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28 September 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 14:37 GMT+2




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Exim Indiaweb site
SEPTEMBER 14, 2020
  • CEVA Logistics strengthens LATAM presence with opening of own offices in Ecuador & Uruguay
  • CMA CGM Emergency PCS in Sydney, Australia
  • Container shipping does well in a difficult period
  • Dedicated AI working group established for Dutch port & maritime sector
  • MOL's Coronavirus response update
  • SCFI Asia to Northern Europe spot rates up
  • Guidelines regarding implementation of Section 28DA of the Customs Act, 1962 and CAROTAR, 2020 in respect of Rules of Origin under Trade Agreements (FTA/PTA/CECA/CEPA) and verification of Certificates of Origin
  • Import of refined palm oil slumps
  • Licences of 56 Customs brokers suspended on DGARM recommendation: CBIC
  • DB Schenker opens first phase of its largest warehousing hub in India
  • DP World signs up as Global Logistics Partner of Royal Challengers Bangalore
  • With exports showing positive signs, FIEO President urges govt to look into issues
  • Indian Register of Shipping receives recognition from US Coast Guard

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International Transport Journalweb site
SEPTEMBER 15, 2020
  • Ministers' opposition
  • Port of Valencia upgrades rail access
  • Industrial imports via Tec Plata terminal
  • A. Duie Pyle expands its facilities
  • Polish forwarder purchases 1,000 flat cars
  • In memory of Petr Kroca
  • Siemens India integrates systems with Mumbai ACS
  • Pfenning's GDP certification reconfirmed
  • Twelve locomotives for Moldova
  • IFAN strengthens board of directors
  • Bremenports: H1/2020 better than expected
  • Connecting three continents with one service
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Fully-electric HGV to be tested in H1/2021
  • B+S: more capacities in Borgholzhausen
  • Militzer & Münch mourns Werner Albert
  • Swiss deep-sea ships get public guarantee
  • 'One record' trial for the UK industry

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The Loadstarweb site
SEPTEMBER 14, 2020
  • Air cargo market 'going crazy' as carriers prepare for a tight peak season
  • Carriers impose restrictions as container shortages in Asian ports get worse
  • Amazon Air fleet expanding rapidly to meet growth in e-commerce traffic
  • Cathay Pacific in major restructure to find a way "to survive and thrive"
  • Against the odds: Flexport - time to hit one out of the park
  • Practical way to deal with the shameful maltreatment of 600,000 people

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Marine Logweb site
SEPTEMBER 14, 2020
  • VIDEO: Latest USCG national security cutter completes sea trials
    Huntington Ingalls Industries' (NYSE: HII) reports that its Ingalls Shipbuilding division has successful completed builder's sea trials of the U.S. Coast Guard's newest national security cutter, Stone (WMSL 758). The ship spent
  • Farmer-owned coop to construct new Missouri River barge port
    NEW Cooperative, a farmer-owned grain, agronomy, energy, and feed cooperative serving the western and northwest region of Iowa, has held a ground breaking ceremony for construction of a new port on the
  • RMC installs Azipods in RoPax newbuild in one week
    Finnish shipbuilder Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC) has taken just one week to complete the installation of the ice-class Azipod propulsion solution in the new 150 meter RoPax ferry it is building for
  • Harvey Gulf converts four PSVs to lightering support vessels
    New Orleans, La., headquartered Harvey Gulf International Marine has begun converting four 220-foot DPS-2 platform supply vessels into lightering support vessels. They will be capable of stowing one set of four Jumbo
  • USCG authorizes IRClass as Recognized Organization
    Classification society Indian Register of Shipping (IRClass) has gained U.S. Coast Guard authorization as a Recognized Organization. The recognition delegates authority to IRClass to undertake statutory survey and certification services on U.S.
  • Kentucky riverports awarded grants
    Five Kentucky riverports are being awarded $450,000 for critical repairs and equipment replacement. The funding is in the form of grants to be matched by the authorities that operate the riverports, which
  • Abu Dhabi Maritime Academy takes simulation to the cloud
    Wärtsilä has delivered its new Cloud Simulation solution to Abu Dhabi Maritime Academy. Comprising a combination of cloud-based solutions, including navigational, engine room and liquid cargo handling simulators, the online installation was
  • Multipurpose spill response and towage newbuild will have Cathelco MGPS
    Water and waste management specialist Evac reports that its Cathelco unit is to supply a new multi-purpose oil spill response and towage vessel being built for the Kuwait Oil Co with a

