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18 December 2017 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 02:25 GMT+1




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Sched Netweb site
OCTOBER 6, 2017
  • OOCL adds another Asia-Europe sailing cancellation to three others
  • Maersk makes changes to transpacific services in October
  • 10,900-TEU CMA CGM newbuild loses propulsion in heavy seas off China
  • Seaspan takes delivery of 3rd 11,000-TEUer as bareboat charter to MSC
  • Oman Shipping to purchase first boxships in second-hand market
  • MPC Container Ships suffers H1 loss on back ship purchases
  • Hapag adds Mideast US$200-TEU peak season charge from October
  • India seeks to re-write GE's US$2.5 million locomotive contract
  • US rail volume up 1.6pc in penultimate week of September
  • Truckers rally against costly, and intrusive spy-in-the-cab law
  • B737-700 freighter convert makes debut with Alaska Air Cargo
  • KLM flies Dutch masterpieces from St Petersburg for Amsterdam show
  • Icing blamed for Cessna 208B bush plane crash in northern Ontario

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Exim Indiaweb site
OCTOBER 5, 2017
  • An outlook on the global shipping environment
  • APL adds four new port calls to Asia-Europe services
  • BahriBunge Dry Bulk office inaugurated in Dubai
  • Dubai Maritime City Authority showcases enhanced technology for maritime sector
  • Hapag-Lloyd wins 'Deal of the Year' recognition for merger with UASC
  • MSC connects Asia & Red Sea in new dedicated service
  • World Container Index down
  • Continuing decline in coal imports to impact long term returns for port players with high concentration of coal cargo: ICRA
  • Cabinet apprised of MoU between India & Switzerland on technical cooperation in rail sector

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International Transport Journalweb site
OCTOBER 6, 2017
  • Felixstowe defends its corner
  • Trailer maker opens plant in Turkey
  • New logistics centre for Zufall
  • PESA: changes in Chavornay and Balerna
  • Logistics specialist expanding in Maghreb
  • KLM Cargo transports Dutch masterpieces
  • Ihatec funds earmarked for LHG
  • Upturn looming large
  • New machines lift heavy containers onto freight cars
  • Qatar Airways Cargo adds Helsinki to pharma network
  • Seaspan puts price tag on public offering
  • Special departments formed at SAL
  • Orange World near Munich airport
  • Yet another box train between Europe and China
  • Canada scoops up Fiata's YIFFY award
  • ABC adds third weekly service to Munich
  • Africa Express Line refreshed

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IHS Maritimeweb site
OCTOBER 5, 2017
  • Clipper shakes up dry bulk set-up
  • India's Kandla Port renamed Deendayal Port
  • Keppel lands SBM Offshore FPSO Liza contract
  • Newcastle shipments rebound in September
  • PDZ has bunker suppliers' writs struck out
  • Vasi Shipping eyes expansion

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The Loadstarweb site
OCTOBER 5, 2017
  • Malaysia upgrades logistics infrastructure to support e-commerce ambitions
  • Unifeeder launches first retrofitted LNG-powered shortsea box ship
  • TOCcast special: Linking the supply chain - video interviews from Amsterdam
  • Guest blog: how blockchain can strengthen supply chain links
  • Adidas brings fast shoe revolution a step closer
  • London needs a freight commissioner as logistics demand grows, says industry
  • Air cargo growth continues, but IATA issues a warning
  • Amazon said to be testing delivery service to rival FedEx & UPS

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Marine Logweb site
OCTOBER 5, 2017
  • Suez Canal Authority orders powerful cutter suction dredges
  • Corvus to supply ESS for two more PSV hybrid retrofits
  • TOTE Maritime San Juan terminal productivity now at 80%
  • WinGD approves use of Chevron Taro Special HT 100

