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

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Sched Netweb site
JULY 24, 2020
  • Yang Ming to boost fleet with three new 11,500 TEU vessels
  • Tianjin Port inks deal with Cosco to become regional port hub
  • CMA CGM levies rate hike peak season surcharge in August
  • US box imports slide 10pc in June, better performance by west coast ports
  • China-Africa trade down 20pc, hit from coronavirus in first half
  • Aussie parliament look into Australia-China trade reliance
  • Cathay Pacific delays Airbus deliveries, in advanced talks with Boeing
  • SF Airlines' freighter fleet hits 60
  • Airfreight rates tick up as passenger-freighters depart from the market

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Exim Indiaweb site
JULY 23, 2020
  • BDP International launches digital shipping platform
  • First movement of transit containers from Kolkata to Tripura via Chattogram Port achieves success
  • Protocol for repatriation of Indian seafarers amended
  • Shipwaves joins Maersk-IBM developed TradeLens platform
  • India seeks US preferential treatment on pharmaceutical exports in lieu of opening dairy & farm markets
  • Preferential trade agreement between India & the US suggested
  • Thirty pc export duty on iron ore pellets & ban on exports above 63 pc Fe sought
  • CCI approves acquisition of Krishnapatnam Port by APSEZ
  • Reduced approach channel draught at New Mangalore Port
  • Ministry invites suggestions on hydrogen-enriched CNG as automotive fuel
  • Smart logistics along with AI seen redefining supply chain excellence
  • New Form 26AS seen better facilitating taxpayers
  • New targets required for economic recovery post-pandemic, says report
  • GAC brings 3,000 Indian seafarers home
  • Sahil Seth, IRS, appointed Honorary Advisor Committee Member of BRICS CCI YOUNG LEADERS

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The Loadstarweb site
JULY 23, 2020
  • Strong demand sees carriers pile back capacity into east - west trades
  • Conversion market sees high demand for freighters as DHL orders four 767s
  • China-Europe rail service expands through UK as volumes double
  • Bangladesh starts work on Matarbari deep sea port
  • Will Urban joins Flexport as chief revenue officer
  • Gartner: 17% of chief supply chain officers are women
  • Walmart Plus: everything you need to know - except one thing
  • M&A radar: Rumoured JAS Worldwide sale tests M&A pulse

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Marine Logweb site
JULY 23, 2020
  • Carnival Cruise Line sells two, lays up two
    As its cruise operations remained on hold because of COVID-19, Carnival Cruise Line today announced new plans for its fleet that it says "will generate tremendous guest excitement once it resumes sailing."
  • CMS carries out first ever major overhaul of twin WingGD X-DF engines
    In an operation involving an LNG tanker anchored in the Sabine Pass, Texas, CSSC Marine Service Co (CMS) has completed the first ever major overhaul on two Winterthur Gas & Diesel (WinGD)
  • Crowley awarded MSC contract extension worth potential $450 million
    The U.S. Navy's Military Sealift Command has awarded Crowley Government Services, Jacksonville, Fla., a $24,070,898 contract extension to continue the operation and maintenance of five T-AGOS ocean surveillance ships and two T-AGM
  • New sulfur sniffing "nose in the sky" patrols Danish waters
    Demonstrating that authorities are taking enforcement of IMO 2020 seriously, a new sulfur sniffing drone has started checking the emissions from ships operating in Danish waters. Provided by the European Maritime Safety
  • NASSCO gets $10 million Navy contract mod for Bonhomme Richard dewatering and clean-up
    General Dynamics National Steel and Shipbuilding Co.(NASSCO), San Diego, Calif., has been awarded $10,000,000 for emergency firefighting support, dewatering, safety and initial clean-up efforts on the USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD-6), which was

