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23 August 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 08:43 GMT+2




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Sched Netweb site
FEBRUARY 8, 2019
  • Asia-Europe rate steady at US$960/TEU, off 2.3pc to USWC
  • 9,600-TEU APL ship on fire en route from Shenzhen to Singapore
  • Le Havre again achieves record container volume of 2.1 million TEU
  • ONE takes delivery of second 14,000-TEUer with all bells and whistles
  • Canadian National Railway quarterly profit up 19pc to US$1.06 billion
  • Long Beach mayor off to Singapore, Cambodia, Vietnam with investors
  • Indonesia positions Batam island group to rival Singapore as shipping hub
  • Saudi Arabia announces plans to turn Jeddah into transshipment hub
  • UN's sulphur fuel emissions cap stands to reverse Panama Canal's gains
  • Germany's Hamburg port installs first hybrid straddle carrier
  • Australia attracts growing volumes of air cargo from Singapore
  • Embryonic all-freight airline CargoLogic Germany joins BARIG
  • Narita International Airport to extend runway to boost efficiency

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Exim Indiaweb site
FEBRUARY 7, 2019
  • FEDSAI Chairman urges continuous & consistent discipline in the industry
  • Hamburg Süd highlighting Remote Container Management
  • NTC Logistics receives coveted AEO status
  • India-Norway Ocean Dialogue to facilitate cooperation in port management & other areas
  • Customs initiatives have facilitated reduced clearance time & transaction costs
  • Draft Logistics Policy aims at enabling seamless logistics value chain
  • Ritco Logistics gets listed on BSE SME Platform
  • Clusters identified for promotion of agri exports
  • RBI cuts repo rate

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International Transport Journalweb site
FEBRUARY 8, 2019
  • Hong Kong - Chancay via Davos
  • Italy: bottled water to be hauled by LNG trucks
  • USA: forging ahead with Carolina Lines project
  • Pemco rolls out new conversion programme
  • Europa Capital acquires Dutch logistics asset
  • Krone installs new sales manager
  • US terminals upgrading equipment
  • Turkish Cargo's first steps at future home base
  • Toll Group unveils high-tech control room
  • Revenue over USD 5 billion for YRC Worldwide
  • West Atlantic to change CEO
  • Port of Switzerland hoists container flag high
  • Big contracts for hundreds of trains per week
  • Strong year too on US east coast
  • Redwood Logistics launches parcel service
  • New boss for cargo community
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Saudia Cargo touches down in Cairo and Jo'burg

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The Loadstarweb site
FEBRUARY 7, 2019
  • DSV vows to continue on acquisition trail as it celebrates rise in profits
  • How BCOs can navigate the choppy waters of the carriers' new fuel surcharges
  • Zim joins Maersk with digital US street turn booking service to beat congestion
  • Dnata and Europa spread their footprints wider with new acquisitions
  • Airlines and air cargo - why not look on the bright side?
  • US trade agency says efforts to rein in China with WTO rule change are futile
  • University of Denver's Transportation Institute elects four new industry specialists to the board
  • Market Insight: Q&A with Hessel Verhage - the forklift operator who went on to run a multi-billion dollar business
  • Supply chain radar: DSV's trading update - when bad news is great news

