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Exim India web site
MARCH 5, 2024
  • DP World launches multimodal service 'SARAL-2' connecting Chennai to Delhi-NCR
  • MOL Chemical Tankers completes acquisition of Fairfield Chemical Carriers
  • World Bank partners in workshop to boost logistics efficiency
  • IFSCA seeks nod for foreign flag ships from GIFT City
  • Global standard contract for transport and installation of offshore wind turbines being worked on
  • Houthis threaten more attacks
  • Weighment of self sealed export containers in Central Parking Plaza
  • Minister dedicates first-ever Made-in-India ASTDS tug
  • Exporters to declare emissions on EU default value
  • HMM collaborates with Hellmann Worldwide Logistics for sustainability initiatives using Green Sailing Service
  • DP World inks partnership agreement for renewable energy systems across its port operations in the Middle East & Africa
  • Saudi Ports Authority recognised for its Quality Management System
  • OOCL in agreement to provide refrigerated ocean transport utilising electric field technology to realise long-term preservation
  • Port officers at Nantes-Saint Nazaire to strike

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International Transport Journal web site
MARCH 5, 2024
  • Kicking off tri-partite cooperation in Liege
  • Train service replaces Red Sea route
  • Sorting out the sorting process
  • Girteka: driving development in Poland
  • New Orleans: transloading park to open in summer
  • Ammonia fuel study initiated
  • An MRO partnership for the Silk Road
  • Packing parcels in Poznan
  • UK to modernise 38 truck stops
  • We need you!
  • Trelleborg's new piloting tool
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Resilinc: new CMO and CCO
  • Turning up the heat for freezing Icelanders
  • A new project for Kansas City
  • FMH Group joins Australia's top five
  • Seafreight sustainability partnership
  • More money for number one

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The Loadstar web site
MARCH 4, 2024
  • Rubymar sinks, with cargo of fertiliser a threat to Red Sea ecosystem
  • Kuehne pounded, out of Schenker auction - but jumbo 'sale will help us'
  • CMA CGM containership cargo 'for Pakistan military' seized in India
  • Cainiao sets up HK-Liege e-commerce air link with Saudia Cargo and WFS
  • Geodis - show me the cash, please!
  • Liner heavyweights sail in for some tough transpacific contract talks
  • HMM should use surplus cash to double size of its box ship fleet
  • OceanX: Logistics thoughts on Kuehne vs CMA CGM vs M�rsk, among others...
  • Full steam ahead for major expansion of Eurasian rail freight traffic
  • Tim Martin and Françoise Russo join Aramex leadership team
  • Bolloré's Thierry Ehrenbogen becomes CMA CGM's SVP of development

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Marine Log web site
MARCH 4, 2024
  • Airbus ship heads for Mobile, powered by suction sails
    The decision by Airbus and Louis Dreyfus Armateurs (LDA) to install Norsepower rotorsails on their three next-generation newbuilds is just one part of the story on how the two are looking to
  • MSC containership struck by Houthi missile
    An MSC containership has become the latest vessel to be damaged in a Houthi attack. U.K. Maritime Trade Operations today issued a report at 1500 UTC on an incident 91 nautical miles
  • Ingalls completes acceptance trials of final Flight I LPD
    Huntington Ingalls Industries (NYSE: HII) reports that its Ingalls Shipbuilding division has successfully completed the acceptance trials of amphibious transport dock Richard M. McCool Jr. (LPD 29), the final Flight I LPD

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Container News web site
MARCH 4, 2024
  • CMA CGM applies PSS from Indian Sub, Middle East Gulf, Red Sea and Egypt to US
    CMA CGM has announced the implementation of a new Peak Season Surcharge (PSS) starting from 20 March, until further notice. This surcharge will apply to all types of cargo originating from the Indian Subcontinent, Middle East Gulf, Red Sea and Egypt to the US East Coast and US Gulf. The surcharge amount will be US$1,000 per unit. If you liked this post, please consider donating The post appeared
  • Port of Virginia opens wider channel for giga container ships
    Port of Virginia's wider shipping channel is now operational for accommodating the two-way passage of ultra-large container vessels (ULCV), resulting in a reduction of up to 15% in the time these vessels spend at berth. The widening of the channel is a component of the port's strategic infrastructure investment plan totalling US$1.4 billion, aimed at enhancing efficiency, accommodating larger car
  • Port of Long Beach unveils two new fireboat stations
    On 1 March 2024, officials commemorated the opening of two newly constructed fireboat stations at the Port of Long Beach. These stations mark a significant improvement in the Long Beach Fire Department's ability to respond to emergencies both on the water and on land, providing enhanced safety for ships, cargo, and waterfront personnel. Known as Fireboat Station 15 and Fireboat Station 20, these
  • What is a Parcel Locker in an Apartment Building?
