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Sched Netweb site
NOVEMBER 21, 2017
  • SIPG's profits could be hit by move in China to lower handling tariffs
  • Maersk expands trade financing to shippers' suppliers
  • HMM aims for 6th place in ranking ordering 20 super boxships
  • 2017 container volume growth forecast revised upwards to 6.4pc: Alphaliner
  • HHLA posts 12.3pc higher Q1-3 EBITDA of US$289.3m
  • Greek shipowners own the world's largest fleet by capacity: Unctad
  • Malaysia's Carey Island megaport plan placed on the backburner
  • Omar Shamsi is Maersk Line's new president in North America
  • Asia-N America air freight rates rise 17.7pc in October, Asia-Europe up 13.2pc
  • EVA takes delivery of 1st of five B777Fs ordered for fleet renewal
  • ANA is CEIV-Pharma certified at Narita airport, near Tokyo

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Exim Indiaweb site
NOVEMBER 20, 2017
  • Bahri announces intention to sell part stake in Petredec
  • DHL announces additional € 335 million expansion of its strategic Central Asia Hub in Hong Kong
  • Further fall in crude tanker freight rates seen
  • Maersk Line enhancing Far East-North West India & Pakistan coverage
  • MOL's newbuilding coal carrier delivered
  • Need for liability cover in transport of hazardous & noxious substances by ship explained
  • OOCL enhances Intra-Asia service by launching China Pakistan Express 2
  • OOCL's new CPX3 provides additional sailing frequency from Central China to Mundra
  • Adani Ports & SEZ appoints Mrithyunjay Chandilya as CEO - Logistics
  • Contship's La Spezia container terminal highlights advantages during tour of major cargo hubs in China & Taiwan
  • DICT flags off rice block train to Pipavav
  • Infrastructure status will reduce the cost of capital in transportation & warehousing: Mahindra Logistics
  • Logistics sector granted infrastructure status
  • NHAI performance gets it a ratings acknowledgement from Moody's & positive assessment from CRISIL
  • Liberia strikes a positive blow for global shipping with challenge to Brazilian court ruling

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International Transport Journalweb site
NOVEMBER 21, 2017
  • Expanding its Balkan network
  • First orders for new e-truck
  • Girteka first in line for Tesla e-truck
  • New rule to create customer-oriented rail network
  • ICD and Liscr win process in Brazil on mortgage in shipping
  • Mexicans continue to count on Florida-conversions
  • New GS1 boss in April 2018
  • October volumes weaker in port of Los Angeles
  • Strong UK partner for network
  • Maersk's North America president changing
  • Latvian cargo carrier joins ERA
  • West Africa on recovery course, says Drewry
  • Positive train control network growing steadily
  • Qatar Cargo links Myanmar to global trade lanes
  • Panalpina to dispense with COO post
  • Investment company launches logistics trust

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IHS Maritimeweb site
NOVEMBER 20, 2017
  • IEA forecasts 45% rise in global LNG demand by 2040
  • SIPG's credit rating at risk following China's anti-competition crackdown
  • Insurance industry expresses concerns over autonomous vessels
  • Capricorn Copper to ship first cargo in December
  • Hindustan Petroleum books VLGCs at bargain rate for two years
  • Profits for KLC, Korea Shipping Corporation, loss for SM Line
  • Noble Group sells four Kamsarmax bulkers as debt woes mount

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The Loadstarweb site
NOVEMBER 20, 2017
  • Walmart and JB Hunt join customer list for Tesla's new all-electric Semi truck
  • Keswick sells Tibbett Logistics subsidiary in Romania to Yusen
  • 'Prepare your vessels for new lower emissions rules or face the consequences'
  • DB Schenker eyes expanded footprint in Americas via land transport
  • Jordan to build logistics airport for Syria, Iraq reconstruction
  • Guillaume Halleux becomes acting head of Qatar Airways Cargo
  • Nike's plan to shave a month off shoe delivery times
  • Andy Weber quits Panalpina 'for personal reasons' and won't be replaced
  • Delving into the problems of Amazon's last-mile deliveries

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Marine Logweb site
NOVEMBER 20, 2017
  • Kleven to build second seabed mining vessel for De Beers
  • VIDEO: Plugging in Finland's first electric ferry
  • EU Navfor detains suspected Somali pirates
  • Japanese tug loses power, scrapes U.S. Navy destroyer
  • Tier 4 Cummins QSK38 marine engine will be available 2019
  • GLDD takes delivery of advanced ATB hopper dredge
  • NRG Marine launches new ultrasonic antifouling system
  • Optimarin is first BWTS manufacturer to offer five year guarantee

