|JUNE 8, 2020|
- S Korean liner alliance in dispute with Busan Port Authority over extra costs
- Indian scrap yards brace for new wave of ship demolitions
- Danaos CEO says firm is 'well insulated' from the charter market crash
- Abu Dhabi Ports links up with Bengal Tiger Line to launch Safeen Feeders
- Tianjin Port's FICT strikes operational high with Navis N4
- TS Lines takes delivery of 1,096 TEU TS SHENZHEN
- Travel restrictions lead to spike in air cargo drug seizures in Hong Kong
- Steep dip in April air cargo demand: IATA
- Amazon expands air cargo fleet leasing 12 Boeing aircraft
|JUNE 7, 2020|
- Merchant fleet officer shortage seen widening & inflating manning costs
- MoU inked to accelerate digitalisation in maritime industry
- DGTR recommends extension of anti-dumping duty on certain steel items from China, Korea, Malaysia
- Edible oil imports show significant decline in May
- Call to action for ports to increasingly go digital
- Gate movement stopped at NSIGT
- HAROPA & SOGET launch 'My KPIs', an innovative digital tool
- Import-laden containers moved from JN Port Terminals to Container Freight Stations (CFSs) and cleared by importers from March 23 to June 5, 2020
- JNPT converts multi-skill training centre into Covid Care Centre to serve local community
- Major Ports see 22.16 pc decline in cargo handling during April & May 2020-21
- New tariff for HPCL-MITTAL SPM, Mundra
- Volume matrix of import-laden containers shifted from Mundra Port Terminals to CFSs, and import delivery from CFSs during March 23 to June 5, 2020
- BOXCO efficiently moves project cargo for HMEL Bhatinda refinery project during lockdown
- Exclusion of export turnover & enhancement of turnover limit for MSMEs welcomed
- Much reduced GST collection in April
- Horticulture harvest to be record high this year, says Agriculture Ministry
|JUNE 8, 2020|
- Doubling up in Dammam
- Two traditions merging in Basel
- Take-overs expand network to 21,000 km
- Linking the Emirates, the Gulf and India
- Astre forges ahead on Iberian Peninsula
- Hyperloop project Zeleros raises EUR 7 million
- Australia's Port of Newcastle bolsters executive team
- Criminals can't wait for restart of professional sport
- HL grants Schlotfeldt more time
- Is Murmansk cut off?
- Transport market for fashion industry bounces back
- New facility for automotive logistics
- Paycargo signs with another supply chain partner
- More money for trade corridor in Texas
- DFDS partners with Global & Local Enterprises
- New head for Fedex Express Europe and TNT
- "Curiosity of the Day"
- Mriya flies millions of masks from China to Canada
- Sale of Sheppard to Bendix concluded
|JUNE 5, 2020|
- Carriers keeping capacity tight keeps the reins on east-west rates
- New wave of transatlantic blankings - and alliances start to lose market share
- Shippers shocked by sudden FedEx and UPS hike in domestic US parcel rates
- Rail services between China and Europe building a new head of steam
- In air cargo, everyone is angry with everyone else: time to take a step back
- Inside the early warning system of global trade, according to Alan Murphy
- On the wires: Existential threats - supply chain near-shoring & geopolitical risk
|JUNE 5, 2020|
- VIDEO: Ingalls Shipbuilding reopens east bank facility
Huntington Ingalls Industries' (NYSE: HII) Ingalls Shipbuilding division moved destroyer Delbert D. Black (DDG 119) to Pier Four on the east bank of the Pascagoula River today, signifying the reopening of a
- PODCAST: BAE Systems' Joe Hudspeth looks at hybrid solution trends and options
In Marine Log's latest Listen Up! podcast, we interview Joseph Hudspeth, Director of Business Development-Global Marine at BAE Systems, to learn more about hybrid solutions for vessels and the current trends the
- Wärtsilä Data-Driven DMP solution optimizes engine maintenance
Wärtsilä's new Data-Driven DMP solution utilizes digitalization and the company's extensive capabilities in analytics to enhance the existing Wärtsilä Dynamic Maintenance Planning solution, adding further customer benefits and value not possible with
- VIDEO: New Fred Olsen Express trimaran reaches 42 knots on sea trials
The first of two Austal Auto Express 118 meter trimarans under construction for Fred. Olsen Express of the Canary Islands has completed a rigorous program of sea trials in Western Australia. After
- SEACOR buys out COSCO to take full control of eight ultra-modern PSVs
Houston-headquartered SEACOR Marine Holdings Inc. (NYSE: SMHI) reports that it has entered into a definitive sale and purchase agreement to acquire the remaining 50% of the equity interests in SEACOSCO Offshore LLC,
- VIDEO: Jacksonville firefighters injured battling car carrier blaze
Eight Jacksonville, Fla., firefighters were injured last night when an explosion occurred as they were battling a fire on board the Höegh Autoliners car carrier H'egh Xiamen at the Port of Jacksoville's
|JUNE 5, 2020|
- Why shipping must embrace the green recovery
As governments race to pump out 'green' stimulus packages to tackle the economic slump, while accelerating plans to slash emissions...
- Panama-flagged LPG carriers investigated for Iran shipments
The eight vessels have been tracked shipping liquefied petroleum gas to China and India during the past year. Five under...
- CMA CGM forecasts improved post-crisis conditions
Cost cutting and capacity management help CMA CGM to a net profit in first quarter of the year, despite a...
