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15 April 2024 - Year XXVIII
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07:42 GMT+2
March 4, 2024

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Exim India web site
MARCH 4, 2024
  • Prime Minister emphasises strength of Indian economy & its potential
  • Railways continues to excel in freight movement
  • Baltic Exchange Market Report (1 March 2024)
  • CONquest 2024 - Business Forum & Northern India Multimodal Logistics Awards to bring together some of the best in the fraternity this Wednesday in New Delhi
  • Schedule reliability drops again in January 2024
  • MPS is a leading importer of fresh fruits & vegetables in Middle East from SAARC, Far East, Gulf, Mediterranean & Africa
  • DPA Chairman inaugurates new Admin Building on port's 60th Foundation Day
  • Genre and species of salvage
  • PM dedicates to nation & lays foundation stone of infrastructure projects at Syama Prasad Mookerjee Port
  • Several countries want to trade in rupee with India, says FM
  • Ban sought on export of low-grade iron ore fines
  • NYK Group acquires UK-based delivery platform business for e-commerce operators
  • India's export growth seen remaining higher despite Red Sea crisis
  • Indian Navy safely escorts Castle Ships' vessel through Red Sea

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International Transport Journal web site
MARCH 4, 2024
  • Ankara's rail hub: links to all Turkish ports
  • ICTSI's financial discipline pays off
  • More belly capacity in less than three months
  • Automated future at Sines
  • Seaports appoints interim MD
  • Ukraine/Turkey extend visas for goods transport
  • Building a European transport network
  • A strategic partnership for cargo handling
  • A promotion and a recruitment
  • Granting access to CPKC facilities
  • EV battery regulations required
  • 50 vessels, one alliance
  • Jetblue Cargo enhances air cargo operations
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • More space to tranship rail cargo at Vladivostok
  • JBHT: changing of the guard
  • Combining forces on roads in Asia Pacific
  • P&O Ferries charting a cleaner course

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The Loadstar web site
MARCH 1, 2024
  • High transpac rates good news for carriers as new contract talks loom
  • Ceva beaten to the punch as Wincanton accepts GXO takeover bid
  • Cost of 'land bridge' alternative to Panama Canal too high for carriers
  • Bangkok, Colombo and Dubai see major shift in cargo from sea to air
  • K+N profits tumble as market 'normalises', but eyes expansion in Asia
  • Boeing safety woes add to US aviation sector supply chain troubles
  • EU ETS could be a new trading market for 'a bit of a gamble'
  • DSV's Neom JV in Saudi Arabia comes under 'human rights' scrutiny

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Marine Log web site
MARCH 1, 2024
  • Unity Ukraine war risk insurance now covers all non-military cargo
    Marsh McLennan (NYSE: MMC) has announced a major expansion of its Unity Ukraine war risk insurance facility. Launched in November 2023 to support Ukrainian exports of grain and other critical food supplies
  • HAV Design to design zero-emission autonomous ferry quartet for Fjord1
    Norway's HAV Design has won a contract to design and develop four newbuild, zero-emission autonomous ferries for ferry operator Fjord1. To be built at Turkey's Tersan Shipyard, they will operate on the

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Container News web site
MARCH 1, 2024
  • SC Ports bolsters rail capacity to support port-reliant enterprises
    Through collaboration with rail partners and support from state officials, South Carolina Ports (SC Ports) aims to enhance rail capacity across South Carolina to effectively manage the increasing demand for goods in the state's economy. The development of the upcoming Navy Base Intermodal Facility in North Charleston is progressing smoothly. Set to debut in July 2025, this cargo facility connecte
  • Unpredictable movement in MABUX prices worldwide
    During the ninth week of the year, Marine Bunker Exchange (MABUX) global indices exhibited irregular fluctuations without a discernible pattern. The 380 HSFO index experienced a marginal decline of US$0.32, slipping to US$519.50/MT. On the opposite direction, the VLSFO index increased by US$1.42 to US$674.96/MT, while the MGO index saw a decrease of US$4.84, falling to US$904.54/MT. "Currently, t
  • Empty container movements surge by 20%
    Utilizing data from Container Trade Statistics (CTS) on the movement of full containers between regions, Sea-Intelligence estimated the corresponding trends in empty container movements. Empty container volumes, when compared to 2019 levels to mitigate the effects of pandemic-related volatility, have consistently stayed around a 20% increase in the past few months. "Source: Sea-Intelligence.com,
