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16 December 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 11:57 GMT+1




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Sched Netweb site
SEPTEMBER 24, 2018
  • Asia-Europe rate declines 6.7pc to US$766/TEU, off 0.3pc to USWC
  • DHL Express to raise rates for HK and Macau by 4.9pc
  • Freightos gains US$44.4m with SGX group in new funding round
  • Port of Savannah plans to boost capacity to 8m TEU by 2028
  • Top 5 box ports achieve 6.8pc Q2 growth, but US-China tariffs a threat
  • BIO-UV installs ballast water treatment system on CMA CGM's newbuild
  • World's first biocide free marine coating introduced by Nippon Paint Marine
  • Fixed-wing drones - a growing buzz and not a bust
  • Singapore's Changi Airport aims for automated terminal
  • Air Italy chooses GAC USA as its GSA for cargo operations in America
  • Jessica Tyler is AA Cargo's new vice president, strategy and development

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Exim Indiaweb site
SEPTEMBER 23, 2018
  • Centre of excellence in Maritime Law established in Mumbai
  • FFFAI organising conference on INSTC at FWC 2018 venue
  • Freight association opposes sulphur surcharge
  • Aug. sees jump of 18 pc in exports of textile & apparel
  • A slew of new generation infrastructure inaugurated at PPT
  • Additional Secretary in Ministry of Shipping visits JNPT
  • Haldia Dock Complex, Kolkata Port Trust bags 'National Safety Award - Runners-Up' for 2016
  • JNPT SEZ leases 44 acres to Hindustan Infralog
  • Kolkata Port & Nepal delegation discuss further enhancing trade
  • Port of Antwerp working on structural solutions to improve mobility
  • Blue Dart announces major expansion plans
  • CMA CGM Logistics Park Dadri expertly handles vintage cars brought in for prestigious rally
  • Electronic Dangerous Goods Declaration handled at Frankfurt Airport
  • MIAL Cargo is now AEO certified

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International Transport Journalweb site
SEPTEMBER 24, 2018
  • Restructuring logistics in Dubai
  • Sensors to smarten up 30,000 freight cars
  • UTA picks finance guru as CFO
  • Geodis installs TMS for CEP services in France
  • Improving trucking conditions in port of Antwerp
  • British Airways and Air France KLM quit Iran
  • Egyptian National Railways purchase new locomotives
  • Carotrans receives accolade from TCC Logistics
  • President of maritime scientists elected
  • Nordic-Turkish forwarding partnership
  • CEIV Pharma certified SIA Cargo launches new product
  • Bavaria shuttle augments route network
  • Developing Avondale hub near New Orleans port
  • SF Express catches hairy crabs and a B747F
  • Raben goes shopping to expand German network
  • Healy to head Fedex Express in Europe
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • SBB Cargo searching for minority stakeholders

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IHS Maritimeweb site
SEPTEMBER 21, 2018
  • VLGC market showing signs of a cyclical recovery
  • China's coastal container fleet grows exponentially in the first half of 2018
  • Bunkerer Bomin exits Singapore and Antwerp amid falling margins
  • Debate over scrubbers continues to split shipping
  • Eni to supply low-sulphur fuels from late 2019
  • TTA plans USD46 million bond issues
  • Fairplay survey reveals drop in cyber attacks as shipowners bolster defences
  • MSC chooses Panasia scrubbers for 29 ships
  • Shipping warned not to overlook people's role in cyber defence

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The Loadstarweb site
SEPTEMBER 21, 2018
  • Carriers cannot afford to 'sit on their hands' as Asia-Europe spot rates tumble
  • DFDS revamps service network from Norway, adding capacity and new call
  • Air charter brokers brace for a bumpy ride in the final quarter
  • Warning to forwarders as appetite for fake goods will rise alongside trade war tariffs
  • Maersk confirms merger of MCC Transport Seago and Sealand
  • Comment: When should importers start shopping for Christmas shopping?
  • 'No-deal' Brexit could cause havoc at European airports
  • No cheers among US breweries as transport costs swallow profits
  • Blockchain 'not ready' to fully support global supply chain

