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Exim Indiaweb site
OCTOBER 4, 2017
  • India's H1 ex-im growth loses the double-digit, yet remains relatively robust, says Maersk report
  • Swire Shipping to enhance PNG liner service coverage from Nov.
  • Adani Ports, Mundra sets national record for largest parcel size of containers handled in one vessel
  • Cabinet approves renaming of Kandla Port as Deendayal Port
  • HTOA highlights its achievements at 10th AGM
  • RBI keeps interest rate unchanged

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International Transport Journalweb site
OCTOBER 5, 2017
  • Haste to manage waste
  • Parcel market in European continues to boom
  • Fresh blood for Europa's air and sea department
  • Vectron locomotives certified for Netherlands
  • Dispute settled by ITIC
  • Limited liberty for drones around "Lady Liberty"
  • New rail access to ship 27,000 containers full of meet
  • GLP acquires Gazeley
  • Dorsman: from the Royals to ECSA
  • Roll-out of first B787-10
  • Good growth rates for port of Baltimore
  • More trains between Germany and Italy
  • Emirates Skycargo supports Sri Lankan seafood exports
  • CMA CGM acquires Sofrana Unilines
  • Bolloré Logistics helps hurricane victims
  • AAPA picks new chairs for technical committees

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IHS Maritimeweb site
OCTOBER 4, 2017
  • Shipping bank loan pullback: Cyclical or secular?
  • Cheshire fertiliser ship drama still a mystery
  • Maritime cyber security survey 2017
  • Viking Supply Ships calls EGM to approve rights issue
  • CoscoCap shakes up Shanghai marine insurance
  • Dutch shipowners' leader Dorsman takes over in ECSA hot seat
  • Ship recyclers resist rising prices
  • Sembmarine cancels three Oro Negro rigs
  • Drop in China's sugar imports just 'a blip'
  • Norwegian Coastal Administration oil slick exercise praised
  • South Korean compatriot shipping rivals come together

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The Loadstarweb site
OCTOBER 4, 2017
  • Lack of ULCVs could cost THE Alliance members $500 per teu on Asia-Europe
  • Calling all cargo airlines: join Project Selfie
  • Atlas Air vs pilots clash gets court date as protests hit Miami symposium
  • Fake news, Puerto Rico's truckers and relief supplies
  • 'Active' controlled atmosphere brings fresh technology to the reefer
  • Google and Rolls-Royce partner-up on autonomous ship development
  • It's addictive: the logistics of fidget spinners
  • Sune Thorleifsson to lead SAL Heavy Lift marine projects team
  • Bibby appoints Jonathan Vivian regional general manager

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Marine Logweb site
OCTOBER 4, 2017
  • Keppel Shipyard wins another FPSO conversion contract
  • USS John S. McCain to be repaired in Yokosuka, Japan
  • ASL Shipyard to build Coastal Response Vessel trio
  • PPL Shipyard terminates three jack-up contracts
  • Norwegian inspectors find high sulfur content in vessel's fuel
  • Foss vessels to support FEMA relief efforts
  • John Hunter joins Bristol Harbor Group
  • MAN delivers gensets for first Italian Navy multipurpose OPV
  • Sterling Adlakha named Harley Marine CFO

