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23 May 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 18:48 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 12, 2018
  • US retail imports not hit by trade war threat: Port Tracker
  • MOL chief says eco-fuel will drive many to ruin - 'We'll all go bust!'
  • MSC signs with BoxTech Database to 10 million box mark
  • China solar sector begs Beijing to delay subsidy cuts
  • Capacity shortage drives up panamax daily hire rates 30pc
  • Panama Canal sets tonnage record of 38.1 million tons in May
  • Marseille Fos fortunes rise as Maersk adds 2 new calls
  • UPS expanding less than container load ocean service
  • North America rail traffic up 2.3pc in week ending June 2
  • US April exports: pork up 13pc, beef up 11pc, lamb up 97pc
  • Airbus-Bombardier C Series deal presents challenge to Boeing
  • Asia's first big aircraft recycling facility open in Harbin
  • Siemens to expand Saudi Airlines Cargo air freight hub
  • Emirates SkyCargo now goes to London Stansted and Edinburgh

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Exim Indiaweb site
JUNE 11, 2018
  • Iridium makes maritime industry history
  • Japan aims at becoming an international LNG bunkering hub
  • Leading ship managers form global joint procurement business to enhance value for principals
  • Liberia honours Greek shipping partners as it celebrates 70th anniversary
  • SCFI Asia-Northern Europe spot rate marginally down
  • Swire Shipping upgrades services from North Asia to the Pacific
  • US Federal Maritime Commission votes to expand flexibility in NVOCC service options
  • Approach road to BMCT in poor condition
  • DP World Mundra works towards providing enhanced medical facilities in Kutch District
  • Port of Rotterdam invests in low-threshold monitoring system for container transport
  • QTerminals to showcase achievements, future plans at event
  • Commerce Secy calls for diversifying export basket & focusing on newer markets
  • Economy seen in a sweet spot

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 12, 2018
  • "Heaven or hell?"
  • Increasing industry support for secure truck parking
  • Swiss Post starts search for new CEO
  • Australia gets first fully automatic intermodal terminal
  • New office in Hamburg
  • Introducing Wallenius Wilhelmsens' new hero
  • Only one FAA infrastructure grant for cargo facilities
  • Another stellar project for Cargolux
  • Salzburg - Trieste piggyback service resumed
  • Toyota has plans for port of Long Beach
  • Cross-dock centre opens in Ghent
  • 100 candles on Embalex cake
  • Europe's airports: robust freight traffic growth in April
  • Launch of China - Turkey intermodal service
  • TX Logistik greets new director intermodal Europe
  • Swire calling more at Chinese port
  • Over 1 million shipments conveyed
  • The new choice: France, a partner for your trade...

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JUNE 11, 2018
  • European shortsea freights under pressure
  • DSME bounces back to full capacity and orderbook
  • HMM launches China-Australia service with APL and Evergreen
  • Maritime UK calls on Department for International Trade to drastically raise its game
  • Hutchison's development of Laem Chabang's Terminal D well under way
  • Oldendorff returns to Jiangsu Hantong for more Kamsarmaxes
  • Mitsui books five MR tankers at Samsung HI for Chevron charter
  • New Admire, a 2015-built bulk carrier

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The Loadstarweb site
JUNE 11, 2018
  • Low-sulphur fuel laws will see container lines 'all go bust', says MOL CEO
  • Launch of JV sets Turkish Cargo on a course for Chinese logistics sector
  • More freight services out of China as Kerry and Damco announce new rail routes
  • Analysis: signs point to an 'M&A binge' in the wings of the logistics arena
  • CJ Logistics to acquire majority stake in DSC
  • Qatar Airport cargo cushions blow from Saudi-led embargo
  • Nairobi's container depot the main cause of import cargo pile-up?

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Marine Logweb site
JUNE 11, 2018
  • Thoma-Sea to build advanced Rolls-Royce design pelagic trawler
  • Metal Shark acquires Horizon Shipbuilding assets
  • First BC Ferries Spirit class ship completes LNG conversion
  • LR offers one stop solution for EU MRV and IMO DCS compliance
  • DSME sees order intake improving
  • Volvo Penta "going full charge" into hybrid and all-electric
  • Vittoria Shipyard delivers ASD tug to Algeria
  • BV issues approvals for GTT LNG containment systems

