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12 December 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 20:14 GMT+1




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Sched Netweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 2018
  • Singapore's Cosco-PSA Terminal to build 2 new berths to lift volume to 5m TEU
  • OOIL prepares for the sale of its Long Beach terminal
  • MSC to relaunch suspended AE2/Swan loop in December
  • Fitch warns changes to trade policies may negatively impact US ports
  • MTT Shipping orders up to six 1,800 TEU feeder boxships from China
  • DHL Global Forwarding expands LCL offering across Americas
  • Lineage Logistics buys Yearsley in Europe's refrigerated warehousing market
  • China Post strengthens ties with Lufthansa Cargo
  • Maersk's logistics unit Damco posts lower Q3 air and ocean freight revenues
  • China's EHL opts for Edmonton Airport as its N American logistics base

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Exim Indiaweb site
NOVEMBER 22, 2018
  • Allcargo Logistics appoints Malini Thadani as Non-Executive Independent Director
  • Bahri takes home three coveted awards, hosts customers & partners at annual oil reception
  • Hapag-Lloyd launches new Asia-Gulf Service
  • Kerry Indev Logistics bags 'Best Business Partner award'
  • MSC receives 'Container Line of the Year' award
  • OOCL announces improvements to Asia-Middle East 1 & Asia-Middle East 3 services
  • The English Court steers a course
  • Major global ports do well in H1
  • Revenue Department in plans to integrate e-way bill with NHAI's FASTag mechanism & DMICDC's LDB services
  • Prime Minister launches Ease of Doing Business grand challenge
  • All roads lead to The Gateway Hotel in Vadodara for the Shippers & LSP Business Forum on CTL 2018 today
  • WTO should remain the engine for global trade: Suresh Prabhu

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International Transport Journalweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 2018
  • Rail cargo too expensive
  • Lamprecht visits Navis in Hamburg
  • United Eastern and Central European cluster for Ceva
  • APL further connects Far and Middle East services
  • Brave FMS staff help blood cancer battle
  • Switzerland rolling out new digital tachograph
  • Jet Airways pushes belly capacity to new peaks
  • Cirillo to lead Swiss Post in 2019
  • Cosco and PSA link up in Singapore
  • Arvato wins Imperial Tobacco Japan as new client
  • Renault tractor joins Wanner fleet
  • BelugaXL makes visibly "happy" first landing in Germany
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Rhenus takes over Nellen & Quack
  • A face for e-commerce at Geodis
  • More maindeck capacity between Brussels and Latin America
  • UK: launch of cross-Britain railfreight service
  • Record-breaking Q3 for port of Oakland
  • Grant secures Long Beach rail expansion project

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IHS Maritimeweb site
NOVEMBER 22, 2018
  • Chinese steel scrap, Brazilian soyabeans, and scrapping to hit dry cargo market, says DNV bulker chief
  • Seoul launches fund for LNG-fuelled vessels
  • CITIC funds Oriental Energy VLGCs
  • Offshore vessel owners to see market rebound with spending to top USD152 billion
  • Vitol signs LPG shipping deal with KSS Line
  • China Merchants Bank's leasing unit buys Ardmore MR tanker pair

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The Loadstarweb site
NOVEMBER 22, 2018
  • Hapag-Lloyd to launch premium product as part of new five-year plan
  • 'Change the rules now' call after seafarer dies while securing containers
  • Atlas may lease passenger aircraft as arbitrator rules it cannot sub-contract
  • There must be a 'win-win' element in container line service contracts
  • India to probe alleged antitrust behaviour by Maersk and DP World at Mumbai
  • Guillaume Sauzedde to head Ceva's newly merged Europe cluster
  • Geodis appoints Ashwani Nath first global head of e-commerce
  • Operators look to maximise cool chain customer service by vertical integration

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Lloyd's Listweb site
NOVEMBER 22, 2018
  • NYMEX to list low-sulphur fuels futures in December
    The contracts will settle against assessments from S&P Global Platts
  • Aegean Marine to be delisted following bankruptcy filing
    The company did not appeal in the allotted 10-day notification period
  • Lim endorsed for second IMO term
    The IMO Council supported a request by Lim to remain at the organisation's helm for another four years
  • Port leaders in Hong Kong prepared for 'monumental challenges'
    Hong Kong is battling fierce competition from Chinese and regional rival ports at a time of transformation in container shipping...
  • Shipowners and charterers in tug of war over 2020 sulphur costs
    Can higher fuel prices be passed to end users? Will scrubber-fitted vessels gain charter premium? Who should pay for the...
  • South Korea unveils $1.5bn fund for LNG-powered ships
    Government will lend around $620m to small and medium-sized shipbuilders, while 140 LNG-powered vessels are to be ordered by 2025
  • Maffei to rejoin Federal Maritime Commission
    Former FMC commissioner Daniel Maffei is set to rejoin the regulator following his nomination by President Donald Trump
  • Daily Briefing
    Hapag-Lloyd sets out Strategy 2023 vision | Lines urged to digitalise or risk being marginalised | Seafarers win a better...
  • Tariffs seen as undercutting global shipping and trade
    International shipping and trade have generally been adversely affected by the series of tariffs that have come into effect this...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
NOVEMBER 22, 2018
  • Peak season shipments swamp Europe's smaller airports

