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14 August 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 01:32 GMT+2




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Sched Netweb site
JULY 6, 2020
  • MSC charters 11 vessels at discounted rates
  • OOCL restores two transpacific sailings cancelled in June
  • Container shipping faces continuing low demand and capacity withdrawal
  • Fewer late vessels in May, but degree of delays increasing: Sea-Intelligence
  • HMM names world's largest box ship 'HMM Hamburg'
  • CMA CGM seeks investment opportunities in Africa
  • Indian government gives the nod for new 10m TEU port north of Mumbai
  • IATA: Air cargo picked up in May, demand still weak
  • Frankfurt-Hahn Airport reports 81pc airfreight increase in May
  • HK's appetite for scallops satisfied by charter services from Japan

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Exim Indiaweb site
JULY 5, 2020
  • Baltic main sea freight index rises again
  • Global trade might have slumped, but mega container vessels making presence felt on key trade lanes
  • Hapag-Lloyd intimates termination of India Gulf Service 2 (IG2)
  • India's farm exports dip
  • The Risky Exporter issue
  • DPT handles 250.49 lakh tonnes in Q1 2020-21
  • Draughts at Paradip Port temporarily enhanced
  • JN Port maintains 89 pc of export volume in June 2020 as compared to June 2019
  • Paradip Port tops as Major Ports handle less in Q1
  • Syama Prasad Mookerjee Port gears up to serve Indo-Bangla trade through new service
  • VPT's revised restrictions regarding berthing of vessels in Inner Harbour
  • Bangladesh stops cargo trucks at West Bengal border
  • Exports recovering fast as unlock process gains momentum & economic activity revives: Goyal
  • Extension of validity of AEO certification for ease of renewal process
  • Forex reserves rise & maintain level at over half a trillion dollars
  • SEZs want tax benefits extended for entire fiscal

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International Transport Journalweb site
JULY 6, 2020
  • Self-driving truck in terminal
  • Delta Cargo restructures management
  • Next generation CCS for Sète
  • New train connects Serbia and China
  • EMS Log opens new branch in Germany
  • Alyzia appointed new handling agent in Brussels
  • Transnet banks on experience
  • Gridlock on road network
  • Short-term logistics order for Arvato
  • On the coast of Algeria
  • First steps towards a structural recovery
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Fresh hands for Belgium and UK
  • DSV to build large logistics hub in Denmark
  • Some more masks for Utahns
  • Silk Road captured on film
  • Rotor sails cut emissions

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The Loadstarweb site
JULY 3, 2020
  • Air cargo market: 'the first steps towards a structural market recovery?'
  • Container freight rates still on the up - a peak season after all?
  • Mixed fortunes for Australian trade: air freight subsidies but ocean constraints
  • UIA suspends carrying animals on flights pending probe into puppy tragedy
  • Forwarders and 3PLs need to prepare for the rise of the 'Cyber 4PL'
  • Platts monthly container market commentary: 'balance in the force again'
  • EU bans two Pakistani airlines in wake of pilot licence scandal
  • Boeing pulls plug on the 747, ending the era of the jumbo jet
  • Rob Waterman the new CEO at Containerships, as Claude Lebel retires
  • Conf call redux: FedEx - 'We were right all along' (and don't mention 2021...)

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Marine Logweb site
JULY 3, 2020
  • Car carrier in Jacksonville blaze declared constructive total loss
    The car carrier Höegh Xiamen has been declared a constructive total loss following the fire that broke out onboard the vessel last month at Blount Island, Jacksonville, Fla. The vessel was on
  • Donjon gets $19.6 million dredging award
    Donjon Marine Co., Hillside, N.J., has been awarded a $19,697,607 modification to contract W912DS-19-C-0013 for dredging the Newark Bay main channel. Work will be performed in Newark, N.J.with an estimated completion date

