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18 October 2017 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 00:05 GMT+2




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Sched Netweb site
SEPTEMBER 13, 2017
  • Maersk's APMT sells Zeebrugge terminal to Cosco for US$41.8 million
  • Maersk blanks transpac sailings for China's Golden Week holiday
  • Mega alliances drag Klang down despite universal port prosperity
  • Top global ports see box throughput rise 7.2pc in second quarter: report
  • Scotland's Grangemouth starts terminal resurfacing to up capacity
  • Soon-to-be Cosco's OOIL signs UN Global Compact - first in HK to do so
  • Savannah, Charleston ports close and re-open after Irma sweeps through
  • Work underway to build new container terminal at Port of Chittagong
  • How India Railways got supplies to Nepal through devastating flood waters
  • Containerships cut greenhouse gas emissions by 2.4pc during 2016
  • Ships at Saudi Aramco ports need to report on ballast water content
  • Cargo Antonio AN-26 crash lands in eastern Congo near Rwanda
  • India's domestic cargo grows 8pc as international freight rises 6.2pc
  • Expeditors launches sensor-based logistics company Cargo Signal

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Exim Indiaweb site
SEPTEMBER 12, 2017
  • Boxship demolition sees significant fall
  • Braemar Shipping Services announces conditional acquisition of NAVES Corporate Finance
  • Cosco Shipping Holdings obtains one of the requisite Chinese regulatory approvals for OOIL acquisition
  • Global treaty to halt invasive aquatic species enters into force
  • Guidance for carrying cargo in non-operating refrigerated containers issued
  • London International Shipping Week 2017 begins with the opening of London Stock Exchange
  • London P&I Club joins with BV in issuing blackout & engine failure guidance
  • Steve Felder is new Managing Director of Maersk Line India
  • Visa Global Logistics Spa enters into a Joint Venture with Navigators Logistics - India
  • Container throughput at world's major ports rising
  • Modernisation & reforms seen driving growth at Major Ports
  • Air France celebrates 50th anniversary of its Paris-Mumbai route
  • DGFT activates online system for resolution of foreign trade-related issues
  • Exports sector welcomes decisions of GST Council
  • BRICS trade going strong

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International Transport Journalweb site
SEPTEMBER 13, 2017
  • Heavy transport along purpose-built gravel road
  • Edeka to build logistics centre in Oberhausen
  • Two new authorised signatories for Loxx
  • WFS increases presence at Boston airport
  • Joint venture for scrubbers on its way
  • FRA clears hurdle for improving rail traffic
  • Yet another record month at London Heathrow
  • Homtrans co-founder bowing out
  • Barcode scanning without software integration
  • Southern US ports coming back
  • Axing Hungary - CIS transit times
  • Lively cargo community in trinational triangle
  • Freja restructures Swedish organization
  • Martin Oelrich heading for Italy
  • Cosco maintains expansion course with APMT
  • New locomotives to expand fleet

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IHS Maritimeweb site
SEPTEMBER 12, 2017
  • No fleet sell-out, says Norddeutsche
  • Tug of war over Marenave intensifies
  • Owners sceptical over unmanned vessel operations
  • Marine insurance leaders to watch
  • Changing dynamics require new leaders for the most traditional of markets
  • Low sulphur fuel behind increase in propulsion loss incidents
  • HHI to impose off-hire with reduced salaries
  • South Korean shipbuilders sign JV agreements with Russian peers
  • Sembmarine secures USD145 million FPSO project at Brazil yard
  • Cosco Shipping Ports buys Zeebrugge terminal from APM Terminals
  • Exmar sustains further loss in first half

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The Loadstarweb site
SEPTEMBER 12, 2017
  • Threat to cargo jobs as freighter operators look set to lose slots at Schiphol
  • Shortsea operators suffer as new ocean alliances put feeders out of work
  • Rotterdam and Antwerp ports tackle congestion, but it's 'too little, too late'
  • WiseTech Global snaps up buys eight and nine as it rides acquisition trail
  • Strikes and protests against Macron's labour reforms kick off
  • Startup buzzkill: California bans drone delivery services of legalised pot

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Marine Logweb site
SEPTEMBER 12, 2017
  • Seadrill files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
  • VIDEO: Ingalls Shipbuilding launches DDG 119
  • DOE releases update on energy sector impacts of Harvey and Irma
  • Wärtsilä inks cooperation agreement with wave energy leader
  • Rolls-Royce plans autonomous naval vessel

