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08 March 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 12:56 GMT+1

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Exim Indiaweb site
FEBRUARY 9, 2021
  • MOL & Bearing team up to bring Artificial Intelligence to the maritime shipping industry
  • Price stability seen in ocean freight spot rates on Transpacific, Asia-Europe trade lanes
  • Karnataka encouraging rose onion exports
  • APSEZ sees volume & revenue growth in Q3
  • HAROPA shows high resilience & second-half rebound in 2020
  • JNPT inaugurates Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Project under green port initiative
  • VPT seen retaining 3rd position in cargo handling
  • Bengaluru airport introduces Envirotainer for temperature-sensitive cargo
  • GMR Hyderabad Airport seeks to expand perishable cargo terminal
  • How the pandemic changed the air cargo business in 2020
  • Railways registers highest ever monthly freight loading in Jan.
  • GDP growth pegged at 10.5 pc for FY22
  • Air cargo demand showed sharp decrease in 2020, but economic conditions seen picking up in 2021
  • India in touch with Sri Lanka on development of ECT at Colombo port: MEA

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International Transport Journalweb site
FEBRUARY 10, 2021
  • Japan-UK by ship and rail in just 42 days
  • Index dampens hopes of fast comeback
  • DP World balanced in 2020
  • Three new associate partners
  • Italian shuttle service launched
  • AN-124 carries Thai Dornier aircraft
  • La Couverture covered by Unilode
  • New GCC cross-border express road service
  • Strasbourg stands up to pandemic
  • Litchfield named managing director
  • AJW operative in Malpensa
  • Shipper Wilo's new contract
  • Frankfurt: European hub for United Airlines
  • Making non-craneable semi-trailers craneable
  • Resilience at Trois-Rivières
  • Menzies Aviation strengthens cargo team
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Monitoring shipments of critical vaccines

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The Loadstarweb site
FEBRUARY 9, 2021
  • Container congestion chaos as Yantian pushes deadlines pre-new year holiday
  • ECU Worldwide faces system disruption as fears grow of cyber attack
  • Buoyant HMM in the black for the first time in five years, but liftings fall
  • 'Instant' cargo facilities could bring struggling airports a new revenue stream
  • Global demand will be key to post-Covid recovery among emerging markets
  • Government failed traders over new Brexit rules of origin requirements
  • Serious industrial action at port of Melbourne on the way, VICT warns
  • EV Cargo veterans Nick Toye, Russell Lawrence and Simon Power move up
  • Against the odds: AP Møller-Mærsk - to buy or not to buy $1bn in Bitcoin

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Marine Logweb site
FEBRUARY 9, 2021
  • Readying for FFG 62, Fincantieri Marinette Marine breaks ground for new building
    As shipbuilder Fincantieri Marinette Marine prepares to start construction of the Navy's newest class of ships - the Constellation class (FFG 62) guided-missile frigate-several key leaders were in Marinette, Wis., February 9
  • Polarcus in provisional liquidation
    Dubai-based seismic vessel specialist Polarcus (OSE: PLCS) is now in provisional liquidation. Following an application by Polarcus to the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands seeking the appointment of "Soft Touch Provisional
  • Ports of Indiana seeks general cargo terminal operator at Jeffersonville Port
    For the first time in over 40 years, the general cargo dock at the Ports of Indiana-Jeffersonville will be made available to operator interests through a Request for Proposals (RFP). As part
  • Indonesian mine hunters feature MAN hybrid propulsion
    German shipbuilder Abeking & Rasmussent has begun the construction of two mine hunting vessels for the Indonesian Navy. Each vessel will feature a complete MAN hybrid propulsion package: 2 ' MAN 12V175D-MM
  • TTB: EBDG to speak on tech spec process for newbuilds
    Michael Complita, principal in charge at Elliott Bay Design Group (EBDG) in Seattle, Wash., will speak on "Owners' Supervision of Newbuilds: The Process" on March 23 at Marine Log's free virtual TTB
  • New Kootenay Lake ferry will feature hybrid power solution
    An 89 meter long double-ended car/passenger ferry being built at the at the Western Pacific Marine shipyard in Vancouver, B.C., will feature and advanced hybrid solution from Wärtsilä. Capable of carrying 250
  • Mask mandate: Which vessels are covered?
    A recent posting on the USCG's Maritime Commons blog indicates that the Coast Guard's guidance for mask wearing protocols covers all types of commercial vessels operating on the U.S. Maritime Transportation System.
  • Crowley partners with Watco for offshore wind
    Aiming to provide a single-source solution for U.S. offshore wind companies, Crowley is partnering with Pittsburg, Kan., headquartered transportation service and logistics specialist Watco Companies LLC to create a terminal and supply

