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22 July 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 23:58 GMT+2




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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 29, 2018
  • Port of NY/NJ handles record 593,625 TEU in May
  • Ningbo Zhoushan Port Group joins IAPH
  • DP World inks deal to expand its Prince Rupert Fairview Container Terminal
  • Space coast projects awarded US$16m from US Army Corps of Engineers
  • Melbourne port receives green light to handle larger containerships
  • UPS reaches tentative agreement with Teamsters union over wage rises
  • INTTRA sets record transaction volume breaching 4m mark in May
  • Air New Zealand fined US$11m after global cartel investigation
  • BIFA fears more delays loom over London Heathrow expansion plans
  • Istanbul's new airport attracts the likes of UPS, DHL and FedEx

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Exim Indiaweb site
JUNE 28, 2018
  • Concerns expressed in survey on container shipping lines' service
  • Global Logistics organises blood donation camp in Kolkata
  • MANSA commends Mumbai Port for removing age-old obstruction in the channel
  • NYK container vessel receives Japanese pilots' Best Quality Ship Award
  • Ban on milk products from China further extended
  • 'GST is a significant regulatory change with positive impact for logistics sector in the long term'
  • Credit profiles in Indian logistics seen remaining strong
  • Export movement by road commences from ICD Panki, Kanpur to Nepal/Bangladesh
  • GATI-KWE announces partnership with IKEA for home delivery solutions using electric vehicles
  • Cabinet approves a corpus for National Export Insurance Account Trust
  • South East CEO Conclave & Cargo & Logistics Awards 2018 to be a confluence of the fraternity at the ITC Grand Chola in Chennai today
  • US sets Nov. 4 ultimatum to India & other countries to stop buying oil from Iran or face sanctions

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 29, 2018
  • Parking metres for lorries
  • Lights on military veterans' logistics skills
  • Intermodal Wuhan-Ningbo sea-rail train introduced
  • B&H strenghtening Oceania team
  • DHL ensures logistics for three F1 races in three weeks
  • Gefco growing in Valencia and Granada
  • DB Schenker expanding in Augsburg
  • Saudi Arabian Bahri Group goes Haropa
  • ACS pushing ahead with OBC
  • More capacity on Rwandair's Lusaka / Jo'burg service
  • Bud Spencer's airline throwing out passengers
  • Arthur Welter expanding in France
  • Increasing intermodal terminal capacity in Poland
  • Cooperation in the Bahamas
  • CFR Freight making changes at the top
  • Emirates upgrading in Angola; Air Namibia launching West...

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JUNE 28, 2018
  • Container Ship Safety Forum to evolve for smaller box ship owners
  • Frontline backs scrubbers as it seals deal with Feen
  • Tanker markets sceptical of OPEC deal benefits
  • Cargill confirms mini-Cape deal with CSSC Leasing
  • KOGAS may help develop Novatek transhipment terminal
  • Radziwill's GoodBulk pulls the plug on its New York IPO
  • Declining revenue reflects stiff competition among salvors
  • Charterers urged to address business disruption cover

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The Loadstarweb site
JUNE 28, 2018
  • Can't get no satisfaction: latest customer survey reveals poor carrier service levels
  • Clouds may be gathering to darken the heady days of air freight growth
  • Analysis: Who is holding who hostage as bunker prices wreak havoc with P&L?
  • XPO Logistics gives customers an 'augmented' view of their online buy
  • Retirement tribute to Tony Berkeley is literally on track... and on time
  • Eddie Stobart snaps up The Pallet Network
  • Infrographic: do you need to apply for the Fulfilment House Due Diligence Scheme?
  • East Europe border town strains under Silk Road train boom
  • Frank Yau to take over as head of cargo sales HK for Cathay Pacific

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Marine Logweb site
JUNE 28, 2018
  • Cargill launches "CO2 Challenge" to help decarbonize shipping
  • McQuilling: Canadian supply shortages could hit U.S. crude exports
  • Volvo Penta unveils hybrid IPS propulsion system
  • How to avoid main engine damage
  • John Fredriksen's Frontline takes 20% stake in scrubber manufacturer
  • Norsafe launches new fast rescue and patrol boat series
  • ABS in JDP with LNG bunkering start-up with global ambitions

