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20 October 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 13:20 GMT+2




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Sched Netweb site
JANUARY 4, 2018
  • China foreign trade increases 12pc to US$4 trillion in 2017
  • LA-LB dockers to hold fewer stoppages to attract more cargo
  • Vietnam to invest US$881 million to develop inland container depots
  • NYK digitises captains' experience in ship collision avoidance
  • Quebec City mulls deep water comeback with mega ship possibilities
  • Wallem crew rescue of men flung overboard from lighter off Venezuela
  • Kazakstan's key dry port ignored by traders despite its B&R role
  • US footwear most counterfeited in international trade: OECD
  • 2017 proves a bumper year for global air cargo industry, says WorldACD
  • Asia's big air carriers post mixed demand growth in November
  • TIACA chairman warns against ordering freighters as recession looms
  • SATS wins 18-year Mumbai Airport international cargo concession

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Exim Indiaweb site
JANUARY 3, 2018
  • HMM looking at adopting blockchain technology, IoT
  • More consolidation in box shipping seen
  • Project to boost navigation on Haldia-Varanasi stretch of National Waterway-1 given go-ahead
  • Saudi Aramco, Bahri & others launch proposed large integrated maritime yard
  • Cabinet approves revised Model Concession Agreement for PPP projects in Major Ports
  • Thirteen port projects sanctioned under Sagarmala for Maharashtra
  • Land border crossing between India & Myanmar reaffirmed
  • Rail freight looking up

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International Transport Journalweb site
JANUARY 4, 2018
  • Converting fleet to autonomous vehicles
  • New record for returns in USA
  • UK to equip 750 freight trains with ETCS
  • Transuniverse receives accolade from shipper Nitto
  • Two new South American stations operated by Fraport
  • Yang Ming's new base in Thailand
  • Royal Air Maroc orders more Dreamliners
  • Panalpina and Al Rushaid agree to joint venture
  • New traction to boost productivity on north-south artery
  • Global Ports welcomes new strategic shareholder
  • Blaylock joins Network Rail Consulting
  • New leader for San Lucar Group
  • Another Cambodian client lands at AAT
  • Class 1 railroad places largest traction order since 2014
  • Arkas and Seago enhance cooperation
  • General cargo network starts operations

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JANUARY 3, 2018
  • HMM chief looks to 2020 for salvation
  • Eurogate plans for return of Turkish transhipment cargo to Limassol
  • Prima Marine orders small tanker quartet
  • Prosecution charges 11 more individuals over STX O&S blast
  • Preparing crew for an LNG-fuelled future
  • SM Line to remove four ships from Indonesia services
  • New hinterland to be set up in eight South Korean ports by 2030

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The Loadstarweb site
JANUARY 3, 2018
  • Record 2017 for air freight warms up the market for a happy new year
  • Global fleet capacity to bulge as more containerships are delivered in 2018
  • CAL Cargo Airlines swoops to buy last ex-Jade 747-400F after a strong 2017
  • China's environment ministry to 'encourage' more recycling
  • Home Depot ponders buying XPO Logistics
  • James Foote to succeed Hunter Harrison as CEO of CSX
  • Liability concerns over delivery keep China's cold chain fragmented

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Marine Logweb site
JANUARY 3, 2018
  • Irish Continental orders cruise ferry at FSG
  • NETSCo launches new corporate branding
  • Wärtsilä to retrofit DP3 construction vessel with energy storage system
  • BAE Systems Norfolk wins $41.6 million Navy contract
  • Tuco Marine books another order from fish farming industry
  • Adoption of LNG as a marine fuel accelerates
  • Austal wins order for 49 m cat for French Polynesia