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Lloyd's Listweb site
NOVEMBER 20, 2017
  • P&I Clubs: Eminent Victorians look to Brexit exodus
    Today could mark the beginning of the end of UK dominance of the niche
  • Daily Briefing
    THE million-dollar question for the crude tanker industry, quite literally, is whether earnings will start to recover next year
  • Armed robbers board tanker off Colombia
    Robbers stole property and escaped after being found by crew
  • Navig8 Chemical Tankers continues to suffer losses
    Company continues to expect favourable market conditions despite more losses
  • North P&I gets Dublin subsidiary to skirt Barnier passporting ban
    Some underwriting will shift to Irish capital, club reveals
  • Product tankers: Bulls are arriving... hopefully
    Long-awaited recovery may be realised finally as stock drawdown continues and fleet growth slows
  • Panamaxes lead BDI lower
    Handysizes fall the least, partly supported by grain shipments from the Black Sea
  • CSSC unit plans $830m injection as Beijing demands cuts to public sector debt
    The move follows CSIC's $3.3bn debt-to-equity swap launched in August
  • Star Bulk shrinks net losses as market improves
    Absence of impairments and losses on vessel disposals also helped the third-quarter results
  • Beijing's cut in port box handling tariffs threatens Shanghai's credit status
    But Moody's maintains SIPG ratings outlook at stable
  • Follow the Money European shipowners could relocate to Asia as finance moves east
    Industry leaders warn that Europe's maritime clusters will be weakened by the loss of ship finance business to China and...
  • Lack of regulation holding back development of unmanned vessels
    Industry executives surveyed by Clyde & Co raised concerns over cyber security threats and collisions related to autonomous vessels
  • Teekay Tankers-TIL merger set to close by end-November
    Shareholders of both companies have approved the deal
  • Diana Containerships narrows losses on lack of impairments
    Time charter revenues decreased after the sale of two vessels including the Doukato in June this year
  • Verhoeven and Yildirim see port alliances as next step
    Mergers, takeovers and vessel-sharing agreements are giving container lines huge bargaining power, which is pressuring ports and terminals as they fight...
  • Are EU consortia rules fit for purpose in the era of global alliances?
    Lawyers, carriers and shippers prepare their arguments ahead of Brussels' review of the existing regulatory regime that ends in 2020...
  • EU Navfor captures suspected pirates after attacks on two vessels off Somalia
    Rocket grenades fired at 52,000-tonne containership

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
NOVEMBER 20, 2017
  • Plummeting US paper scrap exports to China set to freefall
  • Asia services, resins fuel double-digit US Gulf growth
  • Carriers to get lower Chinese tariffs after antitrust verdict
  • Q&A: ELDs and the future of truck capacity
  • Local partner sought to kickstart Chabahar port development

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TradeWindsweb site
NOVEMBER 20, 2017
  • US trade group seeks more LNG exports
    Trade group aims to connect buyers and financial sponsors with US-based projects.
  • Royal Caribbean looks to issue debt
    Senior notes will be used primarily to repay loan due next year.
  • Ineos to take one Evergas VLEC newbuild
    UK-based chemical firm signs long-term agreement to back new ethane carrier, but fate of second carrier unclear.
  • Trafigura confirms plans for second FSRU
    Announcement comes as the global energy trader kicks off operations of Port Qasim FSRU in Pakistan.
  • Analyst optimistic on Genco, dry-bulk market
    Evercore ISI analyst Jon Chappell forecasts fleet expansion, upturn for owner.
  • Navig8 Chemical Tankers posts loss
    Increase in vessel operating days not an offset to declines in daily earnings, but market expected to tighten.
  • Beximco eyes more after buying LPG carrier
    Bangladesh owner doubles gas fleet and plans to add two more ships.
  • Paris MOU bans cargoship for a year
    Multiple detentions mean Ukrainian ship barred for longer period.
  • Golden Ocean tipped for 'token dividend'
    Danske Bank believes payout could arrive with third quarter report tomorrow.
  • Deutsche Bank linked to $250m loan sale
    German lender reportedly packaging distressed debt for disposal.
  • Cosco Shipping Energy logs $470m order at Dalian Shipbuilding
    Swoop will see Chinese giant upgrade both its VLCC and suezmax fleets.
  • Ezion cleared to amend $468m of bonds
    Singapore OSV owner "humbled" as investors back restructuring.
  • Putin plans to nationalise Arctic shipping
    Coastal route to be protected to boost domestic tanker and LNGC owners.
  • Star Bulk Carriers confirms capesize buy
    Petros Pappas-fronted company announces purchase of 2004-built bulker.
  • Briggs Marine secures six-year subsea deal
    Scottish operator to work with SSEN on cable project.
  • Berenberg buys $300m loans from Commerzbank
    German lender teams up with US fund to raid compatriot's ship finance portfolio.
  • Seven injured as freak wave hits ferry
    Hurtigruten ship battered by storm off Norway.
  • Mixed fortunes for tankers ahead of OPEC meeting
    IEA cuts deliver lowlight of last week, while rising MR rates pointing to better times for products.
  • Liberian Registry claims big legal win for shipping
    Brazilian FPSO case removes uncertainty over enforceability of mortgages.
  • Bulk carrier orders show near four-fold rise, says Clarksons
    Tanker contracting also on the up following lackluster 2016 for yards.
  • Fearnleys not on Fredriksen group blacklist
    Reports suggesting shipowner had blacklisted Norwegian service provider dismisses.
  • Siem Offshore tries for further refinancing in downturn
    Kristian Siem-backed owner also in talks to sell six-ship cable-laying business.
  • Torang Darya looks to expand in Qatar
    Iran's biggest private owner sees exports increasing due to Saudi boycott.
  • Shinhan Financial sees loan loss drop 82%
    Korean lender boosted by fewer provisions relating to shipyards and shipowners.
  • National Bank of Greece forces bulker sale
    Bombay high court orders auction of Theoxenia Shipping vessel.
  • Standard warns over Venezuelan inspection scam
    P&I club says some divers are extorting money from owners with threat of ship being detained.
  • Star Bulk Carriers slashes third quarter loss
    Petros Pappas-led bulker owner says it has taken advantage of tightening market to fix 15 vessels.
  • EU NAVFOR detains suspected Somali pirates
    EU naval mission off Horn of Africa springs into action following boxship grenade attack.
  • Malaysian High Court approves Nam Cheong rescue
    Offshore support vessel shipbuilder reaches another milestone on road to recovery.

