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25 September 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 05:46 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
SEPTEMBER 12, 2017
  • New CMA CGM US$750/TEU rate from Asia-West Africa from October 15
  • Port tracker sees 2017 as bumper year for US imports nationwide
  • Piracy falls to its lowest levels since current records were kept
  • Bayonne Bridge raising 'risks west-to-east cargo shift'
  • Saudi's King Abdullah Red Sea port up 14pc in H1 to 821,694 TEU
  • MSC, Yang Ming to run weekly Med-Asia loops to beleaguered Qatar
  • Global Ports Investment suffers badly in half year results
  • Big truckers vs small as Congess backs spy-in-the-cab mandate
  • Hapag-Lloyd names new 10,000-TEUer at festive Peruvian ceremony
  • ALMC 30pc saving for early-bird discount on or before September 29
  • Airbus A350 sale to United signals big wide-body loss for Boeing
  • FAA doesn't know what it's got for its money: Inspector General
  • US insists on full screening of air cargo inbound from Turkey

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Exim Indiaweb site
SEPTEMBER 11, 2017
  • AMTOI's new office inaugurated
  • CMA CGM Theodore Roosevelt the largest ship ever to cross Panama Canal & call US East Coast
  • HMM signs formal contract with DSME for five VLCCs
  • New member of BAFFA Board of Directors
  • Panalpina completes acquisition of Air Connection
  • Training for port security drills in Nigeria
  • Adani APSEZ, Mundra & Tuna win 19 awards at VCCQC 2017
  • FIATA World Congress 2018 in Delhi to showcase Brand India
  • Global air freight demand sees double-digit growth in July
  • JBS Academy celebrates Teachers Day
  • Kerry Indev Logistics commences business relationship with Schaeffler Group
  • Qatar Airways Cargo recognised for achieving highest export tonnage out of Nepal
  • Imposition of countervailing duty on imports of stainless steel flat products from China will help Indian industry move towards 100 pc quality regime, says Union Steel Minister
  • SME Chamber of India celebrates Silver Jubilee with India SME Excellence Awards

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International Transport Journalweb site
SEPTEMBER 12, 2017
  • Telematics for 6,000 freight cars in Sweden
  • Schwarzmüller growing strongly in Germany
  • Two companies receive fines for hazmat violations
  • K Line recognized for its sustainable policy
  • New efforts to improve Vietnam's rail infrastructure
  • Airsage announces new president and CEO
  • More capacity for Arvato
  • New direct Oslo - Far East service
  • Moving into the top bulk transport league
  • New warehouse/distribution director in New Jersey
  • MAF1 strengthens Genoa's IMT terminal
  • St Petersburg airport finds new investors
  • Forwarders join forces on UK-Africa transport routes
  • Port of Long Beach strong in August
  • CEO change at JF Hillebrand
  • New rail service between Poland and China
  • Port of Rotterdam's round table to balance container...

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IHS Maritimeweb site
SEPTEMBER 11, 2017
  • 'We can and must do more' to persuade women to take up maritime careers
  • Dubai plans to create council of maritime clusters
  • Dover MP questions EU capability to make Brexit customs deal
  • Integration set to change ship management requirements
  • Maersk Line energy split amid focus on digital
  • Hayes pledges to double the size of the UK ship register
  • Ausca Shipping books three Panamax vessels for six months
  • Unions plead for more support for STX O&S, Sungdong
  • Five dead, one injured in tanker fire at ASL Marine's Batam yard
  • Torben Janholt appointed Pioneer Marine's CEO
  • Britain will be 'best country for maritime business' post Brexit
  • First LNG-powered handysize bulker launched at Jinling

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The Loadstarweb site
SEPTEMBER 11, 2017
  • Irma wreakes havoc in the Caribbean and threatens Florida's orange crop
  • Cosco seals €35m deal for 100% control of APMT box terminal at Zeebrugge
  • Best Q2 for container lines in two years as they eye a $10bn profit swing
  • Global trade rebounds despite Trump's protectionist threats
  • 350 'diplomatic' air cargo flights carried weapons to be used by terrorists
  • DHL doubles air freight capacity to Asia as demand grows for Norwegian salmon

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Marine Logweb site
SEPTEMBER 11, 2017
  • LR launches type approval system for cyber enabled components
  • Silversea Cruises orders Silver Muse sister
  • ABS grants AIP for ready-to-convert FLNG hull design
  • USCG deployed electronic Aids to Navigation prior to Irma
  • New DESMI Ocean Guard BWMS: Small footprint, big performance
  • Prototype propeller produced by 3D printing
  • Wight Shipyard to build Loch Ness passenger catamaran
  • Vard wins order for expedition cruise ship
  • DONG Energy to build world's largest offshore wind farm
  • New guidance on reducing the risk of propulsion loss