    Parcel Locker in an apartment building - this is an automated system of mailboxes for receiving and sending mail, as well as various goods. This device is designed to provide convenience to residents and improve mail delivery efficiency. Typically, Parcel Locker is installed in public areas of an apartment building, for example, in entrances or garden areas. What is a Parcel Locker? As a rule, a
  • CMA CGM, Shanghai International Port Group extend Terminal Stevedoring Agreement
    French shipping company CMA CGM and the terminal operator Shanghai International Port Group (SIPG) jointly held a strategic Terminal Stevedoring Agreement (TSA) extension signing ceremony on 28 February in Shanghai, China. The cooperation between the two parties has yielded positive results over the recent years, according to the statement, and several achievements have been made in areas such as
  • Schedule reliability insights: CMA CGM climbs to the top
    Sea-Intelligence has released the 150th edition of the Global Liner Performance (GLP) report, featuring schedule reliability data up to and including January 2024. "Source: Sea-Intelligence.com, GLP Report, issue 150" Amidst the ongoing Red Sea crisis, global schedule reliability witnessed a decline, with a month-on-month drop of -5.1 percenta
  • Samskip and Cochin Shipyard begin zero-emission container vessel construction
    Samskip, a provider of global logistics solutions, and the market-leading shipyard Cochin Shipyard in India have commenced the construction phase of their next-generation zero-emission shortsea container vessel, the Samskip SeaShuttle. "When it comes to sustainability, we believe in transparency, setting goals and taking responsibility. Yesterday, at our event, we introduced our Sustainability Co
  • CMA CGM and Nike forge agreement for sustainable shipping solutions
    Nike, a global leader in the apparel and sportswear sector, has recently forged an agreement with French ocean carrier CMA CGM to purchase eco-friendly biofuel for a part of its maritime shipping needs. This strategic move signifies a significant step towards decarbonizing Nike's supply chain. Beginning 1 July 2023, until 31 May 2024, Nike plans to utilize sustainable biofuel for transporting 36%
  • Kalmar to deliver first electric mobile equipment fleet for ITC in Australia
    Cargotec-owned Kalmar has finalized a deal with Intermodal Terminal Company (ITC), an Australian operator, to provide six Kalmar Electric Reachstackers and two Kalmar Electric Empty Container Handlers. These machines will be deployed at ITC's upcoming Somerton Intermodal Terminal in Melbourne, Victoria, a multipurpose terminal currently under construction. This contract, which also encompasses a
  • HMM and Hellmann cooperate to reduce Scope 3 emissions
    HMM has collaborated with Hellmann Worldwide Logistics to manage Scope 3 emissions by implementing the Green Sailing Service, a low-carbon transportation solution aimed at reducing carbon emissions. This initiative empowers the decrease of carbon footprint and tackles Scope 3 emissions with efficiency. The methodology behind this service is guided by PwC Korea. "We are delighted to experience one
  • Contrasting period for container spot and contract markets - Way forward outlook
    The latest quote by the Drewry World Container Index (WCI) voiced the correction in spot prices after the massive 138% swing in 6 weeks witnessed between 15 December 2023 and 30 January 2024. The WCI registered a 5% loss for the week, and at US$3,493 ended at a six week low. But in February though, the index lost over 8% with the primary laggards being the China- Europe and China-Mediterranean tr
  • Container carriers face US$1.4 trillion decarbonisation bill
    US consultancy AlixPartners has said in its 2024 report that container shipping has very high carbon dioxide emissions, and the liner industry has to spend US$1.4 trillion to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. Targeted investment and conversion to alternative-fuel propulsion systems will be inadequate to achieve the mandated 20% reduction by 2030, but net zero by 2050 remains within reach-barely-
