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Sched Netweb site
NOVEMBER 3, 2017
  • China's NDRC submits carbon credit scheme for State Council approval
  • Panama Canal accommodates record cargo tonnage in FY2017, up 22pc
  • Antigua-flagged 880-TEUer hits pier, held in Bremerhaven
  • New York-New Jersey port jobs up 20pc since 2014 on higher volumes
  • 40 US companies on Trump's first China trip aim to make mega trade deals
  • US sets light tariffs on Chinese solar imports fearing local job loss
  • PSA commemorates contribution of Tanjong Pagar Terminal to Singapore
  • Seafarers warned of pneumonic plague in Madagascar ports
  • January start scheduled for US$900 million Mombasa container terminal
  • Daimler's Mitsubishi Trucks launches E-FUSO all-electric heavy-duty truck
  • CN, Norfolk Southern cut Canada-US east coast transits by one-two days
  • US Department of Commerce makes antidumping determination on steel wire
  • Consolidation: DCLI to purchase TRAC Intermodal's domestic chassis fleet
  • Danish MP asks EU parliament to work with IMO on CO2 and not go it alone
  • Changi Airport Terminal 4 starts operations after 5 years in the making
  • Alha Group lands Milan ramp handling contract for Cathay freighters
  • Atlas Air pilots protest management 'failures that strain operation'
  • UK High Court judge suddenly retires, ending probe into his conduct

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Exim Indiaweb site
NOVEMBER 2, 2017
  • MOL & China COSCO Shipping jointly own 4 LNG carriers for Russia Yamal LNG project
  • MOL Truth, Japan's 1st 20,000-TEU containership, delivered
  • Shipping Ministry launches revamped software & updated guidelines to facilitate implementation
  • Shreyas Shipping flags off maiden coastal shipment of RINL on the inaugural call of its vessel SSL SABARIMALAI
  • APM Terminals Pipavav continues to focus on growth
  • MbPT organises 34th Children's Athletics Meet
  • FFFAI starts registration for FIATA World Congress 2018

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International Transport Journalweb site
NOVEMBER 3, 2017
  • A great future
  • Demand for Russian railcars growing steadily
  • Liege airport investing heavily in cargo business
  • Smaller slice of the cake for German hauliers
  • First truck tests new China-Uzbekistan trade route
  • Six new STS cranes for SCPA
  • Chinese rate Kerry as an enterprise of the year
  • Cologne: demand for logistics property still strong
  • Funds for Polish intermodal transport infrastructure
  • Engineering sister for SAL Heavy Lift
  • MOL: the whole truth and nothing but the truth
  • Cloud-based solution for Oman Air Cargo
  • Kayser goes Orange in Germany
  • Diversification yielding results in Q3
  • Rebuilt mining rail line replacing 50 trucks per day
  • New facility for Distriport near Fos
  • Emirates expecting 100th A380 today

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IHS Maritimeweb site
NOVEMBER 2, 2017
  • West African container trade maturing
  • West African box trades return to growth
  • Jaya Holdings to be liquidated
  • Update: Refloated bulker heading to Wilhelmshaven
  • HMM 'undecided' on rumoured 20,000 teu box ships order
  • Swiber eyes floating LNG power segment through acquisition
  • South Korean lawmakers call for more competitive Korean Register

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The Loadstarweb site
NOVEMBER 2, 2017
  • Global e-commerce boom a great opportunity for logistics and ocean freight
  • Danaos predicts choppy waters for containership charter market next year
  • 'We can make every forwarder in India a digital forwarder in a week'
  • Lure of air cargo too great for Des Vertannes as he joins e-Cargoware
  • KLM offer to give ABC some Schiphol slots after Russian threat is 'fake news'
  • 'More European routes needed' for Irish ports
  • What it's like to be a truck driver when suddenly everyone wants to hire you
  • CH Robinson net revenue recovers in third quarter
  • UN predicts greenhouse gas emissions set to bust Paris agreement by 30%

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Marine Logweb site
NOVEMBER 2, 2017
  • Crowley adds two LO/LO barges to Puerto Rico service
  • USCG warns Alaska fishing operators of icing dangers
  • Conrad Shipyard delivers Harley Marine Services ATB
  • Kirby reports third quarter results
  • ClassNK updates "Good Maintenance" checklist
  • Tuco Marine wins order for two hydrographic survey boats
  • Uprated MAN L51/60DF gains Type Approval

