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20 February 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 20:25 GMT+1




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Sched Netweb site
JANUARY 19, 2018
  • OOCL takes delivery of sixth and final 21,413TEU boxship, the OOCL Indonesia
  • Cosco's new 20,000 TEU vessel first boxship to achieve cyber certification
  • Maersk, IBM team up to develop blockchain 'pipeline'
  • Dredging works around HK's Kwai Tsing box terminal 8 to last 3 months
  • US Navy charges two destroyer captains with negligent homicide
  • DP World Sokhna handles 13,000 TEU PIL ship deployed on Red Sea service
  • Get GO Global to takeover Singapore's LOGIS Consolidators
  • Temasek and Kuehne + Nagel create joint venture to invest in technology start-ups
  • HKIA makes history handling over 5m tonnes of cargo and airmail in 2017
  • Cathay, Cathay Dragon fly 10.2pc more cargo in December
  • Hactl's Mark Whitehead hands over reins to Wilson Kong

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Exim Indiaweb site
JANUARY 18, 2018
  • "K" Line, MOL & NYK announce completion of necessary legal process in all countries/regions for their container shipping alliance
  • BIMCO launches new innovative contract editing solution
  • Canada implements regulation for shipping operations in the Arctic
  • Nitin Gadkari calls on states to cooperate with one another & with the Centre to expedite projects for inter-linking of rivers
  • Deendayal Port plays key role in bringing oil tanker fire under control
  • VOC Port signs concession agreement for developing shallow draught berth to handle construction materials
  • FIATA & FFFAI leaders announce FIATA World Congress 2018 in New Delhi
  • Date of Shipment/Dispatch
  • Eminent logistics solutions providers to grace CTL & BHP 2018

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International Transport Journalweb site
JANUARY 19, 2018
  • Rastatt? Never again!
  • 20 new trucks for Mansfield transport firm
  • New workshop system with multi-brand expertise
  • Greiwing starts services at new DG warehouse
  • Liebherr crane duo to play for Epas
  • Euro Airport Basel-Mulhouse continues to grow
  • D&B - top marks for Gebrüder Weiss
  • GO acquires Logis
  • Speedier trains in Minnesota
  • Volumes at port of Gothenburg stand APM test
  • Ethiopian rewriting chapter of African aviation history
  • SAS searching for new chairman
  • Samskip and DC Logistics Brasil ink pact
  • Kazakhstan purchases 300 shunters
  • Cosco Shipping Ports on the rise
  • Another new rotation from SF Airlines
  • Kelly becomes CCO of Gecas
  • ONE, two, three, go!
  • Emirates to rescue A380

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JANUARY 18, 2018
  • Ocean Network Express gets final regulatory approval
  • Insurers play waiting game over Sanchi loss
  • Swedish company plans inland waterway container shuttle service
  • Hijacked tanker released after six days
  • China Steel Express continues fleet expansion with double Capesize order
  • St Lawrence Seaway traffic sees big increase in 2017
  • Crew safe after fire on board oil tanker at Kandla
  • Tokyo aims to commercialise autonomous navigation by 2025
  • Mercator wins first dredging contract of the year
  • SM Line to start solo US

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The Loadstarweb site
JANUARY 18, 2018
  • IATA to review air cargo load factor calculations after Project Selfie revelations
  • Ocean Network Express cleared for April launch as last regulatory barrier is cleared
  • Idle containership fleet falls below 100 as demand for tonnage remains tight
  • Bad news for 380 XPO staff as M&S announces end to logistics ops in Neasdon
  • Stuck in the 20th century: what globalisation should look like in the 21st
  • 'Code red' storm causes Dutch and German transport chaos
  • The compelling argument for a digital freight platform

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Marine Logweb site
JANUARY 18, 2018
  • BAE San Diego awarded $34.7 million Navy contract
  • OSD adds Azistern 2870 harbor tug to its portfolio
  • Turkey's MISHA Shipping to install DESMI BWMS fleet wide
  • VIDEO: Baleària reports progress on LNG fueled smart ferry duo
  • U.S. dredging industry takes delivery of four new vessels
  • SEACOR joint venture to add hybrid PSVs
  • U.S., Canada regulatory policy reform high on 'wish list'