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Lloyd's Listweb site
SEPTEMBER 11, 2017
  • Dubai to launch global clusters group
    Newest international maritime grouping will look to transcend national and geographical interests
  • Shipmanagers should improve offerings based on individual strength
    Size alone is not enough for enlarged entities to become better, say senior executives
  • Preparing for the worst
    Consultancy encourages shipowners to build relationships with salvage services ahead of casualties
  • Hayes wants to go further and faster on shipping gender balance
    Minister wants to use the 2018 Year of Engineering to attract a young, diverse crowd into shipping
  • Don't bank on sulphur cap deadline roll back, experts warn
    Industry put on watch for huge headaches over availability of right grades in right ports
  • Concordia inks back-to-back charter for Stena Provence
    Product specialist seeks strategic alliances with oil majors
  • Daily Briefing
    Exclusive: Uncovering North Korea's clandestine seaborne fuel imports
  • Rotterdam stakeholders create intermodal action plan
    Port authority pledges €3m to improve inland container handling following months of disruptions
  • Big is beautiful for shipmanagers and shipowners
    Large firms are more financially capable of investing in required services and vessels
  • US box imports set new summer record
    But rates still bearish after early peak season while demand is predicted to slow from New Year
  • Cosco Shipping borrows $112m to finance ex-Golar LNG carrier
    Ten-year loan from Bocomm Hong Kong will replenish the vessel-owning company's working capital
  • Irma causes chaos at US ports and airports
    Terminals, airport and railways are closed across southern states in the storm's path.
  • Coping with chaos
    Haven't we learned enough from other disasters about the capabilities of the ships engaged in relief efforts?
  • Fincantieri inks $372m deal
    Shipbuilder will construct ultra-luxury cruise ship for Silversea
  • Sembcorp Marine wins $145m Brazil offshore deal
    Contract is for a floating production, storage and offloading facility in the Tupi field
  • Handysize bulker rates surge on Pacific trades
    Lack of bunker availability motivated charterers to move their vessels out of the Atlantic region, which resulted in muted activity
  • APMT to sell Zeebrugge box terminal stake to Cosco
    Deal will be worth approximately $42.1m
  • Government reconfirms plans to double size of UK Ship Register
    LISW marks start of a new campaign to attract more tonnage to the UK flag
  • JES scraps new business acquisition deal
    Company and sellers unable to reach an agreement on how to fulfill pre-conditions for the deal
  • K Line to introduce new investment management system
    Company plans to introduce its new data-based system in the 2017 fiscal year
  • Fire at ASL Marine yard in Batam claims five lives
    Incident occurred on a tanker being drydocked for repairs
  • Dry bulk market continues to rally
    Baltic index likely to rise to three-year high amid improved capesize market
  • US issues temporary waiver of Jones Act regulations
    Move to ease movement of petroleum products amid oil supply disruptions caused by hurricanes Harvey and Irma
  • Korea Shipping Corporation signs 10-year COA with power company
    The contract is expected to generate roughly $4.43m in annual profits
  • NSB pivots to Asia
    Far East is future for German shipping company, argues Ponath

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
SEPTEMBER 11, 2017
  • Will trans-Pac carriers' Golden Week rate hikes stick?
  • Cosco takeover of Zeebrugge terminal latest Europe inroad
  • JNPT authorities weigh changes to speedy import scheme
  • Analysis: US economy ripe for intermodal growth
  • Analysts: Carriers profits up but overcapacity slows recovery
  • New equipment to help ease Chittagong port congestion
  • Rotterdam offers money for barge congestion solutions

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TradeWindsweb site
SEPTEMBER 11, 2017
  • Golden Destiny adds to research and valuation desk
    Piraeus-based sales-and-purchase broker appoints newest lead to research desk as previous lead departs.
  • Damen rolls out first '3D printed' propeller
    Netherlands-based shipyard says new manufacturing technique has great potential.
  • Start-up broker aims to lower bunkers costs
    Venture fund-backed startup aims to bring economies of scale to help smaller fleets.
  • Bjorn Hojgaard: Maybe we are past peak shipping?
    Anglo-Eastern Univan chief looks to a world without fossil fuels for market share gains.
  • Cruise lines to resume trips in Irma's wake
    Cruise itineraries to restart over next two days, with plans to bring supplies to islands hit by Irma.
  • Norway AHTS rates rise as supply tightens
    Ships fixed at up to $29,000 per day in North Sea.
  • Rodsaether buys into Songa Bulk
    Oslo lawyer and board member makes first purchase of start-up's stock.
  • Cruiseship stocks backed despite storms
    SIG says US giants will shrug-off one-time effects of Harvey and Irma.
  • Sembcorp Marine seals $145m deal
    Singapore-listed shipbuilder sees Brazilian subsidiary win contract for FPSO hull carry over works.
  • Cosco expands in Europe with Belgian terminal
    APM Terminals sells out its Zeebrugge-based business to Chinese conglomerate for $42m.
  • MacGregor wins Teekay fleet deal
    Finnish-owned company to provide parts and maintenance to 115 ships over five years.
  • Vard secures expedition ship order
    Australian owner Coral contracts specialised cruiseship at Singapore yard.
  • Braemar: watch out for tech orders amid recovery
    Henry Curra cautious on viability of LNG-fuelled newbuilds at time of better outlook for key markets.
  • India jails 60 Somali pirates
    Court hands seven-year terms to men involved in attack on K Line boxship.
  • Concordia strikes one-year deal for tanker
    CEO Kim Ullman says he is pleased at vote of confidence from long-standing partner.
  • Silversea back for newbuild at Fincantieri
    Monaco-based owner spending $373m on ultra-luxury cruiseship in Italy.
  • Hayes pledges to double UK-flagged ships
    Transport minister outlines bold ambition for register as London International Shipping Week kicks off.
  • VSK wins deal for Russian icebreaker
    Insurer lands contract to insure Baltiysky Zavod newbuilding for $138m.
  • CNAF signs deal for fourth tanker
    Chinese state jet fuel group heading to Fujian Mawei for newbuilding.
  • Exmar plunges to first-half loss
    Belgian gas carrier owner hit by rising costs and falling revenue.
  • ASL Marine Batam yard fire kills five
    Initial investigations suggest fire at Indonesian facility started inside tanker's pump room.
  • PCL chased over "unpaid commission"
    Sri Lankan-based agency set for day in court over terminated brokerage agreement.
  • Harvey and Irma prompt Trump to waive Jones Act
    President says move is specifically tailored to transport of refined products in hurricane-affected areas.
  • Ship escapes clutches of Hurricane Irma
    US Coast Guard has confirmed the safety of an overdue freighter following Hurricane Irma.