- Wood targets 40% cut in carbon emissions by 2030
Company targets its scope 1 and scope 2 greenhouse gas emissions, based on 2019 levels
- The week in charts: AIS transmission gaps; containership building outlook
Vessel-tracking analysis from Lloyd's List Intelligence shows the four tankers placed under sanctions by the US all had gaps in...
- Maritime universities' survey reveals long-term impact of coronavirus
IAMU member universities believe teaching restrictions imposed to counter the coronavirus pandemic will have far-reaching implications. The shipping industry could...
- Investing in maritime safety pays dividends, says RightShip chief
RightShip's chief executive leads the launch of Safety Score, with supporting digital platform, offering scope for ship operators to push...
- The Lloyd's List Podcast: Reasons to be cheerful
DNV GL's chief executive of maritime Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen believes that we are headed into a maritime renaissance. Things that we've...
- Seafarers face uncertain future amid crew-change crisis
Green shoots are emerging, with some countries allowing crew changes and others easing restrictions. However, with more than 150,000 seafarers...
- Small tech start-ups unite to join Asian logistics network
Start-ups Qwyk and SimpliShip are collaborating to offer a platform that will include schedules, rate management, branded customer portals, visibility, spot...
- Daily Briefing
Free to read: Germany targets green shipping in coronavirus stimulus package | World trade recovery unlikely to be smooth or...
- Singapore pushes forward with 2020 maritime tech accelerator programmes
In this year's programmes, special attention is being paid to solutions that can help deal with the coronavirus outbreak
- Port of Houston targets ship channel expansion
The port has been working with the US Army Corps of Engineers on a plan that includes easing bends, widening...
- Australia's LNG exports remain strong during pandemic
Australia will benefit from US LNG cargo cancellations as prices for the fuel plunged
- EU sets September deadline for South Korean yards merger ruling
The move follows a suspension of the case at the end of March because of coronavirus-led disruption
|JUNE 5, 2020|
- CMA CGM projects double-digit volume decline in H1
- US trucking employment sees slight rebound in May
- European rail freight aims to sustain reliability gains
- JOC Uncharted: ONE's Nixon sees signs of June recovery
- Indian shippers seek legal relief from pandemic-driven port storage fees
|JUNE 5, 2020|
- Shipping stocks ride to third winning week, but tanker streak halted
- Diamond S still getting a thumbs-up from B Riley FBR
- Hoegh car-carrier fire still 'an active incident', responders say
- Judge rules against US Navy sailors in NYK Line lawsuit
- Bulker freight rates tick up as markets finally find their feet
- Saade strikes optimistic tone as under pressure CMA CGM returns to the black
- Dynagas LNG Partners sees a "challenging" LNG spot market
- AIDA suspends cruises with calls to US and Canada until 2021
- Zodiac sells first capesize for scrap in two years, amid bulker demo surge
- Seafarer dies, two missing, as Iranian cargoship sinks in Gulf
- Horizon Maritime teams with First Nation tribe in expansion drive
- Chevron charters US-sanctioned VLCC from Thenamaris
- Virus restrictions 'immensely frustrating' for gold hunter BGL
- Inui Global Logistics turns the table on activist shareholder
- Berlin throws German maritime sector a $1.12bn crisis lifeline
- Greener OSV sector set to be worth $21bn by 2027
- US sanctions guidance a 'game changer' for marine insurance
- Search on for Indonesian vessel that vanished in Bali Sea
- US sanctions 'warning shot' scares high-profile Greeks away from Venezuela, others remain
- Seacor buys out Cosco to take control of newbuild PSV fleet
|JUNE 5, 2020|
- Jacksonville firefighters injured battling car carrier blaze
Höegh Xiamen still smoldering as authorities investigate cause of Florida explosion
- Airlines restore some service, but finances remain grim
Airlines are looking at a multiyear road to parity with 2019, but bookings have given them confidence to start opening up networks closed by the...
- Tanker stocks eke out more gains as storm clouds gather
Banner day on Wall Street buoys tanker names as pressure builds.
- FreightWaves Flashback 1979: Containerized shipping presents challenges for coffee importers
Coffee importers experiment with putting bagged coffee in containers.
- US-Mexico truck crossings decline 22% at Port Laredo in April
Mexico's exports to the United States totaled $23.4 billion in April, a 41% decline compared to April 2019.
- Analysis: Amazon Air and ATSG grow together
Amazon Air has gone from start-up to mid-size cargo airline in four years. By mid-decade, it is expected to be in air cargo's major leagues.
- GECAS readies 777-300 freighter conversion program
For aircraft lessor GECAS, the "Big Twin" doesn't refer to a large person. It's a big twin-engine passenger plane that's being turned into a cargo...
- Protecting reefer containers from premature wear
A recent study by the Institute of International Container Lessors found that traditional hot zinc sprays for refrigerated container steel frames keep them in top...
|JUNE 5, 2020|
- ScanOcean performs first ever bunker operation at new Stockholm Norvik port
Stockholm area accounts for 50% of Swedish consumption.
- Shenzhen Gas to construct LNG bunker hub in Southeast China
Project will use bunkering vessels with capacity of 8,000-10,000 cu m to provide LNG.
- Northwest European HSFO crack up on storage, US feedstock demand
Post-IMO-2020 sees HSFO continue to show resiliency in finding new outlets for consumption.
- Oil settles sharply higher on improved demand outlooks following US jobs report
Continued decline in US drilling activity further added to upward price momentum.