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06 December 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 08:53 GMT+1




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Exim Indiaweb site
OCTOBER 6, 2021
  • 12.5% of global capacity now unavailable
  • SCI's new Smile service connects key Middle East ports
  • Shipping industry sets out bold plan to global regulator to deliver net zero by 2050
  • APEDA flags off first export consignment of value-added products derived from jackfruit, passion fruit & nutmeg from Kerala to Australia
  • Palm oil imports more than double in Sept.
  • Chennai Port handles record volume of barytes in a single day
  • DP World ICTT Vallarpadam inaugurates solar power plant
  • Navlakhi maximum draught reduced
  • Global giant using bulk shipping vessels to transport materials
  • Maersk repositions large number of empty containers in India
  • GDP revised up to 9 pc
  • Scheme for Remission of Duties and Taxes on Exported Products (RoDTEP) w.e.f. 01.01.2021
  • Gujarat Junction 2021 to again facilitate personal interaction tomorrow in Gandhidham
  • Notification issued on incentives & disincentives pertaining to Vehicle Scrapping Policy

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International Transport Journalweb site
OCTOBER 7, 2021
  • Right time - different place
  • Canadian group incorporates twelfth haulier
  • India's online boom drives logistics business
  • Australian carrier orders diesel electric locos
  • Etihad Cargo finds Kenyan gateway into Africa
  • 100% owner of Port Americas
  • XPO Logistics picks Christine Robinne
  • 25 more "green" trucks for long-haul run
  • In Linz for a second time
  • Changing of the guard at Royal Terberg Group
  • Special cranes for Uruguay terminals
  • Combi Lift adds forwarding division
  • Industrial facilities on port land for sale
  • Rail to carry one out of five parcels
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Lynn C. Fritz in Logistics Hall of Fame
  • Another Irish lessor taps into freighter business
  • Bolloré expands network - in France

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The Loadstarweb site
OCTOBER 6, 2021
  • It's all going 'tits-up' at UK box ports and, despite what Boris says, we can't fix it
  • Jakarta government hooks up with carriers to bolster exports in capacity crisis
  • Letter from Bangladesh: direct air shipments to UK remain suspended
  • 'You can build in robustness, but that's just a nice word for overcapacity'
  • ICS injects more urgency into maritime climate change ambitions
  • TS Lines makes good on pledge to launch transpacific service
  • Against the odds: Hammered - DSV, Kuehne & M'rsk on mopeds
  • Marc Boileau joins FourKites as SVP of sales and carrier operations, EMEA

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Marine Logweb site
OCTOBER 6, 2021
  • AMO union officers in Boston command autonomous tugboat's voyage around Denmark
    In a first between a maritime union and an autonomous technology company, American Maritime Officers (AMO) has entered into a labor agreement with Sea Machines Robotics, the leading developer of autonomous command
  • LA Councilmember calls on shippers to use zero emissions ships by 2030
    Los Angeles Councilmember Nithya Raman yesterday introduced a resolution calling on Los Angeles' top maritime importers - including Walmart, Ashley Furniture, Target, Dole, Home Depot, Chiquita, IKEA, Amazon, Samsung, Nike, LG, Redbull,
  • Methanol-fueling pioneer Marinvest acquired by new JV
    Clean Sea Transport has acquired 100% of the shares in Marinvest AB and its managed fleet of five modern dual-fuel methanol carriers and four LR1 ice class 1A product tankers. The methanol
  • ICS sets out path to net zero by 2050
    The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has submitted a proposal to the International Maritime Organization (IMO), detailing urgent measures that governments need to take to help shipping achieve net zero CO2 emissions
  • Robert Allan unveils design for methanol-fueled CTV
    With support from the U.K. based Carbon Trust and its Offshore Wind Accelerator program, Vancouver, B.C., based naval architecture firm Robert Allan Ltd. has developed a design for a methanol-fueled RAptor 2400

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Lloyd's Listweb site
OCTOBER 6, 2021
  • LNG freight rates surge as energy crunch consumes Europe
    Freight derivatives signal that rates are unlikely to reach records in excess of the $250,000 per day seen in the...
  • Few signs of peak season volume growth
    Volume growth on most trades is easing, even compared with the past year's pandemic-constrained figures. But congestion-related capacity cuts keep...
  • Bulker crew replaced after drugs find
    French authorities have found more than a tonne of cocaine stashed in the hold of a German-owned bulk carrier. Reports...
  • UK ruling overturns understanding on shipyard guarantees
    'Whether a guarantee is a see-to-it guarantee or a demand guarantee can be crucial to get right in the drafting...
  • Coal trades net boost amid power shortages
    China's need for coal has resulted in a shipment from Kazakhstan carried on a capesize. Elsewhere, there are reports that...
  • Zim joins digital freight forwarding fraternity
    Carriers are increasingly looking to fulfil the logistics services required by their customers. Zim's Ship4wd subsidiary will serve smaller US...
  • Weekly Briefing: Container capacity crunch continues | King coal rides again | Opec freezes tanker green shoots
    Port plays are all well and good, but pent-up demand for goods is likely to see the supply chain working...
  • West Fixed sees 40% jump in entered tonnage
    Focus on small ships and inland craft of up to 10,000 gt - typically including tugs, barges, dredgers, ro-ros, fishing...
  • Signal Ocean launches module for dry bulk
    Using patented algorithms and AI, a new platform provides users with 'actionable insights' into the freight market
  • Prime movers answer the call
    Exclusive Lloyd's List Intelligence data underlines that, despite the coronavirus shock, Greek shipping's contribution to serving the needs of global...
  • Supply chain chaos to bolster carrier finances through 2022
    Any normalisation of the supply chain is looking further away each day. Even with a slowdown in demand, freight rates...
  • Stolt-Nielsen bullish on chemical tankers
    Stolt-Nielsen's chief executive says a strengthening chemical tanker market is 'just a matter of time'. The company has added six...
  • Providing a lot more than tonnage
    Interunity Group has come a long way from being a traditional type of Greece-based shipmanagement outfit and is looking to...
  • Risks and opportunities of keeping US tariffs on Chinese goods
    US tariffs at a time of high domestic inflation raise the risk of stalling box shipping demand. But the decision...
  • Making leadership look easy
    Greek shipping remains as ready and resilient as ever in adapting to whatever the markets throw at it, but appears...
  • Daily Briefing
    UN calls for more robust monitoring of subterfuge shipping | Opec casts doubt on refinery dislocation as tonne-mile driver |...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
OCTOBER 6, 2021
  • Truckload spot rates inland from Los Angeles keep rising
  • Growing share of US imports arriving on MPV/HL ships amid capacity crunch
  • Air cargo capacity fills up ahead of Asia-Europe peak season
  • LA-LB ports urge top retailers to use extended gates
  • Zim unveils trans-Pacific digital forwarding subsidiary
  • Further inaction on 'chassis problem' not an option