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Lloyd's Listweb site
OCTOBER 5, 2017
  • Poseidon strikes deal to acquire up to seven vessels from Diana Containerships
    Greek owner follows merger talks with Euroseas with boxship deal worth up to $104m
  • Shipping faces fresh EU pressure on emissions
    EU Council to discuss shipping's role in ETS on Friday
  • Nigeria LNG wins tax case against Nimasa
    Dispute led to blockade of Nigerian LNG exports in 2013
  • Charo Coll takes International Salvage Union helm
    Boluda executive to seek stronger relationships for salvage trade association with shipowners and insurers
  • Banks can play comeback kids in ship finance if star aligns
    Traditional bank lending is retreating but the trend could be reversed if margins improve
  • Capesize experiencing renewed strength
    Fresh cargoes reportedly entering the market supporting rates
  • Neptune buys second supramax in new bulk play
    Greek car carrier specialist said to be paying $21.6m for Japanese-built two year-old
  • Despina Theodosiou named Wista International president
    Cypriot businesswoman and board member of Cyprus Shipping Chamber to take the helm of international lobby group
  • Reefer sector seeks to work its frozen assets
    Reefer shipping is turning a corner financially but still faces difficulties as it attempts to increase the range of services...
  • Daily Briefing
    Maritime more important than ever after Brexit, says Liam Fox
  • BP adds six to LNG shipping fleet
    New ships worth over $1bn being financed by KMarin and ICBC Leasing
  • The competitive consequences of Brexit
    The UK's decision to leave the EU will create an unparalleled burst of legal uncertainty
  • Show me the money: Second-quarter results
    After a dismal two years, box lines are back in the black
  • Data Hub: Trade Statistics
    Higher ship utilisation forecast for services to and from South America
  • Anti-corruption network reduces bribery incidents
    Multiple ship-to-shore transactions still leave masters exposed to unethical behaviour
  • Asian freight forwarders embrace online platform to facilitate trade services
    Platform to enhance trade compliance, cross border and business partner connection services within the industry
  • Rig sales to unlock cash flow for shipyards
    New entrants and firm oil prices speeding up process of rig sales, say analysts
  • China Merchants Port unit signs $6.9m IT development deal with Djibouti affiliate
    IT software and systems for the Djibouti Asset Company comprise network systems, closed circuit television, IT data centres and business...
  • Keppel Shipyard wins FPSO conversion deal from SBM Offshore
    Deal comes shortly after completion of floating liquefied natural gas project for Golar LNG

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
OCTOBER 5, 2017
  • NY-NJ truckers warm to GCT Bayonne's appointment system
  • Snarled distribution networks hamper Puerto Rico relief
  • Virginia port gets $1.55 million for truck appointments
  • Cross-Gulf carrier adds second Florida-Mexico sailing
  • ILWU's supervisor unionizing push expands
  • Stop-gap for Santos truck congestion moves forward
  • Amid congestion, Bangladesh ports get $1.2 billion from India
  • Mundra port hits new productivity milestone

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TradeWindsweb site
OCTOBER 5, 2017
  • Maran, Tsakos ships win 'E-Zero' designation
    List of ships in US Coast Guard's extra tough compliance programme nearly doubles.
  • Tokyo Gas to rid LNG destination clauses
    Move by second largest global LNG buyer would spur LNG trading and shipping utilisation.
  • Eastern Pacific set to offload last VLCC
  • Putting digital words into action
  • Scorpio to benefit from keeping bankers happy
    Bulker owner will see generous advance ratio on new financing connected with Golden Ocean sextet
  • Gearbulk pulls plug on London operations after 24 years in UK
    Closure comes following changes in the wake of G2 Ocean deal with Grieg Star
  • Consolidation discourse goes beyond simple scale
    Consolidation has long been at work within stand-alone shipmanagement groups but a fuller portfolio and improved operating environment could prove just as vital
  • Banks, lessors, private equity create new business for some
    Changing financial backdrop has helped but the business is not for everybody
  • First shipmanagement flotation is 'just around the corner'
    Executives united on the belief a third-party manager will soon take IPO plunge with V.Group owner Advent anticipating capital markets demand for such a move
  • Shipmanagement healthy and coming of age
    Weak markets have helped drive business at a time when the sector is set to enter a third wave, executives believe
  • Cosco engineers 'firsts' in mega-boxships and VLOCs
  • Great interest for Statoil's VLGC tender
  • Tellurian talks vessels as it charters first LNG unit
    Emerging gas development company's marketing and trading chief Tarek Souki says Tellurian is taking a 'measured approach'
  • European hub bounces back with state by its side
    Cyprus' shipmanagement scene goes from strength to strength after near-death experience four years ago
  • Strategy tools for a shifting digital landscape
    With advances in digital technology a hot topic in the shipping industry, two shipmanagers tell TradeWinds the digital age needs to be embraced rather than feared
  • Floating oil storage falls as crude markets tighten
    Owners can no longer rely on storage play to 'tie up tonnage and buttress freight rates' as market structure shifts
  • Leading owners open up on 'business critical' relationship with managers
    Ardmore, Frontline, BW, Polembros and Pyxis discuss their relationships with third-party management specialists
  • Kassian Maritime trims fleet with panamax sale

