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14 August 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 01:44 GMT+2




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Sched Netweb site
JULY 14, 2020
  • S'pore's 1pc box decline offset by 3.7pc hike in mandated clean fuel sales
  • Antwerp boxes up 0.4pc, but volume off 4.9pc to 223,799,781 tonnes
  • Long Beach volumes fall 11.1pc in June as Covid-19 hammers west coast
  • LNG drives Northern Sea Route H1 transits up 1.1pc to 14.5 million tonnes
  • International Chamber of Shipping makes urgent plea for crew changes
  • OOCL wins environmental Gold Award from the HKAEE for the fourth time
  • Optimarin passes IMO and US Coast Guard ballast water treatment tests
  • Global forwarding market adapting to new realities, says UK's Ti research
  • FAA probes allegations Boeing pressured their designated QC inspectors
  • US bans Pakistan International Airlines after fake pilot certificates found
  • Air freight rates rise to pre-Covid level as fuel prices increase to new levels

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Exim Indiaweb site
JULY 13, 2020
  • British freight association welcomes further govt investment in employment support schemes
  • CMA CGM Group simplifies its trade network on the Transpacific
  • Global new shipbuilding orders fall to historic low in first half
  • LISCR hires former USCG LNG expert to boost global team
  • Singapore tops shipping centre development index
  • Thirteen countries commit to facilitate crew changes & achieve key worker designation for seafarers
  • DGFT's new digital platform to better facilitate foreign trade
  • Govt relaxes requirement for re-import of cut & polished diamonds sent abroad for certification & grading
  • Requirement of Veterinary Certificate for Import of Milk and Milk Products into India
  • Shrimps exports to the US slump
  • Ministry asks NIC to ensure capturing FASTag details before new vehicle registration & while issuing fitness certificates for national permit vehicles
  • Ministry invites suggestions & comments on hydrogen-propelled vehicles
  • Railways loads Special Parcel Train beyond country's borders for first time
  • Forex reserves at new all-time high
  • Quick progress being made in implementing PM's self-reliant India call
  • US again India's number one trade partner
  • US President rules out second phase trade deal with China

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International Transport Journalweb site
JULY 14, 2020
  • Growing fleets for many players

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The Loadstarweb site
JULY 13, 2020
  • Shippers pressured into no-roll premiums as full ships give carriers the edge
  • 'Data sharing is nice, but cooperation is key' to ending congestion, says Jan de Rijk
  • Demand spike and blank sailings make US importers scramble for capacity
  • Qatar Airways Cargo pledges to move '1 million kilos' of humanitarian aid for free
  • Crisis looming for global shipyards as orders for new containerships ebb
  • Digital transformation: why procurement should be the hero in your business
  • Crew change crisis and who has failed to act...
  • Market Insight: Q&A with XPO's Kevin Sterling - 'Asset or non-asset?' It's not either-or
  • Supply chain radar: Ryder System - Waiting for the other shoe to drop?
  • On the wires: Evergreen convertible debut - Taiwan honeymoon over?

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Marine Logweb site
JULY 13, 2020
  • ABB to deliver integrated power system for advanced diamond recovery vessel
    ABB is to supply an integrated power system package for the advanced diamond recovery vessel under construction at Damen Shipyards Mangalia for De Beers Marine Namibia (Pty) Ltd (Debmarine Namibia). With a
  • Danish electric ferry reports successful first year in service
    In its first year of operation on a 22 nautical mile route, the pioneering Danish all-electric ferry Ellen has notched up some noteworthy milestones, according to Danfoss Editron . Operating between the
  • VIDEO: Two ships collide in Welland Canal
    Transport Canada is to investigate an accident in which two vessels collided while transiting Canada's Welland Canal, in opposite directions, this past Saturday. YouTube video caught the incident in which the Florence
  • CMA CGM newbuild will have new automatic roll stabilization system
    Hamburg, Germany, headquartered Hoppe Marine GmbH has introduced a fully automatic version of its well-known Flume roll stabilization system. In Flume systems, roll damping tanks use a hydrodynamically controlled flow of liquid
  • Lindsay Malen-Habib named President of American Salvage Association
    The Executive Committee of the American Salvage Association (ASA) reports that Lindsay Malen-Habib is taking on the role of ASA president, effective immediately. Malen-Habib has been an active ASA member for over
  • Firefighters continue battling blaze aboard USS Bonhomme Richard
    This morning, firefighting teams were continuing to battle a fire on board USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6), which is moored pier side at Naval Base San Diego for a regularly scheduled maintenance

