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14 August 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 01:30 GMT+2




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Sched Netweb site
JULY 3, 2020
  • SIPG and THE Alliance test fast-track box processing at Yangshan port
  • LA-LB terminal operators to put up gate fees by 4.2pc from August 1
  • Threat of US-Europe trade war sparks off more transatlantic blankings
  • Survey on Covid-19 impact on maritime workforce
  • Melbourne welcomes largest capacity box ship to call at the port
  • Indonesia industrial park to spearhead bid to lure China supply chains
  • Schiphol needs more comprehensive look at slots for freighters
  • John Menzies warns of redundancies as cargo volumes plunge
  • Cargolux and Unilode boost partnership using Bluetooth readers

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Exim Indiaweb site
JULY 2, 2020
  • UK freight association ties up with maritime consultancy to enable its members to benchmark ocean freight rates
  • Exporters ask govt to exempt manufacturers' consignments imported from China from 100 pc inspection
  • Some relief provided to shipments coming from China
  • APM Terminals introduces APIs to enhance digitisation in logistics
  • First containerised movement from Haldia to Pangaon in Bangladesh through inland waterways commences from HICT
  • DIAL Cargo introduces e-Gate Pass in collaboration with DCBA A first in India
  • Extension of validity of Recognition of Pre-shipment Inspection Agencies (PSIAs)
  • Allcargo Logistics extends crucial relief support to migrant labourers during lockdown

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International Transport Journalweb site
JULY 3, 2020
  • Kornwestheim added to rail network
  • Gothenburg terminal soon operational
  • Transpetrol renamed VTG Rail Logistics Polska
  • Robotics fulfilment centre in Sydney
  • Head of logistics for Swiss Post
  • 30 years in Singapore
  • More men for Cape Town
  • Texas terminal connected to US class I rails
  • More and more CNG and LNG trucks in Europe
  • P&O Ferrymasters and Scan Global Logistics join forces
  • Change in Cargologic's executive board
  • Relief flight from Switzerland to Venezuela
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Walden finalises acquisition of Movianto
  • Hong Kong Airport appoints executive director
  • New cranes at Regensburg
  • Drugs before Independence Day

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The Loadstarweb site
JULY 2, 2020
  • Ripples from global pandemic helped reefer sector make a comeback
  • Philippines opens the way home for stranded seafarers, but needs global help
  • Logistics jobs being axed in their thousands - but there will be opportunities
  • MSC quick off the mark in 11-vessel raid on depressed charter market
  • Final-mile postal tariffs set to rise, but by how much is still in the air
  • P&O Ferrymasters and Scan Global Logistics launch Benelux-Scandinavia haulage
  • Liam McElroy to replace Jason Holt at the helm of Swissport, western Europe
  • Steven Polmans to quit as Brussels Airport head of cargo and logistics
  • On the wires: As FedEx flies, keep your feet on the ground with UPS

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Marine Logweb site
JULY 2, 2020
  • U.S. seeks seizure of Venezuela-bound Iranian gasoline from four Greek-managed tankers
    The U.S. Department of Justice has filed a forfeiture warrant and complaint seeking the seizure of all Iranian petroleum products aboard four Greek-managed, Liberian-flagged tankers currently headed for Venezuela. The ships are
  • Russian shipyard is another step nearer to building ARC7 LNG carriers
    Russian plans to build ARC7 class LNG carriers domestically are moving forward. Paris-headquartered LNG containment system specialist GTT has signed a Technical Assistance and License Agreement (TALA) with the Russian shipyard Zvezda
  • Drew Marine to acquire CHEMO Hellas, S.A.
    Naugatuck, Conn., headquartered Drew International, parent company of Drew Marine, has reached an agreement to acquire all outstanding, ordinary, registered shares of CHEMO Hellas, SA, a niche marine chemical provider headquartered in
  • Nautical Institute elects new President
    At its 2020 Annual Meeting, held today, the Nautical Institute elected Jillian Carson-Jackson as its new President, succeeding Captain Nick Nash. Jillian Carson-Jackson, FNI, FRIN commenced her career in the Canadian Coast
  • Self-quarantine crucial for Singapore crew changes
    GAC Singapore reports that after a signing-on crew member was found positive for COVID-19 on arrival in Singapore, the Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) had to muster significant resources to trace travelers
  • USCG fines vessel that failed to provide Notice of Arrival
    Coast Guard Sector Juneau, Alaska, say that a foreign-flag vessel has been fined for failing to submit a Notice of Arrival in accordance with ports and waterways safety regulations. The Coast Guard
  • Pirates abduct nine from BW Offshore FPSO
    BW Offshore reports that, at approximately 4:20 am local time today, FPSO Sendje Berge was subject to an attack by pirates offshore Nigeria in which nine Nigerian nationals were kidnapped. It said

