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Old May 15th, 2010, 09:47 PM   #1
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EUROPE | Ports and Shipping News

EUROPE | Ports and Shipping News


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Main ports in europe (http://www.eurotraghetti.com/html/pr...uropa_con.html)

Main Ports in Albania

Durres Vlora

Main Ports in Belgium
Antwerp
Ghent
Ostend
Zeebrugge

Main Ports in Bulgaria

Varna

Main Ports in Croatia
Dubrovnik
Ploce
Rijeka
Split
Zadar

Popular Marinas in Denmark
Aabenraa
Aalborg
Aarhus
Copenhagen

Main Ports in Finland
Hamina
Helsinki
Kokkola
Kotka
Raahe
Turku

Main Ports in France
Bordeaux
Boulogne Sur Mer
Brest
Calais
Cherbourg
Dunkirk
Le Havre
La Rochelle
Lille
Marseilles
Nantes
Rouen
Bastia
Ajaccio
Calvi
Boniface
Ile Rousse

Main Ports in Germany
Hamburg
Bremen
Cuxhaven
Duisburg
Kiel
Lbeck
Rostock

Ports in Great Britain (England)
Barrow
Belfast
Bristol
Colchester
Dover
Garston
Immingham
Liverpool
London
Lowestoft
Newport
Plymouth
Port Talbot
Southampton
Teignmouth

Main Ports in Greece
Heraklion
Patras
Piraeus
Thessaloniki

Main Ports in Ireland
Dublin

Main Ports in Iceland
Akureyri
Reykjavik

Main Ports in Italy
Ancon
Bari
Cagliari
Catania
Civitavecchia
Genoa
La Spezia
Livorno
Messina
Naples
Olbia
Palermo
Piombino
Savona
Taranto
Trieste
Venice

Major ports in Norway
Borghavn
Larvik
Sola

Main Ports in Netherlands
Amsterdam
Delfzijl
Rotterdam

Major Ports in Poland
Gdansk
Handlowy
Odessa
Szczecin

Main Ports in Portugal
Lisbon
Setbal
Sines

Main Ports in Russia
St. Petersburg

Main Ports in Romania
Constancy

Main Ports in Serbia
Belgrade

Main Ports in Slovenia
Koper

Main Ports in Spain

Algeciras
Alicante
Barcelona
Bilbao
Cadiz
Cartagena
La Coruna
Las Palmas
Malaga
Melilla
Sevilla
Tarragona
Tenerife
Valencia
Vigo
Vilagarca
Ibiza
Palma de Mallorca


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List of Italian ports for passenger flow
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Porto | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | (in thousands)

Messina 9.802 10.834 9.959
Reggio Calabria 9.645 10.669
Napoli 6.084 6.804 8.988
Capri 3.860 4.940
Piombino 3.277 3.948 3.827
Olbia 3.253 3.665
Ischia 3.169 3.443
Portoferraio 2.829 3.198
Civitavecchia 2.099 2.500 3.807
La Maddalena 1.843 2.371
Palau 1.843 2.371
Genova 2.406 2.320 3.223
Livorno 2.103 2.166 2.995
Sorrento 1.558 2.101
Pozzuoli 1.437 1.650
Palermo 1.474 1.568 2.305
Bari 1.045 1.207 1.780
Ancona 1.484 1.561 1.524
Procida 1.000 1.173
Porto Torres 1.029 1.124
Golfo Aranci 994 1.072
Carloforte 978 1.007
Milazzo 1.622 906
Trapani 865 881
Lipari 1.486 879
Porto Santo Stefano (del Valle) 418 846
Venezia 1.259 683 1.503
Savona 814 383 1.075
Favignana 655 680
Portovesme 656 655
Casamicciola 558 631
Isola del Giglio 438 486
Salerno 367 404 517
Brindisi 536 420 422
Vulcano 560 402
Tremiti 212 384
Cagliari 403 363 393
Calasetta 331 353
Ponza 287 325
Formia 241 319
Positano 241 315
Amalfi 275 312
Santa Teresa di Gallura 255 266
Anzio np 265
Rio Marina np 235
Termoli np 206
Pozzallo np 107
Altri porti 2.830 2.586

