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Sched Netweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2017
  • Hapag-Lloyd raises US$414m from capital increase to reduce debts
  • Cosco Shipping Ports' Sept box volume soars 18pc to 7.7m TEU
  • Hutchison's facilities in Thailand handle 20m TEU since 2002
  • Mandarin Shipping completes order of six 1,748 TEU box feeder vessels
  • Georgia's port of Savannah forecasts box throughput in 2017 will hit 4m TEU
  • Shreyas takes delivery of 3 feeder boxships and scraps a 570-TEU ship
  • RCL, Gold Star, KMTC, TS Lines & SM Lines launch joint China-Pakistan-M East service
  • Japan to take China's place as the world's top recycler for global junk
  • IATA, WCO boost air cargo data exchange, security with new system
  • St Louis Lambert International Airport enjoys cargo charter boom
  • US drones to deliver defibrillators to help heart attack victims

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Exim Indiaweb site
OCTOBER 18, 2017
  • APL renews terminal lease at Port of Kaohsiung
  • Command Seminar looks to future of shipping industry
  • DNV GL rolls out electronic certificates across entire fleet
  • Hapag-Lloyd successfully completes capital increase
  • Indian Navy hopeful of establishing integrated doctrine on national security in good time: Admiral Sunil Lanba
  • Jumbo & Bbc Chartering creating "Global Project Alliance"
  • Liberian Registry launches cyber & ship security computer-based training programme
  • SCI bestowed with 'Pride of the Nation' award
  • Shreyas Shipping takes delivery of 3 vessels
  • Palm oil import up in Sept.
  • Seafood exports up
  • Mumbai Port Trust intends reclaiming South-West Cove at Jawahar Dweep
  • New Kolkata Port Chairman meets stakeholders of Haldia Dock Complex
  • VPT oil berth public hearing on Oct. 31
  • Snowman Logistics partners with IKEA to manage backend for their in-store restaurants biz in India
  • GST cut expected to give bunkers a fillip
  • WCO participates in VII World BASC Conference highlighting facilitation & security

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International Transport Journalweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2017
  • Plans to fly high
  • On track for record efficiency gains
  • Delivering parcels with cargo bicycles
  • US data moving in landside container logistics
  • ICTSI receives 2017 Guinogulan government award
  • Naming of MOL's "Energy Liberty"
  • P3 joins United Nations' Global Compact
  • Rastatt: detour routes with enough capacities needed
  • Sita technology for Accra airport
  • Panama Canal looks back in joy
  • Handover at Hellmann Automotive Logistics
  • New Prologis park fully leased out
  • Eurasia Rail Express enhances services
  • Reshuffle at Imperial Logistics International
  • New UK GSSA for Oman Air Cargo
  • Alcotrans becomes Neska Container Line

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IHS Maritimeweb site
OCTOBER 18, 2017
  • Vessel speed regulations to get closer look at IMO
  • Hayfin, Breakwater take over insolvent offshore fleet
  • Humans still weakest link in shipping cyber security
  • Fresh hopes of MPP market recovery
  • Simulation's key role in towing of Shell's FLNG
  • No propulsion options, so MSC pays less for container newbuildings
  • Genco opens Singapore office as dry bulk market firms
  • 'Gamification' scores points for maritime training
  • Bad weather hampers refloat of stranded bulker
  • Korea P&I widens collaboration with Standard P&I Club
  • Bumi Armada scraps another vessel even as prices fall

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The Loadstarweb site
OCTOBER 18, 2017
  • More automotive shippers board expanding K+N Asia-Europe rail services
  • CSX chief Harrison says railroad now on the right track after strong Q3
  • LBC Express growing as e-commerce drives logistics boom in the Philippines
  • Global piracy declines in first nine months of 2017
  • Amazon literally building its way into our lives
  • Massimo Roccasecca moves on from OAMC

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Marine Logweb site
OCTOBER 18, 2017
  • Tall ship did not ground after losing power
  • VIDEO: World's first floating offshore wind farm starts operation
  • Norwegian Cruise Line retrofits two more ships with scrubbers
  • Master fined after ship grounds at Rathlin Island
  • Schottel delivers first thruster with new ProAnode
  • SEACOR units join Puerto Rico recovery efforts
  • Wärtsilä 34DF engines picked for four LNG carriers

