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International Transport Journalweb site
MARCH 11, 2021
  • An open marketplace for intermodal transport
  • ITJ Video News - 11 March 2021
  • CargoAi sets up board of advisors
  • Alstom broadens contract with Wincanton
  • "Qare" and commitment to people
  • 100 trains between Doncaster and Whitemoor
  • Too many boxes in British ports
  • CEO Jasienski leaving Wallenius Wilhelmsen
  • Less clouds in the coffee
  • Russian rail operator modernising fleet
  • Virginian comeback
  • Vallair expanding footprint in Central France
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • New manager for Pall-Ex London
  • Hollemann Bulgaria joins network
  • 25 carbon-neutral flights around the world
  • Fuel-efficient trucks for the UK
  • More traffic via Ireland

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The Loadstarweb site
MARCH 10, 2021
  • Now 2M cuts delay-hit port of Liverpool from calls on transatlantic loop
  • Global trade recovery may have already peaked, suggests WTO
  • Shipping groups call on governments to back R&D plan to drive decarbonisation
  • Cathay Pacific reports multi-billion dollar loss, despite valiant performance by cargo
  • Deferring dry-docking because rates are high could cost shipowners long-term
  • More than 25% of trucks leaving the UK for EU are empty as exports dive
  • M&A radar: AerCap + GECAS $30bn deal - a flickering light through the GE clouds
  • Market insight: MSC talks cost burden, Kuehne about sea freight pain

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Marine Logweb site
MARCH 10, 2021
  • TTB: Crowley talks offshore wind opps for tugs at TTB
    As prospects for offshore wind in the United States continue to make headlines, Jonathan Zier, manager - business development of offshore services for Crowley Maritime, will speak on "Tug and Barge Opportunities
  • NTSB reports on expensive hang up of oil barge on lock sill
    The National Transportation Safety Board has issued its report on an incident in which the bow of a tank barge got hung up on the sill of a lock gate as the
  • Casco Bay Lines gets go ahead to order new hybrid-electric ferry
    Portland, Maine-based Casco Bay Lines - more formally Casco Bay Island Transit District - reports that it will soon begin construction of a long-awaited new ferry to service its Peaks Island route.

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MARCH 10, 2021
  • Greece, Japan and others back industry's $5bn R&D fund proposal
    Key maritime countries are throwing their support behind the industry's landmark proposal. But they have also agreed to changes from...
  • Dollar Libor axed from 2023, UK regulator confirms
    'Not a crisis but a headache,' say shipping lawyers, as aftermath of rate-fixing scandal creates vast amounts of donkey work...
  • LR approves ammonia-fuelled gas carrier design
    Lloyd's Register has given approval in principle to a design for an ammonia-fuelled gas carrier by Belgian shipowner Exmar, China's...
  • Flag states failing over seafarer work hours compliance
    A Nautilus International webinar this week heard that failing to ensure seafarer concerns are taken seriously lies at the heart...
  • LNG 'not a transition fuel,' says BHP marine head
    BHP's vice president of maritime and supply chains said LNG would form part of a future mix of fuels. Rashpal...
  • Capesize recovery boosted by Brazil loadings
    The average weighted time-charter on the Baltic Exchange has gained 29% in a week as Brazil's iron ore exports improve
  • Transparent supply chain needed to avoid port congestion
    The current crisis in the supply chain will last as long as demand outstrips port capacity that has been reduced...
  • Kidnap risk remains undimmed for shipping
    Lloyd's List's INTERACTIVE MAP shows how the issue of piracy in the Gulf of Guinea remains a significant threat to...
  • Casualty reporting falling short of targets
    Data analysis shows that Indonesia tops the list for missing accident investigation reports in the period 2017-2020, followed by Panama...
  • Maritime Risk Briefing: Why subterfuge shipping requires greater industry scrutiny
    Shipping is being subjected to greater sanctions compliance scrutiny and the industry needs to keep up to date with the...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Substandard flag states targeted as regulatory arbitrage rises | Braemar overpaid for Naves acquisition, says new chief...
  • Keppel, Maersk join ammonia study in Singapore
    The study is aimed at developing a cost-effective green ammonia supply chain, which will include the design of ammonia bunkering...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MARCH 10, 2021
  • US House members seek monthly updates on FMC's ag export probe
  • Air cargo rates will remain elevated for three years: TIACA
  • H2 2020 import surge kept container ships in ports longer
  • Record US warehousing demand to continue through 2021
  • Maersk joins Singapore ammonia bunker supply chain study
  • BluJay aims to automate compliance functions with updated GTM platform

