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November 30, 2023

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Exim India web site
NOVEMBER 30, 2023
  • DP World launches 'SARAL' dedicated rail freight service connecting Hazira to Delhi & NCR
  • Gandhidham Chamber extends its support to Gujarat Junction 2023
  • Sop for Charter Procurement of Tugs By Major Ports under Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan
  • IMEC holds immense growth potential: FM
  • AILBIEA seeks exemption of Liquid Bulk from Faceless Assessment Scheme
  • CONCOR modifies wagons to high-capacity
  • Carrier results drop to pre-pandemic levels
  • Global merchandise trade seen recovering after recent fall
  • Stop threatening shipping: G7
  • Coal shipments to advanced economies slump
  • Pulses import surges

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International Transport Journal web site
NOVEMBER 30, 2023
  • How many keels laid down - and by whom?
  • Ro-la to remain in operation for the time being
  • Saving thousands of minutes of delay
  • Using AI for logistics optimisation
  • Air freight not yet recovered, but buoyant
  • Melbourne Port's new face
  • Jens Schmeidler elected COO of HGK Logistics
  • Swissport and Asyad Holding join forces
  • Galliker gets first «Mega Charger»
  • Glencar to build East London hub
  • Gary Cross named 2024 person of the year
  • Final phase for Bremerhaven quay
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • CCS-UK trials e-collection note
  • Special truck to clean track beds
  • Thomas Rothe appointed COO
  • Daikin consolidates presence in France
  • Rotterdam's CER now active
  • A titan passes on the leadership

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The Loadstar web site
NOVEMBER 29, 2023
  • Deep Dive: The battle for control of Germany's container ports
  • More box ships diverting to Suez Canal routes as Panama restrictions tighten
  • Carriers set course for new shores in search of profitable growth
  • M&A and away as Kuehne stays ahead of DSV
  • E-commerce-driven peak season may have 'the legs' to last till CNY
  • Troubled times at Tesla
  • Covid confusion for shippers unveiled in BBBY complaint against MSC
  • X-Press Feeders' methanol-fuelled newbuildings are Europe-bound
  • Time to move 'from words to action' to drive change, say transport unions
  • Not the start of the decline of globalisation - just of China's dominance
  • CILT UK appoints Paul Adams as its new chief executive officer

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Marine Log web site
NOVEMBER 29, 2023
  • Damen unveils an electric SOV that can charge offshore
    Damen Shipyards Group has taken the wraps off its latest vessel offering: a fully electric 70-meter service operations vessel (SOV) with offshore charging capabilities. Offshore charging of the electric SOV paves the
  • ABB to power new Spanish Navy submarine rescue vessel
    The Spanish Navy is to get a new submarine rescue vessel to replace its current 46-year old vessel, the Neptune, originally launched as a tugboat in 1945. The Spanish Navy is currently

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Container News web site
NOVEMBER 29, 2023
  • US shipper seeks US$347 million compensation in MSC case
    DK Butterfly-1 Inc. is looking to recoup costs and reparations for losses during the pandemic of up to US$347 million in a complaint filed with the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) against MSC on 28 November. The shipper, formerly known as Bed Bath and Beyond (BBBY) was forced to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in April this year as a result of MSC allegedly taking unfair advantage of
  • Kuehne+Nagel buys Canada-based customs broker
    Kuehne+Nagel has announced the acquisition of Farrow, a Canada-based customs broker, saying this transaction complements its offering for companies that increasingly rely on customs clearance services and supports the growing demand in an environment of increasingly complex international trade regulations. Headquartered in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, Farrow's service is rooted in a 112-year heritag
  • ClassNK releases guidelines for cyber resilience of on-board systems and equipment
    ClassNK has released "Guidelines for Cyber resilience of on-board systems and equipment". The guidelines expound new IACS Unified Requirements (UR). IACS has established UR E26 for ships and UR E27 for on-board systems and equipment as minimum requirements for cyber resilience, which is the capability to reduce the occurrence and mitigate the effects of cyber incidents due to cyber-attacks. The U
  • Melbourne's Victoria International Container Terminal to complete another expansion phase
    Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT), International Container Terminal Services, Inc.'s (ICTSI) operation at the Port of Melbourne in Australia, is gearing up to meet the challenges of the next year and beyond with the scheduled completion of Phase 3A of its expansion project in December. The AU$235 million (US$155 million) project is being carried out in two phases. Phase 3A will inc
  • MSC introduces Panama Canal surcharge
    MSC has announced it will implement a Panama Canal Surcharge (PCS) of US$297 / container for cargo from Adia to the Caribbean transiting the Panama Canal. The new surcharge will be effective from 15 December. "During the second quarter of 2023, the Panama Canal Authority decided to reduce the draft from 14.94 to 13.41. Despite several measures to conserve water taken over the last months, the lac
  • Hapag-Lloyd adds port call to Atlantic Loop 4
    Hapag-Lloyd has announced an update on the Atlantic Loop 4 (AL4), which will include a direct call in the port of Wilhelmshaven from January 2024. The updated service rotation will be as follows: Le Havre (France) - London Gateway (UK) - Antwerp (Belgium) - Hamburg (Germany) - Wilhelmshaven (Germany) - Veracruz (Mexico) - Altamira (Mexico) - Houston (US) The post appeared first on Container News
  • Port of Rotterdam Authority officially commissions Container Exchange Route
    After a long preliminary phase, the Container Exchange Route (CER) on the Maasvlakte in the port of Rotterdam was officially commissioned on 28 November. The 17-kilometre-long closed road network currently links the container terminals of Rotterdam World Gateway (RWG), the Delta terminal of Hutchison Ports ECT Rotterdam (ECT), the terminals and depots of QTerminals Kramer Rotterdam (KDD, RCT and
  • WinGD debuts VCR technology on NYK Line newbuildings
    Swiss marine power company WinGD will realise the first commercial installments of its new variable compression ratio (VCR) technology on two new dual-fuel LNG-powered vessels being built for NYK Line. A 95,000 DWT bulk carrier being built at Oshima Shipbuilding Co. and a 7,000 CEU pure car and truck carrier (PCTC) being built at Shin Kurushima Dockyard Co. will be the first two-stroke powered ve
  • More container shipping capacity moves to South America and Africa
    Mainline operators are turning their attention to the Far East-Africa and Far East-South America routes as demand wanes on the major East-West trades, according to Alphaliner. During the Covid-19 pandemic, carriers shifted capacity to the big East West trades to take advantage of the sky high freight rates for export cargo from the Far East to North America and Europe. This resulted in a capacity
  • CMA CGM alters FAL 1 and FAL3 services on Asia-North Europe network
    CMA CGM has decided to implement changes on its FAL1 and FAL3 services connecting Asia with North Europe aiming to improve operational efficiency. Effective from the 48th week, the French ocean carrier will suspend FAL 3 service call on Cai Mep port in Vietnam. "We will re-assess the possibility of inserting the call again in 2024 thanks to improved nautical conditions," said CMA CGM in a stateme
  • MG is gearing up: how the worldwide holding changes logistics
    MG is a worldwide corporation uniting several companies under its banner with each and every one being a leader in its expertise. "We create multiple points of contact which enable clients to seamlessly deliver goods all across the world," says MG. First Minsk Terminal ( FMT ) FMT is a modern facility which gates-in more than 50 containers every day. "Comfort for clients is our priority," noted F

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Splash web site
NOVEMBER 29, 2023
  • Plans revealed for zero-emission ammonia bunker vessels
    Norwegian ammonia bunkering startup Azane Fuel Solutions has developed its own zero-emissions bunker vessel design. The joint venture between ECONNECT Energy and Amon Maritime has partnered with US-based startup Amogy to explore the technical and commercial feasibility of using its ammonia-to-power system on board the vessel. The collaboration will also look into using an Azane ...
  • CMB and Boeckmans team up for hydrogen-powered newbuilds
    Belgium's Compagnie Maritime Belge, via its cleantech division, CMB.Tech has teamed up with compatriot shipping company Boeckmans to build four hydrogen-powered general cargo vessels. The 5,000 dwt ships will be built at the Dung Quat shipyard in Vietnam with the first delivery expected in the second half of 2025. The ships, designed jointly with Handelskade, ...
  • MMHE seals landmark offshore wind contract
    Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering (MMHE) has secured a contract for its first offshore wind project. As a subcontractor to Petrofac, a subsidiary of Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering Holdings Berhad (MHB), will work on an offshore substation for TenneT's Ijmuiden ver Alpha project in the Netherlands. With 40 gigawatts, the Dutch-German transmission system operator ...
