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14 August 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 02:00 GMT+2

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Exim Indiaweb site
JUNE 30, 2020
  • Baltic sea freight index seeing surge
  • Govts urged to act to bring seafarers home
  • Minister calls for action plan to increase Indian-flagged vessels & transform country into ship repair hub
  • OOCL's environmental focus highlighted in fuel efficiency award
  • Reinstatement of blank sailings on Asia-North America West Coast continues; grim IMF outlook for global economy
  • Suez Canal rebates
  • Updated edition of safety guide for oil tankers & terminals launched
  • DGFT notifies revision of export policy for PPEs to 'restricted' from prohibited category
  • Chennai Port achieves new record in handling steel parcel
  • Revised Scale of Rates at Visakhapatnam Port
  • Bahri operates cargo flights to transport medical equipment & supplies to Saudi Arabia
  • & IBS Software announce strategic partnership to facilitate digital transformation
  • Emirates offers additional cargo capacity on aircraft with modified Economy Class cabins
  • Govt extends deadline to bid for Air India by two months till Aug. 31
  • Portall & Return Trucks collaborate to provide trucking services on PCS 1x
  • G20 countries imposed 59 trade-restrictive measures affecting 2.8 pc of trade: WTO
  • New process of MSME registration takes off today
  • Countries respond to Covid-19 with investment reforms
  • India among three countries getting information on bank accounts from Switzerland

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International Transport Journalweb site
JULY 1, 2020
  • Freight line resumed in South Africa
  • D'Agostino confirmed at Port of Trieste's head
  • RAlpin: Perrin follows Rutishauser
  • Trucking CDM platform welcomes Malaysia Airlines
  • Q3/2020 in the doldrums, Sea Intelligence expects
  • Prologis builds on brownfield
  • Geodis launches "e-logistics"
  • New regional head EMEAI at Leschaco
  • Chinese air purification units flown to Saudi Arabia
  • Carbon-free railfreight in Germany and Austria
  • AEO for APM in Barcelona
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Mark Millar wins prestigious award
  • Stockholm: Bunkering LNG faster than ever
  • ESR acquires logistics properties in East China
  • Maiden voyage of HMM "Oslo" in UK
  • New EU regulations for Switzerland

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The Loadstarweb site
JUNE 30, 2020
  • Retail begins its long fight back, but the shift is away from bricks and mortar
  • Shrinking contract rates pushing ocean carriers towards the spot market
  • As rates fall and fuel costs rise, airlines without freighters are at a crossroads
  • UK mulls mandatory e-commerce delivery charge as road congestion increases
  • DFDS announces 650 redundances and divisional revamp in bid to cut costs
  • PSA and DP World in line for major port projects as Chittagong expands
  • China shipments stuck at India ports show casualties of standoff
  • M&A radar: Agility in creative EV deal, bets on third-party (non-logistics) M&A
  • Supply chain radar: The global logistics shift - beam me up (in 3D), Scotty?

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Marine Logweb site
JUNE 30, 2020
  • Full scale testing of ammonia as a marine four-stroke fuel set to start next year
    Wärtsilä reports that the world's first long term, full scale test of ammonia as fuel in a marine four-stroke engine is planned to start in the first quarter of next year. The
  • Fincantieri Bay completes new passenger/vehicle ferry
    Fincantieri Bay Shipbuilding, Sturgeon Bay, Wis., has completed a new year-round passenger/vehicle ferry for Wisconsin's Washington Island Ferry Line. The new ferry, named Madonna, measures 124 feet in length and 40 feet
  • Black and Graywater: An overlooked environmental issue
    Scienco/FAST, a manufacturer of marine sewage devices (MSD) based in St. Louis, Mo., has installed nearly 5,000 of its MSD units aboard towboats, tugs, offshore supply vessels, diving support vessels, pilot boats,
  • SHI partners with Bloom Energy to develop fuel cell powered ships
    Bloom Energy (NYSE: BE), a California company that got its start with a NASA program aiming to to convert Martian atmospheric gases to oxygen, could play key roll in the development of
  • Resolve response tug honored with AMVER award for fourth year
    Resolve Marine, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., reports that its U.S.-flag response tug Pioneer has received an AMVER Award for a fourth consecutive year. Resolve says the award represents an acknowledgment of its continued
  • Ingalls awarded contract to build DDG 135
    The Navy has exercised an FY2020 $936 million option under a contract with Huntington Ingalls Industries that will see the company's Ingalls Shipbuilding division build DDG 135, the future USS Thad Cochran.

