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21 October 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 20:35 GMT+2




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Sched Netweb site
MAY 23, 2018
  • MSC ends Iran service as US re-imposes sanctions
  • Few delivery delays to stop flood of new A-E mega ships
  • Korea's SM Line announces its second service to US
  • South Carolina Ports hit record April, up 3.7pc up to 196,439 TEU
  • Scores of Uber vehicles seized in Cape Town crack down
  • Mother Maersk's calls prompt bounce back at APMT Pipavav
  • OOCL wins HKAEE Gold for top environmental performance
  • Moves to cut legal dwell time mulled in Port of Mumbai
  • Blueflow calls for seafarers to be trained in fuel use, awarenews
  • Liverpool maritime convention to focus on Brexit June 21
  • Air France-KLM buys 31pc of Virgin Atlantic, Delta has 49pc
  • Small Euro airports pitch less congestion than big rivals
  • AirBridgeCargo, PACTL team up to offer pharma, cool chain

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Exim Indiaweb site
MAY 22, 2018
  • Cabotage law relaxed for ex-im containers
  • Customs Brokers Licensing Regulations, 2018
  • Relaxation under Section 407 of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1958, for coastal movement of (a) EXIM Transhipment Containers and (b) Empty Containers
  • SARJAK Container Lines bags 'SME-Empowering India' & ET Now 'Leaders of Tomorrow' awards
  • Pilot implementation of paperless processing under SWIFT - Uploading of supporting documents
  • China, US truce on trade disagreements bring relief to cargo players
  • IVODGA & Tirwin partner to offer IMDG Code training in India

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International Transport Journalweb site
MAY 23, 2018
  • Inauguration of new premises in Tyrol
  • Five System Alliance partners integrated
  • Saudi Arabia enhancing position as logistics hub
  • Favourable result for general cargo network
  • Azul cooperating with Smartkargo
  • MOL and Al Madina Logistics to collaborate
  • Uniserve greets new COO
  • Liege line maintenance station certified
  • 240 swap bodies for rail/road transport services
  • Network expansion for Nord Ports in France
  • Retail and consumer sector supports Wincanton
  • New face for Emirates Skycargo in Zurich
  • Parcel cargo express train begins operations in India
  • Unfavourable start for HMM in 2018
  • Alpensped to erase carbon footprint
  • Southern Siberian airport tables ambitious plans

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IHS Maritimeweb site
MAY 22, 2018
  • Gunvor alters course with six-ship order
  • Gas could be the next China story as iron ore, coal forecast to peak, experts say
  • Singapore offshore activity picks up amid cautious optimism
  • Nolan tapped to head TOTE
  • Libyan crude exports stable amid growing tensions
  • Hapag-Lloyd eyes Africa expansion
  • Marshall Islands registry keeps faith in South Korea, opens Busan office
  • Baltic Exchange gears up for environmental and financial rule changes

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The Loadstarweb site
MAY 22, 2018
  • Will shippers abandon undamaged Maersk Honam boxes after more delay?
  • New association to help shippers use blockchain technology in supply chains
  • US express giants pour cash into technology as e-commerce deliveries boom
  • RHA raps DfT for lack of consultation over new plan for M20 truck queueing
  • Why we may escape US-China trade war, but not turmoil in global trade
  • Customs seizes suspect smuggled goods at Korean Air supplier

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Marine Logweb site
MAY 22, 2018
  • Act aims to reserve portion of U.S. energy exports for U.S. built ships
  • Fure Vinga bunkers LNG in Europe for first time
  • Two more Fjord1 all-electric ferries to have Corvus battery systems
  • Fincantieri uses FREMM frigate visit to push bid for FFG (X) program
  • Knud E. Hansen gets shipyard contract for Grimaldi RO/RO design
  • Gunvor JV inks orders for six product tanker newbuilds
  • Iridium close to ending GMDSS satcom service provider monopoly
  • Wärtsilä marks LNGPac sales milestone
  • Hornbeck closes acquisition of Aries OSV quartet

