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14 August 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 01:36 GMT+2




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Sched Netweb site
JULY 9, 2020
  • Melbourne moves from 4,500-TEUers to 10,662-TEU CMA CGM Ural
  • CMA CGM hikes rates from Asia to Africa on July 16 and again July 20
  • CMA CGM re-names NOL in sweeping changes to Far East operations
  • Another peak season runs aground as ocean carriers extract capacity
  • Senior banker: Japanese shipping must unite - one for all, all for one
  • Fitch Ratings: Vietnam outperforms Asian frontier sovereign countries
  • Internet first: Mission to Seafarers online global Sea Sunday Service
  • Australian note air cargo moves toward structural recovery in June
  • Macao's air cargo declines 19pc in May to 2,525 tonnes, says DSEC
  • Lufthansa Cargo Centre outsources some of its logistics to Fiege Group

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Exim Indiaweb site
JULY 8, 2020
  • CMA CGM ends reefer cargo import PCS at Chittagong
  • Granularity in capacity management impacts freight rates; services with 85% schedule reliability reaching record-low
  • Liberian Registry climbs higher on Paris MoU White List
  • The China Navigation Co. to separate out its dry bulk shipping activities
  • CBIC unveils facilitations for faster import and export clearances & IT functionalities for supporting Contactless Customs
  • Operationalization of Certain Functionalities in ICEGATE
  • Mundra Port tops in container handling in Q1 2020-21
  • Port of Antwerp limits damage during Corona crisis
  • Portall & GOCON collaborate to provide trucking services on PCS 1x
  • Green shoots of revival emerging in the economy: Finance Ministry report
  • India will bounce back with vengeance: Amitabh Kant
  • Allcargo Logistics partners with Tamil Nadu-based Foundation to provide essential supplies to communities affected by Covid-19
  • Welspun One announces 110-acre logistics park in Bhiwandi, Maharashtra

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International Transport Journalweb site
JULY 9, 2020
  • Lithuanian carrier expands to Poland
  • Moody's mood worsening
  • Cool air washing systems for warehouses
  • Qube Holdings elects new director to its board
  • New train connects Poland and Germany
  • Hi Fly reveals the big freight secret
  • Alexander Bernhard to be sole CEO of Swan
  • Siemens: software to link up parcel handling
  • 60 trains a week to deliver biomass in UK
  • Turkish Cargo carries one of every 20 air shipments
  • How to avoid container incidents?
  • Keeping critical medical shipments moving globally
  • Coolport II is on the move
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Jessica Tyler elected AA's president of cargo
  • Dematic transport system for Yusen Logistics
  • First fuel cell HGVs en route to Switzerland

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The Loadstarweb site
JULY 8, 2020
  • DHL boss Appel praises 'tireless employees', but axes 2,200 jobs in UK
  • THE Alliance 'scrambles' to launch extra Asia-North Europe loader as market share falls
  • CLdN calls for retraction of 'misguided' and 'unnecessary' state ferry subsidy
  • Specialised Covid partnerships strengthen airline and forwarder relations
  • New USMCA trade deal could increase demand for near-shoring
  • EU seeks to impose ETS on shipping by January 2022
  • Analysis: DP-DHL cuts staff to finance bonus; two logistics pillars are worth peanuts...

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Marine Logweb site
JULY 8, 2020
  • LISCR hires former USCG LNG expert
    The Liberian International Ship and Corporate Registry has hired Dallas Smith as its Director of LNG and Offshore Technology and as General Manager its new Houston office. Smith brings over 20 years
  • Waterways Council, Inc. elects new President & CEO
    The Board of Directors of Waterways Council, Inc. today unanimously elected Tracy R. Zea as the organization's new President and Chief Executive Officer. He will assume the new duties effective today. With
  • Newcastlemax loads record met coal cargo at Port of Mobile
    Though U.S. barge lines may be carrying less thermal coal used for electricity generation these days, metallurgical coal shipments remain healthy. Where's it all going? The answer is that much of it
  • Halter Marine marks milestones in Navy berthing barge program
    Halter Marine Inc., Pascagoula, Miss., has launched the first two in the series of Auxiliary Personnel Lighter-Small (APL(S)) berthing barges it is building for the U.S. Navy. In other milestones in the
  • ClassNK joins maritime cyber risk management group MTS-ISAC
    ClassNK has joined the Maritime Transportation System Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MTS-ISAC). Set up in February this year, MTS-ISAC promotes and facilitates maritime cybersecurity information sharing, awareness, training and collaboration efforts
  • VIDEO: Fast and versatile workboat joins Jetwave fleet
    Now at work in Port Hedland, Western Australia, the 9.8-meter aluminum workboat Jetwave Nelson Point is the latest addition to the fleet of around 30 specialized vessels operated by Jetwave Marine to