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Lloyd's Listweb site
SEPTEMBER 14, 2020
  • ExxonMobil biofuel trial cuts CO2 emissions by 40%
    The oil major says its 0.5% sulphur biofuel reduced greenhouse gas emissions compared to full hydrocarbon fuel. It calls the...
  • Cargo interests launch new safety body
    Guidance on using and applying the CTU Code is the first step in a programme to ensure all parties in...
  • Pandemic to knock 1bn tonnes off sea trade
    The opening session of the International Union of Marine Insurance conference was a discussion on the impact of coronavirus on...
  • Lloyd's List Awards 2020 entry deadline extended
    The Lloyd's List Awards, which will showcase how the industry has adapted and advanced in the face of the pandemic...
  • Fidelity raises risk to supply chains from crewing crisis
    The global asset manager is calling for seafarers to be considered as essential workers to ensure safety and global supply...
  • Oil trades stalling as global inventories soar
    Tanker operators will be in the front line as crude trade slows to a crawl. Oil traders unable to find...
  • MSC boxship hits gantry crane in Valencia
    The vessel MSC Mia was in collision with a gantry crane at the MSC Terminal Valencia, Spain, injuring its operator...
  • Dow sells three US Gulf terminals for $620m
    Deal covers terminals at Freeport, Texas and at St Charles and Plaquemine, in Louisiana, with a total capacity of 852,000...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Maersk Etienne ordeal will not compromise migrant rescues | IG chief says P&I pooling mechanism can handle...
  • Carriers summoned by China to curb transpacific mark-ups
    Carriers were asked what measures they had taken to 'curb the excessively fast mark-ups on China-US routes', and to pass...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
SEPTEMBER 14, 2020
  • BNSF veteran Farmer named new CEO
  • Modest time charter rate rally holds for F-type MPV/HL sector
  • FourKites gets granular with PO visibility product
  • New Orleans halts container, breakbulk operations ahead of hurricane
  • Restricting container capacity management comes with perils
  • Australian shippers angered by congestion surcharges amid delays, diversions
  • RPA Labs nabs prominent forwarder client to help automate

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TradeWindsweb site
SEPTEMBER 14, 2020
  • BP and IEA predict big roles for biofuels in bunker mix
  • Iranian VLCC reportedly turns up in Venezuela
  • Eagle Bulk Shipping conducts reverse stock split to attract new investors
  • Joe Biden's $2trn pledge does not guarantee WTIVs will be built in US
  • 'Repay great debt': IMO joins forces to urge UN General Assembly to act on crew change crisis
  • Polembros swoops on bulker redelivered by PCL
  • Marine insurers warned they will pay for climate change
  • Hafnia eyes methanol tanker newbuilds for exports as it buys into US plant
  • Tanker rates uptick lifts US-listed tanker stocks, but for how long?
  • Belships' Atlantic desk in Oslo hits the ground running
  • Bulker group Aspo resumes forecasting as virus fog clears
  • OCIMF restructures to prioritise areas of risk for charterers
  • Avin International sells oldest suezmaxes in first S&P deal of 2020
  • Mowinckels finds suezmax segment 'interesting' amid reports of order
  • Marine insurers fear crew crisis will lead to more ship casualties
  • Chief officer lost from PIL containership off Japan
  • Crew rescued as burning cable-layer sinks off South Korea
  • Petrobras adds to demolition spree with sale of tanker trio
  • Castor Maritime turns red but sees bulker term rates rising
  • Boskalis dredger attacked with molotov cocktails and rocks
  • Hunter seals second strong VLCC term deal as rates jump
  • Exmar banking $434m of new finance as it returns to profit
  • Designer AK Suda looks to consortium to tap US wind farm riches
  • Exmar loan suspended as it chases $30m from FLNG force majeure
  • TS Lines books feeder boxships worth $92m at Huangpu Wenchong Shipbuilding
  • Jurong looks to 'cement' its place as Singapore's top bulker port
  • EU boards tanker over suspected Libya UN arms embargo violation

