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Exim Indiaweb site
OCTOBER 10, 2021
  • MSC in MoU to promote decarbonisation & sustainable development in shipping
  • NYK introduces initiatives for zero-emission shipping at LNG producer-consumer conference
  • OOCL achieves record revenues
  • 'MyPortApp' launched for digital monitoring of port operations
  • JNPT celebrates 'Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav'; implements a series of initiatives & activities
  • MAWANI, DP World Jeddah break ground on Jeddah Islamic Port's South Container Terminal revamp
  • Mundra's updated berthing policy & tariff structure
  • Shipping Minister inaugurates projects at Syama Prasad Mookerjee Port
  • MACN expands Collective Action program to India, Pakistan & Bangladesh
  • Rail freight continues loading & earnings momentum in September
  • SCR clubs three goods trains into one & operates as single long haul
  • ASEAN should do away with non-tariff barriers & correct skewed trade imbalance
  • Gujarat Junction 2021 sees huge in-person gathering of the fraternity for CEO Roundtable & Awards
  • Logistics costs should be reduced below 10 pc: Gadkari

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International Transport Journalweb site
OCTOBER 11, 2021
  • Hongyuan sees Brussels as gateway to Europe
  • Land bridge services launched
  • Euromed highlights tasks for shipping industry
  • Mobility award for Zillertal railway
  • US e-truck plants to be served by CSX
  • Is this India's coolest cargo airport?
  • New packaging brand after acquisition
  • First 5G rail terminal to be located in Hungary
  • Green equipment for NYNJ
  • Kögel has new CEO
  • Drone delivery trial in Ireland
  • More space for automobile logistics
  • Trial started at service station in Austria
  • Boluda in action for Canary islands
  • Jürgen Erdt joins ITG Group
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • 321 Precision tackles two more A321-200PCF
  • Over 420 sites certified

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The Loadstarweb site
OCTOBER 8, 2021
  • Spot rates stay high in Golden Week, but there are bargains to be had
  • Cosco offers faster, intermodal, alternative Asia-US route via Canada
  • Home Depot jumps onboard as Walmart launches third-party delivery cart
  • Resilience the key as trends point to shorter supply chains using sea-air
  • Online platform launched to make the 'opaque' aircraft market transparent
  • Ship it Zero environmental lobbyists call on IKEA to 'abandon dirty ships'
  • Clogged-up Felixstowe's empties now clogging up London Gateway
  • VesselsValue data shows suspect vessels didn't cross California pipeline
  • Market Insight: 2021 - the year 'neutrality' went down the drain
  • Birna Ósk Einarsdóttir to take over as CCO at APM Terminals

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Marine Logweb site
OCTOBER 8, 2021
  • FERRIES 2021 PANEL: Ridership growth-preparing for the boom
    A feature of Marine Log's upcoming FERRIES 2021 event will be two panel discussions in front of a live-audience. The first, on November 9, will focus on the topic of ferry ridership
  • Harbor Island sees bright future in project cargo sector
    The Aransas Terminal Company (ATC) says it has re-envisioned and relaunched its marine terminals at Harbor Island, Port Aransas,Texas, to serve the wind energy project cargo business and the offshore south Texas
  • Will Coast Guard revise towing vessel inspection fees?
    The TVIB (Towing Vessel Inspection Bureau) reports that the Coast Guard is proposing a rulemaking that would revise user fees for towing vessels inspected under 46 CFR subchapter M and update the
  • Navy sub strikes underwater object
    The U.S. Navy reports that, while operating in international waters in the Indo-Pacific region, the Seawolf-class fast-attack submarine USS Connecticut (SSN 22) struck an object while submerged on the afternoon of October
  • Eidesvik and Wärtsilä to retrofit OSV for ammonia fueling
    Norway's Eidesvik Offshore ASA has signed an agreement with Wärtsilä aimed at retrofitting an offshore supply vessel operate with an ammonia-fueled combustion engine with required fuel supply and safety system. Called the
  • Malaysia's first LNG bunker vessel design gains BV AiP
    Classification society Bureau Veritas (BV) has granted Malaysia's LNG Marine Sdn Bhd an Approval in Principle (AiP) for its first LNG bunkering vessel concept, the first of its kind ever developed by
  • International launches new hull coatings management package
    AkzoNobel's International marine coatings brand has launched a new, environmentally sustainable, hull management package. Called Intertrac HullCare, it combines advanced hull coatings, remotely operated ROV inspections, water jet hull cleaning technologies and