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 28, 2018
  • Global LNG trade breaks record for third consecutive year
    New liquefaction projects and demand growth in emerging Asia are expected to continue driving trade growth
  • Hapag-Lloyd agrees redundancies deal with head office staff
    Headcount will be reduced as German carrier seeks to make efficiency gains
  • Frontline agrees deal for scrubbers on up to 36 tankers
    The tanker owner buys 20% stake in Feen Marine Scrubbers in memorandum of agreement
  • Euroseas sells last bulker to focus on containerships
    Pittas vehicle boosts shareholding to 35.8% with new share buy
  • Africa has potential to grow seaborne volumes
    Africa has a role to play and there is optimism with new gas projects being developed, said Clarksons managing director...
  • ABS and Probunkers sign pact to develop LNG bunkering fleet
    Joint programme is 'key' to Greek start-up's vision of network spanning significant international ports
  • Search on for Safetytech innovators
    Successful entrepreneurs will receive trial funding and the chance to work with commercial businesses
  • US road freight shortages set to worsen over summer
    Increased demand is coming up against seasonal demand as fuel costs surge
  • Box carriers failing on customer service, survey shows
    ESC survey backs customer dissatisfaction with carriers
  • US port says tariffs dispute will hit shipping volumes
    Chinese imports through US ports down 3.8% in April and 8.7% in May, says Seroka
  • Daily Briefing
    Total reveals blueprint for LNG bunkering's future | Selling LNG 'feels like logistics business', says Cheniere head | Transpacific trade...
  • Kuganiga Kuganeswaran joins Informa Fertecon team
    Launched in 2017, three-month programme is fully sponsored by global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright and is supported by maritime...
  • Panama Canal lifts restrictions on LNG transits
    The third set of locks will allow night transits and vessels to navigate Gatun Lake at the same time
  • 'Asia premium' could curb LNG flows to the world's top demand centre
    LNG needs to be cost-competitive to realise its potential as the preferred fuel of the future, Asian buyers warn
  • GoodBulk pulls Nasdaq IPO citing 'adverse market conditions'
    Company has decided to postpone offering shares until market conditions improve

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 28, 2018
  • Penske, NFI to road test Freightliner electric trucks
  • New India import plan's goal is to decrease supply chain cost, time
  • Europe rail to truckers: Work with us, not against us
  • Trump tariffs unlikely to radically alter supply chains in short term
  • Nippon Express expands rail, air services to Europe
  • US West Coast ports prep for tariff-driven volatility
  • Brokers must consider minutes in new way under ELDs

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TradeWindsweb site
JUNE 28, 2018
  • IM Skaugen given more time
    Singapore court grants three more months of protection from creditors as gas carrier reorganises its debt and business.
  • Cargill, DNV partner up on 'CO2 Challenge'
    The initiative, guided by start-up specialist Rainmaking, is aimed at reducing ship carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.
  • After stalking Inmarsat for years, decision day looms for EchoStar bid
    'Golden share' held by IMSO adds spice to interest in satellite communications company
  • Nissen adds to feeder boxship spree at HMD
    KMTC charters two more feeder containerships as diversified Japanese tonnage provider continues growth drive
  • Yamal Trade extends search for LNG tonnage
  • Russia seeks huge FSU for Kamchatka
  • ENI aims to offload last LNG carrier duo
  • Sovcomflot and TMS Cardiff may be sidelined by NYK talks
  • Opec provides the headlines but gas delivers growth story
    Rising oil output overshadows increasing LNG volumes, but European gas demand is expected to slump up to 2050
  • Clarksons raids rival to expand Hamburg wind desk
    Broking giant poaches Rouven Willner to grow in German 'offshore renewables hub
  • Divers bag over 100kg of litter in Singapore marine cleanup
  • Greek owner's Empire Navigation poised to sign first tanker order
    Empire plans to charter out up to eight Hyundai Mipo Dockyard newbuildings to Cargill
  • Toisa sales take off with Greeks feasting on fleet
    Dimitris Diamantides now linked with six purchases as fellow Greek buyers move in on Clarksons-led mass disposal
  • Weak yuan hits secondhand bulker prices
  • Modion lines up sale for its two oldest ships
  • Golfers feel the heat at McIlvaney's annual event
  • NLNG looks at ship need on next LNG train
    Africa's second largest LNG producer readies to add additional capacity, but buyer input will determine shipping.
  • OFE gets $3.3m in seed money
    John Hahn-led online provider of predictive analytics to dry bulk and tanker markets looks to expand operations.
  • Euronav adds to crude tanker demolition tally
    New York-listed shipowner is parting with a 1990s built suezmax, sources say.
  • Costs awarded against insurer after "tactical" battle
    UK high court orders Ingosstrakh to pay up in row over lost vessel.
  • Olympic MSV back for Van Oord deal
    Taurus back in action after short winter layup.
  • Thorco Lineage adrift after tow line snaps
    Refloating of cargoship off remote Polynesian atoll hits a snag.
  • John Fredriksen's Frontline goes scrubber shopping
    Purchase of stake in Feen Marine comes amid plans to install scrubbers on up to 36 tankers.
  • EMAS Offshore rescue in doubt
    Investor BTI reconsidering $50m investment in OSV company.
  • Port of Los Angeles counts up cost of Trump's tariffs
    Executive points to falling shipments in the past two months as reason to be mindful.
  • Hyundai Heavy tipped for quick sale of F Whale
  • Golden Energy Offshore set to double fleet with newbuilds
    Arctic Securities and Fearnley Securities called in to help arrange funding for Chinese brace.
  • Lloyd Fonds forming capital management offshoot
    Hamburg asset manager to shift focus to "liquid retail funds."
  • Vinalines targets $214m from IPO, share sale
    Vietnamese state owner to list in September.
  • Maersk Supply Service teams up with Vestas
  • NOC issues warning over rival Libyan exports
    Oil company says Libyan National Army has no right to determine control of terminals.
  • Lisin merging tanker companies into Volga-Flot
    Russian tycoon diversifying shipping company with addition of VF Tanker and Volgo-Balt Tanker.
  • Subsea 7 scoops Total deal worth up to $300m
    Norwegian owner to install flowlines and umbilicals off Angola from 2020.
  • ISU members see 2017 revenue jump by 20%
    Trade body says while industry has seen an improvement, it is still down on highs of two years ago.
  • PSA boosts stake in Hong Kong rival HPH Trust
    Singapore port operator taking advantage of competitor's low share price to build up shareholding.
  • GoodBulk pulls New York IPO
    Radziwill-led owner was done in by timing, other negatives in dry-bulk sector as investors pushed for discount pricing, sources say.
  • GoodBulk said to pull New York IPO
    Radziwill-led owner was done in by timing, other negatives in dry-bulk sector as investors pushed for discount pricing, sources say.

