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January 31, 2023

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Exim India web site
JANUARY 31, 2023
  • Hindustan Infralog offers highest ever PPP project bid for mega container terminal at Tuna-Tekra
  • AMTOI Cricket Tournament 2023 Draw held; match-ups in place for an exciting contest
  • Isa Logistics gets dual recognition at 'Stars of the Industry Awards'
  • Reefer trade going cold
  • APM Terminals Mumbai efficiently facilitates export of first consignment of aviation fuel AVGAS 100 LL from India
  • AILBIEA awarded on International Customs Day for significant contribution
  • MOL & Mitsui acquire AiP for large ammonia-powered bulk carrier
  • AD Ports Group inks strategic partnership agreement with Kazakhstan
  • APM Terminals Moín welcomes 4,000th vessel with increased efficiency
  • Call for removing curbs on rice exports, withdrawing 20 pc duty
  • Moldova exports 100 tonnes of apples to India
  • Pact inked with Russia to import 800,000 mt potash
  • India a bright spot, says UN economist

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International Transport Journal web site
JANUARY 31, 2023
  • Spanish carrier receives first two Euro 6000
  • Jon Turner to lead Air Canada Cargo
  • Leutenegger to power Quantron Switzerland
  • Taiwanese liners affected by the trend
  • British player snaps up unaccompanied transport
  • For greener supply chain in Thailand
  • Big role for air cargo in the movies
  • ID Logistics ends 2022 on a high
  • Hypertrucks for North American network
  • ERS Railways picks Mathias Leiner
  • CAD 46.9 million investment at Hamilton Airport
  • Cargo with wind under its wings
  • Be aware in Rotterdam
  • Austrian carrier's CDP ranking upgraded
  • Duisport expands packaging business
  • Recht Logistik: a new generation at the helm
  • Ameriflight orders 20 Natilus cargo aircraft
  • "Curiosity of the Day"

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The Loadstar web site
JANUARY 30, 2023
  • Maersk 'takes a risk' binning historic and well-liked brands
  • DHL leads freighter exodus from MEX as government ban looms
  • OceanX: 2M divorce, Freightos SPAC and Mærsk brand culling
  • Forwarders to beat carriers? What ocean and air freight normality looks like
  • CMA CGM launches €200m fund to boost French maritime decarbonisation
  • Niche charters the key to post-pandemic growth for Magma Aviation
  • Cash-rich Samudera splashes out on new box ships to renew fleet
  • A sign of the times as record Knight-Swift remains 'very active in M&A'

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Marine Log web site
JANUARY 30, 2023
  • Big response to third NYSERDA offshore wind power solicitation
    International energy majors and regional players have lost none of their appetite to supply New York State with offshore wind generated renewable energy. The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority
  • Bassoe D-Floater gains ABS AiP
    A new breed of floating offshore wind turbine foundations, designed to handle the largest wind turbines in the world, has received ABS approval in principle (AIP). The Bassoe D-Floater technology is capable
  • Netherlands inland operator orders two vessels designed to deal with low water levels
    It's not only U.S. inland waterways operators who face what is likely a growing problem with low water levels. European inland operator waterways also have the same challenge. In response, Roomsdonksveer, Netherlands,

