InterManager Daily News 21.11.2023.

1. Isle of Man Ship Registry appoints business development manager for northern Europe and Scandinavia The Isle of Man Ship Registry (IOMSR) is expanding its presence in northern Europe with the appointment of a business development manager to focus on the Scandinavia and Northern Europe.
2. Denmark could block tankers with Russian oil from reaching markets Denmark will be tasked with inspecting and potentially blocking tankers carrying Russian oil through its waters under new European Union plans, the Financial Times reported on Wednesday, citing three unidentified sources.
3. UECC solution for EU ETS gives clients clarity on emission costs Cargo owners seeking to determine their Scope 3 emission liabilities from the logistics chain must contend with multiple calculation methods from different shipping lines that will affect their costs exposure to the EU ETS for shipping.
4. Slight recovery for container handling in Port of Hamburg Handling in the universal Port of Hamburg continues to be impacted by national and global operating conditions. Despite these circumstances, container throughput in the port has been able to recover in the third quarter. In addition, the number of ship calls has increased. In particular, the container trades between Hamburg and the USA underline this trend with a record result.
5. Valenciaport once again increases its traffic in October Two consecutive months of growth in the management of goods handled at Valenciaport’s docks. After accumulating half a year of negative records, the Statistical Bulletin of the Port Authority of Valencia (PAV) shows in October (and for the second consecutive month in 2023) positive data: last month, the Valencian docks have managed 6,803,999 tonnes of goods -which represents an increase of +6.99% over the same month of 2022-.
6. Car carrier seized by Houthis A ship owned by Ray Car Carriers and operated by Japan’s Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK) was hijacked by the Houthis in waters near the Yemeni coastline on Sunday, bringing instability to international trade lanes in the wake of war between Israel and Hamas.
7. Billlionaire Shipping Scion Warns Of Difficult Time For Industry Rodolphe Saade, the billionaire head of the world’s third-largest container line, warned the industry is entering a choppy period as new vessels ordered during the pandemic shipping boom enter service in 2024.
8. Turkish Ship Missing In Black Sea A Turkish cargo ship with 12 crew members on board went missing off the country’s Black Sea coast amid a storm on Sunday and authorities have been unable to make contact with them since, local authorities said.
9. India ship regulator to take government advice on sanctioned Russian oil vessel India’s shipping ministry will follow foreign ministry advice when deciding whether to allow a ship carrying Russian oil that has been placed under U.S. sanctions to berth at an Indian port, the country’s shipping regulator said.
10. Tamil Nadu to lease out 17 sites to private sector for developing deepwater ports Tamil Nadu Maritime Board has identified 17 sites for development as direct berthing and deepwater ports. It was decided after taking into account the availability of draft, general marine conditions, minimum burden on existing infrastructure, proximity to hinterland cargo and promotion of regional development, according to Tamil Nadu State Ports Development Policy.


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