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Murder on board the MSC Giannina, two Ukrainian sailors released

Genoa - The two Ukrainian sailors who were accused of killing Yuri Kharytonov, the captain of the MSC Giannina, have been released.

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Freight on rails: new records for La Spezia

Genoa - Along with Trieste, La Spezia is the Italian port that has the highest rate of use of the rail modality.

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Suez Authority extends toll cuts for dry bulkers

Port Said - The Suez Canal Authority has extended the discount offered to dry bulk vessels back in April 2017 until the end of 2018. Specifically, a 75% rebate of the canal transit tolls is being offered to laden or ballast dry bulk vessels coming or heading to ports at South West, South and East of Australia

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“How RAM will serve to relaunch logistics” / INTERVIEW

Naples - Although he has accumulated titles and presidencies and held prestigious positions throughout in his life, he is still known to everyone as “the professor,” a title to which Ennio Cascetta is particularly attached.He calls himself a perfectionist, and admittedly not an easy personality

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DP World invested US $1-billion in 2017

Dubai - Growing global trade opportunities, diversifying its business across the supply chain and exploring smart innovation technologies were key strands of DP World’s operations in 2017 which included over US $1 billion in capital expenditure year to date

FlyValan takes off on 23 January only to Trieste
Lufthansa offers 300 million for Alitalia
Pakistan fruit cargo opens corridor to Russia via Iran
Shanghai port handling capacity breaks record

Shanghai port handling capacity breaks record

Shanghai - The annual handling capacity of Shanghai Port surpassed 40 million TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units) on Friday, breaking an existing world record, according to the Shanghai International Port Group.

Bombardier wins an order from EgyptAir

Bombardier wins an order from EgyptAir

Montreal - Canadian aircraft manufacturer Bombardier on Friday announced the sale of 12 C Series aircraft to EgyptAir in a deal worth US$1.1 billion. The company said it signed a letter of intent last month for the sale of the 160-seat CS300 planes, with an option for another 12

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