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Exim Indiaweb site
JANUARY 24, 2021
  • Bahri Ship Management receives ISO 45001 certification for occupational health & safety
  • Baltic freight index shows upward trajectory
  • Digitalising the maritime sector seen boosting competitiveness & resilience of global trade
  • Freight rates on Asia-Europe route rise further
  • Adani Group & other stakeholders to invest 49 pc in ECT, Colombo
  • JNPT shallow water berth dismantling work & berthing restrictions
  • Mansukh Mandaviya presides over review meeting with Chairpersons of Major Ports in Kutch
  • CEVA Logistics signs MoU with Hope Consortium to provide logistics support for Covid-19 vaccine distribution worldwide
  • Gujarat inks MoU with APSEZ for India's largest multimodal logistics park
  • Maersk strengthens its landside transportation offerings with first ever East Coast to West Coast containerised cargo movement by rail in India
  • Railways commences time-tabled container train services on specified routes connecting JN Port
  • Ongoing key reforms to help India contribute 15 pc of global GDP by FY26: UBS
  • Smart sequential recovery visible in logistics sector: ICRA
  • 'Budget should also focus on increasing the contribution of ports sector to the country's GDP'

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International Transport Journalweb site
JANUARY 25, 2021
  • "Demanding and flexible"
  • US class I railways invests in core network
  • High hopes for Etihad's pharma shipments
  • Chinese investment for Italian Post
  • Alvarez & Marsal to expand in Europe
  • 10,000th Taiwan-made truck
  • Clarksons' overview on newbuilds
  • Internet thwarts aircraft
  • A new player in Portugal
  • Camaro VII arrives at Birsfelden
  • 13% more cargo at Germany's airports
  • Students optimising tracking and tracing
  • Continental appoints Jean-François Tarabbia
  • Polish distribution on new grounds
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Over 500,000 t of Pacific seafood
  • Eco-friendly air cargo
  • MOL fund for future investments
  • Loop Energy picks CCO

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The Loadstarweb site
JANUARY 22, 2021
  • Spot rates ease - but it could be too little, too late for some
  • Plans for tighter Covid restrictions in Hong Kong threaten airfreight xref to KLM
  • New Dutch quarantine restrictions may push KLM to cancel cargo flights
  • Outbreak of friendlier talks sees today's BA strike called off - for now
  • Most ports more than a year late complying with digital data exchange rules
  • Post-Brexit, UK plc should look to South-east Asia, but don't ignore the EU
  • Calls to vaccinate California port workers to prevent shutdown
  • 2020 air cargo data: a few reasons to be cheerful
  • Analysis: JB Hunt read-across - rail the way to go? Yes and no

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Marine Logweb site
JANUARY 22, 2021
  • USACE awards $8.9 million deck barge contract
    Sterling Shipyard LP, Port Naches, Texas, has been awarded an $8,980,400 firm-fixed-price contract for services to build, test, and deliver a new deck barge that will be paired with a government purchased
  • Thome invests in Kongsberg Digital full mission bridge simulator
    Now in operation at the Thome Group's Makati City facility in the Philippines' Metro Manila region, a new full mission navigation bridge simulator with a 320° view was formally opened, following all
  • VIDEO: Incat Tasmania's latest fast ferry sets sail for Port of Spain
    Following completion of sea trials, Australian shipbuilder Incat Tasmania's latest delivery, the 100 meter catamaran fast ferry Buccoo Reef, departed Hobart for Port of Spain yesterday. The delivery voyage to Trindad and
  • Seafarers on hunger strike hospitalized in Kuwait
    Indian, Turkish, Azerbaijaniani and Bangladeshi seafarers are in the third week of a hunger strike in the port of Shuaiba, Kuwait, reports the International Transport Workers Federation. The abandoned crew of the
  • Wing sail system wins DNV GL Approval in Principle
    DNV GL has awarded an Approval in Principle (AIP) to Korea Shipbuilding and Offshore Engineering (KSOE) for a wing-sail auxiliary propulsion system for ships that is the result of a joint research
  • Inmarsat marks a Fleet Xpress milestone and launches a data academy
    In yet another sign of shipping's insatiable appetite for data, Inmarsat has completed the 10,000th ship installation of its Fleet Xpress maritime broadband solution. Simultaneously it has launched a new "Fleet Data

