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22 August 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 00:16 GMT+2




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Sched Netweb site
FEBRUARY 9, 2018
  • NY/NJ is US 3rd busiest port with record volume of 6.71m TEU
  • US trade gap in 2017 widens to 9-year high despite Trump's tough talk
  • Hamburg Sud drops Jacksonville call from USEC-Venezuela service
  • Dredging works begin at Jacksonville port, Florida, to deepen channel to 47 feet
  • 2017 box throughput at Marseille Fos rises 10pc to 1.4 million TEU
  • European forwarders find it tough despite volume growth
  • 27 containers of frozen beef worth US$3m go missing in HK
  • European dredging conference in Bremen February 28
  • Emirates SkyCargo starts Dubai-Maastricht, Netherlands freighter services
  • China-EU customs clearance pilot programme expands from ocean to air freight
  • UPS to inaugurate non-stop daily service between Louisville and Dubai

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Exim Indiaweb site
FEBRUARY 8, 2018
  • Lift & Shift delivers 18 critical equipments for Kuwait National Petroleum Company's Al Zour Refinery project
  • Narottam Morarjee Institute of Shipping holds 39th Convocation
  • APM Terminals Pipavav adds Maersk FM3 service
  • Port of Antwerp organising roadshows in India this month
  • DP World Intermodal adds block train solution to its business portfolio
  • Credit cost should not be a deterrent to growing exports: FIEO President
  • India admitted to agreement on establishing international transport & transit corridor between Iran, Oman, Turkmenistan & Uzbekistan

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International Transport Journalweb site
FEBRUARY 9, 2018
  • Brave new world
  • Another class I railroad reports record investments
  • Managing pallets more skilfully
  • Mombasa - Nairobi line to be electrified
  • Boluda inks strategic pacts in northern Europe
  • Palangua country manager in Papua New Guinea
  • United now long-term partner of LA Memorial Coliseum
  • Meet and greet: new experience for new drivers
  • Philippines: green light for Subic-Clark railway
  • MacGregor snaps up lion's share of TTS Group
  • Evergreen: half the mega size is still big
  • White rhinos wing their way from Israel to Russia
  • Minsk-Riga express railfreight service
  • HHLA took advantage of 2017
  • Würfel Group scoops up Walter Massong
  • ICS names new general secretary
  • Bangkok and Liege airports now sisters

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IHS Maritimeweb site
FEBRUARY 8, 2018
  • Chiquita shakes up shipping programme
  • Maersk Line's USD1 billion profit improvement still in play
  • ICTSI Basra Gateway Expansion 'well under way'
  • Bourbon forecasts gradual recovery in offshore services
  • First all-electric car ferry holds promise for larger ships
  • HMM consortium to run Asia-South America service
  • Pan Ocean annual profit up 44%
  • Evergreen confirms eight-box-ship order from Samsung HI
  • Platten appointed secretary general at ICS
  • IRISL loses arbitration against SPP Shipbuilding
  • Earnings continue to slide for listed Japanese shipbuilders

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The Loadstarweb site
FEBRUARY 8, 2018
  • M&A 'the right recipe' for DSV, says CEO - so who will be the next takeover target?
  • And SEKO Logistics prepares 'watershed expansion' by partner and acquisition
  • Maersk Line set to beat profit forecast, but rougher seas for APMT and Damco
  • Fruit producers desperate for more perishables capacity into China as demand grows
  • Could autonomous trucks keep truckers in the driving seat?
  • Echo Global Logistics revenues surge 34.6% as it looks ahead to a strong year

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Marine Logweb site
FEBRUARY 8, 2018
  • Bollinger Shipyards delivers FRC 27
  • Samsung Heavy wins $752 million, eight ship order from Evergreen
  • Tallink opts for IoT based operational awareness solution
  • MacGregor to acquire most of TTS, but not Syncrolift
  • Eniram launches major update to fleet performance monitoring service
  • International Chamber of Shipping names new Secretary General

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
FEBRUARY 8, 2018
  • Electronic logging device driving up US short-haul trucking costs
  • HMM sets up consortium to run Asia-WCSA service
  • Europe infrastructure underinvestment hits shippers
  • Bangladesh to 'fast-track' Bay terminal project
  • DP World expands containerized rail for faster transits
  • China's first perishables block train leaves for Russia
  • Jones Act benefits Puerto Rico's consumers: Matson CEO
  • High-flying DSV looking for takeover targets

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TradeWindsweb site
FEBRUARY 8, 2018
  • Seacor Holdings investors change stakes
    One shareholder takes interest to almost 13% while another dips down to 8.3%.
  • Ocean Installer says subsea is 'bouncing back'

