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06 December 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 10:33 GMT+1

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Exim Indiaweb site
OCTOBER 21, 2021
  • Global new orders for container carriers surge
  • HMM to launch new Far East-India-Latin America Service
  • Export of agri, processed foods up
  • Income Tax Department's searches reveal large-scale under-invoicing of imports
  • India doesn't export genetically modified rice, asserts Ministry
  • APM Terminals & ZPMC enter into strategic alliance with strong focus on automation
  • Container volume at Rotterdam port back above pre-Corona level
  • Building of logistics resilience in post-Covid recovery cannot do without embracing automation & digitalisation
  • Framework for implementation, monitoring & support mechanism of PM Gati Shakti National Master Plan approved
  • Gateway Distriparks' Q2FY22 consolidated PAT up 1,255.5%
  • TN govt signs MoU for developing multimodal logistics park in Tiruvallur
  • UK mulling relaxing road cabotage rules
  • Economy seen growing at 10.5 pc in FY 22
  • Indian e-commerce industry to grow by 84 pc
  • Crewing crisis & a lurking opportunity
  • NTC Logistics India appoints Shantha Martin as Chief Executive Officer, International Freight Forwarding Division

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International Transport Journalweb site
OCTOBER 22, 2021
  • The renaissance of regional buffer stocks
  • Special team to design zero-emission vehicles
  • Bertschi invests in green supply chains
  • Trade prices with China keep falling
  • PAC implements tracking and notification service
  • Kerry and Hengan form JV
  • Augmenting hinterland services
  • IAG chooses Nicholas Cadbury
  • Geodis expands footprint in Sweden
  • Antwerp back to 2019 levels
  • Aapa elects four new members
  • Meridiam wins concession to build airport
  • Swiss-Swedish cooperation for methanol
  • Stef buys Langdon
  • Countering the supply chain crisis
  • Roman Stiftner to be president of ESC
  • Vital cargo to Malawi for SADC summit
  • "Curiosity of the Day"

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The Loadstarweb site
OCTOBER 21, 2021
  • UK forwarder turns tide on container lines with direct China-UK service
  • Anger as Cathay Pacific Cargo adds GRI to blocked space agreements
  • RCL's 12,000 teu newbuild duo look set for Persian Gulf service
  • Trucking costs rise as US freight traffic grows - but the momentum is slowing
  • Strong peak season volume increases at HKIA tempered by Covid delays
  • Chittagong cracks down on dangerous goods left at cramped port yards
  • DP World launches 'end-to-end logistics platform' to compete with carriers
  • EXCLUSIVE M&A radar: M'rsk to snap up German air freight firm - sources

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Marine Logweb site
OCTOBER 21, 2021
  • VIDEO: BHP charters in two more Rotortugs for Port Hedland
    Rotterdam-headquartered Kotug reports that two newbuild Rotortugs - RT Imperieuse and RT Clerke - have arrived in Port Hedland, Australia, to start a long term charter to mining giant BHP. Both vessels
  • New Eastern Shipbuilding C5ISR production facility supports OPC construction
    Eastern Shipbuilding Group this week commissioned a new C5ISR (Command, Control, Computers, Communications, Cyber, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance) production facility at its Allanton, Fla., shipyard. The new, dedicated shore-based facility is specifically
  • Navy: Loss of Bonhomme Richard "completely preventable"
    The U.S. Navy yesterday released two reports into the fire aboard USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6) on July 12, 2020, that caused such extensive damage that it was subsequently decided to decommission
  • DSC Dredge to construct one of the largest 24-inch dredges in U.S.
    Reserve, La., based DSC Dredge LLC is to build a custom 24-inch dual pump Marlin Class dredge; one of the largest of its kind in the United States, to maintain U.S. navigable
  • Port of Oakland: No congestion here
    Officials at the Port of Oakland, Calif., are calling on shipping lines to route more to the port in the middle of supply chain crises elsewhere. The port says its marine terminals