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JANUARY 22, 2021
  • No hiding place for flags that don't pull their weight
    The idea of 'flag blindness' is not yet tenable. To extend the ophthalmic metaphor, a once-a-year visit to the opticians...
  • The week in charts: Freight derivative trading at 12-year high and tanker scrapping rebound
    The appetite for tanker and dry bulk forward freight agreements has risen significantly off the back of geopolitical uncertainty and...
  • World boxship fleet update: New orders emerge at end of extraordinary year
    While the world boxship fleet grew little in 2020, new orders in the final days of the year are unlikely...
  • Vale says no impact to monthly shipments after Ponta da Madeira fire
    Shipping activities expected to resume in coming days using a second shiploader at the southern berth of pier 4 where...
  • Shell, Mitsubishi and Vattenfall to produce green hydrogen
    The partners hope the plant located next to Hamburg's container terminal could be producing up 100 MW of green hydrogen...
  • High box spot rates show little sign of weakening
    With supply chain bottlenecks still to be alleviated and demand unrelenting, east-west rates continue to demand a premium. The post-Chinese...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Tighter emission requirements drive up demand for fuel-saving equipment | Tanker scrapping to rebound from 23-year low...
  • LNG trade needs greater liquidity to counter volatility
    LNG demand is predominantly still tied to power generation, which subjects trade in the commodity to the vagaries of the...
  • The Lloyd's List Podcast: What are the shipping market tipping points for 2021?
    With the help of BIMCO's chief shipping analyst Peter Sand we're taking a quick run through the key tipping points...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JANUARY 22, 2021
  • COVID-19 surge hurting productivity, but won't close LA-LB ports: employers
  • Late 2020 scramble saves LA-LB shippers from heavy duties
  • RoadOne expands domestic drayage network
  • Trans-Atlantic container trade growth accelerating
  • More Chinese factories working through Lunar New Year

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TradeWindsweb site
JANUARY 22, 2021
  • Nantong Xiangyu scores orders for up to six panamax bulkers
  • Will China lift its three-month ban on Australian coal?
  • Sycamore Partners mum on plans for Azamara cruise line
  • Iran: If the US lifts sanctions, we will comply with nuclear deal
  • China travel curbs rub salt into tanker owners' injury amid market woes
  • Global Ship Lease prices share offering and targets up to $81m in proceeds
  • Have 'masters of the tanker cycle' DHT Holdings timed it right again?
  • The Recap: Siem loses control of Siem; scrubbers pay off; balance returning in oil
  • Costa Smeralda hits pier in Italy, sustains minimal damage
  • Theochari retires as Norton Rose Fulbright's transport head after decades at helm
  • Damaged Maersk boxship forced to divert after container collapse
  • Ocean Yield targets additions after selling tanker to Navig8
  • For public shipowners, once-questionable scrubber investments are starting to clean up
  • New Fortress Energy calculates savings on owned tonnage over chartered fleet
  • Covid-19 outbreak closes GMS Dubai offices
  • VLGCs in freefall as tonnage builds and Aramco cancels cargoes
  • Former marine insurance executive convicted of assaulting his girlfriend
  • P&I renewal talks to tackle 'perfect storm'
  • VLCC rates turn 'negative' but owners still making some money
  • BW-backed Cadeler seen as potential consolidator in wind vessel sector
  • TFG Marine brings in former Ocean Tankers ship for UK bunkering
  • Atlantska sells five bulkers to US and Chinese leasing companies
  • Sir John Cass statue to be removed from City of London over slavery links
  • Libya's GNMTC concludes fleet renewal move with aframax newbuilding
  • Rebel Libyan militia said to have seized another cargoship
  • Disputes rise at German defence club Schutzverein
  • Kristian Siem loses control of Siem Offshore as banks move in
  • Schutzverein consolidates position after weathering the coronavirus storm
  • Hong Kong's Courage Investment Group issues profit warning
  • Where next for Germany's fizzing maritime start-ups?
  • Private equity firm to help take Singapore shipbuilder private
  • Seaspan Corp raises $200m from sustainability-linked bonds

