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18 April 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 14:37 GMT+2

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Exim Indiaweb site
MARCH 25, 2021
  • Efforts on to clear grounded vessel in Suez Canal
  • NAPA, MOL & ClassNK agree to joint further development of a comprehensive navigational risk monitoring system
  • Wan Hai Lines confirms order for 5 new vessels
  • Export of engineering goods down in Feb.
  • Seafood exports seen lower than last fiscal
  • GRV Prasada Rao appointed Traffic Manager at Deendayal Port
  • LNG bunkering available throughout Port of Antwerp
  • Working of Sections on 28th March 2021
  • HAROPA launches new commercial incentives for modal shift
  • Mansukh Mandaviya calls for entire gamut of logistics to be developed in tandem
  • National Rail Plan aims big for freight
  • Two railroads to combine to create first rail network connecting the US, Mexico & Canada
  • Govt encouraging cold storage development: Minister
  • Urgent measures to sensitise trade in light of proposed changes to Section 46 of the Customs Act, 1962
  • CCBA & ACAAI jointly organise Covid vaccination camp for members
  • Chinese economy recovering steadily this year

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International Transport Journalweb site
MARCH 26, 2021
  • Do as airfreight does?
  • FMCG warehouse in Kenya re-certified
  • Coal transport now in open top containers
  • Sustainable air freight a subject for 3PL
  • An e-truck for each market segment
  • Board executive officer for Long Beach
  • Simply epic
  • More short sea capacity in Gothenburg
  • UPS picks president for European market
  • Egypt: new regional anchor
  • Austrian carrier expands network
  • Digital planning for berths in St. Petersburg
  • UECC pumps new blood into old veins
  • Vallair's last B737-400 freighter to Malaysia
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • 100 more intermodal twins
  • Laurels for logistics building of the year
  • Fresh hands at the helm
  • From Florida even further south

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The Loadstarweb site
MARCH 25, 2021
  • Specialist salvors on their way as more vessels queue behind Ever Given
  • Strong second half gives Yang Ming newfound financial confidence
  • Global forwarding the star performer, driving growth for Kerry Logistics
  • Injection of business as on-board couriers meet challenges of the pandemic
  • Global players start to move in on Indonesia's e-commerce boom
  • Anger as Border Force insist on hanging onto 'inactive' temporary control post
  • Against the odds: Ever Given - a Black Swan event?
  • Market Insight: Kuehne beyond Kuehne

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Marine Logweb site
MARCH 25, 2021
  • CDC tepid on CLIA request, but meantime FMC's Sola has a plan
    The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) appears to be in no hurry to respond to the Cruise Line International Association's call for it to to lift the Framework for
  • Harvey Gulf Subsea awarded work scopes for two more vessels
    Harvey Gulf Subsea Solutions reports that it has been awarded two additional scopes of work for two of its Gulf of Mexico assets. The new awards come within days of the company's
  • New report explains IMO cruise and ferry sector cybersecurity requirement
    Leading global mobile satcom specialist Inmarsat has released a new, free of charge, report covering new International Maritime Organization cybersecurity requirements and their implications for cruise ship and ferry operators. By IMO
  • MetalCraft Marine delivers high performance fireboat to Vietnam
    MetalCraft Marine, which has yards in both Watertown, N.Y., and Kingston, Ontario, reports that its Kingston yard has delivered a Firestorm 36 Mk II fireboat to the Fire Department of Quang Ninh
  • VIDEO: Suez Canal could be blocked for weeks
    UPDATED: This morning, the Suez Canal remained blocked by the giant containership Ever Given, which remains wedged across the waterway, preventing the passage of canal traffic in both directions. The delays could