  • Hapag-Lloyd increases rates from North Europe and Mediterranean
    Hapag-Lloyd has unveiled new ocean tariff rates for shipments from North Europe to destinations including India, Pakistan, the Red Sea, and the Arabian Gulf. The updated rates will apply for 20' and 40' dry containers, as well as high cube equipment. This adjustment will take effect for sailings commencing on 14 March and will remain valid until further notice. US$ per 20' dry container From* To*
  • Asian ports eye Gemini Cooperation potential impact
    Key Asian ports that have been ostensibly excluded from Gemini Cooperation are monitoring the potential impact once the Maersk-Hapag-Lloyd tie-up starts in 2025. Taiwan's main container port, Kaohsiung, is not among the ports listed in Gemini Cooperation's service line-up, and in a recent interview with local media, Taiwan International Ports Corporation's Kaohsiung branch's CEO, Wang Chin-jung,
  • German box ports' hinterland rail freight on uptrend
    The German Federal Logistics and Mobility Office (BALM) conducted an extensive analysis on the evolution of container transportation via water and rail over an extended period. As per the analysis, rail-based container transport in Germany witnessed a significant surge of approximately 86% from just under 4.2 million TEUs to around 7.7 million TEUs between 2005 and 2022. This notable increase was
  • Emirates Shipping Line strengthens its Far East/Middle East service network
    Emirates Shipping Line (ESL) has announced the introduction of its new COSMOS (CMX) service and the enhancement of its existing GALEX (GLX) service aiming to optimize transit times and increase frequency between the Far East and the Middle East. The port rotations of ESL's services will be as follows: COSMOS: Shanghai (China) - Ningbo (China) - Da Chan Bay (China) - Jebel Ali (UAE) - Sohar (Oman)
  • Ankara's new intermodal terminal commences operations
    The initial stage of the Ankara Port Baskent OIZ Eti Logistics Ankara Intermodal Terminal has been launched, boasting a container capacity of 500,000 TEUs and a dry bulk capacity of 20,000,000 tons. Additionally, this development includes the inauguration of a railway connection and a 700-meter platform, facilitating the successful launch of train operations at the terminal. This new hub is expec
  • Klaipeda Port announces tender for offshore wind marshaling harbour development
    To accommodate the development of the two Lithuanian wind farms, as well as other projects in the Baltic Sea, Klaipeda Port announced an international tender for the reconstruction works of quays and dredging of the first stage. The director general of the port authority Algis Latakas said, "With favorable conditions for the development of offshore wind farms and numerous wind farm projects in pr
  • PSA Sines receives six new automated RTG cranes
    Portugal's terminal operator PSA Sines initiated its journey towards fully automated yard operations with the arrival of six new fully automated Rubber Tired Gantry Cranes (aRTGs). These cranes will complement the existing twenty-nine-yard cranes, empowering PSA Sines to enhance its operational capacity. Expected to bolster productivity and safety while advancing sustainability objectives, these

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Splash web site
MARCH 1, 2024
  • Trio looking to develop hybrid wind-solar project offshore Italy
    Offshore floating photovoltaic (OFPV) specialist SolarDuck, Italian asset manager Green Arrow Capital, and compatriot developer New Developments have agreed to collaborate on the development of a 120MWp OFPV farm integrated with 420MW of floating offshore wind. The project will use SolarDuck's elevated platform technology that allows PV panels to be deployed in significant wave heights ...
  • Berge Bulk orders ammonia-ready newcastlemax pair in China
    The leading newcastlemax builder in the world, CSSC Qingdao Beihai Shipbuilding, has bagged another order for a pair of ammonia-ready bulk carriers. James Marshall-led Berge Bulk has gone to northeast China, signing for a pair of 210,000 dwt newbuilds, estimated to cost $80m each. Earlier this week, Splash reported fellow Singapore owner Eastern Pacific Shipping ...
  • Grindrod offloads another handy bulker
    Grindrod Shipping has continued its ship divestment campaign, with another handysize unit set to exit the fleet. The Singapore-based bulker owner is selling the 2012-built for $11.7m. The 28,200 dwt ship built at Imabari should be delivered to an unnamed buyer by March 21, the company said. In January, Grindrod sold the 2007-built handy IVS ...