  • MSC readies megamax for carbon capture treatment
    Mediterranean Shipping Co (MSC), the world's largest containerline, has earmarked a big ship to be installed with a Chinese-fabricated carbon capture and utilisation system (CCUS). Alphaliner has tipped the 23,756 teu MSC Mia as the ship likely for the installation when it goes in for drydocking in a year's time. The technology is being provided ...
  • Jinhui sells another veteran supramax
    Oslo- and Hong Kong-listed Jinhui Shipping and Transportation has sold another one of its ageing supramax bulkers. The Chinese bulker owner and operator is offloading the 52,500 dwt to Hong Kong-incorporated King Lucky Ocean for around $9.6m. The 2006 Tsuneishi Cebu-built vessel, which Jinhui purchased for $9.3m from Greek owner Unisea Shipping as Makiki in ...
  • Diana Shipping fixes out cape to K Line
    Greek bulker owner Diana Shipping has entered into a time charter contract with Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line) for one of its capesize vessels. K Line hired the 2015-built, 180,960 dwt bulker on a gross charter rate of $20,000 per day, minus a 5% commission paid to third parties, for a period until a minimum ...
  • IKEA owner buys stake in two OX2's Swedish offshore wind projects
    Stockholm-based renewable energy developer OX2 has sold a stake in two Swedish offshore wind projects to IKEA owner Ingka Investments. The transaction includes a 49% stake in the Pleione project located east of Gotland and the Neptunus project located southeast of Blekinge which amounted to 2.4 GW in OX2's development portfolio in the third quarter ...
  • 2020 Bulkers switches newcastlemaxes to fixed deals
    Newcastlemax owner 2020 Bulkers has switched four of its ships from index-linked charter into a fixed-rate hire. The Oslo-listed owner has fixed the 2019-built Bulk Sandefjord and 2020-built Bulk Shenzhen, Bulk Sydney and Bulk Santos from December to end-March 2024, including scrubber benefits. Specifically, three ships have been fixed for December 2023 and March 2024 ...
  • Maersk joins Red Sea exodus
    Ships with links to Israel are diverting in greater numbers from the Red and Arabian Seas following a series of attacks over the past 11 days by Houthis, Iranians and Somalis. Danish liner giant Maersk became the latest big name to announce that a pair of its ships on charter - Lisa and Maersk Pagani ...
  • COP28's debatable influence on shipping stirs controversy
    Dubai airport has rolled out the red carpet today for a host of dignitaries flying in for COP28, the annual United Nations Climate Change Conference. The shipping industry will be watching on to see what concrete comes out of the 12 days of talks. The sector has had a growing presence in recent COP meetings, ...
  • $316m case filed against MSC in the US
    In the largest suit filed in the history of the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC), Mediterranean Shipping Co (MSC), the world's largest container line, is potentially on the hook for $316m. DK Butterfly 1, the bankruptcy estate of Bed Bath & Beyond, has filed an extraordinary case with the Washington DC-based regulator against MSC, seeking $158m ...
  • Saipem lands two offshore contracts worth $1.9bn
    Italian offshore engineering and construction giant Saipem has won contracts in Guyana and Brazil worth a total of around $1.9bn. The first contract has been awarded by ExxonMobil's subsidiary in Guyana for the proposed Whiptail oilfield development located in the Stabroek block. Saipem's scope of work includes the design, fabrication and installation of subsea structures, ...
  • Korean yards advance overseas production plans: Splash Extra
    The November edition of Splash Extra launches today with a look at maxed out Korean yards eyeing overseas expansion for the first time since the global financial crisis. South Korea's top three yards are tipped to be working beyond their design capacity next year, having also struggled to keep up with production schedules in 2023. ...
  • Conoship showcases another future-proof vessel design
    Conoship International has revealed a new design for a "future-proof" general cargo vessel. Following in the footsteps of its CIP3600 and CIP3800 models, Conoship said the new ship, dubbed CIP6300, has been designed to ensure the lowest possible fuel consumption. The 99.99-m-long unit features diesel-electric propulsion, an enlarged propeller, optimised hull lines, and is ready ...