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Container News web site
JANUARY 30, 2023
  • PIL selects Lloyd's Register to boost fleet energy efficiency
    Singapore-based shipping company Pacific International Lines (PIL) has engaged Lloyd's Register fleet optimisation experts, i4 Insight, to help the company reduce emissions and maximise fleet performance with a four-year fleet-wide agreement. The i4 Insight platform powers PIL's recently opened Centre for Maritime Efficiency (CME), which uses shoreside routing services as the technological backbo
  • EUROGATE Technical Services GMBH orders Agilon automated warehouse solution from Konecranes
    EUROGATE Technical Services GmbH has bought Konecranes' Agilon warehousing system to provide 24-hour, simple, and secure access to commodities in an energy-efficient and completely trackable manner. The solution is used for vehicle repair operations at EUROGATE's Bremerhaven harbour terminal in Germany. The order was booked in the third quarter of 2022. The Agilon automated material handling syst
  • Port of Rotterdam sees slight drop in accidents
    The Port of Rotterdam Authority reported a slight decrease in accidents in 2022. In particular, 137 accidents occurred in the Dutch port, compared to 141 in 2021. At the same time, there was a small increase in sea-going vessels that arrived at the port in 2022 with 29,029 ships reaching Rotterdam compared to 28,876 in the previous year. Additionally, there were fewer inland vessels in 2022 - 97,
  • PSA's BDP International announces new financial officers
    BDP International, a part of the PSA Group, a supplier of supply chain, transportation, and logistics solutions, has appointed Vincent Ng as chief financial officer (CFO) and Eileen Graber as deputy CFO. Ng will work in Antwerp, Belgium, and Graber in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US. Ng will oversee all financial operations within BDP's global network of wholly-owned subsidiaries, joint ventures,
  • Port of Valencia surpasses 5 million TEUs in 2022
    Port Authority of Valencia (PAV) has reported 5,052,272 TEUs in 2022, a decline of 9.85% compared with box volumes in the previous year. At the same time, 79,365,321 tonnes of goods were transported via the Spanish port, translating to a 6.92% drop year-on-year. Transit containers decreased by 16.91% in the port of Valencia in 2022 falling to 2,059,665 units, while the number of empty boxes decli
  • Thames masterplan to explore long term river opportunities
    The Port of London Authority (PLA) has launched a major masterplanning exercise to realise the growth opportunities along the Thames, and help integrate the river into the economy and lives of communities, as it starts implementing Thames Vision 2050, a river development framework that was unveiled in London's City Hall last summer. The tidal river is already home to the United Kingdom's busiest
  • CMA CGM's CGX service reaches Caucasus and Central Asia via Georgia
    CMA CGM Group announced the direct connection of the service SSL MED Caucasus Georgia Express (CGX) with the company's rail transport solutions from/to Caucasus and Central Asia destinations. According to the French carrier, the rail product permits customers to benefit from greener solutions, while it offers the following transit times: Ramp transit time via Poti to/from Caucasus destinations: A
  • Boxhsips crunched in Bangkok fairway