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 8, 2020
  • Tanker gloom forecast for 2021 as dry bulk booms
    The global energy surplus is seen dragging on earnings for crude and product tankers even though oil demand is recovering...
  • Summit to address crew change crisis faces calls for action
    More flights are opening up to get seafarers home, says Global Marine Travel on a webinar
  • West of England says diversification strategy is 'all for now'
    'We don't think reinventing the wheel and trying to compete in established sectors of the market is the way to...
  • Hafnia seeks dialogue after Ardmore rejects 'takeunder'
    The two companies' chief executives open up on the failed merger attempt that would have created the world's large product...
  • EU emissions reforms leave much still to play for
    Shipping will have to submit to new EU regulations and controls on emissions. Exactly when and how are unclear
  • Panamaxes enjoy gains as capesize cargoes are split
    The average weighted panamax time charter on the Baltic Exchange rose to the highest level in just over eight months
  • CMA CGM tightens rules for shipping protected species
    The company will require export permits from shippers under a convention on carrying endangered species
  • Weekly briefing: Doubts over containers 'peak' season; uncertainty in dry bulk
    The second quarter of 2020 will be one of the worst ever for container shipping in terms of volume, yet...
  • World boxship fleet update: A long road to rebalancing
    Scrapping is on the rise but will not reduce tonnage enough to affect the idle fleet
  • Dalian port to take over rival Yingkou in a $2.4bn share swap
    Deal is part of China's grand strategy to consolidate the country's port industry pestered by overcapacity and slowing economic growth
  • MSC refutes carbon ranking claims
    Container line criticises 'incorrect and misleading' claims in environmental report
  • Cruise lines delay new deliveries and plan for post-pandemic passenger safety
    Cruise giants Carnival and Royal Caribbean have pushed back the launch of new ships into 2021 as they continue to...
  • China Navigation hives off dry bulk division into separate business
    The company felt it was the right time to establish Swire Bulk as an independent entity in order to provide...
  • Japan's sustainable future: Born in Tokyo, raised globally
    One of maritime's most impactful and important countries begins to organise its response to the decarbonisation challenge
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Crew welfare crisis: Less than one third of seafarers repatriated | China LNG imports claw back coronavirus...
  • Hong Kong tightens crew change policy as infections rise
    The draconian rule that all entering seafarers take a swab test might require some logistical adjustments for shipping firms to...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 8, 2020
  • US retailers upgrade import forecast, but maintain caution
  • Transship adds partner, launches cold-chain service
  • Startup helps forwarders convert documents to data
  • JAXPORT seeking city funds for dredging project
  • Backlash festers as carriers' capacity discipline portends profitable 2020
  • Easing of bridge draft limit encourages larger ship calls along Pearl River Delta
  • Antwerp grows first-half container volume despite COVID impact

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TradeWindsweb site
JULY 8, 2020
  • Capesize bulker spot rates cool off amid panamax rally
  • Newbuilding outlook darkens as pandemic clobbers demand
  • NRP teams with Japanese financiers for MPP boxship leaseback deal
  • Drug smugglers posed as port workers to infiltrate Maersk ship
  • All-out strike brings STX Offshore to grinding halt
  • Year of living dangerously will have twists and turns to come
  • Drug smugglers posed as port workers to infiltrate Maersk ship
  • All-out strike brings STX Offshore to grinding halt
  • Year of living dangerously will have twists and turns to come
  • Greek tanker ships 'humanitarian' diesel from Italy to crisis-hit Venezuela
  • Renewed charter activity pushes VLCC rates to jump 40% this week
  • Ocean Yield to bank $9.7m from Navig8 tanker sale
  • Global Ship Lease prepares for $238m bond refinancing efforts
  • Everything you ever wanted to know about chemical tankers to be answered by Microsoft
  • All Kleven Verft staff to be axed as trustee seeks new work
  • AP Moller-Maersk scraps largest containership to date
  • Fears for Libyan volumes as blockade degrades oil quality
  • Thumbs down for tankers and gas carriers as Cleaves backs bulkers to shine
  • American Club and ABS team up on cyber security
  • Shell turns spotlight on urgent need for global CO2 standards
  • Zhejiang Satellite Petrochemical doubles down on VLEC newbuilds
  • Swire Bulk and China Navigation Co to go their separate ways
  • MCA to resume some UK ship surveys and inspections
  • ASL Marine reels in newbuilding with move into aquaculture
  • Australia's Weipa adds string to bow with new export cargo