  • ICTSI's Manila terminal rebrands
    International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI)-owned Manila Harbor Center (MHC) has unveiled a new name, logo and website as part of a strategic rebranding initiative. MHC, the largest and busiest international bulk and breakbulk operations in the Philippines, has rebranded to Manila Multipurpose Terminal. ICTSI took ownership of the Manila Multipurpose Terminal in 2021. Under ICTSI's ma
  • CMA CGM implements new rates from Europe to Latin America and Carribean
    French shipping line CMA CGM has unveiled updated Freight All Kinds (FAK) rates, effective from 1 April 2024, from Europe to Latin America and the Caribbean. The following rates will be applicable for shipments from North Europe and the Mediterranean to destinations in the Caribbean, Central America, West Coast South America, and East Coast South America, except Mexico. Amounts in € (Euros) - Fro
  • CMA CGM moves to Augusta port in Sicily
    CMA CGM Group has announced it will move its activities from the Italian terminal in Catania, Sicily to the nearby port of Augusta, as the local Port Authority, covering Catania, Augusta and Pozallo, has decided to terminate container activity at the Catania terminal and relocate all activity for all container carriers to their terminal at Augusta. This transition will be effective at the end of

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Splash web site
MARCH 4, 2024
  • Capital Product Partners continues boxship sell-off
    US-listed Capital Product Partners has offloaded three more containerships as it works towards becoming an LNG carrier pure-play. The Evangelos Marinakis diversified owner is selling the 2015-built 9,300 teu Akadimos and the 2008-built 5,100 teu sister vessels Fos Express and Seattle Express. In November last year, Capital Product Partners announced plans to buy 11 LNG ...
  • Western Bulk appoints interim chief executive
    Norwegian dry bulk operator Western Bulk Chartering has appointed board member Ørjan Svanevik as interim chief executive officer. Svanevik, the former director and chief operating officer at John Fredriksen's Setankers Management, joined Western Bulk's board last August. He will keep his position as he takes over from Hans Aasn�s following the news of his stepping ...
  • World's largest floating solar project to become part of OranjeWind
    The Nautical Sunrise consortium partners are looking to create the world's largest offshore floating solar (OFS) power installation offshore the Netherlands. Research and development on the OFS systems and the components of the €8.4m ($9.1m) project, supported by €6.8m from the Horizon Europe programme, has already started. The project will enable the large-scale deployment and ...
  • Diana Shipping charters out ice-class panamax to Louis Dreyfus
    New York-listed Greek bulker owner Diana Shipping has entered into a time charter contract with Louis Dreyfus Company Freight for one of its ice-class panamax bulkers. Louis Dreyfus hired the 2014-built, 77,525 dwt bulker. The gross charter rate is $13,900, minus a 5% commission paid to third parties, for a period of a minimum ...
  • New benchmark set with sale of Norwegian VLCC
    The sale of a Norwegian-flagged VLCC has set a new benchmark as tanker values continue to climb. The Korean-built, eight-year-old 299,998 dwt has been sold to undisclosed interests for $98.5m. The ship was owned by Norwegian heavyweights, Awilco and TRF. According to Clarksons Research, the firm price shows that values for semi-modern tonnage are up ...
  • Rubymar's sinking poses 'major environmental crisis' in the Red Sea
    The Red Sea shipping crisis has entered a new chapter with the sinking of the bulk carrier early on Saturday morning. The insurance situation regarding the Lebanese-owned, Greek-managed, Belize-registered ship remains unclear. The vessel has become the first constructive total loss since the Houthis from Yemen started their campaign against merchant shipping five months ago ...