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 23, 2020
  • Health screening failures threaten crew change cause
    Hong Kong shipping associations have advised their members to suspend crew changes amid a sharp increase in cases
  • China's congested ports boost floating storage as oil imports hit record
    Floating storage hits a record 311m barrels in June, and topped 300m barrels for four of the past seven weeks
  • Coronavirus: Hong Kong under pressure to suspend crew changes
    At least six vessels are said to be anchoring in Hong Kong waters under a 14-day quarantine period after infected...
  • Australia cracks down on container handling after spate of losses
    Poor adherence to Solas rules on container stowage behind box losses, says AMSA
  • Yard Talk | Tie a knot and hold on
    While the South Korean majors are being vexed by weaker prospects of liquefied natural gas carrier newbuildings, China's largest shipbuilding...
  • Box port throughput shows signs of stabilising
    First-half of the year volume figures indicate declines may not be as bad as feared
  • DP World set sights on Indian carrier Shreyas Shipping
    The deal, if successful, would be DP World's third acquisition in the container feeder segment in two years
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Singapore sees rising cases of coronavirus-infected crew | Seafarers disembark after months trapped on vessel | Low...
  • India eyes crude oil storage in US
    Tanker owners would enjoy a boost to tonne-miles if India imports US crude when domestic demand recovers
  • US port group's volumes decline 16.4%
    NWSA co-chairmen say 'we cannot afford to allow the usual "Seattle process" of chattering minds to create conversational delay in...
  • Fleet agrees LNG carrier management deal with GTT
    Fleet Management will leverage on GTT's expertise in design and technology in the newbuilding, and subsequent operation and maintenance of...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 23, 2020
  • Forward Air seeks door-to-door LTL density
  • Shipwaves engagement signals TradeLens' progress in India
  • COVID-19 tempers intermodal peak season optimism
  • 'No full recovery' in volume this year: Rotterdam
  • Chassis equipment issues reemerge at LA-LB port complex

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TradeWindsweb site
JULY 23, 2020
  • Golar keeps pushing into LNG infrastructure with Brazil terminal
  • American Club takes Spanish owner to court over abandoned ship
  • Scrubbers 'extremely misleading,' Seanergy CEO says
  • Maritime crime in Asia increases
  • Seaspan forks out $146m for boxship pair
  • PGS launches talks with banks to push back debt as Goldman Sachs buys stake
  • Crisis insurance launched as threats to shipping grow
  • Exceptional rally on transpacific comes to an end
  • JP Morgan executive joins Clarksons board of directors
  • Beazley improves profits in its marine lines
  • Engine builder MAN to sack 4,000 staff due to Covid-19
  • India eyes US strategic petroleum reserve for overseas crude storage

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American Shipperweb site
JULY 23, 2020
  • Amazon Air launches operations at new Florida hub
    Amazon cargo planes will make daily deliveries to and from the company's newest airport in Lakeland, Florida.
  • Hapag-Lloyd promising cargo loaded as booked
    Delivering on promise will mean fewer headaches and delays, container shipping line says.
  • American Airlines cargo revenue sinks, along with Q2 profit
    American Airlines' cargo revenue for the first half of the year was $277 million, or 37% lower than the first half of 2019.
  • COVID hits Southwest Airlines with $1.5B Q2 loss
    Southwest Airlines wrote its second-quarter results in red ink -- $1.5 billion to be exact. It is not alone. All airlines are suffering financially from...
  • Shipwaves goes with TradeLens information flow
    Developed by A.P. Møller - Maersk and IBM two years ago, the neutral platform was publishing 2 million events per day within a year and...
  • United Airlines: Least worst is best
    United Airlines lost $1.6 billion in the second quarter. Given that a pandemic has hammered passenger travel, that's relatively good. Company officials say maintaining capacity...
  • American Airlines suffers $2.7B Q2 loss from COVID-19
    American Airlines lands $2.7 billion pretax loss in second quarter.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 23, 2020
  • Suncor's refining flexibility helped to stem Q2 losses: CEO
    Company was able to quickly adjust its production of oil sands-derived synthetic crude to meet changing demand, cut capital spending.
  • Marine fuel price gap narrows across Chinese ports as supply ramps up
    Previously, suppliers imported LSFO, LSMGO in bulk from South Korea, Singapore.
  • Clean Arctic Alliance calls for switch to distillate shipping fuels
    Tackling black carbon emissions a priority to group.
  • Oil complex retreats as economic uncertainty clouds demand outlook
    US Labor Department data shows initial unemployment claims up 1.416 million week on week.
  • Port of Virginia container capacity expansion fails to stall drop in H1 volumes
    Total container throughput at the facilities centered on Norfolk fell to 1.27 million TEUs in January-June 2020.
  • Kuehne+Nagel's Q2 container traffic declines 11.7% on year
    In H1 2020, a clearly negative market environment translated to reduced shipping volumes, the company said.
  • UK government provides GBP350 million to help businesses decarbonize
    Some GBP 139 million is to be made available to 12 projects identified by the government's Industrial Decarbonization Challenge in April.
  • OIL FUTURES: Crude rises on coronavirus vaccine hopes
    The US government announced a contract with Pfizer and a German biotechnology company to supply 100 million doses of a vaccine by December.
  • Methanol bunkering set to jump after regulatory approval: Methanol Institute COO
    Interim guidelines for methanol bunkering debated, confirmed.

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