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American Shipperweb site
JULY 8, 2020
  • Car carrier totaled, to be removed from JAXPORT
    Cause of blaze at the Blount Island Marine Terminal remains under investigation.
  • Russian airline completes massive airlift of medical supplies for France
    Russian airline Volga-Dnepr, whose planes are commonly associated with transporting heavy equipment, spent the past three months ferrying tons of medical supplies from China to...
  • Commentary: COVID-19 severely impacts the 'Blue Economy'
    Lori Ann LaRocco illustrates the disruption to global trade by profiling what has happened at the Port of Miami since the coronavirus pandemic began.
  • Amazon to power cargo jets with sustainable fuel
    Amazon uses a lot of energy and emits a lot of pollution, but it is taking aggressive steps to be eco-friendly. Case in point: Amazon...
  • Freight, economy may not rebound in lockstep post-pandemic, report says
    A study looking at U.S. recessions over a 30-year period suggests freight and the overall economy may rebound according to different timetables after the pandemic.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 8, 2020
  • US DATA: EIA says total US diesel stocks increase to record high
    US ULSD stocks rose 3.55 million barrels to 164.23 million barrels in the week that ended July 3, US Energy Information Administration data released July 8 showed, the highest such inventories have been since the agency began recording the data in the week that ended April 9, 2004.
  • OIL FUTURES: Crude edges higher as market mulls improved US product demand, large stock build
    Crude futures edged higher July 8 on the heels of a mixed US inventory report that showed both crude stocks and refined product demand on the up last week.
  • Rising 380 CST bunker fuel demand to support values in Japan, South Korea
    A rise in demand for 380 CST high sulfur bunker fuel was expected to support the high sulfur fuel oil market in Japan and South Korea in July, market sources said.
  • Singapore August ex-wharf marine fuel term indications fall on oversupply
    Singapore's ex-wharf term price indications for August-loading 0.5% sulfur marine fuel fell to a discount of $40-45/mt to the Mean of Platts Singapore 10ppm gasoil assessments amid oversupply of low sulfur bunker fuel, sources said on July 8.
  • China LSFO imports to fall in H2 as refiners strive to meet export quotas: sources
    Chinese imports of low sulfur marine fuel for domestic bonded bunkering are expected to drop significantly in the second half of the year as refiners raise production in order to meet their export quotas, market sources said July 8.
  • JAPAN DATA: Oil product stocks nearly flat at 61.26 mil barrels July 4
    Japan's total refined oil product stocks came in at 61.26 million barrels on July 4, down 0.1% from 61.30 million barrels the previous week, the Petroleum Association of Japan said July 8.
  • Repsol's Q2 upstream production falls to lowest since 2015
    Spanish integrated energy group Repsol reported July 7 that its upstream oil and gas production in the second quarter fell 8% year on year to 640,000 b/d of oil equivalent -- its lowest quarterly total since the 2015 purchase of Talisman -- with Libyan interruptions weighing on the total.
  • Singapore Aug-Sep 10 ppm sulfur gasoil spread flips to contango as prompt demand softens
    The Singapore August-September 10 ppm sulfur gasoil derivative timespread flipped to contango at the close of the Asia trade July 7 as a slowdown in prompt regional demand weakened the overall gasoil complex, market participants said.
  • Singapore 380 CST HSFO prompt structure flips into backwardation on firmer demand
    Fueled by strong demand in late June and July, the Singapore 380 CST high sulfur fuel oil balance July/August swap spread flipped into a backwardated structure of $1.55/mt on July 7 -- the first time in four months, S&P Global Platts data showed.
  • Russian, Chinese presidents discuss increasing hydrocarbon cooperation
    Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed increasing hydrocarbons cooperation with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jiping July 8, according to a statement posted on the Kremlin website.
  • US crude exports drop amid pressured Northeast Asia arbitrage
    US weekly crude exports fell to their lowest level November last week, according to US Energy Information Administration oil data July 8, as arbitrage incentives to Northeast Asia have eroded.




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