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22 February 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 22:19 GMT+1

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Sched Netweb site
JANUARY 30, 2018
  • Philippines Hanjin yard unveils world's biggest box ship of 21,600 TEU
  • Nansha up 10.5pc in 2017 to 13.9 million TEU surpassing Qingdao
  • MOL buys Azalea Maritime and renames as MOL Maritime (Europe)
  • Hapag-Lloyd warns of onerous US rules that hurt Canadian trucking
  • Trump steals show at Davos, but makes no policy departures
  • Britain ends difficult year with an unexpected GDP uptick
  • Popularity of UV to treat ballast water beats electrochlorination
  • Union Pacific posts 154pc profit leap thanks to US tax cuts
  • US tax reform adds US$3.4 billion to Norfolk Southern net profit
  • BNSF beating Union Pacific in competition for western rail freight
  • Changi airspace to be closed at time during annual Singapore Airshow
  • Cargolux denies reports it is shutting down Cameroon flights
  • US International Trade Commission ends anti-Canadian plane duties

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Exim Indiaweb site
JANUARY 29, 2018
  • APL enhances intra-Asiatrade connectivity with newChina South-East Asia service
  • Hapag-Lloyd India organises first post-merger customer event in Gandhidham after integration with UASC
  • MOL signs deal for construction of LNG-fuelled tugboat
  • OOCL volume up in 2017
  • Port Authority of Strasbourg & HAROPA ink agreement to enhance cooperation
  • SCFI spot rates up
  • US imposes anti-dumping duty on Indian polyester staple fibre
  • First container arrives at Bharat Mumbai Container Terminals
  • Indian logistics industry has grown at CAGR of 7.8 pc in last five years: Economic Survey
  • Lufthansa Cargo invests in US-based tech start-up to boost airfreight experience
  • Snowman Logistics inaugurates warehousing facility at Krishnapatnam
  • India to grow at 6.75 pc this fiscal & 7 to 7.5 pc in 2018-19, says Economic Survey

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International Transport Journalweb site
JANUARY 30, 2018
  • LATAM Cargo
  • New all-time daily traffic record
  • Goodman spending in eastern Germany
  • AA Cargo flying to new European destinations
  • Yet more calls for more secure parking
  • More jurors for Logistics Hall of Fame
  • OOCL's newest newbuild on maiden voyage
  • Interroll optimises loading for bottled water producer
  • Qatar Airways welcomes A350-1000 test aircraft
  • Scheduled rail service from Herne to Paskov
  • APL links China and Southeast Asia
  • Female support for Hill Dickinson in London
  • Lilly inaugurates distribution centre
  • Pharma Aero ups the revs with industry stalwarts
  • USD 550 million for rail yard in Texas
  • Hutchison Ports banks on growth in Thailand
  • New route and funds for HNA Group members

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JANUARY 29, 2018
  • North American ports face the mega-ship challenge
  • MiFID II tightens FFA disclosure rules
  • Hyundai HI chosen to build Canadian liquefaction plant
  • Samsung HI suffers third consecutive full-year loss
  • "K" Line in Indian FSRU project

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The Loadstarweb site
JANUARY 29, 2018
  • GMB union claims UK Mail 'pay cut or no job' offer to 6,000 drivers is illegal
  • ONE unveils its global network and prepares to take first cargo bookings
  • AA Cargo launches new routes as it eyes freight from the Balkans
  • Container lines will feel the pinch as China restricts import of waste for recycling
  • The extraordinary A380 supply chain
  • How DHL's Frank Appel motivates his workforce
  • Major global shippers are begining to tackle supply chain emissions

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Marine Logweb site
JANUARY 29, 2018
  • Foss brings in 498 utility trucks to aid Puerto Rico power restoration
  • WFSA Conference set for March
  • Baydelta to build Jensen designed hybrid tug at Nichols Brothers
  • Legacy Marine delivers 18 m dive support catamaran
  • Plans for LPG fueled COGES ferry make progress
  • Bio-based antifoulant proves effectiveness in two year trial

