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Old May 22nd, 2010, 09:22 PM   #21
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European Maritime Day
May 2010

Are underway in Gijn, Spain, the European Maritime Day celebrations with conferences, exhibitions and debates in the exhibition of "Laboral Ciudad de la Cultura" with showcases and exhibitions devoted to the art and the sea. The theme of the third European Maritime Day is innovation, with more than 50 workshops focused on the six directives given dall'Integrated Maritime Policy, namely: sustainable economic growth, employment, innovation, policy and sustainable governance of cross-sea basins. The first edition of the event was held in Brussels, the second last year in Rome. The economy of the sea across Europe is around 448 billion euros and employs approximately 4.8 million people. Italy, which has in this sector one of its excellence, has a more than significant: a production value of the maritime approximately 40mld euro and a number of employees, direct and indirect, of just under 400 thousand. Of particular relevance to the fact that these activities are characterized by a strong added value, with an average of 110 thousand euros per employee up to a peak of 290 000 euros. All this and the importance of the sea economy such as ours must change the public is well aware that politics and administration, and pay close attention to ensure continuity of investment that kind of infrastructure or that strengthen the international competitiveness of Italian maritime activities. Italy is present in Gjion with a delegation that includes all sectors. In Italy the European Maritime Day will involve ten cities: Genoa (28-30 May) and Ucina Seatec held the convention "Nautica Italian: Industry, Tourism and Environment. A La Maddalena (28 May) competition for students "Adopt a Beach". Rome (20-26 May) the cycle of conferences "The value of the sea" at the dell'Ipsema, in response to Naples from September 30 to October 5, 35 years and the anniversary of the founding of the "International Library Sea "(May 17 to 29). In Trieste a "maritime symposium" entitled "Structural measures and policies for the delineation of new maritime career paths and professional skills" (May 19). In Palermo, between 17 and 23 May, there will be guided tours of the Sea Museum, exhibitions, four workshops on EU regulations and new policies Mediterranean and other competitions. At Syracuse, between 17 and 21 May, there will be exhibitions and documentary reviews. Finally in Venice, May 14 to 16, took the event in May Sea "and 13 the conference" Technology Platforms in the Mediterranean and Black Sea.

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SBB CARGO, 2009 LOSS CONTAINED IN LINE WITH EXPECTATIONS
May 2010

SBB Cargo, a company leader in rail freight between North and South Europe, closed the 2009 budget contains losses and reporting a result in line with expectations. From a performance perspective, the economic crisis in the market caused a decrease of 7% compared to 2008, for a total of 11.674 million tonne-km net. Stands, however, the performance of SBB Cargo Italy, Italian subsidiary of SBB Cargo in 2009 the company recorded an increase in transport services, passed 914 to 1134 million tonne-km (+24% compared to 2008). Despite the financial crisis that struck the freight sector, SBB Cargo has managed to recover part of the impact on business results through increased productivity and to adjust production systems to market fluctuations. These measures have generated financial effect of 115 million Swiss francs, though the 2009 has still recorded an operating loss amounting to 62.5 million Swiss francs compared with 29.9 million CHF in 2008
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Turkey is ready to open its ports and airports to goods arriving from Cyprus in return if the international community to break the embargo imposed on the North Island, where there is the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, recognized only by Ankara.

He said Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu turkish, whereby the turkish Cypriots should be permitted in international trade through their ports of Kyrenia and Famagusta and their Ercan airport, near Nicosia.

Statements of Davutoglu, the daily Zaman reported from the site were issued in Istanbul, shortly before a meeting with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, which should be focused precisely on the Cyprus issue. Failure to open the Turkish ports to Cypriot ships and planes greek represents a brake to the ongoing accession negotiations between Turkey and the European Union. Some negotiation chapters have been blocked just because of the ban.