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Lloyd's Listweb site
SEPTEMBER 12, 2017
  • UK flag charm offensive targets 50 shipowners, including Fredriksen
    Brexit uncertainties are worrying some international shipowners such as Grimaldi which has vessels on the UK register but may not...
  • FFA players look to China for market growth
    To induce more paper trading, Baltic Exchange plans to launch two per-tonne indices for Chinese grain imports
  • Guidance issued on non-operating reefers
    Poor backhaul packaging risks both container and cargo
  • Daily Briefing
    Concrete deadlines, London ambition and conspicuous consolidation
  • LPG market to be challenging for the next six to nine months
    But the market is looking promising, with the orderbook limited and US exports increasing steadily
  • Autonomy in shipping is happening far quicker than expected
    Research shows development of autonomous systems will continue to accelerate
  • Peel Ports backs calls for boost to rail infrastructure investments
    Improved east-west rail transportation would provide expansion options for importers and exporters
  • Double-digit interest will kill your business, shipowners warned
    Vulture funds might find slim pickings in industry, London International Shipping Week told
  • Mid-sized crude tanker rates hit three-month high
    Suezmaxes supported by West African demand while aframaxes still benefit from US storms
  • John Prescott leads charge for low-carbon economy
    Humber 'energy estuary' to drive carbon reduction through wind and battery power production
  • LNG market faces shortage of carriers
    New markets for FSRUs are developing in Africa and South Asia
  • MNTB fighting seafarer bullying and harassment
    UK body makes training materials available to educate workforce on bullying
  • EU official warns of vessel attacks off Horn of Africa
    Pirates and jihadists pose a threat in the Red Sea and Bab al Mandeb strait
  • Strong Middle East market fails to lift VLCC rates
    Charles R Weber expects Middle East VLCC demand to rebound in October
  • Körtum forced out of full control of H Schuldt
    State governments push big name owner to seek outside investor
  • HPH Trust to raise $500m from notes issue
    Hong Kong-based company said net proceeds of issue would refinance existing debt
  • Co-operation needed to make sulphur cap work
    ExxonMobil sees supply disruptions no matter what option owners and operators take to cut sulphur emissions
  • Supramax trade opportunities hampered due to hurricanes Irma and Harvey
    No grain trade reported from the Texas US Gulf coast in the past few weeks
  • UN toughens maritime sanctions on North Korea
    Tighter scrutiny of vessels comes amid new sanctions on fuel imports and textile exports
  • Put plans in place for a no-deal Brexit, urges Dover MP
    Port executive pushes for frictionless post-Brexit borders while local MP warns we should prepare for the worst
  • China Merchants Energy Shipping shares resume trading
    Chinese shipping giant is looking for more mergers and acquisitions
  • SHI and Zvezda Shipbuilding to form joint venture
    The move comes shortly after South Korea and Russia discussed plans to jointly develop the Northern Sea Route
  • PIL back in the black
    Recovery in freight rates and robust demand for containers provided a boost to revenues
  • Global Ship Lease takes haircut to extend two charters
    Reduction in daily hire of more than $10,600 per vessel will hit company's bottom line
  • China Merchants Port to buy 51% stake in Zhongshan Port Group
    Chinese port giant looks to extend its service and investment to upstream terminals and barge services via key feeder port...
  • Vard wins Coral Expeditions cruiseship contract
    Company looking to diversify into specialised cruise vessel market as well as fisheries and aquaculture
  • Trial period for ballast water management begins
    Realities start to sink in while questions still remain
  • Grimaldi and Ofer join Downing Street delegation as government paints positive post-Brexit picture
    UK maritime industry bosses say they were reassured after meeting with ministers that the government is listening to their Brexit...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
SEPTEMBER 12, 2017
  • CargoSphere's global reach expands via new parent company
  • Rail seen as protection against rising Brazil cargo theft
  • Logistics aid needed to keep hurricane relief rolling
  • Corpus Christi plans 2018 start to channel widening, deepening
  • What's good for carriers of little benefit for BCOs, shippers say
  • US Southeast ports to reopen but cargo delays to last days
  • Prince Rupert CEO Krusel retires
  • Top five carriers serving US expand share