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 30, 2020
  • Slowing fleet growth seen as positive for tankers
    Low orderbook and slowing fleet growth going through to 2021 means that the crude and product tanker market has grounds...
  • UK ports grappling with 'shambolic' Brexit black hole of information
    Brexit had fallen down the industry agenda as it grappled with the coronavirus pandemic, but following the publication of a...
  • Diana agrees loan extension with BNP Paribas
    Greek bulker owner continues financing push as well as disposals of relatively older tonnage
  • Ports welcome UK's 'new deal' on planning reform
    'We welcome the announcement of a review of the UK's planning frameworks,' says UKMPG chief executive Tim Morris
  • From the News Desk: Ro-ro sector facing double whammy
    Car carriers and ferry operators have been among the hardest hit segments of the maritime industry as a result of...
  • Marinakis' sanctions battle with Venezuelan shipping magnate revealed
    Caracas Capital Markets, a US-based investment firm that tracks Venezuela sanctions links, used vessel-tracking data and court documents filed in...
  • Long-term ocean freight rates decline on poor economic outlook
    Contract prices fell 1.8% in June following a 1.2% decline in May, and are now 1.3% below their levels last...
  • Wärtsilä to test ammonia engine with funding from Norway
    The Finnish company will spearhead a joint effort to pave the way for ammonia engines to be used in real...
  • China Merchants brings in state-owned investor for Hambantota port
    CMPort says the deal will help it optimise assets and corporate governance structure while at the same time maintaining its...
  • German owners press for EU support for shipping
    Europe's shipping industry calls for support against competition from subsidised foreign companies
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Indian ports hold Chinese shipments amid rising tensions | DFDS cuts 650 jobs to adapt to new...
  • Brit transfers US cargo renewal rights
    Falvey Cargo Underwriters will take over the renewal rights on cargo insurance business from Brit Global Specialty USA
  • Banking chief says Japanese lenders must restructure
    Tokyo Century Corp's Jigo Hiyashi believes there are far too many Japanese regional banks. He thinks they should focus on...
  • Intra-Asia feeders adapt to supply chain changes
    Nimble feeder lines such as RCL and Wan Hai are reacting to shifting patterns in supply chains by revamping services...
  • Wallenius Wilhelmsen waives covenant and defers loan
    Wallenius Wilhelmsen waived the covenant on a revolving loan for a unit, which it risked breaching after closing sites because...
  • Tianjin tops China's LNG import ports
    Tianjin's LNG imports expanded by a quarter in the first five months over the levels seen in the past year

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 30, 2020
  • Longshore workers set to strike at two Montreal marine terminals
  • LA-LB gate fees to rise 4.2 percent Aug. 1
  • Trans-Pacific carriers push third GRI in a month
  • Port of Virginia NIT expansion nearing completion

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TradeWindsweb site
JUNE 30, 2020
  • Fearnleys brings out $53m placement for Mowinckels
  • Slump in values 'likely' to boost S&P activity for product tankers, says Bimco
  • Diana Shipping offloads another panamax bulk carrier
  • New investor swoops in for big Navigator Holdings position
  • Season over for Celestyal Cruises, which puts off sailings until 2021
  • Sino-Global charters bulker duo after landing Chinese contract
  • Piraeus Bank to take $86m claim against Michael Zolotas to trial
  • Havila Shipping clinches $420m financing after red-tape delay
  • North P&I completes Sunderland Marine takeover after six years
  • How a blogger's new shipping love helped a penny stock trade 629m shares
  • Charity says suicide now leading cause of crew deaths
  • Cosco's tanker arm confirms LNG carrier trio at Hudong-Zhonghua
  • Petrobras linked to charter of DHT Holdings VLCC
  • Cruiseship builder MV Werften handed financial lifeline
  • SeaBird scraps another veteran survey ship as bonds bought back
  • Wartsila teams with Knutsen OAS for first ammonia engine test
  • Tamai Steamship renegotiates loans amid dry bulk crash
  • TMS Cardiff Gas LNG newbuilding and car carrier collide off Belgium
  • Navios group sheds older panamaxes in busy S&P week
  • Norway makes bid to boost registers with bareboat fleets
  • SeaBird scraps another veteran survey ship as bonds bought back
  • Wartsila teams with Knutsen OAS for first ammonia engine test
  • Tamai Steamship renegotiates loans amid dry bulk crash
  • TMS Cardiff Gas LNG newbuilding and car carrier collide off Belgium
  • Navios group sheds older panamaxes in busy S&P week
  • Norway makes bid to boost registers with bareboat fleets
  • GEV pushes back potential $1.2bn compressed gas carrier order again
  • Cyprus gets new shipping minister as Pilides promoted in cabinet reshuffle
  • Psara Energy alleges Geden plot to hide assets to dodge $18m claim
  • KKR ready to pump cash into Borealis as bondholders move goalposts
  • Singapore bulker player Triomphe expands Australian footprint
  • STX Offshore looks to cut jobs via voluntary redundancies
  • Yinson VLCC trio books $2.3m profit during hot tanker months

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American Shipperweb site
JUNE 30, 2020
  • DHL flight puts fuel-saving steps to the test
    German express carrier considers aircraft fuel, cleanliness and flight path for July 1 "perfect flight."
  • Container shipping laden with 'antiquated processes'
    A language barrier of sorts may be blocking shipping lines and ports from adopting common technology platforms.
  • Delta temporarily shuts down cargo facility at O'Hare airport
    O'Hare Airport in Chicago is facing cargo congestion and now Delta Air Lines is not accepting any more cargo at its facility until further notice.
  • Amazon building first robotics fulfillment center in Australia
    Robots make work easier at Amazon fulfillment centers. Now, the robots are coming to Australia.
  • Need for speed drives ships toward Pacific ports
    E-commerce and coronavirus fallout are buoying container services from Asia to the West Coast.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JUNE 30, 2020
  • Russia sees oil exports falling 14% in July to around 3.2 million b/d
  • Wartsila announces first full-scale test for ammonia as bunker fuel
  • First BPC LSFO term import tender signals domestic shift toward cleaner fuel oil
  • External: Global Risk Management
  • Malaysia's Straits Inter Logistics boosts TMD's bunkering prospects
    The provision of financial assistance will aid the ordinary course of TMD's business operations.
  • HSFO East/West spread widens on stronger Asian demand: sources
    "In general most of the HSFO isn't staying locally, there is less overall coming out and most of it gets sent to USGC," a source said.

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