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 13, 2020
  • Greek tankers linked to Venezuela 'now in the Middle East'
    Greece-based owner says the Automatic Identification System was switched off for crew safety and piracy risks. Two of the four...
  • Cyprus shipping sector seeks continuity from new minister
    The domestic shipping industry wants the government to upgrade the image of Cyprus as one of the most important and...
  • Libya rebels to continue blockade on oil exports
    Oil exports emanating from crucial Libyan ports were able to resume for a single day before being halted again. The...
  • Crew crisis needs 'substantial solution'
    Governments should intervene, says Union of Greek Shipowners president
  • Ocean Tankers administrators in bid to fend off claims
    The court-appointed interim judicial managers stand a chance of bringing Ocean Tankers' exposure to Hin Leong's alleged fraudulent trades under...
  • Rebels to allow access to 'floating bomb' in Red Sea
    Dryad Global says more progress will depend on a ceasefire holding between the Houthis and the Saudi-backed government of Yemen...
  • Ports welcome UK's $875m Brexit funding boost
    'We look forward to reviewing the detail but this is an important first step to help limit the impacts of...
  • US joins UK in leading global crew change
    An estimated 300,000 of the world's 1.5m seafarers await repatriation as cascading lockdowns across countries since March prevent three quarters...
  • IMO eyes further steps toward decarbonisation
    The IMO has held virtual talks on potential short-term measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Although unofficial, the discussions yielded...
  • Ask the Analyst: Bankruptcies and credit risk during lockdown
    The impact of the coronavirus pandemic will have a profound impact on the viability of several shipping companies. In the first...
  • Sugar trades help buoy smaller-sized bulkers
    Brazil's exports rose 37% in the first half of the year, and will remain strong over the coming months, says...
  • Patchy recovery leading to trade imbalances
    The largest shift in trade balance was reported on the South America trades, where backhaul volumes were running 20% higher...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Swift action is needed to back up summit declaration | Hong Kong introduces mandatory health tests for seafarers...
  • Singapore continues to dominate key shipping index
    While Singapore has again grabbed the top spot on the Xinhua-Baltic index, Hong Kong drops down the rankings in areas...
  • Maritime has improved in its use of intelligence. It still has room to pick up the pace
    More shipping leaders are realising that change is happening. They accept that improvisation is only a temporary fix while transformation...
  • Shipping's steady course toward decarbonisation
    The various targets in the IMO Roadmap are not yet regulatory but there is huge pressure for them to become...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 13, 2020
  • Fresh tariff threat could put pressure on westbound trans-Atlantic
  • Forward Air expands into over-the-road LTL
  • Rising insurance costs, mini import surge to test US drayage operators
  • Heavy transport demand keeps rolling despite COVID-19 complications
  • COVID-19, oil price crash create new hurdles for project shippers

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TradeWindsweb site
JULY 13, 2020
  • Potential Iran-China deal could include cheap oil
  • Carnival to sell one Costa Cruises, two Holland ships
  • Navios Maritime issues shares to pay interest on Americas loan
  • Castor boosts ship purchase war chest with $17m share deal
  • Dae Sun scores $36m order for feeder containerships
  • Arne Blystad's Songa Holding reports profit as financial items bolster bottom line
  • Uni-Tankers says all seafarers aboard quarantined ship cleared of coronavirus
  • Constantin Baack praises 'commendable dedication' as rescue plan voted through
  • Boom sends tanker scrapping to lowest level in 20 years
  • Opec+ output hike set to revive spot activity for tankers from August
  • Danaos beats IMO target by 11 years with 41.5% cut in emissions
  • 'Shock wave': UK court rules shipbreaker's widow can make claim against Maran
  • Stranded tanker crew paint cry for help on hull
  • Ocean Yield reveals stake in Solstad after debt swap
  • Libya's tanker export hopes crushed again as mercenaries move in
  • Virus prompts most owners to slow ships - but tankers speed up
  • Hong Kong falls on shipping centre index as London and Shanghai rise
  • DNB shipping loan book shrinks $794m as impairments fall
  • China Navigation admits it was negligent in injured stevedore case
  • General cargoships crunched in head-on canal collision
  • Nisshin Shipping takes sizeable loss on resale of LNG carrier newbuilding
  • SSY: China port congestion adding to capesize rate strength
  • Stevedore fined $158,000 after excavator dropped from ship's crane

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American Shipperweb site
JULY 13, 2020
  • KLM gets EU blessing for Dutch emergency aid
    Airlines are leaning heavily on governments for support until they can get back on their feet once the COVID crisis subsides. Next up: KLM.
  • Two ships that didn't pass in the day
    Canadian Transportation Safety Board examining 'rare occurrence' in Welland Canal.
  • FAA clears airlines to remove passenger seats for cargo
    The FAA's ruling allowing airlines to jam more cargo in the cabin by removing passenger seats may be a pyrrhic victory. The incentive to do...
  • Hawaii's Young Brothers seeks rate increase to stay afloat
    Even before Hawaii imposed COVID-19 travel restrictions earlier this year, Young Brothers lost money and last year sought a rate increase valued at $13 million...
  • Career Tracks: Supply chain professor nets CSCMP award
    Matthew Waller will receive the Distinguished Service Award during EDGE 2020 Live!

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 13, 2020
  • Houthis claim attack on Aramco's new Jazan refinery
    Iran-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen have claimed responsibility for a July 12 drone and missile attack on Saudi Aramco's recently built Jazan oil refinery, local media reported.
  • Singapore's residue stocks rise 6% on week to 3-year high amid dearth of demand
    Singapore's commercial onshore residue stocks rose 6.1% week on week to 26.666 million barrels or 4.2 million mt on July 8, marking a three-year high, Enterprise Singapore data released July 9 showed.
  • Around 360,000 mt of USGC middle distillate heading to Europe so far in July: cFlow
    Seven clean tankers have left the US Gulf Coast over the past seven days, all of them medium-range tankers, cFlow data showed.
  • OPEC's 2019 oil revenue shrinks on production cuts, weaker prices
    OPEC's 13 members suffered an 18% contraction in their oil export revenue last year on weaker prices and output curbs, denting their economies leading into 2020's coronavirus crisis and market meltdown.
  • OIL FUTURES: Oil retreats as demand outlook dims amid fresh US lockdowns
    Oil futures retreated in afternoon trading to settle lower July 13 as demand outlooks dimmed amid reports of new lockdown measures in California.
  • OIL FUTURES Crude slides as market awaits OPEC+ news
    On the supply side, the OPEC+ Joint Ministerial Monitoring Committee's meeting on July 15 will determine whether the coalition will taper production cuts.
  • Low scrappage rates weighing on tanker markets: sources
    Sustained newbuild deliveries is expected to put further pressure on the spot tanker market.
  • SINGAPORE DATA: June bunker fuel sales fall 2.45% on month to 3.83 mil mt
    Total low sulfur bunker fuel sales decreased 0.11% on the month to 2.711 million mt in June, MPA data showed.




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