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22 September 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 03:27 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 1, 2020
  • PIL seeks lifeline from Temasek Investment to stay afloat
  • Australian authorities detain APL England after dropping containers
  • Yangzijiang Shipbuilding inks US$78m container feeders contract
  • Continued global uncertainty hits rates, but worst fears yet to be come: Xeneta
  • Australia fears China will block its barley exports on bogus dumping rap
  • South Africa to investigate giraffe, meerkat, rhino shipments to China
  • Airfreight demand declines in April: AAPA
  • Air Astana removes business class seats to boost capacity for medical freight
  • FedEx and Microsoft team up against Amazon for package shipping

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Exim Indiaweb site
MAY 31, 2020
  • PIL announces launch of China India Express service
  • Schedule reliability seen stable at around 70%
  • SCI registers net profit in Q4 & full fiscal
  • Withdrawal of Public Notices Nos. 24/2020 dated 20.02.2020 and 33/2020 dated 24.03.2020 regarding facility of waiver of late fee for delayed filing of the Bill of Entry
  • ZIM registers increased total revenues in Q1 2020
  • Govt notifies revised date for import of Urad for 2020-21
  • Import-laden containers moved from JN Port Terminals to Container Freight Stations (CFSs) and cleared by importers from March 23 to May 29, 2020
  • Port of Antwerp introduces innovative solution for releasing containers
  • Volume matrix of import-laden containers shifted from Mundra Port Terminals to CFSs and import delivery from CFSs during March 23 to May 29, 2020
  • Freight Village Wilhelmshaven among the top 20 in European rankings
  • Logistics real estate remains resilient thanks to demand for e-commerce & pharmaceutical services
  • Govt notifies Emergency Credit Line Guarantee Scheme for MSMEs
  • National Trade Network proposed to improve competitiveness of India's external trade
  • Revive manufacturing, diversify basket & find newer and more accepting markets to boost exports: Goyal
  • IRClass overcomes challenges from global pandemic to launch cement carrier in China

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The Loadstarweb site
MAY 29, 2020
  • 'Aggressive' blanking brings capacity crunch, cargo rolling and rocketing rates
  • Inspection reveals 'inadequate lashing' and rusty securing points on APL England
  • As 'preighter' demand slows, will bellies return, asks Lufthansa Cargo's Peter Gerber
  • Trucking services feeding air cargo across the border take off for Mexpress
  • Governments must help stranded seafaring 'unsung heroes' get home
  • Port of Cork wins new transatlantic deepsea call on ICL service
  • Toll Group hackers accessed staff's personal and payroll data
  • M&A radar: Why Japan Post may never sell Toll Group - it's just a rounding error

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Marine Logweb site
MAY 29, 2020
  • ACBL: Illinois River lock closures still set to start on schedule
    Commenting on flood conditions on the Illinois River, American Commercial Barge Lines says, "the river is open from top to bottom, but expect some delays as transit is slow. Some bridges we
  • Bollinger Quick Repair takes delivery of new dry dock
    Bollinger Quick Repair, LLC, a Bollinger Shipyards LLC company, has taken delivery of a new 3,400 ton floating dry dock. The dry dock is named Mr. Eddie in honor of long-time Bollinger
  • VIDEO: USCG medevacs OSV crew member
    The Coast Guard medevaced a crew member from the 177 ft Ryan Marine Services offshore support vessel RMS Citation approximately seven miles offshore Corpus Christi, Texas, Thursday afternoon. Coast Guard Sector/Air Station
  • Paddy Rodgers joins V.Group Board
    Ship management and services company V.Group reports that Paddy Rodgers has been appointed as a non-executive director. Rodgers served as CEO of Euronav for 18 years and was known for making forthright
  • Svitzer takes delivery of 80-tons bollard pull ASD tug from Sanmar
    Turkey's Sanmar Shipyards has delivered the first of three Bigacay class ASD tugs that will be operated by Svitzer in the Port of Sohar, Oman. The delivery follows the earlier deliveries of
  • MM&P: Crews of five U.S.-flag containerships trapped by crew change breakdown
    The International Organization of Masters, Mates & Pilots (MM&P) says that crews of five U.S.-flag containerships are among the thousands of seafarers essentially being held hostage aboard their vessels because of the

