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16 December 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 11:10 GMT+1




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Sched Netweb site
SEPTEMBER 20, 2018
  • HK's box volumes fall for 7th straight month in August to 1.64m TEU
  • China slaps tariffs on US$60b of American goods as trade war escalates
  • Changes required for British ports to take on autonomous shipping
  • La Spezia port and Contship promote southern gateway to European trade
  • Iraq port's increasing capacity attracts bigger ships
  • Bombardier's new battery-powered train takes to the rails in Berlin
  • Globe Tracker and Iron Apple team up to create FSMA compliance solution
  • Cathay-Dragonair August cargo soars 8.9pc driven by strong transshipments
  • Air cargo volumes at Frankfurt airport dip 0.8pc in August
  • London Heathrow's August cargo traffic rises 1.2pc

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International Transport Journalweb site
SEPTEMBER 20, 2018
  • Partial cargo network doubles hub capacity
  • MD change at Cologne/Bonn airport
  • MOL sends more trucks by sea
  • Switzerland: more cars onto the railway
  • ECS Group to represent Air Italy in USA
  • Oneworld global airline alliance nominates chairman
  • USA: terminal with capacity for 3 km long trains
  • Swissport UK expanding at Heathrow
  • Unifeeder strengthens UK - Baltic services
  • Making LTL deliveries easier to plan and manage
  • VNF welcomes new territorial director
  • Transinsular penetrates further into West Africa
  • Very powerful freight locomotive unveiled
  • Volga-Dnepr disappoints charter brokers
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • BLG and STS team up to operate car terminal

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IHS Maritimeweb site
SEPTEMBER 19, 2018
  • US ports caught in crossfire as tariff dispute escalates
  • ExxonMobil warns shipowners to prepare now for IMO 2020
  • Shipping investors retain appetite for bond market
  • Bulker orders jump, but levels remain subdued
  • New IUMI president says marine insurers have to innovate
  • Sinotrans Shipping set for privatisation
  • Frank Coles takes top job at Wallem
  • Tanker owners could see rate rebound amid increased scrapping
  • Vessel detention clauses need to be rewritten, underwriters told
  • Iran sanctions warning as P&I Clubs consider their position
  • Bad ship loan investor SC Lowy eyes German banks after Italian deal
  • Marinakis' Capital Group contracts Aframax pair from Daehan
  • South Korean bunker trader chiefs accused of offshore tax scam
  • Scrap prices up as cash buyers take positions

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The Loadstarweb site
SEPTEMBER 19, 2018
  • Damco to be part of Maersk Line, and Seago and MCC merge with SeaLand
  • Containership chaos at port of Antwerp after pilots stage a walkout
  • Efficient cargo handling now key for forwarders when choosing airlines
  • Carriers' low-sulphur fuel surcharges may be 'blatant profiteering', says BIFA
  • EU firms mull relocating production to Asia as trade war builds
  • FedEx appoints Sean Healy as express division's COO for Europe
  • Whoops... effing and jetting at Cathay
  • Revenue rises as Ocado hits the right blend of automation and human skills

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Marine Logweb site
SEPTEMBER 19, 2018
  • GAO: Coast Guard's icebreaker plan faces risks in four key areas
  • VIDEO: Estonia takes delivery of advanced hybrid patrol vessel
  • NTSB releases video detailing El Faro investigation
  • Subsea specialist Hydra enters the saturation diving market
  • Yanmar supplies dual fuel engines for new LNG tug
  • Miller Boat orders car/passenger ferry from Fraser Shipyards
  • Frank Coles named as new Wallem Group CEO

