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08 March 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 15:00 GMT+1

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Exim Indiaweb site
FEBRUARY 11, 2021
  • Company charters space on containership for Asia-Europe transport
  • Industry help sought to combat fake contracts
  • Cereal exports skyrocket in first three quarters of 2020-21
  • Govt evaluating need for caps under RoDTEP scheme
  • Major Port Authorities Bill, 2020 wins praise for facilitating autonomous structure & flexibility for Major Ports
  • Record productivity in steel handling at Paradip
  • Additional commodities included for subsidy through Kisan Rail transportation
  • Freight forwarders took utmost efforts to resolve supply chain management issues in difficult year
  • Railways facilitating parcel customers
  • FIEO raises key points during online interaction
  • Global trade recovery seen in Q4 2020
  • Sugar production up

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International Transport Journalweb site
FEBRUARY 12, 2021
  • Safe journey to Finland
  • 10th country joins WLP
  • Expensive Russian Freighter
  • Bombshell: Liège fires Partoune
  • Handling 1 million teu
  • First office in Manchester
  • Hapag Lloyd turns mega
  • To Paris on Fridays
  • Foundation board completed
  • Coca Cola by rail
  • Where UK traffic is growing
  • New service links Turkey with Spain
  • Vital ingredient from Argentina to Mexico
  • Train factory for Yorkshire
  • Crossbay chooses Ben Ryan
  • Enhancements at Felixstowe
  • Woodland joins iPort
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Bonsais to Brooklyn

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The Loadstarweb site
FEBRUARY 11, 2021
  • More direct calls avoiding the UK could reduce the nation to a feeder market
  • XSTAFF and CULines team up for DIY shipment of Asia-Europe boxes
  • ECU Worldwide chief confirms IT systems are down after 'cyber incident'
  • Liege Airport board dismisses CEO Luc Partoune after 'irregularities'
  • Shareholder Ancora calls for change at Forward Air after 'poor operational oversight'
  • As demand for LTL grows, Ceva launches 'rapid' China-SE Asia service
  • Phasing-in new UK Customs border checks may have been a mistake
  • Industry 'tailwinds' a 2021 fillip for XPO Logistics after record Q4
  • Against the odds: Hutchison Port Trust on the mend - double or quits now

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Marine Logweb site
FEBRUARY 11, 2021
  • Kongsberg Maritime to deliver tech package for Triumph Subsea newbuild
    Under a Letter of Intent signed with Brodosplit Shipyard and DIV Group in Croatia, Kongsberg Maritime is to deliver a large technology package for an ST-269 unit being built for the Scottish-based
  • Damen and Sea Machines form strategic alliance
    Boston-based Sea Machines Robotics has entered a strategic allegiance that will see its autonomous command and control and wireless helm solutions offered by Netherlands headquartered Damen Shipyards Group as standard features in
  • Golden Ray: Responders resume car carrier cutting
    The St. Simons Sound Incident response team resumed cutting operations to separate Section Seven from the wreck of the capsized car carrier Golden Ray Wednesday. The team has already removed two sections
  • MAN books record orders for Tier III EGR and SCR system
    MAN Energy Solutions' Two-Stroke Business has booked more than 1,000 orders for secondary-measure, IMO Tier III-compliant, emission-reduction technology for its portfolio of MAN B&W-branded, low-speed engines. Approximately one-quarter of the orders have
  • Bollinger delivers third FRC for Guam
    Delivered to the U.S. Coast Guard in Key West, Fla., the USCGC Frederick Hatch is the 166th vessel that Bollinger Shipyards, Lockport, La., has delivered to the U.S. Coast Guard over a
  • Ron Wille named President of All American Marine
    The owners and board of directors of Bellingham, Wash.-based shipyard All American Marine (AAM) have appointed Ron Wille as its next president. Matt Mullett, owner of All American Marine, will continue to
  • New "silo-busting" ABB software promises to help ships improve efficiency, cut fuel consumption
    Though digital technologies promise to help shipowners increase operational efficiency and sustainability and meet environmental regulations, a persistent challenge has been the tendency to gather and process data on a system-by-system basis,
  • Galveston Wharves sees increase in cargo business
    Galveston Wharves, Galveston, Texas, reports that its cargo business totaled 4.3 million tons in 2020, exceeding 2019 totals by 300,000 tons. General cargo, grain and fresh fruit led the gains. Cargo activity
  • Detyens wins $11.5 million MSC contract
    Detyens Shipyards Inc., North Charleston, S.C., has been awarded an $11,510,913 contract for a 50-calendar day shipyard availability. The work to be performed is for mid-term availability services for fleet oiler USNS

