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18 October 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 15:24 GMT+2




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Sched Netweb site
SEPTEMBER 12, 2018
  • Djibouti siezes shares in Doraleh Container Terminal, ignores court ruling
  • Long Beach box volume slips 1.9pc in August, but rises 9.4pc so far this year
  • Looming 0.5pc marine fuel sulphur cap to impact ship charter agreements
  • MacGregor invests in developing autonomous cranes anticipating future
  • China subsidises exporters damaged by US tariffs through tax breaks
  • Democrats say they will block Trump signing NAFTA deal without Canada
  • New headquarters set up in Hong Kong to lead MOL's NVOCC business
  • Agility turns sod on 29-hectare warehouse park in Maputo, Mozambique
  • The Freight Summit to be held at Reverie Saigon from October 9 to 12
  • Greater Arctic commercial exploitation exposes lack of infrastructure
  • Liebherr delivers four new STS cranes to APM Terminals, Gothenburg
  • Shenzhen's Uni-top freighters link Liege with Wuhan in Central China
  • Cargo flights to Kigali and Muscat launched by expanding Turkish Cargo
  • Swissport first half revenue increases 4.1pc to US$1.66 billion

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Exim Indiaweb site
SEPTEMBER 11, 2018
  • Bahri bags 'Shipping Line of the Year - Break Bulk Operator' award at All India Maritime And Logistics Awards 2018
  • Classification of potentially hazardous cargoes being discussed at IMO
  • DG Shipping - Circular on IMO Data Collection System
  • Pradeep Kale elected President of Pune Custom House Agents' Association
  • India-Syria trade seen having potential to reach $500 m by 2020
  • North Carolina ports bracing for Hurricane Florence
  • SpiceJet launches dedicated freight service
  • Work on Agartala-Akhaura rail project commences

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International Transport Journalweb site
SEPTEMBER 12, 2018
  • Run on the reefer
  • New vehicles to counter cargo space shortage
  • SCPA reflects on "delightful" August
  • Tiger Trailers for carrying paper reels in UK
  • Independent "heavyweight" for Wascosa
  • Flykargo supports return of Jetblue's cargo business
  • Novel solution for private deliveries
  • Tank cars for molten sulphur and sulphuric acid
  • Luka Koper adjusts investments after good H1/2018
  • Management reshuffle at Frigosped
  • DB Schenker and Veikkaus ink contract logistics pact
  • United Cargo takes new cold chain system on board
  • New structure for Linhas Aéreas de Moçambique
  • Spicing up airfreight in India
  • Volvo cars takes to the rails
  • CMA CGM sees steep income drop in Q2
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • New gateway for Austria and Eastern Europe

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IHS Maritimeweb site
SEPTEMBER 11, 2018
  • DP World blasts Djibouti's 'blatant disregard' for international law as port spat rumbles on
  • Sovcomflot orders Aframax pair at domestic shipyard
  • RWE books capacity at Germany's first LNG terminal
  • Cargill confirms tanker quartet charter from Empire Navigation
  • Challenges multiply for the ro-ro sector
  • Whangarei Harbour to welcome fully loaded Suezmax tankers

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The Loadstarweb site
SEPTEMBER 11, 2018
  • UK haulage crisis tightens its grip as shippers face a delay 'double-whammy'
  • Government nationalises its stake in Djibouti port and container terminal
  • Spicejet - the low-cost carrier with big ambitions for cargo
  • Cargologicair expands management team with some new faces
  • Truck drivers wanted at Walmart - $1,500 referral bonus
  • Why European container lines are winning the reefer market share battle
  • Brian Hancock and Michael Naatz boost management team at Kansas City Southern
  • Finance expert Virginia Henkels joins Echo Global Logistics board

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Marine Logweb site
SEPTEMBER 11, 2018
  • VIDEO: GEA rethinks the marine separator
  • Safe Bulkers to fit half its fleet with scrubbers
  • Chevron launches 2020 ready range of cylinder lubricants
  • VT Halter Marine books order for another Bouchard ATB
  • N-Sea Offshore at work on three-year subsea IRM contract
  • Austal to build 94 m fast ferry for Trinidad and Tobago
  • Sovcomflot orders LNG fueled Aframax duo at Russian shipyard