    Two container vessels Wan Hai 272 and Santa Loukia collided in the Bangkok approach fairway at around 08:35 local time on 28 January, near buoy 9, according to Maritime Bulletin's report. The 1,805 TEU boxship Wan Hai 272 sustained portside damages in the fore cargo deck area and remained at the collision area, probably grounded, or entangled with buoy. Maritime Bulletin reported that as of 11:30
  • Top 10: The largest container lines in terms of chartered carrying capacity
    Container shipping companies were on newbuild ordering spree during 2022 with the majority of them ordering new boxships driven by all-time record freight rates. However, the share of chartered vessels remains - in some cases extremely - high in most of the ocean carriers. Container News presents the following list that includes the top 10 container shipping companies in terms of the TEU capacity
  • CMA CGM opens call for projects over US$200 million to accelerate decarbonisation of French shipping industry
    CMA CGM Group announced a call, targeted at startups and businesses working on concrete solutions, for projects of approximately €200 million (US$218 million) to step up the pace of decarbonisation of the French shipping industry. The decision was announced at the Assises de l'Économie de la Mer, which is a French maritime economy conference, by Rodolphe Saadé, chairman and CEO of the CMA CGM Gro
  • Jeddah port enhances container capabilities with new cranes
    The Red Sea Gateway Terminal (RSGT), operating between the Arabian Peninsula and Africa - which is a key partner of Jeddah Islamic Port and operator of the North Container Terminal, has purchased three ship-to-shore (STS) cranes to boost operational efficiency at terminal. This expansion comes under the Saudi Ports Authority (Mawani) and its broader goals are to develop the country's marine indus
  • Port of Oakland sells electricity to airport, seaport tenants
    Port of Oakland agreed to purchase approximately 11,000-megawatt hours of electricity annually from a newly expanded solar array at Antelope Valley Solar Ranch in Lancaster, California. With this new solar project which will now deliver renewable energy to the Californian cargo hub, the Port of Oakland will own and operate its own utility which will sell electricity to tenants, including those at
  • Where container shipping is flourishing?
    Liner shipping connectivity is key to the handling of container volumes and maintains a major chunk of the pie in global trade. The liner connectivity index affixes a rating point for each nation. The higher the points, the better the rating. It is no surprise that the World Bank-powered index finds China, South Korea, Singapore and the United States in the top four positions. China handles garga
  • CN analysis: Freight rates on Indian trades continue to cool amid falling export volumes
    Container freight rates on trades out of India have continued to cool, albeit at a slower pace on shipments to Europe, according to the latest market analysis by Container News . On the westbound India-Europe trade, average contract rates from West India [Jawaharlal Nehru Port (JNPT)/Nhava Sheva or Mundra Port] to Felixstowe/London Gateway in the United Kingdom or Rotterdam in the Netherlands hav
  • Easiest countries to immigrate to from US
    Introduction Moving to another country from the United Nations can be a life-changing decision. It can open up a world of possibilities, from experiencing a different culture to learning a new language to a greater appreciation for the world around you. It can also be a daunting and overwhelming prospect, filled with many unknowns and uncertainties. But with the right attitude, a willingness to l