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 3, 2020
  • Pacific Basin expects losses on hefty impairments
    The company expects a net loss of $212m to $227m in the first half of the year versus a profit...
  • Greek tankers abort Venezuela trade as US moves to seize cargoes
    The owner of four tankers alleged to be carrying Iranian gasoline for Venezuela has spoken of his dismay at how...
  • Calls to standardise shore power to start greening ports
    Regulators need to be ambitious setting targets and time is short if the industry is to meet climate goals
  • Digital technology should drop the science-fiction
    He believes the sci-fi videos of autonomous vessels took the discussion about digital technology in completely the wrong direction. The...
  • The week in charts: Floating storage sets record; seaborne trade turns negative
    Increased numbers of very large crude carriers anchored off China, Singapore and Malaysia have brought the total amount of crude...
  • UK quarantine easing is boost for ports and ferries
    'We normally carry 800,000 passengers between July and August. If we carry 350,000 this summer we will be delighted ......
  • Global fleet mostly following IMO fuel collection rules
    The IMO has received fuel consumption data for 2019 from over 26,000 ships, around 80% of the required vessels
  • PIL vessel targeted by pirates off Benin, five crew missing
    BIMCO says Nigeria holds the key to the piracy problem and urged it to step up patrols
  • Dry bulk 'not out of the woods yet'
    Speaking on an Arctic Securities webinar, Mr Bugbee said that he does not see the company stepping out to buy...
  • Antong owners get China stock market ban
    China Merchants has gained de facto control of Antong through an earlier bailout deal
  • MPC Container Ships seeking bigger cash shot to avert covenant breach
    The operator of 68 smaller boxships has admitted that it has been subject to liquidity pressure in the wake of...
  • CMA CGM launches decarbonisation coalition
    Group of 11 organisations to work on future fuels and options for transport and logistics
  • Cosco sets up maritime university
    It can contribute to China's existing educational system for maritime professionals, which is led by two public universities, Dalian Maritime...
  • Digitalisation vs human intelligence; it's a matter of trust
    Shipping is trying to understand why it has come later to the digital party. There are many reasons, including culture...
  • Understanding the collaboration conundrum
    Companies trying to apply digitalisation to all their processes discovered that the outcome was not what they had anticipated
  • The Lloyd's List Podcast: The new normal, according to Sadan Kaptanoglu
    Listen to the latest edition of Lloyd's List's weekly podcast - your free weekly briefing on the stories shaping shipping
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Greek tankers removed from US' Venezuela blacklist | XRTC warns of new wave of bad loans |...
  • US acts to seize cargoes on four Venezuela-bound Iranian tankers
    The four vessels have turned off their identification systems since May and their whereabouts are unknown, but it is unclear...
  • Port of Long Beach sets plan for recovery
    'We're noticing not just a slowdown in blank sailings, we're actually seeing a reversal. Shipping lines are basically introducing sailings...
  • Philippines grants freedom of movement for seafarers
    The measure comes into immediate effect and was created by the Philippines government to ensure that seafarers are accorded speedy...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 3, 2020
  • Third GRI in a month pushes Asia-US container rates higher
  • Asia air cargo exports show signs of recovery
  • JOC Uncharted: Digitalization will reduce LTL costs, improve service
  • Asia-Europe container spot rate rally extends into July
  • CMA CGM helps expand clean-fuel initiative in Europe

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TradeWindsweb site
JULY 3, 2020
  • Bulker markets finish higher after wobbly week
  • Capital idea: Smedvig shows how investing out of shipping and oil can pay off
  • Stolt-Nielsen can weather 40% revenue drop as it eyes new financing
  • Hapag-Lloyd teen apprentice still smiling after nine months on board
  • Ince adds former P&I man and master mariner Dalby as partner
  • Risky times set up dry FFA market for bumper year
  • Wirecard scandal sees seafarers' cash at risk, cruise lines escape
  • Joe Hughes reflects on 25 years at helm of American Club
  • SevenSeas opts to safeguard future ship value
  • Bahri and Petrobras rise through the ranks as tanker charterers
  • Pacific Basin Shipping warns of $198m in expected asset impairments
  • Stolt-Nielsen eyes tanker consolidation through buys or pools
  • Aon reveals how P&I mutuals rely on investments to balance books
  • Petredec beats price expectations in sale of 12-year-old LPG carrier
  • Tradewind Voyages casts off as UK's newest cruise operator
  • Tradewind Voyages boasts having 'ship of the moment'
  • Northern Sea Route to open early after record temperatures
  • German buyers emerge as new owners of smaller boxships
  • Interunity and NSC take over restructuring of boxship fleet
  • Master among five crew kidnapped from PIL ship off Benin
  • Evalend Shipping plays down talk of VLCC sale
  • Kleven Verft owner pressures lenders with bankruptcy threat
  • AM Nomikos bulker probed after fatal fishing boat collision
  • Eleven crew members test positive on MSC boxship in China
  • Singapore to tighten rules on commodities financing
  • Eastern Pacific scoops up 10-year-old capesize amid big bulker focus
  • MPCC wins backing for new $42m rescue plan from bondholders
  • Hyundai Glovis scores $432m shipping contract from Volkswagen
  • Norwegian shippers open tender for zero-emission bulker newbuildings
  • Asian players take lead as boxship demolition derby rumbles on
  • US moves to seize Iranian gasoline headed to Venezuela

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American Shipperweb site
JULY 3, 2020
  • FreightWaves Flashback 1955: Shipside to Chicago in three nights
    New and stronger ties between the Port of Jacksonville and the Midwest are being developed by truck lines bent on developing return traffic to Florida.
  • Pandemic prompts DHL to beef up expedited LCL services
    Excerpt: In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, transport and logistics giant DHL is enhancing its time-definite less-than-containerload sea freight delivery service.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 3, 2020
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