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18 February 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 08:11 GMT+1




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Sched Netweb site
JANUARY 25, 2019
  • Hapag's smouldering 7,510-TEU Yantian Express towed to Bahamas
  • OOCL's third phase of Ocean Alliance results in Jebel Ali calls
  • Canadian Pacific quarterly revenues increase 12pc to US$5.4 billion
  • Vancouver to raise capacity of DP World terminal to 1.5 million TEU
  • Port of Rotterdam unveils US$5.7 million fund for zero-carbon port
  • 2020 low sulphur fuel rule to send flood of aging ships to scrap yards
  • Belfast Container Terminal orders automated gantry cranes from Kalmar
  • New Ocean Alliance mega ships to try port call cuts and slow steaming
  • Port operator JTCT rolls out Navis operating system at Tangshan port
  • Piraeus achieves impressive results, thanks to Cosco's investments
  • US online shoppers want free delivery for purchases of under US$50
  • Qatar Airways freighter service to Kazakhstan lands in Hong Kong
  • DHL Express plans to open mega Copenhagen operations hub in 2023
  • SkySpace Cargo expands air cargo platform to three new locations

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Exim Indiaweb site
JANUARY 24, 2019
  • CMA CGM's PAD service to offer weekly frequency from mid-Feb.
  • Indian Register of Shipping wins two Indian Navy contracts
  • International cooperation to tackle piracy stressed
  • As exports fall, India decides to brand its cashew
  • Algeciras port joins blockchain platform
  • JSW Group investing in Andhra Pradesh port
  • US West Coast ports on a roll in 2018
  • FedEx at 10th spot on FORTUNE's World's Most Admired Companies list
  • Indian economy projected to grow faster than China's
  • INR payment mechanism to facilitate Indian exports to Iran
  • Need to address liquidity concerns, high cost of credit & facilitate flow of credit to industry stressed

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International Transport Journalweb site
JANUARY 25, 2019
  • A fair quinquennium
  • Gefco and ONCF conveying new cars for Peugeot
  • Facelift for Estonian locomotive fleet
  • Mosolf banking on blockchain
  • GAC finds a place in Uruguay
  • APL rolling out new service
  • Screening canines nose around boxes
  • Champ participates in Canada's security pilot
  • 800 boxes per month on Southampton -Cardiff route
  • Representation in Belgium with Multiple Cargo Consult
  • Bildutruck augments Madrid site
  • K Line successful at Fukushima terminal
  • More trains on the Basel - Antwerp corridor
  • New contacts in Romania
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Noerpel to quit Munich
  • First government-approved drone deliveries in Indonesia
  • Free zone taking shape at port of Trieste

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The Loadstarweb site
JANUARY 24, 2019
  • Whitehall unveils its vision for UK as the 'world's leading maritime nation'
  • US deliveries hit by delays as record imports spark west coast port congestion
  • China's Belt and Road Initiative driving ahead, despite rumours it hit the buffers
  • A quieter year for air cargo? Not according to expansion-minded carriers
  • LNG the fuel of the future for box ships on cost, but is there a cleaner solution?
  • Capturing more freight from trucks gives North American railroads a boost
  • Kuehne + Nagel bows out of 'hopelessly overvalued' Panalpina deal
  • The Prime challenges for Amazon's new delivery robot
  • Airbus threatens to quit UK over Brexit
  • Market Insight: Q&A with Steve Walker - from Alltransport in the 1970s, to e4PL solutions today
  • Supply chain radar: Panalpina private bond note on Tuesday by UBS? The Swiss 3PL is shopping the business...