  • Lidl's Tailwind crowned fastest-growing boxline in the world
    The fastest growing containerline fleet in the world in percentage terms is a brand better associated with low-cost goods on the European high street. While other retail chains have pulled back from chartering in ships since the covid pandemic waned, Tailwind Shipping Lines, owned by the parent of Germany's Lidl supermarket chain, has doubled down, ...
  • Mermaid Maritime sets up joint venture in Vietnam
    Thailand's Mermaid Maritime, via its subsea services unit, has established a joint venture company in Vietnam with local marine contractor Tan Cang Offshore. The Singapore-listed company said the new company, called Tan Cang Mermaid Subsea Services, will be involved in remotely operated vehicle (ROV) services, vessel chartering and transportation and installation support services. The business ...
  • Helix bags Talos decommissioning deal in US Gulf
    New York-listed Helix Energy Solutions has penned a five-year deal with Talos Energy for offshore decommissioning work in the US Gulf of Mexico. The Houston-based firm said the agreement covers normal course abandonment of offshore wells, pipelines and platforms. Helix's Louisiana-based unit, Helix Alliance, will use derrick barges for structure removals, liftboats for plug and ...
  • The Chinese digital octopus spreading its tentacles through smart port ambitions
    Andre Wheeler carries a warning today about China's LOGINK digital platform. As the world of shipping has moved towards smart ports, China has quietly been strengthening its position of power over global trade via its data aggregation platform that has been embedded into port and terminal operating systems. Initially, the level of data exchange and ...

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Lloyd's List web site
MARCH 1, 2024
  • The IMO is speaking softly on greenhouse gases. The time may come to use the big stick
    Substantive regulatory measures should be the last resort. But last resorts are sometimes unavoidable
  • The mess of EU ETS compliance: 'No pub, no beer'
    The EU has added a compliance burden without the regulatory framework for companies to comply with it. Lack of charter...
  • Grimaldi expands capacity on Igoumenitsa service
    Brindisi-Igoumentisa service 'an essential bridge' for transport between Italy and Greece
  • Kuehne+Nagel profits fall as market normalises
    A 'persistently challenging' environment characterised 2023. But earnings remain far above pre-pandemic levels
  • Hafnia in the dark as Danish authorities confirm sanctions investigation
    'We do not carry Russian oil', insists product tanker giant Hafnia, as the Danish Business Authority presses ahead with an...
  • Yara inks binding agreement to buy green ammonia
    The long-term offtake agreement covers a yearly volume of 100,000 tonnes of green ammonia compliant with EU regulations
  • Container rates slide as parties head into negotiations
    Carriers and shippers will meet in Long Beach next week to begin negotiating this year's transpacific contracts. Discussions are expected...
  • Is shipping's decarbonisation revolution about to start slow steaming?
    The shipping industry and governments are attempting to negotiate the most difficult and controversial details of a global greenhouse gas...
  • RightShip GHG rating emerging as emissions benchmark amid CII concerns
    RightShip's efforts to remove the influence of power-limitation tools for its greenhouse gas rating has boosted the popularity of the...
  • Shipmanagers can now agree to take on ETS liability, but remain reluctant
    The way the EU decides which entity is the 'shipping company' responsible for surrendering carbon credits is still not clear...
  • Pacific Basin pins hope on demand despite profit slump
    Pacific Basin sees net profit plunge on weak dry bulk market and global volatility
  • Daily Briefing
    Red Sea crisis deals blow to Piraeus' standing as East Med's transhipment king | Shipping prepares for its first dance...

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The Journal of Commerce web site
MARCH 1, 2024
  • MSC reinstates India-USEC 'Indusa' string amid now-routine Red Sea diversions
    The capacity reinstatement is also a boon for Indian shippers facing intermittent void calls and longer transits as they try to maximize exports ahead of the current fiscal year closing on March 31.
  • Modest economic hit from Red Sea disruption obscures larger shipping changes
    Even as the industry seemingly adjusts to the new status quo of routing ships around southern Africa, there's significant -- yet less apparent -- changes afoot in container shipping, writes Journal of Commerce Executive Editor Mark Szakonyi.
  • Overland Saudi container transits gain traction amid Red Sea diversions
    The prospects of trucking goods from the eastern coast of Saudi Arabia's to the trade hub of Jeddah on the Rea Sea looks increasingly more favorable amid soaring ocean spot rates and few signs that southern Red Sea security will be restored soon.