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American Shipperweb site
OCTOBER 5, 2017
  • WLS: Minimal capacity growth in major east-west trades during peak season
    WLS: Capacity stabilizes between second and third quarter 2017 This time last year, the shipping industry was thrown into disarray after So...
  • Port execs: Preparing next generation of leaders 'critical' to continued success
    The development of a young workforce that can take over the reins of the goods movement industry is critical to the industry's future, pane...
  • Amazon tests its own delivery service in U.S.
    Source: Hadrian/Shutterstock The service was introduced in U.S. West Coast states this year on a trial basis, and a broader rollout is plann...
  • Garbe Industrial Real Estate invests $281m in cold chain logistics properties
    Hamburg-based logistics and industrial real estate provider Garbe Industrial Real Estate has acquired a portfolio of 16 cold chain logistic...
  • OCEAN Alliance adds five feeder calls to the Mediterranean
    The OCEAN Alliance, the east-west ocean carrier vessel sharing agreement comprising COSCO Shipping, CMA CGM, APL, OOCL and Evergreen Line, ...
  • IATA: Airfreight volumes soar 12.1% in August
    The International Air Transport Association (IATA) revealed Wednesday that global airfreight demand in August increased 12.1 percent year-o...
  • Port of Virginia gains $1.55m FHWA grant
    The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) is awarding the Port of Virginia with a $1.55 million Advanced Transportation and Congestion Mana...
  • McKinney confirmed to lead new USDA trade post
    The Senate on Tuesday confirmed Ted McKinney to serve as the undersecretary for trade and foreign agricultural affairs, a newly created pos...
  • Puerto Ricans slowly receiving supplies, aid after Hurricane Maria backlog
    Cargo and supplies are slowly filtering through Caribbean ports and into the most heavily damaged areas of Puerto Rico after Hurricane Mari...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
OCTOBER 5, 2017
  • California increasingly reliant on foreign oil as it focuses on air quality: CEC
    The California state government's focus on air quality rather than energy security has led to the dramatic decrease in the state's oil production and an increased reliance on foreign oil, a California Energy Commission representative said Thursday.
  • US Gulf of Mexico operators prepare for Tropical Storm Nate
    US Gulf Coast oil and gas producers, refiners and terminal operators are preparing for Tropical Storm Nate by evacuating some platforms and closely monitoring onshore and offshore operations.
  • Aramco cuts Northwest Europe OSPs as US crude floods Europe
    Saudi Aramco cut official selling price differentials for November delivery into Northwest Europe this week, suggesting Saudi Arabia is unlikely to stand idly by as arbitrage barrels of WTI pour into the region from the US.
  • NYMEX RBOB pulls oil higher as focus on storm gathers
    NYMEX November RBOB led oil futures higher Thursday ahead of Tropical Storm Nate's projected landfall this weekend on the US Gulf Coast, raising concerns about possible refinery disruptions.
  • Bunker availability under pressure in East Med combined pressures: sources
    A tight bunker barge schedule at Piraeus, Greece, and a backlog at Russia's Black Sea port of Novorossiisk is putting pressure on access to bunker fuel in the Eastern Mediterranean, especially Istanbul, Turkey, sources said Thursday.
  • Bunker fuel availability at Novorossiisk tightens amid delayed deliveries
    Railway deliveries of bunker fuel from refineries to the Russian Black Sea port of Novorossiisk are being delayed, choking supply to ships, sources said Thursday.
  • Panama's August marine diesel sales rise 9.66% on year: AMP
    Marine diesel fuel sales in Panama totaled 24,078 mt in August, up 2,122 mt, or 9.66%, from 21,956 mt in the year-ago month, Panama Maritime Authority data showed Thursday.
  • Rotterdam RMK 500 fuel oil remains strong amid tight supply
    Rotterdam higher viscosity RMK 500 CST fuel oil has been holding close to its highest level since at least mid-2014 versus the better-quality RMG 380 CST fuel as a result of tight supply, traders said.
  • Norway investigates possible bunker sulfur cap breach
    The Norwegian Maritime Authority is investigating a possible breach of the 0.1% sulfur cap on marine fuels in the European emission control area, the organization said.
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • ASIA FUEL OIL MOC: Fuel oil loadings in progress for 2.265 mil mt traded in Sep
  • Saudi Aramco signs oil-trading MOU with Russian Lukoil unit
  • TRADER NOTE: US' WFS appoints Stephen J. Gold to board of directors
  • Oil supply, demand divergence 'now broken': Saudi minister Falih
  • Navy to repair USS John S. McCain in Japan after collision off Singapore Coast
    John S. McCain collided with the Liberian-flagged tanker Alnic MC off the coast of Singapore on August 21.
  • FUTURES: Crude flat as markets dismiss record-high US crude exports
  • BP tanker additions to bolster efficiency of LNG cargo deliveries
    BP said the new tankers it will be adding to its fleet are more efficient than other vessels.




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