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23 September 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 19:21 GMT+2




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Sched Netweb site
APRIL 12, 2018
  • HMM invites tenders for 20 'eco-friendly containerships'
  • Wan Hai Lines inaugurates Japan -Korea-Haiphong (JKH) Service
  • Euroseas closes charter deals for two feeder boxships
  • US-China tariff war is unhealthy for Hong Kong's economy and job security
  • N American marine terminal operators expand services inland
  • Port of Philadelphia to double capacity
  • JAXPORT biggest box port in Florida as monthly volumes increase 25pc
  • PHL, Indonesian roro shipping route is scrapped owing to lack of cargo
  • ACI lists HKIA as world busiest cargo airport
  • Cathay Pacific Cargo signs deal with Sonoco for pharma containers
  • IATA implements CEIV programme to protect animals during transport

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Exim Indiaweb site
APRIL 11, 2018
  • CMA CGM commences Ocean Alliance Day Two Product
  • India & Korea ink agreement on mutual recognition of Certificates of Competency of seafarers
  • Transworld Group celebrates 40th anniversary in Kochi
  • Container volume grows over 8 pc in 2017-18
  • Shipping Secretary graces event to mark JNPT achieving highest ever traffic of 4.83 m TEUs
  • India to showcase its economic opportunities at World Expo 2020 in Dubai
  • Industrialists & senior revenue officials grace AILBIEA's 16th anniversary celebrations

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International Transport Journalweb site
APRIL 12, 2018
  • China-Poland train takes Altynkol route for first time
  • Sodoco's next generation president/CEO starts work
  • A lot of space in the Ruhr basin
  • Italy: goods travelling at high speed from October
  • Haropa port of Rouen replacing equipment
  • Latam Cargo doubles number of European destinations
  • Facelift for big box warehouse
  • SBB Cargo introduces track and trace system
  • ULCVs part of HMM's restructuring strategy
  • Launch customer of new CMS version in Vietnam
  • Dublin latest affiliate of BDP
  • Groupage service from Duisburg to Wuhan
  • Russian ports - more exports in Q1
  • Emirates Skycargo launches new AOG product
  • New logistics centre for wine export
  • CFOs in and out at Schneider National

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IHS Maritimeweb site
APRIL 11, 2018
  • US port security compliance faltered in 2017
  • IMO working group reaches GHG emissions compromise deal
  • Eurogate lifts profits despite volume loss
  • Slow steaming not a carbon panacea
  • Hunter Group offered four VLCC newbuilding contracts plus three options
  • DP World warns competitors over Djibouti facilities
  • How proposed tariffs could impact LPG, bulker, and box ships
  • JX Ocean books VLGC at Hyundai
  • STX O&S escapes receivership as KDB accepts self-rescue plan

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The Loadstarweb site
APRIL 11, 2018
  • COSCO takeover of OOCL threatened by China-US trade spat
  • Russia's refusal to attend aviation talks could lead to ban on US carriers in its airspace
  • IMO gets final warning from Europe: 'act now to reduce shipping emissions'
  • HHLA must look elsewhere for growth as port of Hamburg volumes weaken
  • Airbus may put sleeping berths in cargo holds
  • H&M's turnaround runs through its supply chain

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Marine Logweb site
APRIL 11, 2018
  • Crowley fuels its first LNG-powered ConRo newbuild
  • Newport News completes inactivation of Enterprise (CVN 65)
  • Mexico's clean products imports on rise, says McQuilling
  • Forward Maritime inks LOI for up to 20 LNG fueled bulkers
  • Kim Heng secures one year time charter for AHTS duo
  • ExxonMobil launches next gen cylinder condition monitoring service
  • Viking Grace now first passenger ship equipped with rotor sail

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Lloyd's Listweb site
APRIL 11, 2018
  • ONE hit by booking system problems
    EXCLUSIVE: Industry sources say carrier is struggling to integrate IT systems and customers are voting with their feet
  • Trade war impact on carriers likely to be limited
    Only lines with high exposure to transpacific trades are likely to suffer in any spat between the US and China
  • Shipping staring at 50% emissions cut by 2050
    A proposed compromise text explicitly states the 50% cut is part of a pathway towards the Paris Agreement's goals
  • Djibouti fires back at DP World in port dispute
    War of words heats up over DCT ownership
  • VLCC earnings fall below $10,000 per day with low Saudi exports worsening oversupply
    Short rally is over as Middle Eastern exports expected to stay low with Opec supply cut in place
  • Stop putting seafarers lives at risk
    Almost half of required reports into accidents of a "very serious" nature, which includes loss of life, total loss of...
  • Maersk aims to escape from grip of freight rate volatility
    Digitalisation is at the core of Maersk's transformation from a conglomerate to a transport and logistics company, with customers already...
  • Eurogate posts double-digit jump in profits
    Profits grow on the back of non-recurring items and improving ROI
  • KDB holds off putting STX Offshore on receivership
    STX had earlier filed for court receivership in May 2016 after a year-long creditor-led rehabilitation scheme failed
  • Labour-short Japan urged to develop unmanned ships
    Japan's largest philanthropic organisation calls for more joint efforts in developing self-navigating vessels
  • Former Nor-Shipping director Liodden joins OBR
    Ms Liodden will start the new chapter in her career at the start of next month
  • Fujairah dismisses talk of low-sulphur fuel shortage in 2020
    Fear that Fujairah might not be able to provide enough low sulphur fuel oil in 2020 was so high among...
  • Sulphur cap could drive up global bunker fuel costs by $60bn a year
    The industry is considering alternatives such switching to ultra low-sulphur fuel oil or marine gasoil, or installing scrubbers