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MAY 22, 2018
  • MPC Container Ships picks up three more feeders from KG firms
    Oslo-listed outfit takes fleet to 68 in well-starred niche
  • ClearOcean Tankers launched with eye on further growth
    New joint venture backed by Clearlake, Dragnis and Maas Capital starts with six newbuildings in South Korea
  • Supreme Court decision clarifies drug and contraband risk
    Suitable policies available at modest cost, Moore insists
  • Scrubber leasing: a game for trading houses?
    Charterers have an inherent incentive to provide owners financing for scrubber installation as a post-2020 solution for new IMO rules
  • Owner of B Atlantic loses final appeal in long-running drugs case
    Ruling has major implications for interpretation of causation under Institute Clauses
  • Iridium hails maritime distress system decision as 'historic'
    Since the inception of GMDSS in the 1980s there has been only one provider, Inmarsat, the UK-listed satellite service provider
  • Hapag-Lloyd starts consulting staff on job cuts
    Hamburg-based line needs to adapt to new circumstances having changed because of mergers with CSAV and UASC
  • BofA bullish on everything except crude tankers
    Boxships, bulkers and product tankers will enjoy good rate environments in 2018-20 owing to healthy demand, the bank predicts
  • Union calls for 'real' increase in global seafarer wage
    Plea for a review of the only internationally agreed pay floor applied to an entire industry will be made by...
  • Global Ports Holding lands Havana cruise port deal
    London Stock Exchange company will start a 15-year management contract for Havana port in June
  • Guinea bauxite mine strike to hurt dry bulk trades
    Guinea's strike has interrupted bauxite loadings resulting in increased vessel supply in the Asia-Pacific and Atlantic basins
  • MSC applies bunker surcharge amid 30% jump in fuel prices
    "With crude oil hovering around $80 a barrel - the highest level since 2014 - the situation is no longer sustainable without...
  • Up to 20% of shipping may not comply with sulphur cap
    Marine gasoil is seen as the most likely option, with increased demand adding 1.8m b/d in refinery runs
  • China Merchants to integrate Shenzhen port
    After restructuring Chiwan will become the de facto controller of Hong Kong-listed China Merchants Port
  • GoodBulk returns to profit on dry bulk recovery, vessel sale
    Improved rates, despite the seasonally weak first quarter, supported management's view that the capesize market is in the beginning stages...
  • New South Wales Ports to support lower emission vessels
    NSW Ports plans to introduce the incentive scheme by January 1, 2019

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MAY 22, 2018
  • LA-LB PierPass flat fee still a contention point among stakeholders
  • Virginia port truckers experience glitches with new Navis N4 software
  • E-commerce, fast fashion spark modal shift for clothing imports
  • Infographic: Breaking down the Top 100 US importers and exporters of 2017
  • PSA BMCT terminal gets ad-hoc India-Europe call amid rail pressure

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TradeWindsweb site
MAY 22, 2018
  • Charterer scramble boosts Med aframaxes
    Spot rates experience best levels in months, but shipbrokers caution that gains may be short lived.
  • FSL borrows $18m for chemical tankers
    Singapore's First Ship Lease (FSL) Trust also issues $7.25m in debt and seeks extension on debt repayment.
  • Torm sees better market in the offing
    Some cannibalisation from dirty tankers notwithstanding, more signs are pointing up than down for clean tankers.
  • Clarksons calls in Miller to chair pay committee
    Former Standard Chartered executive takes over from ex-UK Athletics boss.
  • MPCC adds boxship trio for $34m
    Reederei Nord and Schulte raided for modern vessels; options for more explored.
  • Diana Shipping secures capesize contract with Koch
    Simeon Palios-led bulker owner gets higher pay on latest fix as capesize rates decline from a week ago.
  • GEFO linked to Besiktas tanker quartet
    German owner said to have snapped up four modern vessels from Turkish owner.
  • Wilhelmsen boosts digital drive with Dolittle deal
    Norwegian group buys into start-up backed by former Microsoft men.
  • Knud E Hansen unveils Grimaldi ro-ros
    Danish designer says new vessels will produce no emissions in port.
  • Claus-Peter Offen sells pair of product tankers
    German company believed to have shed two vessels.
  • Bnavios fails in final B Atlantic drugs case appeal
    UK supreme court turns down Italian owner's $20m claim after bulker seized in Venezuela.
  • Gunvor inks largest shipowning move with six newbuildings
    Product tanker order in partnership with Dragnis family and Maas Capital extends growth under Jan Andersen's leadership.
  • Global Ports inks Cuba deal to break into Caribbean market
    Chief executive says landmark deal expected to be followed by more in the region.
  • Franbo Lines returns to profit
    Taiwanese dry cargoship owner cuts costs in first quarter.
  • Emissions regs should make scrapping decisions easier
    ICS chairman Esben Poulsson tells TradeWinds Shipowners forum that new regulations will lead to increased scrapping.
  • Bibby Offshore wins IRM contract
    Multi-million dollar deal will keep OSVs busy into the third quarter.
  • Golden Ocean tipped for rising profit backed by Brazilian exports
    Danske Bank expects bulker owner to beat the market in 2018 after three years in the red.
  • Hornbeck Offshore closes Aries Marine quartet
    US owner confirms deal for four Jones Act vessels is complete.
  • Wisdom Marine bulks up profit
    Taiwanese dry cargo specialist boosted by rising revenue.
  • JP Morgan upgrades Evergreen Marine
    Upgrade comes just a few days after liner company revealed first quarter profit.
  • Essar thwarted in burning bulker cargo case
    UK high court rules owner Agile Holdings must be indemnified from any damage claims.
  • ADNOC and OCP team up on shipping
    Abu Dhabi and Moroccan groups creating JV for fertiliser operations.
  • Shell charters Ostensjo PSV for three years
    Norwegian owner secures term work for vessel in the UK.
  • MSC introduces worldwide emergency bunker surcharge
    Swiss containership giant says fuel prices have risen by almost 70% in less than a year.
  • Singapore vessel arrests hit five-year low
    Improving market conditions contributing to fewer detentions, court records said to show.
  • Japanese yards priced out of bulker market
    Chinese said to have 15-20% cost advantage over neighbours, says shipbroker Affinity (Shipping)