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Lloyd's Listweb site
SEPTEMBER 19, 2018
  • IMO drafts safety guidelines for methanol use as marine fuel
    Methanol is being used as fuel on several tankers and a ropax ferry already and can meet the climate change...
  • What is sustainability and why should we care
    Viewed in the context of climate change, efforts to make maritime more efficient fall woefully short of expectations. The sector...
  • Maersk to keep Hamburg Süd and Safmarine brands
    Rebranding of Sealand, Seago and MCC Transport will make it easier to promote Maersk's deepsea and regional business, says Vincent...
  • Livestock vessel's crew abandon ship in Australia over pay claim
    Some of its crew members have already been flown out of the country, while details of those who remain detained...
  • IUMI: Brexit means uncertainty for marine market, Turner says
    Trade association head speaks out after moving with family to Luxemburg to set up shop for RSA, from where business...
  • Supply overhang casts shadow over boxship charter market
    Alphaliner estimates container shipping's idle fleet is set to swell to more than 3% of the total operable fleet by the end...
  • Sinotrans Shipping linked to possible privatisation
    Hong Kong-listed company suspended its stock trading on Tuesday as it was awaiting an announcement in relation to a possible...
  • ABP aims for seamless trade with blockchain deal
    ABP, which operates 21 ports in the UK, will commit to participating in Marine Transport International's blockchain solution in pilot shipments
  • Forwarders say sulphur surcharges are 'blatant profiteering'
    BIFA says the scale of some of the 'very major increases' being introduced by some leading container shipping companies will...
  • Bigger is not necessarily better in shipmanagement
    Price believes that larger shipmanagement companies can sometimes be less responsive as they can lose the personal touch
  • Wallem names Frank Coles as new chief
    Frank Coles, who headed Transas until its sale earlier this year to Wärtsilä, has been appointed chief executive of Wallem...
  • IUMI: Endemic corruption in Africa hobbles insurers
    Cyber risk is now commonplace in Africa, where corruption is endemic. Organised criminals are allegedly running shadow cargo operations, allowing...
  • Daily Briefing
    Move revealed to review 2020 sulphur regulations | Trade wars will bring risk and opportunity for shipping | China retaliates...
  • Maersk confirms integration of Damco into Maersk Line
    Maersk takes steps to further its integrated container logistics business via a new structure for Damco and merger of regional...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
SEPTEMBER 19, 2018
  • Chassis remain on US tariff list, port cranes removed
  • FMC seeks definitions to resolve detention-demurrage issue
  • SSA Containers' DeNike wins West Coast Connie Award
  • Challenges delay ILWU president election result announcement
  • PSA's JNPT terminal winning business on productivity
  • Shippers in worst-case-scenario mode before pivotal Brexit talks
  • Zeaborn won't confirm, deny Hansa Heavy Lift purchase talks
  • Maersk restructuring latest phase in evolution toward integrator