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 2, 2020
  • Dry bulk FFA trading set for record on 'crazy' year for volatility
    Market is expecting a 'big' correction to come, dry bulk FFA brokers say on webinar
  • Greek tankers removed from Venezuela blacklist
    Four companies benefit - Thenamaris, NGM Energy, Chemnav and Eurotanker
  • Vessel attacked with explosives, nine kidnapped
    Security consultancy Dryad Global said the manner and target of the attack were unusual for the region and anti-government militants...
  • Irish Sea trade will need customs declaration after Brexit
    Stipulations will apply whether or not a trade deal has been reached with the European Union by that point, slides...
  • Floating storage rises to near record
    Over-tonnaged VLCC market saw earnings drop steeply in June
  • 'New wave of bad loans on the way' - ship finance survey
    Financiers rate lower freight rates as the top concern, followed by supply chain disruption, with general travel restrictions and crew...
  • UK Ship Register tops Paris MoU performance white list
    'It's a great moment to see our name at the top of the list and we will continue to strive...
  • Stolt-Nielsen prepares for tougher times ahead
    The company increased contract coverage at better rates to protect its revenue base
  • Seatrade secures retrial in vessel scrapping case
    The Hague Court of Appeal has annulled the 2018 convictions issued by Dutch authorities
  • Shipping lagging on energy technology innovation, says IEA
    The IEA findings underscore a series of recent reports indicating shipping is nowhere near reducing its reliance on fossil fuels
  • Economic outlook: Seaborne trade facing pandemic hit
    The coronavirus response will mark 2020 out as a year when the global economy went into reverse. This will have...
  • UK maritime agency extends cadet training funding
    Cadets will be able to gain their Certificate of Competency within the 150-week SMarT funding period, while developing their knowledge...
  • Successful collaboration needs focused leadership
    Shipping has come up against a series of issues of global significance that can only be addressed through working together
  • Globalisation to be reshaped by coronavirus
    Multinationals will diversify their sources from a single country to more than one location in a bid to manage risk...
  • Ghost of overcapacity haunts container shipping
    Growth in volumes failed to keep up with supply even before the pandemic
  • China renews policy to cut port fees
    Latest data from China Ports and Harbours Association has shown signs of a pickup in port throughput last month
  • Many hands make light work in the push to digitalisation
    Shipping's slow trek towards digitalisation has been given a wake-up call by the pandemic; but to make the most of...
  • Seafarers are key workers - they should be treated as such
    Understanding the future of seafaring, especially the role of the officer within the shipping company, will mean asking who makes...
  • VLGC supply-demand pressure seen continuing
    Poten expects to see significant increase in global seaborne supply of LPG with total exports at slightly above 111m tonnes...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Class withdrawn from sanctioned ships linked to Venezuela | J. Lauritzen chief steps down as business units...
  • Shipping social partners pledge co-operation on crew change crisis
    'In 40 years in the industry, I've never seen all stakeholders come together and this is unprecedented. This event will...
  • Cosco firms up orders of LNG tanker trio
    The ordering plan was first unveiled in April when the project was said to be linked with US LNG exports

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 2, 2020
  • US lifeline to YRC Worldwide calms LTL market
  • US trucking regains 44 percent of jobs lost to pandemic
  • APMT rolls out API container availability alerts
  • JOC Uncharted: More consolidation likely in MPV/HL sector, says BBC's Ulrichs
  • Montreal longshore workers, employers agree to talks as strike begins
  • Transplace offers benchmarking for non-TMS customers

