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Sched Netweb site
NOVEMBER 20, 2017
  • Asia-Europe rate drops 5.4pc to US$689/TEU, off 11.5pc to USWC
  • Cosco Ports box volume soars 12.4pc to 7.4m TEU in October
  • CSP stages ground breaking ceremony a new Khalifa Port terminal
  • Lack of capacity withdrawal on Asia-Europe trades risks weak contract rates
  • Damen buys second shipyard in Romania acquiring Daewoo's stake in DMHI
  • GPA approves rail, gate expansion projects at Savannah port
  • TT Club exposes vulnerability of global supply chain to cyber attacks
  • Belt and Road, e-commerce and smart logistics to be discussed at 7th ALMC
  • Hong Kong Airlines signs AOG logistics contract with B&H Worldwide
  • Frankfurt airport's cargo traffic in Oct rises 0.7pc to 192,263 tonnes
  • FedEx Express orders 30 ATR 72-600F freighter turboprops

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Exim Indiaweb site
NOVEMBER 19, 2017
  • APL India hosts customer appreciation get-together in Mumbai
  • Low vessel utilisation seen as a cause for concern
  • Standardisation seen enabling digital transformation of shipping
  • Cabinet allows export of all varieties of pulses
  • APSEZ Mundra inaugurates e-Form-6
  • BMCT trainees gain new skill sets & valuable experience on state-of-the-art container handling equipment
  • Procedure for obtaining Self Sealing Permission for Electronic Sealing of containerized cargo at factory or warehouse premises
  • V. O. Chidambaranar Port on record-breaking spree
  • Bhavani Group celebrates a decade of growth & success
  • Moody's upgrade due to reforms, says govt
  • APSEZ Mundra Special Issue released
  • Cochin Shipyard's proposed international ship repair facility to double its capacity
  • Indian Register of Shipping announces SPV for Centre of Excellence in Maritime & Shipbuilding

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International Transport Journalweb site
NOVEMBER 20, 2017
  • New electric pump trucks to support tail-lift deliveries
  • MOL's newest newbuild on the high seas
  • Simplifying transfer procedures along new Silk Road
  • HNA Modern Logistics choses iTran solutions
  • Johnsen in charge of China and APAC
  • AA Cargo helps reveal China's Summer Palace treasures
  • Port of Houston plans for 2018
  • New logistics terminal near Minsk
  • Boost for papermaking logistics in southern China
  • Birth of Rhenus Donauhafen Krems
  • Etihad Cargo adds Miami to network
  • Eurokai Group terminals - stable so far this year
  • First Japanese airline receives Iata CEIV Pharma
  • Superb achievement for US short line railroads
  • Yusen takes over Tibbett Logistics in Romania
  • Emo Trans goes Vietnam

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IHS Maritimeweb site
NOVEMBER 17, 2017
  • Cashflow cushion protects Sovcomflot from market vagaries
  • New Teekay pool marries ethylene and small-scale LNG shipping
  • Vermont UM directors charged with 'cheating' on fuel delivery payments
  • Can augmented reality fill in for seafarer training?
  • Four Chinese ports punished for anti-competitive practices
  • Chinese manganese ore group Ningxia Tianyuan sets up chartering outfit
  • Questions over Sungdong's future as orders dry up

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The Loadstarweb site
NOVEMBER 17, 2017
  • Tesla unveils its first all-electric truck - a 500-mile range and 0-60 in five seconds!
  • US airlines get back at 'subsidised' Gulf carriers via latest US tax and jobs Bill
  • Container shipping rates hit by overcapacity as slack season takes its toll
  • 'Near-shoring shift' a more serious threat than bigger ships/smaller loads paradox
  • Royal Mail half-year profits tumble
  • 'Truck drivers like me will soon be replaced by automation, and you're next'

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Marine Logweb site
NOVEMBER 17, 2017
  • NTSB issues report on fatal engine room fire in 58 year old towing vessel
  • Singapore Registry moves ahead on digitalization, sustainability
  • EPA grant will help Port of Long Beach upgrade three cranes, four tugs
  • Inmarsat introduces next generation safety service