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TradeWindsweb site
OCTOBER 6, 2021
  • Baltic Capesize Index breaks 10,000 points in sizzling dry bulk market
  • Hanjin Heavy returns after seven years with $260m containership order
  • Maersk and Trafigura linked to John Kerry climate pledge
  • Third quarter sees most Bangladesh shipbreaking deaths ever
  • Frontline's Barstad says charterers may have to break 'radio silence' on cargoes
  • In sickness and in wealth: How Covid supercharged the box boom
  • China still hungry for coal - but don't expect import ban to end
  • KKR launches $830m Ocean Yield takeover as most bondholders approve deal
  • Signal Ocean extends AI data platform to dry bulk markets
  • Australia bans Singapore bulker for 'serious and shameful' MLC breach
  • Cocaine found hidden in hold of Minship bulk carrier in France
  • Stolt-Nielsen says chemical tanker recovery is 'just a matter of time'
  • Court rules Prysmian ripped off Salt's cable-layer design to save $6m at Vard
  • Shanghai Vasteast bulker nabbed in Malaysian campaign against illegal anchoring
  • Afai starts work on China's 'first' purpose-built crew transfer catamaran
  • China's Rosco has new stab at selling bulker tonnage

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American Shipperweb site
OCTOBER 6, 2021
  • OceanWaves: Cargo crisis, lack of transport workers causing critical delays
    The ongoing supply chain crisis and lack of seafarers is leading to a global shortage of key commodities, Salvatore R. Mercogliano, an associate professor of...
  • OceanWaves: Why aren't ports 100% digitally connected?
    Ports around the world often suffer from digital communication blackouts, inhibiting the real-time tracking of trade flows.
  • OceanWaves: How to navigate the port congestion minefield
    Shipping Asia-U.S. via regular ocean service and rail? "I would bet your goods will not arrive in time for Christmas," says Flexport's Nerijus Poskus.
  • OceanWaves: Building a resilient supply chain
    FreightWaves' Anthony Smith talks about the ways shippers are building reliant supply chains with Nate Shutes, VP of global fulfillment and logistics at Blu Dot,...
  • OceanWaves: Driving accountability in contract performance
    NYSHEX can help untrusting shippers and carriers find common ground to improve contract performance.
  • Freight economist to government: Stay out of ocean shipping mess
    Ports and inland transportation connections are choking on ocean imports. A top economist says don't blame ocean carriers.
  • OceanWaves: How Amazon aggregator Perch finds shipping capacity
    Amazon aggregator Perch's international transportation manager John Esborn explains how the company secures shipping capacity during FreightWaves' OceanWaves Summit.
  • OceanWaves: Los Angeles port boss lays out congestion-fighting plan
    Los Angeles is at the front line of the port congestion crisis. Its executive director outlines his strategy to clear anchorages.
  • OceanWaves: What does congestion really mean for global trade?
    "If I'm optimistic, you're looking six months into the future" before congestion and capacity challenges start to subside, says Vespucci Maritime CEO Lars Jensen.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
OCTOBER 6, 2021
  • Winson Group denies allegations it supplied oil to North Korea
    The statement sought to refute claims published in the UN Panel of Experts' Midterm Report dated Sept. 8, 2021.
  • LNG seen having key role in energy transition despite record high prices
    Stabilizing LNG supply and prices will be essential for global economic growth, Hosaka said at a conference.
  • ADNOC's Japanese blue ammonia deals seen vying with Saudi Arabia, Australia's green projects
    Aramco and ADNOC are likely to use their connections to woo investments to their blue ammonia projects.
  • Bunkering demand firms in Hong Kong as ships divert from China during holiday
    Bunkering operations continue at the major ports of Zhoushan and Shanghai, but availability has tightened.
  • Singapore delivered LSMGO bunker differential at 2-year high amid gains upstream
    "Due to the wide differential, the optionality to switch clearly leans toward the cheaper Marine Fuel 0.5%S than LSMGO for buyers' in-port consumption," a Singapore-based bunker supplier said.




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