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21 October 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 08:57 GMT+2

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Exim Indiaweb site
SEPTEMBER 20, 2020
  • SCI's service between India & Maldives set to commence today
  • US FMC to increase scrutiny of container shipping alliances
  • DGTR begins anti-dumping probe into import of sodium hydrosulphite from China, South Korea
  • Govt highlights measures taken to promote exports in past few months
  • Indian ceramic tiles face anti-dumping duty in GCC countries, Minister informs Parliament
  • Iron & steel exports to China jump 10-fold this fiscal
  • Container transhipment facilitates Antwerp port holding ground in 2020
  • H. K. Joshi given additional charge as MD of India Ports Global
  • JNPT observes 'Hindi Pakhwada' with enthusiasm
  • Century Ply JJP CFS successfully handles trial run of containerised cargo to Bangladesh through inland waterways
  • International transport & integrated supply chains seen critical in recovering from the pandemic
  • sennder acquires Uber's European freight business
  • Capturing additional details for Certificate of Origin (COO) as per Customs (Administration of Rules of Origin under Trade Agreements) Rules, 2020 in Bill of Entry
  • SCI observing Swachhata Pakhwada by organising online competitions

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International Transport Journalweb site
SEPTEMBER 21, 2020
  • Cement came first
  • Montreal receives a new rail hub
  • 7,200 t of clay to be delivered by train
  • Port of Felixstowe under pressure
  • Cargolux, Fracht Italia and Fomas did it again
  • Carousel Logistics CEO 'hands over the baton'
  • Europa Road rolls into Corby
  • Expanded rail access for Georgia and Florida
  • New study on Bremenports' hinterland traffic
  • Blume Global welcomes Tom Williams as CFO
  • Air-City and Seko launch parcel service into the USA
  • Fly like migratory birds
  • Corona not to blame for decline in freight volume
  • UN: Improve intermodal coordination across borders!
  • Converting Koreans choose Columbus
  • K Line names LNG princess
  • Geodis appoints Mike Honious president & CEO Americas
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Next step for Huntsville 565 Logistics project

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The Loadstarweb site
SEPTEMBER 18, 2020
  • Asia-US spot rates pushed to new highs, despite warnings from China and FMC
  • M&A radar: Toll Group sells US parts, as divestment campaign begins...
  • Chaos at port of Felixstowe worsens as carriers refuse return of empty boxes
  • Menzies and Felixstowe: beset with problems, but one is handling it well
  • Brexit clarity meeting was 'just to cover political arses than get meaningful results'
  • Revenues soar 40% and steer Volga-Dnepr Group into clearer skies
  • Maersk gets on board with CP Rail to move inland with new transload facility
  • KQ eyes increase in cargo to 20% of total business
  • Eion McGettigan is appointed the new CEO at port of Cork
  • APMT veteran Iain Rawlinson returns to the fold as new CCO in Poti
  • David Golding appointed asset director at GB Railfreight
  • M&A radar: Where to for sennder + Uber Freight Europe now?

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Marine Logweb site
SEPTEMBER 18, 2020
  • Total and MOL name world's largest LNG bunkering vessel in Rotterdam ceremony
    The world's largest LNG bunker vessel has been officially named at a ceremony held today in Rotterdam. The 18,600-cubic-meter GTT Mark III Flex membrane vessel has been named Gas Agility and is
  • Australia bans another ship for failing to pay crew
    The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) yesterday banned the Panama-flagged bulk carrier AC Sesoda for deliberately underpaying its crew by more than AUD $118,000 (about US$86100), which the ship's operator attempted to
  • FERRIES 2020 goes virtual in November
    Marine Log's FERRIES 2020 event will be held virtually this year on November 9-10 from 1 to 4 p.m. EST. The conference will feature a number of expert speakers, a growing list
  • Savannah welcomes largest box ship to ever call the U.S. East Coast
    The Port of Savannah today welcomed the 15,072 TEU CMA CGM Brazil, the largest ship to ever call the U.S. East Coast. A total of 5,600 TEU of containers will be moved
  • INTERTANKO: EU Parliament ETS move could undermine global GHG solution
    Not too surprisingly, tanker owners' association INTERTANKO is less than happy with the European Parliament's vote to include shipping in the EU Emissions Trading System (see earlier story). "INTERTANKO members noted with
  • Lockheed Martin partners with Vigor for LUSV study
    As we reported earlier, Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) is one of the six companies recently awarded a NAVSEA contract to provide a study as part of the U.S. Navy's Large Unmanned Surface

