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03 June 2023 - Year XXVII
Independent journal on economy and transport policy
20:06 GMT+2
March 31, 2023

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Exim India web site
MARCH 31, 2023
  • JN Port attains a new high of over 6 million TEUs in 2022-23
  • HMM launches new service ex Kolkata
  • Total exports cross $750 billion despite challenging times
  • Government planning to develop Eastern Grid with 5,000 km of navigable waterways: Sonowal
  • Customs duty exemption on all drugs & food for special medical purposes
  • AD Ports Group reports strong operational & record financial performance in 2022
  • Wheat export ban to continue
  • India's steel production dips for second consecutive month
  • Oilmeals export surges 76.78 pc in April-Feb.
  • Smartphone exports seen at new high
  • CMA CGM PCS from Mersin to Indian Subcontinent
  • Promoting maritime trade with Iran, Israel & Egypt
  • CSL enters European short-sea shipping market
  • Long-term ocean container freight rates see seventh consecutive month of drops
  • Agri exports show 6.04% rise during April-Jan.

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International Transport Journal web site
MARCH 31, 2023
  • From two railroads to five in one stroke
  • Asian markets to expand till 2030?
  • Thanks to Schenker, DB is back in profit
  • ABC about to return?
  • ONE now holds 28.7% of Poseidon
  • Airlines for Europe elects Ourania Georgoutsakou
  • Industry urges more action for modal shift
  • EV Cargo boosts Chinese network
  • Powerful addition to the fleet
  • Raja picks Catherine Cambier
  • Airbus FAL Tianjin delivers first A321neo
  • ATI: solid results for 2022
  • Astral Aviation promotes Patricia Odida
  • Warehouse extension for French milk branch
  • LNG filling station inaugurated
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • A long-term agreement at Port of Gulfport
  • Wiremind: a year full of accomplishments
  • Truck toll hike angers German freight forwarders

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The Loadstar web site
MARCH 30, 2023
  • Maersk 'on a journey' as it snaps up frozen foods logistics specialist
  • Ceva reorg accelerates as rumours give way to action
  • AirBridgeCargo to relaunch with Russian aircraft, amid legal wrangles
  • Arbitration call as Canadian port labour negotiations go off the rails
  • Snapshot: One-year record DSV is here! However...
  • Weak demand and slimmer retail margins eat into airfreight spend
  • Hamburg lays the groundwork for swap to hydrogen trucks
  • COP28 host UAE joins bid to water-down IMO emissions targets

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Marine Log web site
MARCH 30, 2023
  • Rolls-Royce working on methanol-fueled high speed marine engine
    Could a methanol-fueled MTU marine engine be not too far away? Following up on ambitions announced at last year's SMM event, Rolls-Royce Power Systems and two partner companies have been working since
  • GoM oil and gas lease sale generates $263.8 million in high bids
    With a gun to its head in the form of a mandate under the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 (IRA), the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) yesterday held Gulf of Mexico
  • Conrad Shipyard picked to build new Governors Island battery-hybrid ferry
    When we last reported on the plan for a new ferry to operate between New York City's Lower Manhattan and Governors Island, things had reached the stage where an RFP for the