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JANUARY 3, 2018
  • IMIF to merge into Maritime London
    Networking body to be assimilated into maritime industry group
  • Brexit talks in 2018 will be 'critical for UK ports', BPA says
    UK government appears to have lost sight of post-Brexit opportunities 'from our perspective', says British Ports Association chief Richard Ballantyne
  • Hound Point tanker lifting resumes after Forties pipeline repairs
    UK terminal offers small respite to crude tanker markets' lacklustre opening to 2018
  • How high can the blame game go over illegal oil trades to North Korea?
    Master says he was uninformed and the illegal trade was directed by the charterer
  • Daily Briefing
    CHINESE newbuilding markets are expected to see more encouraging signs at the start of the new year, with ship prices...
  • Taiwan distances itself from seized vessel linked to North Korea
    Company said to have chartered in the vessel detained by South Korean authorities was registered in the Marshall Islands, says...
  • Easing of port congestion causes capesize slump
    Brokers expect a firming of rates in the coming week ahead of raw material restocking efforts by China
  • HMM looks at mega boxships to double tonnage by 2022
    Fleet growth to include the addition of mega boxships after 'several years of hardship,' chief executive CK Yoo tells staff
  • Global shipping fleet to grow 4.1% every year until 2021
    Expected growth mainly attributable to tanker tonnage increase, according to Lloyd's List Intelligence report
  • Ten crew missing as ship sinks after collision near Shanghai
    More than 12 vessels, divers and a helicopter involved in search after general cargoship Chang Ping sinks in anchorage near...
  • Boxship orders up nearly threefold in 2017
    Final year figures reveal near 140% jump in newbuild orders, with ultra large container ships high on the agenda
  • Hyundai Heavy Industries forecasts 20% sales drop in 2018
    Sales in 2018 are expected to come in lower at $7.7bn amid continued dismal industry conditions
  • Kalmar wins port equipment servicing deal with PSA Corp
    Agreement with Singapore port operator is for a three-year duration
  • Matson boosts container barge capacity
    New vessel can transport 500 teu of cargo versus 320 teu on the barge it replaces
  • Korean shipping group reviews overseas routes to cut costs
    Korea Shipping Partnership will cut one route out of six linking South Korea and Indonesia
  • NAT pledges to reward investors on optimistic outlook for 2018
    Nordic American Tankers remains optimistic that the new year will be better in terms of higher earnings
  • ICTSI allocates $25m for capex in 2018
    Investments focused on port projects in the Philippines, Mexico, Honduras and Iraq

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JANUARY 3, 2018
  • Congestion nearly halves Chittagong's 2017 growth rate
  • ILA gets NJ governor ally amid Waterfront Commission fight
  • JNPT notches more direct port delivery progress
  • AI: Shippers' edge in mitigating higher rates
  • Analysis: Seven-day B2B service shields couriers from Amazon
  • Infographic: Trans-Pacific US importers' 2018 expectations
  • Logistic operations move closer to US docks

