• 2018 October 12 15:35

    Azerbaijan Caspian Shipping Company continues expanding its operations in international waters

    The issue of expanding the activities of the Azerbaijan Caspian Shipping Company in foreign waters commissioned by President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev in order to eliminate dependence on a single market, while maintaining the leading positions of the Shipping Company in the Caspian Sea, is in the center of constant attention. ACSC says consistent measures are being taken in this direction. Expanding the activities of the Shipping Company in international waters is of great importance in terms of opening new jobs on a permanent basis, ensuring competitiveness in international cargo transportation, representing and promoting our country abroad.

    In this direction, the next step has been made in accordance with the strategic objectives. From now on, one more cargo ship of the Azerbaijan Caspian Shipping Company-“Mahmud Rahimov”, will be operated in the Azov-Black-Mediterranean Sea.

    The vessel, having carried out loading operations in Turkmenistan, is already heading for Bulgaria. The vessel, having passed the internal waters of Russia along the Volga-Don Canal, will moor today to the Rostov port. After completing the relevant documentation, the vessel will go to the largest port in Bulgaria - Burgas.

    The control of the operation of the dry cargo vessel, as well as of other vessels of the Caspian Shipping Company, sailing in international waters, will be carried out by the main office of the Shipping Company in Baku, and the technical services will be the representative office of the Company in Turkey. The crew consists of 16 people.

    The vessel "Mahmud Ragimov" with a deadweight of 4,485 tons, a carrying capacity of 4,100 tons, a speed of 11 knots, a length of 117.5 meters and a width of 16.5 meters will further strengthen the position of the Azerbaijan Caspian Shipping Company in the international market of maritime freight.

    It should be noted that after a long break, the activities of the Azerbaijan Caspian Shipping Company in international waters were re-etsablished on the instructions of President Ilham Aliyev in 2014 by acquiring the vessels “Uzeir Hajibeyli” and “Natavan”. Thus, by launching of “Mahmud Rahimov”, number of the vessels of the Company sailing in external waters reached 14, and 12 of them are dry cargo vessels and 2 are tankers.




2019 January 23

10:37 N-KOM welcomes first FSRU at the Erhama Bin Jaber Al Jalahma Shipyard
10:20 Responsibilities for implementation of state programmes of the Russian Federation divided between Deputy Prime Ministers
10:06 Brent Crude futures price up 0.03% to $61.52, Light Sweet Crude – up 0.02% to $53.03
09:48 Aderco: Planning for 2020 has already started
09:43 Vympel Shipyard lays down yet another hydrographic vessel / buoy tender of Project 19910 for RF Navy
09:19 Baltic Dry Index is down to 1,036 points

2019 January 22

18:25 Elengy prepares the sale of access capacities to the Fos Tonkin LNG terminal for the period 2021-2030
18:05 Monjasa steps up as the 2nd largest local bunker supplier in the Panama Canal in 2018
17:54 Relampago practices skills with UAE Navy ship
17:35 CalMac takes over the tiller at Argyll Ferries
17:05 NYK gets the highest-rated ‘A’ for Climate Change by CDP Survey
16:42 RF Government proposed candidates to Novorossiysk Commercial Sea Port's BoD
16:23 Pilbara Ports Authority achieves a new record tonnage on a single tide at the Port of Port Hedland
15:56 Port of Rotterdam Authority and Rotterdam Port Promotion Council renew collaboration
15:46 ICTSI Subic hits milestone 200,000th TEU move
15:44 Growth seen in several sectors at ABP South Wales
15:28 KONTUR SPb ERT unit’s drills get thumbs up from Rosmorrechflot’s certification commission
15:22 First ship viaVerbrugge Terminals’ new permanent shipping line with South America docks in North Sea Port
15:00 Meyer Turku delivers New Mein Schiff 2 to TUI Cruises in Kiel
14:41 Jotun looks into expansion of ship coatings production in Russia
14:32 HHLA completes expansion of the container rail terminal Burchardkai
14:19 Bunker prices are flat at the Far East ports of Russia (graph)
14:02 North Queensland Bulk Ports Corporation opens the Port of Mackay for new bulk material trades
13:32 China Navigation to acquire the bulk shipping activities of Hamburg Süd
13:22 14 crewmembers of gas carriers which caught fire in the Kerch Strait confirmed dead, five missing
13:15 Fincantieri to build LCS 31 for US Navy
12:53 Gdynia, Poland to host Transport Week 2019 on March 5-7
12:31 MOL moves to establish 'Asahi MOL Tankers' for pool operation of MR Product Tankers
12:14 DFDS expands cooperation with Turkish Ekol Logistics
11:45 ABP invests £2.2 million in new agribulk terminal at Port of Ayr
11:17 BIMCO: only international action will stop increase in piracy
10:52 4 vessels escorted by icebreakers in eastern part of Gulf of Finland during 24 hours on January 21-22
10:30 Severnaya Verf will build four more trawlers for Norebo
10:16 Ocean Alliance Day 3 З Product : CMA CGM ready for third phase starting in April 2019
09:38 Brent Crude futures price down 0.97% to $62.12, Light Sweet Crude – down 0.8% to $53.61
09:19 Baltic Dry Index is down to 1,092 points

2019 January 21

21:25 Nine dead in two ships fire accident in the Kerch Strait
18:15 Port of Oakland hails shipping lines, terminal for clean air work
17:36 Evac acquires of UK service company Transvac
17:06 High Speed Transfers signs contract for third Damen FCS 2710 fast crew supplier
16:35 DFDS starts trials of Jinling Shipyard’s newbuild
16:05 Prototype most powerful wind turbine in the world Haliade-X 12 MW installed at Maasvlakte this summer
15:36 Incentive Scheme Climate-Friendly Shipping launched today
15:29 Yang Ming provides new China-Malaysia direct service
14:55 Szczecin-Świnoujście Port Complex handled over 28.6 million tonnes of cargo in 2018, up 12.5% Y-o-Y
14:33 Incat to build a new ship for the Government of Trinidad and Tobago
14:03 CMA CGM joins to the world’s largest operational agreement extention
13:27 Algoma receives full refund for shipbuilding contracts with Uljanik and 3Maj Shipyard
13:13 ESL Shipping strengthens its Chartering team
12:46 Leonid Mashaev appointed as Acting General Director of “State Customer’s Directorate for Seaborne Transport Development Programmes”
12:18 Average wholesale prices for М-100 HFO up to RUB 14,769 in RF spot market
11:49 Dublin Port’s сargo volumes up by 4.3% in 2018
11:22 FESCO and ZIH launching a container train from Germany to China through the Far East
10:55 14 vessels escorted by icebreakers in eastern part of Gulf of Finland during 24 hours on January 20-21
10:27 TransContainer announced its preliminary operating results for the fourth quarter and the full year of 2018
10:04 Brent Crude futures price up 0.41% to $62.94, Light Sweet Crude – up 0.43% to $54.28
09:40 Throughput of port Kaliningrad in 2018 grew by 2% Y-o-Y to 14.05 million tonnes
09:19 Baltic Dry Index is up to 1,112 points

2019 January 20

16:08 Subsea 7 acquires multi-purpose offshore construction and dive support vessel
15:03 TEPCO and Ørsted sign MoU to work jointly on offshore wind projects