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Marine Logweb site
SEPTEMBER 21, 2018
  • Signet Maritime CEO receives USCG Meritorious Public Service Award
  • NTSB reports on partial sinking of towboat Savage Ingenuity
  • NASSCO starts construction of first John Lewis class oiler
  • Dorian LPG: We're talking to BW LPG about its offer
  • DNV GL issues new guidelines for floating wind turbines

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Lloyd's Listweb site
SEPTEMBER 21, 2018
  • The Lloyd's List Podcast: 2020 vision
    Listen to the latest edition of Lloyd's List's weekly podcast - your weekly briefing on the stories shaping shipping in...
  • IMO says 2020 low-sulphur compliance the easiest option
    Flouting new sulphur regulations will not be practical, says Edmund Hughes. Political relief is unlikely. Bureaucratic loopholes short lived and unreliable
  • Dorian says it has held more talks with BW
    Dorian says it continues to evaluate BW's proposal as well as other undisclosed alternatives
  • Fellowship Blog: Our intern reveals what goes on behind the scenes at Lloyd's List
    Decent access to the internet at sea is the second most important element for seafarers after salary, says Inmarsat
  • China denies plan to ban open loop scrubbers
    Maritime officials deny speculation of a looming ban as industry opinion over open loop scrubber technology becomes increasingly polarised
  • The Interview: Charles Hammond
    Forth Ports chief executive likes Munro climbing, golf and Led Zeppelin, but insists he is anything but dazed and confused
  • Monjasa confident of 2020 global fuel availability
    Some shipowners may have to start receiving fuel cargo loads as early as August 2019, warns chief operating officer
  • Minoan Lines posts first-half profit after paying off bank debt
    The company said it expects the results during the second half will be enhanced by its addition of new routes
  • Supramax earnings climb on coal and grain trades
    Some brokers view the uptick as a temporary high as coal imports into China may start to slow following week-long...
  • APL says premium ocean product 'proving its worth'
    Track record of success proves useful to APL as it set about trying to court customers for premium service
  • Trafigura names first of 35 new tankers
    The newbuilds will be delivered from now through 2019, with the majority expected in the first quarter
  • Maersk vessel held in Tunisia over Maersk Honam claims
    Feedership arrested in Tunisia is expected to be released next week after claims are made in relation to Maersk Honam...
  • US ports join campaign against Trump's tariffs
    American companies are already feeling the impact of earlier tariffs in the form of rising costs and operational disruptions
  • Port of Savannah expansion to boost container handling by 45%
    For the past 10 years, the port of Savannah has grown faster than any other major port in the US
  • Daily Briefing
    Industry heavyweights fire salvo into sulphur compliance crisis | Sulphur cap demands 2020 vision | Exclusive interview with Charles Hammond...
  • Lloyd's pre-tax profit halved in first half
    Sharp fall in investment income offsets improved underwriting result as gross written premiums edged up 2% to £19.3bn
  • Yang Ming expands Vietnam and Thailand services
    Yang Ming has teamed up with Cosco, OOCL, Wan Hai and RCL to expand its intra-Asia services

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
SEPTEMBER 21, 2018
  • Trans-Pac spot rates drop ahead of new tariff threat
  • In Amazon era, shipper supply chains take higher priority
  • US shippers advised to extend hours to add truck capacity
  • Wilmington, NC, partially reopens, sets Monday normal service
  • US logistics managers scramble to cut trucking costs
  • New Orleans bullish on pending port projects