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Lloyd's Listweb site
SEPTEMBER 18, 2020
  • Regulation would help lower methane slip, WinGD says
    WinGD says reducing methane slip is a technical problem with many possible solutions. But lack of regulation makes shipowners less...
  • The Lloyd's List Podcast: Sustainability goes digital
    This week Johannah Christensen of the Global Maritime Forum gives us insight into how one of the industry's leading actors...
  • Shipping's niche operators offered 100% finance
    Flexam Invest looking for more deals after transaction on 27 crew transfer vessels with Sweden's NOG
  • Shipping must see through arguments against transparency
    Now that data analytics allows vessel movements to be traced in a manner that can frequently expose wrongdoing, why keep...
  • Timing is key as Maersk restructuring puts spotlight on jobs
    The world's largest container group has warned that positions will be axed as a result of the restructuring that will...
  • Transpacific rates flatline in GRI absence
    With carriers taking on board the advice of the China's transport ministry to scale back on aggressive pricing and pull...
  • Felixstowe hit by congestion as demand surges
    Staff shortages, increased demand and pandemic-related delays have led to congestion, leaving freight forwarders frustrated
  • Foresight to develop compressed natural gas terminal in India
    London-based Foresight Group is in advanced talks with a ship designer and classification society to build an optimised compressed natural gas...
  • Southeast Asian dry bulk shipments driving growth
    Braemar ACM expects Southeast Asian coal imports to reach 175m tonnes by 2024, which marks a 40% increase on 2019...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Managing maritime risk: Sanctions compliance and detection | Gabon de-flags more Iran-linked tankers | Tanker sector flags...
  • Industry says greener shipping needs collaboration
    Co-operation and collaboration are needed to speed up the drive towards decarbonisation as the industry is reminded that timeframes are...
  • California ports see throughput surge despite 'aggressive' competition
    The improved figures notwithstanding, trade organisations continue to express concern over the chronic erosion of cargo from the US west...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
SEPTEMBER 18, 2020
  • Trans-Pac spot rates edge higher amidst heightened regulatory scrutiny
  • Port of Virginia resumes Saturday gate hours at VIG
  • CSX service deteriorates at Georgia, Florida terminals
  • Capacity cuts at large US truckload providers deepen in Q2
  • JOC Study: Outsourced payment leads to lower processing costs for shippers
  • High-yield trans-Pacific siphoning available containers: forwarders
  • Maersk no longer taking empties at Felixstowe as congestion grows

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TradeWindsweb site
SEPTEMBER 18, 2020
  • Edison Chouset shipyard expanding to fill new tugboat orders
  • Indecisive sentiment weighing on capesize bulker market
  • Seawolf moves to end fight against Ridgebury registered owner
  • Greek aframax stuck in Es Sider with Libyan force majeure
  • International Group warns shipowners over TurkStream and Nord Stream projects
  • New hire takes tanker brokerage Charles Weber into ship finance
  • BIFA's beef: Felixstowe port under fire for 'appalling' box delays
  • GC Rieber saving $8m as it stretches debt deal for a year
  • LNG cargo carbon offsetting starts to draw a crowd
  • Unions and employers join Singapore crew crisis fund
  • UK charity thinks outside the box to bring seafarers home
  • Siem Offshore says consolidate or wave goodbye to profits
  • P&O Maritime agrees pay as you go deal for chartered OSV
  • DP World targets $486m of Djibouti assets in US
  • Euronav share buyback rolls on with another $11m splash
  • Quantafuel eyes $200m profit from turning shopping bags into fuel
  • CEO Vogel is a buyer of Eagle stock after reverse split as shares recover
  • Sincere Industrial bulker banned from Australia over unpaid crew wages

