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26 September 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 22:19 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 24, 2020
  • TS Lines in search of new ships as Q1 profits soar 170pc to US$21.5m
  • MPC Containers Ships seeks US$15m in recapitalisation plan
  • There is a future for the shipping world after Covid-19 pandemic: PISR CEO
  • Shandong Port Group and Rizhao Port jointly develop overseas facilities
  • Five ships detained in UK over welfare fears for crew
  • China crucial to Australia's post-Covid-19 recovery: Oz uni study
  • Cautious optimism as air cargo volumes improve in May
  • Nallian expands business by acquiring pharma logistics consultancy
  • Air France offers employees voluntarily buyouts to cut overhead

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 24, 2020
  • Barcelona-Madrid service with LNG vehicles
  • Segro exits Austria
  • Paving the way for methanol in shipping
  • Slovakian cars shipped to Koper by train
  • Pall-Ex picks commercial director for UK
  • Germany's cargo airports on the upswing
  • Port Everglades' long-term strategy revised
  • Ekol strengthens partnership with Regatta
  • ATC appoints group manager charter and solutions
  • An excellent year for pharma shipments by air
  • Change of ship crews still in crisis
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Air Canada moves big life-saving load to London
  • Gebrüder Weiss down under
  • New vehicles to speed up deliveries
  • Higher tolls as incentive for modal shift
  • Harbour commissioner leaves Port of Long Beach

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The Loadstarweb site
JUNE 23, 2020
  • Harsh reversal of fortune for containership owners as charter rates tumble
  • Road freight industry needs €75bn from the EU to recover from pandemic
  • After its 'moment in the sun', air cargo will be back to its former 'grim realities'
  • Healthcare & pharma supply chains are 'fragile and infested with problems'
  • As more aircraft are scrapped, 'we must aim to recycle every part of them'
  • Panalpina CFO Robert Erni to take over from Burkhard Eling at Dachser
  • Against the odds: DB Schenker - Fix America and dream billions
  • On the wires: DSV Panalpina - Here comes the smile-shaped recovery

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Marine Logweb site
JUNE 23, 2020
  • Austal USA awarded $50 million DPA Title III agreement
    As part of the national response to COVID-19, the Department of Defense (DoD) has entered into a $50 million Defense Production Act Title III agreement with shipbuilder Austal USA, Mobile. Ala. The
  • Alabama Shipyard wins $23.7 million MSC contract
    Alabama Shipyard LLC, Mobile, Ala., has been awarded a $23,752,381, firm-fixed-price contract for a 96-calendar day shipyard availability for the regular overhaul and drydocking of the Military Sealift Command fast combat support
  • Schottel launches retractable version of its rim thruster
    The newly developed Schottel Retractable Rim Thruster (SRT-R) covers the power range up to 500 kW, offering many advantages, such as low noise emissions and tailor-made solutions for a wide range of
  • SCA elects new leadership
    Ben Bordelon, president and CEO of Bollinger Shipyards, Lockport, La., has become the new Chairman of the Shipbuilders Council of America (SCA), succeeding Terry O'Brien of Austal USA, Mobile, Ala. The new
  • Alaska Marine Lines purchases two big barges from Sause
    Alaska Marine Lines reports that it has expanded its fleet with the purchase of two cargo barges, the Kamakani and Namakani, from Oregon based Sause Bros. Sause terminated its Hawaii service in

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 23, 2020
  • Bunker price spread keeps scrubber economics unfavourable
    The difference in price between high-sulphur fuel oil and the compliant 0.5% sulphur fuel oil is weakening the economic argument...
  • Panama's green light for extended tours draws criticism
    'Port state control should immediately target all Panamanian ships and detain for breaches of the Maritime Labour Convention. This is...
  • From the News Desk: LNG tanker market hit by demand disruption
    LNG demand has been more resilient than other energy commodities, such as oil or coal, during the coronavirus pandemic, but...
  • Dry freight derivative volumes at 12-year high
    Paper volumes are trading at levels last seen during the collapse of Lehman Brothers as volatility in the physical market...
  • Hin Leong owners seek to safeguard tankers from insolvency
    The Lim family may face contests in their effort to shield certain shipping tonnage from the financial damage spilling over...
  • Petrofin: Health crisis continues to impact ship finance
    Survey shows that prior to pandemic, the fall in bank lending to Greek shipping had been arrested, with Credit Suisse...
  • Costamare completes $435m debt refinancing
    New loan deals worth $140m conclude refinancing programme that started earlier this year
  • Cargo market introduces modern slavery clause
    Slavery 'is real and present in all societies and we want to do our part to root it out,' says...
  • China halts US poultry imports after health scare
    The discoveries coincide with China's recently announced plans to test imported meat for coronavirus and to block chicken imports from...
  • MOL to cut 40 vessels from fleet to reduce costs
    MOL will expand its liquefied natural gas business to include floating storage and regasification units, LNG-to-power ships as well greater...
  • Russian reefer arrives in Busan with coronavirus cases on board
    The reefer vessel arrived at Busan's Gamcheon port from Vladivostok on Sunday. The crew were all tested after the captain...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Domestic logjams are main barrier in crew-change problem | Why shipping needs to shout louder about the...
  • Hong Kong's Tung family invests in GasLog
    The Tungs participated in the recent $36m private share offering by the US-listed LNG carrier owner
  • Singamas sells more assets amid bad debts and losses
    The subsidiary, Tianjin Pacific Container Co, produced both dry and specialised containers and had been in the red for two...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 23, 2020
  • LA-LB proves ability to handle mega-ships, but landside pressures remain
  • BNSF's new Seattle-to-Ohio service avoids Chicago dray
  • Pandemic pushes US shippers to rethink sourcing, tech spend
  • Virginia container-on-barge traffic surging on grocery demand
  • Air cargo rates fall, but historic highs likely through summer