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 11, 2018
  • Closure of Vedanta's copper smelter to hit small bulkers
    Regional government's order to shut the facility following violent protests will also dampen future bulk imports as Vedanta had sought...
  • DHT appoints new chief financial officer
    Laila Halvorsen has served as chief controller and accountant since 2014 after 17 years with Western Bulk
  • Shipping requires leadership and vision - not finger pointing and excuses
    Posidonia 2018 offered a showcase for the forward thinking next generation leaders, but it also made clear that the old...
  • Europe-South Asia box trade makes strong start
    Middle East imports falling as Indian subcontinent booms
  • The Trump-Kim power play
    A deal, if struck, could boost trades and significantly increase the demand for shipping
  • Integro finalises Tysers acquisition
    Move follows private equity backed merger of SSL and Endeavour
  • HHI delays IRISL newbuilds amid sanction fears
    Newbuildings expected to be delivered in the second quarter of this year remain on the orderbook
  • OECD to investigate liner schedule reliability
    International Transport Forum to report on impact of late-running ships on supply chain
  • The boxship leader board: It's not just a matter of scale
    MSC has pre-empted its 2M partner on several occasions in recent weeks
  • GasLog founder linked to new private investment firm
    New firm will have "a desire for influence if not control" of the companies it invests in
  • Lloyd's List names 2018 Tom Leander Fellow
    Three-month maritime news internship supported by companies and associations across the industry
  • Euronav sells 20-year-old suezmax
    Belgium-based company will record a gain of $10.6m in the second quarter from the sale
  • BIMCO backs anti-corruption drive
    The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network asked IMO member states to crack down on corruption at the June 5-8 Facilitation Committee
  • Sulphur cap will drive operators out of business, MOL's Ikeda says
    Customers must understand that the cap is contributing to the health of the globe, says Ikeda, and the extra cost...
  • Iraq begins to rebuild tanker fleet with oil export to US
    Updates: industry sources said the VLCC is owned by Evangelos Marinakis's company and on bareboat charter to a IOTC joint venture...
  • Daily Briefing
    MSC boxships to slow down as chief executive Aponte reviews operations | Freight rate dumping: It's yesterday once more |...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 11, 2018
  • East Coast ports hope federal funds boost Asia market share
  • E-commerce pressures, strike threat frame Teamsters-UPS contract talks
  • E-commerce's package explosion challenges US Customs
  • New traffic plan eases DP World Nhava Sheva truck congestion
  • Container lines face steep climb in recouping bunker fuel surcharges
  • Chittagong shippers brace for Eid holiday delays
  • Rotterdam's inland terminal box scanning pilot to improve visibility

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TradeWindsweb site
JUNE 11, 2018
  • UK P&I: off-spec bunkers hard to test
    Leading P&I club issues alert to owners as contaminated fuel hit US Gulf Coast market.
  • Jones Act considered safety hazard
    Economics professor says 20th century US maritime law results in 'sacrificing safety' with older vessels.
  • Gener8 lays out $12.2m in severance payments
    Top executives of soon-to-be swallowed up tanker owner also free to work for rivals post merger close.
  • Thorco Luna banned from Australia
    Thorco Projects vessel barred after third detention in 2018.
  • Scorpio Bulkers banks $30m loan
    ING cash will refinance owner's two modern kamsarmaxes.
  • Probe finds self-igniting charcoal sparked two boxship cargo fires
    Investigators call for change after cargo declared safe is found to have started blazes.
  • DHT appoints new chief financial officer
    New York-listed tanker owner goes with insider as long-serving CFO steps down.
  • Flag states call on IMO to address 2020 fuel fears
    Registries join shipowner associations in warning of risks associated with sulphur cuts.
  • Hurtigruten to take over Kleven yard
    Norwegian owner says it sees great potential at domestic shipbuilder.
  • DSME revenue to fall further in 2018
    But new orders could approach $7.3bn target this year, CEO says.
  • Eyal Ofer tops Israel's rich list
    Brother Idan comes in fifteenth, $7bn behind Zodiac chief.
  • Posidonia proves another success as star-studded parties steal show
    Greek event's parties celebrate milestones and feature celebrities
  • First man joins WISTA in Norway
    Women's shipping organisation takes next step by welcoming Nor-Shipping director Per Martin Tanggaard.
  • MISC reveals Petrobras tanker deal worth $645m
    New shuttle tankers will rake in the cash over 10 years in Brazil.
  • German broker Peter Gast dies aged 89
    Founder of Peter Gast Shipping also started up the world's largest private sailing race.
  • Inmarsat stock jumps after takeover rejected
    Satellite player turned down bid from EchoStar Corp.
  • 2Go swings to profit
    Philippines ro-ro group has non-shipping operations to thank.
  • PDVSA makes first STS transfer to cut tanker queue
    Sonangol suezmax loaded at sea as Venezuelan major tries to beat congestion.
  • MOL's Ikeda: 'We're all going to go bust'
    CEO warns disaster ahead unless owners can pass on costs of sulphur cap.
  • Shell signs Subsea 7 pipe-lay deal
    OSV to install lines north of Shetland in 2020 and 2021.
  • Euronav profits from sale of veteran suezmax
    Belgian owner makes $10.6m from offloading oldest and smallest tanker.
  • Livanos teams with top bankers in new investment firm
    Greek owner and ex- Goldman Sachs partners will initially focus on energy, financial services and shipping.
  • CMA CGM to use Rotterdam to bunker LNG boxships
    French container shipping giant says it may also eventually consider using Singapore as well.
  • MMA Offshore ties up Pinnacle for three years
    Aussie vessel operator says contract is 'significant' as it looks to expand its IMR service offering.