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Lloyd's Listweb site
OCTOBER 4, 2017
  • Globus Maritime reduces second-quarter loss
    Improved market helps Greek owner of five bulkers
  • Clipper to close five offices to simplify dry bulk activities
    Operations will be handled from Copenhagen, Houston and Hong Kong
  • Maritime more important than ever after Brexit, says Liam Fox
    International trade secretary sets out stall in exclusive Lloyd's List interview
  • Can UK logistics avoid a looming crunch?
    Despite jaunty headlines about rising confidence, the underlying fundamentals suggest the delicately balanced UK supply chain sector could be facing...
  • Panamax rates start to edge up after hitting one-month low
    Market sentiment still strong for fourth quarter uptick
  • Economou stumps up $99m to cover DryShips rights offering
    Chief executive boosts stake to 70% after other shareholders pass
  • Suezmax earnings on Baltic Exchange rebound above $10,000 per day
    Demand outlook firms in October with stronger charter activity reported across regions
  • Market fundamentals decidedly firming for product tankers
    BAML observes rising output from refineries as fuel inventories fall
  • Tanker scrapping accelerates amid soft earnings and higher recycle rates
    January-September saw 5.9m dwt of crude carriers scrapped versus 1.4m dwt in whole of 2016, Clarksons data shows
  • African port developments need careful consideration
    Ports need to consider the position on the One Belt, One Road trade lane
  • Falling behind in ordering ultra large boxships could hinder The Alliance's competitiveness, says Alphaliner
    One line estimates the cost advantage of a 20,000 teu vessel over older 14,000 teu ships could be as large...
  • Wärtsilä bags Finnish LNG terminal contract
    Terminal expected to be up and running in three years
  • Daily Briefing
    Why it's time to turn down the hype around the US oil export boom
  • Genting HK to delist in Singapore to focus on North Asia cruise market
    Company aims to reduce administrative and compliance costs associated with the secondary listing
  • Rolls-Royce and Google to improve autonomous ship sight
    Google's Cloud Machine Learning Engine to enhance Rolls-Royce's object identification artificial intelligence for recognising objects at sea
  • Diana Shipping wins 78% rate boost from latest time charter deal
    Panamax Crystalia secures gross rate of $11,100 per day minus 5% commission to third parties
  • Cambodia denies link to seized North Korean ship carrying weapons
    The Cambodian government reiterated that use of the nation's flag of convenience by any ship was illegal
  • Sembcorp Marine axes Oro Negro rig contracts
    Vessels had been technically accepted by the owner though delivery had been deferred
  • Singapore port regulator gains more clout in deciding key stake transactions
    Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore now has the power to veto the purchase or sale of shareholdings in key...
  • Safe Bulkers secures $17m cash on hand after latest loan refinancing
    Refinancing also leads to a debt writeoff of about $8.3m
  • UK insurers launch dangerous goods database
    Portal seeks to simplify interactions between shipping lines, ports and terminals

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
OCTOBER 4, 2017
  • Connie Award to honor XPO Logistics CEO Jacobs
  • Air cargo growth forecast to accelerate further
  • US truckload spot market burns 'hot,' fueled by demand
  • THE Alliance dropping behind peers in megaship capacity
  • Vancouver port considers tiered drayage appointment system
  • Maersk expects India market to accelerate after slowdown

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TradeWindsweb site
OCTOBER 4, 2017
  • US crude oil exports hit new record
    Price spreads between US and foreign crudes continue to favour exports, with spot rates seeing gains.
  • Samsung asks USCG okay on ballast gear
    Korea's leading shipbuilder looks to add US Coast Guard certification for its own line of ballast gear.
  • Golden Ocean takes extra cover as dry cargo rates climb
    Giant bulker owner said to have fixed out one of its kamsarmaxes in better market.
  • Economou buys $99.2m in DryShips rights sale
    Chief executive boosts equity stake through recent rights offering, which adds to company's cash balance.
  • Clipper Bulk streamlines with office closures
    Danish owner shutting down in US, Brazil, Singapore and China as it refocuses operation.
  • Denholm takes Singapore reins at Lorentzen & Stemoco
    Caroline Tidemand confirms appointment of former Castleton Commodities man.
  • Vroon wins big UK wind farm contract
    Dutch owner's MPI Offshore operation to install 92 foundations off east coast.
  • Euronav wins sustainable storage work for ULCC
    Contract with Statoil shows unique tanker remain's part of shipowner's core fleet.
  • Hagen to build hydrogen-fuelled cruiseship
    Brokers expect it could take seven years to complete pioneering passenger vessel.
  • Drydocks World upgrading Bluewater FPSO
    UAE yard to extend the life of 1999-built unit for work off Scotland.
  • Ex-USCG man is new Harley Marine CFO
    Sterling Adlakha joins US owner from rival Kirby Corp.
  • Brokers link Zodiac Maritime to second Wah Kwong VLCC deal
    Market speculation running ahead of reality in rumoured crude tanker deal, sources say
  • Pilot catches officer leaving bridge unmanned
    Early arrival of pilot boat caused rash decision on cargoship, MAIB reveals.
  • MSR Gryfia wins icebreaker deal
    Polish yard to build four vessels for regional water authority.
  • Agia Zoni clean-up master guilty of oil smuggling
    Captain of Lassea receives suspended sentence after fuel from Greek spill found in ballast tanks.
  • Alpha Ship scraps vessel cut loose by Hanjin Shipping
    German owner scraps what is the last vessel left idle after Hanjin's bankruptcy.
  • Tanker and warship collide in Taiwan
    Navy says Vietnamese vessel clipped stern while making a turn in Kaohsiung.
  • Wartsila buys PureGas for $35m
    Finnish marine group adds Swedish biogas conversion company.
  • Bondholder group challenging Seadrill scheme growing
    Group nearing 33% mark required to mount a possible challenge of proposed restructuring terms.
  • SolstadFarstad offloads veteran PSV
    Norwegian offshore giant trims fleet again with disposal of laid-up ship.
  • Stolt-Nielsen tipped to maintain 'solid' profit
    Norne Research keeps owner at hold, but does not expect chemical tanker turnaround anytime soon.
  • Grimaldi Group buys Finnlines ro-pax
    Owner's controlling shareholder continues to optimise Baltic fleet.
  • Suez Canal Authority books dredger giants at IHC
    Cutter section newbuildings will be the world's largest in terms of dimensions and total power.
  • Sigma Tankers fleet tops 50 ship mark
    Heidmar-operated aframax/LR2 pool reaches landmark with Greek and Indian additions.
  • Pioneer Marine teams up with BaltNav
    Danish freight company set to commercially manage unspecified number of owner's fleet.

