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Exim Indiaweb site
FEBRUARY 10, 2021
  • Distinctions between 'traditional' flags & open registers no longer meaningful, as per latest Flag State Performance Table
  • MOL announces naming of LNG carrier for GAIL (India)
  • SCI reports profit in Q3
  • Coal imports surge
  • Vaccine exports boosted by global demand
  • India, Bangladesh in talks to add four more ports of call for coastal trade
  • A.P. Moller-Maersk delivers strong transformation progress & results in 2020
  • CEVA Logistics' rapid Less-Than-Truckload services now in South-East Asia
  • India expresses commitment to key port rail connectivity project in Iran
  • Rail freight services demand seen rising for Asia-Europe
  • CGST officials bust network of fake firms involved in fake input tax credit
  • EoI invited for setting up mega food parks
  • Parliament passes landmark Major Port Authorities Bill, 2020
  • Stranded seafarers to reach India on Feb. 14: Mandaviya

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International Transport Journalweb site
FEBRUARY 11, 2021
  • Cashless on the autostrada
  • Regular car-trains from Chongqing to Moscow
  • First direct cargo link between Baku and Tokyo
  • ITJ Video News - 11 February 2021
  • Alternative units for open seas
  • Strengthening Asia region team
  • Double-digit growth for Hong Kong
  • Chinese companies plan big takeover
  • DB Cargo UK in port of Southampton
  • DSV benefits from 2020
  • Swissport elects president and CEO
  • Birth of Burundi Airlines
  • Handling unit trains with 100+ railcars
  • A vessel ahead of schedule
  • Changes at Aspa
  • Data converter for customs handling
  • New equipment for Antwerp
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Death of Latam Argentina
  • TIR as solution for Brexit customs woes

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The Loadstarweb site
FEBRUARY 10, 2021
  • Kerry Logistics takeover by SF Holding creates 'biggest logistics group in Asia'
  • Record Q4 earnings drive Maersk 2020 profits towards $3bn
  • Air cargo market more volatile as hopes fade for return of bellyholds
  • DSV's appetite for M&A 'bigger than ever' after a strong year
  • 'Resilient' freight business rescues a tough year for DFDS
  • Trailer shortage fears as EU drivers question the viability of serving the UK
  • Market Insight: DSV Panalpina - time to call Mærsk

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Marine Logweb site
FEBRUARY 10, 2021
  • NTSG reports on towboat fire
    The National Transportation Safety Board has issued its report on incident in which a 1963-built towboat sustained an estimated $1,350,000 of damage after an engineroom fire broke out. On October 8, 2019,
  • Kongsberg Maritime deck machinery selected for Novatek Ice Class Arc7 LNG carriers
    Russia's largest natural gas producer, Novatek, has placed an order with Kongsberg Maritime for the supply of electric frequency converter-driven deck machinery for six Ice Class Arc7 LNG carriers, with an option
  • MacGregor to supply key systems for new USACE mat sinking unit
    MacGregor has secured an order from SIA Solutions LLC to deliver 36 traction winch systems, 72 storage reel brakes and electrical control systems to the specialized concrete mat sinking unit, Armor 1,
  • Zhuhai Fast Ferry takes delivery of Incat Crowther duo
    China's AFAI Southern Shipyard has delivered two Incat Crowther 40 high speed ferries to Zhuhai Fast Ferry Company. The vessels - the Xin Hai Yun and Xin Hai Jun - represent the

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Lloyd's Listweb site
FEBRUARY 10, 2021
  • LNG shipping seen cushioned from summer lows
    Restocking will prevent rates from falling to levels seen in previous years, Poten's head of LNG shipping analytics said
  • EIA: US natural gas prices boosted by exports of LNG and propane
    US exports of propane have been increasing in recent months, primarily to countries in East Asia, as a result of...
  • EIA: Rising US oil supply forecast to cut prices in 2021
    High global oil inventory levels and spare production capacity also will limit upward price pressures, with the EIA expecting Brent...
  • Norden weathers crises well as it celebrates 150 years
    The company's senior executives talk about how it has adapted to changes in the markets, surviving world wars, other pandemics...
  • HHLA volumes slump 10%
    Impact of pandemic on volumes and service switch hit Hamburg's principal port operator hard last year
  • Maersk looks to further acquisitions to boost synergies
    After a bumper year, Maersk sees growth in 2021 despite uncertainty over the pandemic. Further deals may be needed to...
  • Push to improve West Africa's security vessels market
    BIMCO is working on a new standard contract to make it simpler and easier for ships in the Gulf of...
  • Product tanker market poised for rapid turnaround, says Ardmore
    Concordia Maritime meanwhile expects a gradual strengthening of the product tanker markets, with a positive effect on tanker demand from...
  • P&I clubs taking tough line in renewal, say chief executives
    'We cannot run away from what is happening in the pool in the last three years. We have not seen...
  • Hackers threaten vessel operations, not just data
    Cyberattacks on operational technology have soared and insurance companies have responded by 'reserving their position', Ince's senior partner warns
  • Maersk pushes IMO to take lead on green regulations
    The world's biggest shipping company has told the global maritime regulator it needs to 'leapfrog' and start up the discussion...
  • Thessaloniki expands box terminal as shareholding change awaits approval
    Greece's second-largest port is on the brink of 'a new era', according to port managers, as it boosts its container...
  • Bulkers boosted by higher share of US soyabean exports
    Over 37m tonnes of soyabeans were transported on bulk carriers between September and December, with only 2.5m tonnes carried on...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Pool claims set to top $500m and cost clubs A ratings | Cyprus urges practical global approach...
  • Maersk's record fourth quarter lifts full-year earnings
    Ocean transport and logistics divisions performed strongly as container shipping rates and demand rebounded. Earnings guidance suggests a strong first...
  • Wan Hai upgrades Asia-USWC offering to four loops
    The Taiwanese carrier will also reintroduce direct South Asia-US west coast sailings and offer a separate service to the US...
  • Maritime leaders detail US pandemic concerns before Congress
    Lauren K Brand, president of the National Association of Waterfront Employers, underlined the need for prioritisation of vaccinations for those...
  • Petronas and Jera team up to push for LNG bunkering
    On Tuesday Petronas and Jera signed an agreement that also entails collaboration on developing supply chains for ammonia and hydrogen

