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17 February 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 20:54 GMT+1

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Sched Netweb site
JANUARY 24, 2018
  • Hutch goes remote control at Thai terminal with quay cranes and RTGs
  • HMM sheds 24pc of box shipping capacity due to Maersk, MSC deal
  • Fewer than 100 idle boxships as demand for tonnage stays tight
  • South Carolina ports handle record 2.2 million TEU in 2017
  • Antwerp's 2017 throughput rises 4pc to 10.5 million TEU
  • Canada's 'progressive trade' agenda risks NAFTA withdrawal by US
  • New Canadian Arctic shipping rules to cost US$28,000 per ship
  • Hapag-Lloyd sees mergers ahead, and shipping growth rising 4pc in 2018
  • Russian Arctic seaports post bumper year - best since 2010
  • Argentina to reduce river and port pilotage rates 20 - 40pc
  • New Orleans contemplates 2nd box terminal to meet growing demand
  • Heathrow: Sloping third runway to cut costs by US$3.4 billion
  • Amazon wants 20 graves moved 4 miles to accommodate air cargo hub
  • DHL flies male and female pandas to breed in Finland - with luck

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Exim Indiaweb site
JANUARY 23, 2018
  • ...participates in TATA Mumbai Marathon 2018; reiterates support to social causes
  • Allcargo Logistics wins 'Best Risk Management Framework & Systems' award at IRMA 2018
  • CSC JV awarded international cargo handling concession at CSIA Airport Mumbai
  • Skyways Group launches STEER, a unique airfreight product
  • Transport infrastructure in Varanasi undergoing major overhaul
  • HPCL integrates with ONGC
  • CTL & BHP 2018 Conference & Expo brings the entire cargo & logistics sector under one roof

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International Transport Journalweb site
JANUARY 24, 2018
  • LATAM Cargo Daily
  • "Increase our utilisation rates"
  • Securing track access rights for freight traffic
  • Trieste: in mourning for Dario Samer
  • Luxembourg lifts driver deployment regulation
  • More room for beauty products
  • K Line crosses Milano Bridge
  • Cool chain packaging provider expands in USA
  • Salix heads for Europe with new CEO
  • Yusen Logistics UK renews after takeover of Transfreight
  • First automatic train tests on Betuweroute
  • Strasbourg and Haropa ink new pact
  • MEA implements IBS solution
  • CHF 100 million for futuristic cargo transport system
  • Volumes remain consistently high, says RWI
  • Heathrow extends board by COO
  • Major course change for Niki
  • Third life sciences and healthcare warehouse

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JANUARY 23, 2018
  • German H&M market stops freefall
  • Power-assisted suits help Japan call time on shipbuilders' '3D'
  • COSCO to make Zeebrugge northwest Europe "gateway"
  • Danish Maritime Growth Plan has shipowner support
  • Euronav wins Bloomberg gender equality recognition
  • More than 62 separate operations in Sanchi spill clean-up
  • Singapore's offshore and marine sector sees wave of restructuring
  • Policy banks to relax refund guarantees for South Korean yards
  • China's big terminal operators grow in size and reach
  • DSME staff jailed over fatal fire
  • No intention to move to Busan, says HMM

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The Loadstarweb site
JANUARY 23, 2018
  • Schiphol artificially restricting airport cargo capacity with 'illegal' slot rules
  • Cosco achieves its ambition to take control of box facilities at Zeebrugge
  • MSC lines up against Grimaldi as it enters deepsea ro-ro shipping sector
  • Some emerging markets will see 'stellar' growth in 2018 - but some must 'muddle through'
  • More carriers may pressure shipyards to postpone newbuild box ship deliveries
  • Tony Berkeley to retire as chairman of Rail Freight Group
  • Truckers fear Nafta demise as Trump targets foreign renewables

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Marine Logweb site
JANUARY 23, 2018
  • T-ESB 4 successfully completes integrated trials
  • VIDEO: USS Little Rock to winter in Montreal, not Florida
  • USCG responds to Virgin Islands grounding
  • Crowley aids power restoration efforts in Vieques, Puerto Rico
  • Denmark unveils plan for maritime sector growth
  • EU approves state aid to Croatian shipbuilder
  • Inmarsat bolsters communications support for OSV market
  • CMS in global service deal for low-speed WinGD engines