  • Joint investigation points to identity of tug owner involved in Tobago oil spill
    In the hunt to find the owners of a tug and a barge responsible for one of the Caribbean's worst oil spills in recent years, a joint investigation carried out by Bellingcat and the Trinidad & Tobago Guardian has laid the finger of blame on a Panama-registered company called Melaj Offshore. According to Bellingcat, a ...
  • Record TPM opens as 'difficult' transpacific contract negotiations get underway
    The fortunes of the container market will become clearer this week as close to 4,000 delegates descend on Long Beach for the 24th edition of TPM, the sector's top annual event. The summit, which runs from Sunday to Wednesday, brings together lines and shippers to hammer out contracts and comes at a time where container ...
  • Trafigura inks debut VLCCs order
    One of the world's largest charterers Trafigura is addressing the market shortage of modern supertanker tonnage by signing up to build its first VLCCs. The Singapore-headquartered global commodities trader has contracted Jiangsu New Hantong Ship Heavy Industry in China for the construction of two 319,000 dwt crude carriers, delivering in July and September of 2026. ...
  • Secondhand ship prices and sales volumes scale heights
    Secondhand tanker and bulker prices are at highs not seen for more than a decade, with owners scrambling for all available tonnage, pushing secondhand prices close to newbuild levels. According to Clarksons Research, secondhand tanker prices are at a 15-year high, while secondhand bulk carrier prices are at close to the peak experienced in the ...
  • Marinakis books pricey LNG carriers
    Evangelos Marinakis' Capital Group has been revealed as the owner behind a high-priced order for four liquefied natural gas carriers at Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries. Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering (KSOE), a holding entity overseeing the shipyards of South Korea's conglomerate HD Hyundai, announced the deal with an undisclosed shipowner for 174,000 cu m units ...
  • Meadway Bulkers returns to Japan for more orders
    Greek owner and operator Meadway Bulkers has strengthened its shipbuilding programme at Japanese shipyards with two handysize bulk carriers at Namura. The George Dellaportas-led outfit has revealed a pair of 40,050 dwt units with delivery in the first quarter of 2026 for an undisclosed price, adding to another 40,000 dwt newbuild set to join the ...
  • Ray Car Carriers splurges $268m on pair of Korean newbuilds
    Ray Car Carriers has boosted its orderbook with two more newbuilds contracted in South Korea. The Abraham Rami Ungar-controlled owner has returned to Hyundai Mipo Dockyard in Ulsan for a 7,500 ceu pair, delivering by May 2028. The order worth about $268m follows four 7,700 ceu LNG capable units booked last year, with delivery due ...
  • Live Animal Export: An experimental double take as the Bahijah tries again
    Dr Lynn Simpson, a well-known former live export veterinarian, on the long journey ahead for thousands of animals heading from Australia to Israel via the west coast of Africa. This past weekend the Dareen rounded Yemen within missile range, then passed the Rubymar as she slid under the sea

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Lloyd's List web site
MARCH 4, 2024
  • Houthis unlikely to halt Red Sea attacks despite ceasefire, former US Secretary of Defense says
    'Good reason to doubt the Houthis' word', former CIA director and US Secretary of Defense tells Journal of Commerce TPM...
  • MSC ship hit in latest Houthi attack
    Liberia-flagged, 2,169 teu containership MSC Sky II is the latest victim of Houthi attacks. Militants continue to target commercial ships in...
  • Capital Product sheds more boxships as it doubles down on gas shipping
    First four disposals expected to swell owner's cash kitty by about $81m
  • Yildirim: I told Jacques Saadé box lines must work together
    Metals, ports and shipping tycoon Robert Yildirim's 2011 rescue of CMA CGM paid off handsomely in the past two years...