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TradeWindsweb site
JULY 2, 2020
  • Greek-managed tanker carries Venezuelan oil to Sicily refinery
  • Safe Bulkers puts $200m on the shelf
  • Kiel Canal suspends fees amid low bunker prices
  • AIDA Cruises suspends fleet lay-up through August
  • US drops four Greek-linked tankers from blacklist
  • Rebel investors take aim at MPC Container Ships rescue
  • Why consolidation doesn't interest Robert Bugbee in a recovering dry bulk sector
  • Flex LNG expects September US LNG cargo cancellations to slow
  • Global Cruise Lines crews going home after being stuck on ships detained in UK
  • Covid-19 trade shock 'worst for 35 years' but bottom may be passing, says Clarksons
  • Rebel investors take aim at MPC Container Ships rescue
  • Why consolidation doesn't interest Robert Bugbee in a recovering dry bulk sector
  • Flex LNG expects September US LNG cargo cancellations to slow
  • Global Cruise Lines crews going home after being stuck on ships detained in UK
  • Covid-19 trade shock 'worst for 35 years' but bottom may be passing, says Clarksons
  • BW LPG sells 30-year-old VLGC to Asian buyer
  • European ports must gear up 'reinvention' for energy transition role shift, says DNV GL
  • Cido Shipping exits VLOC segment with sale of duo
  • Borealis clears runway to $200m bond maturity in 2023
  • Floating storage in West Africa faces security risks
  • BW FPSO targeted with explosives in 'unique' Nigerian attack
  • Weak demand, rising supply and global warming see aframax rates under attack on all fronts
  • More pain for dry bulk as Japan plans to shut 100 power plants
  • Solvang helps Steensland Group achieve second-best annual profit
  • HFW and KPMG team up to offer legal help for owners hit by lockdowns
  • Polaris sells VLOC quintet to H-Line in liquidity move
  • Second quarter VLCC rates hit highest level for 12 years
  • Judge's impartiality questioned as Seatrade wins scrap case retrial
  • Stolt-Nielsen takes more period cover as third quarter 'challenges' loom
  • One worker dead, 41 test positive after outbreak at Damen yard
  • Mermaid Maritime moves into installation and decommissioning work
  • Abu Sayyaf poised to strike shipping in Sulu and Celebes Seas
  • Ship stuck for 14 weeks with dead seafarer on board

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American Shipperweb site
JULY 2, 2020
  • US green-lights Bermuda VIP airline for cargo operations
    A Bermuda-based airline sees a business opportunity with the COVID pandemic and is jumping into the cargo market.
  • Coronavirus-related declines spur Port of Oakland budget decrease
    Total cargo volume is down 7.8% this year because of reduced import demand.
  • Project cargoes keep AAL's ships calling US Gulf ports
    AAL Shipping, an operator of "mega-size" project cargo ships, expects rebound for smaller U.S. import and export project cargoes in 2021, if COVID-19 pandemic subsides...
  • El Al crisis worsens, Aeromexico opts for bankruptcy
    Airlines are sweating the coronavirus pandemic despite the recent upturn in travel. El Al says it might fail and Aeromexico went the bankruptcy route.
  • COVID ushers in direct cargo flights from Vietnam
    Cargo flights from Vietnam to the U.S. were rare until COVID and the need for speed for supplies to quell the outbreak. It's a long...
  • Harbor Trucking: PierPass fee hikes drive away business
    HTA CEO Weston LaBar says West Coast container ports have suffered a 19.4% loss in market share since 2006.
  • Crew crisis is triggering ship detentions and diversions
    Global trade fallout from the crew-repatriation crisis has begun - and looks poised to snowball.
  • MSC launches instant quoting tool
    Carrier recognizes 'the importance of digitalization across the shipping industry.'

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 2, 2020
  • Bunker Holding Group to pursue sustainable growth amid tough markets
    Company maintains 'strong creditworthiness' amid tough markets as it transitions to IMO 2020
  • FUJAIRAH DATA: Refined product stocks drop most since April to seven-week low
    "Economies are picking up so the consumption is there," said Malek Azizeh, commercial director of Fujairah Oil Terminal.
  • Fujairah Oil Terminal eyes more investment in port storage, infrastructure
    "We've been operating now at Fujairah for six years and we see the growth potential," Azizeh said.
  • MARINE FUEL 0.5%S: Global VLSFO market struggles to cope with excess of supply, poor demand
    In Singapore, June demand- as measured by low sulfur bunker sales- is expected to be slightly lower than May's sales.
  • INTERVIEW: Momentum in LNG shipping will build post-pandemic, says industry head
    The emphasis on environmental stewardship and reduction of GHG will certainly continue, Keller said.




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