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Exim Indiaweb site
DECEMBER 30, 2020
  • MSC enhances connection between India & West Africa
  • DGTR recommends extension of anti-dumping duty on carbon black from China, Russia
  • Cabinet Committee approves project to facilitate handling of Capesize vessels at Paradip Port
  • CIL to construct additional railway sidings
  • Dachser organises vaccine logistics in Berlin
  • Ministry of Ports, Shipping & Waterways highlights progressive policy interventions & new initiatives in year-end review
  • Boost in global commodity prices due to Covid vaccine roll-out
  • New Year 2021 brings a ray of hope & optimism for the exporting community: FIEO President
  • Single window approval amongst ministries likely by March-April 2021
  • Cabinet clears key infrastructure projects

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The Loadstarweb site
DECEMBER 30, 2020
  • A look back at 2020 - the year that container supply chains collapsed

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Marine Logweb site
DECEMBER 30, 2020
  • Smiles beneath the masks at FSG keel laying ceremony
    North German shipbuilder Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft (FSG) has laid the keel for a 210 meter Type 4100 RO/RO ferry. And it's a safe bet that, under the masks, there were smiles on the
  • VIDEO: Golden Ray responders well into second cut
    The St. Simons Sound Incident response team is now well into the cut that will separate the stern section of the capsized car carrier Golden Ray. Meantime, the bow section of the
  • Navigator Gas vessel is first to load at new Houston Ship Channel ethylene export terminal
    Enterprise Products Partners L.P. (NYSE:EPD) and Navigator Holdings Ltd. (NYSE: NVGS) report that the 21,000-cubic-meter ethylene carrier Navigator Atlas, recently became the first vessel to utilize a new 30,000-ton refrigerated ethylene storage
  • VIDEO: How USACE balances Cumberland River Basin water demand
    A newly released video highlights how water is managed in the Cumberland River Basin in support of flood risk management, commercial navigation, hydropower production, water supply, environmental stewardship, and recreational opportunities. The
  • Saltchuk Marine expands harbor ship assist operations
    Yesterday we reported that Centerline Logistics has acquired Saltchuk Marine's California ship bunkering business. It seems that was not the whole of the story. Saltchuk Marine has acquired Centerline Logistics' harbor ship
  • Navy issues RFP for Snakehead underwater drone
    The Navy's Program Executive Office Unmanned and Small Combatants (PEO USC) reports that the Navy has released a request for proposals (RFP) on for the design, development, and fabrication of the LargeSmiles beneath the masks at FSG keel laying ceremony
  • VIDEO: Golden Ray responders well into second cut
    The St. Simons Sound Incident response team is now well into the cut that will separate the stern section of the capsized car carrier Golden Ray. Meantime, the bow section of the
  • Navigator Gas vessel is first to load at new Houston Ship Channel ethylene export terminal
    Enterprise Products Partners L.P. (NYSE:EPD) and Navigator Holdings Ltd. (NYSE: NVGS) report that the 21,000-cubic-meter ethylene carrier Navigator Atlas, recently became the first vessel to utilize a new 30,000-ton refrigerated ethylene storage
  • VIDEO: How USACE balances Cumberland River Basin water demand
    A newly released video highlights how water is managed in the Cumberland River Basin in support of flood risk management, commercial navigation, hydropower production, water supply, environmental stewardship, and recreational opportunities. The
  • Saltchuk Marine expands harbor ship assist operations
    Yesterday we reported that Centerline Logistics has acquired Saltchuk Marine's California ship bunkering business. It seems that was not the whole of the story. Saltchuk Marine has acquired Centerline Logistics' harbor ship
  • Navy issues RFP for Snakehead underwater drone
    The Navy's Program Executive Office Unmanned and Small Combatants (PEO USC) reports that the Navy has released a request for proposals (RFP) on for the design, development, and fabrication of the Large

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Lloyd's Listweb site
DECEMBER 30, 2020
  • Small steps to digitalisation making a big difference at smaller ports
    The marineM platform automates maritime operations for ports, towage and workboat operators. The port network of major Indonesian port operator Pelindo...
  • Trafigura backs Russia's NSR crude push
    The deal will grant Trafigura access to output from two large oil clusters that are expected to start exporting crude...
  • World Shipping Council shrugs off criticism by US regulators
    'Despite ocean carriers taking multiple simultaneous steps in those parts of the network over which carriers have some control, the...
  • Shipping prepared for IMO2021, says BIMCO
    BIMCO says the industry is coming round to the threat of cyber attacks with owners well prepared for the IMO2021...
  • Death to 2020, reasons to be cheerful 2021
    Covid-19 vaccines are getting rolled out, a Brexit deal is finally done, and free trade will be back in fashion...
  • Transpacific freight rates soar as US import boom continues
    The surge in rates for moving containerised merchandise from Asia to the US coincides with severe congestion at the major...
  • Foresight focuses on growing drilling business
    With oil exploration declining and majors moving out of the space, that provides an opportunity for a 'medium and nimble-sized'...
  • DSME scraps $770m containership orders
    Vessels were scheduled to begin delivery from October 2022. The price tag of more than $128m per ship and broker...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: What does the Brexit deal mean for shipping? | Cargo surge clogs Californian supply chains | Argentina's...
  • Pan Ocean bags charter for third newbuild LNG tanker
    With the announcement of this latest term charter Pan Ocean has taken another step forward in building up its LNG...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
DECEMBER 30, 2020
  • Former executives among activist investors buying Forward Air stock
  • New shipbroker to specialize in breakbulk, heavy-lift market
  • Chicago turn times tick up as cargo flows spike
  • Carriers eye operating gains from JNPT's terminal privatization
  • Procurement digitization helping shippers adapt to pandemic-altered market