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GENOA, CARGO VOLUME GROWTH +8% in April
May 2010

In April the port of Genoa (Italy) has handled 4,167,593 tons of goods, with volume growth of 8% over the same month last year. The cargo totaled 2,228,314 tons (+17%), of which 1,509,386 tons in containers (+21%) and 718,928 tonnes conventional (+9.5%). The container handling was 146,823 teus (+13.7%). The dry cargo grew by 188% to 265,918 tons, other bulk liquids by 6.1% to 77,225 tons. In the first quarter of freight traffic has increased on an annual basis by 3.1% to 16,313,034 tonnes.

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NEW NETWORK FOR MULTI MARINE SERVICES

May 2010
Multi Marine Services, a company with headquarters in Savona, Genoa, Livorno and Porto Nogaro, has joined with leading international network of agents and operators of project cargo AOP (Air & Ocean Partners) IGNL (Interglobal Logistics Network) and WCAPN (World Cargo Alliance Project Network) which collect the best professionals in the field of transport by sea and air and logistica.Una major business areas the company is the market of North Africa, particularly the Maghreb.
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NEW LINE FROM VENICE TO SYRIA AND EGYPT
May 2010

And 'playing the first "sea motorways" between Venice, Tartous in Syria and Alexandria in Egypt, carrying vehicles rolling stock (trucks, cars, motorcycles, trailers) and passengers from Europe to the Middle East and vice versa. The service is operated by Visemar Line, a Venetian company that started the project with the port authority of Venice. The line aims to develop the trade of fruit and vegetables between Egypt and Europe. The ship used Visemar One, was released by the shipyard Visentini in mid-April and at a speed of 24 knots will deliver 200 trucks, 80 cars and 400 passengers in 67 cabins. By the end of 2010 Visemar Line put in water a sister ship that will allow the doubling of service and a weekly departure from Venice, Alexandria and Tartous.

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TWO NEW UNIVERSAL SHIPPING SERVICES GROUP

May 2010
Universal Shipping Group launches two new services for Alexandria, Beirut, Lattakia, Mersin and Istanbul, one by one from the Adriatic and Tyrrhenian. The possibility of bulk cargoes in the ports of Novorossiysk, Mariupol, Oktyabrsk, Odessa, Constanta, Alexandria, Beirut and Tripoli.

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ANTWERP. "Beatrice", here, is not the name of a woman. Means anything. Antwerp, "Beatrice" for all is a black monster along with fatigue muddy waters of the Scheldt. Ninety miles from the sea to the capital of Flanders. "Beatrice" tonnage over 150 000 tonnes, can carry more or less than 15 000 containers - those small, 20 feet - and with other sister ships is the largest merchant in the world. It is a ship of the MSC, a company half-Neapolitan, but also half Swiss, who in Italy is known more for its cruise ships. The arrival of the "Beatrice" in early April, Antwerp was one of the rare moments when the city's residents have set foot in the immense expanse of channels and chimneys which lies north of the capital of Flanders. The port, if you can call it. People sitting on the hoods of cars - because here it is impossible to get around on foot - families that are around on platforms, cameras and cameras. Here a ship so big - especially so long, 366 meters - had never arrived. But what is celebrated in Antwerp, is especially winning a lengthy tug of war with the Dutch cousins lasted five years. A silent war at first relegated chronicles sea, then shot up by media around the world.