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Lloyd's Listweb site
OCTOBER 18, 2017
  • Gunvor predicts more scrubber use only after 2020
    As most shipowners have not started preparing for switch to cleaner bunker fuels, scrubbers are likely to be an economical...
  • JP Morgan bullish on dry cargo but split on tankers
    Moderate fleet growth for dry bulk carriers and product tankers points to a great 2018, less so for crude oil...
  • American Hellenic hits 2,000 vessel mark ahead of target
    American Club-backed fixed premium provider gearing up for AM Best rating
  • Panamax earnings approach four-year high
    Strong demand mixed with lack of available vessels drive rates
  • Nickel ore in the spotlight again as bulker capsizes
    Warnings around cargo liquefaction repeated after unexplained loss of vessel
  • Qatar blockage alters LNG trade flows to Egypt and the UAE
    IEA finds Qatar's total LNG exports not affected by dispute
  • Trøim heads Fredriksen alumni bulk carrier launch
    Erstwhile sidemen of tanker king seek Oslo OTC backing for 2020 Bulkers
  • Digital forwarders not seen as threat to established businesses
    DHL says new entrants are not significantly disrupting forwarding markets and are 'highly unlikely' to wipe out all traditional players
  • Slow steaming urged as emissions from shipping rise
    Speed regulation seen as quick fix to decarbonisation struggle
  • TIL gains full control of Las Palmas terminal
    Noatum's 45% stakes changes hands for an undisclosed price
  • Genco opens office in Singapore to tap into lucrative iron ore trade
    New York-listed dry bulk owner appoints chartering veteran to solidify presence in the Pacific, home to major iron ore and...
  • Daily Briefing
    What shipping can expect from China's party congress
  • Look beyond 2017 in tanker markets
    Outlook for aframaxes and suezmaxes brighter than for VLCCs next year, says Court Smith
  • How to avoid being seen as low-hanging cyber fruit
    The key is to understand how the business is structured; best practice in one organisation won't be right for another
  • Cosco shareholders approve OOIL acquisition
    CSH's joint takeover offer with Shanghai International Ports Group is still dependent on regulatory approval
  • Korean prosecutors turn down arrest warrant for Hanjin chairman
    Police told to investigate further and substantiate charges
  • Box growth on track to exceed 6% in 2017
    Alphaliner says latest volume data suggests container trade has yet to reach maturity
  • Listed CSSC units to acquire assets via share issuance
    Major restructuring of Chinese state-owned shipbuilding entities likely to involve acquisition of more yards from parent and debt-to-equity swap
  • Korea's Sejin Heavy to receive $29m subsidy from Ulsan local government
    Investment will help shipping blocks maker to embark on new ventures such as offshore plants and small-sized vessels
  • NYK postpones ordering luxury cruiseship
    It is estimated that more than $445m would be needed to build a vessel comparable with Japan's biggest cruiseship, Asuka...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
OCTOBER 18, 2017
  • Ship financing on the cusp of major change
  • BCOs face steep price tag for LA-LB clear air rules
  • Amid congestion, Prince Rupert says service restoration on track
  • Brexit transitional period crucial to EU-UK trade
  • SSA to open specialized Lazaro Cardenas ro-ro terminal
  • BBC, Jumbo form project cargo alliance
  • Soaring China exports unable to lift spot rates

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TradeWindsweb site
OCTOBER 18, 2017
  • Seacor adding vessels to aid Puerto Rico
    Diversified vessel owner shipping fuel, water and other supplies as part of island's 'long-term' recover.
  • UK anchor-handler rates plunge
    ConocoPhillips picks from ample tonnage to lower North Sea spot levels.
  • ICS comes out against Canadian tanker ban
    Largest advocacy group for shipping says the measure before Canada's parliament is 'draconian'.
  • Shipping emissions are 'below 2008 levels'
    ICS says study carried out by ICCT supports IMO's rationale on environmental objectives.
  • Scorpio lines up loan on Golden Ocean ships
    Facility readied to fund up to 60% of purchase price for six modern ultramaxes from John Fredriksen company.
  • Captain fined after UK grounding
    Wagenborg master admits not keeping proper look-out off Rathlin Island.
  • Transocean fixes drillship as it sells $750m bond
    Swiss owner's vessel booked by BHP as it refinances earlier debt.
  • Titan LNG doubles capacity of FlexFueler
    Upcoming Dutch bunkering specialist unveils team as construction kicks off
  • MOL emerges with 11% stake in Swan project
    Japanese giant reveals stake in India's first newbuilding FSRU.
  • Malta yard worker wins damages 12 years on
    Malta Shipyards employee awarded $45,000 after 2005 accident.
  • Pirate attacks fall 14% in first nine months
    But IMB says West Africa and South-east Asia remain areas of concern.
  • Al-Sisi wants bunker company in Suez Canal
    Egyptian president explores growth opportunities for expanded waterway, which sees higher revenue.
  • Wartsila scoops LNGC engine order
    Finnish group to power four new vessels being built at Hudong Zhongua.
  • Royal Caribbean reveals $5.9bn of financing
    US cruiseship giant fixes funding for new Icon vessels and stretches other debt.
  • UK declares final option for Rieber ship
    Ernest Shackleton will stay in the Antarctic for one more year.
  • Arrest warrant denied for Hanjin's Cho
    Korean prosecutor orders further police probe into alleged embezzlement.
  • Subsea 7 buys out SolstadFarstad ship share
    Siem-chaired owner takes partner's 50% stake in OSV Normand Oceanic.
  • Troim's 2020 Bulkers plots course to Oslo OTC market
    New vehicle set to be Tor Olav Troim's second move on the Oslo platform in under a year.

