Baleària’s New Eco Ferry Connects Ibiza, Formentera

 

 

 

 

Image Courtesy: Baleària

Spanish company Baleària’s latest addition, the eco fast ferry Eco AQUA, has started sailing between Ibiza and Formentera.

The 28-meter-long vessel is the first from the batch of four eco fast ferries ordered by the company. The unit was launched by Spanish shipbuilder Astilleros Gondan in early November at its GRP division.

Capable of carrying 350 passengers, the eco ferries have been designed focusing on eco-efficiency, comfort and speed during navigation.

The remaning three ferries from the batch, which will be named Eco TERRA, Eco AIRE and Eco LUX, will be finished between the end of this year and the middle of 2018.

 

The quartet will feature a wave-piercing bow which displaces water towards the side tunnels in order to maintain speed. Capable of reaching a maximum speed of 28 knots, the ferries are designed to be able to operate in the different short distance trips that the shipping company makes in the Balearic Islands.

World Maritime News Staff

 

 

 

Jeremy Nixon: ONE must find its place among the mega-carriers

 

 

 

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"We've actually started over completely, and we're probably the industry's biggest startup," says the CEO of major Japanese container merger Ocean Network Express, Jeremy Nixon, in an interview with ShippingWatch. Things will get real starting April 1 next year.

Photo: Ocean Network Express

SINGAPORE

Of all the challenging chief executive positions in the global container sector, British Jeremy Nixon seems to occupy the most difficult of all.

 We've actually started over completely, and we're probably the industry’s biggest startup"

JEREMY NIXON, CEO, OCEAN NETWORK EXPRESS, ONE.
Nixon has not only, since July, headed what must in his own words be the container industry's biggest upstart – the merger of three of Japan's biggest carriers, K Line, NYK and MOL, all

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The World’s Shipping Companies Are Going Super-Sized

 

 

 

By 

Kyunghee Park, Bloomberg

15 de agosto de 2017 23:00 CEST

  • Mega ships and M&A have helped container liners cut costs
  • Freight rates are climbing as retailers stock for year end

Soren Skou, chief executive officer at A.P. Moller-Maersk, discusses second-quarter earnings, the $732M impairment, his outlook for the fleet, the impact of the cyberattack on earnings and consolidation in the container shipping industry. He speaks on 'Bloomberg Markets: European Open.' (Source: Bloomberg)

The hulking container ships that transport sneakers, bananas and Barbie dolls around the world keep getting bigger. So are the companies that own them.

A massive consolidation is underway in the $500 billion global industry and the survivors now enjoy big economies of scale and increased demand, one

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Acciona vende Trasmediterránea por 260 millones

Acciona se refuerza en México con la construcción de una red eléctrica por 21 millones de euros

Acciona no presentará una oferta por Duro Felguera antes de 2018

Puerto pasarela para el embarque de pasajeros de Ferrys de Acciona...

Puerto pasarela para el embarque de pasajeros de Ferrys de Acciona Transmediterránea.Foto:

Elena Ramón.EXPANSION

POR M.L. VERBOMADRID

La familia Entrecanales se ha desprendido de su participación del 92,71% que tenía en la naviera Trasmediterránea para concentrar su negocio. El comprador ha sido el grupo canario Naviera Armas que ha pagado 260,4 millones de euros.

Acciona compró Trasmediterránea en 2002 y le colgó el cartel de 'se vende' en 2014, aunque un año después paralizó su venta. Ahora, con la venta de la mayor

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La Xunta avisa de sanciones "ejemplarizantes" a navieras por su "pillería" e "irresponsabilidad" en la sobreventa a Cíes

 

 

 

En Marea critica la "absoluta desidia" del Gobierno gallego ante el "constante incumplimiento"

 
20/09/2017 15:37

En Marea critica la "absoluta desidia" del Gobierno gallego ante el "constante incumplimiento"

SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, 20 (EUROPA PRESS)

 

La directora xeral de Patrimonio Natural, Ana María Díaz, avisa de que habrá sanciones "ejemplarizantes" a navieras por su "pillería" e "irresponsabilidad" en la sobreventa de billetes para visitar las islas Cíes.

En la comisión de Ordenación Territorial, Díaz ha recordado que hay 10 expedientes abiertos a navieras por las irregularidades en la venta de billetes para las Cíes del pasado agosto, y una vez que se hayan analizado las alegaciones de las empresas, "si no consiguen demostrar" que actuaron de forma correcta, "las propuestas de resolución van a

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