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18 November 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 19:11 GMT+1




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Sched Netweb site
SEPTEMBER 4, 2018
  • Maersk ups rate from Far East to US and Canada on September 15
  • Tony Tyler joins Qantas board as non-executive director in October
  • China factory output posts upturn surprise in recent PMI statistics
  • Russia's Northern Sea Route cargo up 81pc in '18 thanks to oil and gas
  • China not immediate focus of US trade talks: US Treasury boss Mnuchin
  • US State Department: Russia 'harasses' ships in Sea Azov off the Ukraine
  • Iran takes 'full control' of Persian Gulf trade lane, tells US Navy to go
  • China Logistics Property soars 88.5pc to US$29.1 million, sales up 65.2pc
  • CenterPoint acquires 294,912-square foot Seattle distribution centre
  • Australia and Indonesia conclude final negotiations on free trade deal
  • Liquid Storage 2018 conference held on October 3-4 in Cartagena, Spain
  • Beijing chides United for sidestepping one-China policy regarding Taiwan
  • Italian Ryanair pilots get paternity leave in carrier's first labour pact
  • Schenker expands SE Asia presence in Malaysia with top flight warehouse

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Exim Indiaweb site
SEPTEMBER 3, 2018
  • Avana Logistek initiates coastal container service at Kakinada Port
  • CMA CGM to reshuffle EPIC 1 service between North Europe & Indian Subcontinent
  • India Cruise Lines Association presents White Paper on "Recommendations for Indian Cruise Industry" to Nitin Gadkari
  • Laurent Binetti appointed new Chief Commercial Officer of CEVA Logistics
  • MOL signs technology consulting agreement with Prof. Tomoharu Nagao of Yokohama National University for promoting the use & application of ICT-based trends in advanced digitalisation
  • NYK Group plans integration of port & harbour transportation business companies
  • NYK's 2018 report elaborates on business strategy, sustainable growth
  • RCL revamps Cambodia & Songkhla service
  • Chennai Port berths Very Large Crude Carrier
  • Nitin Gadkari presides over signing of new wage settlement agreement for Major Port employees
  • Vessels carrying wheat from India berthing at Chabahar Port
  • Mahindra Logistics buys into technology startup ShipX
  • UKWA CEO warns that Dover is catastrophically unprepared for Brexit
  • Demonetisation & its impact on tax collection & formalisation of the economy - Arun Jaitley
  • Maritime And Logistics Awards (MALA) 2018 celebrates success & fosters discussion on key issues

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International Transport Journalweb site
SEPTEMBER 4, 2018
  • Tippers for Earthline
  • Emirates performing largest ever air horse charter
  • Rolf Schnellecke enters Hall of Fame
  • Swire Shipping's new office operational
  • Larger facility in Tucson
  • Australia: Murray Basin rail project progressing
  • Technology officer takes the reins at Seko
  • Building work kicks off in Ljubljana
  • 1,000 fully loaded freight trains replace 100,000 HGVs
  • WFS lands Thai Cargo contract in UK and Ireland
  • MPC - greater expectations in H2/2018
  • «Curiosity of the day»
  • GLS goes shopping in Canada
  • Turkish Cargo now counts 85 cargo-only destinations
  • Norwegian shipping group CFO from Thyssenkrupp
  • UP to transport 400,000 barrels of oil per month
  • Germany: marked rise in ro-ro cargo in short sea shipping

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IHS Maritimeweb site
SEPTEMBER 3, 2018
  • Success of maritime digitalisation relies on fresh 'mindset'
  • Workplace bullying is widespread problem for crew
  • AET Tanker returns to Samsung HI for another Suezmax tanker
  • Dasivedo's Tig Rig system could help owners meet strict fuel rules
  • Vindskip announces car carrier design to combat carbon emissions
  • Yangzijiang invests to boost shipbuilding core
  • Blue Technology reveals zero-emission vessel type that harnesses wind power
  • Red light on Geden Lines' Aframax order at Samkang M&T
  • How data and analysis help shipowners understand ballast-water best practices
  • Rickmers, MarLink take feeder orders to 16 ships
  • Hsin Chien goes to Shikoku Dockyard for Handysize trio