  • Shipping's diversity stats analysed
    Results of a survey carried out by the Diversity Study Group (DSG), featuring responses from more than 2,500 people spanning 99 nationalities, show the changing demographics of the shipping workforce ashore. The DSG's annual review of shore-based staff shows the overall gender split was 52.2% male and 45% female. This is a clear move towards ...
  • Crown Estate Scotland pens exclusivity agreements for seven offshore wind projects
    Crown Estate Scotland has put in place exclusivity agreements for seven offshore wind projects as part of the Innovation and Targeted Oil & Gas (INTOG) leasing round. The seven projects joined five projects which secured exclusivity agreements earlier this year, taking the total number of INTOG projects to 12 from a total of thirteen agreements ...
  • Tool developed to help shipping stakeholders identify best ports for sustainable first mover initiatives
    Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) and Lloyd's Register (LR) Maritime Decarbonisation Hub, in collaboration with Arup, have introduced the Sustainable First Movers Initiative Identification Tool, a system to help shipping stakeholders align investment decisions that support the maritime energy transition away from fossil fuels. The tool scores a port's potential to produce and bunker electrofuels w
  • Korean yards ready overseas expansion
    With Korean yards struggling to stick to production schedules this year and projected to be working beyond their design capacity in 2024, the biggest names in the sector are readying to pull the trigger on overseas expansion plans not seen since the previous yard boom 15 years ago. The nation's dominant top three yards, HD ...
  • Covering turbulent times
    As editorial director of this parish I am always exhorting our reporters about the importance of follow-up stories. Hot button issues in shipping can be a rich seam for us to get through slower news cycles. What's noticeable now though is that the big stories of the day are pouring in at levels that are ...
  • November 2023 Review
    The Saverys family-controlled Compagnie Maritime Belge (CMB) officially took control of Euronav last week with John Fredriksen selling his stake in the tanker giant in return for 24 Euronav VLCCs. Alexander Saverys took over from Lieve Logghe as CEO at the Belgian tanker giant. Further transit cuts were announced at the parched Panama Canal, whereby ...
  • A tale of two tanker hemispheres
    Oil prices drifted in November. The WTI January contract started the month at around $85 per barrel but was closer to $75 by the end of the month. Brent slid through November from around $87 to $81 by Thanksgiving. Mexican crude fell from around $78 to $73 over the same dates. The OPEC basket started ...
  • Capesize rollercoaster
    The Chinese government, spurred by October's deflationary price indices, has acted more decisively on property and construction markets in November, ordering state-owned banks to ease lending conditions for property developers and mortgage borrowers. This month, the central bank put more liquidity into the key medium term lending facility, the key mortgage funding product, than in ...
  • Containers face headwinds from multiple directions
    As the US economy continues to defy the doomsayers, teu throughput at US ports finally broke above the 2022 level for October, rising 4.7% month-on-month and 11.4% year-on-year to 2.31m teu. In truth this is really because US containerised imports peaked in September 2022 and then fell from about 2.51m to 2.16m teu in a ...
  • Analyst Abstract
    Tankers MRs being fixed at $166,000 a day is something beyond the wildest dreams of even the most bullish tanker owner - and yet it has come to pass with Scorpio Tankers reporting the five-year-old, 49,900 dwt STI Esles II has been fixed this past weekend from the US Gulf to the west coast of ...
  • S&P brokers ready to clock off for the year
    It's rare that Splash Extra has to reach for a dictionary following a conversation with a shipbroker. Extremely rare. Nevertheless we learned a new word this week for the act of stretching oneself and yawning, especially upon waking. "The S&P market is pandiculating," said one broker, with Splash Extra feigning like we knew what he ...
  • Competing visions for the future of shipmanagement
    How the shipmanagement sector is changing, and offering solutions to shipping's complex future formed an hour of debate at last month's exclusive Maritime CEO Forum gathering held at the Monaco Yacht Club. On stage were five CEOs who between them look after more than 2,000 ships - each executive with diverse views on how they ...

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Lloyd's List web site
NOVEMBER 29, 2023
  • Iran oil seizures near $300m as US sells latest cargo
    The 980,000 barrels of Iranian crude oil seized by US authorities off the Suez Rajan have been sold to an...