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Lloyd's Listweb site
OCTOBER 8, 2021
  • Targets matter, and that's why IMO must adopt net zero by 2050
    A 50% reduction in shipping greenhouse gas emissions by mid-century was never a credible ambition. Lethargic progress towards a lacklustre...
  • Private equity exits box shipping on a wave of liquidity
    The huge increase in container shipping asset values has given investors a rare opportunity to leave the market on a...
  • Bulk Shenzhen back in operation after repairs
    The 2020 Bulkers vessel has been in Zhoushan port following the collision, according to Lloyd's List Intelligence data
  • Greece & Cyprus 2021: The new temple of maritime tech?
    The Greek capital has a number of advantages that are fuelling its emergence as a hub for companies at the...
  • The Lloyd's List podcast: Why shipping needs more people
    In a week when there weren't enough truck drivers to deliver petrol across England, and crops rotted in the field...
  • China Merchants to order three aframax tankers at domestic yard
    Move comes as the world's aframax fleet stands relatively aged, with more than 35% of the live vessels at least...
  • Freight rates ease for Golden Week breather
    Freight rates have stopped their relentless march upwards. But a backlog of cargo and delays in China and the US...
  • Greece & Cyprus 2021: Sustainability driver in hull insurance
    American Hellenic Hull's upward trajectory has been acknowledged in various ways, not least by the election last year of chief...
  • Hapag-Lloyd vessel not linked to California oil spill
    US Coast Guard boarded the vessel Rotterdam Express at the port of Oakland, interviewed its crew and examined the navigation systems...
  • Fortescue Metals to fuel ore carriers with ammonia
    World's fourth-largest iron ore producer aims to cut 50% of the emission intensity levels from its ore shipping operations by...
  • Daily Briefing
    Why shipping's net zero consensus is about to become a political bargaining chip | LA container terminal rumoured to be...
  • Eastern Pacific Shipping acquires VLOC duo from Cara Shipping
    Move is significant as it illustrates a shift towards capesize and larger vessels. The company is expanding its bulker fleet...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
OCTOBER 8, 2021
  • Cosco tips 17-fold increase in profit for third quarter
  • Round-the-clock LA-LB port operations not ready for prime time: terminal operators
  • Trucking loses jobs amid warehousing, transit gains
  • OOCL shrugs off Q3 volume slide with surge in revenue
  • Indian carrier adds Middle East routing to aid exporters
  • Retailers expand East Coast warehousing for West Coast relief