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Container News web site
MARCH 30, 2023
  • MacGregor receives order for RoRo equipment for Sallaum Lines vessels
    MacGregor, part of Cargotec, received a large order for comprehensive packages of RoRo equipment for a total of two dual-fuel LNG Pure Car and Truck Carrier (PCTC) vessels. These PCTC vessels will be built at Fujian Mawei Shipbuilding Ltd. for Sallaum Lines. The ships are scheduled to be delivered to the shipowner between the fourth quarter of 2024 and the second quarter of 2026. Moreover, MacGre
  • Wärtsilä introduces radical derating solution for two-stroke engines
    Wärtsilä, a technology company, has introduced a new radical derating retrofit solution called Wärtsilä Fit4Power to prolong the emissions-compliant lifespan of merchant ships by giving more optimised engines to the current two-stroke fleet. Ship owners can lower the bore size of two-stroke engines by 25% using this newly developed retrofit option. Also, this will increase the efficiency of their
  • Container lines post strong earnings/TEU in 2022: Sea-Intelligence analysis
    Shipping lines reported very strong financial results for 2022, according to the latest report by the Danish maritime data analysis company Sea-Intelligence. At the time of writing, 12 of the largest container carriers have published their financial results - minus CMA CGM, which did not publish EBIT, COSCO, ONE, PIL, and MSC, which is privately held and does not publish accounts. The combined EB
  • New container record for DP World Southhampton
    DP World Southampton has broken its all-time move count record after handling more than 9,000 containers on ONE Trust, the vessel which called the terminal last week. Some 9,315 containers were exchanged, including 5,824 discharges, 3,473 loads and 18 re-stows, taking 86 hours to complete. This call broke by 13% the previous terminal record of 8,213 moves set by MOL Truth two years ago. ONE Trust
  • COSCO SHIPPING Ports exceeds 130 million TEUs in 2022, reports annual revenue of US$1.4 billion
    COSCO SHIPPING Ports, a global port operator, released its annual results for the fiscal year that concluded on 31 December 2022. The Chinese port giant said that in 2022 its total throughput was 130,107,074 TEUs and rose by 0.6% year-on-year. Total equity throughput was 42,069,050 TEUs with a growth of 5.5% and total throughput from subsidiaries was 31,627,734 TEUs with a rise of 35.3%. COSCO SH
  • Ports America highlights MTOs importance, while arguing against OSRA regulations
    While expressing concerns regarding the Ocean Shipping Reform Act (OSRA) rules, Ports America, the largest marine terminal operator in North America, emphasised the significance of marine terminal operators (MTOs) in facilitating freight movement. The Covid-19 pandemic, inflation, combined with labour shortages, construction disruptions and other factors have fuelled a supply chain crisis that co
  • Port Houston kicks off the year with strong container volumes
    February volumes at Port Houston in Texas remained strong compared to the same month last year, despite an anticipated softening of demand. During the previous month, 313,452 TEUs were processed at Port Houston, translating to a 15% rise over February 2022, while the port has handled 633,442 TEUs, representing a 6% year-on-year increase, during the first two months of 2023. Meanmwhile, general ca