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Splash web site
JANUARY 30, 2023
  • Diana Shipping fixes newly delivered ultramax to Engelhart
    New York-listed Diana Shipping has chartered out its ultramax bulker to Engelhart CTP Freight, hot on the heels of the vessel's delivery from Sea Trade Holdings. The Greek owner has fixed the 2016-built ship, formerly known as STH Kure, through to between January 10, 2024, and March 25, 2024 at $14,200 per day. The charter ...
  • Fredly and Blystad sell down in Hunter
    Norwegian investors Arne Fredly and Arne Blystad have both offloaded a chunk of Oslo-listed investment firm Hunter Group. Fredly's AF Capital sold around 22.3m shares for NOK1.76m ($177,717) and now owns 168.5m shares in the company corresponding to a 29,29% stake. Meanwhile, Blystad's Songa Capital has disposed of some 28,7m shares for an undisclosed amount ...
  • Subsea 7 and Siemens Energy link up for floating wind subsea hubs
    Subsea engineering and offshore construction specialist Subsea 7 and German energy equipment supplier Siemens Energy have joined forces to develop a subsea high voltage plug and power hub dedicated to the emerging floating offshore wind sector. The technology is expected to enable the connection of multiple wind turbines into one subsea hub, allowing for more ...
  • Amer Shipping contracts bulker newbuilds at Concordia Damen
    Dutch inland shipping company Amer Shipping has contracted compatriot yard Concordia Damen for a pair of bulk carrier newbuilds. The 110-m-long in-house-developed newbuilds named CDS Dry Cargo 110 have been designed to transport a lot of tonnage at a low draft and with a relatively small footprint, due to their optimised hull shape for low ...
  • CMA CGM earmarks $218m for decarbonisation of French shipping sector
    French liner CMA CGM has initiated a call for projects targeted at startups and businesses working on solutions to step up the pace of decarbonisation within all areas of the French shipping sector. The Marseille-based company is offering €200m ($218.2m) out of its $1.5bn energy transition fund to all companies operating in the maritime industry ...
  • Restis family in for DH Shipbuilding suezmaxes
    Greece's Golden Energy Management has booked up to two suezmax tankers at the South Korean yard DH Shipbuilding. Multiple brokers reported that the Restis family tanker vehicle is paying in the range of $77m for the first firm 158,000 dwt unit set to deliver in the fourth quarter of 2024. Golden Energy's last suezmax order ...
  • Purus Marine's HST orders CTV quartet at Strategic Marine
    Offshore services provider HST Marine, part of Purus Wind, the offshore wind business of Julian Proctor-led Purus Marine has contracted Singapore-based shipbuilder Strategic Marine for the supply of four new battery hybrid crew transfer vessels (CTVs). The inaugural order for parallel hybrid StratCat 27 CTVs will see the four vessels deliver in the first and ...
  • Shell revamps business units
    UK supermajor Shell is to combine its business divisions as part of new CEO Wael Sawan's move to "simplify the organisation further and improve performance". The changes, which are expected to take effect on July 1, will see Shell's integrated gas and upstream businesses combined to form a new division led by current upstream director ...
  • Euronav files for arbitration over Frontline's decision to walk away from merger
    Top management at Euronav have filed an application request for arbitration on Frontline's decision earlier this month to step away from a planned combination agreement. A judgment in the pending emergency arbitration proceedings is expected on February 7 as the Hugo De Stoop-led tanker firm fights battles on multiple fronts with another top shareholder, the ...
  • Cetus Maritime eyes further acquisitions
    Cetus Maritime, a brand new name in dry bulk, has marked out its fleet growth ambitions. Created this month by the merger of Hong Kong's Asia Maritime Pacific (AMP) and Hamburg Bulk Carriers (HBC), Cetus Maritime is one of the largest privately held handysize operators in the world with 40 owned and approximately 25 chartered ...
  • Gatik Ship Management adds first VLCC
    Indian newcomer Gatik Ship Management's fleet is making headlines, adding its first VLCC and attempting its first asset play. This week sources tell Splash that $66m has been put on the table for the Shanghai Waigaoqiao-built, 318,000 dwt , a ship sold by Epaminondas Embiricos' Aeolos Management. Embiricos added the ship two years ago for ...
  • NYK invests in Japanese AI firm
    Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK) has entered into a business and capital alliance agreement with Sony-backed artificial intelligence (AI) firm Ghelia. NYK is investing in Ghelia and the two companies will now collaborate on R&D for autonomous ships, as well as pintroducing Ghelia's AI technologies to business processes in NYK's sales and corporate divisions. Hideki Suzuki, ...
  • Keppel Offshore & Marine fully pays $65m in fines to Brazilian authorities to settle corruption case
    Singapore's offshore oil rig builder Keppel Offshore & Marine said on Monday that it has made full payment of the fines and damages worth around $65m to Brazil under a leniency agreement that had been set out in December last year. The fines are penalties for corrupt payments made by a former agent of Keppel ...
  • Boxport congestion back to pre-covid levels
    Boxport congestion is now back to pre-covid levels according to one UK index. A key lever in the last couple of years of record earnings for liner shipping has disappeared, according to the latest data from Clarksons Research. Clarksons containership port congestion index closed on Friday at 31.5%, a similar number to the pre-covid (2016 ...
  • Port of Oakland stake in solar array goes online, bringing power from solar to 30%
    The Port of Oakland's stake in a newly expanded solar array at Antelope Valley Solar Ranch in Lancaster, California, went online last week, delivering renewable energy to the port's owned and operated utility. The utility sells electricity to tenants at both the Oakland Seaport and the Oakland International Airport. "This is a project that has ...
  • Port of Long Beach aims to become the world's first zero-emissions port
    Port of Long Beach executive director Mario Cordero last week declared 2023 the "Year of Imagination" for the port, saying that imaginative initiatives will drive it in its goal to become the world's first zero-emissions seaport. Among the projects planned, Cordero announced the port's bid to assemble and manufacture offshore wind turbines that will increase ...