  • Global Ship Lease remains unfazed by uncertain box market outlook
    Legacy charters from container market supercycle and recent tightening of supply and demand help US-listed owner to strong fourth quarter...
  • The week in charts: Alternative-fuel newbuilding orders decline | Red Sea crisis pains Piraeus | War halves Ukraine's maritime trade | Container rates slide
    A slowdown in liner alt-fuel orders has led to commodity carriers making up the greater share of newbuilding orders in...
  • The week in newbuildings: Dry cargo carriers and tankers dominate
    Newbuilding contracts for 24 dry cargo carriers, 16 tankers and four vehicle carriers recorded in the past week, all at...
  • Stephenson Harwood hires two partners from Ince & Co Middle East
    New recruits specialise in dispute resolution
  • US fund takes legal fight against CMB's Euronav takeover to Belgium
    US fund FourWorld Capital Management, which recently bought a 2.4% stake in Euronav and is seeking a settlement from CMB...
  • Record volumes of Russian oil shipped outside the West's reach after sanctions crackdown
    Just 39% of tankers calling at Russian ports over February had marine insurance with the International Group of P&I clubs...
  • Marsh expands Ukraine facility to cover all non-military cargoes
    Arrangement allows underwriters to quote extra premiums at steep discount to market rates while still making a commercial profit
  • Hanwha completes HSD Engine takeover to boost green marine propulsion
    Hanwha Group says the acquisition will let the conglomerate offer broader services from shipbuilding to engine production, and to strengthen...
  • VLCC recovery could be at risk on ordering rush, Poten cautions
    While VLCC rates are expected to remain strong in until 2025, the future market will not be smooth sailing
  • Daily Briefing
    Is shipping's decarbonisation revolution about to start slow steaming? | The mess of EU ETS compliance: 'No pub, no beer'...

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The Journal of Commerce web site
MARCH 4, 2024
  • Slync's technology finds new home in consulting group led by industry veteran
    The saga of embattled technology vendor Slync may have reached a final chapter with its technology assets being acquired by a consulting group that works with importers and exporters.
  • Growing project backlogs a silver lining for EPCs amid mixed profit results
    Four EPC majors -- Fluor, KBR, TechnipFMC and Worley -- reported double-digit growth in order backlogs and say they are optimistic about continued revenue momentum into 2024.
  • Driven by shipper needs, land rush reconfiguring US LTL sector, terminals
    Changing shipping requirements and competitive pressures are reshaping US less-than-truckload networks and LTL terminals themselves at an unprecedented rate.

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TradeWinds web site
MARCH 4, 2024
  • Global Ship Lease sees term charter appetite growing amid Red Sea crisis
    Larger ships could find two- to three-year contracts as freight rates rise
  • The deal that wasn't: Scorpio not a seller of tanker quintet
    Confusion appears to drive market chatter in wake of earlier Wayzata deal
  • Capesize spot rates climb to 11-week high as Australia and Brazil iron ore volumes surge
    Miners feast on slimming tonnage, but futures lose steam in backwardated market
  • Dragnis family firm Goldenport returns to capesize segment as market sizzles
    Diversified Greek shipowner picks up a 13-year-old vessel as bulker S&P surges
  • Anxious about ammonia: BW LPG chief cautious on gas shipping's hot ticket newbuildings
    CEO notes growing orderbook for specialist ships and questions what will happen if ammonia projects do not materialise
  • Fire on container ship targeted by twin Houthi rocket strike
    Crew fighting fire on MSC Sky II after rocket hits accommodation block
  • Capital Product Partners offloads container ship trio as sell-off extends
    Boxship divestments form part of Marinakis-controlled company's ongoing transformation into an LNG pure-play
  • Houthis attack damages container ship south of Yemen
    Vessel was reported to have been hit during voyage to Dijbouti
  • Svitzer brings in former Torm executive as 450-strong fleet prepares to split from Maersk
