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Maersk to produce eco-friendly fuel

Copenaghen - Maersk Oil Trading, owned by the Maersk Group, and Koole Terminals have announced the signing of an agreement to produce IMO 2020-compliant bunker fuel


UK discovers heroin haul hidden in shipment

London - Police have made the largest-ever seizure of heroin in Britain after discovering drugs with a street value of over 120 million pounds (130 million dollars) hidden in a shipment of towels and bathrobes

cruise and ferries

Duferco revamps Venis Cruise project

Genoa - Now that the Council of State has rejected the appeal by the Venice Port Authority, and that a new government is about to settle in Rome, the “Venis Cruise” project, for a new cruise terminal in Venice outside its lagoon

road rail air transport

Milvio appointed as new CFO Autostrade per l’Italia

Milan - Alberto Milvio has been appointed as chief financial officerof Autostrade per l’Italia (ASPI) in place of Giancarlo Guenzi who had held this office since 2007 and who continues to hold the position of Vice-Chairman of the company with responsibility for Finance and the position of CFO of Atlantia


Spanish warship goes aground

La Manga - The Spanish Navy minesweeper “Turia” went aground Tuesday morning off La Manga, a narrow peninsula near Cartagena, Spain. The vessel was engaged in a search for a downed Spanish Air Force C-101 training jet at the time of the casualty

oil and energy

Saras starts bunkering in two Italian ports

Cagliari - Italian refiner Saras is introducing bunkering services at the Italian ports of Sarroch and Cagliari. Starting from September 1, bunkering operations would take place at specific dedicated areas of the ports with the refiner offering a complete range of marine fuels

shipyard and offshore

Fincantieri launches “Silver Moon” in Ancona

Trieste - The launching ceremony of “Silver Moon”, the second of three new ultra-luxury cruise ships that Fincantieri is building for Silversea Cruises took place yesterday at the Ancona yard. The vessel will enter the ship owner’s fleet in 2020


Piraeus leads Cosco’s overseas ports

Beijing - Cosco Shipping Ports Limited, the world’s leading ports operator, yesterday announced interim results of the Company and its subsidiaries for the six months ended 30 June 2019. Revenue was US$ 517.9 million +4.5% yoy


Amico’s “largest ship lift”

Genoa -The off-ramp for the largest “yacht elevator” in the Mediterranean has been completed, works should be finished by October.


Australia charges Norwegian shipping firm

Sydney - Australia’s corporate regulator said on Friday it has charged Norwegian shipping company, Wallenius Wilhelmsen Ocean AS with criminal cartel conduct


“Britain must avoid a no-deal Brexit”

London - “A scenario in which we leave the EU without a deal remains the most disruptive of all possible outcomes,” says the UK Chamber of Shipping’s chief executive, Bob Sanguinetti.


CMA CGM will not use the Northern Sea Route

Marseille - CMA CGM has said it will not use the Arctic Sea Route. The group has announced this major move together with the decision to give priority to liquefied natural gas to power its future ships


Britain and South Korea sign post-Brexit treaty

Seoul - South Korea signed a free trade agreement with Britain on Thursday, a step to help maintain the continuity of their trade and economic ties even after London’s departure from the European Union


Boskalis’s results tainted by offshore projects

Rotterdam - Dutch dredging and heavylift company Boskalis has reported a significant decline in its operating result in the first half of 2019. The half-year results are burdened by offshore projects