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26 September 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 22:47 GMT+2




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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 9, 2020
  • Man injured when 4,045-TEU Laura Maersk engine room explodes
  • 67-year old sailor's life saved after box ship rescue off Aleutian Islands
  • Asia-Europe rates up 2pc to US$880/TEU, USWC up 1.7pc to $2,132/FEU
  • Abu Dhabi starts Safeen Feeders to ensure food and medicine delivery
  • Port of Salalah sees first quarter liftings up 28pc to 1.17 million TEU
  • China to take 'necessary measures' on US blacklist without saying what
  • International May air cargo volumes rise, but slip in second fortnight
  • US airline lobby objects to China's CAAC once-a-week flight limit
  • China eases foreign flight curbs after US order targeting Chinese carriers

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Exim Indiaweb site
JUNE 8, 2020
  • Antwerp Port Authority in agreement to extend payment period for concessions
  • CMA CGM Group shows solid operating performance & resilient business activity in Q1 2020
  • Port of Rotterdam Authority holds RFT for transport service along Container Exchange Route
  • THE Alliance announces Covid-19 response measures for July, August & September 2020
  • Steel industry should focus on exports by increasing capacity, says Nitin Gadkari
  • Dhamra Port's revised berthing policy & tariff structure
  • Import-laden containers moved from JN Port Terminals to Container Freight Stations (CFSs) and cleared by importers from March 23 to June 7, 2020
  • Volume matrix of import-laden containers shifted from Mundra Port Terminals to CFSs and import delivery from CFSs during March 23 to June 7, 2020
  • CONCOR shuts some terminals & starts merging regions
  • Rail freight down
  • Agriculture growth could be a bright spot, says CRISIL
  • Forex reserves surge to fresh all-time high
  • Report examines impact of Covid-19 pandemic on MSMEs
  • Uday Kotak is new CII President

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 9, 2020
  • South Korea - St. Petersburg bimodal in 16 days
  • CMA CGM's sound start of the year
  • Rhenus opens new warehouse in India
  • Suitable vehicles wanted for container service
  • Cargo-partner arranges "regular" charters
  • Brussels Airport's expands its cargo team
  • More containers in Vienna
  • Bermuda scales precisely
  • Carbon-free in central London
  • DSV Solutions expands logistics hub
  • Europa Contact Centre appoints head of sales
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Cyber risks - on land and at sea
  • Logifarma joins Bomi Group
  • DVF welcomes Konux
  • European support for Estonian railway upgrade
  • BA reconfigures interiors of two B777-200

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The Loadstarweb site
JUNE 8, 2020
  • Assets sale boosts CMA CGM in Q1: 'market conditions are poor but profits are up'
  • 3,000 jobs may go as Fraport is hit by 'worst crisis in the history of aviation'
  • More blanked voyages a summer certainty on major east-west trades
  • Businesses exaggerating concerns about post-Brexit Customs, claims Gove
  • A window of opportunity for regional cargo airlines - but it won't last long
  • Alert to freight: people-smugglers will take advantage of lockdown easing
  • One supply chain technology platform to handle it all
  • Market talk: anger and sadness as Panalpina sign falls at Basel HQ
  • Sam Addeo appointed new chief technology officer at BluJay Solutions
  • Christopher Beplat to replace Thomas Meyer as Eurogate Intermodal joint MD
  • Analysis: Ceva Logistics - The money pit in need of a break-up
  • On the wires: CMA CGM - The devil is in the (not-so hidden) detail

