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20 October 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 12:47 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
JANUARY 9, 2018
  • 32 missing in oil tanker and freighter collision off Shanghai
  • Matson continues with its fleet renewal programme to improve its Hawaii service
  • Maersk Line raises India-US freight rates as export volumes decline
  • Indian government okays revised concession pact for PPP projects at ports
  • Egypt seeks private investor to build and operate new dry port outside Cairo
  • Kalmar to supply automated straddle carrier system for Eurogate's pilot project
  • HNA reported to have pulled out of talks with HK's Value Partners
  • Cambodia's Lanmei Airlines links up with HK's Asia Airfreight Terminal
  • India's air cargo market to grow 15pc in FY2018
  • Arrests made after drugs, gold, animal parts seizures at Bengaluru's airport

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Exim Indiaweb site
JANUARY 8, 2018
  • Dry bulk sector on road to recovery, says analysis
  • NYK President urges working towards a new target with All the Group's Might
  • PIL boosts two Far East-Red Sea routes
  • Spices exports up
  • Cochin Port signs MoU on exclusive berthing facility for naval vessels
  • DP World Cochin completes yet another successful year
  • Essar Ports invests over INR 2,800 cr. in Salaya & Vizag terminals
  • Floating restaurants to be operational soon off Mumbai coast
  • Indian ports seen on the profit path this year
  • International Customs & trade community called on to continue developing & maintaining the Harmonized System
  • Clarity sought in GST anti-profiteering rules
  • Govt notifies Companies (Amendment) Act, 2017

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International Transport Journalweb site
JANUARY 9, 2018
  • Italian rail signalling company in new hands
  • SF Airlines sees bright future dawning
  • Greiwing combats lack of trained staff
  • Party time every which way at Europa
  • Ukraine to improve rail connectivity
  • Fos-sur-Mer tackling sluggish French economy
  • NRC appoints business development VP
  • Greenbrier posts results for Q1/FY 2018
  • Multi-track railway project for Bangladesh
  • PSA Marine Bangladesh wins contract for 2019
  • Turkish Cargo continues adding new destinations
  • Anchorage international airport gets new manager
  • New: direct shuttle between Rotterdam and Basel
  • Hoyer and H&S step up collaboration
  • Port of Montreal looks back in joy
  • "Historic" cooperation between UAE carriers

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JANUARY 8, 2018
  • US sanctions affecting west African container competition
  • Dutch owner JR Shipping seals EUR126 million refinancing
  • Eidesvik plans rights issue after restructuring deal with banks
  • BW Offshore secures extension on one FPSO unit, confirms another
  • Hyundai HI to win VLGC trio from Kuwait Oil Tanker
  • Updated: Iranian port authority and NITC investigate tanker blast
  • 'Big Three' shipbuilders not acquiring STX O&S, Sungdong, says South Korean government

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The Loadstarweb site
JANUARY 8, 2018
  • Port-Liner launches first emission-free barges on Europe's waterways
  • Rising minimum wage puts pressure on Cambodia's garment export industry
  • Healthier new year for container charter market, but owners still have concerns
  • Shopping and shipping: e-commerce and the new world of logistics
  • Negotiations for Greenyard multibillion dollar takeover of fruit producer Dole fail
  • Ted Stevens returns to aviation as Anchorage International manager
  • As China goes greener, people, businesses and nations will feel the pinch
  • The big machines bringing industry - and war - to the melting Arctic
  • Container security: the foundation of true cybersecurity

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Marine Logweb site
JANUARY 8, 2018
  • Modutech Marine delivers first of 24 Cummins powered tugs to Navy
  • Swedish Club: Human error biggest cause of auxiliary engine damage
  • Tanker blaze raises fears of East China Sea pollution disaster
  • U.S. Shipping Corp. makes management team changes
  • Jensen design selected for NAVSEA workboat