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Lloyd's Listweb site
NOVEMBER 17, 2017
  • Sovcomflot slips into the red on weak oil tanker businesses
    Russian state carrier suffers from weak crude and product tanker markets
  • Time is money for Angeliki Frangou
    Time is not always on your side when refinancing a $300m bond
  • J Lauritzen to focus on handysize bulkers after strategic review
    Danish company also wants to be part of the technological revolution taking place within the maritime industry
  • Crude tankers: Hope of bottoming out
    Minor recovery expected despite risks from oversupply and extended Opec cut
  • Onus of shipping decarbonisation is on regulators, Maersk warns
    Zero carbon technology will not happen without reliable regulation, according to Maersk sustainability chief John Kornerup Bang
  • IMO climate strategy must be in line with 1.5°C temperature rise limit
    Adopting IMO's initial strategy is critical, but it must be an ambitious one, writes Marshall Islands president Hilda C Heine...
  • Ballast water treatment crunch time forecast
    Shipowners are expected to begin placing orders for hundreds of systems in 2018
  • Rates plummet on key East-West box trades, far below 2016 levels
    Asia-Europe and transpacific ocean freight spot prices fall a further 13% this week as carriers and their customers enter contract...
  • Hamburg port to benefit from EU-Canada free trade agreement
    Deal will see customs taxes eliminated on 98% of goods traded and the removal of most import and export trade...
  • Hafnia losses widen on weakness in tanker market
    Ample oil inventories and lower trading activity weighed on product tanker rates in the third quarter
  • Daily Briefing
    Capes forecast to double yearly earnings as China again drives demand
  • Port of Long Beach gets $2.4m grant to cut emissions
    Government funding will go toward the replacement of cranes and tugs with lower-emission alternatives
  • Diana charters out panamax at 33% higher rate
    Charter to commence from November 24
  • Singapore developing acceptance criteria for drone surveys
    Acceptance criteria to be ready by next quarter and the city state is also trying to expand use of e-certs
  • Shipmanager Thome opens fleet operations hub in Singapore, targets reducing accidents
    Company says it is offering a solution for ship-to-shore information exchange
  • Singapore bunkering company and staff charged with cheating
    Vermont UM Bunkering - which had its bunker supplier licence revoked in 2016 - is alleged to have dishonestly...
  • Bain Capital set to take over Giuseppe Bottiglieri Shipping
    It is understood that Italy's family-run shipping company will be retained to manage operations
  • Global Ports Holding poised for worldwide expansion
    London-listed cruise port operator sets sights on Cuba and Asia after taking over Lisbon

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
NOVEMBER 17, 2017
  • "Open choice" chassis provision garners some industry support
  • Trans-Pac spot rates plunge ahead of US import lull
  • Strong fruit exports keep Brazil-Europe rates elevated
  • Dredging to make Mongla viable Chittagong alternative
  • Maersk's Shamsie to lead North America operations
  • Mid-month rate increase fails to lift Asia-Europe spot rates

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TradeWindsweb site
NOVEMBER 17, 2017
  • Capital GP appoints new director
    Nikolas Syntychakis resigns from Capital Product Partners' board.
  • Noble quartet in sights of Scorpio Bulkers
    New York-listed owner in negotiations to extend expansion drive with kamsarmax deal, sources say.
  • Sovcomflot profit hit by 'especially severe' tanker market
    Russian shipowner slips into the red for first nine months of 2017 despite contract buffer.
  • Krasnoye Sormovo profit falls again
    Russian shipyard posts weaker nine-month result despite revenue rise.
  • Polarcus heading to Australia
    Middle East owner secures funding for seismic work on Zenaida project.
  • String of tankers head to the breakers
    Several tankers have been sold for demolition with both medium range and larger products tankers leaving the global fleet. Sinokor Merchant Marine has reportedly sold a long-range-two (LR2) products tanker and is said by market sources to be poised to scrap a second. European demolition brokers say the 109,000-dwt Pacific Cape (built 2000) has been sold with optional delivery for $415 per ldt or
  • U-Ming profit soars on revenue rise
    Taiwanese bulker owner also boosted by keeping a lid on costs.
  • Third time lucky for AHTS trio?
    Singapore court tries again to sell Pacific Richfield ships.
  • DCI eyes $79m dredger order
    Indian state owner needs new ship to increase efficiency in Haldia.
  • Godby Shipping extends ro-ro charter
    Finnish owner keeps freight ship Baltic with TransProCon until next summer.
  • Lauritzen takes in chartered tonnage amid dry recovery
    Contracts for handysize bulkers comes as market moves away from historic lows.
  • MOL wins Jera charter for new bulker
    Japanese owner signs up coal carrier to supply power plant in Aichi.
  • Norne: time is right to buy Stolt-Nielsen
    Price drop makes Norwegian owner's shares attractive, analyst says.
  • Mouskas family makes kamsarmax move
    The Mouskas family of Greece looks to be shifting into the kamsarmax market. The family is known for the London based capesize owner Zela Shipping, but appears to have made the latest move via a vehicle called Olympia Ocean Carriers. Broking sources in Greece say Olympia has bought the Hyundai built 81,000-dwt bulker Archigetis (built 2011) from compatriot owner Archipelago Shipping, paying in e
  • Skaugen ends Gasmar charter after losing Teekay pool ships
    Norwegian owner redelivering LPG vessel as it continues to negotiate new charter terms.
  • Awilco LNG banking on spot strength
    Norwegian owner resisting term deals as third quarter loss grows.
  • Bunker firm cheated customers out of $8m
    Three men face 150 counts of conspiracy of charging customers for more fuel than was delivered
  • Korea Line Corp sees operating profit triple
    Bulker and LNG carrier owner latest Asian owner to benefit from improving dry cargo market.
  • Nordisk celebrates 10 years in Singapore
    Nordisk Singapore's recent party to mark its 10th anniversary in the Lion City proved to be a double celebration. Not only did it mark a decade since the Norwegian freight, demurrage and defence club set up shop in Singapore, it also marked Karl Even Rygh's tenth year with the company. The event was held at the Aura Sky Lounge atop the National Gallery of Singapore which offers spectacular vie
  • Atlantic Offshore seals Maersk ERRV contract
    Aberdeen-based standby safety company agrees potential four year deal for North Sea field.
  • Cerberus buys 3% of Deutsche Bank
    Private equity group's move prompts talk of potential merger of German ship finance banks.