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TradeWinds web site
MARCH 1, 2024
  • Tanker owners are their own worst enemy in VLCC rate 'grind', Frontline boss says
    Lars Barstad says tanker companies should not be competing against each other as charterers play their cards well
  • Several injured in Red Sea 'security incident' on stricken Rubymar
    Ten days after missile attack, vessel becomes scene of more violence
  • Editor's selection: CMB hungry for big bulkers, Fredriksen's Frontline payback and Robert Yildirim's unusual hobby...
    What has been making the news this week?
  • Sanctions heap pressure on Urals-hauling shadow fleet
    Mounting campaign by G7 powers likely to hit Urals trade but leave Far East unaffected, says Vortexa
  • 'Eyebrows raised' at unusually low price for car carrier sold by Hoegh Autoliners
    Veson Nautical analyst Andrea de Luca says the buyer of Hoegh Chiba may have got the better deal
  • Eagle Bulk beats profit and earnings forecasts in 'final' quarter as a public company
    Stamford owner confirms sale of two 2009-built supramaxes for $29.1m
  • VLCC rates fall back to earth to kick off March after big rally
    The largest tankers are only slightly ahead of where they started February, despite rates topping $80,000 per day during the month
  • New Fortress starts up its FSRU-based Santa Catarina terminal in Brazil
    After a long delay, company doubles up by adding two facilities in same week
  • Seafarer 'pass-the-parcel' leaves crew vulnerable to exploitation
    India says it has charted more than 200 cases in which recruited seafarers end up on the wrong ship
  • Insurance broker Marsh expands Black Sea war risk collaboration with Ukraine
    New private-public insurance facility will be expanded to include all critical export cargoes
  • Major steelmaker hints at shipping exit after en-bloc bulker sale
    Izmir Demir Celik shakes out all the vessels it bought when entering shipping 15 years ago
  • There's a catch as owners compete to 'get feet wet' on VLCC orders, Lars Barstad says
    But Frontline boss has been too busy integrating new Euronav ships to focus on newbuildings
  • Container giants face trillion-dollar price tag on 2050 net-zero target
    AlixPartners' study says boxship emissions are 'dangerously high and climbing'
  • Altera confirms sale of $280m fleet of super-large anchor-handlers to Boskalis
    UK-based group wants to focus on FPSOs, shuttle tankers and carbon capture
  • Hanwha Ocean clarifies its ownership of sanctioned Arc7 LNG newbuilding
    Shipbuilder says 'incorrect' information was published on the Pyotr Kapitsa which has since been amended
  • DFDS engages banks to sell new senior unsecured bonds
    Danish ferry owner to issue bonds in Norwegian kroner
  • Atlas Maritime clinches record three-year charter for modern aframax
    Owner Leon Patitsas sees Phillips 66 fix a 2023-built aframax at a level and duration nowhere on the record
  • Rokke's refinancing deal costs drag on Solstad Offshore earnings
    Administrative expenses rise and impairment charges contribute to quarterly loss
  • 'Constructive outlook' as newbuilding and secondhand activity increases, Ocean Yield's Rode says
    S&P company playing an instrumental role in owners' fleet renewals, boss argues
  • Ultrabulk closes in on ammonia-fuelled vessels order after ship sales
    Contracts for new vessels expected to be signed this year, Danish operator says
  • 'Crazy' billionaire boxship investor Robert Yildirim is buying football clubs for fun
    CMA CGM backer gets a kick out of purchasing teams in Europe, Africa and South America
  • Havila Kystruten's new finance chief joins from Kistefos' Norgas Carriers
    Oslo-listed cruise company also hires new marketing chief
  • Berge Bulk signs ammonia-ready newcastlemax order in China
    Shipowner returns to newbuilding market after a six-year hiatus
  • Low-profile Greek player MPP Carriers nears the 10-ship mark
    Linked to a Ukrainian-born shipping entrepreneur, Athens outfit has been quietly scooping up bulkers on the secondhand market
  • Fredriksen-backed Edda Wind sells first ship but others hit by technical trouble
    Vessels taken out of service with gangway problems
  • Ultrabulk closes in on ammonia-fuelled bulker order after ship sales
    Contracts for new vessels expected to be signed this year, Danish operator says
  • How 'crazy' billionaire boxship investor Robert Yildirim is buying football clubs for fun
    Wealthy CMA CGM backer is buying football clubs in Europe, Africa and South America
  • Shipping proves more profitable than Pizza Hut and Taco Bell at Thoresen Thai
    Thai company says shipping and offshore accounted for 71% of its net profit in 2023
  • Uni-Asia leverages high asset prices to offload older bulkers
    Singapore-listed company says shipping markets have normalizing as factors such as port congestion ease post pandemic
  • Berge Bulk inks ammonia-ready newcastlemax bulk carrier order in China
    Contract marks company's return to the newbuilding market after a six-year hiatus

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American Shipper web site
MARCH 1, 2024
  • Kuehne+Nagel operating profit cut 50% in 2023
    Kuehne+Nagel is the largest logistics company in the world, but it wasn't immune to downward market forces in 2023.