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MAY 29, 2020
  • Iran gas tankers arrive at Venezuela
    Despite US threats to prevent the shipments, the voyages were unimpeded, with a Venezuelan naval escort for each tanker as...
  • LNG sails for an unprofitable summer
    The unprofitable conditions are expected to continue until October or November, when the seasonal rise because of the northern hemisphere...
  • Economic outlook: GDP contraction will weigh on transport demand
    Gross domestic product is shrinking in all regions around the world, with China suffering its worst contraction in 28 years...
  • EU's emissions database is still a work in progress
    EU's Monitoring, Reporting and Verification data offers an extensive picture of emissions in Europe. But that picture can keep changing and...
  • Kexim bank ramps up loan support for ailing shipyards
    Kexim chief executive says the bank will do its upmost to help the country's shipbuilders overcome the current crisis and...
  • The Lloyd's List Podcast: Shipping's decarbonisation dilemma
    Debating shipping's decarbonisation pathways on this week's podcast: Peter Boyd from Yale University, Matthieu de Tugny from Bureau Veritas, Tristan...
  • Flemming Jacobs moves to advisory role at Global Maritime Forum
    Jacobs, a former boss at Maersk and NOL, won Lloyd's List's lifetime achievement award in 2015
  • Pandemic-led slowdown holds back Nigerian LNG deliveries
    Cargoes are taking twice as long to land in Spain and France and some have been diverted to Asia or...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Tankers in floating storage hit new high | Decarbonisation is a job for now, not later |...
  • Australia detains APL England over safety deficiencies
    AMSA now expects the shipowner and its insurer to take full responsibility for coping with the impact of the incident
  • South Korean yard confirms EPS' $160m LPG trio
    The orders have won Norwegian energy major Equinor backing with a five-year time charter, Lloyd's List earlier revealed
  • Port of Savannah rail project on track to penetrate new markets
    The Mason Mega Rail project will deliver the largest on-dock intermodal rail facility for a port authority in North America...
  • CMA CGM donates 200,000 face masks to Los Angeles
    It means a lot to us that we stand alongside the US to overcome the pandemic, says CMA CGM chief...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MAY 29, 2020
  • Asia-West Coast container FEU spot rates clear $2,000
  • US truck dwell times declining, but detention still a problem
  • Capacity cuts keep Asia-Europe spot rates aloft
  • Slow recovery ahead for intra-Asia volumes amid COVID-19 challenges
  • Top US Shippers: Resin exports expected to slide after strong 2019

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TradeWindsweb site
MAY 29, 2020
  • Avance Gas expansion thwarted by 'illiquid' secondhand VLGC market
  • Capes remain in Pacific amid Brazil's Covid-19 troubles
  • UBS raises Royal Caribbean Cruises outlook on pent-up demand
  • Rina furloughs third of workers amid Covid-19 pandemic
  • Flex's Kalleklev acquires more shares in gas carrier owner
  • Cosco bulker finally rescued after 40 hours of salvage efforts
  • Mons Aase says offshore markets to suffer for rest of year - at least
  • Havila Shipping's $420m refinancing held up by red tape
  • Badly managed lay-ups will cost time and money, Allianz warns
  • Global Maritime Forum founder Jacobs steps back, as next generation given voice
  • Western Bulk staff exodus continues with head of Asian unit's shock exit
  • Dag Rasmussen hits jackpot in seismic survey business
  • Coronavirus share rout torpedoes KCC newbuild options - for now
  • Meldgaard confident Danish owners will ride out coronavirus crisis
  • AMA Capital Partners hires Nick Smith in European drive
  • London's Marine Challenge Cup becomes the latest victim of coronavirus
  • Hyundai Heavy wins $228m Sonangol suezmax tanker contract
  • Standard Club board takes control of management from Charles Taylor
  • Navig8 fuels takeover speculation as it adds to stake in Awilco LNG
  • Paddy Rodgers back in shipping after joining V.Group
  • EcoClipper team has wind in their sails, public opinion on their side
  • EcoClipper breathes new life into sail power in the age of social media
  • Meet the captain plotting a shipping revolution from his kitchen table
  • South Korea unveils massive shipbuilding stimulus package
  • Australians detain APL England over Solas breaches
  • Anglo-Eastern completes largest single crew change in India

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American Shipperweb site
MAY 29, 2020
  • Ports see 'longer battle' ahead before volumes turn corner
    Industry pushes lawmakers for roughly $2 billion in maritime-specific relief in next COVID package.
  • Commentary: What US business post-COVID can learn from shipping post-2008
    Lessons learned from shipowner woes in the wake of the global financial crisis.
  • FreightWaves Flashback 1982: Bringing home the boosters
    Ships designed, built, fitted out at Jacksonville are performing well for NASA in shuttle booster recovery program.
  • With eye on rebound, United looks for alternative to furloughs
    Mass layoffs can help a company survive the coronavirus recession for the time being, but the damage will hurt its long-term prospects, United CEO Scott...
  • ZIM's loss drops as EBITDA and cash flow jump
    Net loss whittled from $24.3 million last year to $11.9 million in Q1 2020
  • More air cargo finds its sea legs during COVID-19
    Escalating airfreight transportation rates and capacity shortages from China due to the global pandemic have encouraged some shippers to split supply chain shipments between ocean...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MAY 29, 2020
  • Tatneft launches 0.5%S marine fuel production
  • European 0.1% gasoil arbitrage to Asia, US hit by rising prices
  • China to launch 0.5% LSFO bunker fuel futures contract on June 22

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