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20 October 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 12:24 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
JANUARY 8, 2018
  • Asia-Europe rate rises 2.8pc to US$888/TEU, falls 3.8pc to USWC
  • New Jersey on cusp of quitting New York Waterfront Commission
  • CMA CGM levies port congestion surcharge at Port of Thessaloniki
  • Malaysia's Westports 2017 volume falls 10.5pc to 9 million TEU
  • DP World first terminal operator to handle 50 million TEU in India
  • Montreal expects 4pc growth in cargo in 2018 after record 2017
  • Rotterdam signs infrastructure maintenance deals for US$17 million
  • HK-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge is gearing up for much-delayed official opening
  • Ballast water management conference February 7 in Singapore
  • Severe cold in Alaska delays food deliveries as stores run out
  • Clay Sun becomes new president of Taiwan's EVA Air
  • Seattle airport plans to rid itself of fossil fuels in 10 years
  • Emirates SkyCargo volumes reach new high of 2.5 million tonnes in 2017

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Exim Indiaweb site
JANUARY 7, 2018
  • 'We will continue to innovate our services around the evolving needs of Indian customers'
  • Cautious approach called for in shipping in 2018, says analysis
  • Kerry Indev Logistics celebrates 10th anniversary of ICD Irungattukottai
  • Optimism seen outweighing pessimism in shipping industry in 2018
  • Adani Ennore Container Terminal commences operations at Kamarajar Port Importers & exporters from Chennai region & hinterland to benefit from faster connectivity
  • Gandhidham Chamber delegation calls on Gujarat Chief Minister & Council of Ministers
  • Much-awaited coastal service commences from KICT
  • Summit Power International awards 15-year contract to PSA Marine for support vessel services for LNG terminal in Bangladesh
  • Azan Group celebrating six years of success in exports & logistics
  • Third meeting of Council for Trade Development & Promotion to be held today

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International Transport Journalweb site
JANUARY 8, 2018
  • Intermodal terminal: 66 freight train movements per day
  • Danske Bank: forward index fluctuating
  • 14 airlift partners for US army
  • LHV network extended in Germany
  • Incorporation of IMIF into Maritime London
  • Yang Ming to launch AS1
  • K Line awarded in Netherlands
  • Imperial continues working for BMW
  • Heavier freight trains to Perth
  • Halifax flourishing amidst two holiday seasons
  • Ports in transformation mode in 2018, says Ince
  • Certification for K Line Container Service
  • Freight trains now running on Mombasa-Nairobi route
  • Wings for rally cars from SAA Cargo
  • Blue Stream service calling Dunkirk
  • Laurels for Amalfitano, Evergreen America

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JANUARY 5, 2018
  • Vessel study could trigger ECDIS overhaul
  • Schulte Group acquires LNG ship manager PRONAV
  • Royal IHC snaps up Oceanteam engineering subsidiary
  • Taiwan-based fishery linked to alleged North Korea fuel transfers
  • PSA Marine wins service contract at Bangladeshi floating LNG terminal
  • TMS Cardiff Gas orders boost Hyundai HI
  • Yamal LNG to set direction for Arctic LNG projects and shipping
  • AMA Marine expands fleet with targeted secondhand acquisitions
  • Optimistic STX O&S chief eyes USD734 million in orders
  • Never forget bailout, says DSME's chief

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The Loadstarweb site
JANUARY 5, 2018
  • Spot rate hikes and cancelled voyages loom as Year of the Dog approaches
  • Airlines win new US military air freight contracts, but United stands back
  • Start-up Boxnbiz targets India's smaller forwarders for hi-tech logistics twist
  • Brazil car export rise driven by Latin American growth
  • Ahead of Tesla, a start-up's self-driving truck is set to hit Indian roads
  • Modern capitalism opens a major new front for strike action: logistics
  • FTA widens its multimodal mission with acquisition of TrainingTeam

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Marine Logweb site
JANUARY 5, 2018
  • Keppel FELS delivers first jack-up of year to Borr Drilling
  • Singapore shipyard fined for maintenance failure that led to two deaths
  • Vard wins contract to build all electric car/passenger ferry
  • Administration seeks to open 90% of OCS to offshore drilling
  • Bouchard Transportation: Still Thriving at 100

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JANUARY 5, 2018
  • BDI change hangs in balance amid opposition from handysize players
    Baltic Exchange pushes back launch date of new BDI, saying any potential change would only occur in end-January
  • The state of the LNG speculative orderbook
    There is little to worry about GasLog's speculative order, assuming it was truly a new one
  • K Line's distinguished past will not help it to predict its future
    Japanese veteran carrier is planning its centenary, but there's much to think about in its 99th year
  • Chinese leasing houses' investment in shipping stays flat at $12bn
    Bank-owned lessors make up 70% of last year's total, but absolute value declined 10% year on year
  • Daily Briefing
    Stock performance survey shows investors bet on a dry cargo market recovery in 2017, but were less sanguine about the...
  • Life after Braer: 25 years of action to cut oil spills
    Over the 11 years to end-2016, tankers spilt 86,000 tonnes of oil, almost the same amount the Braer leaked in...
  • Data Hub: Load Factors
    Surge in pre-Chinese New Year cargo to lift Asia-Europe utilisation
  • Asia-Europe backhaul should prepare for challenges
    Perfect storm that hit the trade in 2017 unlikely to be repeated, but shippers should still prepare for difficulties such...
  • South Korean minister dismisses rumour of STX and Sungdong merger
    Speculation of a possible merger of Samsung Heavy Industries and Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering not addressed
  • Wilson buys pair of bulk carriers from Bremer Lloyd for $7m
    Vessels to be delivered during the first quarter of this year
  • Shipping players warned to tread cautiously in 2018
    Global economic growth levels to peak in 2018 and remain stable through 2022, says BIMCO
  • Port operators can expect 'transformative' year
    Industry to see a shift to gateway operations from transhipment
  • Moore Stephens optimistic on shipping outlook this year
    Uncertainties remain but upbeat mood at end of 2017 likely to continue, says partner Richard Greiner

