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06 December 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 09:35 GMT+1

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Exim Indiaweb site
OCTOBER 7, 2021
  • Increasing support for eradicating piracy in Gulf of Guinea
  • Coffee exports up 25 pc
  • Handicrafts exports surge
  • Wheat exports seen quadrupling
  • Cargo volumes at Indian ports largely back to pre-Covid levels
  • Draught at Kerala's non-major ports to be increased
  • Dry bulk cargo berth at Haldia Dock likely to be run by APSEZ
  • HAROPA PORT installs Shore Tension' to offer optimum vessel service
  • ZIM establishes new digital freight forwarding company
  • Extension of RoDTEP Scheme to SEZs & EoUs planned to make SEZs more investor-friendly: Special Secretary, Department of Commerce
  • India's growth seen at over 7 pc annually this decade
  • GlobeStar Logistics completes 7 years of successful operations
  • P. L. Haranadh takes charge as PPT Chairman

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International Transport Journalweb site
OCTOBER 8, 2021
  • Technology is trumps
  • New terminal for trans-Eurasian railfreight
  • Record order for electric trucks from Denmark
  • Delays eating up capacity
  • TACHOfresh welcomes Klaus Burgstaller
  • When the chemistry in Chennai is right
  • Partners charter AN-124 for Dubai Expo 2020
  • 500 PS for heaviest tasks
  • Towards tarmac automation
  • Leman picks Bo Lindberg Andersen
  • More sustainability at Port of Cork
  • LIS targets Scandinavia
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Port of Savannah's expansion project
  • Schuon: more responsibility for executive staff
  • Dubai Airport and Servy launch joint service
  • Diving to recover crashed freighter
  • eActros trucks on trial in South Tyrol

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The Loadstarweb site
OCTOBER 7, 2021
  • Shipper hopes dashed with prediction of no supply chain recovery before Q4 22
  • Extra air cargo from China creates even more US supply chain bottlenecks
  • DHL hikes rates to US clients to fund its Americas expansion
  • Hapag-Lloyd denies its box ship caused rupture in oil pipeline
  • South Korea amends Shipping Act, but too late to avert heavy fines on carriers
  • Confidence and optimism in UK logistics surprisingly hits new heights
  • Growing Caribou brings in Gary Howden as commercial director
  • Supply chain radar: UK government taps Premium to solve truck driver snafu
  • Under the radar: Q&A with Samskip CEO - M&A-driven 'network expansion strategy'

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Marine Logweb site
OCTOBER 7, 2021
  • Crowley Maritime opens Rhode Island office
    Crowley Maritime Corporation and Rhode Island Gov. Dan McKee today announced the opening of the company's new Rhode Island office to advance the development and operation of offshore wind energy installations. The
  • VIDEO: Unifeeder short sea ship bunkers with biofuel
    Netherlands-based sustainable biofuels pioneer GoodFuels and international feeder and shortsea company Unifeeder recently completed their first bunkering of sustainable marine biofuel in the Port of Rotterdam. Under this new partnership, the shortsea
  • FERRIES 2021: Contactless ticketing and lessons learned
    Marine Log's FERRIES 2021 conference is set to kick-off in just over a month as the first in-person ferry event in over 18 months. The event will take place November 9-10 on
  • TT-Line RoPax duo to have Kongsberg Maritime propulsion and steering
    Finnish shipyard Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC) has awarded Kongsberg Maritime a contract to deliver the propulsion and steering equipment for the two new car and passenger ferries on order at the yard
  • ACBL agrees $5.25 million settlement in resource damage case
    A 2008 oil spill from an American Commercial Barge Line vessel is continuing to prove expensive for the Jeffersonville, Indiana-based company. The U.S. Department of Justice reports that, to resolve federal and
  • Silver Ships books $8.2 million order for Navy and USCG boats
    Theodore, Ala., based Silver Ships Inc. reports that it was recently awarded an $8.2 million delivery order as a result of being awarded a firm-fixed-price indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) single award