  • More container ships go for repairs, maintenance, as freight market flattens
    Management at Taiwanese shipbuilder CSBC Corp said that the normalisation of the container freight market means there is now more business for maintenance and repair work. Previously, when the freight levels were high, liner operators were reluctant to allow off-hire days in order to maximise earnings. Now that the situation has reversed, liner operators are more willing to resume maintenance. At
  • Costa Rica's terminal handles its third largest container vessel
    The Moín Container Terminal (TCM) received this week its third largest vessel to ever berth at the port since the Costa Rican terminal operations began in February 2019. More specifically, MSC-operated 9,408 TEU Elma called TCM, which is operated by Maersk's port operator APM Terminals. The TCM can receive Post Panamax Plus ships, and simultaneously serve two ships with a capacity of up to 8,500
  • K LINE commences new general dry cargo warehouse in Thailand
    Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha's (K LINE's) company K LINE CONTAINER SERVICE, based in Thailand, will launch the operation of a new warehouse in the Bang Na district of Bangkok on 1 April. The new warehouse is located in a location 30 kilometres from Bangkok's city center, the largest consumption area in Thailand. K Line said the new facility will handle e-commerce goods, and instead of sending products o
  • A.P. Moller Capital buys South Africa's leading frozen logistics operator
    A.P. Moller Capital has announced the acquisition of South African frozen logistics operator Vector Logistics from RCL Foods. Vector Logistics provides multi-temperature warehousing and distribution, supply chain intelligence, and sales and merchandising solutions. A.P. Moller Capital said the purchase provides Vector Logistics with an opportunity to accelerate its mission of "Going Beyond" in su
  • Wärtsilä reliquefaction systems to be installed on eight LNG carriers
    Wärtsilä has now been awarded the contract to supply reliquefaction systems for eight additional new ships, which will be owned by various leading global shipping companies. The orders by Hudong Zhonghua Shipyard were booked into Wärtsilä's order intake in the first quarter of 2023. The Wärtsilä equipment is scheduled to be delivered commencing in 2024, and the first LNG carrier is expected to be
  • Hong Kong sees 24,000+ TEU vessel for the first time
    The 24,188 TEU container vessel OOCL Spain, one of the world's largest boxships, called at the port of Hong Kong on 25 March during its inaugural journey. The Hong Kong Seaport Alliance (HKSPA) the OOCL SPAIN, one of the world's biggest cargo carriers with a capacity of 24,188 TEU and a length of 399,99 meters, on her inaugural journey on 25 March. The mega container ship berthed at the facilitie
  • Jeddah Islamic Port enhances decarbonisation activities
    The Saudi Ports Authority (Mawani) has announced cutbacks in crane activity and truck turnaround times at Jeddah Islamic Port in line with its annual target of lowering carbon footprint at the port by 1,046 tons in 2023. Complementing the goals of the National Transport and Logistics Strategy (NTLS), the Jeddah port's decarbonisation efforts form part of Mawani's Green Ports initiative that seeks