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Marine Logweb site
JUNE 8, 2020
  • Latest ABS advisory details NOx Tier III best practices
    The just-published ABS Advisory on NOx Tier III Compliance provides best practice for IMO Tier III compliance for both newbuild vessels and retrofitted ships. The advisory includes an overview of available technologies,
  • Fednav restructures marine division
    Canada's largest ocean-going bulk shipping company, privately-owned Fednav Limited, is reorganizing its shipping businesses under one management entity. It says the aim is to better align the commercial and technical units toward
  • C&C Marine and Repair delivers cutter suction dredge to Callan Marine
    Belle Chasse, La., based C&C Marine and Repair has released some more details on its recent delivery of the new 24,000 horsepower (18,000 kW) cutter suction dredge General MacArthur to Callan Marine
  • KNOT shuttles will feature Wärtsilä VOC recovery and LNG fuel technology
    Wärtsilä is to provide its Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) Recovery System, together with an LNG Fuel Gas Supply System, for two new 124,000 DWT shuttle tankers. The ships have been ordered by
  • Genco bulker completes first full crew change under Singapore COVID-19 protocols
    New York City headquartered dry bulk specialist Genco Shipping & Trading Limited (NYSE:GNK) reports that its 180,032 dwt Genco Liberty has completed the first full crew change to be carried out under

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 8, 2020
  • UN Oceans envoy urges shipping to embrace 'sustainable blue recovery'
    The health of the oceans is an existential matter for humanity that requires shipping to move ahead of regulation and...
  • Industry backs moves for better dry bulk safety standards
    The draft comes as figures show more than 170 seafarers perished on board ships in the past decade. RightShip's standard...
  • Slow adoption of crew change protocols is a ticking time bomb
    About 50 countries have signed up to the 12-point protocols issued by the International Chamber of Shipping and International Transport...
  • West Africa now global hub for clean floating storage
    Volumes in storage off West Africa have surpassed those seen off Southwold on the UK's east coast, which until now...
  • Falling consumption hits UK port volumes in first quarter
    Ro-ro volumes fell 12.4% year on year, while UK-mainland Europe ferry passenger volumes were down 25.8%
  • Steve Parks, maritime agency professional and founder of Wake Media, dies at 45
    Popular media man became group sales manager at Marine Propulsion magazine in 2003, and joined Riviera Maritime Media in 2007...
  • Pandemic has regional impact on port call numbers
    While the worst may be over in Europe, port calls in the Americas remain well below normal levels, a survey...
  • Time for the energy manager
    As we look to the next decade, the fuel manager now has to make complicated, geographically nuanced recommendations to senior...
  • Will the coronavirus pandemic end globalisation?
    Failure to repair the current liberal trade system may have more severe economic consequences in the long term than those...
  • Temasek-backed lifeline proposed for Sembmarine
    Temasek is set to emerge as a direct shareholder in Sembmarine, with parent group Semb Industries exiting from the yard...
  • Container lines increase third-quarter blankings
    Blanked capacity rises to almost 4m teu as carriers react to reduced demand
  • Does China's security law threaten Hong Kong's shipping charm?
    Hong Kong is said to have become 'a point of contention' in the escalating clash between the world's two largest...
  • DSME secures $748m Russian Arctic LNG transhipment order
    The facilities would help transport Arctic LNG to markets in Europe and Asia much more quickly and lower the operating...
  • Singapore leads the way with first full crew change
    A full crew change involving 37 seafarers in total was made possible through procedures facilitated by Wilhelmsen Ships Agency for the...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Panama-flagged LPG carriers investigated for Iran shipments | Why shipping must embrace the green recovery | The...
  • Keppel O&M defers deliveries on five Borr Drilling jack-ups
    The deal has been agreed as part of a wider restructuring plan that the offshore company has secured with its...
  • Bleak capesize market hit by Vale mine closures
    Closure of the three mines operated by Vale at Itabira is likely to put more than 10% of its iron...
  • India's Petronet backs away from Driftwood LNG offtake
    A deal between Petronet and Tellurian that was to expected to secure the first term offtake agreement for Driftwood LNG...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 8, 2020
  • Economy will not return to pre-COVID levels until mid-2021: ATA
  • US retailers' gloomy import outlook improves slightly
  • Vessel port call frequency improving in Europe, falling in North America
  • Appeals court backs New Jersey exit from Waterfront Commission
  • Rolled trans-Pacific shipments portend sporadic capacity scarcity