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JANUARY 29, 2018
  • Nasdaq to shift freight futures to US
    Exchange to focus on power and gas markets in Europe
  • M/Maritime signs three more bulker newbuildings in Japan
    Extra vessels lift the company's fully controlled fleet to 13 bulkers
  • NYK fixes charter for LNG tanker amid buoyant mood
    Japanese carrier signs for seven-year contract for a newbuilding ship as spot rates stay at 2018 highs
  • MPC Container Ships begins trading on main Oslo marketplace
    Feeder owner meeting investors this week with bond tap in sight
  • Daily Briefing
    As China's foreign policy becomes more assertive, the Belt and Road investment programme has increasingly been used as a geopolitical...
  • It's time to buy, says Cosco Shipping Energy Transportation chief
    A future in LNG carriers looks bright but the firm's more imminent ambition lies in the tanker business, says Liu...
  • Daily Briefing
    As China's foreign policy becomes more assertive, the Belt and Road investment programme has increasingly been used as a geopolitical...
  • It's time to buy, says Cosco Shipping Energy Transportation chief
    A future in LNG carriers looks bright but the firm's more imminent ambition lies in the tanker business, says Liu...
  • China's 'foreign garbage' ban puts backhaul cargoes at risk
    Shift in Chinese policy threatens to erase up to 5m teu of vital box trade
  • Space tight on key ocean trades out of Asia
    Capacity critical to Oceania but manageable elsewhere, report forwarders, although price rises expected during the next two weeks
  • State bails out shipbuilding on a rising wave of orders
    Beijing's attempts to inject nearly $5bn into state-owned shipyards come as the industry shows signs of recovery - but private investors...
  • Remains of three Sanchi crew members identified
    Iran's Ports and Maritime Organization has received the black box data of the Sanchi, the deputy head of the organization...
  • SM Line to relocate to Busan
    SM Line has completed registration of its headquarters address in Busan and plans to move from Seoul by June
  • Tote Maritime scraps order for boxship quartet
    Newbuilding orders cancelled due to issues faced at Honolulu terminal at which the vessels were scheduled to operate
  • Gulf Navigation in talks for Atlantic Navigation stake
    Company aims to grow its offshore oil and gas business in the Middle East
  • HHI secures $500m LNG facility order in Canada
    HHI also says it received a $220m order for three 84,000 cu m very large gas carriers from state-run shipping...
  • NYK and K Line among LNG supply business group
    Move comes as LNG demand is expected to pick up on the back of upcoming environmental regulations in shipping
  • SITC exercises options for two boxships
    Boxship duo worth a total of $50m
  • Trøim's 2020 Bulkers exercises options for newcastlemax quartet
    Vessels to be delivered over February to May 2020
  • Denmark considers naming and shaming sulphur cap violators
    21 companies have violated the 0.1% sulphur limit regulation since 2015
  • BPA raises concern over post-Brexit trade deals
    Emphasis should be on cross-border operational provisions with European neighbours, says association head Richard Ballantyne
  • Wilhelmsen rides the digitalisation wave
    Predictive data analytics a big help in optimising operations, says Wilhelmsen Ship Management president Carl Schou

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JANUARY 29, 2018
  • Sea-Tac truckers split on April 1 clean-truck reg
  • US trucking's uncharted ELD rollout stings shippers
  • MSC speeds up transits on growing Med-US East Coast trade
  • World Direct adds Pensacola to US Gulf-Mexico route
  • Port Canaveral to build heavy-lift dock
  • PSA faces rail hurdles ahead of JNPT terminal opening