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Splash web site
MARCH 30, 2023
  • World's first hydrogen dual-fuel straddle carrier launches in Antwerp
    The Port of Antwerp-Bruges, one of Europe's largest ports, now features what is said to be the world's first hydrogen dual-fuel straddle carrier. Launched by Antwerp Terminal Services (ATS), a joint venture between MSC PSA Europe Terminal (MPET) and PSA Antwerp, the machine uses the engine developed by Compagnie Maritime Belge (CMB)'s clean technology division ...
  • Torm shares fall as Oaktree lines up stake sale
    Danish product tanker owner Torm saw its share price drop nearly 13% after its largest shareholder, Oaktree Capital Management, moved to sell up to 5.75m shares. Oaktree-controlled OCM Njord Holdings, which owns around 65% of Torm, has tapped Citigroup, Evercore and Jefferies to carry out the sale of existing shares equal to approximately 6%. An ...
  • Owners advised on new plays and pools in wake of EU carbon pricing regulations
    The EU Emissions Trading Scheme and FuelEU Maritime can offer significant competitive advantage to owners and charterers that understand the incentives, according to new analysis from class society Lloyd's Register and Finland-based Ahti Consulting. Many owners and charters are looking at the incoming wave of carbon pricing schemes as a threat to their business, but ...
  • Wärtsilä launches world-first radical derating solution for two-stroke engines
    Engine maker Wärtsilä has introduced a new radical derating retrofit solution - Wärtsilä Fit4Power - to extend the emissions-compliant lifetime of merchant vessels by providing the existing two-stroke fleet with leaner, more optimised engines. The derating is currently available only for RT-flex96C engines. The retrofit solution enables shipowners to reduce the bore size of two-stroke ...
  • NorthStandard: From the rugby pitch to the boardroom
    NorthStandard, formed through the merger of North and Standard Club, officially launched on February 20 as one of the world's largest providers of mutual maritime cover. With over 390 million gt of owned and chartered tonnage on its books, the new entity consolidates annual premiums of around $800m and employs more than 700 people led ...
  • Hornbeck Offshore seals US government OSV deal
    US offshore vessel owner Hornbeck Offshore Services has secured around $8.4m worth of work to provide services in support of US Navy operations. The Navy's Military Sealift Command took an option on the 2013-built offshore support vessel for a period of one year. The contract with the Louisiana-based Hornbeck includes a three-one-year and an 11-month ...
  • Sembcorp Marine, GE and McDermott join Tennet's multi-billion dollar offshore wind converter stations project
    Singapore's Sembcorp Marine, GE Renewable Energy's Grid Solutions business and McDermott have emerged as winners in Tennet's multi-billion-dollar 2 GW high-voltage direct current (HVDC) offshore wind programme in the North Sea. With 40 gigawatts, the Dutch-German transmission system operator will account for almost two-thirds of the 65 GW offshore wind energy target by 2030, as ...
  • Petrofac and Hitachi land $14bn offshore wind deal with Tennet
    Energy services company Petrofac and technology group Hitachi Energy have sealed a €13bn ($14.1bn) framework deal with Dutch-German transmission system operator TenneT to supply offshore platforms and onshore converter stations. The multi-year deal, which Petrofac said represents the largest in its history, is part of TenneT's 2 GW high-voltage direct current (HVDC) offshore wind programme ...
  • DP World readies edible oil terminal in Somaliland
    Dubai-based terminal operator DP World has launched the development of a new edible oil terminal at the Port of Berbera in Somaliland and agreed to a long-term lease for the facility. The terminal will be the latest addition to Berbera's growing trade ecosystem, following the recent opening of the Berbera Economic Zone (BEZ), 15 km ...
  • China Merchants firms up methanol-fuelled car carrier orders
    China Merchants Energy Shipping (CMES) has moved forward to add more capacity in the car carrier segment by signing a firm deal for two new methanol dual-fuel 9,300 ceu ships. The Shanghai-listed energy transport unit of China Merchants Group is paying $192m to China Merchants Industry Holdings to have the vessels delivered in the second ...
  • A.P. Moller Capital to acquire South African frozen logistics operator
    A.P. Moller Capital is buying Vector Logistics from South Africa's RCL Foods. No price has been revealed for the acquisition. "Vector Logistics is highly respected with a long track record in South Africa, and we are excited to contribute to its transformative vision for both the industry and the region. Vector Logistics' reliable operations enable ...
  • New bill in Washington takes aim at China's influence in ocean shipping
    Two of the main backers of last year's Ocean Shipping Reform Act (OSRA) in the US have come up with an updated piece of legislation which takes aim at China's influence in the ocean shipping space. US representatives Dusty Johnson and John Garamendi introduced the bipartisan Ocean Shipping Reform Implementation Act this week in a ...
  • American shoreside scrubber project moves ahead
    Clean Air Engineering-Maritime (CAE-M) has received approval from the California Air Resources Board (CARB) for its latest vessel stack exhaust capture and treatment system, the ShoreKat. This shore-based technology is designed to reduce emissions while minimising the impact on vessel performance and operating costs. The ShoreKat technology is an air pollution control system that removes ...
  • US Gulf of Mexico oil and gas lease sale results announced
    The US Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) held Gulf of Mexico Lease Sale 259 on March 29, as required by the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022. The sale generated $263.8m in high bids for 313 tracts covering 1.6m acres in federal waters of the Gulf. The sale had offered approximately 13,600 unleased blocks, approximately ...
  • Are there really any limits to artificial intelligence in shipping?
    Splash columnists collide as Kris Kosmala takes on Pierre Aury on all things AI. I read an interesting argument this week in the context of the usability of artificial intelligence (AI) in the business of shipping. What started as an interesting rant about ChatGPT, quickly turned to broader discussion of how much intelligence, artificial or ...

