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06 December 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 09:14 GMT+1




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Exim Indiaweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2021
  • Call to recognise value of dry bulk sector
  • Container prices ease as China resumes activities post the Golden Week
  • MOL in MoU to order ammonia-fuelled main engine for ships
  • ONE to expand eBL offering
  • CBIC notifies scrapping of basic Customs duty, cut in agri cess on crude palm, soyabean, sunflower oil till March 2022
  • DGFT notifies removal of export curbs on all diagnostic kits, reagents
  • APM Terminals Pipavav offers direct connectivity to ICD Jodhpur on electrified route
  • Minister launches key projects at Deendayal Port
  • New Berthing Policy & Tariff Structure at Dhamra port
  • Ship-to-ship operation of LPG undertaken at SMP Kolkata; for the first time at a Major Port
  • US West Coast ports operating 24/7 to tackle congestion
  • VCT expansion to boost productivity, efficiency & environmental sustainability
  • Cooperation, safety, sustainability, modernisation seen key to air cargo resilience post-pandemic
  • DP World commits to develop logistics infrastructure in Jammu & Kashmir
  • Exports continue surge
  • Adani Group takes charge of Jaipur Airport
  • WB invites bids for development of greenfield port at Tajpur

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International Transport Journalweb site
OCTOBER 20, 2021
  • A niche from Dubai to the Pacific islands
  • Russian-made locomotives for Kazakhstan
  • Spanish Coral Group now Belgian
  • First heavy-duty e-truck to run in Manitoba
  • Alphaliner underlines shift to transpacific lanes
  • AOC for new cargo carrier in Bahrain
  • Marinka Nooteboom businesswoman of the year 2022
  • Ceva open for business in Uzbekistan
  • Brexit not affecting Rotterdam
  • Continued support for Finnair Cargo's ambitions
  • East-West Gate to fully visualise operations
  • Two new directors for ports of Auckland board
  • New IT hub in Porto
  • More money for Wakeo
  • More funds to recharge points
  • Tiaca reappoints chair and vice chair
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Aero Africa extends reach

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The Loadstarweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2021
  • Exporters snap-up capacity as CargoGulf targets stranded freight for Asia
  • JD Logistics plans its own air freight arm with fleet of 100 freighters
  • 'Greener air cargo' partnerships, using SAF, take off - but who pays the bill?
  • Port of Oakland on the rebound, as services return to fully operational berths
  • Taiwan government cashed in on high-flying Yang Ming shares
  • Tiaca chiefs remain in post for 'stability' as it eyes revival of major events
  • Market Insight: Behind Toll's express sale to Allegro - and disposals to come

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Marine Logweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2021
  • Leading cargo owners commit to "zero by 2040" target
    Amazon, Ikea and Unilever are among a group of leading cargo owners that have committed to progressively switch all of their ocean freight to vessels powered by zero-carbon fuels by 2040. Along
  • Bollinger celebrates commissioning of FRC 45
    Representatives from Bollinger Shipyards LLC joined senior U.S. Coast Guard officials at USCG Sector Delaware Bay in Philadelphia, Pa., October 15, for the commissioning of one of the newest Sentinel-class Fast Response
  • MAN could get contract for ammonia-fueled engine by 2023
    MAN Energy Solutions has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Mitsui E&S Machinery Co., Ltd. (MES-M) and Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL). The MOU will see MAN keep the two Japanese companies
  • VIDEO: BC Ferries' latest battery hybrid starts long-haul delivery voyage
    The latest Island Class battery hybrid ferry to join the BC Ferries fleet is set to give its battery capabilities an endurance test. The ferry, which departed Damen's Galati, Romania, shipyard at
  • Port of Green Bay reports a solid September
    September proved to be another good month for cargo shipments into and out of the Port of Green Bay, Wis. Nearly 244,000 tons of cargo moved through the port last month bringing
  • AWO's Carpenter: 4 steps to speed up U.S. offshore wind fleet development
    Addressing an audience of offshore wind industry stakeholders last week, Jennifer Carpenter, president and CEO of the American Waterways Operators (AWO), said that the U.S domestic maritime industry is "ready, willing, and