  • Fresh US sanctions target Iran's oil revenues for first time in months
    The US has slapped sanctions designated to cripple Iran's oil revenues for first time since March, targeting networks selling commodities...
  • ICS expresses 'serious concern' at Red Sea attacks
    Gard issues loss prevention advice for vessels transiting region
  • Carriers have opportunities to ease supply imbalance
    Deliveries are being pushed back but new orders are already coming in. Slow steaming and higher scrapping levels will be...
  • EU navies monitoring dhow hijacked off Somalia
    EU Navfor said it tracked a dhow hijacked last week out of concerns it could be used to stage attacks...
  • Braemar aiming to triple full-year profit after resumption of listing
    Shipbroker pledges new business model built on tight regulatory compliance, as firm bounces back from share suspension caused by investigation...
  • Euronav plans 'more equal balance' of shareholder cash and energy transition
    Belgian tanker giant says it will diversify, decarbonise and optimise its fleet, after its $2.4bn deal to end the battle...
  • Port of Antwerp-Bruges to be alternative fuel-ready in 2025
    Antwerp-Bruges port authority aims to bunker its first ammonia in 2024 after completing risk assessments as terminals prepare for future...
  • Carriers cascade capacity to north-south trades
    Asia-North America trades have seen capacity reduced in an effort to prop up rates. But the influx of ultra-large containerships...
  • Top 10 class societies 2023
    The world's leading classification societies are fundamental to the decarbonisation and digitalisation of shipping. The year 2023 has seen a flow...
  • Fujian Shipping orders two ultramaxes at Nantiong Xiangyu Shipbuilding
    New eco-designed vessels to help enhance the mid-sized owner's fleet efficiency and reduce emissions
  • Daily Briefing
    Maersk diverts Israel-linked vessels from high-risk area | Underwriters fear aggregation loss on Israeli ships | Saverys: Blue ammonia could...
  • Shipping lines to absorb carbon costs but speeds will drop: HSBC
    Capability to offer carbon-neutral shipping solutions at scale will become a new source of competitiveness for carriers, says a research...

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The Journal of Commerce web site
NOVEMBER 29, 2023
  • Roadrunner to enter Canada as K+N, Canada Cartage make cross-border acquisitions
    The expansion of the three companies, all representing different modes across the US-Canadian border, underscores the depth of the relationship between the two economies.
  • USDA invests $200 million to boost agricultural sector's export efforts
    The fresh funding is part of recent federal efforts to increase economic opportunities for farmers and reduce food costs for US residents.
  • UP boosts intermodal service with new Houston connections, Phoenix ramp
    The Class I railroad sees an opportunity to tap growth at the Gulf Coast's busiest port with new intermodal lanes, while expanding its inland reach from Los Angeles and Long Beach.
  • New CMA CGM service adds to intra-Asia capacity boost for Indian shippers
    The move complements a flurry of Asia-India service additions by niche regional carriers and newer feeder operators in recent months.

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TradeWinds web site
NOVEMBER 29, 2023
  • Shipbroking titan Michael Tusiani wins CMA commodore hat
    Connecticut Maritime Organization takes rare move of granting annual award to a non-shipowner
  • Millions of dollars in proceeds as US sells Iranian crude cargo seized from Suez Rajan
    After costs, US government secures net proceeds of $74.7m
  • NAT pays fatter-than-expected dividend as suezmax bookings point to strong end to year
    Fourth-quarter bookings are higher than expected as analyst questions high costs
  • ICS calls for the protection of 'innocent seafarers' after Red Sea attacks
    Shipowners' association wants influential states to help end paramilitary targeting of ships
  • GasLog takes out $108m of redeemable shares after massive $2.8bn refinancing
    Greek LNG carrier buys back most of a 2015 issue costing 8.75% in interest
  • 'Numerous' reports of suspicious activity in Gulf of Aden after Houthi hijack and pirate boarding, says UKMTO
    Warning comes after suspected pirate attack on tanker
  • Braemar's Tris Simmonds following profit formula for future acquisitions
    Deals will be driven by how quickly the bottom line can be boosted
  • V Group enters carbon trading sector in strategic tie-up