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American Shipperweb site
NOVEMBER 20, 2017
  • U.S. imposes antidumping duties on tubing imports
    The Commerce Department will move forward with imposing antidumping duties on imports of cold-drawn mechanical tubing from Germany, China, ...
  • Becker Logistics acquires Savage's freight brokerage subsidiary
    Becker Logistics LLC has acquired Savage Logistics, the freight brokerage business of Savage Companies, on Nov. 1. Savage Logistics offers...
  • Dead body found aboard MOL chemical tanker in San Francisco Bay
    An investigation is ongoing in a case where a man was found dead onboard an MOL chemical tanker that was moored at a ConocoPhillips facilit...
  • DHL Express to hike rates in 2018
    DHL Express will implement a 4.9 percent general average price increase for U.S. account holders starting January 2018, they announced on F...
  • Mexico's Q3 container imports rise amid drop in exports
    Total Mexican container imports for the third quarter of 2017 increased 14 percent from a year prior thanks to a boost in electronics, auto...
  • Asia-West Africa trade recovering in 2017
    The Asia to West Africa trade is currently served by nine fully cellular container services that collectively deploy 101 vessels, according ...
  • Dandong Port defaults on $150.7m in bonds
    Dandong Port Group, which manages the largest Chinese port still trading with North Korea, failed to settle 1 billion yuan (U.S. $150.7 mil...
  • PMSA: Container traffic rises 8% at major West Coast ports in September
    The five major U.S. West Coast container ports - Los Angeles, Long Beach, Oakland, Tacoma, and Seattle - collectively handled 70,751 more i...
  • NWSA YTD container volumes rise despite October decline
    Container volumes at the Northwest Seaport Alliance (NWSA),the marine cargo operating partnership between the ports of Seattle and Tacoma, ...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
NOVEMBER 20, 2017
  • NYMEX ULSD leads oil complex lower Monday
    The oil complex weakened Monday as NYMEX December ULSD fell 1.45 cents to $1.9321/gal, reversing part of Friday's increase as futures struggled to maintain upward momentum.
  • Novorossiisk, Tuapse ports closed by storms: port agents
    The Russian Black Sea ports of Novorossiisk and nearby Tuapse are closed due to high winds, but the Turkish straits remain open, port agents said Monday.
  • Danish court clears bunker supplier Monjasa of fraud
    "This strong and complete acquittal of Monjasa by the High Court is the verdict we expected," a Monjasa spokesman told S&P Global Platts.
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • External: Marine Bunkering(Rotterdam)B.V.
  • Russian Rosneft to supply up to 244,200 b/d of crude to China's CEFC through 2022
    - Five-year contract effective from January 1 - Cargo value based on market prices
  • FUTURES: Oil mixed amid lack of fresh drivers, possible supply cuts
  • Freight costs suppress Thai appetite for Mediterranean crude
    Thai refiners reluctant to buy Mediterranean crude amid costly freight
  • Shipping sector eyes green technology to tackle rising costs amid new rules
    68% of the respondents said that differences in regional and international regulations would impede adoption of green technology.




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