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Lloyd's List web site
MARCH 30, 2023
  • US shipping bill proposes limits on China
    In addition to a set of China-focused measures such as banning the use of state-sponsored software in US ports, the...
  • Capital Gas orders LNG pair at Hyundai Samho
    Contract for two more newbuildings brings Capital Gas fleet to 20 units including orderbook
  • Euronav investigating claims it unwittingly stored sanctioned Iranian oil
    Belgian tanker giant insists that robust due diligence procedures identified cargo as Iraqi and the third-party customer renting oil storage...
  • EU agrees to boost hydrogen and biofuel targets for transport
    Renewable Energy Directive to be revised, with more ambitious targets that will likely send demand signals for renewable hydrogen and...
  • Cosco Shipping Ports bets on China to drive throughput growth
    Full-year volume growth will remain in positive territory, despite a drop in excess of 6% in container handlings in January-February...
  • Princess Empress clean-up costs likely to hit IOPC Funds threshold
    'We don't know exactly how much this will cost us. We may see this go beyond the shipowner's limit,' says...
  • Getting the best talent for shipping means telling a good story
    Identifying the right skills, training students in maritime and keeping them motivated as the industry undergoes a revolution will not...
  • Broker warns of 'Mexican standoff' over secondhand tanker sales
    Values of crude oil tankers are under pressure to move up as freight rates have caught up with the product...
  • DP World expands operation at Somaliland's Berbera
    DP World sees its Somaliland operation as a spur for economic development in the Horn of Africa. A new terminal...
  • Stolt-Nielsen quarterly profit boosted by contract renewals
    Update: Chief executive implores customers to accept contract rate increases of 50% to 100% so that the company may continue...
  • US retail sales growth still above pre-pandemic norms
    Signals indicate that a looming credit crunch could slow further growth this year
  • MPC Container Ships optimistic on green methanol supply for 2024
    Company expects to take delivery of its two 1,300 teu dual-fuel methanol containerships in the second half of 2024
  • Philippines ferry fire death toll rises to at least 31
    Dozens of survivors, including several injured, taken to Zamboanga City and Basilan and Camp Navarro General Hospital. Investigation into the...
  • The Ukraine effect podcast: Shipping's shifting macro risk
    Chapter 4: The macroeconomic and geopolitical risk factors that determine long-term strategic thinking in shipping are becoming more complicated and...
  • Daily Briefing
    Abuse of IMO vessel-numbering scheme and falsely flagged ships continues | The Ukraine effect: Lasting upheaval for shipping markets |...
  • Sembmarine co-operating with Brazilian investigation into unit
    An investigation into shipyard Estaleiro Jurong Aracruz is related to a nationwide criminal investigation starting in 2014 against money laundering...
  • Strategic Marine opens new shipyard in Singapore
    New facility features a 5,000 dwt drydock and a 6,000 dwt slipway

