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06 December 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 09:12 GMT+1




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Exim Indiaweb site
OCTOBER 17, 2021
  • Carriers urged to adopt detention & demurrage best practices
  • MOL, SoftBank & e5 Lab start joint studies for next-generation maritime high-speed satellite communications
  • MSC becomes first major carrier to fully adopt standardised depot codes
  • Govt asks thermal power generators to import coal for 10 pc blending
  • Palm, edible oil imports surge
  • APM Terminals Pipavav loads 100th LPG rake in less than a year of installation
  • JNPT's multimodal connectivity in accordance with objectives of Gati Shakti
  • Bahri among Forbes' 10 biggest logistics companies in MENA
  • CMA CGM Group in strategic partnership to power end-to-end ecommerce solutions for global merchants
  • Gati Shakti to bring 16 Ministries together for integrated planning & coordinated implementation of infrastructure connectivity projects
  • Maersk SPL unit spearheading Covid-19 relief supplies for distribution in India
  • Exports up for the tenth straight month in September
  • CGST officials unearth fraudulent ITC claim of Rs 134 crore
  • DP World announces Cargoes Finance, the new financing solution for SMEs
  • Notification of Mass Emission Standards for E12 & E15 fuels

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International Transport Journalweb site
OCTOBER 18, 2021
  • Carrier with blue livery goes green
  • Seven Vectron dual-mode locos leased
  • Widening scope close to Los Angeles airports
  • APM Terminals hires Birna ósk Einarsdóttir
  • Qatar Airways Cargo signs with SAL
  • Containers: how long will the boom last?
  • Major Unimog order from Romania
  • Calling Christmas off?
  • DFI Real Estate wins new investor
  • Bundling forces in Cologne-Bonn area
  • More wind power on Baltic Sea
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Tiger and UP: tri-cities intermodal initiative
  • Royal attention in Genk
  • Pushing ahead with digital roadmap
  • Swire joins zero carbon initiative
  • 24plus appoints Markus Egerer
  • Better service between first and last mile

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The Loadstarweb site
OCTOBER 15, 2021
  • Rates rising and space still tight for shippers frustrated by skipped port calls
  • More shippers will reshuffle supply chains and charter ocean capacity direct
  • Amazon blinks as transport costs surge and pushes use of collection points
  • Soaring ship values delay Korea's multi-billion-dollar support package
  • UK cabotage rules may be lifted, but would 'outsource' haulage, say critics
  • Maersk signs three-year global reefer logistics deal with Danish Crown
  • Welcome back, air cargo people - IATA's 'different' WCS 21 event in Dublin
  • WAL calls on industry doyens to mentor a new generation of female leaders
  • BDP's Neil Wheeldon takes on new role, as chief strategy & innovation officer
  • Supply chain radar: The nightmare before Christmas?

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Marine Logweb site
OCTOBER 15, 2021
  • President Biden names U.S. Maritime Administrator nominee
    President Joe Biden has announced his intention to nominate retired U.S. Navy rear admiral Ann Phillips as Administrator of the United States Maritime Administration at the Department of Transportation. If confirmed, Phillips

