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This article looks into the main measures set force by the Italian government’s recent Restore Liquidity Decree and how it affects the shipping industry.
The new unit will join its fleet of 40+ vessels, including harbour, LNG terminal, oil terminal tugs, salvage, coastal and deep-sea towage tugs.
This article analyses the main measures taken by the Italian government to address the sudden reduction in maritime traffic related to the carriage of goods and passengers.
The recent outbreak of COVID-19, better known as the Coronavirus, is having a major impact on the global economy. In order to take adequate measures to fight the aforesaid virus, on 23 February 2020 the Italian Government enacted law decree no. 6.
As a result of the transaction, Dea Capital has, through one of its fully owned subsidiaries, acquired a vessel from Elbana di Navigazione’s fleet.
The new unit will join Amoretti’s fleet currently comprising 11 tankers all flying under an Italian flag, with different years of construction and capacity.
With an overall indebtedness of slightly less than €1bn, RBD has been adjudicated in bankruptcy by the Court of Torre Annunziata.
The financing is part of Project Poseidon MED II, a key EU project to promote liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a marine fuel in the eastern Mediterranean.
A cross-border Maritime team advised Rimorchiatori Riuniti, Fratelli Neri and Rimorchiatori Laziali on the acquisition by their recently incorporated Greek joint venture.