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Lloyd's Listweb site
OCTOBER 7, 2021
  • Why shipping's net zero consensus is about to become a political bargaining chip
    With EU states now pushing for net zero by 2050 there are now 45 states that could theoretically command a...
  • Shipping needs a new code of conduct on seafarer rights
    The pandemic and crew crisis only reinforce need for fairer treatment of the two million men and women without whom...
  • What 200 years of history reveals for Greece and Cyprus
    Our Special Report takes a deep dive into how Greece and Cyprus reached their towering position in maritime trade, and...
  • China's slowing property sector may hit bulker demand
    Maritime Strategies International explores the impact on dry bulk demand from China's slowing property sector, with all construction-related commodities likely...
  • TEN confirms first LNG-powered tanker order with aframaxes at Daehan
    TEN's order for up to six dual-fuelled aframaxes is backed by long-term charters with the end-user, understood to be Norway's...
  • High prices and few options slow boxship sales
    After surging to record levels during the second quarter, the S&P market has eased back. But deals for some segments...
  • Greece & Cyprus 2021: Shipping and independence celebrate their kinship
    The 200-year anniversary of the outbreak of the war of independence provides yet another reminder that Greek shipping's adaptability has...
  • Greece & Cyprus 2021: Ready to set a new course
    Cyprus shipping deputy minister Vassilios Demetriades promises that an upcoming strategy will establish 'a positive agenda' for the country's shipping...
  • Scorpio Tankers among buyers of methanol pioneer
    'We intend to be at the forefront of the shipping industry's transition to clean fuels. Our platform will offer charterers...
  • Greece & Cyprus 2021: 'Passionate about keeping high standards'
    The Cyprus flag is deserving of greater support from owners for many reasons, say some of its leading users
  • Confidence returns to UK logistics sector
    Having seen off the worst of the pandemic, logistics operators are looking to invest in value-added services for growth. But...
  • Marine tech start-up raises $2.5m for expansion
    Company also launched a new solution that provides a 'holistic way' to see how decisions around shore-based operations, flight bookings...
  • LA container terminal rumoured to be up for sale
    Private equity firms EQT Infrastructure and P5 Infrastructure acquired a 90% stake in the 292-acre facility in 2017 from CMA...
  • Daily Briefing
    Coal trades net boost amid power shortages | Risks and opportunities of keeping US tariffs on Chinese goods | LNG...
  • Australia bans Singapore-flagged bulker for crew violations
    The bulker, owned by Grace Ocean Investment of Hong Kong and managed by Philippines-based Bright Star Shipmanagement, had seafarers with...
  • Boxship order spree helps Hanjin Heavy return to market
    A surge in containership newbuilding activity has led to a spillover of orders from the top-tier shipyards to their smaller...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
OCTOBER 7, 2021
  • Empty container problems mount again for NY-NJ truckers
  • NS boxcar service offering LCL capacity draws STB praise
  • MPV/HL charter rates up 137 percent since October 2020: Toepfer
  • Easing trans-Pacific trade, spot rates temporary and fragile
  • Container shipping profits in 2021-2022 to hit $300 billion: Drewry
  • Warehouse woes driven by labor shortage, not capacity scarcity: economist

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TradeWindsweb site
OCTOBER 7, 2021
  • Safe Bulkers fetches second three-year fixture in four days
  • Stolt Tankers in talks with clients over $25m carbon pricing bill
  • Stolt Tankers IPO on the cards but fish spin-off binned for now
  • BW's Cadeler lines up deal to install 48 wind turbines for Orsted
  • Bumper profits could propel CMA CGM to investment grade rating
  • Yantian Express master: 'When your ship is on fire, you can't just go to bed'
  • Honey, I shrunk the fleet: AHTS shipowners ramp up rates in tight market
  • When Covid met Brexit: How European shortsea operators rode out the storm
  • EMGS says $2.1m at risk after government shuts down Mexican bank
  • Golar LNG refinances convertible bond with new $300m issue
  • West P&I club warns of compromised cover over Sierra Leone cargoes
  • South Korea's SM Line looks to raise $710m from Seoul IPO
  • MSea and Scorpio venture targets methanol containerships and bulkers
  • China's Qingdao Beihai scores CMB order for more bulker newbuildings
  • Eastmed extends tanker resale spree in South Korea
  • Abu Dhabi Ports seeks gender-balanced board as potential listing looms
  • Bureau Veritas opens centre of excellence in Singapore
  • Saudi price cut signals more crude to be shipped overseas, Clarksons Platou says
  • Eastern Pacific inks $240m deal for containership trio in China
  • Chinese dry player EGPN makes tanker debut with VLCC acquisition

