China and Italy to jointly promote the Belt and Road Initiative
China’s President Xi Jinping has visited Italy and held discussions with Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte on strengthening the co-operation between the two countries, including the spheres of trade and maritime.
Maersk’s Feeder Rescues 113 Migrants off Italy
Maersk Line’s feeder containership Alexander Maersk picked up 113 people from a boat off southern Italy, at around 4:30 am CET Friday morning, Maersk Line’s spokesperson confirmed to World Maritime News.
Viking Cruises’ New Ship Floated Out in Italy
Viking Jupiter, the sixth ocean cruise ship Fincantieri is building for Viking, was floated out at the shipyard in Ancona on May 10.
VIDEO: Gustav Maersk Refloated after Grounding off Italy
The 9,038 TEU container vessel Gustav Maersk was refloated after it ran aground in the Messina Strait, Italy in the early morning hours on January 10, Maersk Line’s spokesperson informed.
Toxic Fumes Kill Three on RoPax in Italy
Three people were killed and another was seriously injured by toxic fumes during maintenance works on board the roll-on/roll-off passenger (RoPax) ship Sansovino which was moored at the Port of Messina, Italy, on November 29, 2016.
Giuseppe Bono Remains Fincantieri’s CEO
Italian shipbuilding major Fincantieri informed yesterday that its new Board of Directors confirmed Giuseppe Bono as the company’s CEO, a position he has held since 2002.
Fincantieri’s Performance Bounces Back in Q1
Italian shipbuilding major Fincantieri has marked a turning point in the first quarter of 2016, returning to the black from losses that were pressuring the shipbuilder’s results from the second half of 2015.