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TradeWindsweb site
NOVEMBER 22, 2018
  • System transparency offers upside to shipowners, says PT-Shipmanagement
  • Faerder lines up fresh deals after 'first chapter' setback
    Norwegian company aims to bounce back with fresh projects after 'Donald Trump's twittering' killed off first suezmax newbuildings
  • Scrap values of EU-flagged ships could plummet 50%
    Europe's Ship Recycling Regulation will only allow EU-flag ships to be recycled at approved shipbreakers, which are expected to offer much lower market rates
  • GMS founder still feels excitement in shipbreaking after 26 years
    Anil Sharma, the founder of one of the world's largest cash buyers, defends the green credentials of Indian subcontinent shipbreakers
  • Wilh Wilhelmsen tackles trade worries with tighter management
    Norwegian shipping and services group focuses on technology and agile management to cope with uncertainties caused by trade friction and 2020 fuel rules
  • Maersk in advanced talks to ink feeder boxship deal
    Danish group in discussions with China's Jiangnan Shipyard for up to 10 vessels
  • Norsepower ready to rent out its wind-assisted rotor sails
    Finnish company says lease financing package will allow owners to make fuel savings straight away without the cost of buying its wind power units
  • BoComm charter enquiries reveal speculative buying
    A reported fleet sale-and-leaseback by BoComm Financial Leasing has turned out to be part of a 14-ship buying spree
  • Latsis closes in on LNG debut with talk of Trafigura deal
  • Dalacouras-led Dalex celebrates the highs and lows of turning 50
    Owner looks back at over half a century in business spanning Greece's modern shipping history
  • BGC's acquisition of Poten & Partners shows finance has an appetite for shipbroking
    Growth in LNG and tankers are a central ambition behind the landmark purchase of the US broking shop by the financial services heavyweight
  • Gas carrier's US excursion marks milestone in dynamic LNG sector
    The Golar Tundra's arrival at new Cheniere liquefaction plant underlines the rapid pace of growth in the global gas market
  • Heung-A sells modern feedership to Japan's Kotoku
  • Charter rate levels show signs of recovery for larger boxships
    Bigger vessels are beginning to attract much improved sums for short to medium periods
  • Papua New Guinea's first female cadets set sail
  • Big five lines team up to set common digital standards to accelerate expansion
    Backed by major liner players, the yet-unnamed industry body aims to streamline digitalisation
  • Adnoc Logistics in talks to charter out LNG carriers
    Shipping arm of Adnoc is after leasing deals for up to six years
  • Ships line up for Yamal LNG project's first STS off Norway
  • Traders seek out LNG carriers for multi-year charters
    At least three companies have floated requirements as shipowners hold their nerve, with rates showing little sign of softening
  • Shipmanagers grapple with challenge of fuel restrictions for Polar operations
  • Moundreas makes first tanker order since 2007 for suezmax
    Greece's NGM Energy is booking one firm and one optional suezmax at New Times Shipbuilding in China
  • Raffles heads back to China for second round of tanker orders
  • Bahri Oil celebrates another successful VLCC Week in Dubai
    With growing popularity among tanker officials, the gathering in Dubai draws a crowd second to none
  • Paolo d'Amico on shipping: 'You have to fight for things you love'
    In his first interview since becoming CEO at d'Amico International Shipping and chair of the tanker owners' association, Paolo d'Amico talks shipping, strategy and succession
  • Newport acquires its biggest ship yet
    Greek operator adds panamax, replaces ageing handysize vessel
  • Chinese import buyers of veteran tonnage brave new S&P waters
    Domestic players are seeking alternatives but are steering clear of retrofits after unexpected rule changes
  • Hapag-Lloyd commits to scrubber retrofitting
    German line says exhaust cleaners will be installed on 10 13,000-teu vessels in 2019 and 2020; also testing LNG as a fuel.
  • Bank of Greece rejigs shipping accounting
    Central lender will draw on international maritime databases for data due to fall in receipts.
  • Ports wary as UK drops 'frictionless' Brexit
    BPA warns of potential disruption as possibility of border checks grows.
  • Ostensjo Rederi reveals frigate rescue drama
    Norwegian owner's three tugs took 121 young recruits from ship sunk in clash with Tsakos tanker.
  • Eidesvik: no subsea recovery until 2020
    But Norwegian owner says PSV rates should rise from spring next year.
  • Lloyd Fonds brings in three fund managers
  • Ship boarded by pirates off Nigeria but attack thwarted
  • Pacific Basin seals $40m loan from DSF
    Deal extends existing term facility secured by 19 ships.
  • Crew saved after tanker sinks in Persian Gulf
    Prime Tankers vessel goes down, but French navy frigate finds crew clinging to hull.
  • Ocean Tankers beefs up on tiny tankers
    Three small products tankers belonging to defunct Vermont UM Shipping have sailed across into the fleet of Singaporean tanker giant Ocean Tankers
  • Uljanik yard workers back after month-long strike
    Efforts continue to find investor for troubled Croatian shipbuilder.
  • Braemar Shipping Services switches auditor
  • SBM Offshore adds second FPSO at SWS
  • Gestion grows tanker fleet with handysize duo
  • Exmar set for rebirth after fixing out floating LNG unit
    CEO Nicolas Saverys says last six years have been 'the worst ever' but this deal will transform his company.
  • Diana Shipping plots share buyback after sell-off
    US-listed owner says move is in the company's best interest given its cash position and share price.
  • Tanker's "dead cat bounce" prompts MISC downgrade
    UOB: Tanker owner faces year of challenging cash flow generation clashing with the need for growth.
  • Growth-minded Jebsen inks kamsarmax pair at JMU

