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24 September 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 13:15 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
OCTOBER 20, 2017
  • OOIL takeover gets blessing of Cosco Shipping Holdings' shareholders
  • Arrest warrant against Hanjin Group's CEO withdrawn
  • HMM to raise US$620m to finance ship, terminal acquisitions
  • MSC saves US$26m for each of its five 22,000-TEUers ordered from SHI
  • Zim expands Asia-US East Coast service adding call in Kaohsiung
  • China's foreign trade to grow at a double-digit rate in 2017, says Customs
  • China's trade with N Korea shrinks as UN nuclear sanctions take hold
  • Proposed railway line linking Felixstowe to Ipswich given the green light
  • K+N's Q3 earnings rise 4pc to US$189m on 15pc higher turnover
  • Hactl continues to win Payload Asia Awards for the sixth year in a row
  • Changi Airport Group launches Pharma@Changi initiative
  • Singapore transfers 4 freighter flights to Brussels from Amsterdam

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International Transport Journalweb site
OCTOBER 20, 2017
  • Trade, ports and strategies
  • Positive bottom line thanks to Eurasian train
  • Cargolux passes enhanced IOSA audit
  • Channel tunnel traffic increasing
  • K Line and Agunsa form Chilean JV
  • Rising demand for logistics facilities
  • Oakland International appoints operations director
  • Qatar Airways combatting illegal wildlife trade
  • 15,000 trucks shifted to the railways
  • Not the time for changes to DB board
  • Hamburg Süd reaping Latin American harvest
  • Americas Alliance joins WiseIndustry programme
  • Seoul Incheon airport on a rising trend
  • 2 million t of iron ore by rail in Turkey
  • Panalpina banking on IT to foster results
  • IT logistics specialist with new APAC head
  • Good year for port of Rotterdam so far

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IHS Maritimeweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2017
  • West Africa, Middle East, and Oceania ports show improved berth productivity
  • Maritime bodies warn against Brexit 'big bang'
  • Tug masters or azimuth pods - which is better for port manoeuvres?
  • Bulk carrier refloating hits another snag
  • LNG bunkering tanker trade needs long-term approach
  • Rotterdam nine-month box throughput up 10%
  • Samsung HI clinches FSRU for Indonesian project
  • FLNG consortium keen on stranded gas in Australia
  • COSCO Dalian delivers postponed OSV to Maersk Supply Service
  • LNG glut prompts Tokyo's USD10 billion plan for Asian LNG growth

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The Loadstarweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2017
  • Gloomy picture painted for container shipping is lightening, says Alphaliner
  • Panalpina well prepared for strong peak season after a mixed Q3
  • Analysis: Kuehne + Nagel on a slow path to value destruction?
  • South Korea police seek arrest warrant for Korean Air / Hanjin Group chief
  • European airlines accuse airports of overcharging in new dispute
  • United Airlines profit falls, but cargo skies are brighter
  • Jurgen Wilder quits DB Cargo over board appointment

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Marine Logweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2017
  • Newport News Shipbuilding makes leadership team promotions
  • Consultancy sees "constructive shifts" in tanker market
  • Edie Rodriguez joins Ponant Americas
  • John Deere adds three new marine engines to its line-up
  • Another BWMS gains U.S. Coast Guard Type Approval
  • Hyundai Vinashin launches d'Amico LR1 trio
  • Planned maintenance software gains ClassNK Type Approval
  • Bollinger awarded NCDOT ferry contract