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American Shipperweb site
SEPTEMBER 18, 2020
  • Pilot radioed 'I'm losing her' as Golden Ray capsized
    Port of Brunswick pilot recounts harrowing moments when car carrier tipped over.
  • IATA cargo chief Hughes takes buyout amid downsizing
    Voluntary redundancy is the term used when an organization has more jobs than it needs - or can afford. It's a nice way of letting...
  • Commentary: The fabric of withhold release orders
    The CBP must establish reasonable suspicion a good is made with forced labor in order to institute a WRO.
  • FreightWaves Flashback 1971: 'Breakthrough' reported in test shipment of melons to UK stores
    1971: Londoners are able to buy American melons for the first time after test shipments to the U.K. proved successful.
  • Vancouver Fraser Port Authority investment in shipment visibility paying off
    Newly released case study says gateway's work could become model for other Canadian ports
  • US Air Force could deploy freighters to fly truckloads of vaccine
    The U.S. government is coordinating with the private sector how to quickly deliver a COVID-19 vaccine, but under one scenario officials are contemplating the military...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
SEPTEMBER 18, 2020
  • Singapore's residue stocks rebound 3% from 8-month low as imports rise
    Stocks rose for the first time since Aug. 19 when it had dropped for three consecutive weeks to an eight-month low of 20.735 million barrels, the data showed.
  • Japan cargo ship and oil tanker volume falls 28% on year in July
    Japan's total volume of ship and oil domestic cargo ship transports plunged 28% on the year to 15.56 million mt, or 97.9 million barrels, in July, according to the latest data from the Japan Federation of Coastal Shipping Associations.
  • Singapore Marine Fuel 0.5%S cash differential flips to premium on lower stocks
    The Singapore Marine Fuel 0.5%S cash differential over swaps values flipped into positive territory on Sept. 17 for the first time since Aug. 3, supported by lower stocks and stable demand, S&P Global Platts data showed.
  • ARA fuel oil stocks down 5% on week to 1.171 mil mt: Insights Global
    Stocks of fuel oil in the Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp hub, as measured by Insights Global, declined 5% to 1.171 million mt in the week to Sept. 16.
  • FEATURE: Bunker market looks to fragile demand, price recovery
    The glut in low sulfur fuels has been a double-edged sword for the shipping industry. It muted the impact of availability and compatibility concerns at the cost of lower prices, which have mirrored the wider crude market since May.
  • Trans-Pacific container rates take market by surprise; industry players scramble
    Trans-Pacific container freight rates scaled new heights over the past month, with multiple general rate increases (GRIs) taking spot rates to week after week of record highs.
  • Singapore 0.5% sulfur marine fuel premium to Fujairah hits 3-month low as demand grows
    The premium of Singapore-delivered to Fujairah-delivered, 0.5% sulfur marine fuel narrowed to $2/mt on Sept. 18, the lowest in three months, S&P Global Platts data showed, on tight barge availability and an uptick in demand in the Middle East.
  • Deal agreed on Libya oil restart, NOC still to lift force majeure
    Two rival groups in Libya -- the UN-backed Government of National Accord and the self-styled Libyan National Army -- have agreed to reopen key oil ports, signaling the possible restart of around 1 million b/d of production and the release of masses of crude in storage.
  • OIL FUTURES: WTI rally extends amid more Gulf of Mexico shut-ins
    NYMEX WTI futures were trading higher midday Sept. 18 as offshore operators in the western Gulf of Mexico began evacuating platforms ahead of the formation of a tropical depression in the region.

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