Totale 78.753 85.984
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Old May 15th, 2010, 11:21 PM   #3
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List of Italian ports for flow of goods
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Porto 2006 2007 2008 (in thousands)

porto di Genova 56.323 57.190 53.372
porto di Trieste 48.167 46.116 48.279
porto di Taranto 49.434 47.221 43.270
porto di Cagliari-Sarroch 36.416 35.279 34.100
porto di Livorno 28.630 32.935 34.029
porto di Augusta 32.360 32.562
porto di Venezia 30.937 30.214 30.247
porto di Gioia Tauro 23.844 30.180
porto di Ravenna 26.771 26.304
porto di Messina-Milazzo 24.175 23.814
porto di Napoli 20.801 20.269 19.351
porto della Spezia 19.292 19.415 18.619
porto di Savona-Vado 16.502 16.051 15.653
porto di Olbia-G. Aranci 7.009 7.340 14.567
porto di Brindisi 10.497 10.535 12.869
porto di Salerno 8.635 10.893 9.777
porto di Ancona 9.232 9.157 9.427
porto di Piombino 8.979 9.002
porto di Civitavecchia 8.702 7.690 6.912
porto di Palermo 6.142 6.630 6.803
porto di Fiumicino 5.639 5.644 5.473
porto di Bari 5.216 5.555 5.093
porto di Monfalcone 4.527 4.412 4.022
porto di Catania 3.845 4.308
porto di Carrara 3.270 2.900
porto di Chioggia 2.669 2.600
porto di Pozzallo 1.266 1.514
porto Nogaro 1.206 1.456

Totale 497.866 511.724
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Old May 15th, 2010, 11:27 PM   #4
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Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham of the Bahamas revealed that the government signed a plan with 19 private shareholders to create a new container terminal from 65 million dollars in the village of Arawak Cay, on the basis of a public-private partnership.

The construction of new infrastructure will be connected to the realization of an inner harbor. The 19 companies involved are: Bahamas Marine International, Mosko's Vakis; Mosko's Ready Mix; Mail Boat Association, Mail Boat Company; Arawak Stevedoring; Cc Enterprise Bahamas, Blue Flag, Inter Island Feeder; Island Terminal Services, Tropical Shipping, Bahamas Hot Mix; Sea Truck Ltd, Betty K Agencies, Bahamas Ferries Tycoon Managements; Crowley Caribbean Services, Mediterranean Shipping Company and Seaboard Marine Bahamas.

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DELIVERY DELAY FOR LARGEST FERRY OF THE WORLD

The delivery of the ro-pax world's largest by German shipyards in Wismar was delayed by at least a week because of problems still unresolved. The ship, named Stena Hollandia, should have been released May 9 on the route Harwich - Hook by Stena. The first ship's departure was rescheduled for May 16. With sister Stena Britannica, which will be delivered in autumn, the new building will be 62,000 gt ro-pax largest in operation, with a capacity of 230 cars and 300 commercial vehicles. The lower berths for 1,376 passengers. The investment for the two vessels will more than $ 560 million.

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MAERSK Line return to profit

May 2010
The container line division of Danish group AP Moller - Maersk has closed the first quarter with a net income of $ 168 million against a loss of $ 581 million during the same period last year. The containers were transported 1.8 million against 1.5 million teus teus in the first quarter of 2009, while the average freight rates for 40 'containers have increased from $ 2,424 to $ 2,863. The increase of freight rates is that the volume was thus 18%. For the Group CEO, Nils Smedegaard Andersen, the recovery of freight rates was higher than expected, and should improve further in coming months mainly due to the increase in volumes and rates are transpacific. The group expected to return to profitability will close the year in profit. Despite the improvements of market conditions, the Group emphasizes the need to maintain balance between supply and demand. In the latter part of the first quarter kept inactive ships were out of service 17 for a capacity of about 72,000 teus.

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CMA-CGM and Maersk Line launches a new line
May 2010

The French company CMA CGM, and the Danish Maersk Line will launch in June a new service between Asia and North Europe, which will be deployed ten ships from over 13,000 teus capacity, including five CMA-CGM and Maersk Line five. The service is expected to climb Ningbo, Shanghai, Yantian, Tanjung Pelepas, Port Kelang, Le Havre, Hamburg, Rotterdam and Zeebrugge and back to Ningbo via Port Kelang and Singapore.