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
APRIL 11, 2018
  • Rising US truck, intermodal rates confirm strengthening economy
  • Speculation mounts on US allowing Cosco takeover of LB terminal
  • JNPT truck-to-rail conversions stall despite incentives
  • Infographic: 12 steps to be a US truck shipper of choice
  • New container services target Mexico-Asia volume growth
  • Growing US surface volume, tight capacity ripe for 3PLs
  • DP World warns competitors over disputed Doraleh terminal

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TradeWindsweb site
APRIL 11, 2018
  • Corpus Christi eyes second VLCC load point
    Leading means of egress for US crude oil cargoes sees another potential site for loading super tankers.
  • Top Ships back within Nasdaq compliance
    Greek owner's shares are now trading over $1 after company conducts a 1-for-10 reverse stock split.
  • Kim Heng fixes two vessels for one year
    Singaporean owner of offshore vessels charters two anchor-handling tug supply (AHTS) ships to Malaysian oil major with optimism toward the future.
  • Shearwater adds TGS data contract
    Geophysical shipowner wins more work from compatriot for 2018.
  • Omicron buys panamax after selling handy
    Greek owner continues active period in the sale and purchase market.
  • Warrant issued for bulker that hit mansion
    Greek ship pursued by owner for $50m damages to historic building bashed in Bosporus.
  • LDA orders second wind farm ship
    French group beats 16 owners to land Orsted contract.
  • Stolt-Nielsen scraps another tanker
    Norwegian owner sends 2006-built carrier to Indian breakers.
  • Fitch: bulkers, boxships most exposed in trade wars
    Ratings agency says effect of US-China measures will depend on owners' flexibility.
  • AlixPartners: lines still in the danger zone
    "Imperative" that carriers curb their appetite for newbuildings, or face continued "margin-crushing" scenario.
  • Dof seals three-year charter in Brazil
    Norwegian owner clinches long-term subsea deal from Petrobras.
  • AP Moller-Maersk awards share options
    Group aims to retain executive directors with stock incentive.
  • KDB withdraws STX O&S receivership
    Korean yard's restructuring plan approved by creditors, avoiding court process.
  • Concerns over US takeover approval hit OOIL shares
    Alphaliner says investors are anxious about $6.3bn CoscoCS deal against background of US-China trade war.
  • Rare ANEK buy signals change of fortune
    Cretan ferry company makes first purchase in years after finances take a turn for the better
  • Petrogress inks Ghana crude supply deal
    Greek tanker owner enters partnership with Platon Gas Oil.
  • Indonesian S&P deals top $100m in first quarter
    Shipowners favoured different sectors in 2017 and 2018, VesselsValue data shows.
  • Korean appetite for LNG weaker than hoped
    Demand is set to ease off initially before increasing again, says Wood Mackenzie analyst.

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American Shipperweb site
APRIL 11, 2018
  • Small businesses: Make trade deals, not wars
    Testifying in front of House lawmakers on Wednesday, small business stakeholders spoke in support of free trade agreements and expressed co...
  • NEWS FLASH: Rep. Hunter asks Trump to review Gulftainer investment in Port of Wilmington, Del.
    U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter Jr., R-Calif., chairman of the Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation, asked President Donald Trump...
  • House signals OK on rail bills
    The U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday passed two bipartisan railroad data and information security bills, the STB Information and Se...
  • Port of Virginia cargo swell continues in March
    The Port of Virginia continued to see increased volumes of containerized cargo in March 2018, with total throughput swelling 8.7 percent to...
  • Long Beach touts Q1 record
    The Inner Harbor at the Port of Long Beach. Port of Long Beach said it handled 575,258 TEUs in March, an increase of 13.8 percent compared ...
  • WLS: Capacity continues to rise on transatlantic, Asia-Europe trades
    The Asia-Europe and transatlantic trades thrived in the first quarter of 2018, with weekly deployed capacity rising 4 percent and 8.5 perce...
  • NAFTA agreement by Cinco de Mayo?
    Plausible scenarios for the conclusion of NAFTA negotiations range from a tweaked agreement to be hashed out before the July 1 Mexican pres...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
APRIL 11, 2018
  • Oil rises as events in Middle East overshadow US data
    President Trump's vow to bomb Syria pushed oil to highest levels in more than three years.
  • USGC HSFO exports likely to pick up in May on open arbitrage: sources
    Sources said more fixtures would leave for Singapore in May.
  • EIA says US residual fuel oil imports lowest since 2016
    USGC stocks fell 881,000 barrels from the previous week.
  • Baltic bunker suppliers eye more fixtures to Asia as ice thins
  • Fuel oil forward curve not fully pricing in 2020 IMO impact: Platts Analytics
    "The market has not appreciated yet the degree and scope of these changes."
  • FEATURE: Pressure grows on IMO amid shipping carbon talks
    Delegates arriving at the IMO were greeted by a group of about 20 protesters lobbying for a strategy consistent with the Paris Agreement.
  • FEATURE: Technical issues loom over VLSFO bunker fuel in 2020
  • Piracy attacks rise 50% to 66 in Q1, with biggest jump in West Africa: IMB
    All but one of the 114 seafarers captured worldwide was in this region.
  • FUTURES: Oil lower on API crude build data, profit-taking
    "Conciliatory tones brought [equity] markets higher on Tuesday, but there remains a whole lot to consider in this US-China trade conflict," an IG market strategist said.




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