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American Shipperweb site
JUNE 11, 2018
  • CN heavily investing in two provinces
    Canadian National (CN), the largest of the two Canada-based Class I railways, is heavily investing in its rail networks across British Colu...
  • Corpus Christi nets funding for channel improvement
    Included in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 2018 fiscal year Work Plan is $23 million for the Port of Corpus Christi channel improvement p...
  • Oakland director warns about 'extreme protectionism'
    Chris Lytle, the executive director of the Port of Oakland, is warning about "extreme protectionism" and says a trade war with China would ...
  • Vietnam alarmed about scrap imports
    Vietnam's environment minister is sounding the alarm about growing scrap imports into his country following a ban on many commodities in Ch...
  • Trump rejects G7 joint statement over trade matters
    President Donald Trump rejected the joint statement signed off on by the six other world leaders who participated in the G7 summit in Charl...
  • White House sending mixed messages on ZTE deal
    President Donald Trump and his administration appear to be having a tough time getting their story straight when it comes to a deal made la...
  • A. Duie Pyle expanding warehousing footprint
    Transportation and logistics provider A. Duie Pyle is ramping up its warehousing footprint as demand for space continues to increase. All ...
  • Trade community looks for drawn up drawback rules
    The trade community is hopeful that U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) will release a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) for new dr...
  • South Carolina Ports Authority reports record month
    South Carolina Ports Authority's (SCPA) container volumes in May surged 8.2 percent year-over-year to 197,437 TEUs, a record for the month ...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JUNE 11, 2018
  • Amid strong Q1 USGC gasoline exports, Florida's foreign imports rise
    In the first quarter of 2018 the US state of Florida saw its imports of gasoline from abroad rise above historic norms as inflows from the US Gulf Coast dipped, S&P Global Platts analysis of various data sets from the US federal government shows.
  • US, UN announce sanctions against accused Libyan fuel smuggler
    The US and United Nations Monday sanctioned six individuals accused of migrant smuggling.
  • First VLCC booked to take HSFO east from Rotterdam for June
    The first VLCC for June was heard by shipping sources on subjects over the weekend to load high sulfur fuel oil from Rotterdam for discharge in Singapore.
  • Oil a bit softer with attention on US-North Korea summit
    Oil futures fell slightly Monday morning in US trading, with broader financial markets awaiting news from the US-North Korea summit and a trio of central bank meetings scheduled to take place this week.
  • Container market divided over emergency bunker surcharges
    Nerves are fraying in the container market over how best to reflect rising fuel costs in customers' freight rates in deals covering long periods of time.
  • Classification expert DNV GL sees dramatic rise in marine scrubber demand
    As of May, the total number of vessels that had either ordered or installed scrubbers stood at 817, DNV GL said.
  • China, Iran agrees to strengthen strategic cooperation despite US pressure
    Iran faces reimposition of sanctions by the US, which could impact its crude oil exports.
  • FUEL FOR THOUGHT: Global oil demand could leave gaping hole
    "If commodity prices remain elevated, we could start to see this have a drag on global GDP growth," said Platts Analytics' Chris Midgley.
  • Armed robbery attacks against ships in Straits of Malacca, Singapore rise in Jan-May: ReCAAP
    ReCAAP also warned ship farers to be vigilant when traversing the waters of Indonesia.
  • FUTURES: Crude mixed on rising US rig count, lower OPEC supply
    "WTI declined as investors digested the sustained climb in oil rigs," OCBC Commodity economist said.
  • REFINERY NEWS: Japan's Cosmo Oil restarts 75,000 b/d Chiba CDU
    Cosmo Oil had shut 49% of its 363,000 b/d refining capacity at the peak of its scheduled maintenance.

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