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JANUARY 8, 2018
  • New year, new shipping minister?
    UK maritime industry should be poised to grab any opportunities for fresh thinking should speculation prove correct that Conservative Party...
  • Schulte Group buys Pronav to grow in LNG
    Deal is subject to regulatory approval
  • Tanker disaster fall-out likely to be complicated
    Type of cargo on board oil tanker and location of the stricken vessel could exclude it from international conventions
  • Atlantic MR markets begin 2018 on solid footing
    Atlantic basket earnings up 24% this year owing to high US Gulf exports, but oversupply plagues East-of-Suez rates
  • Ocean freight rates flat as January 1 rises are sustained
    Container lines continue to maintain spot prices this week following partially successful New Year GRIs, with further rises expected later...
  • Daily Briefing
    Bank-owned lessors make up 70% of last year's total, but absolute value declined 10% year on year
  • EEX hires Kurek-Smith from LCH to expand commodities
    European Energy Exchange continues expansion in commodities and freight with new hire
  • Asia-Europe cascade forecast to continue
    More ultra large containerships set to join fleet, Clarksons says
  • Essar Ports invests $440m in expanding terminals
    Salaya terminal will be able to handle bulkers up to 100,000 dwt while Vizag can cater for vessels up to...
  • IMC places order for product tanker quartet with GSI
    Order comes with an option for four more vessels with the same specifications
  • Iran's ports authority and NITC investigating tanker collision off Shanghai
    Two nearby tankers under NITC's management dispatched to assist with search and rescue efforts
  • Korean shipbuilders' home cities hit by population exodus
    Prolonged shipbuilding slump drives people to seek work elsewhere
  • Indonesian coal shipments hit by congestion woes
    Monsoon rains coupled with uncertainty over a new regulation for coal exports has led to serious congestion
  • Jurong Shipyard fined for safety lapses following fatal accidents
    This is the second time the shipbuilder has been hit with a penalty over safety violations in two months
  • Burning tanker at risk of explosion as body found in search for crew
    Panama-flagged tanker carrying 136,000 tonnes of fuel to South Korea in collision with bulk carrier off Shanghai on Saturday
  • PSA launches port simulation laboratory with Singapore polytechnic
    Move aims to help prepare prospective ports management professionals to handle the next generation of smart container terminals
  • PSA Marine signs LNG terminal services deal with Summit Power
    PSA Marine Bangladesh to handle berthing, mooring, pilot and personnel transfer activities for LNG carriers calling at the Summit LNG...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JANUARY 8, 2018
  • CH Powell's Irwin Brown buy is latest broker, forwarder deal
  • BNSF begins Portland container rail shuttle
  • Canada maps truck ELD plan as US mandate takes hold
  • E-commerce powering demand for air cargo industry
  • Santos dredging privatization to lower shipping costs
  • US imports forecast to rocket in February
  • Taxes on Chittagong port services rise
  • Adani receives first call at new Port of Ennore terminal

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TradeWindsweb site
JANUARY 8, 2018
  • Panama registry en route to Sanchi site
    World's largest shipping registry says it plans full investigation into collision of tanker and bulker.
  • International Seaways investor doubles down
    New York-listed tanker owner sees Spanish asset manager up its stake.
  • Investor eyes offloading BW Offshore shares
    Secondary placement size and share price is to be set through an accelerated bookbuilding process.
  • US Shipping creates new leadership role
    Jones Act tanker owner moves chief operating officer Sam Cermack into new post focused on bolstering business in the US-specific market.
  • Navig8 pool boosted by arrival of two Navios VLCCs
    Navig8's VLCC operation is wasting no time bolstering numbers as it prepares for eventual Gener8 losses.
  • Sovcomflot tanker twins fixed out on time charters
    Russian owner with bearish market view takes cover on two former Prisco ships.
  • Most engine damage 'due to human error'
    Swedish Club says mistakes typically made after maintenance work.
  • Maxim upgrades Pyxis Tankers amid positive product market read
    Bullish outlook driven partly by increase in import demand from Latin America and West Africa.
  • Fjord1 to order ferries after $232m contract win
    Norwegian owner clinches new deals for four domestic routes.
  • Boa taken to court over Noryards refund
    Guarantee provider starts legal action after arbitration award.
  • Moundreas capesize scrapped at eye-catching price
    Greek shipowner is selling its oldest capesize bulker at a very firm figure, sources say.
  • Golden Union newbuilding fixed on time charter
    Greek shipowner locks in work for vessel set for delivery from AVIC Weihai.
  • Reed Smith adds two new shipping partners
    Law group promotes Antonia Panayides in London and Jane Sarma in New York.
  • Chevron fixes Eidesvik PSV long-term
    Owner wins 18-month deal for ship to operate off UK.
  • HSH Nordbank hives off container debt to UK fund
    Debts and loans worth $151m linked to JR Shipping feeder box fleet sold.
  • Cosco Shipping Holdings chairman Wan Min resigns
    Departure comes with immediate effect with no successor yet named.
  • Salvage plan approved for sunken Seikongen
    Chile to go ahead with raising wellboat newbuilding off Puerto Montt.
  • P&O volumes hit six-year high to Larne
    UK operator says freight figures from Scotland best since 2011.
  • Cemex orders new dredger at Damen
    Dutch yard designs aggregate ship for UK owner.
  • Samos Steamship doubles its money after flipping capesize
    Greek owner said to be selling a bulker it bought at the bottom of the market in early 2016.
  • Eidesvik Offshore seals refinancing to 2022
    Norwegian owner lines up share sale as it cuts amortisation by 72.5%.
  • Clarksons tips upturn in tanker S&P business
    World's largest shipbroker believes owners can repeat 2016 success in dry with re-run in wet.
  • DSME lands close to $3bn in orders in 2017
    DSME pushed its orderbook towards the $25bn mark after an active 2017 at the shipbuilder. It secured contracts worth $2.98bn last year, according to statistics released today. The haul gives the shipyard a back catalogue of business priced at $23.99bn. As TradeWinds has reported, DSME is targeting contracts worth over $5bn in 2018. Clarksons places DSME's orderbook at 78 vessels of 11,908,3
  • Geest Line expands and switches to Dover
    UK to Caribbean operator adding five ships while moving from Portsmouth.
  • Court orders sale of Wise anchor-handler
    Malaysian admiralty to dispose of laid-up ship in Terengganu.
  • Sanchi 'at risk of explosion or sinking'
    Chinese authorities say no survivors yet found,while charterer Hanwha considers how to replace suezmax's cargo.
  • Sanchi incident to dent tanker pollution record
    Major casualty off China set to be one of the worst for wet sector in almost 15 years.
  • US Navy searches for Sanchi crew
    7 th fleet deploys aircraft to search for crew of burning NITC suezmax tanker Sanchi.
  • IMC heads to China for tanker newbuildings
    Singapore-based shipowner set to take delivery of 55,000-dwt ships from 2020.
  • PSA Marine secures Bangladesh FSRU deal
    Singapore company looks to build on existing towage services to global LNG terminals.

