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26 June 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 00:03 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
SEPTEMBER 21, 2018
  • Fears intensify with increasing blanked Asia-N Europe sailings
  • Cosco takes delivery of 14,500 TEU 'Cosco Shipping Andes'
  • Yang Ming launches new 14,000-TEU boxship 'YM Wellbeing'
  • US retail federation slams new US tariffs against China
  • Long Beach port obtains US$50m for zero emissions project
  • FedEx fiscal year off to flying start with earnings up 40pc
  • Florida businessman accused of misbranding hazard material
  • Hong Kong Air Cargo completes major IATA safety audit
  • Turkish Cargo to enjoy faster shipments with AEO status
  • Iraqi planes land in Damascus following 7-year-hiatus

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Exim Indiaweb site
SEPTEMBER 20, 2018
  • A.P. Moller-Maersk takes next steps in integration to improve customer experience
  • Econship celebrates 10th Foundation Day & launches chatbot 'iWant'
  • ODeX launches Blockchain-based eKYC platform for Indian shipping industry
  • SCI observes 'Swachhta hi Sewa' Abhiyan
  • Cancellation of Port Congestion Surcharge in Bangladesh
  • Container throughput at Rotterdam port up in H1
  • JNPT observes Swachh Bharat Pakhwada
  • Krishnapatnam Port Container Terminal Pvt. Ltd is now Navayuga Container Terminal Pvt. Ltd
  • Customs Clearance service of ACCI conferred with prestigious AEO status by CBIC
  • Thar Dry Port-ICD Sanand boosting delivery services with 30 new trucks
  • IRCON IPO subscribed over 9.5 times
  • Cargo Shop 2018 - Shippers & LSP Forum to bring together all stakeholders on Oct. 13 in Pune

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International Transport Journalweb site
SEPTEMBER 21, 2018
  • Expanding delivery services in the Nordics
  • Capacity gains through digitalised railway system
  • Dutch-German JV for inland waterway services
  • Spicexpress details Afghanistan flight operation
  • Bifa bumps up customs specialist team
  • Honold investing locally
  • Guadeloupe banks on research
  • Private Turkish rail operator invests in new traction
  • Technological tasks for new VP at AA Cargo
  • Ten more QEP accredited Qatar Cargo stations
  • New sorting system for Posten Norge
  • Saga Italia transformed into Kerry Logistics
  • BSM Offshore now official
  • UAE operates first intermodal transport under TIR
  • Rumours and facts about Etihad Airways
  • Founder of BLG Autorail and BLG Railtec detrains
  • "Curiosity of the Day"

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IHS Maritimeweb site
SEPTEMBER 20, 2018
  • Marine insurers face gathering storm as dust settles on IUMI 2018
  • Safety at Sea announces Amver awards partnership
  • Maersk Line completes freight forwarding reshuffle
  • Southern Africa cargo hijacking needs to be tackled, says risk expert
  • Marine insurers seek clarity on Iran sanctions
  • Canadian market set for change as it gears up for IUMI 2019
  • Scorpio fixes Ultramax pair to NYK affiliate following leaseback
  • Chinese ship lease growth shows no sign of slowing

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The Loadstarweb site
SEPTEMBER 20, 2018
  • Gloomy outlook for container charter market as cautious carriers cut capacity
  • Etihad confirms freighter network to reassure customers it still has faith in cargo
  • ABP signs up to test blockchain technology across UK port operations
  • Fears over future container terminal capacity as investors get cold feet
  • First TIR intermodal shipment from Middle East to Europe is on its way
  • New Loadstar LongRead: A chapter of turmoil in The Flower Story
  • Finnair Cargo to end Brussels freighter partnership and add widebody flights
  • Jessica Tyler to lead strategy and development at American Airlines Cargo

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Marine Logweb site
SEPTEMBER 20, 2018
  • Volaris Group acquires Helm Operations from ClassNK
  • LNG carrier operator orders advanced Kongsberg simulator package
  • Final rule eases 2018 BWMS reporting for some
  • MAN power and propulsion packages picked for giant factory trawlers
  • MJP names Damian O'Toole Executive Vice President
  • Tersan Shipyard wins another milestone order from Norway