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Lloyd's Listweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2017
  • Rebalancing oil markets set to benefit tankers
    Peak oil demand far from here, says Opec secretary-general Mohammad Barkindo
  • Alternative capital providers overwhelmed by spectrum of shipping demand
    Greater interest than expected greets new crop of ship financiers
  • Odfjell sells stake in Singapore tanker terminal for $300m
    Macquarie fund to take the 50% stake held by Odfjell Terminals in Oiltanking Odfjell Terminal Singapore
  • Breakwater buys 11 AHTSs from troubled Hartmann
    German owner's offshore fleet - ordered at peak of boom - has had chequered history
  • IMO must be bold but cautious
    IMO member states will need to send a clear message to the world at large while keeping developing nations on...
  • No more finance for foreign-yard newbuilds, China's leasing houses told
    Move might take a toll on South Korean shipbuilders that have yet to recover from the financial woe
  • Bulker grounding raises Ecdis misuse concerns
    Ignored grounding warning was one of 3,000 warnings on navigation computer
  • Jebel Ali capacity heads towards 20m teu mark with more to come
    DP World's flagship Jebel Ali complex is back on a growth path after last year's dip in volumes, with local...
  • Daily Briefing
    Look beyond 2017 for a rosy outlook in the tanker markets
  • Higher rates and costs hit Panalpina's ocean freight business
    Seaborne trade earnings down despite rise in volumes
  • Samsung Heavy Industries wins $226m order for an LNG FSRU
    The order, for a vessel of 170,000 cu m capacity, was won from a consortium of Marubeni, Sojitz, and Pertamina
  • Thoresen Shipping confirms $14m supramax purchase from Songa Bulk
    The 2009-built, 58,700 dwt Songa Marlin is renamed as Thor Courage
  • ICS declares concern over Canada's planned regulations on crude shipping
    Move to temporarily prohibit crude shipments off northern British Columbia will obstruct global maritime trade, says Chamber
  • Korea starts research into boosting harbour logistics links
    Authorities looking to maximise collaboration with other related industries such as shipbuilding and steel
  • Scorpio Bulkers secures $85m loan for Golden Ocean ultramax purchases
    Borrowed money to finance up to 60% of purchase price of six bulkers
  • Tanker sector looks beyond hurricanes to firmer fourth quarter fundamentals, says MSI
    Average spot rates on the key TD3 route likely to rise to $34,300 per day
  • Drewry cautiously optimistic over multipurpose shipping's outlook
    Fleet of modern project carriers delivered over the past five years well-positioned to capitalise on any sector upturn
  • Ocean Rig's provisional liquidators step down amid successful restructuring
    Petitions to wind up the company and its units have also been dropped
  • Robert Bugbee sells 10% of his Scorpio Tankers shares
    Sale coincides with the partial vesting of restricted shares awarded to Mr Bugbee in the 2013 incentive plan

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2017
  • Hurricanes, rising costs absorbing YRC Worldwide profits
  • Brunswick's expanded ro-ro capacity already committed
  • Driver wages and benefits jump, pushing up trucking costs
  • Indian government ports expand market share
  • Breakbulk market recovery - 2018, 2019, or later?
  • CSX's intermodal overhaul holds promise for shippers
  • Brazil box shuttle finds success in first year

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TradeWindsweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2017
  • NAT defies sceptics to issue 81st-straight dividend
    Herbjorn Hansson somehow keeps NAT's dividend streak going, but why don't investors seem too happy about it?
  • Hamburg seeks solutions to restore battered confidence
    After nearly a decade in crisis, the national shipowning community gathers in Hamburg to discuss ways to restore confidence and prove its capacity and skills still have a global role
  • Hamburg Sud to decimate German workforce after Maersk takeover
    Some 131 jobs to go when new business model is rolled out
  • Gloves-off debate generates heat over Trump, China and climate
    Naples forum reveals shipping community will ride politically choppy waters but remain relaxed
  • Lundqvist sells aframax earlier than planned
  • Navios Midstream's net income drops 29%
    VLCC-focused maritime partnership does not get profit share lift as tanker market remains poor.
  • 'Steer clear of Libya', Evalend warns peers
    Shipowner threatens to seize Libyan assets abroad in protest over tanker detained off Tripoli on allegations of oil smuggling