  • Red sea disruptions among critical supply chain risks in 2024
    Houthis, the Lunar New Year, drought in the Panama Canal, an impending potential strike and the upcoming election mean rough seas in 2024. Here's how shippers can protect themselves.
  • Restocking boosts January US port activity
    The CEO of the Port of Long Beach boss cited restocking ahead of the Lunar New Year as the driver for import growth in January.

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Iran has given way to the attack on Israel with the seizure of the container ship. MSC Aries
London / Manila
A team from the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps landed by a helicopter seized the ship.
The construction of the new Venetian container terminal in Porto Marghera is being carried out.
The construction of the new Venetian container terminal in Porto Marghera is being carried out.
It will be able to accommodate Panamax vessels and will have an annual traffic capacity of one million teu
The French Senate has approved a bill to limit the right to strike in transport
The French Senate has approved a bill to limit the right to strike in transport
Last year container traffic in Malta decreased by -11.4%
Last year container traffic in Malta decreased by -11.4%
The Valletta
Crucierists in growth of 59.1%
Approved by the Transport Commission of the Spanish Congress a proposal to improve the competitiveness of the REC Ship Register
Applause from ANAVE. The number of national flag merchant ships has fallen to the all-time low
Pirate attacks on ships have been growing.
Pirate attacks on ships have been growing.
Recrudescence of Somali piracy
Assshipowners, well the decree that delegates security checks to recognized bodies
Messina : a concrete step forward in the optics of an ever greater competitiveness of the Italian flag
Le Aziende informano
Protocollo d'intesa tra l'Autorità di Sistema Portuale del Mare di Sicilia Occidentale e l'Escola Europea di Intermodal Transport
Maritime traffic in the Panama Canal is expected to gradually normalize from here to 2025
The start of the rainy season, expected at the end of the month, is expected to lift the number of ships transits from 27 to 36.
Last year on world cruise ships the record number of 31.7 million passengers (+ 55.4%) was embarked on.
Last year on world cruise ships the record number of 31.7 million passengers (+ 55.4%) was embarked on.
Past the historic peak of the pre-pandemic year of 2019
Updating the rules governing the berth service
Ok the government to decree establishing public company to manage state-owned toll roads
Agreement between Mercitalia Logistics and Logtainer for the development of intermodal services that integrate transport on iron, rubber and sea
DFDS buys the entire network of self-transport services between Turkey and the Europe of Ekol Logistics
Transaction of the value of 260 million euros
13.8 million crucierists are expected in Italian ports this year.
Africa Morocco Link has changed ownership
Casablanca / Athens
51% percent of the capital went from Bank of Africa to CTM and 49% percent from Attica to Stena Line
NCL orders Fincantieri four new cruise ships with letter of intent for four more units
Four units from 77mila-86mila tsl and four from 200mila tsl will be delivered between 2026 and 2036
SEA Europe calls for the EU the urgent definition of a maritime industrial strategy
Tytgat : By 2035 we want to provide ten thousand sustainable and digitalised vessels to the key sectors of the European blue economy
MSC ships will strengthen Georgia's maritime links with North Africa and Spain
New rotation through the hubs of Gioia Tauro and Marsaxlokk
In the port of Naples, the new floating dry dock has arrived
In the port of Naples, the new floating dry dock has arrived
Expected the processing of 20-25 vessels each year
Switzerland will finance the construction of an intermodal terminal in Domodossola
Grant of 38.8 million francs to the 67.7 million investment planned by Germany's CargoBeamer
Unions stress the high end of the strike for the renewal of the contract of the port workers
Unions stress the high end of the strike for the renewal of the contract of the port workers
Today in Genoa, the final national manifestation
Meeting in Brussels to avert the negative impact on EU ports of the ETS Directive
Rixi : The aim is to avoid weakening the maritime capacity of the Union
In February the traffic of goods in the port of Ravenna grew by 2.1%
In decline the bulk bulk is liquid and solid
In 2023, maritime transport along the Arctic route reached a record volume of more than 36 million tonnes
In 2023, maritime transport along the Arctic route reached a record volume of more than 36 million tonnes
Expected 150 million tonnes per annum by 2030
The Greek group Attica is set to record a new historical record of revenues.