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TradeWindsweb site
JUNE 23, 2020
  • Panama OK's crew change, citing humanitarian reasons
  • Lawyer: Pullmantur ships rumoured to be headed for scrapping
  • Rush for paper in the capesize futures market is not over yet
  • Fourfold rise in cyber attacks on shipping due to remote working
  • RCGS Resolute expedition cruiseship sold at auction
  • Marinakis yanks Diamond S ships into commercial control of his Curzon Maritime
  • MSC leads raid on big boxship charter market
  • Fred Olsen fixes $85m of green finance for wind vessels
  • Virus disruption to remove 16% of ships from 2020 delivery schedules, Clarksons says
  • Maersk Tankers' new venture: We do not hire shipping experts on purpose
  • ITF crew change call is not 'incitement to strike'
  • Martinos brothers sell veteran aframaxes as S&P market cools
  • VLCC owners making the best of a 'bad hand', analysts say
  • Competition hots up as engine designers adapt for future fuels
  • WinGD reveals hand on the next generation of greener engines
  • Excelerate FSRU newbuilding fixed for Chinese charter on yard delivery
  • 'Bored' Braemar brokers looking forward to office return
  • Video shows bunker tanker steaming into breakwater
  • Indian LPG imports on road to recovery despite continued lockdown
  • Keppel cancels rig deal after Awilco 'fails to make payment'
  • Mitsui OSK Lines to cut 40 vessels from fleet due to virus

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American Shipperweb site
JUNE 23, 2020
  • FourKites gives logistics aid organization a communications boost
    The American Logistics Aid Network says partnership with supply chain visibility platform facilitates contact between disaster relief organizations and ready-to-serve shippers, carriers and warehouses.
  • Triton aids Doctors Without Borders with branded reefer containers
    Maersk Container Industries donated services to apply artwork showcasing lifesaving work.
  • Supply chain's response to pandemic dominates annual 'State of Logistics Report'
    The annual "State of Logistics Report" by the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals finds a damaged but resilient industry in the wake of the...
  • DHL adds flight from LA to UK hub
    DHL Express continues to adjust its airline network amid changing shipper needs in the COVID era.
  • 'The whole world is watching'
    If all goes well, scientists will defy the longest of odds and bring to market a vaccine, or multiple vaccines, to defeat the novel coronavirus...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JUNE 23, 2020
  • August cargo cancellations at US LNG terminals push summer total over 100
    More than 40 LNG cargoes scheduled to be loaded in August at US export terminals were said to have been canceled by customers - similar to what was reported for July, market sources said.
  • NWE diesel paper at 13-week high on limited resupply, closed arb
    Northwest European 10 ppm diesel paper values have risen to a 13-week high on limited resupply due to refinery run cuts, a closed East/West arbitrage as well as a closing US arbitrage, but demand continues to lag despite the lifting of lockdowns in most European countries, sources said.
  • Crude climbs amid tightened supply and demand outlooks
    Crude futures edged higher June 22 as the market weighed a tightening global supply picture against uncertain demand outlooks amid a spike in COVID-19 cases around the world.
  • New York jet fuel faces supply-demand mismatch as outright prices surge
    East Coast jet fuel prices jumped to their highest level since early March June 23, as flights resumed operations, but a rare, lengthy premium for Colonial Pipeline barrels over Buckeye Pipeline showed a supply-demand mismatch has yet to be worked out.
  • Higher Brent crude prices squeezing refiners' margins: sources
    Higher Brent crude prices are leading to difficulties for refiners, as margins are being squeezed despite a marginal pick-up in end-user demand for oil products, market participants said.
  • Global carbon emissions from energy to plateau this decade: S&P Global Platts Analytics
    Global CO2 emissions from energy consumption are expected to hit a plateau this decade before starting to decline after 2035, according to S&P Global Platts Analytics Scenario Planning Service.

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