Antwerp is the second largest port in Europe, thirteenth in the world. The mouth of North West Europe: Antwerp could not survive without Paris, Brussels, a slice of Germany. But to have power of life or death over this port, about 180 thousand people working there are neighbors in the Netherlands. To understand this, just take a map: Antwerp is the sea. It is in the midst of a plain. The sea here, "you see only on sunny days but is away. Over there, behind those poplars. ... It can only be seen from here. That's why I asked the office to let me move up here, "says Marc Roessler, master control tower, tattoos old sailor's white uniform. Antwerp is therefore in a deep valley. The last loop of the Scheldt, the further south a long curve of 80 km. Most of them in the Netherlands. If ships can get to Antwerp, the Netherlands decide: whether or not dredging the muddy depths of the great river. What the Dutch, for five years, duly did not. Environmental issues, reserves of the State Council. For the Flemish politicians, the reason was quite different: even at 100 km from here there Rotterdam, the list of European ports is at number one. For trade to trade aggressively. And while Rotterdam grew grinding record after record, the mud was deposited slowly on the Scheldt, isolating rival Antwerp. The controversy reached its climax in the middle of summer 2009, when two politicians, Annick De Ridder and Ludo Van Campenhout - however, members of the Port of Antwerp - launched "the strike of mussels and oysters. The proposal sank into an embarrassed silence on the part of local political milieu. Although during the summer, the prime minister of Flanders Kris Peeters, also sought to call the Dutch embassy, while the president of the Port Authority, Marc Van Peel, threatened harsh toll to 16 000 trucks every Dutch day on the Antwerp ring road. In January, finally signing to begin work that will last long, at least two years. Already in May, some container can come slowly, in the mega-port, as Peggy says in the control tower. In the first quarter of the port of Antwerp handled two million TEUs. Almost since the bitter rival Rotterdam. We prepare for the great overtaking? "No, this is virtually impossible - to say the offices of the Authority -. Rotterdam has more space, more depth. It is right that we have them, but we can never overcome. " For this next month in Antwerp will be presented the Total Plan. Objective is to revive the activities of this port Northern Prince. What eg in Italy has been put a little 'aside, the continuous pursuit to the container. The old cargo traffic, transport special. "They are the most profitable, and those who give more work." Teams of eight people at a time, why not just operate a crane. The labor issue is deeply felt here. Unlike Italy, there is no division here between workers and the terminal pool of labor. The terminal does not have employees. But they are all shareholders of the local unique company, but as Italy pays for days not worked. Soon with the dredging there will be more job with the containers? We'll see. "Meanwhile - says Van Peel - we wait before celebrating a couple of years. Well, time to see the end of work. " Neighbors, better not to trust.

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CHINESE MILITARY SHIPS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN IN JULY
May 25, 2010

Sources of the Italian Navy confirmed that a fighter, a frigate and an auxiliary vessel of Chinese naval force employed in anti-piracy operations in Gulf of Aden, at the end of their mission will enter the Mediterranean Sea.
It will be the first time Chinese naval units of the Navy sailing in the waters of the Mediterranean and could dock in an Italian port (July). The Chinese unit may request permission to land at an Italian port.

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Old May 28th, 2010, 04:03 PM   #30
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I'm sorry, but that was i read on my source ().
Also italian ports are not "so exactly"....
A better list :

Main ports in Poland:
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Old May 28th, 2010, 04:33 PM   #31
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You know,there are large ports on eastern coast of Baltic too? (your source is kinda biased ) Last time I checked,Estonia,Lithuania & Latvia were in Europe too and each country had atleast one port with 20-30 million tons of cargo shipped through them each year - i.e. Tallinn,Klaipeda,Liepaja,Riga etc are major ports on Baltic sea. Plus there's huge Primorsk port in European part of Russia (somewhere over 70 million tons of cargo per year)

I can personally add information about Port Of Tallinn: 31,6 million tons of cargo & 7,26 million passengers last year (2009)
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Thank you.

I invite you to post news p on your own country. This thread was created for that too.

Interesting statistics on the ports of the Baltic Sea. Even those relating to Tallinn.
Indeed, if you ancfhe some pictures...

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BALTIC DRY INDEX BACK TO PRE-CRISIS LEVELS
May 27, 2010

In the first two days of the week the Baltic Dry Index (BDI) has jumped 244 points to climb to altitude 4187, very close to their highs before the end of 2008. The biggest growth has occurred for the largest bulk cargo, with BCI (Baltic Capesize Index), rose to 5,262 points. Baltic Dry Index is listed in London that represents the
cost of freight shipping routes for the transport of more basic material "dry" (the mineral iron on the route
Argentina - China, for example). Is considered by many to be a good indicator of 'real global economic developments. The Baltic Dry "measure the maritime trade of raw materials" is often used to test the potential for economic growth.