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TradeWindsweb site
SEPTEMBER 21, 2018
  • US takes lion's share of EU soybean imports
    The EU and US agreed in July to increase trade in several areas and products, notably soybeans.
  • East Coast refiners receiving more oil from Gulf of Mexico
    New fleets of tankers and barges in the Gulf Coast reduce the cost of shipping crude.
  • Frontline, Golden Ocean appoint two new board members
    Shipping executive Ulrika Laurin and financier James O'Shaughnessy fill vacancies on both companies' boards.
  • Hadjiyiannis adds to VLCC feast with Seaways veteran
    Tanker flagged as possible scrap candidate finds a trading buyer.
  • Fleet Management branches out in Europe
    Hong Kong headquartered Fleet Management has planted a third flag in Europe with a new subsidiary in the Netherlands. It has taken over NAESS Ship Management in Amsterdam, adding to existing European arms in London and Cyprus. Kishore Rajvanshy, managing director of Fleet Management, says an initial 13 ships will be run out of the Amsterdam office. NAESS Ship Management was set up in 1973 and
  • UK offshore workers to vote on strike action
    Ballot planned by Unite union over whether to walk out in search of 4% pay deal.
  • Garden Reach aims for $49m IPO
    Indian shipyard follows Cochin, Mazagon Dock and Goa on flotation trail.
  • Seadrill rigs set to boost anchor-handlers
    Two platforms being readied for North Sea and Barents Sea work.
  • Dorian LPG reveals further talks with BW
    John Hadjipateras and key lieutenants sat down for "several hours" with suitor's representatives.
  • DNB Markets sounds note of caution amid LNG optimism
    Fleet growth likely to push ahead of new liquefaction projects at start of next decade, bank says.
  • Schulte's new Singapore HQ to accommodate growth
    Owner and manager moves into Bernhard Schulte House as it looks to expand.
  • Desail orders ro-ro at Bohai
    Chinese group inks deal for vessel due in 2020.
  • Rasmussen exits investment in Borr Drilling
    Tor Olav Troim takes a chunk of shares as Norwegian investor exits.
  • Union Maritime linked to eight-ship deal with BP Shipping
    Transaction worth $108m would be the largest executed by the British tanker and bulker owner.
  • SeaBird fixes out two survey ships
    Oslo-listed owner finds term work for vessels in the Americas.
  • Guangzhou Port's Yuan Yue woos London
    Deputy terminal chief pledges openness as she aims for cooperation with UK industry.
  • Polemis sells latest VLCC for demolition
    Greek owner has secured almost $19m from his fourth VLCC scrap sale of 2018.
  • Yang Ming boosts Asian run with OOCL and RCL
    Taiwanese owner also takes slots on Cosco's Thailand service.
  • Stena Bulk changes gears to scrap suezmax
    Erik Hanell confirms change of plan on tanker owned by joint-venture.
  • Trafigura confirms options to buy 35 tanker newbuilds
    Trader names first two in series of suezmaxes, LR2s and MRs in Korea and China.
  • Uljanik to spin off 3 Maj yard
    Croatian shipbuilding group comes up with new plan to raise much-needed cash.
  • Korean box volume growth slows on China-US trade row
    Trade minister says protracted trade tension between the US and China is the 'new normal'.
  • Global Ship Lease adds Maersk Line to charterer portfolio
    Ian Webber-led container leasing company secures potential two-year charter from Danish giant.

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American Shipperweb site
SEPTEMBER 21, 2018
  • Port of Baltimore hosts ACL christening of Atlantic Star
  • Port of Indiana cheers arrival of brewery tanks
  • Helm Operations joins Volaris Group
  • Maersk containership arrested in Tunisia
  • Trade court to review constitutionality of steel tariffs
  • Intermodal providers tout reliability for shippers
  • Convoy raises $185 million to 'transform' trucking
  • British freight group fumes over sulphur surcharge
  • Georgia expanding container, rail capacity

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
SEPTEMBER 21, 2018
  • Crude settles higher after volatile session
    Crude futures settled higher after a volatile session on Friday
  • ARA fuel oil stocks down 11% on week, further draw to come: PJK
  • Loadings at Russia's Primorsk port to resume Saturday after works
    Loadings at Russia's Primorsk port will resume Saturday after works that started on Tuesday and were due to last four days
  • Bunkering sector mulls biofuel use in new 2020 sulfur standards
    As the bunkering industry gears up for the International Maritime Organization's tighter sulfur emission standards from 2020, some market participants
  • Fuel supplier Bomin to exit Singapore, Antwerp bunker markets
    "Going forward Bomin will operate from only two offices: Houston and Hamburg," the company said Friday.
  • Shell eyes bigger oil, gas footprint in India with latest hiring: sources
  • FUTURES: Crude rises on bullish data, supply concerns
  • IMO sees 'by far' majority of ships complying with 2020 sulfur cap
    "By far the majority will be using compliant fuel. If you're not doing that, you're creating bureaucratic barriers for yourself."
  • Singapore Sep bunker demand likely to rebound from Aug
    Singapore delivered bunker fuel demand is expected to see an uptick in September, compared with August when some shipowners opted
  • External: Marine Bunkering(Rotterdam)B.V.




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