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The Journal of Commerce web site
MARCH 30, 2023
  • Terminal operators, Cosco join Saudi chemical shipper in eBL deal
    Data from eBLs issued via GSBN's infrastructure will also be used to electronically release SABIC cargo at Hutchison and PSA terminals in Asia.
  • MSC joins carriers ending demurrage billing when US terminals are closed
    The fast-moving developments around changes to detention and demurrage billing are happening amid an ongoing rulemaking process by the FMC around the assessment of such charges to consignees and their drayage representatives.
  • Record profit for DB Schenker lifts parent group into black
    Despite being prepared for divestiture, the performance of global forwarder DB Schenker is the only reason Deutsche Bahn group is profitable at present.
  • European shippers sign up for waterborne biofuel initiative
    Dutch multimodal operator Samskip will offer carbon-neutral ocean transport to shippers using biofuel in its intra-European operations.
  • Targets for Europe's modal shift not feasible: rail freight sector
    Far greater ambition will be required by European Commission policy makers if targets to double the market share of rail freight by 2050 are to be achieved, according to rail freight operators.

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TradeWinds web site
MARCH 30, 2023
  • Number of older ships sold for further trading continued to swell in 2022
    BRS Group said high rates pushed up values of older tonnage last year
  • UK pushes for 'genuine link' between vessels and flag states
    IMO has warned of danger posed to maritime regulation from the growth of false-flagging
  • BRS boosts Athens ship finance with Kefalonitis hire
    Finance man used to be RMK Maritime's point man for Greek expansion
  • Carriers and shippers brace for 'hard negotiations' on freight contracts
    Talks drag on as spot rates tumble way beneath long-term rates
  • Green R&D: Shell Shipping working on 100 new technologies at any one time
    Energy group pushing on with work on methane slip from LNG, air lubrication and wind sails but discounts ammonia as a future fuel until safety concerns are sorted
  • Already master of the 'G', Ardmore Shipping goes hard after the 'E' and 'S'
    Streetwise examines the Irish product tanker owner's decision to become one of the first public shipping companies to hatch a sustainability committee
  • Tanker owners face choice as Europe may never again import same levels of Russian oil
    Broker BRS says companies must ask themselves which side they are on after war and sanctions end
  • Euronav probes ship-to-ship claim of sanctioned Iranian oil
    Tanker giant investigates a potential breach after its own checks suggested cargo was from Iraq
  • Vitol unveils radical fleet plan to hit 40% IMO emissions target next year
    The trading giant aims to be ahead of the game through vessel sales, new tonnage and retrofitting
  • QatarEnergy in talks for the next generation of Q-Max LNG giants
    Middle East giant in talks with shipyards for LNG carriers as it pivots to China trades
  • Wallenius Wilhelmsen expands top team as it targets zero emissions by 2027
    New CEO puts his stamp on huge car carrier operation
  • F Laeisz joins Auerbach tech platform Flagship Founders in €3.5m funding round
    German owners collaborating on venture to incubate shipping innovators
  • Russian oil output resilient despite import ban, says Rystad
    Production has remained at unexpectedly consistent levels despite fall in export revenues
  • F Laeisz joins Auberbach tech platform Flagship Founders in €3.5m funding round
    German owners collaborating on venture to incubate shipping innovators
  • Wrecker nations must not hold shipping hostage over carbon cut ambition
    If member states of global regulator cannot agree meaningful targets, the regulator is in danger of becoming irrelevant
  • Navigator unveils shipping's first gender diversity-linked loan
    $200m LPG carrier refinancing includes targets for promoting women to senior roles
  • Tsakos doubles down on suezmax tanker newbuildings at Hyundai yard
    Greek shipping company has flipped four feeder container ships into two large crude tankers
  • Fire kills 28 people on inter-island ferry in the Philippines
    Death toll includes six-month-old baby on the Lady Mary Joy 3
  • Stolt-Nielsen sells out of CoolCo for gain of $2.5m in a year
    Short-term investment in Eastern Pacific Shipping-led LNG carrier owner is now over
  • Wartsila launches engine de-rating scheme to extend container ship lives
    Radical rebores of engines on high-speed large boxships from about 2005 can cut fuel use and emissions by up to 15%
  • German Tanker Shipping linked to stunning price for 20-year-old MRs
    Bremen shipowner is said to have offloaded veteran tankers
  • Stolt-Nielsen makes $100m in three months as tanker renewal rates jump 50%
    Norwegian chemical carrier group lost some COA deals by pushing clients hard on price, but scooped up more volumes in spot market
  • Swedish Club head Nordberg makes new hire as he continues staff reshuffle
    West of England also makes key appointment
  • Arctic oil: Russia eyes more tanker shipments to Asia along Northern Sea Route
    Cooperation with India on the cards as Putin regime looks to get more crude to eastern markets
  • Falsely flagged vessels pose 'grave threat' to global maritime rules
    IMO told how vessels evade scrutiny despite links to sanctioned and 'dark' trades
  • Disney is sending a monster methanol-fuelled cruise ship to Singapore
    Lion City picked for first deployment of cruise behemoth originally ordered by Genting Hong Kong
  • Oaktree to offload stake in Torm after shares rally 289% in 12 months
    US fund continues to take advantage of tanker share rally to trim its stakes

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American Shipper web site
MARCH 30, 2023
  • Yellow blames Teamsters leadership for negotiating in 'bad faith'
    Yellow Corp. calls out Teamsters union officials for negotiating in bad faith and says it has the votes to push through its proposed operational changes.

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