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MARCH 25, 2021
  • Boxships begin to divert from Suez Canal
    The Suez Canal remains closed to traffic in both directions. Carriers are now looking at adding a week to their...
  • Israeli-owned boxship damaged by 'missile'
    Liberia-flagged, Israeli-owned panamax boxship Lori reportedly struck by missile while travelling from Tanzania to India. The incident follows tit-for-tat attacks...
  • Weekly Briefing: Suez stretches supply chains but spares tankers | Dry bulk deals with political stand-off
    All eyes are on the Suez Canal blockage in this week's markets round-up, for good reason - an estimated 12% of...
  • Suez Canal's red light puts brake on new car deliveries
    One of the world's largest car carriers Wallenius Wilhelmsen evaluating whether to divert other ships via Cape of Good Hope
  • Almost all Suez tailback vessels likely lack cover for delays
    Timechartered tonnage remains on-hire, lawyers confirm, which is positive for owners but conversely negative for charterers paying out for duration...
  • Questions raised over cause of Ever Given grounding
    Engine failure and heavy weather have both been cited as reasons behind Ever Given's grounding in the Suez Canal. But...
  • Seafarer training falling behind as tech accelerates
    The delay between introducing new technology on board ships and full implementation of training on that equipment will grow. Bringing...
  • Cosco board eyes order for 10 dual-fuel megaships
    Cosco has been reluctant to burn LNG on its new ships owing to concerns about a lack of fuel infrastructure...
  • Suez blockage extends as salvors fail to free Ever Given
    The queue of traffic waiting to transit the Suez has grown significantly overnight, with over 200 vessels now stuck due...
  • Off-peak season to ease Suez Canal strain on LNG shipping
    'The disruption on the LNG market will be limited if the congestion in the Suez Canal is resolved in a...
  • Tankers to feel limited impact from Suez Canal shutdown
    If the blockage is prolonged, Wood Mackenzie expects oil product trade flows from Europe and the Mediterranean to the East...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Suez Canal remains blocked despite efforts to refloat grounded vessel | Grounding likely to generate big insurance...
  • Global LPG exports to rise as petchem demand grows
    The tanker research and consulting group believes a forecast rise in LPG shipments will also be buoyed by strong incremental growth...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MARCH 25, 2021
  • Kerry Logistics sells warehousing interests in move to shed assets
  • Merged CP-KCS offers new cross-border intermodal growth ramp
  • Trans-Pac reliability deteriorates further as global decline stalls
  • Logistics technology buying patterns at odds with integrated approach
  • Prolonged Suez blockage raises risk of port congestion, blank sailings

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TradeWindsweb site
MARCH 25, 2021
  • Wan Hai Lines splashes out $550m on neo-panamax boxship quintet
  • Ever Given owner Shoei Kisen apologises for Suez Canal incident
  • Tufton Oceanic falls short of $25m target in tap issue
  • USTC buys pellet giant CM Biomass to further green trading ambitions
  • Big and dangerous: Victor Vescovo reveals what the Titanic is really like now
  • Record-breaking explorer Victor Vescovo puts unique diving ship up for sale
  • Fortescue Metals opts to leapfrog LNG in favour of green ammonia
  • Costa Cruises installs Mario Zanetti as its new president
  • Adnoc Logistics & Services takes LNG-fuelling plunge on VLCCs
  • Smit Salvage assists with Ever Given refloating effort in Suez Canal
  • Diamond S may have to place tanker pair with disgruntled Marinakis
  • Founding investor begins sell-down of Pangaea Logistics stock
  • Trolls target Egypt's first female captain with fake claims after Suez Canal grounding
  • Color Line's earnings plunge into the red for 2020
  • Salvors warn Ever Given refloating operation on Suez Canal could take weeks
  • JP Morgan ponders neo-panamax boxship order at Hyundai Heavy Industries
  • Titan LNG outlines large vessel expansion plan
  • Yang Ming launches $342m share offer as it logs bumper profit
  • Wan Hai Lines splashes out $550m on neo-panamax boxship quintet
  • Ever Given owner Shoei Kisen apologises for Suez Canal incident
  • Tufton Oceanic raises $15m as it eyes further shipping investments
  • USTC buys pellet giant CM Biomass to further green trading ambitions
  • Big and dangerous: Victor Vescovo reveals what the Titanic is really like now
  • Record-breaking explorer Victor Vescovo puts unique diving ship up for sale
  • Fortescue Metals opts to leapfrog LNG in favour of green ammonia
  • Costa Cruises installs Mario Zanetti as its new president
  • Adnoc Logistics & Services takes LNG-fuelling plunge on VLCCs
  • Smit Salvage assists with Ever Given refloating effort in Suez Canal
  • MSC's $3bn spree lines up 27 slots at Chinese yards
  • Shipyard berths vanish for 2023 newbuilding deliveries
  • Adnoc Logistics & Services takes LNG-fuelling plunge on VLCCs
  • Smit Salvage assists with Ever Given refloating effort in Suez Canal
  • MSC's $3bn spree lines up 27 slots at Chinese yards
  • Shipyard berths vanish for 2023 newbuilding deliveries