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Lloyd's Listweb site
FEBRUARY 9, 2021
  • Samsung Heavy trials autonomous shipping system
    South Korean builder has formed a partnership with a domestic maritime university to conduct the test on several routes between...
  • US regulators continue monitoring ocean carriers and marine terminals
    'We're now collecting some examples and I will package those up and have a conversation with my colleagues, and if...
  • Trafigura, Cheniere extends charters on Höegh FSRUs
    The plan is to take advantage of the now tighter LNG shipping market to secure employment until FSRU contracts can...
  • Global Ship Lease acquires seven boxships for $116m
    The company, which last month announced a refinancing of its 2022 bonds and instatement of a regular dividend for shareholders...
  • Pool claims set to top $500m and cost clubs A ratings
    'The last three years have been very bad for the pool... If we have another bad year next year, you're...
  • Cyprus urges global approach to seafarer vaccinations
    Cyprus' shipping deputy minister Vassilios Demetriades tells Lloyd's List of his fear that the crew change crisis will drag on...
  • Equipment supply increase will not solve supply chain shortages
    After a period of decline, manufacturing of container equipment is on the rise. Carriers are seeing the benefits of owning...
  • DHT brings forward drydocking schedule
    The company, which had 16 off-hire days in the fourth quarter of last year because of deviations and longer port...
  • MSC, Seaspan and CDB Leasing linked to boxship orders at Yangzijiang
    The newbuilding projects come after MSC was said to have already agreed to charter in six supersized containerships ordered by...
  • Hapag-Lloyd secures $889m in green financing for six newbuilds
    Company has secured a $472m lease led by ICBC and a $417m loan from a banking syndicate to finance its...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Subterfuge shipping investigation: The quiet class purge | Tanzania deflags four Iran-linked tankers | Pool claims at...
  • HMM posts record profit for 2020
    However, it warns that with the coronavirus pandemic being curbed by vaccines, consumers' spending patterns may shift to services from...
  • Peninsula Petroleum marks first LNG bunker delivery to capesize vessel
    H-Line, the South Korean line that owns the capesize vessel, has several more ships on order and all are planned...
  • MSC secures crew change in Japan for stranded seafarers
    Dozens of ships continue to lie offshore Chinese dry bulk discharge ports as the trade dispute continues. Coronavirus control measures...
  • Poland ramps up LNG imports
    Polish liquefied natural gas importer looks set to further expand its LNG imports this year, having lined up delivery of...
  • Shipowners call for China's intervention in Gulf of Guinea piracy
    Pirates in the area increasingly attempt to hijack vessels and kidnap crew for ransom rather than only for shortsea robberies...
  • Tanker shipping will continue to be buoyed by Indian oil imports, says IEA
    Domestic production of oil and gas in India continues to fall behind consumption trends and net dependence on imported oil...
  • US containerised imports due for a record-setting year
    Many factories in Asia that normally close for Chinese New Year this month are remaining open to keep up with...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
FEBRUARY 9, 2021
  • US land-based wind installations boom in Q4 2020
  • Chittagong January exports surpass pre-pandemic volumes
  • De minimis importers tap CBP pilots for faster clearance
  • HMM back in black in 2020 as higher rates offset flagging volumes
  • India's Colombo terminal deal to rival growing Chinese presence in limbo