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MAERSK LINE INCREASES freight rates from 1 July
May 27, 2010

Pursuant to the annual plan of General Rate Increases announced last October, with effect from 1 July Maersk Line will increase transatlantic freight rates from Europe and the Mediterranean to North America of $ 400 per container 20 'and $ 500 per container 40 '. With effect from 1 October there will be a further increase of entities to be defined.

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First place in the world for the Italian marine industry in the export of yachts.
May 29, 2010

The Italian marine industry, despite the economic crisis that produced a 15% decrease in exports, confirmed the first place in the world in export of yachts and pleasure boats. The Italian boat industry has moved over 3.1 billion dollars in 2009. This was learned during the conference "The Italian nautical industry: where the shooting, which took place at the Fiera del Mare in Genoa, under the convention Ucina - Satec 2010.
700 yards, 250 nautical industries, 4,500 businesses, 20,000 direct employees and 140 000 linked all'indotto about: these are the most significant data related to the field of yachting in Italy. It is a branch of "young and full of great potential. Suitably encouraged, the Marine would not only significantly increase the turnover and the workforce, but also be one of the "locomotive" capable of promoting employment and boost tourism.

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Thank you.

I invite you to post news p on your own country. This thread was created for that too.

Interesting statistics on the ports of the Baltic Sea. Even those relating to Tallinn.
Indeed, if you ancfhe some pictures...

Okay,I'll post post news about Port of Tallinn,when something interesting is going on

Currently Port of Tallinn is extending it's Muuga harbour (Port of Tallinn's main cargo port,located in Tallinn metro area) Extension plan covers huge range of projects - from access roads,railways to quays,wave breakers & industrial parks.

Animation from current situation to situation in 2011.


Map of Muuga harbour & industrial park development.
(green - available land lots for industrial development,grey - reserved land lots,light blue & orange - new infrastructure,white - new quays & terminal area)

Western part of Muuga harbour.


Eastern part of Muuga harbour.


^
Most of it should be finished by the end of next year,although private enterprises projects on harbour territory might lag behind. I think entire area is finished by 2013. As port hasn't focused on container cargo before,they are planning to build container terminal there too,for helping cargo transit on Europe <> Russia,China route. Terminal should be up & running within next 5 years.
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Greece stops against austerity measures, maritime traffic paralyzed
May 31, 2010

Greece stops against the 'austerity measures' mega march in the capital and new mobilizations coming.
With the slogans "together we can" and banners that called for 'hands off' pensions' tens of thousands of workers demonstrated yesterday in the streets of downtown Athens, Thessaloniki and other cities, protesting against the "austerity measures 'and security reform, which should arrive in parliament by early June.
It is the fourth time since February, when the financial crisis has hit Greece, the country is paralyzed by a general strike by trade unions for civil servants. The parliament in recent days, approved the new anti-corruption law that provides for the removal from office and seizure of property for ministers, politicians and officials involved in corruption and the rule that the arrest and fines of up to one million euros for tax evaders. Sea traffic was paralyzed today by a 24-hour strike of workers in protest against the government decision to lift the ban on cruise ships docking in the context of non-European efforts in an attempt to boost tourism. Paralyzed traffic to and from the islands, both passenger and cargo, two cruise ships were prevented from leaving the port.
Billions of dollars of investment to help the Greek economy has been promised the multinational China COSCO (China Ocean Shipping Company), in a meeting that took in the Greek capital yesterday its chairman, Wei Jiafu, the economics minister, Cosco , the world leader in shipping - that 's last year, amid protests unions, began to manage the cargo terminal of Piraeus, the main airport of the eastern Mediterranean - would like to use Greek ports and the railway line Athens-Thessaloniki to promote products Asian central Europe.

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Main Ports in Russia
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St. Petersburg
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Kaliningrad
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Ust-Luga
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Eastern
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Murmansk


Vladivostok
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