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Lloyd's Listweb site
OCTOBER 15, 2021
  • UN's Guterres says shipping is failing to cut emissions
    UN secretary-general Antonio Guterres called on the transport industry to set more ambitious climate targets to keep global warming below...
  • FrontNav - a tanker giant 20 years in the making?
    By purchasing shares ahead of any potential merger, Mr Fredriksen's strategy looks like a familiar play of creating volatility around...
  • 'Asset light' BP Shipping trims tanker losses
    Private subsidiary of oil major BP reveals $90.2m loss in 2020
  • Braemar trading ahead of expectations as growth strategy kicks in
    'Our investment into dry cargo and securities in the past three years has seen the business swing. We now have...
  • Capesize spot rates slide on few prompt iron ore enquiries
    The energy crisis afflicting China and other countries has led to factories shutting down amid power shortages, which means less...
  • Container rates suppressed, but not depressed
    Whether freight rates continue to head south or find their way back, investors in container shipping stocks will need to...
  • Fires at bulk terminals hinder coal shipments
    Force majeure declarations at Richard's Bay in South Africa and Vanino in Russia come at a time of surging coal...
  • Don't scapegoat shipping for the world's just-in-time jitters
    Shipping - which usually moves more than 200m teu from A to B each year - is suddenly in the news because...
  • Is Maersk lining up a big-ticket logistics purchase?
    Talk linking Maersk with US logistics group CH Robinson has resurfaced in industry circles, where speculation is rife about what...
  • The Lloyd's List Podcast: The evolving risk of subterfuge shipping
    As scrutiny of the subterfuge shipping fleet skirting sanctions to deliver blocked cargoes has intensified, the tactics being deployed by...
  • Employers to train more Ukrainian cadets
    The International Maritime Employers' Council is to provide about 80 training berths a year to give cadets greater job opportunities...
  • US truckers link pay issues to Biden's 24/7 ports plan
    The difficulties that drayage drivers have in earning a living was shown on October 12 when XPO Logistics agreed to...
  • Daily Briefing
    Capesize futures point to impending correction as trading volumes jump | Dry bulk rates handed temporary lift from congestion |...
  • Cosco Shipping unit makes debut in newbuild market
    The two vessels are the first order that the Cosco Shipping unit has placed since it was established in 2019...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
OCTOBER 15, 2021
  • Transporeon taps sensor-based provider to amp up shipment visibility
  • Savannah switches to fixed receiving dates for exports
  • Ex-Seattle trucking rates leap on congestion, container shortages
  • Shipping crisis only ebbing slightly: market experts
  • Carriers set record peak-season surcharges for India-US cargo

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TradeWindsweb site
OCTOBER 15, 2021
  • Having a 7,000-mile supply chain is a 'risky proposition' for US commerce
  • Biden taps former Navy rear admiral as Maritime Administration head
  • Mariner suicides and attempts rose during crew change crisis, advocate says
  • Capesize bulkers take 2021's second largest one-week drop
  • Inmarsat appoints Ben Palmer to head its maritime division
  • Thanks a billion! Macquarie toasts ship finance milestone
  • Maersk pumps money into Dutch lignin fuel start-up
  • It's the people, stupid! Personalities are still the key in this digital age
  • Ex-Im Bank of Korea strikes finance deal with Angelicoussis
  • Jan De Nul fixes first job for new wind installation ship
  • Beatrix-controlled bulk carrier arrested in Singapore
  • Lois Zabrocky: CMA commodore, still and again thanks to Covid-19
  • Gasum targets 2024 bio-LNG volumes to match green methanol
  • NYK appoints its first Indonesian master on an LNG carrier
  • Shell joint venture lines up new hybrid CTV for US wind project
  • China Navigation Co rebrands itself as Swire Shipping
  • IMEC opens cadet training programme in Ukraine
  • Pontoppidan exits board as Nordic Shipholding faces the end
  • Rio Tinto to ship less iron ore in 2021 due to labour squeeze
  • BSM partners with South Korea to tap young seafarer talent
  • Xihe disposals continue as Ocean Pitta sold at bargain price
  • Law firm BAHR targets Bergen business as it brings in WFW's Windrup
  • Does SEC filing provide a clue to Fredriksen's Euronav aims?
  • Union Maritime profit soars as it reveals 11-ship bulk carrier fleet
  • Cosco Shipping Investment Dalian marks shipowning debut with LPG carrier order
  • Piracy levels continue to reach record lows, but IMB warns against complacency
  • Containership rate pullback does not signal start of downtrend, says analyst
  • Wind blows Singapore's Kim Heng in fresh direction