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American Shipperweb site
MARCH 25, 2021
  • Buttigieg vows to help US exporters resolve supply chain woes
    The U.S. secretary of transportation testifies before Congress on the Biden administration's infrastructure priorities.
  • Amazon airline ATSG touts red-hot business for cargo jet leases
    Air Transport Services Group is riding the e-commerce wave. It's expanding its fleet to meet demand from Amazon and other customers.
  • Eureka, another container ship en route to Long Beach, delayed
    The Maersk Eureka is 650 miles off the coast of Alaska awaiting repairs

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MARCH 25, 2021
  • S KOREA DATA: Feb gasoil exports climb 4% on month
    South Korea's February gasoil exports climbed 4.01% on the month, easing off from the seven-year low registered in January, as firmer regional demand for the middle distillate spurred an increase in outflows.
  • Seven Maersk vessels affected by Suez Canal blockage
    Seven Maersk vessels are affected by the Suez Canal blockage, according to an advisory by the Danish container carrier March 25.
  • INDIA DATA: Jan fuel oil exports fall 33% amid lower operation rates
    India's fuel oil exports in February fell 33% on the month to 75,000 mt, latest data from the country's Petroleum Planning and Analysis Cell showed, as refiners cut their operation rates amid weak demand for oil products.
  • Japan's ENEOS settles Jan-Mar fuel oil prices 22-23% higher on firmer oil
    Japan's largest refiner ENEOS has settled with domestic industrial customers its January-March quarter fuel oil prices around 22-23% higher than the previous quarter mainly due to firm oil prices, according to documents seen by S&P Global Platts.
  • FEATURE: ADNOC, Fujairah bet on each other's growth with Murban crude futures launch
    The strategically sited eastern UAE port of Fujairah is about to get a facelift as the primary delivery point for a new crude futures contract that could transform how the Middle East's oil is traded.
  • Total says suspends Italy Tempa Rossa crude production for 'extraordinary' maintenance
    Total has halted production at its Tempa Rossa onshore heavy oil complex n Southern Italy so it can carry out "extraordinary" maintenance, the French company and project operator has said.
  • Israeli-owned container ship Lori 'attacked' in the Arabian Sea: source
    Lori, an Israeli-owned container ship, was attacked in the Arabian Sea on March 25, and is currently heading to India, where its damage will be assessed, a source close to the matter said March 25.
  • Fresh wave of lockdowns hit oil demand markers in Southern Europe
    Oil demand markers in Southern Europe slipped over the last week to March 21 as a wave of new lockdowns and restrictions came into force to contain the latest surge in COVID-19 infection rates.
  • Brazil's Petrobras, Abu Dhabi's Mubadala sign $1.65B deal for RLAM refinery
    The board of Brazilian state-led oil company Petrobras approved the sale of the Refinaria Landulpho Alves, or RLAM, to Abu Dhabi's Mubadala Investment Co. for $1.65 billion, with the two companies signing a sales contract, Petrobras said.
  • Clean product cracks support light Middle East crude values
    A preference for lighter crude grades has been demonstrated through spot values for Middle East crude, as by-product light distillate refining margins, especially those for gasoline, have outperformed heavier distillate refining margins this year.
  • Iran president says oil export pipeline to be operational this year: Shana
    Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said March 25 that the country's strategic oil export route will soon become operational to pipe around the restive Strait of Hormuz.