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TradeWindsweb site
MARCH 10, 2021
  • Boa Offshore hopeful of recovery in 2022 but markets still 'fragile'
  • Avenir LNG's second vessel eyed for first Sardinia terminal cargo
  • Singapore Exchange forces FSL Trust shareholder meeting to OK sales
  • Danish police arrest 28 Russian seafarers over 'illegal work'
  • BHP ready for European carbon levy as a step to global tax
  • Judge signs off on asset seizure in fight over China bulker hold-up
  • Shipping should split $1trn green transition bill
  • Shipping groups want $5bn decarbonisation fund adopted by year-end
  • Belships raises $17m to help fund recent ultramax acquisitions
  • Wan Hai plots $1bn newbuilding haul for neo-panamax tonnage
  • Danish police arrest 28 Russian seafarers over 'illegal work'
  • BHP ready for European carbon levy as a step to global tax
  • Judge signs off on asset seizure in fight over China bulker hold-up
  • Shipping should split $1trn green transition bill
  • Future of Bahrain LNG terminal in question as FSU chartered out
  • James Gundy says ambitious Braemar has 'turned a big corner'
  • Braemar sets its sights on carbon trading and renewables growth
  • Exmar wins class approval for new ammonia-fuelled LPG vessel
  • Regional Container Lines continues boxship buying spree
  • Product tankers sold for recycling amid strong scrap market mood
  • Controversial livestock carrier to end Mediterranean Odyssey
  • Onorato's Moby drops lawsuit against funds accused of attempting takeover
  • Ditching plans, Stena RoRo sells ropax to 2GO Travel
  • Solstad fixes four PSVs while Equinor makes seismic survey moves
  • International Seaways pumps brakes on reports of older VLCC sale
  • Qatar Petroleum teams up to look at new LNG carrier designs
  • Shipowners should plan not plot for inevitable EU carbon trading scheme
  • Seafarers Hospital Society celebrates 200th birthday with tea and cake
  • Cadeler clinches its biggest wind turbine deal worth up to $120m
  • Shipping will be 'uninvestable' without carbon price soon, says Trafigura
  • Niriis continues expansion drive as Primerose Shipping nears sale
  • Keppel teams up with Maersk in ammonia bunkering initiative
  • SITC splashes $192m on eight feeder boxships at Yangzijiang

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American Shipperweb site
MARCH 10, 2021
  • America's container-shipping gridlock: California vs. Georgia
    Anchorages are filling up with ships off multiple ports - not just California's. Yet the reasons behind the traffic jams are not always the same.
  • Atlas Air's leasing unit to help Icelandair convert 767s to freighters
    Icelandair is raising capital with a sale-leaseback of two large jets and then turning them into freighters. It's an innovative move.
  • Port of Long Beach volume jumps 43.3% year-over-year
    The lack of Lunar New Year shutdowns contributes to the busiest February on record.
  • $1,400 COVID relief checks to trigger surge in e-commerce shipments
    Federal stimulus checks will be heading by direct deposit and mail to millions of Americans, who will quickly turn to their computers to place online...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MARCH 10, 2021
  • US DATA: EIA says total US ULSD stocks draw to over 10-month low
    **Total US demand jumps to near 16-month high **USGC imports increase to over two-year high
  • OPEC+ seeks 'fair' oil price, Saudi foreign minister says in meeting with Russian counterpart
    **Prince Farhan says supporting global economy a priority **Russia's Lavrov says oil market cooperation necessary
  • Russia sees risks of non-OPEC oil output surge on higher prices, supply deficit
    **Global oil supply deficit stands at 1 mil-2 mil b/d **Full oil demand recovery expected in 2022
  • Finland's Gasum acquires French LNG distribution license, eyes bunker market
    **Company eyes wider LNG bunker distribution **LNG has mixed appeal for climate goals
  • RUSSIA DATA: Jan-Feb throughput at seaports fall 3.2% on year
    Liquids' volumes fell 13.3% to 67.34 million mt, the transport ministry's Federal Agency for Sea and River Transport said.
  • Closed eastern arbitrage creates lengthy European sweet crude market
    **Asian buyers stay local on wide Brent-Dubai EFS **Closed arb drives competition between Med, WAF grades
  • Japan eyes fuels security guideline by next winter after power shortage: METI
    **H1 Jan power demand hits five-year high on cold weather **LNG stocks drop 40% over a month from mid-December
  • Maritime players partner to explore ammonia as bunker fuel in Singapore
    The study aims to cover the entire end-to-end supply chain of ammonia bunkering, including the development of a cost-effective green ammonia supply chain.
  • Singapore 180 CST HSFO to firm in the near term on uptick in regional demand: traders
    The country may to import around 350,000 mt of HSFO in March, up from 300,000 mt in February, as rising temperatures boosts power demand.
  • Monjasa says to offer Panama Canal bunker supplies at Cristobal's outer anchorage
    The new supply capacity reduces idle time by 24-28 hours, Monjasa said.

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