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Lloyd's List web site
JANUARY 30, 2023
  • Ursa Major makes U-turn and heads back to Bay of Bengal
    The general cargoship is returning to the Bay of Bengal after having previously been denied berth in Bangladesh and India
  • Deglobalisation policy puts economic growth at risk
    The supply chain shock from the Covid pandemic has led some to call for an end to the globalisation of...
  • BP lowers long-term oil and gas demand forecast
    Low carbon hydrogen plays a critical role in helping the energy system to decarbonise, including in shipping, over the outlook...
  • Greek-owned ships load last oil from Russia over January
    Dark-fleet tankers ship one third of Russian oil, with at least six newly sold elderly tankers lifting crude from the...
  • Trade lane premiums start to normalise
    Following the disruption of congestion and high demand, freight rates have fallen. The premium on US east coast cargoes is...
  • The week in charts: 2M alliance to end | Vehicle carrier orderbook at 27% of existing fleet | Tanker asset values remain firm
    US imports at near record levels last year amid eastward shift, ship recycling prices firm and UK box growth lags European...
  • The week in newbuildings: NYK boosts LPG/ammonia carrier orderbook
    Recent newbuilding orders comprised 12 bulk carriers, 10 containerships and two liquefied petroleum gas tankers at shipyards in China and...
  • DSME sets lower order target as it emphasises profit margin
    Move comes as ordering activity is expected to soften this year after a strong rebound since late 2020, while at...
  • CMA CGM calls for funding applications
    The French carrier is using its Fund for Energies to support developments relating to lower emissions. The focus will be...
  • IMO makes progress on underwater noise but more action needed, environmental groups say
    Environmental groups welcome progress made at the International Maritime Organization last week to complete guidelines to tackle underwater noise pollution
  • Euronav makes second arbitration request over cancelled merger with Frontline
    Tanker billionaire and Frontline's biggest shareholder John Fredriksen acquired matching stake in Euronav last week
  • Port of Rotterdam's bunker sales up 5.9% in 2022
    Biofuel-blended bunkers sale shows highest jump, up 162% to 790,000 tonnes
  • Reborn Chinese builder wins first vessel order
    First order includes four 20,000 dwt dry bulkers placed by parent company Hengli Group
  • Keppel O&M-Sembcorp Marine merger gets bourse approval
    The completion of the proposed merger, which has been mooted since mid-2021, has been pushed back several times due to...
  • Daily Briefing
    Hamburg Süd to go as Clerc stamps mark on Maersk | An urgent appeal to the shipping community: help the...