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American Shipperweb site
OCTOBER 7, 2021
  • Biden administration pushing shippers, carriers to expand operating hours
    Biden's port czar outlines a 90-day plan to expand operating hours along the U.S. supply chain.
  • Yet another worry: Price of ship fuel is now highest since 2014
    Cost of fuel consumed by container ships, bulkers and tankers is effectively at a seven-year high.
  • Hapag-Lloyd CEO: 'We are probably in the peak of the problems'
    Yes, despite the headaches, the ocean carriers are making boatloads of money.
  • Southern Illinois inland port project seeks to become logistics hub player
    Officials say a proposed inland port near where the Mississippi and Ohio rivers meet will have ample capacity to serve Midwest customers seeking export access...
  • Industry groups say ending China tariffs would offset supply chain pain
    If you thought President Joe Biden would quickly reverse Trump's controversial trade policy toward China, guess again. U.S. importers aren't happy.
  • E-methanol: Missing piece to shipping's decarbonization puzzle?
    Captured carbon dioxide and green hydrogen are combined to make e-methanol. Sweden-based Liquid Wind has big plans for this alternative shipping fuel.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
OCTOBER 7, 2021
  • Japan to consider fuel ammonia pricing mechanism concept, contract terms in a year
    "Japan is earnest about using ammonia as a power generation fuel in order to achieve carbon neutrality," Hirose said.
  • Crude, product prices not impacted by oil spill offshore California
    VTS advised the spill was south of the transit lanes and is not affecting ships arriving or departing.
  • FUJAIRAH DATA: Oil product stocks climb to 4-week high as heavy distillates jump 22%
    Bunker sales were disrupted at Fujairah over the past week due to Cyclone Shaheen which struck Oman to the south of Fujairah on Oct. 3.
  • Toyota Tsusho advances hydrogen feasibility study for UK's Immingham port
    Feasibility will be examined from September 2021 to March 2022, and in 2022 itself commercialization is expected to begin.
  • Hi-5 Rotterdam barge spread plummets to 10-month low
    "Hilos are in freefall...[and] so are low sulfur cracks," a trader said.
  • CLEAN TANKER QUARTERLY: Owners say increased USGC refining, exports could boost freight
    Spot trades in the week beginning Sept. 27 stood around almost 875,000 mt of cargo placed on subjects or fixed out of the USGC, according to Platts fixture logs.
  • Mumbai bunker suppliers face limited low sulfur fuel oil availability
    Suppliers are indicating around Oct. 10-11 for new inquiries due to the supply situation, a trader said.
  • Singapore VLSFO-HSFO spread falls to 10-month low amid slower VLSFO spot sales
    "I don't think there's any particular bullishness in the [HSFO] bunkers side, I think sales are quite stable," a barge owner said.
  • International Chamber of Shipping submits R&D fund, carbon levy plans to IMO for net zero goal
    "So, our net zero offering sets out the 'how' as well as the 'what' for decarbonizing shipping by 2050," Poulsson, said.
  • Global energy demand to grow 47% by 2050, with oil still top source: US EIA
    Liquid fuel will make up 28% of global energy demand by 2050, compared with renewables at 27%.
  • Operations at Russian port of Novorossiisk disrupted; storm to abate late Oct. 7
    Two products tankers laden with diesel and gasoline have been unable to leave the port due to the high winds.

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