  • Container ships turn to Cape of Good Hope as Suez issues continue: cFlow
    The Ever Greet, a sister ultra large container ship of the Ever Given currently blocking the Suez Canal, has turned south on its voyage to Rotterdam and appears to be heading for transit via the Cape of Good Hope, rather than join the ever lengthening queue of ships waiting for the Suez Canal, data from Platts cFlow trade-flow software showed March 25.
  • OIL FUTURES: Crude resumes declines as stronger dollar, pandemic concerns ail market
    Crude oil price declines resumed on March 25, with futures giving back nearly all of their prior session gains as pandemic demand concerns overshadowed reports of an extended closure of the Suez Canal.
  • Container lines warn of further delays at Suez, publish waiting lists amid record freight rates
    **North Asia-to-North container rate 631% higher on the year **Potential opportunity for European ports to work on existing backlog
  • IMO marks bunker consumption at 213 mil mt globally, containerships tops demand
    **Global bunker consumption at 213 mil in 2019 **Containerships, tankers, bulk carriers highest consumers **HSFO took 80% demand share pre-IMO 2020
  • Gothenburg to add short-sea terminal service amid EU push to cut road freight 30%
    **Diesel, gasoil demand in West European transport about 4.4 mil b/d in 2019 **EU transport goal of a 60% reduction in GHG emissions from transport
  • Oil trade braces for long delays as Suez Canal closure likely to last days
    **Almost 40 oil, LNG tankers waiting to transit the key waterway **Backlog could take a week or more to clear: sources **Traders start to change loading/delivery date of oil cargoes
  • Marex Spectron buys Rotterdam-based oil product broker Starsupply
    **Beefs up EU presence, service range **Latest in string of M&A deals since 2011 formation
  • OIL FUTURES: Prices fall as Suez Canal still closed, demand dips, stock builds loom
    Crude and product stock builds in the US were also putting prices under pressure. The US Energy Information Administration late March 24 reported a 1.91 million-barrel build in crude stocks for the week ended March 19.
  • COVID-19 has shown that decarbonization goals are achievable
    Despite the tremendous growth of renewables, S&P Global Platts Analytics' most plausible scenario points to fossil fuels still accounting for half of the energy mix in 2050.
  • S KOREA DATA: Feb bunker fuel exports plunge 91% on year
    Refiners had continually cut run rates since September last year on poor margins for oil products.
  • No clear winner among many bunker fuel options for decarbonization: experts
    **Long list includes LNG, LPG, biofuels, methanol, ammonia, hydrogen **IMO has targets to cut greenhouse gas emissions **Methanol demonstration planned in May in Europe
  • Unclear when stuck container ship Ever Given to move out of Suez Canal: owner
    **Power shovel works begin to move Ever Given from shallows of canal **Suez Canal is one of the world's most critical commodity chokepoints
  • Suez Canal ship accident delays crude, products arbitrage flows: sources
    **Freight, demurrage costs to rise **Voyages via Cape unlikely **Port congestion looming
  • Total to supply LNG as bunker fuel to MSC Cruises at Marseilles
    Industry sources have indicated that the first MSC cruise ships to receive the LNG should do so in early 2022.
  • High container freight rates leave commodity traders scrambling for alternatives
    **Commodities that typically ship in containers turning to dry bulk vessels **Trading terms evolving to manage logistical challenges **Intermodal transport reliability attracts shippers despite high costs

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