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American Shipperweb site
MAY 22, 2018
  • Damco leases Los Angeles-area logistics center
    The A.P. Moller-Maersk subsidiary Damco has leased a nearly 1 million-square-foot warehouse complex in Santa Fe Springs, Calif., from Goodm...
  • FMC weighing PierPass revision
    The Federal Maritime Commission is expected to decide later this week whether to allow the dozen container terminal operators in the Ports ...
  • Port of New Orleans growth on the horizon
    Growth is on the horizon at the Port of New Orleans in various lines of business as it nears completion of its master plan . The board of ...
  • Heavy-lift shipping pioneer dies
    Hans Kahn, founder of heavy-lift ocean carrier Jumbo, died Friday in Caesarea, Israel, at the age of 95. Born in 1922, Kahn entered the ma...
  • What's the payoff from terminal automation?
    Although North American terminals are lagging behind in automation compared to their Asian and European counterparts, they may want to more...
  • EU, India file retaliatory tariffs on U.S. goods
    The European Union and India have filed separate lists of planned tariffs with the World Trade Organization that would target more than $7 ...
  • Intermodal pricing continues to gather steam
    Intermodal rates kept picking up steam in April, growing another 6.6 percent compared to the same month the previous year, the 19th consecu...
  • Truckload rates step on the gas in April
    Growth in domestic U.S. truckload rates continued to step on the gas in April, increasing 8.2 percent compared with the same month a year a...
  • Commerce: Keep deposits on cold-rolled steel imports coming
    In an effort to close a backdoor channel for dutiable Chinese steel entering the United States, the Commerce Department said it will contin...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MAY 22, 2018
  • Rotterdam HSFO barge crack at two-month high as demand picks up
    The 3.5% FOB Rotterdam barge fuel oil crack, buoyed by refinery maintenance, a shortage of components, and stronger demand
  • European LSSR overhang sees crack spread uncouple from that of fuel oil
    An oversupply of low sulfur straight run in Europe has prevented the feedstock crack spread
  • HSFO to move from tight Med into WAF bunker market
    Cracked high sulfur fuel oil was Tuesday heard being booked to move out of the Mediterranean to the West Africa market
  • Major changes needed before US lifts sanctions on Iran: Secretary of State Pompeo
    Pompeo said Monday the US was not looking to renegotiate the JCPOA and offered no support for efforts from allies to broker a revised form of the deal.
  • Steady Cushing crude builds keeping NYMEX WTI rally at bay
    Crude stocks at the NYMEX crude delivery point have increased nine of the last 10 weeks by 9 million barrels to 37.2 million barrels.




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