    Towage giant also adds former banker Michael Nass Nielsen to strengthen top team
  • Sanctions squeeze leads Russia to surprise cuts in crude exports
    Opec+ countries say they will continue their oil cuts into the second quarter of 2024
  • IMO offers support as ship sunk by Houthis sparks pollution fears
    Questions remain over whether pollution containment operation will be practical or safe
  • Airbus-chartered Louis Dreyfus Armateurs ship gets suctions sails
    The Ville de Bordeaux has three Bound4Blue suction sails installed in Spain
  • Clarksons wargames Middle East twists as uncertainty stalks shipping
    UK broker has mapped out various scenarios as Middle East crisis continues
  • Nigeria's giant Dangote refinery seeks term deal for tanker to bring in crude
    Facility near Lagos tenders for three-month contract, with three months of options
  • Stephenson Harwood boosts Middle East presence with addition of seven-strong Ince law team
    UK-headquartered firm brings in Mohamed El Hawawy, Khurram Ali and others from collapsed rival
  • 'Euphoria' grips dry cargo S&P as spending hits highest level since global financial crisis
    Secondhand deals abound as strong freight market fuels shipowner confidence
  • Gunvor fined $661m over Petroecuador corruption scandal
    Senior official at state-backed oil company was paid off with 18-carat gold watch
  • VLCC mega-deal paying off for Frontline with $3bn value in sight for ex-Euronav vessels
    John Fredriksen company already $250m in the money on deal to add 24 modern tankers
  • CMA CGM bid for Wincanton hits the buffers after board backs rival offer
    French carrier left ruing its logistics options after higher offer from US-based GXO
  • World's first absolute zero-emission container ship set to be ordered by start-up
    Dannielle Southcott founded Veer with a vision to revolutionise container shipping
  • VLCC mega-deal paying off for Frontline with $3bn value in sight for ex-Euronav tankers
    John Fredriksen company already $250m in the money on deal to add 24 modern tankers
  • Tsakos tied to shuttle tanker order at SHI backed by contract with oil major
    Greek shipowner is said to have ordered the conventionally fuelled high-spec crude carrier against charter
  • Clarksons eyes growth in all regions around 'powerhouse' London, says Andi Case
    Clarksons boss outlines plans for expansion in 2024
  • Turkish shipowner Manta takes top dollar on lucrative LPG carrier asset play
    Mid-sized carrier said to be changing hands after doubling in value in just five years
  • Tsakos tied to shuttle tanker order at Samsung backed by charter with oil major
    The Greek shipowner is said to have ordered the conventionally fuelled high-spec crude carrier against charter
  • Ex-Shell shipping boss Grahaeme Henderson launches 'golden rules' safety coalition
    Former Shell executive steering Together in Safety's campaign to save seafarer lives
  • Western Bulk names ex-Seatankers man as new interim chief executive
    Interim chief executive has long experience within corporate finance
  • MAN Energy Solutions set to deliver first ammonia engine this year
    CEO Uwe Lauber is not expecting green ammonia supply to scale up before 2030
  • Poten warns of VLCC ordering surge with shifting oil demand dynamics in Asia
    Broker says shift in Asian oil demand a key factor that could impact demand for larger tankers
  • Major Euronav investor intensifies fight against Saverys takeover
    'Event-driven' investment adviser FourWorld now wants CMB to raise its bid on Euronav shares in Belgium
  • Dubai's International Shipping & Logistics sends panamax bulker for recycling
    Pakistan grabs ISL Star, while India and Bangladesh buy up industry minnows to get tonnage on the beach before Ramadan
  • MOL Chemical Tankers completes $400m takeover of Fairfield Chemical Carriers
    MOLCT now controls a fleet of 117 chemical tankers
  • Dubai's International Shipping & Logistics sends panamax bulker for recycling
    Pakistan grabs ISL Star while India and Bangladesh buy up industry minnows to get tonnage on the beach before Ramadan
  • Poten urges caution following VLCC newbuilding order surge
    Broker says change in focus of oil demand growth in Asia among factors that will impact demand for larger tankers
  • Does artificial intelligence put maritime jobs at risk?