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TradeWindsweb site
OCTOBER 8, 2021
  • Gram Car Carriers flashes cash at Oslo shipping investors
  • Carnival pushes loan to $2.3bn to save millions in interest costs
  • Dalex and Meadway offload handysize bulkers in surging market
  • Capesize bulker market posts one-day dip but ends week on a high note
  • Charter rates climb for LNG carriers in wake of wild week on gas prices
  • Containership giant OOCL sees big jump in third-quarter revenue
  • It's Frangou versus the 'purists' in public shipowner debate
  • Chappell tells Navios private paradigm may be a public problem
  • Crude tankers see 'glacial' improvement as Opec weighs production bumps
  • Capesize bulkers rates continue to soar amid supply-chain 'mess'
  • Safe Bulkers secures $60m 'green' refinancing linked to emissions targets
  • MOL teams up with Kokusai Cable Ship for wind farm work
  • Paying dividends? Coast is now clear for Eagle Bulk in wake of refinancing
  • Eagle Bulk reveals $400m deal to refinance loans and $176m bond maturity
  • Top Ships tanker rescues yacht skipper and his pet in the Atlantic
  • Sharp falls in container spot freight rates point to end of peak season
  • KiwiRail clinches shipping's first $242m Climate Bond Initiative loan
  • NS United claims LNG and battery first for new limestone carrier
  • Braemar Naves bosses take shares as parent pays takeover bill
  • Hoegh Autoliners heads to China for series of ammonia-ready car carriers
  • Nordic American Tankers confirms suezmax tanker disposal
  • Stig Remoy's Olympic Subsea sells MSV as refinancing talks continue
  • Rosling King moves into shipping with takeover of Mike Lax's Lax & Co
  • Crew of Hermes Maritime VLCC sends out SOS claiming abandonment
  • Eidesvik and Wartsila aim for world's first ammonia engine retrofit
  • The No Normal: Dry bulk had better get used to coping with volatility
  • Wine to water: 20 questions with Esben Poulsson of the ICS
  • Shipping finds itself fast-forwarded into a digital future
  • Cruise is setting sail on an ocean of debt, so why is it so optimistic?
  • That's oil, folks! The sun is slowly setting on tankers
  • Crypto king's mighty bucks save cruise history
  • This time it's personal. Shipping heeds the call of the office
  • Covid check-up reveals what shape shipping is in
  • Obsession over future fuels does not help decarbonise shipping, experts say
  • One of a kind: Red Box transits Northern Sea Route with jack-up rig
  • Growth elsewhere means Opec+ could actually reduce output, Alphatanker warns
  • It's the real thing: Coca-Cola the latest shipper to feel box boom heat
  • Tanker owner Flopec returns to navy roots with new top executive
  • Reuben Brothers buys into Newcastle United as part of Saudi takeover
  • ESL and Viking work on emissions reporting model for charterers
  • It's the real thing: Coca-Cola the latest shipper to feel box boom heat
  • Tanker owner Flopec returns to navy roots with new top executive
  • Reuben Brothers buys into Newcastle United as part of Saudi takeover
  • ESL and Viking work on emissions reporting model for charterers
  • Seaway 7 fixes offshore wind newbuilding in first deal since merger
  • Maersk latest shipowner to trial air lubrication system
  • Himalaya Shipping raises another $50m for LNG bulker series in China
  • Ships versus planes: how the tables have turned on asset values during pandemic
  • Rivlin's VesselsValue hopes for lift-off with aircraft valuation launch
  • Shipping struggles to respond to carbon urgency amid technology challenges
  • Fortescue to retrofit ore carriers to burn green ammonia
  • Berge Bulk's James Marshall outlines plans for getting to zero carbon by 2030
  • Newbuilding berth dearth looms, but yard prices deter buyers
  • Eastern Pacific Shipping buys ore carriers from Cara

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American Shipperweb site
OCTOBER 8, 2021
  • Climate coalition calls for Ikea to 'abandon dirty ships' by 2030
    Despite Ikea's many climate-related goals, Ship It Zero is calling out the Swedish retailer and other major players such as Amazon and Walmart via "die-ins"...
  • Inbound containers staying elevated into 2022, congestion limiting 'larger gains'
    New forecasts from the National Retail Federation call for retail imports to stay high through at least February.
  • 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.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
OCTOBER 8, 2021
  • Some operations resume at Russian port of Novorossiisk as wind drops
    Operations at the port have been affected by a storm that started Sept. 27.
  • REFINERY NEWS ROUNDUP: Maintenance in Russia continues in Oct, to wind down in Nov
    A number of refineries will continue works in October, including Ryazan, Taif, Yaisky, Ukhta, Angarsk, Omsk and Komsomolsk.
  • Horisont Energi, Koole Terminals sign MOU on Rotterdam ammonia terminal and storage
    The agreement will explore storage options for ammonia produced in Norway and shipped to Rotterdam, the company said.
  • SINGAPORE DATA: Residual stocks rise 11% on week to 20.8 mil barrels
    Bunker demand in Singapore has slowed as crude prices jumped in the week, according to traders.
  • SHIPPING: Global tankers Q4 freight, earnings to rise as demand strengthens
    "Tankers are cyclical and so from current dismal levels the only way is up," Hammer said.
  • Malaysia's Petronas conducts first LNG bunkering operation in Sabah
    This latest effort signifies a major step towards developing Malaysia as an LNG bunkering hub, Tamrin said.
  • China, EU likely to have talks on carbon border tax: ICEF panelists
    Under CBAM, Europe plans to impose a tax on imports of products and materials with a high carbon footprint.
  • Global hydrogen trade could be indexed to natural gas, carbon: Saudi Aramco
    Aramco is developing low-carbon hydrogen production projects, and Al Khowaiter said the natural markets for its exports would be to Asia.




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