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JANUARY 23, 2018
  • Cement carrier repels pirate attack in Gulf of Aden
    Perpetrators' approach indicates this was more likely piracy rather than terrorism
  • Tankers and boxships to benefit from IMF's new growth picture
    Boost for dry bulk could be smaller as China's economic growth slows, Clarksons Platou says
  • BPA lobbies Treasury on improved status for ports after Brexit
    As the UK moves into a new trading environment, it is important that ports are able to grasp the opportunity...
  • Danish Shipping expects 10% growth in fleet registrations by 2021
    Group that represents shipowners and operators applaud new measures by Danish government
  • Freight trade between US and EU to emerging markets fell in 2017
    Agility reports that route from Qatar to European Union region was the fastest-growing trade lane in 2017
  • EU approves state aid for Croatian shipyard
    EU says measure will allow the ailing Uljanik yard to meet urgent liquidity needs while preparing a restructuring plan within six months
  • LNG makes power play for container shipping
    CMA CGM's decision to invest in liquefied natural gas could bring the alternative fuel into the mainstream
  • Daily Briefing
    If there's one rather obvious flaw in Denmark's new plan for growth in the maritime sector, it's that the vision...
  • Maersk invests in digital start-up NYSHEX
    Six global carriers committed to NYSHEX, which aims to bring certainty to the contract negotiating process in order to end...
  • China Merchants Energy Shipping braced for profit slump
    Company posted approximately $62m impairment losses on five aframax tankers
  • Bangladesh embarks on port revolution
    Government sets sail with ambitious masterplan to facilitate trade growth
  • Korean shipbuilders expect 20% drop in sales for 2018
    Forecast comes amid lack of orders, a possible increase in steel plate prices and the strong South Korean won
  • Cosco Shipping Ports agrees concession deal with Zeebrugge
    Move comes after group bought over the 76% stake in the Zeebrugge terminal from APM Terminals for $42.1m
  • Underwater drone finds point of collision impact on Sanchi
    Bulker made triangular gash 35 m wide on tanker's starboard side
  • SITC expects 50% profit boost from favourable market conditions
    Bocom International Securities estimates net profit for years 2017-2019 to hit $184m, $225m and $270m respectively
  • Diana Containerships sells two post panamaxes for $22m
    Move comes as initial seven-ship deal falls through on financing issues
  • Diana Shipping nets more than 40% rate rise in panamax charter deal
    Vessel expected to bring in about $4.4m in gross revenue for the minimum employment period

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JANUARY 23, 2018
  • Washer, solar tariffs threaten Jacksonville, Virginia gains
  • Matarbari port's expansion goal is 8,000 TEU ships by July 2023
  • Analysis: 'Perfect storm' factors to lengthen US trucker shortage
  • Amsterdam Schiphol solves its freighter slot problem, for now
  • China's biggest terminals report strong growth, expand reach
  • Shippers told to brace for record US trucking rates
  • Maersk becomes sixth carrier to join NYSHEX

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TradeWindsweb site
JANUARY 23, 2018
  • Teekay turns its capital taps for $200m
    Vancouver-based company plans sales both to public and private investors in latest round of cash raising.
  • Costamare grows fleet amid signs of improving market
    Greek owner reveals secondhand acquisition as it reports strong quarterly results.
  • Trafigura readies more US crude cargoes
    Trading firm commits to additional volumes from new pipeline that will be delivered to the Texas Coast.
  • Eagle Bulk shareholder stake dips below 5%
    Move by AC Maritime requires Cayman Islands-based company to file notice with Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
  • Maersk takes punt on NYSHEX trading platform
    World's largest liner company joins peers investing in and using online freight booking platform.
  • Greens urge caution on Arctic seaborne trade
    Volume of goods shipped on Arctic waters hits new record with more growth to come, but trade brings risk.
  • Boxships and tankers biggest winners from IMF upgrade
    Frode Morkedal and Herman Hildan explain why improved outlook for global economy is music to shipping ears.
  • CMES expects profit to fall by up to 68%
    Chinese tanker owner hit by asset impairment in 2017.
  • Robot locates Sanchi point of impact
    Collision tore 35-metre hole in NITC tanker's hull.
  • Evercore cuts crude forecast with cycle close to bottom
    Analyst believes it is too early to put money into stocks
  • Ocean Tankers adds up to 10 more newbuilds
    Singapore owner back in China for bigger products carriers.
  • Euronav joins new Bloomberg gender equality index
    New York-listed tanker owner says inclusion on index is reflection of sustained progress.
  • Vinalines could sell shares worth $30m
    Vietnamese state owner prices public auction of stock.
  • First freight deal settled in bitcoin
    Quorum and Interchart hail milestone wheat shipment from Russia to Turkey.
  • Wisdom back in Japan for bulkers
    Taiwanese owner spending up to $49m on Imabari newbuildings.
  • Uggla set for strike two with Maersk Drilling
    AP Moller Holding reported to be preparing move to buy drilling division from Danish group.
  • Torm nets $100m from private placement in Copenhagen
    Share sale comes just a few weeks after its move to list in the US without raising funds.
  • Listing cargoship stabilised off Galapagos
    Baltic Betina got into difficulty off Ecuadorian islands.
  • EU approves $117m Uljanik lifeline
    Commission says loan guarantee vital to keeping Croatian yard operating.
  • Fitch keeps Soechi Lines on negative watch
    Shipyard operations proving a drag on Indonesian tanker owner.
  • Latvian Shipping takes on Sargeant tanker
    Vitol-owned company expands managed fleet with US bitumen vessel.
  • Itopf confirms bunker spill from Sanchi
    But tanker pollution expert plays down pollution fears due to distance from shore.
  • Platts to revise USGC VLGC assessment methodology
    Greater use of Panama Canal, plus increased number of US loading terminals prompt overhaul.
  • BP and Oman sign LNG supply deal
    UK oil major agrees seven year deal with revitalized Middle East gas producer.