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
FEBRUARY 10, 2021
  • SF Holdings extends trans-Pacific reach with Kerry Logistics stake
  • China port congestion flares amid pre-CNY rush
  • Trans-Pacific carriers adding PNW, Oakland capacity for LA-LB diversions
  • Forwarders still split on digital quotes: Freightos
  • RoadOne boosts North Florida drayage network
  • DSV raises 2021 profit target after strong year
  • Investors feed small truck carrier tech momentum with SmartHop funding
  • Maersk posts $2.9 billion 2020 profit, expects even

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TradeWindsweb site
FEBRUARY 10, 2021
  • Duo emerges as capesize bulker sellers after weeks with Greeks in buying mode
  • Transocean sells panamax at higher price than sistership as values rise
  • Greek tanker crew safe in citadel as mothership pulls away
  • Vulcanus Technical scores sizeable profit on supramax sale
  • Hearing delayed in crew abandonment case over Xihe Group ship arrest
  • Stowaways 'try to take control' of bulker off south coast of England
  • AP Moller-Maersk to accelerate decarbonisation efforts with alternative fuels
  • DNB sheds $2bn of shipping and offshore loans as impairments spike
  • Brave Maritime buys throw spotlight on Greek hunger for handysizes
  • We need to expand just-in-time arrivals beyond containerships
  • LNG carrier rate slide looks set to deepen on seasonal slowdown
  • Ardmore Shipping says product tanker demand to grow for rest of decade
  • Alpha Bulkers strikes again in legal fight over coal ban delay
  • Global Ship Lease follows 'golden rule' of S&P with seven-vessel swoop
  • US Navy Blue Angel jet hitches a ride with Pasha Hawaii
  • Maersk posts 'disappointing' earnings forecast for 2021, despite record quarter
  • ICE teams with Spark Commodities on new LNG futures contracts
  • Wallenius Wilhelmsen profit of $150m not enough for analysts
  • ExxonMobil's Altona refinery closure bodes well for product but ill for crude tankers
  • Cyprus proposes new twin-track global plan to vaccinate crews
  • Niovis reveals ultramax newbuilding orders at Nantong Cosco KHI
  • Clearlake leads surprise chartering spree for period MR tonnage
  • Duo emerges as capesize bulker sellers after weeks with Greeks in buying mode
  • Transocean sells panamax at higher price than sistership as values rise
  • Greek tanker crew safe in citadel as mothership pulls away
  • Vulcanus Technical scores sizeable profit on supramax sale
  • Hearing delayed in crew abandonment case over Xihe Group ship arrest
  • Stowaways 'try to take control' of bulker off south coast of England, arrested by police
  • AP Moller-Maersk to accelerate decarbonisation efforts with alternative fuels
  • DNB sheds $2bn of shipping and offshore loans as impairments spike
  • Brave Maritime buys throw spotlight on Greek hunger for handysizes
  • We need to expand just-in-time arrivals beyond containerships
  • Carnival Corp linked to fifth Covid-19 bond sale
  • China's Cosco takes 20% stake in Saudi container terminal
  • Sea Coral rescue spat shows why seafarers need a legal safety net
  • Boxship rebound propels HMM to best-ever profit
  • Hyundai Heavy Industries on the scent of LNG carriers for Project Rose

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American Shipperweb site
FEBRUARY 10, 2021
  • Viewpoint: Container congestion may now impact Easter
    Due to shipping snarl and container congestions, delays in retail inventories will be felt from Christmas through Easter.
  • Container giant Maersk sees no letup yet in COVID-fueled cargo boom
    Maersk, the world's largest container carrier, just reported record quarterly results. And its next quarter looks even better.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
FEBRUARY 10, 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Japan's NYK advances plans for two LPG dual-fueled VLGCs to curb carbon footprint
    Both ships are set for delivery in 2022.




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