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American Shipperweb site
JANUARY 8, 2018
  • U.S. transportation and logistics sector adds jobs in December
    United States transportation and logistics companies added 1,800 jobs for the month in December 2017, according to the latest preliminary d...
  • CSX's new CEO backs precision scheduled railroading
    The new CEO of Jacksonville, Fla.-based Class I railroad CSX says that the Precision Scheduled Railroading system implemented by his predec...
  • CBP postpones effective date for in-bond regulatory changes
    U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is postponing the initial implementation of changes to its in-bond regulations for several months,...
  • NAFTA trade values jump 7.9% in October
    U.S.-NAFTA freight totaled $100.6 billion as all five major transportation modes carried more freight by value with North American Free Tra...
  • Cargo ship, oil tanker collide near Shanghai
    An oil tanker and a cargo ship collided off China's east coast near Shanghai over the weekend, resulting in an oil slick and 32 missing peo...
  • Warehousing, logistics facilities on the rise in Houston
    Developers are currently under construction on 4.6 million square feet of industrial projects across Houston,according to a new report from...
  • Commentary: Focus on the controllable, not driverless vehicles
    In early November, the veteran auto industry executive Bob Lutz penned a shockwave-inducing editorial for Automotive News that urged people...
  • Export barriers, autos among topics discussed at KORUS meeting
    Officials from the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) discussed proposals to address export barriers and industrial goods, incl...
  • Transplace appoints new CEO
    Transportation management services and logistics technology provider Transplace has named Frank McGuigan chief executive officer. He succe...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JANUARY 8, 2018
  • Libya's Sharara oil field back at nearly 300,000 b/d after power issues: sources
    Production from Libya's key Sharara oil field was back at nearly 300,000 b/d on Monday, just days after output dropped nearly 100,000 b/d following power problems, sources close to the matter said.
  • Full-year 2017 OPEC crude production averaged 32.33 mil B/D: Platts Survey
    Crisis-wracked Venezuela's crude production in December plunged to its lowest in more than 15 years.
  • Seasonal crude stock builds loom as bearish factor over prices
    After rising last week to their highest levels since December 2014, crude futures could face selling pressure over the coming weeks from seasonal builds in US crude stocks because of refinery maintenance.
  • Bad weather curtails bunkering operations at Gibraltar: port authority
    Rough weather has disrupted bunkering operations at the Gibraltar, halting them altogether during the morning, a spokesman for the port authority said Monday.
  • EIA says October residual fuel oil exports to Panama up 295% on year
    US residual fuel oil exports to Panama totaled 592,000 barrels in October, up 295% from 150,000 barrels in the same month a year earlier, Energy Information Administration data showed Monday.
  • OUTLOOK: Bunker industry faces crunch point over IMO sulfur move
    The global bunker industry looks set for a pivotal year in 2018 as buyers and sellers come under increasing pressure to decide how to respond to impending emissions limit cuts.
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • S Korea may seek prompt naphtha after condensate cargo collision
    "We have our contingency plan for backup. We have an alternative fleet and backup storage to replace it," a spokesperson at Hanwha Total said.
  • FUTURES: Crude higher on improved demand, rising optimism
    "There is a general optimism in the market now that global economy is improving," Janu Chan, senior economist at St George bank said.
  • Iranian tanker carrying condensate ablaze after collision: report
    The vessel, owned by the National Iranian Tanker Co., was heading to South Korea's Daesan port.

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