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Lloyd's Listweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2021
  • Amazon and Ikea aim for zero-emission shipping by 2040
    Nine companies have committed to zero-emissions shipping by 2040, in the most significant pledge yet by cargo owners toward decarbonising...
  • Signs of life for medium range tanker Atlantic rates
    Gasoline exports and global demand still below pre-pandemic levels the preliminary August data from Joint Organisation Data Initiative shows
  • Intercargo urges pragmatism to ease crew-change crisis
    Travel restrictions, shortage and frequent cancellation of flights, and stricter crew-change requirements in some ports continue to create problems for...
  • Lloyd's Register's iconic London HQ up for sale
    Class society Lloyd's Register is considering offers in excess of £160m for its Richard Rogers-designed, purpose-built headquarters in the City...
  • Cold chain faces inescapable capacity constraints
    Reefer freight rates have risen less dramatically than those for dry cargo. But equipment shortages, a lack of vessel capacity...
  • LNG carrier rates top $260,000 per day as arbitrage profits exceed $100m
    Traders take sky-high profits as arbitrage extends to $124m for US-loaded LNG cargo sailing to Japan
  • Hundreds of boxships held up by widespread port delays
    Containerships of all sizes are suffering from severely disrupted sailing schedules as demand continues to overwhelm ports that are unable...
  • How has shipping changed after 25 years of digitalisation?
    Development in the digital space has been rapid: it's accepted in unlikely places. The need now is standardisation of infrastructure...
  • South Carolina ports elects new chief as Newsome steps down
    Mr Newsome is being replaced by current chief operating officer Barbara Melvin, the first female to hold the top spot

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2021
  • Citing costs, LA-LB marine terminals say 24/7 push unrealistic
  • Hub Group grows cold transport business with Choptank buy
  • US retailers won't use charters in long term: container lessors
  • Major global shippers want zero-carbon freight transport by 2040
  • European hubs shrug off congestion to post volume growth
  • Magaya boosts shipper visibility on container allocations
  • AAL orders four new heavy-lift ships
  • Wakeo's $11 million funding round continues visibility momentum

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TradeWindsweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2021
  • US offshore group on the lookout for policy ideas and strategies on workforce growth
  • Green ship technology: Shipping urged to rise to climate action challenge
  • Seanergy confirms purchase of 17th capesize bulker
  • Shipping can link up with nations' carbon plans, says Irena
  • Amazon, Ikea and others commit to zero carbon shipping by 2040
  • Greece's Diana to list spin-off for older bulkers on the Nasdaq
  • Parties settle dispute over failed Greek supramax sale
  • Greenpeace daubs LNG Croatia FSRU with 'Climate killer' tag
  • In offshore wind vessel sector, when does the Jones Act kick in?
  • Dry disconnect: earnings soar as stock values struggle
  • If you think this tale of flying salmon sounds fishy, you're right
  • Broker Aon calls for transparency over hike in P&I reinsurance costs
  • Crew change crisis 'far from over', warns Intercargo
  • Dalian-based Fortune Ocean sells handysize bulkers as it grows kamsarmax fleet
  • Petrobras books trio of Subsea 7 cable-layers for up to $750m
  • JP Morgan fleet expansion continues with move for Navig8 LR2 tankers
  • Asian typhoons leave containerships facing congestion woes in their wake
  • Celsius Shipping targets 20-ship LNG carrier fleet by 2025
  • Cocaine found stashed on Golden Ocean capesize in Rotterdam
  • Analysts warn tanker supply growth means longer road to rate recovery
  • Novatek's LNG growth goals spell demand for up to 30 more ice-class ships
  • Cash could be king if Fredriksen is to pull off Euronav merger
  • John Fredriksen-backed Northern Drilling cancels second DSME rig resale
  • Caravel reveals fresh containership and dry bulk holdings