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JANUARY 18, 2018
  • Charter market starts 2018 on firm footing
    High fixture activity drives unseasonal rate boost and lifts confidence for the year ahead
  • Seacor forms platform supply joint venture with Cosco
    New entity SEACOSCO agrees to buy eight newbuilding ships from Cosco's yard unit
  • Ince chairman Herring relocates to Piraeus
    Star lawyer to head Greek office
  • Between the Lines: Demand growth slowed in late 2017
    Fourth quarter continues to grow but will it continue to meet capacity growth?
  • 'Brain drain' could leave cargo rotting at UK ports
    Shortage of qualified vets could delay mandatory health checks on food and plant products post-Brexit
  • Daily Briefing
    Rolls-Royce is considering selling off most of its struggling marine business as part of a wider restructuring of the company...
  • Countdown begins: Three to ONE
    Within a few weeks, customers will find out whether preparations for the new Japanese carrier Ocean Network Express have gone...
  • Supply remains the elephant in the room for box shipping
    Spectre of overcapacity and cascading hangs over carriers as orders resume
  • Stena Bulk eyes product tanker expansion as earnings prospects brighten
    Rates could push up from the second half of 2018, says Erik Hånell
  • Minister hails UK maritime taskforce to tackle gender inequality
    High-level group to help bolster female representation and promote women in senior roles
  • New Japanese carrier Ocean Network Express gets final approval
    Joint venture between MOL, NYK Line and K Line set to start operations on April 1 following decision by South...
  • China deploys more vessels to tackle Sanchi oil slick
    Four oil patches discovered over an area of 101 sq km, spreading from 69 sq km earlier
  • Dry bulk market well positioned to continue recovery in 2018
    Analyst estimates demand will grow by 3.6% and supply by just 1% this year
  • Oiltanking, Vopak and Gasunie to build LNG terminal at Hamburg
    Joint venture aims to help widen the use of LNG as a cleaner fuel for vessels and trucks in Germany
  • SM Line unveils new transpacific service
    Move comes as compatriot line HMM downplays any potential partnerships on the transpacific trades
  • UK issues new guidance on seafarer minimum wage rights
    Employers who fall foul of the regulations are liable for fines of up to 200% of the underpayment
  • Fire breaks out on oil tanker off Kandla port
    All 26 crew members were evacuated from the burning vessel off the coast of western India
  • Union Maritime confirms release of tanker attacked by pirates
    All 22 crew members reported to be unharmed
  • GasLog Partners raises $111m from public offering
    Units sold in the offering will be listed on the New York Stock Exchange
  • Happy in your work?
    People who are happy in their work are likely to be more productive than workers driven by fear
  • Shipowners are embracing digital technology
    Even naming ceremony goes digital

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JANUARY 18, 2018
  • New Orleans studies second container terminal
  • Freight visibility push to trigger automation
  • Intra-Asia carriers beef up India-China services
  • Trans-Pac carriers' contract rate pushes hinge on capacity
  • Air cargo shippers brace for continued high-flying rates
  • Swedish ro-ro carrier plans inland container shuttle service
  • Ocean Network clears last regulatory hurdle

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TradeWindsweb site
JANUARY 18, 2018
  • Shipbuilding countries must join forces to end vicious subsidy cycle
  • Pacific Richfield sells unwanted AHTS vessel to Vietnam buyer
  • Fukuoka named as builder of chemical tanker duo for Odfjell
  • LR1 tankers still changing hands despite soft prices
  • Mystery shrouds Jamaica auction buyer
  • Greeks pounce on third Chevron aframax tanker
  • Olimpex scraps veteran product tankers
  • Ray Car Carriers sells two PCTCs to Hyundai Glovis
  • Pareto emerges as buyer of TEN suezmaxes
  • Hansa Treuhand tanker set to hit sales market
  • XT Shipping emerges as buyer of K Line bulker
  • Oceanbulk and Augustea bid for Giuseppe Bottiglieri fleet
  • Teekay LNG's Eduard Toll makes Northern Sea Route history
  • Stena Bulk extends MR charters
  • Sigtto convenes floating LNG group
  • Cyprus to launch FSRU tender for 2020 start-up
  • Oriental Energy contracts pair of VLGCs at Jiangnan
  • PLN delays small-scale LNG project bids until May
  • Bunker tanker to go under the hammer
  • Carnival ship gets hip with bespoke onboard brewery
  • AP Moller to lead assortment of top shipowners at Davos forum
  • Shipping heads for another big year in debt markets
  • Middle East to Asia trade set to soar
  • Asian casualties behind rising tide in global tally
  • Lifeboatman and son protest over plans to withdraw vessel
  • Mercy Ships fundraiser tops $670,000
  • Hinchliffe hosts his final Twelfth Night
  • Posco bulker shows off LNG and manganese
  • Oetker brothers join forces to grow dry bulk interests
  • TS Lines turns to Japanese yard for pair of feederships
  • Imabari in new waters with Minaminippon stake
  • CEC review to go ahead
  • DSD boosts HMD orders to $160m
  • Almi Marine offloads oldest bulker in first deal since 2012
  • UK Club gives mooring operation warning ahead of IMO discussions
  • Poseidon Shipping makes new effort to dispose of panamax
  • Demo guru McIlvaney warns of global graveyard of rotting ships
  • VLGC sector faces 2018 'balancing point' ahead of hope for next year
  • How handy is a general shipping index that can't handle handies?
  • Gard wins Hamburg loss of hire battle
  • Passengership safety rules still open topic of discussion at IMO
  • Period enquiries rise but capesize owners wait it out
  • NGM tanker becomes scrap candidate after bulker deal
  • Yamal LNG eyes charter market as Arctic project accelerates
  • Keen buyers gather round Vard's $120m stranded DSV newbuilding
  • Steady rise in OSV demand for first time since 2014
  • Nordisk chief Rygh makes an early exit
  • Clients already playing market against shipowners
  • Vard took in 20% of contract price before Harkand sank
  • FD&D mutuals follow P&I clubs in freezing premiums in 2018
  • Experts sense end to drought for shipping IPOs in New York
  • Betting on Tufton: why pension funds are even looking at shipping
  • Seatankers set to sell Chinese-built bulkers
  • Kmarin affiliate takes steps to join Vale project with 10 VLOCs
  • Probe into tanker disaster should act as catalyst for improvement
  • Fujairah owners quietly grow dry fleet
  • China Steel Express heads back to CSBC for bulker pair
  • Neu family feud exposes claims that stock trades threaten owner
  • Ciner rides high on neo-panamax charter rate revival
  • Bunker prices face volatile year as crude surges and 2020 looms
  • Ramanathan steps down from top role at PCL
  • Tianjin Xingang becomes the latest shipbuilder to enter the VLOC sector
  • Charter market takes unseasonal turn for the better
  • Fredriksen orders kamsarmax bulker quartet in China
  • Neu listing doesn't come cheap
  • Maritime UK sets up task force on gender imbalance
  • Berenberg Capital shipping drive enters research phase
  • BW Dry Cargo denies Newcastlemax order
  • GSL hunts acquisition opportunities
  • Neu family feud exposes claims stock trades threaten stability of shipowner
  • Karlog Shipping bulker remains in India
  • Rebel Italian owners form new assocation
  • Azerbaijan plans $1.4bn of newbuilds by 2021
  • Jefferies: Product tanker owners fair for next two years
  • Fletcher: OSV undergoing survey, not laid up
  • Bondholders complete Bibby Offshore takeover
  • First Ship Lease cashes in boxship to trim debt
  • Mokster PSV secures two-year deal
  • Settlement talks bring hope of Seadrill 'compromise'
  • Malcolm Paul to chair James Fisher
  • Ocean Network Express secures final regulatory signoff
  • More owners pile in for ultramaxes
  • Shearwater scoops big survey contract
  • Crewman dies after India tanker blaze
  • Berge Bulk seafarer thwarts MDO theft
  • Total agrees multi-year PSV deals with Vroon
  • Crude tankers face Red Sea drone threat
  • Hawaii breaks ground on Kapalama Container Terminal
  • Union Maritime says crew and ship released
  • UK calls for minimum wage for seafarers