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Lloyd's Listweb site
SEPTEMBER 20, 2018
  • Aframax market looks to be climbing out of its trough
    Inefficiencies said to be creeping into the market, keeping vessels employed for longer, according to VesselsValue analyst Court Smith
  • Sulphur cap demands 2020 vision
    A proposal to meddle with the 2020 sulphur cap could institutionalise lenient enforcement from the outset
  • Analysts place their bets on different shipping sectors amid trade conflicts
    Drewry warns that the secondary impact of Sino-US tariff conflict should not be underestimated
  • Industry heavyweights fire salvo into sulphur compliance crisis
    A controversial political push to ensure a 'pragmatic' enforcement approach to looming low sulphur rules for shipping may represent a...
  • New Mexican administration aims to reducing dependence on US refineries
    US gasoline exports to Mexico make up more than half of total exports. Reduced demand from Mexico would have significant...
  • Diana raises $100m from unsecured bond offer
    Greek bulker owner is latest to tap Norwegian debt market
  • US targets Germany for LNG exports
    Germany will need to find other supply sources as Dutch gas facility shuts down, says Wood Mackenzie expert
  • Viewpoint: Keep the change
    London International Shipping Week next year is to have as its theme international trade in a changing world. Our industry...
  • Owners warned about over-ordering LNG vessels
    There is a danger that fleet growth will come before LNG supply expansions, warns consultancy Wood Mackenzie
  • Daily Briefing
    Maersk confirms integration of Damco into Maersk Line | Hamburg Süd and Safmarine survive branding review | Bigger is not...
  • DNV GL and partners unveil LNG-fuelled ore carrier design
    Three Australian mining giants BHP, Fortescue Metals Group and Rio Tinto are members of the project

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
SEPTEMBER 20, 2018
  • US 25 percent China imports tariff scrambles supply chains, strains warehouses
  • GPA targets 8 million-TEU capacity by 2028
  • US carriers using trucker feedback to size up shippers
  • New labor classification law at NY-NJ prompts trucker concern
  • China-Europe rail on track for long term despite headwinds
  • Rapid tech 'transformation' tests shippers, carriers