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TradeWindsweb site
FEBRUARY 9, 2021
  • US to sell Iranian oil on board Marinakis-linked VLCC
  • Embiricos cashes in on rising boxship values with profitable sale
  • Panamax bulkers outshine capesizes in 'unusual' spot market
  • US flag groups tell Congress how it can support industry
  • Navios Maritime and Diana Shipping log massive gains in New York
  • DHT set for potential tanker market recovery amid mass vaccination
  • Diana Shipping fixes panamax bulker on medium-term charter at higher rate
  • Qatar's huge LNG newbuilding plans inch closer on project sanction
  • Global Ship Lease buys seven boxships in $116m leaseback deal
  • Man dies at EU-approved Turkish yard dismantling Carnival cruiseship
  • Shipbroker Gibson opens new office in India
  • Seadrill's Asian units file for Chapter 11 protection in US
  • ANEK top brass convicted over fatal Norman Atlantic disaster
  • Secondhand tonnage drought fuels thirst for MPP newbuilds
  • Ostensjo achieves 100% utilisation with DeepOcean and Fugro charters
  • Up to 10 years: Eni hits market with major Mozambique offshore vessel charter enquiry
  • Shots fired at LNG carrier and tanker boarded as hijacked tuna boat becomes mothership
  • Frontline and Delta Tankers suezmaxes pull loadings in strike-hit Libya
  • Hoegh LNG ties up trading vessel charters on three of its FSRUs
  • Bulker-tracking platform Oceanbolt takes inspiration from world's fastest man
  • Polarcus brings in 'soft touch' liquidators to work on debt restructuring
  • Three injured as Japanese submarine and cargo vessel collide
  • John Fredriksen's Golden Ocean linked to sale of panamax bulker trio
  • The fatal price of failing to comply with pilot ladder rules
  • The passion for safety that drives one of shipping's youngest CEOs
  • Libyan rebels seize cargoship a day after interim government agreed at peace talks
  • Yangzijiang bags orders for 29 newbuildings worth $1.3bn
  • Singapore beefs up maritime security in face of growing threats against shipping
  • Rival projects thrash it out for New Caledonia LNG import plan

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American Shipperweb site
FEBRUARY 9, 2021
  • HMM makes billion-dollar turnaround from loss to record profit
    Korean container carrier HMM expects equipment and capacity shortages to continue at least through the end of the first quarter.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
FEBRUARY 9, 2021
  • Japan's JERA signs MOU with Petronas on LNG, hydrogen, ammonia cooperation
    JERA and Petronas will jointly consider developing hydrogen and green ammonia projects in Malaysia, with the former considering importing into Japan.
  • Rhine reopens to barges, gasoil traders anticipate improving demand
    "Demand is growing and I think we would expect to see some restocking demand in the next couple of weeks," a Switzerland based trader said.
  • INTERVIEW: IMO 2020 a success but other hurdles linger for bunker industry: expert
    Margin pressures, credit squeeze remain concerns while industry consolidation is set to continue, Tolson said.
  • Japan's NYK advances plans for two LPG dual-fueled VLGCs to curb carbon footprint
    Both ships are set for delivery in 2022.
  • US marine fuel 0.5%S market at highest since Feb 2020
  • Singapore physical 10 ppm gasoil crack hits 6-month high on tight supply balances
    Asian gasoil balances could see further tightening over the next few months with upcoming refinery maintenance, Platts Analytics said.
  • Japan sees 30 million mt/year fuel ammonia demand in 2050
    By developing supply chains, Japan expects to lower ammonia supply costs from the low Yen 20s/normal cu m-H2 today to high Yen 10s/normal cu m-H2 by 2030.
  • LNG shippers shorten voyages in nod to supportive prices over prohibitive costs
    "The arb window for USG-Asia February remains open, but Europe has emerged as the preferred discharge for US cargoes with the USG- Europe margins slightly wider by comparison," Webber said.


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