“Determined to reunite Italy’s shipowners” / INTERVIEW
“Chiquita says goodbye to banana ships and expands into containers” / INTERVIEW
Bono: “Fincantieri is looking to Germany” / INTERVIEW
“Unless we invest, we will be cut out of traffic” / INTERVIEW


“Ravenna will be the natural gas hub in the Adriatic” / INTERVIEW
“Investments in cold logistics are secure” / INTERVIEW
“How RAM will serve to relaunch logistics” / INTERVIEW
Spediporto (Genoa): working with Hong Kong as one association


Merkel’s rival insists he can win German election, attacks Trump
The Middle East, a testing ground for the insurance sector / INTERVIEW
Iran says oil exports still constrained post-sanctions / INTERVIEW
“OPEC members increasingly keen to end oil glut” / INTERVIEW

Green & Tech

Saimare focuses on IT and staff training / INTERVIEW
“Shipping stands ready to face challenges posed by cybercrime” / INTERVIEW
“Beware of microfragments poisoning the sea” / INTERVIEW
“Ship fumes can prevent hurricanes”

“Ship fumes can prevent hurricanes”

Rotterdam - Emission limits for ships increasingly attract the ire of shipowners, particularly the one kicking in in 2015 in the SECA (Sulphur Emission Controlled Areas: 0,1% sulphur in fumes) areas of the North Sea and the Baltic