    Efficiency will help shipping professionals focus less on repetitive tasks and more on things that matter, experts say

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American Shipper web site
MARCH 4, 2024
  • UPS adds twin-bay maintenance hangar at Worldport hub
    The UPS maintenance division is moving into a new hangar, capable of supporting 747 jumbo jets, at its global air hub in Louisville, Kentucky.

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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.
Venice
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
Madrid
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.
London
Recrudescence of Somali piracy
Assshipowners, well the decree that delegates security checks to recognized bodies
Rome
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
Balboa
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.
Miami
Past the historic peak of the pre-pandemic year of 2019
Updating the rules governing the berth service
Rome
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
Copenhagen
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
Miami
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
Brussels
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
Batumi
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
Naples
Expected the processing of 20-25 vessels each year
Switzerland will finance the construction of an intermodal terminal in Domodossola
Bern
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
Rome
Today in Genoa, the final national manifestation
Meeting in Brussels to avert the negative impact on EU ports of the ETS Directive
Brussels
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%
Ravenna
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
Moscow
Expected 150 million tonnes per annum by 2030
The Greek group Attica is set to record a new historical record of revenues.
Kallithea
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
Brussels
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
Genoa
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
Kaohsiung
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
Rome
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
Gorinchem
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
Genoa
The pose is scheduled in May
The regasification terminal FSRU Toscana left Livorno direct to Genoa
Livorno
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
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
Rome
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%
Rome
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
Genoa
They are intended for the welfare and socialization of seafarers in transit in the Superba
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Germany's Dachser has acquired the compatriate Brummer Logistik
Kempten
The company specializes in the logistics of perishable products
In the first quarter of 2024, Evergreen's revenues increased by 32.6% percent.
Taipei
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
Cyvitavecchia
Passenger of line services growing by 10.0%
RINA will collaborate on the sustainable development of ports and shipping of Indonesia
Genoa
Contract with the World Bank
In Udine the Officine Rotable Maintenance of FVG Rail has been equipped with a lawn back in fossa
Procedure
Interporto Padova's assembly to merge for incorporation of the Zip Consortium
Padova
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
Izmir
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
Victoria
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
Genoa
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
Singapore
You will include scals in Trieste and Piraeus
New rail services of Rail Cargo Group between Austria, Germany and Italy
Vienna
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.
Rome
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
Shanghai
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.
Taranto
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.
Rome
On Friday, a national demonstration will be held in Genoa
On April 16 in Nola, the national conference of the Union Interports Reunited
Nola
Event " Interports to the center. A strategic network for Italy "
Attic sold the ferry Express Skiathos for nine million euros
Athens
Built in 1996, it was ceded to 4Naver Shipholding
Suda's cretese port will be equipped with a new cruise terminal
Drapetsona
Funds for the deepening of the basics of the Hellenic port of Stylida
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Augusta Gioia Tauro Salerno
Bari La Spezia Savona
Brindisi Leghorn Taranto
Cagliari Naples Trapani
Carrara Palermo Trieste
Civitavecchia Piombino Venice
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MEETINGS
On April 11, the sixth edition of the "Italian Port Days" will begin.
Rome
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
Nola
Event " Interports to the center. A strategic network for Italy "
››› Meetings File
PRESS REVIEW
Le transport maritime national navigue à vue
(Aujourd'hui Le Maroc)
“Israel is facing silent sanctions”
(Globes - Israel's Business Arena)
››› Press Review File
FORUM of Shipping
and Logistics
Relazione del presidente Mario Mattioli
Roma, 27 ottobre 2023
››› File
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
Rome
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
Sarnen
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
Rome
In 2023, Interporto Padova recorded a 7.3% increase in the value of production.
Padova
Net profit to 2.9 million euros (+ 2.0%)
Sixth edition of the report on corridors and logistics efficiency of Contship and SRM
Melzo
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"
Miami
Will be taken in delivery in 2028
Brussels fears that Lufthansa's acquisition of ITA could limit competition
Brussels
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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