terminal in Safaga
In February -43.1% of container traffic in the port of Los Angeles confirms the crisis phase of California's ports
Los Angeles
In February -43.1% of container traffic in the port of Los Angeles confirms the crisis phase of California's ports
They also suffer from the East Coast port scans. Expect a modest recovery starting in March
Freudenberg, Meyer Werft and Royal Caribbean are realizing a new fuel cell system for the naval sector
Freudenberg, Meyer Werft and Royal Caribbean are realizing a new fuel cell system for the naval sector
The first exemplar could be installed on the new "Silver Nova" cruise ship that will be completed in the next few months.
FEPORT satisfied with changes to the EU general exemption rules by category
The federation continues to cover public investment of up to 150 million euros in ports, including those for cold ironing, the federation said.
In 2022 the transits of trucks through the Swiss Alps decreased by -1.7% percent. Stagnation of rail transport
In 2022 the transits of trucks through the Swiss Alps decreased by -1.7% percent.  Stagnation of rail transport
Still far away the goal of the transfer of the loads from the road to the rail
In the only fourth quarter of 2022, HHLA Group revenues grew by 4.9%
Operating profit fell by -8.8%
Touax closes 2022 with record revenue
Expected in 2023 normalization of the container market
E-fuel should only be reserved for air and sea transport
It highlights an analysis of Transport & Environment, which considers them not useful to decarbonisation of road transport
Agreement between five international organisations to increase the safe transport of cargo in containers
Memorandum of understanding subscribed by CINS, CHIRP, COA, ICHCA and SMDG
The port of Livorno initiates an agreement with the Uruguayan ANP for the development of traffics, in particular of forest
The port of Livorno initiates an agreement with the Uruguayan ANP for the development of traffics, in particular of forest
In 2022, the labronic climber handled 2.13 million tonnes.
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Rixi reassures on the implementation of the sea rollover of the Fincantieri shipyard of Sestri Ponente
Rixi reassures on the implementation of the sea rollover of the Fincantieri shipyard of Sestri Ponente
MIT will launch the discussion with Italian Railway Network for moving the railway line
Maersk Air Cargo inaugurates an aeromerci service Europe-China
Maersk Air Cargo inaugurates an aeromerci service Europe-China
It is the first air link for the transportation of goods between Denmark and Asia
In 2022, rail transport to and from the port of Livorno grew by 35.8%
Drop of -35.4% in the Piombino stopover
In February, drop in freight traffic in the ports of Algeciras and Barcelona
Algeciras / Barcelona
Decreases of -12.3% and -11.6% respectively
PSA stores 2022 with record financial performance
PSA stores 2022 with record financial performance
Revenue up 71.2%
Seabourn has sold the luxury cruise ship Seabourn Odyssey at MOL
It was built by the yard T. Mariotti
Fine of $950mila at Taiwanese Wan Hai Lines
Transactive agreement with US federal agency FMC
In the third quarter of 2022, the traffic of goods in Greek ports fell by -3.1% percent.
In the third quarter of 2022, the traffic of goods in Greek ports fell by -3.1% percent.
Passenger in growth of 19.2%
Anti-piracy exercise in the Gulf of Guinea
Anti-piracy exercise in the Gulf of Guinea
It involved the ship "Commander Foscari" of the Navy and the mercantile "Great Luanda" of the Grimaldi
A Eurosceptic Federagents looks to South
Opportunities from the industrial, logistical and commercial activism of the MENA area countries
AD Ports initiates a letter of intent for the realization of a multipurpose terminal in the port of Pointe-Noire
AD Ports initiates a letter of intent for the realization of a multipurpose terminal in the port of Pointe-Noire
Abu Dhabi
The agreement has the duration of one year
ONE orders ten more new container ships from 13,700 teu
They will be taken in delivery in 2025 and 2026
Tarlazzi (Uiltransport) : detach contract increases to avoid tensions in the world of work
"The government has a responsibility to avoid the transport of people and goods," he said.
Career Day in Genoa to work in maritime agencies
Initiative of Assagents and the Guidance Sector at Work and placement of the University of Genoa
The ports of Ancona and Igoumenitsa to work to develop the Autostrade of the Sea between the Iberian Peninsula and the Eastern Mediterranean
In February, freight traffic in Russian ports decreased by -3%
St. Petersburg
In February, freight traffic in Russian ports decreased by -3%
In decline exports, imports and loads in transit. Increase in cabotage
GEODIS buys the Transports Devoluy self-transport company
GEODIS buys the Transports Devoluy self-transport company
It has a fleet of about 60 vehicles
In the next few years the navalmechanical group Navantia will hire over 1,500 people
In the next few years the navalmechanical group Navantia will hire over 1,500 people
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez said on Wednesday.
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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ForwardersShip Suppliers
Shipping AgentsTruckers
On April 18 Assiterminal will be confronted with politicians and practitioners on the challenges of portugal
Meeting at the headquarters of the Federation of the Sea in Rome
On April 13 at Ancona a conference on health and safety at work in the port of port
It is organized by Inail Marche in collaboration with the Central Adriatic Sea AdSP
››› Meetings File
Pressure grows on shipping industry to accept carbon levy
(The Guardian)
Leith Docks: 25 injured after research ship Petrel topples over in 'terrifying' 'major incident' in dry dock
(The Scotsman)
››› Press Review File
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Relazione del presidente Daniele Rossi
Napoli, 30 settembre 2020
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