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American Shipperweb site
NOVEMBER 17, 2017
  • Port of Baltimore YTD cargo volumes rise 11%
    The Port of Baltimore handled over 8 million tons of general cargo at its public marine terminals during the first nine months of 2017, bre...
  • Flexport enters aircraft charter market
    Flexport, a Silicon Valley-based freight forwarder founded in 2013, has set its sights on chartering aircraft in order to efficiently handl...
  • Drewry: World Container Index falls 10.5% this week
    The World Container Index, a composite of container freight rates on eight major routes to/from the United States, Europe and Asia, fell 10...
  • Calvin Klein teams up with Amazon for exclusive online sales
    Amazon, Inc. and Calvin Klein have teamed up for the holidays as the apparel maker looks for new ways to reach shoppers amidst the decline ...
  • Diana Shipping seals time charter deal with Phaethon
    Athens-based shipowner Diana Shipping Inc., which specializes in the leasing of dry bulk vessels, has, through a separate wholly-owned subs...
  • Maersk Line names new president in North America
    Omar Shamsie, who has most recently been serving as president of Maersk Line Latin America & the Caribbean, will take on his new role as...
  • Texas remains tops in FTZ activity in 2016
    The value of shipments into U.S. Foreign Trade Zones (FTZs) totaled more than $610 billion in 2016, compared with nearly $660 billion the p...
  • Port of Long Beach receives $2.4m pollution reduction grant
    The Port of Long Beach has been awarded a $2.4 million grant by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to help three of its tenants repla...
  • Top trade officials will not attend latest NAFTA negotiations
    Top trade officials from the U.S., Canada and Mexico will not be present for the fifth round of NAFTA negotiations in Mexico City this week...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
NOVEMBER 17, 2017
  • Istanbul fuel oil premium to Novorossiisk falls to 1-month low
    The premium of delivered 380 CST high sulfur fuel oil prices in Istanbul over those in Novorossiisk has fallen to a one-month low on weather conditions and resupply costs.
  • Hong Kong's Sep fuel oil imports jump 23% from Aug to 4.28 mil barrels
    On a year-on-year basis, fuel oil imports were down 19.5%, the data showed
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • Pakistan's oil industry warns over fuel oil consumption cuts
    - Fuel oil stocks rising across supply chain - Imminent refinery shutdowns likely
  • Singapore's MPA rolls out more services, training for Singapore-registered ships, maritime companies
    The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore continues to spearhead more initiatives in shipping.
  • Singapore's MPA issues circular on UN sanctions against N Korea for shipping, bunkering
    This circular supersedes MPA Shipping Circular No. 18 of 2010.
  • Noble to focus on three US oil plays, one international gas play
    "We've high-graded the portfolio," Gary Willingham, executive vice president of operations said.




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