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Marine Logweb site
JANUARY 24, 2019
  • Vigor adds to leadership team
  • Sunseeker to introduce yacht with MTU hybrid propulsion system
  • Austal USA awarded $16.3 million for LCS 20 work
  • Crowley again honored for Health and Wellness program
  • Kongsberg Digital unveils simulator based firefighting training solution
  • Polar icebreaker Healy arrives at Vigor to start $7.3 million overhaul

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JANUARY 24, 2019
  • A bold, but achievable vision for UK shipping
    The devil, will inevitably, be in the detail of how this generational project is rolled out, but there is little...
  • Passing on 2020 fuel costs is 'very easy', says Euronav chief
    Customers who are also the suppliers of the more expensive compliant fuels will be more receptive to higher costs, the...
  • Strategy to make UK a global tech hub wins industry support
    Maritime UK chairman Harry Theochari stresses the need for industry and government to work together to reach the ambitious goals
  • American Club reports steady progress
    Tonnage and premiums grew between 1% and 3% last year, while the frequency and severity of claims continued their years-long...
  • Closed-loop scrubbers are not feasible in international shipping, says PIL
    Singapore-based box line plans to install open-loop scrubbers on some of its fleet, in spite of port states banning the...
  • Weaker economic outlook set to hit ocean demand
    The global macroeconomic outlook is continuing to deteriorate and lines will need to take strong action to protect bottom-line performance
  • K+N rules out Panalpina bid
    Klaus-Michael Kuehne removes K+N from Panalpina bid, clearing the path for DSV
  • Scrubber group calls on ports to ignore fiction
    Clean Shipping Alliance says local regulations to ban scrubber discharges are not a threat to the uptake of open-loop systems
  • Euronav back in the black
    The company reversed course in the fourth quarter to make a small profit amid higher tanker rates
  • Greek shipping interests raise concerns over compliant fuel
    Concerns linger about the safety and sufficiency of compliant fuel, according to the Greek Shipping Co-operation Committee, which has urged...
  • Malaysia readies refinery in time to profit from low-sulphur transition
    The Petronas-Aramco funded refinery will provide additional avenue for the Saudis to expand crude exports to Southeast Asia as well...
  • Dry bulk market feels impact of Chinese holiday
    Listless tonnage and limited demand put pressure on all the major dry bulk segments, pushing the BDI to 982 points...
  • Daily Briefing
    Faulty pumps link to Kerch Strait LPG blast | China and Brexit dominate shipping leaders' gathering | Commitment to quality...
  • Sinopec to mass produce compliant fuel
    The fuel offered for test use is said to be higher priced than some owners expect as the refiner needed...
  • Costamare closes out busy year with a profit
    New York-listed boxship owner racked up close to $900m-worth of acquisitions last year including a keynote deal for five 12,690...
  • Wilhelmsen Ship Management to manage Pardus Energy FSRU
    Floating storage regasification unit Turquoise, built at Hyundai Heavy Industries in South Korea, will be handled by Wilhelmsen in Malaysia
  • Cosco Shipping acquires 60% stake in Chancay Terminal in Peru
    Cosco Shipping plans to expand the zinc and silver port into a local gateway hub that can handle large containerships
  • UK sets out strategy for maritime sector to 2050
    While Brexit is notably absent from the strategy document, headline proposals set out an ambitious bid to develop UK maritime...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JANUARY 24, 2019
  • Mexico's Tuxpan port grows as gateway to US
  • India transshipment uptrend continues
  • Low-sulfur costs hamper trans-Pacific contracting
  • Hansa Heavy Lift ships sold to Spliethoff Group
  • Infographic: The layers of logistics technology
  • US truckload capacity pressure eases slowly