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American Shipperweb site
OCTOBER 18, 2017
  • NAFTA negotiators struggle to reach consensus on deficits, manufacturing
    U.S., Canadian, and Mexican government officials charged with renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) expressed disap...
  • Black Sea port construction to kick off in December
    Construction works on a new deep-water port in Anaklia, Gerogia, is scheduled to commence Dec. 20, the Anaklia Development Consortium has r...
  • Indian regulators approve Mahindra Logistics IPO
    Warehousing, freight forwarding and supply chain logistics firm Mahindra Logistics has been approved by the Securities and Exchange Board o...
  • Jeddah's Red Sea Gateway Terminal recieves four super post-Panamax cranes
    The Port of Jeddah's Red Sea Gateway Terminal (RSGT) has received four super post-panamax quay ship-to-shore quay cranes, manufactured by C...
  • APL sees strong demand for guaranteed services
    Shippers have dealt unsuccessfully with booking cancellations for years, but APL is confident that its recently-announced guaranteed servic...
  • St. Lawrence Seaway experiences tonnage growth through September
    Cargo shipments on the St. Lawrence Seaway from the start of the shipping season on March 20 through Sept. 30 totaled 24.3 million metric t...
  • "K" Line, Agunsa form Latin American automotive logistics company
    Chilean logistics, land transport and warehousing company Agunsa has teamed up with Japanese ocean carrier Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha ("K" Line)...
  • CP drives up earnings in Q3 2017
    Canadian Pacific (CP) drove up net income 47 percent in the third quarter of 2017 from a year prior to $510 million Canadian (U.S. $408 mil...
  • CSX records modest Q3 earnings growth
    CSX Corp. reported net earnings of $459 million for the third quarter of 2017, ticking up 1 percent from the corresponding 2016 period, acc...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
OCTOBER 18, 2017
  • Crude stock draw offset by builds in gasoline, distillate
    US crude stocks in the week ending October 13 fell for the fourth straight week, while gasoline and distillate inventories both saw surprise builds, Energy Information Administration data showed Wednesday.
  • Petrobras boosts Brazilian crude output in September
    Petrobras registered in September its first month-on-month increase in Brazilian crude output in three months after restarting production at two offshore floating production units idled for maintenance, the state-led company said Wednesday.
  • Crude rises slightly as US product builds limit upside
    Crude futures inched higher Wednesday after Energy Information Administration data showed a larger-than-anticipated decline in crude stocks, but surprise builds in product stocks tempered the rise.
  • FEATURE: Ongoing bank redeterminations reflects stable US oil market
    A round of bank redeterminations for US producers now underway shows a steady, even-keeled oil patch this year in the amount of credit being made available to upstream producers.
  • Gothenburg bunker premium over Rotterdam at three-month high
    The Gothenburg bunker fuel oil premium over Rotterdam reached its highest in over three months, Tuesday, on high demand at the Swedish port.
  • Istanbul bunker prices at 28-month high on tight supply at rivals
    Bunker fuel prices at Istanbul, Turkey, hit the highest in over two years Tuesday, boosted by limited availability at rival ports and rising international prices.
  • Oil traders see OPEC/non-OPEC cuts being extended, not deepened
    Leading oil traders said Wednesday they expect OPEC and its partners to extend their production cuts beyond the end of March 2018, but a deepening of the cuts was less likely.
  • Bunker availability at Durban tightens on curtailed refinery output: sources
    Availability of bunker fuel at Durban, South Africa, was tightening on Wednesday due to a lack of suitable product from Sapref refinery, sources said.
  • Total CEO 'convinced' Saudis, Russia targeting $60/b oil price
  • Scrubber maker Alfa Laval reports 75 ships using its technology

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