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Lloyd's Listweb site
SEPTEMBER 11, 2018
  • Shipping's carbon emissions have peaked, BIMCO says
    BIMCO's new research finds that greenhouse gas emissions from shipping peaked in 2008 and focus should be improving the future...
  • Trade wars could hurt shipping demand, BIMCO says
    Any escalation of the Sino-US trade spat poses a threat to underlying consumption and may make ship positioning more difficult...
  • Peter Döhle opts for Greek BWTS for fleet
    Greek manufacturer gets the nod from second major German owner after being chosen by Oldendorff Carriers earlier this year to...
  • DP World condemns Djibouti nationalisation
    DP World says arbitration proceedings to bring to an end the long-running feud with the East African country are ongoing
  • Sovcomflot orders two LNG-fuelled vessels for Rosneft charters
    Kremlin-backed deal will see Sovcomflot order the ships from the Russian yard project for Rosneft's export programme
  • Dorian continues to evaluate offer after 'multiple' meetings with BW
    After seemingly receiving no response to BW's improved offer in July, Dorian now says there have been 'multiple' meetings between...
  • BIMCO warns IMO sulphur cap will lead to bankruptcies
    BIMCO, the largest shipping association, says shipowner numbers are increasing, while broker representation is declining given the difficult shipping markets
  • Trade 'tensions' put Chinese export growth at risk
    China's export growth slowed in August despite the front-loading of US cargoes ahead of anticipated new tariffs as the US...
  • Inchcape sells freight forwarding arm
    ISS said the decision to sell was made due to the limited synergies of owning marine and freight forwarding businesses...
  • US ports close as east coast braces for Hurricane Florence
    As a state of emergency is declared in Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina, US authorities have announced that several...
  • Safe Bulkers moves to install scrubbers on half its fleet
    Contracts with Alfa Laval and Cosco targ retrofits for 19 vessels within 2019
  • European box lines continue to lead global reefer market
    European carriers Maersk Line, Mediterranean Shipping Co and CMA CGM are the market leaders in containerised reefer shipping
  • China newbuild prices see slower growth amid summer break
    Price index has experienced 12 consecutive months of growth, driven by higher raw materials costs and better market sentiment in...
  • Hyundai Heavy workers plan strike action
    The unionised workers will set down their tools at Ulsan shipyard for four hours on Wednesday

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
SEPTEMBER 11, 2018
  • Port of Halifax expands as Eastern Canada volume outpaces West Coast
  • Higher US truck spot rates blow in ahead of hurricane
  • 'Bullish' US truck market to last well into 2019
  • Virginia truck appointment system delivers truck turns under an hour
  • Transshipment at India's ports surges after cabotage reform
  • New projects promise faster, cheaper India-Bangladesh rail
  • Slideshow: Top container lines serving US trades