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American Shipperweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2021
  • Gulf Coast ports see growth in September amid congested supply chains
    Port volumes across the Gulf Coast were boosted in September by exports of petroleum and steel and imports of refrigerated cargo.
  • Airbus to expand freighter conversion lines to US, China
    The Airbus A321 and the A330 are the new kids on the block in converting passenger planes to cargo, in a sector dominated so far...
  • 1st woman tapped to lead South Carolina Ports
    Barbara Melvin will succeed Jim Newsome at the helm of South Carolina Ports next summer and will become the first woman to lead a top-10...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2021
  • UK gives nod to CCS, hydrogen projects, infuriating Scottish leadership
    The UK government on Oct. 19 unveiled financial backing for two carbon capture and storage projects intended to curb emissions from North of England industrial facilities, but infuriated Scottish authorities by sidelining the long-standing Acorn carbon capture project seen as promising a greener future for the North Sea industry.
  • TENDER DATA: Petroecuador sells 2.85 million barrels fuel oil No. 6 to Petrochina
    Petroecuador last awarded a tender offering 950,000 barrels of fuel oil No. 6 to Trafigura at a $2.59/b discount to Platts US Gulf Coast high sulfur fuel oil assessments.
  • OIL FUTURES: Crude rally extends as global energy crunch tightens fundamental outlooks
    Crude oil futures settled higher Oct. 19 as the global energy crunch pressured supply outlooks.
  • Russia's St. Petersburg oil terminal handles more heavy products in Jan-Sep
    St. Petersburg oil terminal is one of the main exporting outlets for Russia's fuel oil, with fuel oil arriving via rivers during the summer months.
  • DUTCH DATA: Jan-Sep oil product throughput at Rotterdam up, boosted by fuel oil, gasoil, naphtha
    Russian imports of fuel oil rose due to higher production and exports from Russia.
  • OIL FUTURES: Crude rises amid continuing global under-supply
    There was some selling interest Oct. 18 following the publication earlier that day of weaker economic data from China and figures showing declining crude oil processing in the country.
  • Celsius orders four 'ultra-eco' LNG carriers, to be chartered by Gunvor subsidiary
    The vessels' highly efficient design minimizes CO2 emissions and methane slip from operations via installation of air lubrication, optimization of hull shape and use of the best available paint system to reduce the vessels' friction in water, the company said.
  • CHINA DATA: Sep oil product exports jump 28% on month, leave less quota for Q4
    Market sources expected Chinese oil companies would suspend exporting gasoline and gasoil in November and December following a month-on-month reduction in October due to tight supply in the domestic market, while export quotas were running out.
  • VIETNAM DATA: September oil product imports fall 34% on year to 294,549 mt
    South Korea remained the largest supplier of oil products in the month, followed by Malaysia, China, Singapore and Thailand.
  • Biofuel groups raise hand as US looks to boost competitiveness of clean energy exports
    The US is the world's largest producer of ethanol, accounting for more than 50% of global output. And with China, Canada and India mulling the use of higher blends of ethanol, market opportunities for US ethanol are growing as more countries look for ways to meet climate goals and decarbonize their transportation sectors.
  • South Korea finalizes 2050 carbon neutrality roadmaps
    "Several coal-fired power plants will be transformed into LNG-based ones," the official said.
  • Ex-wharf offers at Zhoushan for Marine Fuel 0.5%S surge above delivered prices
    "Even at $4/mt, we are making a loss as the barging spread at Zhoushan is usually bad," a source said.
  • Fujairah delivered MF 0.5%S bunker differential versus HSFO at near 7-month high
    According to sources, the strong demand for Fujairah-delivered marine fuel 0.5%S since October was "quite unprecedented" after a tepid month of bunker sales in September.
  • South Korea's LSFO imports rising on utilities' shift from LNG
    Korea East-West Power has bought 100,000 mt of October-loading LSFO with maximum 0.3% sulfur for its Ulsan power plant.




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