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TradeWindsweb site
DECEMBER 30, 2020
  • Fjord Line poaches top man from rival DFDS
  • South Korean liner operators prodded by government to form K-Alliance
  • Maran Tankers sells 20-year-old VLCC amid clear-out of older ships
  • MSC closes gap on Maersk as smaller carriers climb the capacity rankings
  • Bocomm Leasing splashes $900m on ultra-large containership newbuildings
  • NYK Line gets boxship bonus but reveals dry bulk losses
  • Reederei Nord and Primorsk port settle allision row for $7.2m
  • Yangzijiang nets orders for ultra-large containerships and LNG-tank carriers worth $350m
  • Shell extends charter of FPSO Espirito Santo for further five years
  • Virgo Shipping buys Ezion Holdings liftboat for $22m

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American Shipperweb site
DECEMBER 30, 2020
  • Russia ships Sputnik vaccine to Argentina on passenger jet
    Russia is shipping its COVID-19 vaccine to several countries, including Argentina.
  • Amazon partner ABX Air reaches labor peace with pilots
    The Teamsters union has patched things up with one of Amazon's main air transport providers. Talks remain stalled with the other cargo airline.
  • 3 C's see Port of New York and New Jersey through 2020
    The Port of New York and New Jersey is committed to fluid operations during cargo surges.
  • Biden names supply chain coordinator to COVID-19 response team
    Former FEMA official Tim Manning will coordinate COVID-19 supply chain management in Biden White House

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
DECEMBER 30, 2020
  • European VLSFO cracks hit nine-month high despite poor demand
    The 0.5%S European marine fuel cracks hit nine-month highs on Dec. 29 despite weak demand through December.
  • S Korea 0.5%S marine fuel premium hits three-month high on tight supply
    Tight product availability led the South Korea 0.5%S marine fuel premium over FOB Singapore 10 ppm gasoil cargo for delivery at Busan/Ulsan to rise to a three-month high at $24.50/mt Dec. 29, S&P Global Platts data showed.
  • Buckeye completes second deepwater dock at South Texas Gateway; first VLCC births
    Buckeye Partners' South Texas Gateway project in Corpus Christi saw the completion of its second deepwater dock on Dec. 30, as well as the arrival of the first VLCC tanker to berth at the terminal, the company said Dec. 30.
  • Singapore's Jan LSFO arbitrage inflow from West seen lower than Dec by traders
    Singapore is expected to receive about 2 million mt of low sulfur fuel oil from the West in January, down from the 2.5 million-3 million mt estimated for December, fuel oil traders said Dec. 30.
  • Fujairah oil product stocks steady as year-end trading slows
    Oil product inventories at the UAE port of Fujairah remained relatively stable in the week to Dec. 28, drawing just 53,000 barrels, or 0.2%, from the previous week, the latest data from the Fujairah Oil Industry Zone showed.
  • FEATURE: Global LNG to continue growth trajectory in 2021 but at slower pace
    The LNG market enters 2021 with reports of a South Korean company planning to use LNG-cooled warehouses for bulk storage of COVID-19 vaccines as conventional cold distribution chains could be stretched.
  • REFINERY NEWS ROUNDUP: Lower runs at China's refineries, higher in Japan
    China's crude throughput fell slightly in December due to some maintenance works toward the year-end, the latest industry data and information collected by S&P Global Platts showed.
  • FEATURE: Strength in Latin heavy sour crudes may prove short-lived
    Following a historically strong second half of 2020, heavy sour crudes from Latin America may face headwinds as refined product demand normalizes following the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Bangladesh to cut HSFO imports further in Jan 2021 on lower demand from utilities
    Bangladesh plans to cut imports of high sulfur fuel oil in January 2021 from December 2020 due to lower consumption at HSFO-fired power plants following cooler temperatures, industry sources said in the week started Dec. 27.
  • OIL FUTURES: Rally extends amid larger-than-expected US crude draw, export surge
    Oil futures settled higher Dec. 30 on the heels of a larger-than-expected US inventory draw.






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