    Partnership designed to help shipowners meet compliance with EU ETS
  • Three charged in Hamburg over container ship demolition sale
    Case dates back to 2017 demolition in Alang, India
  • Gunvor Ulstein back as Ulstein Group CEO after Cathrine Marti quits
    Executive from Norwegian shipbuilder's owning family returns to hot seat three years after stepping aside
  • Castor takes less for panamax bulker after March sale fell through
    Second time lucky for Cypriot owner, but profit will be less
  • Container lines brace for 30% drop in Panama Canal transits
    Transit restrictions have finally started to affect the sector
  • One for the history books: Capesize spot rates make biggest daily leap since 2010
    Panellists made the biggest daily increase to their weighted average assessment of capesize spot rates since 2010
  • Braemar back on growth hunt after 'huge distraction' of deal probe, says James Gundy
    Broker's boss says legacy transaction investigation is now behind the company
  • Future fuels: The key to alternative fuels? Affordable, renewable electricity
    Hydrogen is tipped to be a feedstock for the fuels of the future, but not without plenty of electricity
  • CMB teams with Boeckmans to order four hydrogen-powered cargo ships
    Saverys family powering ahead with clean shipping revolution through Vietnamese deal
  • Bimco predicts two years of solid profits for tankers
    Low orderbook and long-haul voyages underpin prospects despite concerns over further production cuts
  • LNG Panama Canal transits slashed to just four or five per month, says Angelicoussis Group's Sveinung Stohle
    Angelicoussis Group deputy CEO names steam turbine ships as 'black swan' of LNG shipping
  • Swedish handysize bulker refloated in Detroit River, Coast Guard confirms
    Vessel will be inspected by class to see if it is fit to continue voyage to Italy
  • German Tanker Shipping inks handysize product tankers worth $360m at China
    This is the first time the company has ordered from the Far East
  • Greece set to quadruple gas export capacity by 2025
    Incoming FSRU will double country's import capability from early 2024
  • Russia's lucrative India tanker trades imperilled by currency conundrum
    Traders say problems have arisen with payment for crude cargoes in rupees
  • Greece's Benelux Overseas orders gas carriers as it embarks on fleet upgrade
    Deal lands China's Huangpu Wenchong its first export LPG newbuilding contract
  • Euronav resumes dividend but warns energy transition spending will take equal priority
    Payout to shareholders had been delayed while the Saverys family and John Fredriksen split the company's fleet
  • 'Russia needs skills and shipyards to cope with newbuilding demand', Putin told
    United Shipbuilding Corp chairman Andrey Kostin highlights capacity shortfall as country looks to boost its merchant fleet
  • Bigger Braemar stays on course to double profit by 2025 despite six-month dip
    UK broker says acquisitions from 2022 have more than offset a fall in freight rates in some sectors
  • SeaTech Solutions joins partnership to design and build India's first electric harbour tug
    Fresh from launching Singapore's first electric cargo vessel, green marine tech company sets sights on Indian ports
  • Swedish handysize bulker refloated in Detroit River, confirms USCG
    Coast Guard says vessel will be inspected by class to see if it is fit to continue voyage to Italy
  • In pictures: Womar reels in the chemical tanker crowd in Singapore
    Some 350 guests turned out for the pool operators' annual event
  • Singapore floats two design options to bidders for planned FSRU
    Tender emerges for floating regasification unit to boost island republic's LNG import arsenal
  • Covid-era neglect 'triggers spike in ship mechanical failures'
    Head of Australia's maritime safety authority says he has not seen such a level of problems for three decades
  • What about the Galaxy Leader crew? They are hostages too
    'Essential worker' status sought for crews amid Covid is more important than ever as Black Swan-like events dog shipping
  • Fifty deficiencies found on car carrier detained by UK port state control
    Reasons for detentions largely related to fire issues

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American Shipper web site
NOVEMBER 29, 2023
  • No reservation at Panama Canal? Prepare for a long wait
    As the Panama Canal scales back on reservation slots, more ships without reservations wait longer to get through.