Profit after tax in growth of +259,0%
Le Aziende informano
ABB fornirà la sua soluzione per il Cold - Ironing nel Porto Internazionale di Portsmouth
Rixi : Communication lines on alpine crossings are priority for Italy
Rixi : Communication lines on alpine crossings are priority for Italy
The Mechanism to Link Europe is useful for carrying out large infrastructure, especially cross-border ones.
Joint venture Fratelli Cosulich-XCA (Arcese Group) in Automotive Logistics to Go Ligure
Sandoli : We aspire to become the gateway to the European market, offering a convincing alternative to the ports of the North
The earthquake in Taiwan has seriously damaged the infrastructure of Hualien's port
Suspended the activities in the stopover
The AD Ports Group is involved in the realization of the new large Iraqi port of Al-Faw
Baghdad / Abu Dhabi
Joint venture with the General Company for Ports of Iraq
Concern of Confitarma, Assogasliquidi-Federchemistry and UNEM for the revision of the ETD Directive
No to the proposal to eliminate the tax exemption on marine transport fuels
CMA CGM entrups Damen work to increase the energy efficiency of ships
Expected the installation of bulbs on the bow of about 100 ships
Started the construction of the first dresser for the realization of the new foranea dam in Genoa
The pose is scheduled in May
The regasification terminal FSRU Toscana left Livorno direct to Genoa
In the Ligurian scalp and then in Marseille maintenance interventions will be carried out
Confirmed to Tugchiers Meeting Port of Genoa the granting of trailer services in the port of Genoa
Confirmed to Tugchiers Meeting Port of Genoa the granting of trailer services in the port of Genoa
Planned investment of 35 million euros to renovate fleet
In the first quarter of 2024, OOIL revenues decreased by -9.0%
Hong Kong
Containers carried by the OOCL fleet increased by 3.4%
Mattioli (Federation of the Sea) relaunches the propulsive role of maritime clusters
Today, the National Sea Day and the marinara culture are celebrated
In the first quarter of 2024, the revenues of Yang Ming and WHL grew by 18.5% and 8.1%
Keelung / Taipei
In March the increments were equal to 20.3% and 8.6%
In 2023 the freight traffic handled by the State Railways Group fell by -2.0%
The Logistics Pole posted a net loss of -80 million euros, up 63 million euros.
Port of Genoa, inaugurated new rooms of Stella Maris at Maritime stations
They are intended for the welfare and socialization of seafarers in transit in the Superba
Visual Sailing List
Departure ports
Arrival ports by:
- alphabetical order
- country
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Germany's Dachser has acquired the compatriate Brummer Logistik
The company specializes in the logistics of perishable products
In the first quarter of 2024, Evergreen's revenues increased by 32.6% percent.
In March, the increase was 36.5% percent.
Cooperation pact between the associations of the ports and ferry companies of Greece
The Piraeus
Among the activities, make sure that port benches are adequate for new naval technologies
In 2023 the traffic in goods at ports in Lazio fell by -5.7% percent. Record of cruises
Passenger of line services growing by 10.0%
RINA will collaborate on the sustainable development of ports and shipping of Indonesia
Contract with the World Bank
In Udine the Officine Rotable Maintenance of FVG Rail has been equipped with a lawn back in fossa
Interporto Padova's assembly to merge for incorporation of the Zip Consortium
Capital increase of more than 7.8 million split between Municipality, Province, and Chamber of Commerce
Turkish Arkas orders four container ships from 4,300 teu to Guangzhou Wenchong Shipyard
On the way an investment of 240 million
Deutsche Bahn would have solicited a group of potential bidders to submit proposals to acquire DB Schenker
New York
The invitation addressed, among others, to DSV, Maersk and MSC
Interferry calls on governments to use carbon tax revenues to equip the harbour quays of cold ironing
Corrigan : 'imperative that the extensive installation of OPS facilities is undertaken with urgency'
Training courses for GNV crews to avoid collisions with cetaceans and sea turtles
Made together with the research body Foundation CIMA, they also promote the protection of biodiversity
DP World and Rumo will carry out a new grain and fertilizer terminal in the port of Santos
Curitiba / Dubai
Expected an investment of nearly 500 million
Singaporean ONE will restructure the feeder service between the Adriatic and Egypt
You will include scals in Trieste and Piraeus
New rail services of Rail Cargo Group between Austria, Germany and Italy
Increase in the frequency of departures on the Duisburg-Villach-Lubiana line
Over 700mila crucierists approved in 2023 at Spezia spent a total of 71.2 million euros.