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American Shipperweb site
JUNE 28, 2018
  • Chassis pool plan draws praise
    Shippers and other stakeholders have written to the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) to express support to l ast week's announcement by the Georgia Ports Authority and South Carolina Ports Authority that they are planning to create a new container chassis pool, the Southern States Cooperative Pool (SSCP).
  • Lawmaker: ZTE deal could 'put Americans at risk'
    Testifiers before the House Small Business Committee on Wednesday expressed concerns related to national security and unfair competition about ZTE and its association with U.S. companies.
  • El Faro safety legislation clears committee
    The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee has approved legislation aimed at raising safety standards for U.S.-flagged cargo ships. The proposed regulations stem primarily from recommendations made following the 2015 sinking of the cargo ship El Faro .
  • FedEx Express operations at California airport grow
    FedEx Express is expanding its presence at the Ontario International Airport in southern California in addition to signing a new long-term lease agreement with the airport.
  • Commerce downgrades Q1 U.S. GDP estimate again
    United States gross domestic product - the broadest measure of a nation's overall economic health - grew at an annual rate of 2 percent in the first quarter of 2018, according to the third estimate from the Department of Commerce.
  • Vote to limit presidential import power blocked
    Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, on Wednesday blocked a vote on an amendment to the 2018 Farm Bill that would have required congressional approval for any presidential action to adjust imports on the basis of national security pursuant to Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962.
  • Commentary: Navigating a tight truck market
    Shippers navigating the capacity crunch need to understand its causes, how new technology solutions can help, and perhaps most importantly, how to gain "shipper of choice" status with their carriers.
  • National Economic Council deputy director departing
    Everett Eissenstat is resigning from his position as deputy director of the White House National Economic Council (NEC), effective next month, Politico reported Wednesday.
  • Panama Canal unlocks opportunities for LNG transits
    The Panama Canal will lift daylight and encounter restrictions on LNG vessels effective Oct. 1.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JUNE 28, 2018
  • Tanker owner Frontline buys scrubber company stake ahead of IMO 2020
  • Rotterdam 3.5% fuel oil barge MOC dominated by offers on strong backwardation
  • ABS, probunkers partner to develop LNG fueled ships ahead of IMO 2020 rule
    ABS will work with probunkers to provide regulatory compliance guidance for the fleet as well as define applicable rules and standards.
  • Mexico's port of Dos Bocas seeks to build new oil terminal
    The winning company will have a 20-year contract to operate the 332,500 sq. meters facility.
  • Japan alerts UN to suspected STS transfer to N Korean ship in East China Sea
    In March, the Security Council Committee identified Yu Phyong 5 as a vessel subject to an assets freeze.
  • Japan's JXTG settles Apr-Jun HSFO price at 3.5% higher on quarter
    But has yet to settle LSFO price for April-June with domestic industrial customers.
  • TANKERS: European freight rates hit 2018 lows, lack of long haul trade
    Lack of US Gulf shipping demand has seen tonnage build of in US waters; ballasters have been moving towards Europe for business.
  • Asia steps up efforts to diversify away from Iranian oil
    Around 60%-65% of Iranian oil shipments head to Asia.




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