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Lloyd's Listweb site
OCTOBER 21, 2021
  • Exmar joins forces to develop new type of CO2 carrier
    The carrier will also be suitable for liquefied petroleum gas and ammonia transportation
  • European Shippers' Council names Stiftner as president
    New ESC president calls for greater transparency so the industry can meet challenges such as the pandemic, highlighting the importance...
  • Reefer sector loses its allure
    Reefer cargoes, with their more expensive freight rates, used to be the darlings of the container sector. But the battle...
  • Chinese lessors weigh options of bearing owners' green risks
    The scale of Chinese ship lessors should allow them to exert greater influence on the path of developing alternative marine...
  • Capital bond raises $175m to fund LNG carrier deals
    Athens Stock Exchange's second mainstream shipping bond is a new source of capital for some but not for all
  • UK ports cautiously optimistic for year ahead
    UK ports business have been hit by the pandemic and by Brexit. Despite the challenges, the majority are looking to...
  • Singapore uses Tuas storage to tackle supply chain disruption
    More than 2,500 local workers have been recruited to boost its workforce by around 20%, senior minister says
  • Frangou says Navios will enter more sectors
    Navios chief Angeliki Frangou says diversification makes company more resilient and brings advantages to both chartering and acquisitions
  • Daily Briefing
    P&I club general increases unnecessary, says Marsh | FuelEU rules open to abuse, say EU shipowners | Greece urges immediate...
  • China to extend influence on shipping, says Cosco chief
    The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, which it is hoped will take effect in January, 'will become the most promising growth...
  • Baltic Exchange names ex-RightShip chief as carbon lead
    The Baltic Exchange says it is laying the foundations for consistency in the way in which carbon is priced into...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
OCTOBER 21, 2021
  • Truckload carriers see no pricing 'pullback' on horizon
  • California's Newsom directs state to find sites for container storage
  • HMM to launch Asia-ECSA service amid capacity crunch, record rates
  • Chemical shippers complain of struggle to move cargo
  • C.H. Robinson, SPS team to help retail LTL shippers
  • K+N taps Blume Global to manage US drayage puzzle

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TradeWindsweb site
OCTOBER 21, 2021
  • Zim confirms $320m spend for seven secondhand boxships
  • Capesize bulker market to keep falling, brokers say
  • Burke pumps up tankers before third-quarter results
  • Diana Shipping's first dividend since 2008 tipped to become a regular payout
  • 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
  • Greenpeace daubs LNG Croatia FSRU with 'Climate killer' tag
  • John Fredriksen-backed Northern Drilling cancels second DSME rig resale
  • Dalian-based Fortune Ocean sells handysize bulkers as it grows kamsarmax fleet
  • Marinakis family buys $6m more of Capital Product Partners
  • Smaller bulkers hold steady while capesizes keep falling
  • Louis-Dreyfus signs deal to carry Airbus parts from China to Canada
  • UK P&I Club sets 12.5% general increase
  • Crawford-Brunt to lead decarbonisation at Baltic Exchange
  • CMA got half a loaf in 2021 as it sets sights on full banquet in March
  • Should finance for ships be part of Washington's offshore wind push?
  • LNG ship charterers may opt to extend one-year plays, Fearnleys says
  • Oshima Shipbuilding recruits ahead of Koyagi yard reopening
  • Odfjell seafarer dies after Covid-19 outbreak on tanker in Antwerp
  • EnTrust hungry for more as it takes over 76-ship Maas Capital fleet
  • Emanuele Grimaldi pushing the green agenda in shipping
  • 'Beloved' Monjasa chairman Christian Merrild dies at 67
  • Gotland to tackle 'significant' loss in weak product tanker market
  • Greek shipping bonds hit stride with second successful issue
  • Tufton ready to raise $38m as it sees multiple 'tanker catalysts'
  • Cargo owners urged to take the wheel in the drive towards zero-carbon shipping
  • DNB adds $240m to shipping book as Norway 'wakes up'
  • Feeder vessels blow in to bridge offshore wind installation gap
  • MSC named as charterer behind Zodiac's first LNG-fuelled boxships
  • Singapore charges two over corrupt bunker trading practices
  • MSC cements its move to LNG fuelling with Cido Shipping boxship duo
  • Rio Tinto flips dual-fuelled bulk carrier newbuildings to JP Morgan for fat profit