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American Shipperweb site
OCTOBER 17, 2021
  • What can Feds do to aid 24/7 supply chains?
    As freight congestion weakens transportation links, AskWaves looks at potential federal funding options for supporting a move to 24/7 operations.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
OCTOBER 15, 2021
  • US Treasury's latest crackdown on ransomware puts focus on sanctions compliance
    The US Treasury Department Oct. 15 announced new steps to thwart sanctioned persons and other illicit actors from exploiting virtual currency to facilitate ransomware attacks, as the US continues to step up its efforts to prevent cyber intrusions to critical infrastructure.
  • OIL FUTURES: Crude extends rise on product demand, tight supply
    Crude oil futures extended gains in mid-afternoon trade in Asia Oct. 15 as expectations of strong demand due to rising mobility trends and shortfalls in natural gas and coal supplies for power generation continued to boost sentiment.
  • OIL FUTURES: Brent tests $85/b threshold as demand recovery pressures supply outlooks
    Crude futures settled at fresh multi-year highs Oct. 15 as a continued recovery in global energy demand added pressure to near-term supply outlooks.
  • Italy's Eni starts SAF production at Taranto refinery
    SAF from Taranto is being produced with 0.5% of used cooking oils through 'co-feeding' process for conventional plants. A lower-carbon alternative to conventional jet fuel, Eni's SAF is produced exclusively from waste and residues, in line with the company's decision not to use palm oil from 2023.
  • Global mobility recovers to fresh post-COVID high despite European woes
    Global airline capacity recovered further in the week starting Oct. 11, as a wider return to travel supporting passenger numbers in the world's two biggest economies saw capacity move to within 30% below normal pre-COVID levels.
  • BUNKERWORLD INDEX: Bunker prices rise amid tightness, firming crude
    **Consistent Singapore HSFO contract amid supply chain concerns **European FOGO widens amid weak VLSFO **Tight VLSFO, rising prices at Houston
  • European fuel oil exports to Asia fall to one-year low: Kpler
    Commodity data company Kpler estimates that 109,000 mt of European fuel oil will arrive in Asia in the week ended Oct. 17, down from the 330,000 mt that arrived the previous week, and the lowest amount since 88,000 mt in the week ended Oct. 11, 2020.
  • OIL FUTURES: Prices firm amid supply concerns despite production ramp-ups
    The International Energy Agency raised its global oil demand estimate for 2021 by 170,000 b/d to 96.3 million b/d and for 2022 by 210,000 b/d to 99.6 million b/d in its monthly report on Oct. 14.
  • Some port operations in Italy disrupted by industrial action
    Port workers have blocked one of the entrances to the port of Genoa and were holding a demonstration in front of the administrative offices.
  • Operations disrupted at Russia's Black Sea port of Novorossiisk by storm
    Loadings of tankers have been suspended, with two crude tankers and one diesel vessel running behind schedule.
  • AET completes first LNG bunker operation in US
    The operation is an example of the rapid extension of LNG bunkering facilities in the US allowing LNG supply for trans-Atlantic tanker routes between Europe and the US, AET said.
  • ARA fuel oil stocks rise 6% on week to 1.107 million mt: Insights Global
    Low sulfur and very low sulfur fuel oil continued to rise last week, outpacing high sulfur fuel oil.
  • Americas Aframax freight spikes nearly 68% amid shift in weakening WTI arb environment
    Market participants have attributed the previously favorable arbitrage and overall increased demand heading into the fourth quarter as a drain on the number of ships positioned in the region.
  • Port workers in Italy threaten to strike Oct. 15 over COVID-19 passes
    From Oct. 15, all workers in Italy need to provide proof of vaccination, proof of having recently recovered from COVID-19 or a negative test result in order to be able to work.
  • Platts to amend volumes for Panama bunkers assessments
    Platts will change the ex-wharf volume range for all Panamanian assessments of Marine Fuel 0.5%S and IFO 380 to 500-1,000 mt. The current range is 500-1,500 mt for Balboa, Cristobal and the Panama Canal, which reflects the lower of the two ports on occasions when the two diverge.
  • JAPAN DATA: Aug bonded bunker fuel exports rise 7% on year to 2.9 mil barrels
    Industry sources attributed the year-on-year rise to the low base in 2020, when the impact of pandemic restrictions restrictions on the economy was significant.
  • Bunkering resumes at Hong Kong post Cyclone Kompasu
    Bunker suppliers suspended operations at the ports Oct. 12 when the Hong Kong Weather Observatory released a No. 3 typhoon warning, which is issued when wind speeds reach 41km/h to 62km/h, S&P Global Platts reported previously.
  • SINGAPORE DATA: Residual stocks rise 4% on week on lower exports
    The latest rise came with a decline in fuel oil exports.
  • Singapore Q4 delivered HSFO bunker premiums rise $3-$5/mt from Q3 amid limited availability
    A Singapore-based trader said shipowners have maintained requirements for delivered HSFO quarterly term contracts because low inventories have led to suppliers turning away demand for spot requirements.




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