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JANUARY 5, 2018
  • NY Gov. Cuomo pitches moving Red Hook terminal
  • Holding power of trans-Pacific spot rates gives carriers leverage
  • Carrier digitalization slowing NVO's Asia import share gain
  • Storms, surging volume reshape US truck spot market
  • Analysis: US rail must innovate or be disrupted
  • DP World reaffirms India supply chain reform support

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TradeWindsweb site
JANUARY 5, 2018
  • New S&P records set in 2017, Clarksons says
    More bulker and boxship capacity changed hands than ever before last year with Greek owners most active, data shows.
  • ABG PSV going under the hammer
    Indian court orders sale of yard's ship following loss of operating licence.
  • Odfjell creates COO role for Fotland
    Norwegian owner aims for integration of shipmanagement and commercial operations.
  • Clarksons: OSV tendering highest for 10 years
    North Sea market showing signs of heating up into 2018, analyst Turner Holm says.
  • Jurong fined over 2011 yard deaths
    Penalty imposed two months after previous fine for separate accident.
  • Boreal orders first ferry at Vard
    Norwegian owner adding to fleet with newbuilding in Romania.
  • Tanker intercepted with cocaine hidden in tank
    Kaluba seized in Caribbean and brought to Dominican Republic.
  • WEB TV: Pedestrians flee as tanker crunches dock
    Panic as foreign vessel ploughs into jetty at Yangon in Myanmar.
  • Viking Line volumes hit record high
    2017 was best-ever year in passenger terms for Finnish owner.
  • Polarcus puts more ships on standby
    Middle East seismic vessel owner had 20% of fleet warm-stacked in final three months.
  • Seacon Shipping adds bulker quartet to fleet
    Chinese owner signs domestic newbuilding and resale deals.
  • Clarksons still on track to hit target
    Last year's trading was in line with expectations, UK broker says.
  • Bulker newbuilds jump 25% in five months
    VLOC and kamsarmax orders have surged since July as owners look to cash-in on upturn.
  • Yorkshire council builds Tufton Oceanic stake
    Local authority pension fund now major investor in maritime-focused fund management firm.
  • Cosco offer for Cogent becomes unconditional
    Chinese group expected to exercise compulsory acquisition right and delist logistics firm.

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American Shipperweb site
JANUARY 5, 2018
  • Treasury lists boycott countries
    The Treasury Department has issued a current list of countries that require or may require participation in, or cooperation with, an intern...
  • Terminal operators in LA, Long Beach look to overhaul PierPass OffPeak program
    2018 is barely a week old, but the potential for a significant change in how container terminals at the Los Angeles-Long Beach port complex...
  • Foss Maritime ships utility trucks to help restore power in Puerto Rico
    Seattle-based marine transportation and logistics provider Foss Maritime is loading hundreds of utility trucks onto barges bound for Puerto...
  • Port of Montreal handles record 38m tons of cargo in 2017
    The Port of Montreal handled close to 38 million tons of freight in 2017, according to preliminary statistics released by the port Jan. 3. ...
  • PSA Marine to provide LNG ship services in Bangladesh
    Summit Power International Pte. Ltd. (SPI) of Singapore announced that its subsidiary, Summit LNG Terminal Co. (Summit LNG), has awarded a ...
  • Great Lakes limestone trade jumps 6.4% in 2017
    Shipments of limestone on the Great Lakes totaled 28 million tons in 2017, an increase of 6.4 percent compared to 2016, according to the La...
  • ContainerPort Group merges with ASF Intermodal
    ContainerPort Group, Inc., a Cleveland, Ohio-based service provider to the containerized cargo shipping industry, and ASF Transportation Gr...
  • Severe winter weather closes ports, delays cargo along U.S. East Coast
    Severe winter weather that accompanied the "bomb" cyclone Winter Storm Grayson has shut down and delayed operations for shippers and carrie...
  • Commerce raises 2018 caps for civil monetary penalties
    The U.S. Commerce Department has issued its annual inflationary adjustment of its maximum civil monetary penalty amounts for 2018, effectiv...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JANUARY 5, 2018
  • Oil futures drift lower as end of cold snap likely nears
    NYMEX February crude fell 57 cents to $61.44/b. ICE March Brent fell 45 cents to $67.62/b.
  • Fujairah bunker sales likely to be unaffected by VAT: sources
    Bunker sales at the United Arab Emirate port of Fujairah would be affected by the introduction of 5% value added tax in January.
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • External: Marine Bunkering(Rotterdam)B.V.
  • FUTURES: Oil dips, but draw in US crude stocks limits falls

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