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TradeWindsweb site
JANUARY 24, 2019
  • Nordic American Offshore announces reverse split
  • BTIG starts covering Kirby
    Marine segment revenue should bolster earnings, analyst says.
  • NIDAS secures six-month freight contract from BP
    Nigerian National Petroleum Corp's shipping subsidiary wins the deal to ship clean petroleum products, its first by exercising the right of first refusal in a crude-for-product swap deal.
  • Western Bulk earnings bitten by 'unrealistic assumptions'
    Oslo bulker operator's second-half profit tumbles in part due to employee miscalculations.
  • Oman Shipping Co targets wider business horizons
    Armed with a new business plan, acting chief executive Michael Jorgensen discusses the Muscat-based company's plans to acquire fresh ships and broaden its playground
  • ExxonMobil makes early moves on LNG ship hunt
  • Qatar starts sounding out yards for next blockbuster LNG order
    Middle East producer starts to press ahead with liquefaction capacity expansion plans, which could require around 40 vessels
  • Investment firm bolsters Diana Shipping stake
    Hosking Partners of London's interest in New York-listed bulker owner crosses SEC threshold
  • VLCC order flurry in early 2019 'not abnormal', says Euronav chief executive
    Paddy Rodgers says upturn comes as shipyards make first tour with astronomical sales figures on their back.
  • SeaBird stretches charters for two survey ships
  • Polarcus secures Mexican survey work
  • Dof Subsea clinches Yinson contract
  • Listed shipowners should play a better hand with US retail investors
  • Blue Star makes $90m debut with innovative boxship deal
    Erck Rickmers-backed group blazes new trail in German ship financing
  • Queues for scrubber retrofits threaten capacity of dry docks
    Shipyards face dry-docking capacity challenges this year thanks to shipowners waiting until now to install scrubbers
  • Britannia cleared to underwrite in Hong Kong
  • Navios VLCC orders linked to AISSOT work
    Middle Eastern joint venture suspected behind rare Navios order at Imabari
  • Navios Containers spends $52m on boxship
  • Flurry of projects expected to receive the green light in 2019
  • Ambitious plan to breathe new life into historic tall ship
  • Hoegh Autoliners looking at LNG fuel
    The cost of dual-fuel engines is falling but more technological development is required
  • Swedish Club gets ratings boost from S&P
  • Frustration at speed of LNG-fuelling uptake boils over
    Golar chairman Tor Olav Troim tells industry to learn from Nike and just "do it"
  • Pilot lost bearings as Russian cargoship grounded
  • NYK sells 50% of cruise business to ASP
  • Avenir LNG gears up for next phase of fundraising
    Stolt, Golar and Hoegh's new small-scale start-up prepares to tap Norwegian market
  • New private equity owners wield axe at HSH Nordbank
    Christian Nieswandt becomes the latest victim as former state-owned bank changes under overseas owners.
  • Taiwanese tanker hits bridge in Indonesia
  • Minerva Marine boosts LNG newbuild fleet with option at Samsung Heavy Industries
    Additional ship confirmed in late 2018 amid sector rush to firm up orders at shipyards
  • Spliethoff snares ships from troubled Hansa Heavy Lift
    Five vessels from bankrupt German operator join Amsterdam-based company's fleet
  • Load Line Marine nabs bargain supramax as it builds bulker fleet
  • Tsakos Group books latest suezmaxes with Hyundai
    Greek owner said to have put pen to paper for first such tankers since 2004
  • Arrest of Polaris chairman sought over VLOC sinking
  • Solstad knocks $99m off value of 140-ship fleet
  • Baltic Dry Index back below 1,000 as winter chill takes hold
  • Euronav swings to black after VLCCs came 'back with a bang'
    Tanker giant posts strong fourth quarter earnings thanks to resurgent rates.
  • Andrew Glen heads to Singapore for North P&I
  • Korean yards getting share of $13bn funding pot
  • UK launches long term maritime strategy
    New strategy aims to position country as a top global test bed of emerging technology and maritime innovation.

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American Shipperweb site
JANUARY 24, 2019
  • Potential auto tariffs 'on Korea's mind'
    Trade analysts shared their perspectives on how the Trump administration might deal with South Korea as the U.S. weighs whether to impose auto tariffs.
  • Maritime History Notes: The nuclear Liberty ship scrapped
    The Sturgis proved that a floating nuclear power plant was not only possible but practical and safe.
  • Alcohol tax refund claim processes outlined
    A KPMG webinar described how importers should file post-summary corrections and/or protests to claim refunds under the Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act.
  • Port of Long Beach optimistic about more growth in 2019
  • CBP recommends carrying user fee payment proof
  • Union Pacific reports record Q4, full-year net income
  • TraPac completes Port of Oakland build-out
  • Maffei and Sola take seats at FMC
  • Port of New Orleans sets container record

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JANUARY 24, 2019
  • FEATURE: With multiple arb lanes open, US naphtha suppliers said looking toward Asia
    "There is a lot of naphtha going to Asia," a USGC market source said.
  • Record production, refinery slowdown push US crude stocks sharply higher
  • HSSR downgraded to fuel oil cracked pool, surge in NWE fuel oil crack
  • Slowing LNG demand growth in Asia clouds market outlook for US exporters




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