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TradeWindsweb site
JUNE 8, 2020
  • Safe Bulkers posts loss amid heavy voyage costs
  • US could sanction more than 40 tankers for Venezuela business
  • Insurers warn about low water levels on the Parana River
  • Blacklisting kicks in for Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines
  • US shipowners join the corporate chorus against racism after George Floyd killing
  • Equinor unveils decarbonisation targets for shipping operations
  • Ports see fall in blanked sailings, but analyst says they are rising
  • Equinor unveils decarbonisation targets for shipping operations
  • Ports see fall in blanked sailings, but analyst says they are rising
  • Capesize market still rising despite Vale mine closure - but for how much longer?
  • Polaris VLOC to be declared constructive total loss and scuttled
  • Pan Ocean set to sell last 1990s-built capesize for scrap
  • Maersk boxship explosion caused by 'severe' turbocharger breakdown
  • Cruise sector faces high-interest debt vice amid coronavirus downturn
  • Charter rates for large containerships hit the floor
  • Temasek to become major shareholder in Sembcorp Marine spin-off
  • Zodiac sells oldest crude tanker, but not for the scrap heap
  • Tanker owners face cool summer as Opec+ extends historic cut
  • All systems go for sanctuary at sea - just don't ask how much it will cost
  • Stig Remoy's Olympic Subsea in default as bank pulls out of talks
  • Maritime media and advertising agency boss Steve Parks dies
  • VLGCs finally take a hit, but some experts remain upbeat
  • Boost for tankers as Libya reopens biggest oilfield
  • Iyo Bank reports 12% increase in finance to shipping
  • Grindrod confirms tanker sales as it books impairment hit
  • Spar Shipping reports sharply reduced profit before pandemic blow
  • 'Not as good as we thought', but Great Eastern presses on with scrubbers
  • DSME inks giant LNG floating storage units for Russian Arctic
  • India's Great Eastern Shipping unmoved by 'unattractive' dry bulk S&P levels
  • SSY expects LNG freight rates to tighten from third quarter
  • PGS sacking 40% of staff and laying up three ships
  • Navig8 captures Greek aframax from Signal pool
  • Canada's Fednav carries out overhaul, bringing together shipping units
  • Maersk boxship suffers engine room explosion off New York
  • Vale sticks with iron ore guidance despite mine closures
  • Tiger Clean Energy books MPPs at Yangzijiang for containerised LNG exports
  • Hoegh car carrier still burning three days after explosion
  • Keppel Corp to delay rig deliveries as part of Borr Drilling restructuring

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American Shipperweb site
JUNE 8, 2020
  • JAXPORT car carrier fire contained but not out
    Firefighters injured in explosion aboard Höegh Xiamen after loading operations completed
  • Can shipping shares catch wave of (ir)rational exuberance?
    The stock market is back to pre-COVID levels. Shipping shares still have some catching up to do.
  • Cristobal closes Port of New Orleans terminals
    Operations at ports from Maine to Texas will cease for one hour Tuesday as ILA and USMX show respect for George Floyd
  • Turbocharger breakdown disables Maersk container ship
    Coast Guard medevacs crewman injured in engine room fire

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JUNE 8, 2020
  • GCC Bunkers expands operations to enter Gulf of Mexico offshore market
    GCC bunkers will begin offering retail marine fuels for offshore delivering in the Gulf of Mexico, a company official said June 8.
  • Equinor, Total intensify shipping emissions efforts
    Norway's Equinor and France's Total have announced new steps toward reducing their shipping sector emissions as part of a broader push for net-zero emissions by the oil and gas industry.
  • Brazil's Petrobras sets fresh record for bunker fuel exports in May
    Brazilian state-led oil producer and refiner Petrobras set another fresh monthly record for bunker fuel exports in May, consolidating the company's emergence as an important supplier of the fuel to global shippers amid a recovery in vessel traffic as the impact of the coronavirus pandemic fades.
  • OIL FUTURES: Crude retreats as market eyes rising production forecasts
    The oil complex settled lower June 8 as global supply forecasts increased despite a one-month extension of the OPEC+ output cuts.
  • Listen: Libyan oil exports briefly pick up, NOC gears up for cautious return
  • Event Analysis : Do not write an obituary for shipping dirtiest fuel




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