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American Shipperweb site
NOVEMBER 22, 2018
  • China hasn't stopped unfair commercial actions, USTR says
    The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative on Tuesday issued a 53-page update to its March-completed Section 301 report on China's policies related to IP, tech transfer and innovation.
  • U.S. turns up heat on illicit Syrian oil imports
  • Kuehne + Nagel 'acquiring know-how' with Quick buy
  • COSCO SHIPPING Ports, PSA deepen collaboration
  • Long Beach rail project nets $14 million grant
  • Executive Moves: EROAD and VARGO

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
NOVEMBER 22, 2018
  • TRADER NOTE: Neil Hitchinson leaves Gunvor
    Hitchinson was employed by Gunvor for approximately two and half years, after previously working for Mercuria.
  • NYMEX to list Marine Fuel 0.5% futures contracts from December 9: CME
    The contracts will settle against S&P Global Platts physical Marine Fuel 0.5% assessments.
  • Aframaxes booked to take European HSFO east amid Singapore backwardation
    There is no time lost, an Aframax arrives faster, a fuel oil trader said.
  • Saudi supply surge risks tempering output cuts
    The supply run-up risks a repeat of 2017, when OPEC and its allies took longer than anticipated to clear oil inventories and reverse the slump in prices.
  • New 0.5% swap to limit bunker fuel price risk in 2019 as sulfur cap looms
    The uncertainty over product availability and prices might prompt hedging bunker fuel price risk to reduce exposure to the volatility expected come 2020.
  • FEATURE: Physical bunker suppliers eye indications of 2020 HSFO availability
    As 2020 looms, physical suppliers are questioning the availability of HSFO at bunker hubs and smaller ports.
  • Crude bounces higher amid heightened Saudi Arabia sanctions risk
    Crude prices settled higher Wednesday in the wake of rising tensions between Washington and Riyadh over the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
  • TRADER NOTE: Marine fuel supplier Bunker Holding appoints new CFO
  • Rotterdam fuel oil barge delays intensify in Europoort area: sources
    Congestion in the Rotterdam fuel oil barge market has begun to intensify, with delays in the Europoort area lengthening as sellers struggle to meet loading ranges for the end of November.
  • External: Marine Bunkering(Rotterdam)B.V.
  • Bunker supplier Bomin sells Belgian operations
    "This is a significant time for our family as we look to enter the bunkering market," said Ronald Somers, CEO of the Somtrans Group.
  • TANKERS: Suezmax earnings on the rise due to strong demand from the East
    So far this year, 24 Suezmaxes have been sent for demolition, the highest number since 2012.
  • US sanctions Russian companies in scheme to sell Iranian oil to Syria
    The sanctions are aimed at cutting off oil sales to the regime of Bashar al-Assad, US administration officials said.




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