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The Journal of Commerce web site
JANUARY 30, 2023
  • Pitt Ohio, Daylight to expedite LTL freight from eastern US to West Coast
    An expedited linehaul service using team drivers will cut transit times connecting Pitt Ohio's eastern territory with California within three days.
  • US railroads looking to mend fences with labor after trying 2022
    US Class I railroads are taking steps to address quality-of-life issues for their employees, including reducing on-call positions, avoiding furloughs, and introducing more flexible working structures.

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TradeWinds web site
JANUARY 30, 2023
  • Midsize bulkers find year-plus fixtures at premium to spot market
    Cargill shipping head said panamax and kamsarmax market look 'pretty solid' amid low commodities stocks and the potential for stimulus measures in China
  • BRS Group says product price cap could mean falling Russian exports and LR strength
    European Union poised to ban ban seaborne Russian oil products as the G7 implements a price cap
  • Pangaea Logistics Solutions in sales deal for oldest bulker
    Tentative agreement to sell Newport Bulk comes after Rhode Island operator indicated it was a sales candidate
  • Bahri profits surge as fortunes rise with VLCC boom
    The Saudi shipping giant said it made major gains from its oil and chemical tanker businesses
  • Catch 22 solved: Swan Hellenic takes over final Russian-leased ship
    After much wrangling, cruise operator reassumes control of all three vessels initially backed by Russian lessor
  • From merger to demerger: could Fredriksen and CMB split up Euronav?
    Clarksons Securities raises the possibility of a division of the spoils to end shareholding impasse
  • Mansimov's Palmali to pay $10m to Sberbank after 'fraudulent' tanker transfers
    Maltese court decides Turkish group tried to avoid claims by Russian lender
  • BP sees rising near-term LNG trade but an uncertain outlook after 2030
    The US and Middle East are set to account for more than half of LNG exports by end of the current decade
  • Wallenius on avatar voyage with Abba to wind-powered reality
    Swedish shipping group promoting car carrier that can cut emissions by 90% with song Eagle as it progresses to test wing sail on land this year and at sea in 2024
  • Slower tanker S&P market spins a merry-go-round of asset plays
    Owners of oil carriers add more lucrative deals
  • Maersk consigns Hamburg Sud and Sealand to history
    Danish liner giant to dump two historic container shipping names
  • Idan Ofer takes big profit as he chops stake in Ardmore Shipping
    Tycoon reduces holding from 10.5% to 4.9% after stock more than doubled in price
  • EU states wrangle over oil price cap levels
    Diplomats keep talking as forecasters predict long-term decline in Russian oil production
  • Maran Dry swoops for Anglo American dual-fuel capesize bulk carriers in China
    Mining giant novates contract and charters back dual-fuelled bulk carriers at an undisclosed rate
  • 'Restless' Sophocles Zoullas says the best is yet to come
    Zenith Shipping boss planning further investments across a range of asset classes
  • Japan looks to secure war risk cover for Russian gas exports
    Trade ministries cooperate to make sure insurance will be in place to cover critical LNG supplies
  • Dorian LPG tipped for more cash handouts as VLGCs see substantial gains
    Analysts bullish on volatile sector that has a limited vessel supply for now
  • US Treasury envoy warns Russian and Iranian sanction-busters ahead of Middle East trip
    Individuals and institutions risk losing access to G7 markets
  • Greeks and Turks rule the roost in the UN-led Ukraine grain trade
    Neighbours account for two-thirds of all trips and cargoes shipped under the Black Sea safe corridor
  • Pareto Bank builds vessel portfolio as container ship exposure cut again
    Re-entry into recovering offshore sector is expected to lead to more deals in 2023
  • Titan beefs up with buy of Seapeak small-scale LNG carrier duo
    Dutch bunkering company's acquisitions will allow it to deliver fuel to a wider range of LNG-fuelled vessels, including all container ships
  • P&I clubs influencing governments over sanctions, claims expert
    Regulators are starting to understand how insurance and shipping work
  • Spain seizes 4.5 tonnes of cocaine after tracking livestock carrier for two years
    Authorities warn organised crime gangs are now turning to cattle ships for drugs smuggling
  • BP: Russia war will cut long-term oil trade
    Annual report suggests the shock of the war has sparked a new demand for locally produced energy
  • Biggest shareholder Helge Mogster backs new DOF board's last-ditch rescue bid
    But restructuring proposal is almost identical to debt-swap plan rejected by rebel shareholders
  • P&I clubs influencing governments over sanctions, claims industry expert
    North P&I Club's Mike Salthouse says regulators are starting to understand how insurance and shipping work
  • Judgment day looms as Euronav files second arbitration against Frontline
    Belgian owner asks domestic panel to examine the merits of the John Fredriksen company's decision to pull out of merger
  • Kumiai Navigation doubles up on dual-fuel VLGCs at Kawasaki Heavy
    Company has lined up employment contracts for 86,700-cbm pair
  • 'Buy the weakness:' Jon Chappell on why tankers still have a long way to run
  • Rotterdam aims for regular methanol bunkering by the summer
    Port says ships will arrive on a regular basis to use low-carbon fuel

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American Shipper web site
JANUARY 30, 2023
  • Good times still rollin' for shipping lines in trans-Atlantic trade
    Container shipping rates from Europe to the U.S. are finally falling, but they're still exceptionally high.
  • UPS feeder airline intends to buy 20 pilotless cargo planes
    Ameriflight, an air cargo contractor for big express companies, is considering a large purchase of uniquely designed, semi-autonomous freighters from Natilus.

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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
Italian Interports: list World Ports: map
ShipownersShipbuilding and Shiprepairing Yards
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
FORUM of Shipping
and Logistics
Relazione del presidente Daniele Rossi
Napoli, 30 settembre 2020
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