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American Shipperweb site
JANUARY 23, 2018
  • Executive Moves: TECSYS, NAVTOR, Alliance Shippers, DCLI and Dachser
    Source: Pressmaster/Shutterstock TECSYS hires chief marketing officer; NAVTOR names chief technology officer; Alliance Shippers appoints pre...
  • Automatic freight train tests to commence in the Netherlands
    French train maker Alstom will work with Dutch infrastructure operator ProRail and Rotterdam Rail Feeding (RRF) to pilot automatic train op...
  • COSCO SHIPPING Ports inks agreement to operate Belgian terminal
    COSCO SHIPPING Ports, the port terminal operator arm of China's COSCO Shipping, inked a concession for the operation of CSP Zeebrugge Termi...
  • Trump assesses broad tariffs on residential washers, solar cells
    President Donald Trump has approved an in-quota 20 percent safeguard tariff for large residential washer imports and a 30 percent tariff on...
  • POLB board approves Pier B on-dock rail facility
    The Port of Long Beach's Board of Harbor Commissioners on Monday approved a long-in-development project that would situate a new on-dock ra...
  • TSA: Cargo from five Middle Eastern countries subject to additional screenings
    Cargo originating in five Middle Eastern countries will undergo additional screening per a new set of rules set out by the U.S. Transportat...
  • ABC airfreight volumes soar in 2017
    AirBridgeCargo Airlines (ABC), the all-cargo subsidiary of Russia's Volga Dnepr Airlines, saw its airfreight volumes soar 13 percent year-o...
  • Judge rejects injunction for JaxPort dredging project
    U.S. District Judge Marcia Morales Howard has denied a motion for a preliminary injunction against the dredging of the St. Johns River in or...
  • Booming e-commerce industry presents new challenges for retailers
    There's an old mantra that the personal computing industry used to live by: every year, the computing power and memory of a PC would double...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JANUARY 23, 2018
  • North Sea crude flows to the Far East limited so far this year: cFlow
    Arbitrage flows of North Sea crude oil to the Far East have been limited so far this year as no VLCCs have been confirmed on this route yet according to data from cFlow, S&P Global Platts trade flow software, while market participants expect one VLCC to make the voyage at the end of January.
  • Oil futures rise, but US tariffs darken outlook
    Oil futures rose Tuesday, with ICE Brent briefly above $70/b, though prices were kept in check by concerns over trade restrictions after President Donald Trump imposed tariffs on imports of solar panels and washing machines.
  • Falih says Saudi-Russia oil market cooperation could last 'decades and generations'
    The cooperation between Saudi Arabia and Russia on managing the market could continue over decades and generations, rather than devolve into a market share battle once the current output cut agreement ends at the end of 2018, Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih said Tuesday.
  • First Salina Cruz HSFO cargo enters USWC since July: US Customs data
    A cargo of fuel oil from Mexico's Salina Cruz refinery has been exported to the US West Coast for the first time in more than six months, US Customs data showed.
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • India's NIIF inks deal with DP World to advance ports, logistics in India
    Advancing ports and logistics facilities in the country would also bode well for the country's bunker sector.
  • Taiwan orders ships out of its waters after suspected oil deal with N Korea: report
    The report said that the two tankers were denied entry into Kaohsiung Port in southern Taiwan on Friday.
  • FUTURES: Oil extends bull run on IMF forecast, weaker US dollar
    The IMF has revised up its global growth forecasts for both 2018 and 2019 by 0.2 percentage points to 3.9%.

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