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American Shipperweb site
FEBRUARY 8, 2018
  • Evergreen orders eight 11,000-TEU newbuild containerships
    Evergreen Marine Corp. on Thursday placed an order with Samsung Heavy Industries to construct eight 11,000-TEU containerships, the Taiwanes...
  • EU, China request WTO consultations over U.S. safeguards on solar cells
    The European Union and China this week issued separate requests for dispute consultations at the World Trade Organization (WTO), after the ...
  • German shippers take on rising cargo thefts
    German business associations say they are fed up with an increase of cargo thefts throughout Germany and have launched a joint initiative t...
  • Port of Brownsville receives its largest-ever vessel
    The Port of Brownsville, a Gulf of Mexico seaport located at the southernmost tip of Texas, set a record recently when it received the m/v ...
  • CMPort buys 50% share in Port of Newcastle
    China Merchants Port Holdings Co. (CMPort) on Feb. 6 entered into an acquisition agreement under which it is buying a 50 percent interest i...
  • UPS adds midday overseas freight delivery service
    UPS has started an international guaranteed midday freight delivery service for cargo originating in 71 countries and shipped to 35 destina...
  • Tennessee company agrees to $500,000 settlement to resolve AD duty evasion allegations
    Home Furnishings Resource Group (HFRG) agreed to pay $500,000 as part of a settlement to resolve allegations it violated the False Claims A...
  • XPO earnings keep on trucking in 2017
    XPO Logistics reported a net income of $312.4 million for the full year in 2017, a sharp increase from a net income of $63.1 million the pr...
  • Sen. Scott drops holds on USTR nominees
    Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., on Wednesday released his holds on U.S. Ambassador to the World Trade Organization nominee Dennis Shea and Deputy U...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
FEBRUARY 8, 2018
  • UK FORTIES PIPELINE RESTARTS OIL FLOWS AFTER PLANT OUTAGE: INEOS
    The UK's Forties pipeline, the country's main oil supply artery, was being restarted Thursday after an outage at a processing plant the day before, the facility's operator, Ineos, said.
  • US shale oil output rise may not trigger price drop amid robust demand: Sieminski
    A strong global economy in the years ahead may be enough to absorb expected growth in US shale production and stave off any price crash, Adam Sieminski, the former head of the US Energy Information Administration, said Thursday.
  • Crude declines unabated, despite oversold conditions
    Crude futures fell Thursday for the fourth straight session as US equities resumed steep declines, keeping alive a risk-off rally that has placed selling pressure on oil prices.
  • Tanker owners brace for stormy 2018 as freight rates plummet
    Freight rates for crude oil tankers have nosedived so far in 2018 and are likely to remain depressed in the near term, weighed down by fleet growth and ongoing production cuts by OPEC and non-OPEC producers, industry sources said Thursday.
  • Millions of barrels of crude to be sold from US stocks in budget deal
    The US Congress is poised to approve a budget deal Thursday which mandates 100 million barrels of crude oil to be sold from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve and authorizes sales of another $350 million worth of government-owned crude.
  • ICE Brent futures' drop fails to encourage bunker buying in NWE
    Bunker prices in Northwest Europe plummeted Wednesday tracking the falls in ICE Brent futures, but this has failed to entice buyers.
  • Bunker tanker owner Sinanju completes bunker barge fleet expansion in Singapore
    Fleet expansion was to meet the growing fuel needs of ships bunkering in Singapore, Sinanju said.
  • Thailand's Precious Shipping prepares for upcoming environmental rules
    "You can't have people cheating...in the absence of a level playing field and a carriage ban, there won't be any incentive for good ship owners to comply," Hashim said.
  • SUBSCRIBER NOTE: Platts proposes discontinuing CPC Posted Prices for marine diesel oil
  • S Korea's HMD to deliver world's first ballast-free LNG bunkering ship in 2018
    LNG will be stored in independent IMO type C tanks and transferred to an LNG-fueled vessel at about 1,250 cu m/hour through cryogenic flexible hoses without ballasting and/or de-ballasting operations.
  • Brightoil Singapore waits out investigation of 2 crew suspected in MGO theft
    The duo were arrested on Monday for allegedly transferring 45 mt of marine gasoil to a tugboat off Bedok jetty on the same day.
  • External: Global Risk Management
  • Germany's Oldendorff posts 30% rise in 2017 bunker purchases to 3.5 mil mt
    The increase comes on the back of a bigger fleet and the company's positive outlook on global trade.
  • Maersk IBM blockchain initiative attracts Agility as freight forwarder
    Agility will identify events associated with individual shipments and share and receive information about them using blockchain.




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