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Funds for one billion from the EU for alternative fuel infrastructure projects
Resources for proposals related to air, sea, river and road transport
Grimaldi boosts the capacity of the ro-pax service between the ports of Brindisi and Igoumenitsa
Entry of "Europlaink", ship which can carry 930 passengers and 3,900 linear metres of rolling stock
CMA CGM announces the restoration of transits of its ships in the South Red Sea
CMA CGM completes acquisition of Bolloré Logistics
Transaction of the value of 4.85 billion
Jumbo Shipping and SAL Heavy Lift extend their collaboration to American Intermarine
Houston / Swondering / Hamburg
The joint venture JSI Alliance will have a fleet of 50 vessels
The German frigate Hessen downed two drones in the Red Sea
The ship is employed as part of the Aspides mission
Drop in annual freight traffic in the ports of La Spezia and Carrara
The Spezia
Agreement to promote digital integration between the Port Community System of the two scans and technology systems of FS Logistics companies
Port of Ancona, awarded the integrated procurement for the electrification of quays
Executive design and work for 4.3 million euros
In 2023 the cruise group Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings posted record revenues.
In 2023 the cruise group Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings posted record revenues.
Over 2.7 million (+ 63.3%) passengers housed on board ships
In 2023 the traffic of goods in the port of Hamburg decreased by -4.7%
In 2023 the traffic of goods in the port of Hamburg decreased by -4.7%
In the only fourth quarter of the year, the decline was -1% percent.
Partners of OCEAN Alliance renew their agreement by extending it to March 31, 2032
Partners of OCEAN Alliance renew their agreement by extending it to March 31, 2032
Hong Kong / Marseille / Taipei
They operate a fleet of container carriers of the capacity of 8.4 million teu
The AdSP of the Adriatic Northern Centre will carry out the dam for regasification off Ravenna
It will be about 900 meters long
Ok of the Higher Council of Public Works to the Technical Adaptation of the PRP in Augusta
Di Sarcina : the operation will allow for a markedly better management of the port's operational areas.
The Venice AdSP confirms that the granting of VTP will expire on May 31, 2026
The Port Authority rejects the latest proposal for a Financial Economic Plan presented by the company as it "is not admissible or driver to the rebalancing of the concession"
Ban on electrification of the first batch of the Levant quay of the Port of Gioia Tauro
Joy Tauro
The bidding amount is more than 14.5 million euros.
CMA CGM is back in loss after 15 consecutive quarters of earnings
CMA CGM is back in loss after 15 consecutive quarters of earnings
In the fourth quarter of last year, revenues fell by -37.4%
Promulgated in the USA the new law on the invoicing of counterstallia costs
Most of the provisions will enter into force on May 26
Brussels investigation of the aid for the territorial continuity granted to Corsica Line and La Méridionale
First green light of the European Parliament to the reform of the EU Customs Code
Appreciation of ECSA, ECASBA, ESC, ESPO, FEPORT and WSC, reminding the issues still to be addressed
The Marine & Offshore division of Bureau Veritas stores 2023 with record performance
In the business segment, revenues amounted to 455.7 million euros (+ 8.9%)
The port of Palermo has reached a new historical record of annual freight traffic
The port of Palermo has reached a new historical record of annual freight traffic
Volumes of boatloads are also growing at Termini Imerese and Trapani. Drop in Porto Empedocle
The flattening of import-export growth of G20 nations in the latter part of 2023
Trade in services in mild increase
Biden signs a decree to increase the cyber security of ships, ports and coastal facilities in the US
Biden signs a decree to increase the cyber security of ships, ports and coastal facilities in the US
Funds worth more than 20 billion will be used to replace the cranes produced in China. Expected recovery, after 30 years, of crane production in the United States
Customs freight forwarders are questioning the risks and opportunities introduced by the EU Regulation on the import of goods produced with high greenhouse gas emissions
Armella : possible to run in administrative sanctions that have a significant economic entity
Acquisition of Yusen Logistics in logistics at the service of the UK e-commerce market
Buy the holding company Neol Topco
Provisional Agreement of the Parliament and of the EU Council to amend the directives on the requirements of the flag State and on the activities of PSC
ALIS initiates an agreement with Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena
Rome / Siena
The aim is to meet the financial and advisory needs of associated companies
Italian logistics group Codognotto opens a venue in Dubai
It will become the company's central hub for the Middle East
In the second half of 2023, the traffic of goods in Tuscan ports decreased by -1.2%
In Livorno the loads were down by -6.7% percent. Increases of 32.6% in Piombino and 4.5% at Elba Island
French Walden Group realizes two acquisitions in Italy
The pharmaceuticals logistics company has bought XCM Healthcare and UnitEX
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In the second quarter of 2023, freight traffic in EU ports fell by -5.9%
In growth only the rotables. The landings decreased overall by -6.2% percent and embarks on -5.4% percent.