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American Shipperweb site
OCTOBER 4, 2017
  • Stakeholders concerned about possible lack of P3 funding for U.S. infrastructure
    With the news coming down recently that the Trump administration could abandon the public-private partnership funding component of its $1 t...
  • SEC investigates Celadon Group
    The SEC has called upon Celadon to provide documents related to the subpoena. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has initiat...
  • XPO to offer interactive last-mile technology
    XPO's new technology will allow for heavy goods to be delivered without the recipient needed at home. Greenwich, Conn.-based global third-p...
  • FTR: Trailer orders building up in advance of fall order season
    U.S. trailer orders in September rose 7 percent month-over-month and 62 percent compared to September 2016, according to freight transporta...
  • Distribution consultant to use LLamasoft tools
    Distribution consulting and engineering firm Fortna it will use supply chain design software from LLamasoft as the core technology for its ...
  • Greenbriar orders signal 'strong start' to its FY2018
    Oregon-based railcar manufacturer Greenbrier Companies, Inc., has announced its fourth quarter orders, thus closing out its 2017 fiscal yea...
  • Economist: Global trade outlook good, but demographics, U.S. policy present challenges
    The current global economic outlook looks good, but challenges expected to crop up in the future include U.S. trade policy, demographics an...
  • BC grocery store wine sales spill into WTO
    The United States has requested World Trade Organization consultations related to Canadian province British Columbia's handling of grocery ...
  • CenterPoint sells 21-building portfolio in Chicago area
    CenterPoint Properties, an industrial real estate development and management firm based in Oak Brook, Ill., sold off a 21-building portfoli...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
OCTOBER 4, 2017
  • Russia's openness to extending oil cuts a boon for Aramco IPO
    With his declaration Wednesday that Russia would be open to extending the OPEC/non-OPEC production cut agreement through the end of 2018 or even beyond, President Vladimir Putin may have given a welcome lift to Saudi officials eyeing a rich valuation for their crown jewel, state oil company Aramco.
  • Record-high crude exports pull inventories lower again
    US crude exports averaged nearly 2 million b/d last week, surpassing the previous all time-high set the week prior, pulling crude stocks lower, Energy Information Administration data showed Wednesday.
  • NYMEX crude falls below $50/b on climbing US production
    Oil futures were mixed Wednesday as refined products strengthened on weekly US data showing a draw in distillate stocks, while crude weakened over signs of rising US production.
  • FUJAIRAH DATA: Oil product stocks drop 14.4% on week to 16.512 mil barrels
    Fujairah's commercial stocks of refined oil products in the week to Monday were the lowest level since stock records for the UAE port began being published in January.
  • Bunkering operations resume at Novorossiisk as storm warning lifted
    The Novorossiisk port authority lifted Wednesday its storm warning limiting bunkering and loading operations, with sources saying bad weather at the Russian Black Sea port had abated.
  • Tussle in Nigeria's oil ministry poses threat to reform of oil sector
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • No pressure on Iran to join OPEC output cuts: Zanganeh
    "No [there is no pressure]. We are complying with our commitment very well. We have more than 100% average compliance," Zanganeh said.
  • ANALYSIS: Lofty Middle East crude premiums stoke new US-India arbitrage flow
    - India's Reliance joins list of US-India crude arbitrage players - Spot premiums, OSPs seen expensive for light sour Abu Dhabi grades - Dubai/WTI swaps spread widens to fresh two-year high last week
  • FACTBOX: Russia-Saudi cooperation settling into long-term energy partnership
    Plans are underway this week to cement existing cooperation with a number of signings on long-term oil, gas and petrochemicals collaboration.




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