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TradeWindsweb site
SEPTEMBER 19, 2018
  • CIT hands loan to Tankers Solutions
    Proceeds used to refinance debt.
  • Drunken master faces jail time for grounding MPP in Sweden
    Russian captain of the BBC Lagos was found intoxicated after the vessel ran aground off the coast of southern Sweden.
  • Avin tanker grounds off Greek island
    No oil leaks have been reported and the Avin International-owned vessel does not appear to be taking in water.
  • Heidmar joins fuels assurance blockchain group
    Consortium includes shipowners, bunker sellers and maritime associations.
  • US heavy icebreaker project faces fire
    Polar newbuilding project estimated at $9.8bn under fire over technology, cost and schedule
  • Globus adds reverse stock split option
    New York-listed bulker owner's stakeholders approve amendment to company's charter that lets board reduce number of shares by up to 10.
  • Mokster signs up PSV with Point Resources
    2014-built vessel replacing older one for charter off Norway.
  • Bernhard Schulte sets up OSV unit
    New team to boost offshore third-party shipmanagement.
  • New IUMI head looks to the future
    Richard Turner says it's time for the marine industry to work towards digitalisation.
  • Liquidation is next step for Rickmers Holding
    German group won't continue trading after exiting self-administration process.
  • NTSB film reveals complexity of El Faro probe
    US safety board releases summary of investigation into fatal sinking.
  • Tersan confirms Havila Kystruten ferry double
    Turkish yard to deliver two vessels to Norwegian owner in 2020.
  • Frank Coles takes top job at Wallem
    Ex-Pacific Basin man replacing Simon Doughty at shipmanager.
  • Freight forwarders rage over low-sulphur surcharge
    UK association BIFA says Maersk fees are "blatant profiteering."
  • Sinotrans Shipping considers going private
    Bulker and boxship owner could delist in Hong Kong.
  • Eurozone banks returning to their shipping roots
    A decade after the 2008 financial crisis traditional industry finance houses are upbeat on their prospects.
  • Danske Bank CEO quits over money-laundering probe
    Thomas Borgen not at fault, but takes responsibility for suspicious Estonian transactions.
  • Maersk takes next integration step
    Damco and Maersk Line logistics operations to merge.
  • Steelhead LNG signs up with HHI
    South Korean yard selected to carry out FEED for two at-shore hulls
  • Ocean Yield faces impairment from FPSO
    Owner could book provision of up to $50m as Reliance fails to buy Dhirubhai-1.
  • Shipowners warned against optimism
    Chinese authorities are standing by to clobber any signs of bulker bonanza, but risk of self-sabotage by optimistic shipowners dies hard, experts say
  • Gold-hunting mission delayed as OSV rates jump
    Britannia's Gold asks James Fisher to find ship able to salvage World War II cargoes.
  • Phillips 66 picks up pair of aframaxes
    Refining giant Phillips 66 has concluded two time-charter deals in the aframax crude tanker sector, European brokers said. The 115,000-dwt Phoenix Admiral (built 2011) is now reported taken from Singapore's Phoenix Tankers for up to two years. P66 has reportedly fixed the ship, whose owner is a subsidiary of Japanese giant MOL, for a year at $14,950 per day with an option for a second year at $
  • WoodMac warns of LNG vessel oversupply
    China's 10% retaliatory tariff on US LNG imports might throw wrench in rapid growth of shipping.
  • Congressman Garamendi receives maritime award
    AMP honors Jones Act supporter John Garamendi for continued dedication to the US domestic industry.

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American Shipperweb site
SEPTEMBER 19, 2018
  • D.J. Powers acquires N.D. Cunningham
  • Owner-operators: Governor's damage claims 'absurd'
  • CalCartage will pay $3.57 million for wage violations
  • Damco supply chain business merging with Maersk Line
  • Gulftainer signs deal to operate Delaware port
  • Wilmington, Morehead City reopen after Florence
  • Belgian newspaper reports Antwerp pilots walked off job
  • Long Beach and Los Angeles driving toward clean air
  • USA Truck joins Blockchain in Transport Alliance

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
SEPTEMBER 19, 2018
  • Oil settles higher on back of stock draws
    Oil futures settled higher on Wednesday after US Energy Information Administration data showed inventory declines
  • EIA says fuel oil stocks fall despite strong production, imports
    US fuel oil stocks for the week ended September 14 declined slightly, brushing off an uptick in production and high imports
  • Pilot strike at Antwerp port called off
    Sea pilots guiding ships to Antwerp have called off a strike that had halted operations in the port
  • Athens-based Top Ships to take delivery of 4 tankers in early 2019
    Athens-based Top Ships Inc. is expanding its fleet, taking delivery of two Medium Range tankers and two Suezmaxes over the next eight months
  • Chinese refiners get a breather as crude oil excluded from the tariff list
    The Chinese government's temporary exclusion of US crude oil from its list of retaliatory tariffs has given a wider window to end-users in China
  • Singapore bunker fuel premiums surge on sharp recovery in crude
    Bunker fuel premiums in Singapore surged at the close of Asian trade Tuesday following a sharp uptick in ICE Brent crude oil futures during the Platts
  • MGO loadings at Hong Kong ports to resume Thursday after Typhoon Mangkhut
    Marine gasoil loadings at ports in Hong Kong are expected to resume Thursday, after Typhoon Mangkhut made landfall in the city Sunday
  • Product tankers earnings poor, BW to start taking delivery of new LR2s in 2019
    BW Group's first LR2 tankers will be delivered from the first quarter of next year even as the sector is facing challenges due to poor earnings
  • External: Marine Bunkering(Rotterdam)B.V.




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