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TradeWindsweb site
JANUARY 29, 2018
  • Two Panamax berths coming to Blue Atlantic
    Project will almost double coastal territory of Port of Setubal's economic zone to 350 miles.
  • Carnival adds second ship to Caribbean market
    The move doubles Carnival's capacity in the Caribbean and Port Tampa Bay to the most of any cruise operator in the Floridian harbor, the Miami-based company said.
  • Matson is winner as Tote order crashes
    Stock gets multiple upgrades as market incumbency likely remains intact, but Philly Shipyard sees sell off.
  • MSC slashes Europe-US transit times
    Service upgrades are expected to cut four days off reaching US ports.
  • OSG sees signs of life
    OSG chief executive Sam Norton tells Noble Capital conference that gains over last five months appear to be holding up.
  • Drug-smuggling gang seized on Hapag boxship
    Cocaine also recovered after master spots strangers on vessel off Colombia.
  • More newbuildings for fledgling M/Maritime
    Mytilineos-backed company unveils three more units under construction in Japan
  • Owners warned over demurrage wrangles
    C Demurrage highlights recent London arbitration award in row over barley cargo.
  • Seven Islands linked to Union Maritime MR
    Indian owner appears to have moved quickly to secure tanker to serve new IOC contract.
  • Korea consortium plots LPG-powered ferry
    Consortium receives preliminary approval for new LPG marine engines with plans for delivery in two years.
  • Ocean Breeze takes Acta Marine OSV
    Dutch owner fixes out walk-to-work newbuild for two years.
  • CSDC expects 2017 profit to hit $205m
    CoscoCS leasing company forecasting a big leap in earnings.
  • Strike off as Uljanik workers paid
    Croatian yard staff bank December pay, averting walk-out.
  • MPC Containerships moves up to main Oslo board
    Move to Axess market approved as expanding boxship owner takes another step towards ultimate goal of New York listing.
  • Norwegian PSV rates spike
    One ship remains open as levels approach $20,000 per day in North Sea.
  • Cancelled Stena newbuild sold for $505m
    Samsung semi-sub unit goes to European customer six months after Swedish owner pulled out.
  • Three bodies from Sanchi wreck identified
    Iran names three Iranian men who died in tanker fire this month.
  • Courage Marine to return to profit
    Hong Kong bulker owner boosted by reversal of ship impairment loss in 2017.
  • GIE Dragages heads to Socarenam for dredger
    French owner picks compatriot yard for specialised vessel.
  • TOTE tears up order for four new boxships
    US owner says problems with Honolulu terminal has ended deal at Philly Shipyard.
  • Gulf Navigation eyes stake in Atlantic Navigation
    Dubai-based tanker owner looks to expand offshore arm with stake in Singapore-listed outfit.
  • Hyundai Heavy wins Canadian LNG floater
    South Korean shipbuilder continues string start to 2018 with $500m newbuilding deal.

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American Shipperweb site
JANUARY 29, 2018
  • KGL secures contract to handle logistics, distribution operations for U.S. military
    Logistics firm Kuwait & Gulf Link Transport (KGL) won a contract from the U.S. Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) to lead logistics and dis...
  • NMFS to designate oceanic whitetip shark as threatened
    The National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) will list the oceanic whitetip shark (Carcharinus lonigmanus) as threatened under the Endanger...
  • Freight forwards, derivatives are on the table, but will shippers take part?
    If the tangible signs that the transportation and logistics industry is willing to truly turn its back on a history laced with rate volatil...
  • U.S. West Coast ports thrive in November 2017
    The five major U.S. West Coast container ports - Los Angeles, Long Beach, Oakland, Tacoma and Seattle - collectively handled 54,328 more in...
  • IMF increases global growth forecast for 2017 and beyond
    The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has raised its global economic growth estimates for the 2017, 2018 and 2019 years. The IMF now estim...
  • DP World steps up India infrastructure investment
    DP World has joined with India's National Investment and Infrastructure Fund (NIIF) to increase investments in the country's ports, termina...
  • Hapag-Lloyd to commence Middle East-Africa service in April
    Ocean carrier Hapag-Lloyd will commence a new weekly service between the Port of Jeddah and the east coast of Africa in April. Dubbed the ...
  • CMA CGM's first 20,600-TEU ship readies for service
    French ocean carrier CMA CGM will place its first 20,600-TEU ship, Antoine de Saint Exupery, on an Asia-North Europe loop, dubbed the FAL 1...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JANUARY 29, 2018
  • Gang violence could hamper midstream investments in Mexican oil industry
    Increasing violence from criminal groups in Mexico could hamper much-needed investment by international companies in fuel pipelines, slowing competition in gasoline and diesel markets
  • Profit-taking pulls ICE Brent below $70/b
    The oil complex weakened Monday as profit-taking pulled ICE Brent below $70/b in a broad reversal across financial markets ahead of key events this week on the political and economic calendars.
  • Gibraltar bunkering halted by gale force winds: Port authority
    Bunkering operations at Gibraltar have been suspended due to strong winds.
  • Malta bunkers exceed 3-year high on rising HSFO, availability constraints
    Bunker prices at Malta in the Mediterranean saw a multi-year high Friday.
  • Novorossiisk bunker discount to Istanbul narrows to 6-week low
    The usual discount of bunker fuel at the Russian Black Sea port of Novorossiisk to that at Turkey's Istanbul narrowed to its lowest point in just over six weeks.
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • AET Tankers adds four new ships as it revives fleet, meets environmental rules
    AET is confident that these LNG dual-fueled ships are the sustainable solution, both in the mid and long term to upcoming environmental rules for marine fuels.
  • FUTURES: ICE Brent crude steady, NYMEX rises on weaker dollar
    "We are close to the point of correction," Janu Chan, senior economist at St George Bank said.

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