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Exim Indiaweb site
JULY 27, 2020
  • Australian Maritime Safety Authority in focused inspection campaign targeting cargo securing arrangements on container ships
  • Ice-breaking LNG carrier makes first call in Japan on Northern Sea route voyage
  • Kiel Canal dues suspended till year-end
  • Milaha expands partnership with Microsoft to drive operational excellence & transform supply chain industry
  • MSC strengthens short sea & intermodal offering for Italian cargo market
  • New cargo terminal at Port of Townsville
  • New entity to become primary custodian of all of Abu Dhabi's waterways
  • Strict adherence to crew change protocols stressed
  • Govt invites views from stakeholders to review existing exemptions of Customs
  • Oilseeds imports see surge
  • Registration of MEIS scrips for shipping bills with LEO 01.04.2020 onwards at Customs Ports
  • Mumbai Port Trust now 100 pc on API with PCS1x
  • Port of Rotterdam fully operational in first half of 2020; Covid-19 pandemic depresses cargo throughput
  • Division of SR establishes BDU for freight
  • DP World to acquire 60 pc shareholding in South Korean firm UNICO Logistics
  • Ranjit Ray of DP World appointed National Contact Point of World FZO for India
  • India & UK affirm commitment to FTA
  • India can attract global supply chains, says US Secretary of State
  • UK govt allows Multimodal & other business exhibitions

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International Transport Journalweb site
JULY 28, 2020
  • The price is never on ice

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The Loadstarweb site
JULY 27, 2020
  • Carriers have weathered the Covid storm, suggests OOCL trading update
  • Rival air cargo booking platforms expand to keep pace with demand
  • Operators hiding transport emissions are delaying a 'greener' transport industry
  • DP World to take a 60% stake in South Korean forwarder Unico
  • Canadian rail carriers take a hit from Covid, but CN and CP are bullish on H2
  • 'E-highways' could slash UK road freight emissions, says study
  • Conf call redux: Kuehne + Nagel - Now 'optimally variabilised', M&A strategy unchanged

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Marine Logweb site
JULY 27, 2020
  • Australia bans Marmaras Navigation bulker for failing to pay crew
    The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) today banned the Liberian-flagged bulk carrier Agia Sofia from Australian ports for six months. AMSA inspected the ship at Hay Point in Mackay on Saturday July
  • Resolve Marine frees ice-bound platform barge off Alaska shoreline
    When a platform barge used to support gold mining operations grounded in shallow water west of Nome Harbor back in April, Resolve Marine Alaska mobilized teams and resources in response Response teams
  • ABS and Samsung Heavy move ahead on 3D model based surveys
    Classification society ABS and shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) have signed a new joint development program (JDP) agreement to develop 3D model-based surveys. The signing of the new agreement follows development of
  • Gulf Island orders MacGregor solutions for T-ATS
    MacGregor, part of Cargotec, has secured an order to provide deck handling solutions for two T-ATS class vessels to be built at Gulf Island Shipyards LLC, a subsidiary of Gulf Island Fabrication
  • VIDEO: COVID-19, hurricane concerns force pause in Golden Ray removal ops
    The St. Simons Sound Incident Unified Command working on the salvage of the capsized car carrier Golden Ray announced a pause in removal operations during an online media conference June 24. The

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 27, 2020
  • Achim Boehme, chief executive of Lomar Shipping, dies at 56
    Banking and maritime veteran led Lomar through expansion and modernisation
  • Owners rebuke crewing agents and airlines as stranded seafarers rise
    Significant bottlenecks include airlines' unwillingness to make flights available between shipping destinations, as well as health and immigration authorities who...
  • Crew change crisis all at sea in search of a global solution
    A technical manager, arranging for the replacement of a ship's entire crew, describes the 'nightmare' of trying to find a...
  • Diana eyes further vessel disposals as losses widen
    Proceeds from the vessel sales would be kept in reserve, used to pare down debt, or buy back shares, company...
  • DP World expands with majority stake in logistics operator
    Terminal operator takes next steps in vertical consolidation of supply chain
  • HPH Trust feels impact of China manufacturing shutdown
    Pandemic volume slump hits revenues and profits at Pearl River delta terminal operator
  • Marmaras rejects allegation of 'shameful' crew pay policy
    The outstanding sum will be paid in cash today, company insists
  • Shipbreaking case has consequences for liability
    'This is a tortious civil case, but this sort of scenario has already been envisaged by the EU, and this...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Cargo owners' muscle needed to get seafarers home | Singapore prioritises certain crew change applications | Corporate...
  • Westports warns of slow return to global consumption
    The adverse effects of the global pandemic on employment and income levels will curtail consumption and overall economic recovery, and...
  • Bumper grain harvest could offer opportunities
    Stifel analyst Benjamin Nolan believes there is likely to be some strength in rates for the smaller ships from September until...
  • Blanking sailings boosts OOCL's revenue despite reduced volume
    While loadable capacity decreased by 6.4%, average revenue per teu increased by 5.9%
  • First LNG cargo delivered via northern sea route to Japan
    The cargo delivery, which took place last week, marks another step forward to fulfilling northern sea route's promise to shorten...
  • Hong Kong halts crew changes for non-cargo operation vessels
    Retightening of crew change policies comes after mounting public pressure on the government to enhance its border control measures in...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 27, 2020
  • CN, CSX face short-line rail barrier to faster joint intermodal service
  • Forwarders helping shippers adapt to rapidly changing e-commerce demands
  • North America container imports from Europe slow as capacity tightens
  • JOC Uncharted: US ports step up calls for short-term stimulus
  • Latest Montreal strike longer and impacts all container handling