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American Shipperweb site
JANUARY 22, 2021
  • DB Schenker lifts pause on truck trips to UK
    There's a steep learning curve for importers and exporters now that the U.K. is no longer part of the European Union. Botched customs forms are...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JANUARY 22, 2021
  • OIL FUTURES: RBOB rallies against broader energy complex slide after US gasoline draw
    An unexpected US gasoline draw supported RBOB futures Jan. 22 while the rest of the oil complex came under pressure from pandemic-related demand concerns and rising US crude supply.
  • RUSSIA DATA: December fuel oil exports up 6.8% on year to 3.081 mil mt
    Russian fuel oil exports increased by 6.8% year on year to 3.081 million mt in December, according to data released Jan. 22 by the Central Dispatching Unit, the statistical arm of the energy ministry.
  • INE completes first physical VLSFO overseas delivery in Singapore
    Shanghai International Exchange, or INE, completed the first physical delivery outside of China against its tax-free very low sulfur bunker fuel oil futures on Jan. 19-21 in Singapore, it said Jan. 22.
  • European 0.5%S marine fuel strengthens on eastern arb pull
    Very low sulfur fuel oil in Europe has strengthened steadily in recent weeks, supported largely by a pull eastward to Singapore and the surrounding region while domestic availability remained constrained on months of refinery run cuts.
  • Bunkerworld Index: Prices waver as lockdowns intensify
    Bunker prices faltered during the week beginning Jan. 18 as bearish pressures in the wider oil complex outweighed instances of bullish sentiment in marine fuel markets, a pattern some analysts suggest could continue in the near-term.
  • TENDER DATA: Thailand's PTTGC sells IMO-compliant fuel oil for H1 Feb loading
    The company last sold 35,000 mt of IMO 2020-compliant fuel oil with minimum 100-380 CST viscosity for Jan. 16-18 loading from its Map Ta Phut refinery, at a discount of around $3/mt to Mean of Platts Singapore Marine Fuel 0.5%S assessments, S&P Global Platts reported earlier.
  • SINGAPORE DATA: Residue stocks inch 1.3% lower on week as fuel oil imports fall
    Singapore's commercial onshore residue stocks edged 1.37% lower on the week to 21.999 million barrels, or 3.46 million mt, in the week to Jan. 20 amid a decline in fuel oil imports and a pickup in bunker demand, Enterprise Singapore data showed Jan. 21.
  • ARA fuel oil stocks rise 21.9% on week to 1.371 mil mt: Insights Global
    Stocks of fuel oil in the Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp region, as measured by Insights Global, rose 22% to 1.371 million mt in the week to Jan. 20, following a 3% rise the previous week.
  • CHINA DATA: 2020 fuel oil output surges 37.9% on year to 34 million mt
    China's fuel oil output in 2020 climbed 37.9% year on year to 34.06 million mt, according to latest data released by the National Bureau of Statistics. Output rose 17% month on month in December to 2.76 million mt, the data showed.
  • CHINA DATA: 2020 fuel oil exports rise 43% to 15.68 million mt
    China's fuel oil exports climbed 43% to 15.68 million mt in 2020, and were up 76.1% year on year at 2.47 million mt in December, latest data from the General Administration of Customs showed.
  • RUSSIA DATA: December fuel oil exports up 6.8% on year to 3.081 mil mt
  • Bunkerworld Index: Prices waver as lockdowns intensify
    The BW0.5%S Index ended Jan. 21 at $447/mt, down $4/mt on the day, up $1/mt on the week and $41/mt higher than 30 days previously.
  • ARA fuel oil stocks rise 21.9% on week to 1.371 mil mt: Insights Global
  • CHINA DATA: Transport fuel output slides 9% on year to 28.5 mil mt in Dec
  • INE completes first physical VLSFO overseas delivery in Singapore
  • CHINA DATA: 2020 fuel oil exports rise 43% to 15.68 million mt
  • SINGAPORE DATA: Residue stocks inch 1.3% lower on week as fuel oil imports fall
  • Demand for oil storage seen solid in 2021 amid shifting markets: storage experts




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