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Old May 17th, 2010, 11:02 AM   #9
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Main Ports in France
Bordeaux
Boulogne Sur Mer
Brest
Calais
Cherbourg
Dunkirk
Le Havre
La Rochelle
Lille
Marseilles
Nantes
Rouen
Bastia
Ajaccio
Calvi
Boniface
Ile Rousse

That's weird, Paris and Strasbourg are far more important river ports than Lille but aren't on that list.
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Major Ports in Poland
Gdansk
Handlowy
Odessa

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What?
first of all - "Handlowy" means "commercial", so it's hard to say which port they think about. Second - Odessa is located on the shore of the Black Sea and it's not Polish at all. Should be listed as Ukrainian port.

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That's weird, Paris and Strasbourg are far more important river ports than Lille but aren't on that list.
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What?
first of all - "Handlowy" means "commercial", so it's hard to say which port they think about. Second - Odessa is located on the shore of the Black Sea and it's not Polish at all. Should be listed as Ukrainian port.
I'm sorry, but that was i read on my source ().
Also italian ports are not "so exactly"....
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Old May 20th, 2010, 04:15 PM   #12
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FIRST QUARTER
SLOW DOWN HAMBURG
LOSING AND FEES


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In the first quarter ilo port of Hamburg handled 1.8 million TEUs, 4% less than the same period last year. Hamburg in the quarter has lost significant market shares for the benefit of all the competing ports of Rotterdam, Antwerp, Bremerhaven, Zeebrugge, which recorded significant increases over the same period last year. In the second quarter should rebalance the trend, with the launch of five new services between Asia and Europe.

The forecast for the second quarter is for growth on an annual basis by 10%. Compared to last year, the port of Hamburg has increased by 18% rail traffic to the level before the crisis. The overall handling of the airport was in the quarter to 28.6 million tons, 4.6% more than the same period last year.

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Hey Brick, nice thread.

However, in the first post the list of Major Ports in the United Kingdom is a little inaccurate, as most of those you list are only minor! A better list I've made of the Major ones include:

United Kingdom:
Liverpool
Felixstowe
Grimsby & Immingham
London
Medway
Southampton
Tees & Hartlepool
Forth
Milford Haven
Clyde + Glasgow
Belfast
Dover
Barrow-in-Furness
Portsmouth
Sullom Voe
Heysham
Manchester Ship Canal
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Thank you for correction
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MARSEILLE, FROM A CONTAINER MULTIPURPOSE
May 2010

The Port Authority of Marseille will convert the existing container terminal in Graveleau multipurpose wharf. According to the draft of the Authority, the terminal will continue to also handle containers, but will concentrate its activities mainly to other types of traffic. The six quay cranes for the terminal would be transferred to the new Fos 2XL container terminal, where all services will be focused full container. Activity of the new Fos 2XL container terminal, operated under concession by the French company CMA CGM, and the terminal operator DP World company, is scheduled for next year.

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LOUIS CRUISES SELLS THE 'AEGEAN PEARL'
May 2010

The company greek - Cypriot Louis Cruises continues the policy of fleet renewal with the sale of $ 19.5 million cruise ship's 'Aegean Pearl'. The ship, which is currently conducting cruises in the Aegean, with the last departure will mark the next Louis June 18, before moving on to new owners. The ship is 163 meters long and has 395 cabins with double occupancy, of which 261 inside and 134 outside.

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DRY BULK, ENHANCED EQUITY FOR NORDEN
May 2010


The Danish company Norden, listed on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange, ended the first quarter with a profit before tax of $ 79 million versus $ 15 million a year ago. Despite market weakness, the quarter was good for both dry cargo division for both the tanker division. For the next three years, Norden has order 55 new development, including ownership and rental with purchase option. About half the ships in order to enter the fleet during the current year.

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ECT Rotterdam extends Moerdijk
May 2010

The company terminal operator ECT (Hutchison Port Holdings) in Rotterdam has formed a joint venture with Combined Cargo Terminal Moerdijk. The new company, Moerdijk Container Terminal (MCT), plans to increase the current volumes handled in Moerdijk from the current 150,000 to around one million teus teus a year.

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