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TradeWindsweb site
SEPTEMBER 20, 2018
  • Benelux expands VLGC fleet with Astomos buy
  • Seglem's TS Shipping logs record profit
  • Hunter Group aiming to score with speculative DSME order
    CEO of Arne Fredly-backed shipowner believes scrubber-fitted VLCCs will have a 'huge competitive advantage'
  • DHT and Scorpio find technique to tackle bond refinance conundrum
    Private exchange presents a flexible option when bonds mature in down market, writes Park Partners' Aran Williams
  • Tsakos teams up with HMM for potential feeder boxship order
    Partnership to be strengthened as Greek shipowner and South Korean carrier discuss long-term charters
  • Liner industry seeks to share $15bn sulphur hit
    Shippers set to pay extra as liner operators propose ways that they can pay part of higher bunker prices after 2020
  • WinGD claims rising take-up for low-pressure dual-fuel engines
    Emission legislation puts new twist on long running battle between engine makers
  • Novatek set to slash Arc7 ship tally for Arctic LNG 2
    Ambitious producer plans to play shipping differently for second Arctic project as it teams up to grow icebreaker capacity
  • Stolt-Nielsen set to increase small-scale vessel total
  • Tschudi signs up with Novatek for LNG transshipment base
  • Hoegh sees scope for LNG carriers in rising market
    Boss Sveinung Stohle says the company remains fully focussed on FSRUs, but if the numbers work for a shift, then 'why not'
  • Cheniere scores six-figure charter rate with LNG carrier relet
    LNG producer inks short-term relet charter deal that confirms rates above the $100,000-per-day mark
  • Returning PSVs and winter set to trample recent spike in demand
    Recent gains for platform supply vessels in the North Sea are likely to take a step back as 79 term vessels return to the market, according to Westshore Shipbrokers
  • Navy contract could open EU door for Indian shipbreakers
    New Zealand demolition job at Alang shows owners can recycle ships there in line with Basel Convention
  • Outgoing ICS chief Hinchliffe says goodbye
  • Pillarstone starts process of rebuilding Premuda fleet
    Jens Martin Jensen takes on top job for Italian shipowner as private equity outfit aims for upwards of 30 ships
  • Blue-chip Greek trio vie to supply Chevron newbuilds
    Maran Tankers, Consolidated Marine and Tsakos Group in competition over a tender for suezmax charters lasting more than five years
  • Big names set sights on Brightoil VLCCs
  • Ardmore tipped to part with modern chemical tanker quartet
    Cork-based owner said to have placed its four smallest ships on the market, brokers say
  • Greece's Load Line linked to supramax from Nautical Bulk
  • Diamantis Lemos bulker to go under the e-hammer in Piraeus
    Second-oldest vessel to be auctioned online to help pay off Orix debt of nearly $3.26m
  • Polforce takes Goldenport supramax to replenish fleet
  • New boss set to grow Cara Shipping as cape operator
    Jian Rui says he has big plans for Singapore subsidiary of Chinese steel maker
  • Wenaas' retreat from shipping continues
  • NewLead suspended over filing silence
    Greek shipowner's shares barred from trading on US-based OTC Link for filing late with regulators.
  • Odfjell banks $100m from terminal sale
    Norwegian tanker owner completes disposal of Rotterdam storage facility.
  • TRF adds second VLCC to Navig8 pool
    US owner the latest to add big tanker tonnage to VL8 system.
  • Freightos eyes box derivatives market after fundraiser
    Funding from Singapore Exchange (SGX) brings dream of container derivatives marketplace closer.
  • Bangladesh casts doubt on Gunvor, Vitol and Exmar FSRU deals
    Petrobangla focusing on bigger LNG import projects, placing question marks next to traders' vessel plans.
  • Thoresen Thai aims for $46m bond sale
    Thai bulker owner wants cash for debt payments and expansion.
  • Top brass buy Ocean Yield shares
    CEO Lars Solbakken among those adding to holding as part of incentive programme.
  • Nationalised Gdansk yard eyes shipbuilding return
    Polish state aims to revitalise operations on Ostrow Island.
  • Tufton Oceanic Assets snaps up handysize
    UK owner spends last of IPO cash on bulker chartered to leading operator.
  • SM Line forges alliance with Vinalines
    Korean boxship start-up will cooperate and share cargo in Asia.
  • Australia, N Zealand crack down on stink bugs
    ONE says boxes from US, Russia and Europe must be fumigated to remove pest risk.
  • Close Brothers wins payout after disputed OSV sale
    UK court says London bank can recover mortgage cash from defunct AIS (Marine) after Braemar carries out ship disposal.
  • Political woes dragging down growth on Asia-Europe route
    UK's pending departure from EU and problems in Germany and Turkey all contributing factors, say Clarksons.
  • Uncle Sam extends American Petroleum Tankers charter
    US Jones Act tanker sees third one year option exercised by the US military.
  • Glencore and Vitol bag LR2s in period deals
    Also, ExxonMobil tied to charter of Concordia Maritime tanker.
  • Deutsche Bank downgrades Seaspan amid tariff war risk
    Escalating US China trade war and approaching IMO 2020 deadline prompts downgrade for containership owner.
  • Arntzen says its time to get smarter about IPOs

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American Shipperweb site
SEPTEMBER 20, 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 20, 2018
  • Oil settles lower after early session declines
    Early session losses in crude and products futures extended into afternoon trading and the market settled
  • Iran sanctions overshadow price cuts to lure buyers
    Iran is striving to price its crude more attractively even as the country's exports continue to plummet
  • Med HSFO market seen weakening on increased availability
    The Mediterranean high sulfur fuel oil market has begun to show signs of weakness as Turkey's Tupras has increased fuel oil export activity
  • At Algiers summit, OPEC will keep a wary eye on Donald Trump
    OPEC and its partners will meet in Algiers this weekend to discuss production policy with yet another scolding via Twitter by US President
  • Singapore ex-wharf premiums to stay firm on quality concerns
    Singapore 380 CST ex-wharf bunker fuel premiums are likely to hold at supported levels due to ongoing quality concerns and supply tightness
  • BIMCO aims for standard form for non-compliant marine fuel use
    Shipping association BIMCO and other organizations are working closely with the International Maritime Organization to ensure a standard procedure
  • Fuel oil barge spread liquidity ticks up as IMO 2020 approaches
    An uptick in bids and offers for 3.5% FOB Rotterdam barge spreads for the year of 2020 has been seen on the Intercontinental Exchange as market participants

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