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Lloyd's Listweb site
FEBRUARY 11, 2021
  • Capital Maritime ups 13,000 teu boxship orders to 10
    Greek owner Evangelos Marinakis has extended his containership newbuilding programme in South Korea to 10 boxships of 13,000 teu, while...
  • Shipping told to invest in tech for good of industry
    Maritime UK chair Sarah Kenny told a webinar companies should be more willing to co-invest in technology for the good...
  • Dry bulk sector anticipates supercycle over next two years
    Although shipowners will benefit from strong freight rates, they will struggle to persuade cargo owners and charterers to pay premiums...
  • 'Brutal' decade leaves little room for risk with new fuels
    Industry stakeholders warn there is little margin for error in the selection of zero-emission fuels and technologies. That the sector...
  • Mission Improbable: Sanctions entrench unregulated subterfuge tanker fleet
    A Lloyd's List and Lloyd's List Intelligence special investigation concludes by scrutinising the network of fake addresses, false declarations and...
  • Iran-linked shipowners list little-known 'East of England' P&I Club for tanker cover
    Numerous attempts have been made to contact East of England management office in Cyprus on the only telephone details provided...
  • Government help 'not enough' to keep Greek ferries afloat
    As losses mount, Greece's ferry operators complain that the help they are getting from the government is inadequate to see...
  • High-profile box spills double normal annual total
    'These events highlight some engineering complication while moving boxes on larger ships while weather patterns are constantly getting more aggressive,'...
  • Key forecasts show little short-term hope for tankers
    New data from the International Energy Agency and the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries suggest tankers will not get...
  • Shippers face further rollover delays
    In a normal year, the factory shutdowns in China would see shipments ease. But cargo is still being rolled at...
  • Weekly Briefing: Maersk sets the pace | Tankers adjust their view | Bulk breaks for new year
    This week: After a bumper year, Maersk sees growth in 2021 despite uncertainty over the pandemic and is looking to...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Maersk looks to further acquisitions to boost synergies | PI clubs taking tough line in renewal say...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
FEBRUARY 11, 2021
  • Demand slows US truckload spot rate decline
  • MPV fleet will benefit from container chaos through Q2: Drewry
  • Savannah cargo flow improving despite record Asia import surge: GPA
  • French shippers fill sails of trans-Atlantic wind-powered service
  • No easing of bottlenecks as China enters Year of the Ox

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TradeWindsweb site
FEBRUARY 11, 2021
  • New York investment firm discloses $14m Capital Product stake
  • Big future for hydrogen as marine fuel due to lower infrastructure costs, Shell's Henderson says
  • Shell targets 20% stake in growing LNG bunkering sector by 2030
  • Castor Maritime breaks into tankers and the stock goes wild
  • Eneti confirms sale of five former Scorpio bulkers for $88m
  • Eagle Bulk swoops for three Alterna Capital supramaxes in cash-shares deal
  • Odfjell refinancing could cut break-even by $4,500 per day
  • Frontline suezmax due to dock as strike ends at Libya's Hariga
  • VLCCs slowing down to add $2,000 per day to spot earnings
  • Kongsberg teams with Nautilus to bridge AI vessel performance gap
  • Odfjell refinancing could cut break-even by $4,500 per day
  • Frontline suezmax due to dock as strike ends at Libya's Hariga
  • VLCCs slowing down to add $2,000 per day to spot earnings
  • Kongsberg teams with Nautilus to bridge AI vessel performance gap
  • IMS enters aframax segment with purchase of Teekay Tankers duo
  • Five seafarers jailed after MSC Opera cruiseship crash in Venice
  • Soren Skou confirms Maersk will 'leapfrog' transition fuels in quest for net zero
  • SpareBank 1 shipping book stable at $1.4bn but loan limits introduced in pandemic
  • Tanker owners eye new refining landscape in wake of pandemic
  • Logistics group Geodis eyes further charters to secure container capacity
  • Mitsui E&S opens talks to hand over Chiba yard to Onomichi
  • Bimco to simplify security vessel chartering as pirate threat rises
  • Odfjell chemical carriers riding high despite clean tanker competition
  • Shipping can use these threats to create an industry fit for the future
  • SFL faces $187m hit from Seadrill's Chapter 11 protection filing
  • MSC behind Seaspan and CDB Leasing mega-boxship orders
  • Eastern Pacific sees 10% more consumption but big emissions cut from biofuel trial
  • BW Offshore eyes investment in offshore wind solutions provider
  • Sumitomo and Petronas collaborate on expanding Asian LNG bunker reach
  • Asia sees rise in piracy incidents after quiet December
  • Seafarers on abandoned bulker left with nowhere to turn
  • Crew on suicide tanker had gone two months unpaid

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American Shipperweb site
FEBRUARY 11, 2021
  • New video shows massive scope of California box-ship traffic jam
    Here's a helicopter view courtesy of U.S. Coast Guard of container-ship armada off Los Angeles and Long Beach (WITH VIDEO).
  • Shares of ocean carrier ZIM jump 64% after 'abysmal' debut
    ZIM, newest Wall Street shipping entrant, is riding wave of record-high freight rates. Shares fully recovered from rocky start.
  • Vehicle handling steers JAXPORT to cargo gain
    JAXPORT says strong demand for vehicles and consumer goods contributed to a solid first fiscal quarter.
  • Global supply chains choke under tsunami of freight
    Thanks to COVID, there are no seasonal highs and lows for international shipping. There is so much demand for goods that the peak season never...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
FEBRUARY 11, 2021
  • Indian refiners step up HSFO imports to meet demand amid focus on gasoline, bitumen
    In a rare move, both companies purchased 180 CST HSFO import cargoes for February delivery.
  • As fog persists, LNG tankers back up outside channel to Sabine Pass terminal
    "Once fog lifts, traffic is scheduled to resume outbound," the notice said.
  • Ammonia possible solution to tackle IMO's GHG emission cut targets in shipping: KR
    Ready availability, physical properties, infrastructure and storage make it a promising fuel to meet decarbonization goals.
  • Japan's Sumitomo partners with PETCO for LNG bunkering in Malaysia, Tokyo Bay
    The agreement is in line with Sumitomo's target to expand its LNG bunkering presence overseas.
  • Fujairah oil product stocks hit two-month low
    Total inventory was 21.183 million barrels on Feb. 8, down 9% from a week earlier and the lowest since Nov. 30, according to Fujairah Oil Industry Zone, or FOIZ.


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