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American Shipperweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2017
  • COSCO Shipping Ports reports throughput growth in all regions in September
    COSCO Shipping Ports posted an 18.3 percent increase in monthly throughput for September 2017 compared to the same period a year prior. To...
  • NWSA YTD volumes up despite September decline
    The Northwest Seaport Alliance (NWSA), the marine cargo operating partnership of the Port of Seattle and Port of Tacoma, saw its total year...
  • R&D program manager: Automated freight trucks should hit the market in next few years
    Automated cargo trucks should hit the market sometime in the next few years, but truck drivers shouldn't yet worry about their job security...
  • IAG Cargo to launch direct Madrid-San Francisco service
    IAG Cargo will launch a new direct flight between Madrid and San Francisco beginning summer 2018, the air freighter announced. IAG Cargo i...
  • PMSA: CAAP update components costly, burdensome
    The updates to the Los Angeles and Long Beach seaports' Clean Air Action Plan (CAAP) that were proposed earlier this year and are due to be...
  • CSX scales back operations in Columbus, Detroit
    CSX has recently made changes to some previously offered service lanes for intermodal freight that originated or terminated in Columbus, Oh...
  • Stakeholders agree federal funds necessary for infrastructure investment
    The Transportation and Infrastructure subcommittee held a House hearing last week during which officials from state departments of transpor...
  • Lockheed Martin completes test flights for LM-100J freighter aircraft
    Lockheed Martin's LM-100J commercial freighter program successfully completed its first flight of the second production LM-100J aircraft la...
  • Panalpina ups earnings, revenues amid higher volumes
    Swiss-based international freight forwarding and logistics company Panalpina had a consolidated profit of CHF 48.4 million (U.S. $49.6 mill...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2017
  • Chevron suspends operations in Iraqi Kurdistan
    US oil major Chevron is suspending drilling in Iraq's autonomous Kurdistan region in the aftermath of the response to the Kurds' independence referendum and the increased tension over federalism and territorial rights.
  • FEATURE: Why Trump kicking Iran deal to Congress could preserve status quo
    President Donald Trump has left the fate of the Iran nuclear deal -- and the more than 1 million b/d of oil that it returned to the market -- up to the US Congress.
  • Use of Citgo in PDVSA loan just to 'secure financial interests': Rosneft
    Russia's Rosneft is not planning to use a loan deal with Venezuela's PDVSA to take control of a stake in US refiner Citgo, CEO Igor Sechin said at an industry event in the Italian city of Verona on Thursday.
  • OPEC seeks to institutionalize partnership with non-OPEC: Barkindo
    As its members appear to be aligning behind an extension to its production cut agreement, OPEC aims to make permanent its coalition with 10 non-OPEC countries -- and possibly add more participants -- to maintain its handle on the market, the organization's secretary general, Mohammed Barkindo, said Thursday.
  • Bunker supplier Peninsula launches Los Angeles supply operation
    Gibraltar-based marine fuel supplier Peninsula Petroleum has launched a physical supply operation in Los Angeles, the company said Thursday.
  • Med bunkers at over two-year highs on rising HSFO, strong demand
    Mediterranean bunker prices hit their highest in over two years Wednesday, supported by a tight high sulfur fuel oil cargoes market and strong demand.
  • FUJAIRAH DATA: Oil product stocks up 7.9% on week at 17.28 mil barrels
    Fujairah's commercial stocks of refined oil products rose 7.9% to 17.278 million barrels in the week to Monday, having sunk to a near nine-month low the previous week, as a number of gasoline cargoes arrived at the port, according to data from the Fujairah Energy Data Committee (FEDCom).
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • Concerted IMO action needed to cut shipping sector's GHG emissions: ICCT report
    CO2 emissions from global shipping increased 2.4% from 2013 to 2015.
  • Bunker supplier Peninsula launches Los Angeles supply operation
    Gibraltar-based marine fuel supplier Peninsula Petroleum has launched a new physical supply operation in Los Angeles, the company said Thursday.
  • Fuel testing company FOBAS ready to monitor 0.5% sulfur fuel oil specs before 2020
    Publicly Available Specification, or PAS, likely to be released to guide industry ahead of IMO 2020 global sulfur cap rule.
  • ANALYSIS: Business as usual for Iran oil exports as market eyes US sanctions threat
    - Iran may have to discount oil if sanctions reimposed - Asian importers consider trimming term contracts - Sanctions could affect insurance for tanker owners
  • FUTURES: Oil remains rangebound despite draw on US crude stocks

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