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TradeWindsweb site
SEPTEMBER 11, 2018
  • Expanding trade frontiers with new commodities
    A new report by DNV GL forecasts biofuels, water and additive manufacturing as new trade commodities, while gas and cargo shipping is set to triple and double business by 2050.
  • Navios Containers taken off N-OTC market
    Angeliki Frangou-backed boxship owner drops from the Norwegian over-the-counter (N-OTC) market after last week's move to become listed on the Nasdaq Global Select Market.
  • Top Ships enters $92.5m leaseback deal
    Athens-based tanker owner plans to sell two newbuilds to an unnamed Chinese leasing company and then charter them back for three years.
  • Stolt, chemical maker fully liable in Flaminia fire
    MSC, Conti among those cleared of blame in $280m boxship blaze that killed three.
  • North P&I Club to open New York office
    UK-based insurer's New York location will be led by Ian Duthie, who comes from Marsh P&I as senior vice president for greater New York City.
  • Bouchard orders sister tug
    New York-based tugboat owner orders articulated tug barge with option for second vessel from VT Halter Marine.
  • Norwegian confirms top accountant
    Mark Kempa hired as chief financial officer of Miami-based cruise major after serving six months in interim capacity.
  • DFDS to fit scrubbers on 12 freight ro-ros
    Danish owner will spend $47m on environmental compliance.
  • Ship caught up in arms row leaves South Africa
    Transflot's Lada receives permit to head to Lagos in Nigeria.
  • Bimco warns over trade row
    Tit for tat tariffs battle between US and China set to hit shipping markets.
  • Samsung and Zvezda form shuttle tanker JV
    Korean group to help start-up Russian yard build vessels up to 120,000 dwt.
  • Dorian LPG says it has met multiple times with BW leadership
    Takeover target says it is continuing to evaluate merger proposal and does not close doors to potential opportunities.
  • Island Offshore wins Repsol PSV extension
    Norwegian owner keeping supply ship in operation until at least November 2019.
  • Oceanteam wins cable-carrying contract
    Norwegian-listed owner seals barge deal with UK energy company.
  • Feringa staying at Team with $6m share deal
    Tanker company's CEO wins new four-year term with stock options attached.
  • Two staff killed in attack on NOC HQ
    Armed assailants storm Libyan oil company office in Tripoli, injuring another 10 employees.
  • SCF orders LNG-fuelled aframaxes backed by 20-year charters
    Russian owner signs with Rosneft for more 'Green Funnel' tankers at new Zvezda yard.
  • Sergey Frank hails new propulsion systems training centre
    Sovcomflot CEO says Vladivostok facility will provide much-needed crew expertise for Arctic operations.
  • Austal clinches ferry deal from Trinidad
    Australian yard confirms talks near conclusion after Caribbean prime minister reveals order.
  • Tanker owners could cash in before Iranian window closes
    Rates may jump as US deadline over crude shipments approaches.
  • Glencore fails in appeal against Navig8 tanker claim
    UK court of appeal rules trader must indemnify pool operator against legal action from Societe Generale in LOI row.
  • Asia ship robberies inch up in first eight months
    Fredriksen bulker among those ships targeted by robbers in August, says ReCAAP report.
  • Hyundai staff set to strike in support of offshore colleagues
    Group expects ruling from labor relations commission over introduction of unpaid leave for idle workers.
  • Enterprise to boost Houston LPG export capacity
    US-listed terminal and pipeline operator will now be able to handle 21m barrels per month.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
SEPTEMBER 11, 2018
  • OPEC oil output to average 32.35 mil b/d in 2018, 32.20 mil b/d in 2019: EIA
  • Shell warns UK against 'no-deal' Brexit
    Company said "no-deal" would significantly raise costs in the North Sea.
  • Chevron Marine to launch 2020 compatible lubricants in 2019
    Lubricants would help marine engines handle the lighter fuels used post-2020.
  • Turkey's Tupras refineries helping re-balance gasoline, FO markets
    Fuel oil exports have helped supply the Mediterranean bunker market.
  • UK's Fawley mulls investing in diesel unit; final decision in H1 2019
    IMO 2020 sulfur cap potential reason for new unit
  • Pace of fuel oil arbitrage east from ARA steps up
    Europe-Singapore fuel oil arb still lagging behind typical volumes.
  • Asian middle distillates gain momentum in September on firm demand
    Traders said sentiment remained bullish amid tighter supply and steady demand.
  • REFINERY NEWS: China's Sinopec Guangzhou cracks Murban to lift light ends yield
    "The margins of light ends are now better than that of heavy ends, which encouraged us to adjust the product structure," a source said.
  • INTERVIEW: Oman in talks with Asian partners for oil storage
    "Two or three Asian countries are already interested [and] visited the location a couple of times," Hilal al-Kharusi, MD OOC said.
  • Russia, US energy ministers to talk meet in Moscow Sept 13
    Cooperation between the two countries regarding energy policy among discussion topics.
  • Asia bunkering industry preparing for sulfur deadline
    Shipping companies still weighing their options with less than two years before the sulfur change.
  • Malaysia fuel oil, gasoil, naphtha output falls on year in July
    Fuel oil production down 18% from July 2017.
  • Premiums for ships loading from Iran to rise as US sanctions loom
    US sanctions on Iran will return on November 4.
  • Star Bulk Carriers opts for scrubbers to comply with IMO 2020 rule
    The company has secured debt financing to finance its scrubbers installation ahead of 2020.
  • FUTURES: Crude higher on lower US rig count, Iran tension
    Market participants will be watching US inventory data and OPEC's Monthly Oil Market Report that are due for release Wednesday.




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