Signed the concession contract for the settlement of Baker Hughes in Corigliano Calabro
Joy Tauro
The American company is exhibits in Italy with eight sites specializing in the production of turbomacines for the industry and energy market.
In 2023 the net profit of MPC Container Ships dropped by -25.3%
In the fourth quarter, revenues fell by -5.7% percent.
Dubbed the fifth full container ship of the Messina Genovese fleet
Built in 2010, the "Jolly Clivia" has a capacity of 4,400 teu
In 2023 the revenues of Regional Container Lines decreased by -49.0%
Stable volumes of goods transported by the fleet of container carriers
SILT (Finsea Group) has inaugurated operating venues to Go Ligure and Trieste
The transport company owns a fleet of more than 50 means of ownership
Beijing : of all unfounded accusations that Chinese cranes pose risks to security
Beijing / Washington
AAPA applauds Washington's decision to develop the national production capacity of port equipment
Notice to collect expressions of interest for the areas of the pole of nautical shipbuilding in Cagliari
The title will not be able to exceed 40 years.
European Commission authorizes CMA CGM to acquire Bolloré Logistics
Sets up the sale of all the assets of the logistics company in Guadeloupe, Martinique, Saint-Martin and French Guiana
Sharp decline in intermodal transport handled by Kombiverkehr
Sharp decline in intermodal transport handled by Kombiverkehr
Frankfurt am Main
The German firm is concerned that the current difficult market situation will persist for a long time. Concern also for the outcome of European policies for combined transport
Today in Rome, the 30-year-old celebratory convention of the law 84/94
Established the Port Authorities and the General Command of the Capitaneries of Puerto-Guard Coastal
Comparison between the Suez Canal Authority and the heads of the Genovese company Messina
Rabie : appreciation for the growing number of Italian carrier ships passing through the canal
In 2023 the traffic in goods in the ports of Montenegro dropped by -17.7%
In mild growth (+ 1.2%) the loads to and from Italy
Italian Ports:
Ancona Genoa Ravenna
Augusta Gioia Tauro Salerno
Bari La Spezia Savona
Brindisi Leghorn Taranto
Cagliari Naples Trapani
Carrara Palermo Trieste
Civitavecchia Piombino Venice
Italian Interports: list World Ports: map
ShipownersShipbuilding and Shiprepairing Yards
ForwardersShip Suppliers
Shipping AgentsTruckers
On 26 and March 27 in Milan, the 8th edition of "Shipping, Forwarding & Logistics meet Industry" will be held in Milan.
Theme of the event "The future possible of productive and logistical Italy"
On Friday, a conference on the relaunch of the Tuscan Simplified Logistics Zone was held in Livorno.
It is organized by the Port Authority of the Tyrrhenian Sea North
››› Meetings File
Le transport maritime national navigue à vue
(Aujourd'hui Le Maroc)
“Israel is facing silent sanctions”
(Globes - Israel's Business Arena)
››› Press Review File
FORUM of Shipping
and Logistics
Relazione del presidente Mario Mattioli
Roma, 27 ottobre 2023
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The interports, with the privatization of managers and areas, at the center of the House discussion
Frijia (Fdi) : With this law we surpass a discipline that goes back more than 30 years. Ghio (Pd) : new sales of our heritage and fundamental structures for the country
On Friday, a conference on the relaunch of the Tuscan Simplified Logistics Zone was held in Livorno.
It is organized by the Port Authority of the Tyrrhenian Sea North
On 26 and March 27 in Milan, the 8th edition of "Shipping, Forwarding & Logistics meet Industry" will be held in Milan.
Intermodal traffic at the Interport in Bologna in 2023
Transitioned 1.7 million trucks (-10.6%) and 3,391 trains (-33.2%)
In 2023 the value of Russian exports of non-energy goods decreased by -23%
Overall, exports were down -28.3% percent, while imports grew by 11.7% percent.
Port of Gioia Tauro, altering controls to favour ' Ndrangheta in drug traffics
Reggio Calabria
GNV strengthens the functionalities of its own fleet assistance center
Implemented the Mass Notification Suite solution of Everbridge
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