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Sched Netweb site
APRIL 10, 2018
  • No news yet for cargo owners after fatal fire on board Maersk Honam
  • All ahead full after first week of Japan's legacy carriers working as ONE
  • Port of New York/New Jersey has record-setting year in 2017
  • US-China trade war could benefit Asia: Singapore's EDB
  • Asia-US trade to grow 6.8pc despite high tariffs: Drewry economist
  • Gulftainer wins 50-year concession to operate, expand Wilmington port
  • Bollore to build 2nd container terminal at Abidjan port for US$496 million
  • Fears of Amazon squeezing suppliers by raising fees to ship low-cost goods
  • US-Taiwan flight starts between Taoyuan and Ontario
  • Virgin Atlantic posts hefty loss but cargo volume rises 6pc on 9pc revenue gain

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Exim Indiaweb site
APRIL 9, 2018
  • APL extends Eagle GO. Guaranteed premium offering
  • Initial GHG strategy for international shipping set for adoption
  • IRClass assists in electrification of Elephanta island near Mumbai
  • LNG seen as the fuel of the future
  • MOL launches trial use of cooling work suits onboard
  • APSEZ expands Dhamra Port capacity four-fold to 100 mtpa
  • JNPT's DPD transport solution seen facilitating substantial reduction in time & cost
  • VOC Port creates new single day handling record
  • Air cargo grows in Feb. but seen facing protectionist headwinds

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International Transport Journalweb site
APRIL 10, 2018
  • Iberia to change gauge?
  • Freight traffic growing - albeit slowly
  • OeBB gets new Vectron for international deployment
  • American Airlines signs major Dreamliner order
  • Pfenning strengthens ties with employees
  • Hero of the storm
  • GSA raises voice against protectionism
  • Garbe takes over Lidl logistics properties
  • Developing box transport between China and Europe
  • Congestion leads to surcharges on inland shipping services
  • LOC Group with joint CEOs from now on
  • Logipharma show graced by Skycell
  • Bolloré centralises warehousing in Miami
  • Ceva Logistics plans IPO on SIX Swiss Exchange
  • PKP Cargos' executive board reshuffled
  • Higher frequencies for Albatros Express
  • Air Canada Cargo changes Geneva handling partner

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IHS Maritimeweb site
APRIL 9, 2018
  • Receivership again for STX O&S
  • Declining scrap prices reflect low demand in China
  • SM Line to sign pact with Busan maritime ecosystem
  • ECSA carries out review of EU tonnage tax policy
  • Fincantieri seeks to boost Australian shipbuilding
  • STX O&S union gives in to banks' demands
  • South Korean shipbuilding plan draws cautious industry response
  • Seadrill restructuring plan wins creditor, shareholder approval
  • Panama Canal transits up for region's cargo
  • Samsung HI's capital boost backed by affiliates
  • Could shipping face legal action if the IMO dithers on carbon emission regulations?

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The Loadstarweb site
APRIL 9, 2018
  • CEVA tests market nerve for watershed, multi-billion dollar IPO on Swiss exchange
  • Marshall Islands calls on IMO delegates to get serious about curbing combat shipping's rising emissions
  • Maersk expands online booking platform for Chinese shippers to Mediterranean ports
  • Survey - shipowners shun scrubbers in advance of 2020 low-sulphur rules
  • APL extends premium container booking scheme to transatlantic and Asia-Australasia services
  • Air freight volumes rise 7% at top 20 airports

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Marine Logweb site
APRIL 9, 2018
  • Matt Mulherin receives Navy League Nimitz Award
  • Meyer Werft selects CGI for IT modernization program
  • IMO's MEPC set for contentious session
  • Cheo Lee Shipyards completes sea trials of 27 m crew transfer vesserl
  • P&O Cruises Ventura completes two week docking at Damen Brest
  • Woodward to acquire fuel injection specialist L'Orange
  • Keppel O&M to build Singapore's first LNG fueled bunker tanker
  • ABS and MSC pioneer major advance in classification

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Lloyd's Listweb site
APRIL 9, 2018
  • Decarbonisation negotiations drag on
    The Marshall Islands threaten to walk away from strategy that does not allow for the possibility of meeting Paris Agreement...
  • BIMCO moves to cut port clearance paperwork
    MRM will enable a master to focus on the operation and safety of the ship, rather than being overwhelmed by...
  • Majority of owners plan to use low-sulphur fuel
    Survey finds fears over longevity of scrubbers and rising costs
  • Trade war threatens US container growth
    Imports set to break records in April as first-half volumes rise by more than 5%
  • Box freight rate volatility increasing despite consolidation
    Reducing the number of carriers competing for cargoes has yet to pay off with stable rates
  • Bunker tankers next on the dual-fuel bandwagon
    Dual-fuel engines are increasingly being considered for an increasing number of vessel types as emission standards tighten
  • Singapore Chamber of Maritime Arbitration makes regional push
    Chamber capitalises on ad hoc nature of its maritime arbitration rules and litigation funding to grow market share
  • Indebted Seadrill wins creditors' backing for $1bn restructuring
    John Fredriksen-linked drillship operator says 99.8% of all voting creditors accept the scheme
  • Seaborne coal demand growth slated to weaken over 2018
    Coal demand will also be affected by nuclear reactors resuming after maintenance while coal plants are shut to combat South...
  • Searching for the elements of efficiency in Singapore
    The Lloyd's List Business Briefing at Singapore Maritime Week challenges the accepted view that the future belongs to technology alone.
  • Four questions for shipping's decarbonisation strategy
    IMO decisions are generally taken based on the principle of consensus but this could go to the vote
  • Pacific Islands issue stern warning against GHG regulation laggards
    Marshall Islands, Solomon Islands and Tuvalu warn shipping could miss Paris Agreement targets.