The Spezia
68.3% of this sum for the purchase of organized tours
Five more ULCV banchina cranes for the Malaysian port of Tanjung Pelepas
Gelang Patah
They have been ordered to Chinese ZPMC
On April 11, the sixth edition of the "Italian Port Days" will begin.
Also this year the project has been divided into two sessions : the first in the spring and the second from September 20 to October 20
Autonomous driving systems ensure benefits to self-driving companies and drivers, ensure from China
Deshun Logistics tests the technologies of Inceptio Technology in commercial travel
In the first half of 2024, the traffic in goods in the port of Taranto declined by -7.8% percent.
Decisive decline of -22.4% in February
The three days of a strike on the contract of the port workers will be on the road.
On Friday, a national demonstration will be held in Genoa
On April 16 in Nola, the national conference of the Union Interports Reunited
Event " Interports to the center. A strategic network for Italy "
Attic sold the ferry Express Skiathos for nine million euros
Built in 1996, it was ceded to 4Naver Shipholding
Suda's cretese port will be equipped with a new cruise terminal
Funds for the deepening of the basics of the Hellenic port of Stylida
Italian Ports:
Ancona Genoa Ravenna
Augusta Gioia Tauro Salerno
Bari La Spezia Savona
Brindisi Leghorn Taranto
Cagliari Naples Trapani
Carrara Palermo Trieste
Civitavecchia Piombino Venice
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On April 11, the sixth edition of the "Italian Port Days" will begin.
Also this year the project has been divided into two sessions : the first in the spring and the second from September 20 to October 20
On April 16 in Nola, the national conference of the Union Interports Reunited
Event " Interports to the center. A strategic network for Italy "
››› Meetings File
Le transport maritime national navigue à vue
(Aujourd'hui Le Maroc)
“Israel is facing silent sanctions”
(Globes - Israel's Business Arena)
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FORUM of Shipping
and Logistics
Relazione del presidente Mario Mattioli
Roma, 27 ottobre 2023
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VTTI and IKAV will acquire control of the LNG Adriatic regasification terminal
Rotterdam / Hamburg
Set up a consortium to acquire a majority of the capital
On April 16, the Conference of Instructional Services on the Project of the Bridge on the Strait of Messina
Participants will be made available to the design documentation
The construction of the new series of large garage ships of the elvetica Sallaum Lines began
In 2023, the ship repair activities in the Greek shipyards grew
The Piraeus
Work carried out on 651 ships (+ 9.8%)
New historical record of revenue of Chinese terminalist group COSCO Shipping Ports
Hong Kong
Last year it was closed with a net profit of 394.3 million (+ 0.9%)
The preliminary agreement for the sale of the "Il Secolo XIX" newspaper to the MSC group has been made official.
Turin / Geneva
Initiation of exclusive negotiations to enable the conduct of due diligence
State Railway Agreement-ESA for the application of space services technologies to logistics
In 2023, Interporto Padova recorded a 7.3% increase in the value of production.
Net profit to 2.9 million euros (+ 2.0%)
Sixth edition of the report on corridors and logistics efficiency of Contship and SRM
The former Works of the Manufacturing Firms of Lombardy, Emilia-Romagna and Veneto are already resorting to the former Works of Manufacturing.
Agreement to the Spezia for the use of hydrogen as fuel for rail maneuvers in port
The Spezia
It was initialed by the AdSP and Mercitalia Shunting & Terminal
Carnival orders Meyer Werft a fifth class cruise ship "Excel"
Will be taken in delivery in 2028
Brussels fears that Lufthansa's acquisition of ITA could limit competition
Communique the preliminary outcome of the investigation
The port community of La Spezia recalls Giorgio Bucchioni
The port community of La Spezia recalls Giorgio Bucchioni
The Spezia
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