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American Shipperweb site
SEPTEMBER 11, 2017
  • Trombino nominated to lead FHWA
    President Trump has nominated former Iowa Department of Transportation director Paul Trombino III to lead the Federal Highway Administratio...
  • FTZ group asks CBP to delay ACE status designation rollout
    The National Association of Foreign-Trade Zones (NAFTZ) has asked U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to delay the planned Sept. 16 tr...
  • DHS issues rare Jones Act waiver for hurricane relief
    The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on Friday approved a seven-day waiver of the Jones Act to expand the options for delivering ...
  • House rejects effort to delay ELD mandate
    The U.S. House of Representatives last Wednesday rejected an effort to delay the implementation of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Adminis...
  • Maersk, blockchain providers take aim at maritime insurance industry
    Hardly a week goes by anymore without some news about blockchain in the supply chain. Blockchain projects and pilots are taking root in al...
  • Panalpina finalizes Air Connection acquisition
    Panalpina, a Basel, Switzerland-based international freight forwarder and third-party logistics provider, said last week that it finalized ...
  • Port of Virginia exports drop 11% in August
    The Port of Virginia handled a record 240,605 TEUs in August 2017, a 2.2 percent increase compared to the same period a year prior, but als...
  • Expeditors launches sensor-based logistics firm Cargo Signal
    Seattle-based global logistics and freight forwarding company Expeditors International is launching a new subsidiary, Cargo Signal, that's ...
  • HNA Group offers $1b for MPA Singapore warehousing arm
    Chinese conglomerate HNA Group has offered $1 billion for Singapore logistics and warehousing firm CWT Ltd., according to multiple news sou...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
SEPTEMBER 11, 2017
  • USAC conditions ease, bunker suppliers ready to resume operations: sources
    "As for Jacksonville, we still haven't heard anything yet. We're ready to go and just waiting for the restrictions to be lifted," the source said.
  • Mexico's ports open after Hurricane Katia makes landfall at weekend
    The port's unloading terminals are offshore, making it impossible to unload fuel in severe weather conditions.
  • NuStar holds off on damage assessment of Caribbean terminal as Hurricane Jose looms
    "Our assessment of the terminal was put on hold as we were preparing for Hurricane Jose," Cho said.
  • TENDER DATA: Petroperu offers 220,000 barrels of high sulfur diesel for October
    The cargo will load October 15-19, to be narrowed by the buyer to a three-day window by October 10.
  • ANALYSIS: Full impact of Harvey likely felt in upcoming EIA data
    Crude prices under pressure from refinery closures. Loss of USGC supply difficult to replace
  • Panama's July marine diesel sales fall 8% on year: authority
    Diesel marine sales in Panama totaled 23,550 mt in July, down 2,013 mt, or 8%, from 25,563 mt in the year-ago month, Panama Maritime Authority data showed Monday.
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • FEATURE: Freight rates up as Asia steps in to meet America oil products demand
    "The whole of South America and West Coast Mexico will have supplies from here and the market is very bullish for MRs," a chartering executive said.
  • Saudi Arabia, Venezuela, Kazakhstan optimistic on 2018 crude fundamentals
    A possible extension of the oil output constraint deal beyond the first quarter of 2018 is possible.
  • Saudi Aramco receives VLCC at Okinawa terminal after increased storage capacity
    Saudi Aramco will be leasing a total of 14 storage tanks with a capacity of 100,000-kl each at the Okinawa terminal.
  • FUTURES: Crude rises on dip-buying after Irma sparks Friday plunge
  • Shell says transitioning to restart Deer Park, TX, complex
    The Deer Park complex has a 340,000 b/d refinery and chemical operation with an 836,000 mt/year steam cracker.
  • OIL FACTBOX: Industry braces for hurricanes Irma, Katia
    Both Mexico and Florida are dependent on waterborne fuel shipments to satisfy local gasoline demand, and the storms could disrupt loadings.

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