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Lloyd's Listweb site
FEBRUARY 7, 2019
  • Environmental impact of scrubbers insufficiently studied, warns Veniamis
    Greek shipowners' leader laments that 'minority' alternative to using low-sulphur fuels is having a divisive impact on industry
  • Port of Savannah plans to triple berth capacity in five years
    January was the port's busiest month in history, with a 28% increase in throughput from the previous year
  • UK braced for EU safety programmes exit
    With a no-deal Brexit in sight, the UK faces having to exit from certain European Union maritime safety programmes
  • Brexodus: Movement of UKSR people?
    Brexit could mean a wave of departures from the UK flag, which the British government had hoped to double in...
  • Search for Stellar Daisy wreck prepares to start
    The Seabed Constructor search vessel will have representatives from the South Korean government and family members of the Stellar Daisy...
  • Greek shipowners agree new 10% dividend tax
    Voluntary deal effectively replaces double measure of tonnage taxes levied for the last five years and address central complaint of...
  • Yvonne Tsanos appointed director of Epsco
    Oesterreichischer Lloyd executive joins Cyprus-based safety services and equipment group
  • Viewpoint: Why Brexit happened
    In the end, it has been the EU's scarcely disguised thirst for more and more power that has made us...
  • HHLA reports moderate volume growth
    HHLA's revenues climbed 3%, while the group's operating result came in 18% higher
  • Daily Briefing
    Dry bulk finds positive in US soyabean sales | UN Security Council turns spotlight on maritime crime | IUMI's Turner...
  • Anadarko seals two more long-term LNG deals
    Agreements follow Anadarko's deal earlier this week with CNOOC Gas and Power Singapore Trading & Marketing for the supply of...
  • Does it really pay to be a first mover?
    Regulations need firm enforcement and clarity from day one, says Schroder
  • Northwest Seaport Alliance set to sign new terminal deal
    New terminal development will see Washington port complex able to take the largest classes of boxships. The move is seen...
  • Carriers could face freight surge ahead of IMO 2020
    Low-sulphur rules may lead to a another boost in volumes for container carriers as some retailers and importers consider importing...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
FEBRUARY 7, 2019
  • Rail lift gains show deeper East Coast port reach
  • Freight growth drives Mexican warehousing boom
  • India cabotage reform driving DP World Cochin gains
  • Antwerp port: Strike would cost millions of euros
  • DSV CEO: Panalpina takeover pursuit continues

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TradeWindsweb site
FEBRUARY 7, 2019
  • Prudential cuts Tidewater ownership
  • Emarat to place second aframax in Dakota Tankers pool
    Former Sigma Tankers entrant will push overall fleet for Ben Ognibene-led outfit to eight.
  • Upped stake in Nordic American Offshore could trigger poison pill
  • Navios Acquisition confident on refinancing and tanker market
  • Brodosplit and Fincantieri win race for Uljanik
  • New Fortress Energy outlines growth plans after US listing
    Company plans FSRUs in Puerto Rico and Dominican Republic, an FSU in Mexico and LNG carriers in Ireland
  • New owner moves into frame for Delos Shipping VLEC slots
  • Scrubber sums hold strong despite bans, says DHT Holdings executive
    Svein Moxnes Harfjeld pinpoints reasons for rising opposition to technology.
  • Colleagues 'dumbfounded' as Rodgers prepares to leave Euronav
  • Scrubber sums hold strong despite bans, says DHT Holdings
    Svein Moxnes Harfjeld pinpoints to reasons for rising opposition to technology.
  • SCI faces $11m repair bill after VLCC blast
  • TMS Cardiff's 'opportunistic exposure' to spot lays foundation for long-term approach
  • TMS Cardiff Gas' newbuilding fest not a pre-cursor to an IPO
  • Christos Economou reveals his plans in bumper 2018 LNG newbuilding haul
    Founder of TMS Cardiff Gas speaks about how the company came to take a newbuilding position and hints at what 2019 holds
  • Greece swaps double tonnage tax for new charge on dividends
    Fresh shipping tax regime will be more in line with European Union rules
  • Goltens supplying BWTS to 37 BW LPG and NYK ships
  • DNB: provisions are owner-specific not trend-based
  • GEV to order four new CNG carriers
  • PDVSA trade troubles depress Caribbean crude tanker rates
  • Tankers linger off Venezuela amid US sanctions worries
    US charterers have been forced to divert or float tankers as they halt transactions with state energy major PDVSA
  • Ardmore Shipping hints at sale of chemical tankers
    Suggestion comes as company mulls how to replace oldest product tanker brace.
  • More boxes lost from MSC Zoe than first thought
    The estimate has been revised following discharge of cargo in Germany and Poland
  • Exmar's VLGC pair hang in the balance at Hanjin Subic yard
    Search is underway for alternative shipbuilder as talks over financial troubles at Philippines facility rumble on
  • Euronav success story shows the importance of good corporate governance
    Paddy Rodgers led Euronav through financial difficulties to a successful US listing while keeping debt low and standards high - but the market is tough to please
  • Maersk Drilling ends losing run and nets loans ahead of stock listing in 2019
  • DFDS full-year results reach 'all-time high'
    Figures buoyed by Mediterranean expansion but impacted by a Brexit-related fall in volumes.
  • European Commission calls for 'urgent' changes to IMO scrubber rules
    Secretary-General says exhaust gas scrubbers are 'expected to lead to a degradation of the marine environment'.
  • Avance Gas closing in on refinancing as scrubber decision nears
    New debt deal will soon be on the table, while investor demand for scrubbers likely to be met.
  • DHT Holdings back to profitability in fourth quarter
  • Viking Supply to be debt-free as it cuts loss
  • Colleagues 'dumbfounded' as Rogers prepares to leave Euronav
  • Bourbon revenue down 20% with OSV recovery slow
  • Provisions rise for PSVs and rigs at DNB
    Overall impairments down however thanks to reversals for other shipowners in fourth quarter.
  • Seafarers rescued after falling over board in lifeboat
    US Coast Guard comes to the rescue as seafarers suffer stomach laceration and a broken leg.
  • Savannah set to triple big boxship handling capabilities
    Move by US port comes as containerships over 15,000-teu now account for 45% of newbuild capacity.
  • DHT Holdings back to profitability in fourth quarter