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Lloyd's Listweb site
NOVEMBER 2, 2017
  • Oil spill responders put on an inspirational show
    Norway's SCOPE 2017 exercise emphasises that pollution prevention is a collaborative effort. In the end, because the polluter pays, the...
  • ICS calls for ban on fuels ahead of sulphur cap
    Proposal will be made to IMO officially next year
  • Increased LNG spot earnings help boost GasLog's third-quarter results
    Monaco-based owner scores record quarterly revenue
  • Engie deploys FSRU off Tianjin for Chinese winter LNG demand
    GDF Suez Cape Ann will return to China once again as Chinese imports rise
  • Daily Briefing
    HSH did a U-turn on Rickmers rescue, document reveals
  • Shipping's 'health-ometer'
    A spotlight on shipyards shows China's influence continues to be felt
  • Data Hub: Trade Statistics
    Peak season indicates global trade growth should come in at around 6% this year as trade with the Americas boosts...
  • CMES chairman is positive on oil demand - but no big VLCC orders for now
    Su Xingang says China's crude oil imports will continue to grow as the country's economy expands
  • Swiber mulls switch to FLNG business to stay viable
    Company plans to acquire Australian energy solutions firm as part of its restructuring proceedings
  • US Navy report cites crew errors for warship collisions in Asia
    Investigations into incidents involving both warships uncovered numerous failures by watch standers that led to the collisions
  • Indian petcoke ban presents opportunities for bulker owners
    India will have to import an additional 10m tonnes of coal to replace banned petcoke
  • Stevedores to face more competition at Australia's key container ports
    Increased competition to help shipping lines get better prices and, potentially, better service from terminal operators, says competition authority
  • Crowley inks sale and leaseback deals for three ExxonMobil tankers
    Company needs to get regulatory approvals to transport cargoes to and from the Alaska and West Coast markets
  • Genco posts wider loss amid impairment charge
    Revenue, however, increases on the back of a recovery in dry bulk vessel freight rates
  • Ghana close to choosing an operator for new bulk terminal
    The terminal will be able to handle capesize vessels for the country's growing bauxite industry
  • Why LNG shipping firms love preferred shares
    'Fixed-cost' source of equity a sudden hit for capital-thirsty LNG shipping companies
  • BIMCO's terminals vetting system gains traction
    Almost 700 responses since system was launched two years ago
  • Quarter of oil refining capacity could be lost by 2035 amid emissions regulations
    Total, Eni, Shell and Chevron most at risk to decline in earnings from refineries, according to Carbon Tracker study

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
NOVEMBER 2, 2017
  • Jones Act carriers add more Puerto Rico capacity
  • Global carrier reliability improves but still down from 2016
  • New rail container depot to facilitate India-Bangladesh trade
  • Ryder rolls out electronic logging platform for truck renters
  • Auto industry rebound jacks up ocean rates to Russia
  • APMT Pipavav volume falls despite new India-Europe call
  • Shipping Corporation of India upsizes coastal service tonnage
  • XPO's Jacobs on 4Q: 'Fasten your seatbelts'

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TradeWindsweb site
NOVEMBER 2, 2017
  • Ocean Yield's profit slips in third quarter
    Ship leasing firm boosts dividend as Lewek Connector receives contract extension.
  • Matson's third-quarter surpasses estimates
    Leading Jones Act carrier in the Pacific credits China service, Alaska and logistics unit for the strength.
  • Global Ship Lease returns to profit
    New York-listed containership owner rebounds without last year's impairment charge.

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American Shipperweb site
NOVEMBER 2, 2017
  • CSX reverses course on Howard Street Tunnel Project
    Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) Secretary Pete Rahn sent a letter to U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao on Wednesday, i...
  • U.S. Navy blames fatal warship collisions on human error
    Fatal collisions between two U.S. Navy warships and two containerships that occurred months apart earlier this year were caused by human er...
  • Qualcomm posts 89% drop in net income in Q4 FY2017
    Cell phone chip technology provider Qualcomm posted a net income of $200 million for its fiscal fourth quarter ending Sept. 24, 2017, an 89...
  • USPS to offer next-day Sunday delivery during holiday rush
    The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) is planning to offer next-day service with packages delivered Sundays during the holiday delivery period, ac...
  • UPS building $90m parcel hub outside Denver
    UPS is opening a new, nearly 360,000-square-foot package distribution facility in Aurora, Colo. that's expected to create over 700 new jobs...
  • UPS to equip Class 8 trucks with collision mitigation technology
    Package delivery and logistics provider UPS is equipping more than 5,700 of its existing Class 8 trucks with advanced collision mitigation ...
  • XPO keeps on rolling in Q3 2017
    XPO Logistics reported a net income of $71 million for the third quarter of 2017, a sharp increase from a net income of $21.3 million for l...
  • Executive Moves: Port of Oakland and Selandia Ship Management
    Source: Pressmaster/Shutterstock The Port of Oakland's board of port commissioners names board secretary; and Selandia Ship Management appoi...
  • Amazon opening 1m-square-foot DC in Macon, Ga. is opening its fourth distribution center in Georgia, the state's governor revealed Oct. 31. The e-tailer will lease one millio...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
NOVEMBER 2, 2017
  • FEATURE: Asian appetite for Brent-linked crudes cools as US exports increase
    For most of this year, a steady arbitrage flow of Atlantic Basin crude has been heading east.
  • HSFO Black Sea exports set to increase, against recent trend
    Russian fuel oil exports from the Black Sea port of Tuapse were expected to rise this month.
  • 3.5% HSFO backwardation surges on tight cracked fuel availability
    Rotterdam high sulfur fuel oil barge prices soared Wednesday as the market kicked of November looking to meet delivery commitments.
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • TRADER NOTE: Glander International Bunkering appoints managing director in Norway
    Global marine fuel trader and broker Glander International Bunkering has appointed Ole Morten Rismyhr as managing director of its Norway office.
  • Shell CEO sees 'growing momentum' as Q3 earnings soar; integrated gas rises
    - CCS earnings up 47% in third quarter to $4.1 billion - Expects integrated gas output volumes to rise 90,000 boe/d in Q4 - But expected reduction in overall production on divestments
  • FUTURES: Oil stable as markets digest US data, await fresh drivers
  • Open interest for ICE front-month Singapore HSFO contracts inch down 0.91% in Oct
    Open interest for the viscosity spread contract also moved up 15.67% to 1.358 million mt as of October 31, from 1.174 million mt as of September 29.
  • TRADER NOTE: Seaspan appoints Bing Chen to succeed Gerry Wang as CEO
    Bing Chen will take over in his new role at Seaspan from January 2018.
  • Compelling fundamentals to prompt MR charter market recovery in Q4: Ardmore
    Fundamentals remain strong, with underlying Medium Range ton mile demand growth estimated at close to 5%, Ardmore said.

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