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American Shipperweb site
SEPTEMBER 14, 2020
  • Wildfires force Alaska Airlines to suspend some Oregon, Washington flights
    Worsening smoke conditions prompted Alaska Airlines (NYSE: ALK to suspend all flights for 24 hours in Portland, Oregon, and Spokane, Washington, beginning at 3 p.m....
  • East Coast ports welcome largest vessel
    The 15,072-TEU CMA CGM Brazil earns the honor as the biggest container ship to call the East Coast.
  • German logistic giants mount air charter programs
    The freight-forwarding arms of DHL and DB Schenker are adding air capacity by leasing aircraft from all-cargo operators. The new services and features from DHL...
  • Alarm blared during Golden Ray capsizing
    Technical difficulties plague the first day of a livestreamed hearing conducted by the Coast Guard.
  • Tanker market is awash (again) in floating storage chatter
    Amid talk of more floating storage, Kpler data reveals most of round-one storage volume is still on the water.
  • FMC keeps spotlight on ocean forwarder, consolidator concerns
    COVID-19 may have disrupted supply chains but not the U.S. Federal Maritime Commission's regulatory and policy focus on ocean container shipping, FMC chairman says.
  • Career Tracks: DB Schenker hires HR expert
    Katharina Rath will be tasked with driving German logistics giant's "global transformation process."
  • When lifting empty containers, two is better than one
    Hyster introduces newest double-empty container handler to marine terminal and intermodal rail yard operators.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
SEPTEMBER 14, 2020
  • Nearly 25% of US Gulf oil and gas volumes offline as Hurricane Sally nears
    Shell, Chevron, Murphy Oil and other producers have begun shutting in some US Gulf offshore crude and natural gas output, while at least one refinery temporarily closed its plant, ahead of Hurricane Sally, which is expected to make landfall on the Mississippi/Alabama border late Sept. 15 or early Sept. 16.
  • TENDER DATA: South Africa's PetroSA seeks 50 ppm sulfur gasoil for prompt delivery
    South Africa's PetroSA seeks 50 ppm sulfur gasoil for prompt delivery
  • Australia announces plans to increase domestic fuel security
    The Australian government September 14 announced fuel security plans which include incentives for keeping the country's four oil refineries open and increasing diesel storage capacity.
  • APPEC INTERVIEW: Equinor boosts market presence in Asia as oil sales double
    Norway's state-controlled Equinor is boosting its presence in the Asian oil market, having doubled its crude sales to the region, as the European major takes the opportunity to grab as much market share as possible amid the ongoing output cuts by OPEC+.
  • LSGO futures net speculative length slips to four-month low amid largest increase in short positions on record
    Speculative net long positions in ICE low sulfur gasoil futures fell 42,389 contracts to 21,114 in the week to Sept. 8, a four-month low, according to Intercontinental Exchange data.
  • Saudi Arabia warning over tanker disaster off Yemen's coast
    Saudi Arabia has requested the UN and other international bodies take immediate action over the oil tanker FSO Safer, which is in danger of exploding or sinking off Yemen's coast, state-backed Saudi Press Agency reported Sept 14.
  • EPP Group advocates new law for cutting EU shipping emissions by 40%
    The European People's Party Group supports plans to cut shipping emissions through the EU Emissions Trading System but would like a separate law to that effect, it said Sept. 14.
  • August container volumes at Singapore port up 1.3% on year
    Container volumes at Singapore port in August rose 1.3% year on year to 3.17 million twenty-foot-equivalent units (TEU), data from the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore showed, in what was the first year-on-year growth in six months.
  • APPEC: COVID-19 puts brakes on oil demand, jet fuel recovery to lag - Vitol execs
    The global coronavirus pandemic has caused a massive dent in global oil demand, with the transportation sector, particularly the aviation industry's jet fuel demand most severely affected and its recovery expected to lag that of other oil products, Vitol's CEO, Russel Hardy, said Sept. 14.
  • USGC middle distillates flows to Europe in Sept at 640,000 mt so far: cFlow
    US Gulf Coast middle distillate shipments scheduled to arrive into Europe in September are scheduled to amount to at least 640,000 mt, of which around 500,000 mt is heading for Northwest Europe and 140,000 mt to the Mediterranean, data from cFlow, S&P Global Platts' trade-flow software, showed Sept. 14.
  • European VLSFO inclines to the bullish side on production limitations
    Bullishness is creeping into the 0.5%S fuel oil market amid supply-side constraints, after a coronavirus-induced period of weakness.
  • OIL FUTURES: Product prices climb as USGC refiners brace for Sally
    NYMEX refined product futures settled higher Sept. 14 as US Gulf Coast refiners shuttered capacity ahead of Hurricane Sally.




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