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
APRIL 9, 2018
  • Pre-deadline US ELD truck violations sound louder alarm
  • ONE Network bullish on Argentina trade growth
  • Europe's automotive logistics sector eyes strong 2018
  • Traditional forwarders challenged not disrupted
  • Mobile port to develop auto terminal
  • Top 5 ocean carriers serving US trades see export share slips

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TradeWindsweb site
APRIL 9, 2018
  • Hoegh family invests another $3m in Hoegh LNG
    Leif Hoegh & Co buys 500,000 shares of Hoegh LNG Holdings and affiliate Brompton Cross VII's 40,800 units.
  • Courson in, Spivak out as Seaspan CFO
    Three-year veteran of world's largest containership lessor plans to step down in one month.
  • IMO opens 'heavily laden' MEPC 72 session
    Secretary general speaks to delegates on greenhouse gases, sulphur regulations and ballast water management.
  • China LNG Shipping aiming at VLEC market
    Gas shipping joint venture of two of China's largest shipowners goes after ethane cargo needs with new MOU.
  • HFW brings in Fishers' founder Nick Fisher
    New London senior partner will bring his clients to law firm's wider network.
  • Keesjan Cordia pumping cash into Oceanteam
    Former Seafox founder backing restructuring OSV owner with fresh equity.
  • EU rallies IMO over emissions reduction
    IMO "can do better" says EU transport commissioner Violeta Bulc.
  • Crewman injured in tanker blast
    South Korean ship hit by explosion off Japan.
  • Keppel wins Singapore's first dual-fuel bunker ship
    Singmarine yard signs deal with Mitsui & Co for new tanker.
  • OW Bunker trial: Moller unaware of concerns
    CEO of collapsed bunker group's subsidiary unaware of emails from CFO querying financial dealings.
  • Bahri: 'minor' VLCC damage after Houthi attack
    Saudi Arabian owner says cargo unaffected after militia targeted tanker.
  • Steadfast Marine lines up IPO
    Indonesian shipbuilder raising $3m from Jakarta listing.
  • Ever Judger fire: workers tried to burn off oil
    Bulker owner says action was attempt to mitigate effects of oil spill
  • Shipyard part of Nigeria's $450m port plan
    New project gathering pace at Tomaro also includes refinery and storage.
  • Seadrill creditors back new $1bn refinancing
    Fredriksen drillship company wins 99.8% approval for cash injection.
  • Ocean Bunkering Services eyes larger market share
    Ocean Tankers sister company reportedly targeting up to 20% of local bunker market.
  • Pavilion Gas receives first Singapore LNG cargo
    Inaugural shipment discharged over the weekend from Q-flex LNG carrier Al Oraiq.
  • Keppel walks away from Titan yard agreement
    Singapore group won't manage Fujian province yard, but is open to future collaborations.

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American Shipperweb site
APRIL 9, 2018
  • Auto terminal operator AMPORTS sold to Canadian investors
    Toronto-based investment firm InstarAGF Asset Management Inc. has acquired a 100 percent equity interest in AMPORTS, Inc., an automotive po...
  • Commerce finalizes duties on Chinese flanges
    Based on its investigation into Chinese government subsidies, the U.S. Commerce Department has finalized countervailing duty amounts for im...
  • State Department shipping panel prepares for IMO
    The State Department-led Shipping Coordinating Committee will meet at 9 a.m. May 11 at Coast Guard headquarters in Washington, D.C., to pre...
  • U.S., Bahrain sign agricultural trade pact
    The United States and Bahrain signed a memorandum of understanding to support "certainty and enhanced cooperation" on requirements for U.S....
  • OFAC adds sanctions, transactional carve-outs for Russia, Ukraine
    Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) on Friday added several sanctions in the form of new designations of mostly Russia/Ukrai...
  • NRF: U.S. container import volumes rebound in February
    Major retail ports in the United States handled 1.69 million TEUs of containerized imports in February 2018, an increase of 15.8 percent co...
  • IMO prioritizes emissions reduction ahead of London MPEC meeting
    The International Maritime Organization says adoption of an initial strategy on the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from ships ...
  • Executive Moves: RK Logistics and Volga-Dnepr Group
    San Francisco-based RK Logistics has promoted its senior director of operations to vice president of operations, while Russian air cargo ca...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
APRIL 9, 2018
  • Oil reverses higher as risk appetite returns
    Oil market gained back declines from Friday.
  • Fuel for Thought: Energy security is a delicate balance
    Sourcing energy when dealing with geopolitical tensions critical.
  • EPA's expanded waivers to US biofuel mandate could have big impact
    Expansion of waivers could greatly decrease biofuel demand.
  • Pruitt appears safe as US EPA chief after bruising week
    Trump tweeted support for head of EPA over weekend.
  • Istanbul bunkers' premium over HSFO benchmark reaches four-month low
  • External: Global Risk Management
  • INTERVIEW: Launch of cost calculator to aid bunker fuel choices as IMO 2020 looms, says Methanol Institute COO
    The calculator will enable owners and operators to understand the comparative fuel with HSFO, LSFO and LNG versus operating methanol-based propulsion.
  • FUTURES: Crude rises, eyes on China's trade reaction
    "Comments from US President Trump that Americans may have to endure a little pain, if the dispute turns into an all-out trade war, saw a risk-off tone across the markets," ANZ analysts said.




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