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TradeWindsweb site
JANUARY 3, 2018
  • Safe locked in as top stock in 2017
    Safe Bulkers leads the list with a total return of 181% last year, according to Clarksons.
  • Palau flag denies tie to North Korea ship
    Flag state says vessel linked to oil shipments was only recently registered and did not make voyage to North Korea.
  • Firm that handles seized ship denies cargo knowledge
    Lighthouse Shipping Development says it rented out vessel that transferred fuel to North Korea, but was never informed about client's plans, Reuters reports.
  • Alphaliner: boxship orders up 140% in 2017
    Owners returned to yards in greater numbers last year.
  • Samsung Heavy axes more execs
    Yard streamlines management as it aims for a more stable 2018.
  • HHI sets revenue target in 'grave situation'
    Yard CEO says declining backlog unprecedented as it admits 2018 sales will be lower.
  • Azeri and Russian owners plot cruise newbuilds
    CSC and Moscow River Shipping teaming up on Caspian venture.
  • Frontline in focus as crude stocks make bright start to 2018
    Positive mood around sector after Euronav's merger with Gener8 seen in opening trading day of the year.
  • Statoil scoops three PSVs on term deals
    SolstadFarstad among owners to fix ships to major for pipe-carrying job.
  • P&O Ferries sets new freight record
    UK operator hits 10-year high between Zeebrugge and Tilbury.
  • Tallink boosts fourth quarter numbers
    Estonian ro-pax group benefits from expanded fleet in final three months.
  • Hyundai Heavy deal sets Toisa on track to exit Chapter 11
    Term sheet will see new independent board in place and objections against $20m dividend dropped.
  • HMM plots doubling of fleet capacity
    CEO Yoo Chang-keun outlines plans for "resurgence" of Korean carrier by 2022.
  • 10 missing after cargoship collision
    Vessel sinks following clash with another ship off Shanghai.
  • Essar Shipping boosting share capital by $24m
    Indian owner's issue related to conversion of $240m series of bonds.
  • Yang Ming sets up Thai operation
    Derek Chen to run new company focused on country's growing economy.
  • CSET seals PetroChina crude tanker deal
    CoscoCS company's tankers to carry oil for China-Myanmar pipeline project.
  • Prima Marine orders product tanker quartet
    Recently listed Thai shipowner makes good on IPO promise to expand its fleet.
  • Adoption of scrubbers among fleet remains weak
    Most installations restricted to passenger ships, but proportion of newbuilds with devices on the rise.
  • Ocean Bunkering bolsters Singapore fleet
    Hin Leong Group looks to take advantage of difficult market conditions to grow its operation.

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American Shipperweb site
JANUARY 3, 2018
  • Hatch, Shuster to retire from Congress after 2018
    U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, and Rep. Bill Shuster, R-Pa., have announced that they will will retire, effective at the expiration of thei...
  • ProTrans opens new South Carolina, Arizona locations
    Indianapolis-based third-party logistics provider ProTrans has opened two new locations in different parts of the country. First, the firm...
  • Ryder opens new logistics facility in London, Ontario
    Florida-based commercial fleet management and supply chain solutions firm Ryder System, Inc. has opened a new 24-hour logistics operating c...
  • Kenya Railways commences first cargo service to Nairobi
    Kenya Railways commenced the first standard gauge railway cargo train from Mombasa to Nairobi, which arrived at Nairobi's inland container ...
  • Port of Rotterdam Authority inks dry infrastructure contracts
    Port of Rotterdam Authority late last month inked two maintenance contracts for the port's dry infrastructure - roads and green spaces - th...
  • BNSF Logistics opens St. Petersburg, Fla. location
    Texas-based multi-modal third-party logistics service provider BNSF Logistics, a subsidiary of Class I railroad BNSF, has opened an office ...
  • Trucking Unlimited acquired by workforce management firm TransForce
    TransForce Inc., a Virginia-based workforce management solutions firm specializing in commercial truck drivers, has acquired the assets of ...
  • Jacksonville logistics industry optimistic about 2018
    Port operations and e-commerce fulfillment in the Jacksonville, Fla. market are looking strong in 2018, Jacksonville logistics expert Ike S...
  • USDOT puts pressure on railroads to implement PTC
    Full implementation of positive train control (PTC) systems across the nation's vast rail network is a top priority of the U.S. Department ...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JANUARY 3, 2018
  • Oil hits new highs on bitter cold, Iran demonstrations
    Crude futures and NYMEX ULSD reached multi-year highs Wednesday, eclipsing previous marks set a week ago, as sub-freezing temperatures in the US and anti-government protests in Iran drove prices.
  • OUTLOOK 2018: US refiners prepare for IMO bunker fuel change
    US refiners in 2018 will be implementing plans to address their next major environmental challenge .
  • US Atlantic Coast LSFO prices rising on cold weather: sources
    Prices for LSFO in the US Atlantic Coast have spiked this week on cold temperatures.
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • HK-flagged vessel seized in N Korea oil supply row carrying bunker fuel: trade sources
    The contractual terms for the sale by Trafigura prohibited the on-sale of the cargo in breach of sanctions.
  • FUTURES: Crude rangebound as market awaits direction




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