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TradeWindsweb site
JULY 27, 2020
  • Deutsche Bank expects Scorpio Tankers debt cut after earnings
  • Costamare sees markets improving amid flurry of chartering activity
  • Higher products exports from China amid flooding support MR rates
  • UK sanctions guidance a 'gentler touch' than the US
  • New York maritime law community mourns George Freehill
  • Armed robbers board offshore support vessel off Mexico
  • Diana Shipping tweaks debt arrangements amid uncertain times
  • Cleaves expects tanker scrapping to be a 'substantial factor' in 2021 and 2022
  • Bullish yards in Pakistan offer higher recycling prices
  • Profits rise for Samudera despite fall in cargo movement
  • KSS Line seals loans for two VLGC newbuildings despite difficult financing market
  • Gallagher predicts P&I clubs will seek even higher rate rises
  • Britain's legendary Swan Hellenic Cruises gets a reboot
  • Japan Marine United shipyard workers caught in new Covid-19 cluster
  • Troubled Angelakos panamax bulker sold in demolition deal
  • Asia needs expert witness forum to challenge London's legal edge
  • Hyundai Heavy Industries fined for unfair trade practices
  • Crew changes become more complicated in Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore
  • Kim Heng doubles-down on offshore recovery with more acquisitions
  • Meet Singapore's new minister of transport

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American Shipperweb site
JULY 27, 2020
  • Savannah volume down just 1% and total tonnage a record
    "Cargo volume reductions related to COVID-19 were offset by the strength of our export markets and record volumes earlier in the year," says GPA Executive...
  • Robinhood's topsy-turvy Top 10 shipping stocks data reveals what retail traders are buying and when. The question is: Why?
  • OOCL second-quarter revenues up, volumes down
    Orient Overseas Container Line briefly outlines performance for the second quarter and first six months of 2020.
  • DP World volumes decrease, portfolio increases
    "This outperformance once again demonstrates that we are in the right locations, and a focus on origin and destination cargo will continue to deliver the...
  • Career Tracks: Virgin Hyperloop hires CFO
    Raja Narayanan joins industry disrupter "at this pivotal time where the world is adapting to the new normal."
  • Maritime History Notes: When US intercoastal lumber trade floated fleets
    By the start of the 1900s, about 40 U.S.-flag ships were operated by the country's lumber titans, proving to the industry at the time that...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 27, 2020
  • Asia residue fuel market - Key market indicators this week
    The expectations of fewer August arbitrage cargoes in Singapore as well as supply cuts have led to a slight uptick in Asian low sulfur fuel oil margins, with trading sentiment more bullish from the week prior.
  • ICE LSGO futures net speculative length reaches 6-month high
    Speculative net long positions in ICE low sulfur gasoil futures rose 12,540 contracts to 66,280 in the week to July 21, according to ICE data, the highest net length in managed money since January 21.
  • EC seeks views on updating EU taxes to boost low-carbon fuels, EVs
    The European Commission is seeking views on how to update the EU's energy taxation rules to align them with the bloc's goal to be carbon-neutral by 2050 and reduce implicit subsidies for fossil fuels.
  • Panama Canal increases Neopanamax Locks maximum draft to 48 ft
    The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has announced an increase of the maximum authorized draft for ships voyaging through the Neopanamax Locks to 48 ft, or 14.63 meters, effective July 25.
  • OIL FUTURES: Crude rises on weaker US dollar, GOP stimulus plan
    Crude prices edged higher July 27 as a weakened US dollar offset renewed demand growth concerns.
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