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American Shipperweb site
OCTOBER 21, 2021
  • Federal panel recommends military drivers help clear ports
    Military truck drivers and $1,000-per-chassis tax credit incentives are part of a slate of recommendations for the commerce secretary to consider to help unclog U.S....
  • Mesa Air to become first US airline to test drone delivery
    Regional operator Mesa Air Group will begin testing last-mile drone delivery in a partnership with manufacturer Flirtey.
  • American Airlines' Q3 cargo yields double from pre-crisis levels
    American Airlines is riding the cargo wave, like its competitors, but a challenging passenger environment is holding back its financial performance.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
OCTOBER 21, 2021
  • Brazil's fuel production dips slightly amid maintenance, expansion efforts: Petrobras
    Petrobras previously warned distributors it may not be able to meet stronger-than-usual demand for diesel, gasoline in November.
  • Crude futures pull back from multiyear highs as pandemic concerns prompt profit-taking
    Despite near-term demand pressures, forward structure continues to reflect longer-term bullish sentiment.
  • OIL FUTURES: Crude prices fall amid mixed inventory indications
    Crude futures fluctuated through the morning, following a mixed picture from US inventories this week, with Oct. 20's Energy Information Administration report showing crude oil stocks declining.
  • RUSSIA DATA: September refining throughput rises 4.7% on year to 22.746 mil mt
    The year-on-year increase in throughput was due to run cuts last year, while the monthly decrease was due to autumn refinery turnarounds.
  • FUJAIRAH DATA: Sep bunker sales slip 9.5% on month as high prices curb demand
    Buyers held off purchases as long as possible in September because the rally in crude oil drove up costs, traders said.
  • Demand for all kinds of energy is 'insatiable' as focus turns to storage ahead of winter: BP CEO
    There are "questions around supply and demand in the market and of course when you start heading into the winter people begin to worry and then you have a degree of speculation entering the market,' BP CEO Bernard Looney said at the India Energy Forum by CERAWeek.
  • TENDER DATA: Thailand's PTT sells IMO 2020-compliant fuel oil for Nov 7-9 loading
    The company did not export IMO 2020-compliant cargoes over August-October due to higher domestic bunker demand and an unexpected shutdown of its crude distillation unit.
  • KPI, Straits Bunkering employees in Singapore charged for corruption
    Between June 2017 and August 2018, Muhammad Afzal Bin Mohamed Ekbar, a bunker trader at KPI Bridge Oil Singapore Pte Ltd at that time, had allegedly obtained gratifications totaling at least $191,250 from Mohammad Shafiq Bin Nezammuddin, director of Straits Bunkering Pte Ltd at that time, the CPIB said in a statement on Oct. 19
  • Ineos plans hydrogen production for transport from UK Runcorn chemicals site
    'Hydrogen-powered transport will play a critical role in the UK's journey to net-zero,' Inovyn CEO Geir Tuft said.
  • Platts to eliminate use of 'hand blends' in trades reported through US MOC process for 0.5%S marine fuel
    Market feedback suggested it was not common for 0.5%S marine fuel to be delivered from multiple tanks for a single transaction and blended on the receiving vessel in the US for barge-sized transactions.
  • South Korea-Japan delivered Marine Fuel 0.5%S spread flips to discount on tight supply in Tokyo Bay
    Demand in South Korea has been below average over the past week, with multiple traders saying it was notably weaker than in September.
  • Singapore's HSFO crack weakens on Kuwait's unexpected export, demand drop
    Kuwait Petroleum Corp. unexpectedly sold a HSFO cargo for prompt loading after a fire broke out at Mina Al-Ahmadi refinery on Oct. 18, fuel oil traders said.
  • Singapore-delivered 380 CST HSFO bunker delivery lead time blows out to 6-12 days on tight supply
    Congestion at Straits terminals following a COVID-19 outbreak at Universal Terminal in early October has further tightened barge availability.

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