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American Shipperweb site
JANUARY 18, 2018
  • Wan Hai, Interasia to launch new loop
    Wan Hai Lines and Interasia Lines are introducing a new service between Japan, Hong Kong, China, Singapore, Malaysia and Vietnam. Dubbed t...
  • MTB referred to Senate Finance Committee
    The Miscellaneous Tariff Bill (MTB) Act of 2017 was referred to the Senate Finance Committee Wednesday, a day after the House passed it und...
  • Sen. Tim Scott blocks all trade nominees until further notice
    Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., is blocking advancement of all trade nominees until U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer more substantively ...
  • Carriers, terminals tell FMC free time issues are not a systemic problem
    Liner carriers and marine terminal operators on Wednesday laid out their cases for why there's no need for the Federal Maritime Commission ...
  • Commerce finalizes duties on polyester fiber imports from China, India
    The U.S. Commerce Department has finalized countervailing duty rates that it will assess on imports of fine denier polyester staple fiber f...
  • Hawaii breaks ground on Kapalama Container Terminal project
    The Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) Harbors Division broke ground on the Kapalama Container Terminal project, the largest capita...
  • BDP International opens Kenya offices
    Global logistics and transportation solutions provider BDP International (BDP) has opened new offices in Nairobi and Mombasa, Kenya. BDP s...
  • PSA inks environmental sustainability agreement with Sunseap
    Port operator PSA Corp. has inked a 21-year solar power purchase agreement with Sunseap Group. The agreement will "enhance the eco-friendl...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JANUARY 18, 2018
  • Crude barely moves as higher US production stifles rally
    US crude stocks fell last week, marking the ninth straight draw, despite a sharp slowdown in refinery activity and higher production, Energy Information Administration data showed Thursday.
  • US DATA: EIA says fuel oil stocks up for second consecutive week
    US fuel oil stocks rose 964,000 barrels, or around 3%, to 32.056 million barrels for the week ended January 12.
  • Japan's Nov bonded bunker fuel sales jump 14% from Oct to 2.55 mil barrels
    Japan's bonded MDO segment also recorded robust gains of 247.4% month on month to 40,637 kiloliters in November.
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • Bunker suppliers may cheer robust S Korean electronics, auto exports
    Uptrend could extend into the early half of 2018 as bunkering demand picks up in tandem with increased cargo and container vessels fixed by domestic exporters.
  • Missing Union Maritime tanker released from pirates
    The MT Barrett was at anchor off Benin, West Africa, when it went off the radar on January 10.
  • EIA expected to estimate 189 Bcf draw: survey
    Responses to the survey ranged for a withdrawal of 166 Bcf to 208 Bcf.
  • Hess to lay off 13% of workforce in cost cutting move
    Hess would eliminate about 300 positions across the company in 2018.




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