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American Shipperweb site
FEBRUARY 7, 2019
  • Bills introduced to check president's 232 powers
    The reintroduction of the Trade Security Act, which failed to advance last Congress, is the most recent proposal to check the executive branch's ability to impose national security-based trade remedies.
  • DSV is still keen on acquisitions
    CEO Jens Bjørn Andersen tells analysts consolidation makes sense in an "extremely fragmented" 3PL industry.
  • Customs brokers bounce back after shutdown
    NCBFAA praises Customs and Border Protection leaders for their assistance and guidance during the 35 days federal agencies were closed.
  • Old Dominion, Werner and Echo report revenue growth
    All three grew fourth-quarter revenue by at least 6 percent compared to 2017, but net income dipped.
  • Estimate rises for containers lost from MSC Zoe
  • Port of New York/New Jersey has record-breaking 2018
  • FMC reviews 22 OTI license applications
  • BIS and Census penalties increase
  • Executive Moves: DSC, Tacoma, Aeronet
  • Slight cost hikes account for inflation as required
  • Executive Moves: Matson, Rocketail, Tigers, Duluth
  • Goltens picked for ballast water treatment systems

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
FEBRUARY 7, 2019
  • UK, EU economic growth concerns drive crude selloff
    Concerns that an economic slowdown in Europe could ripple through oil markets drove crude futures to lower settles Thursday.
  • Sanctions push Venezuela crude into European sour market
    The effects of ongoing US sanctions against Venezuela are starting to be felt in the sour crude market in Europe.
  • PDVSA points to sanctions to derail US court fight targeting Citgo
    Venezuela's state-owned PDVSA is arguing in US court that the latest sanctions imposed by the Trump administration should block any attempts by Venezuela's creditors to use the US justice system to auction off its Citgo assets.
  • White House banks on Saudi oil to offset Venezuela sanctions, with no SPR release on tap
    The Trump administration is confident that key ally Saudi Arabia will fill any oil supply gap caused by US sanctions on Venezuela, with refineries along the Gulf Coast told not to expect any crude release from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve.
  • External: Praxis Energy Agents DMCC
  • Hapag-Lloyd pioneers first LNG retrofit in large container ship
    "We will be the first shipping company in the world to retrofit a container ship of this size to LNG propulsion," von Berlepsch said.
  • Four more newbuild VLCCs set to bring diesel from Asia to Europe
    Some traders expected six or seven VLCCs to carry diesel to Europe and West Africa over March and April, with most sources expecting at least four.
  • FUTURES: Oil slips on rising inventory, record high output
    US sanctions on PDVSA have also had a dramatic impact on global crude.
  • FUJAIRAH DATA: Oil products stocks rise 4.2% on week to near 18-month high
    "The market is likely to be less bearish than it was before," a Singapore-based market source said Monday.
  • ANALYSIS: Global container freight market bearish as Lunar New Year hits
    This slipping in rates comes following tough markets with significant volatility in the bunker fuel price.




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