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TradeWindsweb site
SEPTEMBER 12, 2017
  • Euroseas takes two from joint venture Euromar
    Athens-based shipowner also says it acquired remaining stake in venture from private equity partners.
  • TEN seeks LNG and tanker buys
    Executive says New York-listed owner is taking a look at LNG growth alongside modern tankers.
  • BRS will open new Houston broking office
    Shipbroker seeks to add new US office as US Gulf Coast crude exports expect steep growth.
  • Braemar set to roll out new LNG tank
    Broker's technical services arm on cusp of getting general approval of type-B system.
  • US Venture crude shipping blocked in Milwaukee
    US company agrees not to ship oil, but ethanol and LPG exports can go ahead.
  • Bottiglieri puts private equity on the spot
    Italian owner asks if marriage is an option now the banks have run for the hills?
  • Island Offshore agrees restructuring deal
    Norwegian owner's banks agree to extend repayments if Ulstein and Chouest families pump in more cash.
  • Teekay FSO hit by fire
    138 contractors evacuated from unit undergoing work in Norway.
  • Guo: Chinese lessors have $20bn budget
    ICBC Leasing shipping boss says peer group has more capital for shipping.
  • HFW backs Mission to Seafarers
    International law firm picks first ever global charity partner.
  • OOIL signs up to UN agreement
    Boxship group to uphold standards on labour, environment and human rights.
  • LNG carriers head for three-tier market
    Shipowners remain split on propulsion choices but agree that newbuilding prices are at their lowest.
  • Trada Maritime expands into mining
    Indonesian shipowner becomes the majority shareholder in compatriot company SMR Utama.
  • Oil leaks after Greek tanker sinks
    Emergency operation underway near Athens after Agia Zoni II went down.
  • Danish investors sue OW Bunker IPO banks
    Group adds writ against Morgan Stanley and Carnegie as fall-out from 2014 collapse continues.
  • 'Constructive meeting' over STX France
    Chances of deal increase after Italian and French ministers make progress in ownership talks.
  • Snapshot of London International Shipping Week
    Keep up to date with the best images from the ongoing event in the UK capital.
  • Reborn RMC targets more ferry orders
    Former STX Finland yard wants to build on deal with Mols-Linien.
  • Hurtigruten takes 40% stake in Kleven
    Investors will bring NOK 300m in new funds into specialist Norwegian shipbuilder.
  • Japanese groups team up for wind-ship order
    Power companies looking at yards to boost domestic offshore fleet.
  • HHI introduces rotational leave
    Korean yard sending 7% of workforce home on 70% of wages.
  • HPH Trust taps bond markets for $500m
    Singapore-listed port trust says proceeds will go towards refinancing existing debt.
  • BDI nears three-year high on cape surge
    Dry cargo sector enjoying the fruits of China's decision to cut coal and steel production levels.
  • GSL takes a hit on CMA CGM extensions
    US-listed container leasing company set to earn nearly 60% less on elderly feedership duo.
  • Asian liner trio plan Kolkata surcharge
    Container shipping companies say lower drafts due to winter will affect loading levels.

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American Shipperweb site
SEPTEMBER 12, 2017
  • WiseTech acquires CargoSphere, Cargoguide
    The enterprise logistics software company WiseTech Global has made acquisitions on two continents to bolster its freight rate management ca...
  • AAR: U.S. intermodal traffic hits new high in August
    U.S. intermodal rail traffic set a record last month as the best such monthly volume in history, according to the Association of American R...
  • Port of Vancouver moves for summary judgement in OPMA lawsuit
    The Port of Vancouver, Wash., has moved for summary judgment in a lawsuit regarding closed executive sessions in 2013, the port announced o...
  • FAA fines two air cargo shippers for hazmat violations
    The U.S. Transportation Department's Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has proposed a $54,000 civil penalty against Interscience of Sai...
  • USDA to allow bone-in lamb meat from Uruguay
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) will allow the import of bone-in lamb meat i...
  • TSA implements new screening directives for Turkish cargo
    New security directives for enhanced screening of cargo from Turkey have been implemented by the U.S. Transportation Security Administratio...
  • FMC nears finalization of supply chain innovation report
    U.S. Federal Maritime Commission plans to wrap up the work of its industry-based supply chain innovation project and present its results in...
  • IATA: Airfreight demand soars in July, but could be nearing peak
    Global airfreight volumes in July increased 11.4 percent from 12 months prior, according to the latest figures from the International Air T...
  • CBP looks to increase ranks in New England
    U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is actively recruiting officers for its port locations in Boston and northern border crossings in ...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
SEPTEMBER 12, 2017
  • Weak Med diesel sees interest in reverse flow to North
    For the time being the flow was heard to be somewhat limited and sources were unsure as to whether it would be maintained.
  • Fuel cargoes line up as Florida's Port Everglades, Tampa set to reopen
    Tampa receives deliveries from Texas and Louisiana refineries, while Port Everglades receives deliveries from the East Coast.
  • ANALYSIS: UN resolution to cap N Korea oil supplies welcomed but analysts skeptical
    UN oil supply cap seen cutting 30% of N Korea's imports
  • Sunk barge at Piraeus sparks fears of tighter environmental rules: sources
    Market players said this could lead to tighter environmental regulations at the port. However, these appeared to be limited in the short term.
  • Taiwan's CPC halts bunker operations at Suao on Typhoon Talim
    In its latest update at 0900 GMT, Taiwan's Central Weather Bureau said that Typhoon Talim was moving in a northwesterly directio.
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • Hurricane Irma impact uncertainty slows Rotterdam bunker trading
    "People are waiting to see the consequences of Hurricane Irma which [delayed] the usual Monday activity," a buyer said.
  • Middle East sour crude complex rallies on expected strong demand, healthy margins
    "It looks like another strong month ahead in [the Middle East market]. Oman [is] super strong, spreads [are] still very strong supporting [Dubai] value," said a Singapore-based trader.
  • FUTURES: Crude steady as Irma weakens to tropical depression
  • UN security council approves North Korea oil, products sanctions
    The resolution would also bar UN members from exporting more crude to North Korea than they exported over the previous 12 months.




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