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The Loadstarweb site
SEPTEMBER 3, 2018
  • Air cargo market looking 'lacklustre', despite approaching peak season
  • US-China escalation means peak season may be last hurrah for transpac trade
  • Digital forwarder Twill takes on Maersk colours in quest for end-to-end solutions
  • Improved charter rates a bonus for MPC Container Ships as it sails into the black
  • Capacity to handle bigger box ships will give port of Melbourne a boost
  • Air China plans to sell majority share in its cargo business
  • Dover Harbour Board appoints Doug Bannister as its new CEO
  • Italian air freight veterans take on new challenges

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Marine Logweb site
SEPTEMBER 3, 2018
  • MAN adds LPG burning engine to two-stroke dual-fuel line-up
  • IMO sulfur cap: Choosing the right lubricant to protect your engine
  • Xavier Beale promoted to VP of Trades at Newport News Shipbuilding
  • Viking LIne starts construction of next generation cruise ferry
  • ABS publishes 3D printing guidance notes

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Lloyd's Listweb site
SEPTEMBER 3, 2018
  • SMM offers debate and opportunity
    This year's SMM in Hamburg presents a unique opportunity as well as an elevated responsibility for the manufacturing and technology...
  • Hutchison invests in Chinese ocean-rail corridor
    Port giant's logistics arm and CCI Eurasia Land Bridge Logistics Development will jointly develop a new logistics corridor linking Hong...
  • Wärtsilä seals US approval for ballast management system
    Approval given for the company's electro-chlorination system, while approval for the UV is also expected this year
  • Freight supply-demand mismatch most apparent on major east-west trades
    Predicted container shipping capacity rebalancing this year and resulting higher freight rates 'seems as if it's not going to happen'...
  • Capes soften amid delays at Chinese ports
    Shipping association BIMCO expects Chinese iron ore imports to drop, while fleet growth has been revised up to 2.7% this...
  • Zeamarine venture cleared to operate in US
    Zeamarine says its near-term strategy is for "growth, improved customer service; and a continued search for opportunities to build the...
  • Life-saving officer honoured for heroic act
    Stephen Chamberlain is one of 19 people who are receiving the Merchant Navy Medal for Meritorious Service for going above...
  • Transpacific contract rates set for boost
    Shippers could see rates increase by up to 40% if carriers can re-establish the historic link between contract and spot...
  • Port of Dover names new chief
    Doug Bannister to take over the port in March 2019, just before Brexit, Dover's biggest concern, kicks in
  • SHI nets new shuttle tanker order from AET
    SHI claims itself to be the leader of the shuttle tanker newbuilding market, having won 37 out of the 54...
  • Ronningen takes over Songa Bulk
    The company's former chief financial officer rises to become chief executive as Herman Billung leaves for Star Bulk
  • Maersk takes Twill into the fold
    Online freight forwarder to get boost from being made more widely available to Maersk Line's customer base
  • Daily Briefing
    Container ports back on track | EIB to unveil 25-ship scrubber finance deal | The Lloyd's List Podcast | US...
  • China Merchants Port profits boosted by equity disposal
    Management says China-US trade war has limited impact on business and the company will continue to treat overseas investments as...
  • Stella Daisy owner opposes search for wreck's black box
    Daniel Park, representative of the families of the missing crew, tells Lloyd's List that the petition shows a lack of...
  • Yangtze River Delta ports to implement sulphur cap
    Move comes three months ahead of Beijing's plan to expand its coastal emission control areas to cover China's entire territorial...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
SEPTEMBER 3, 2018
  • MSC latest to shift port call from IT-troubled Felixstowe
  • Global container shipping stabilizes just as pitfalls deepen

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TradeWindsweb site
SEPTEMBER 3, 2018
  • Polaris protests against Stellar Daisy search
    Owner of Vale controlled VLOC that sank last year does not want underwater wreck survey to go ahead.
  • Paddy Rodgers slams 2020 sulphur legislation
    Euronav chief spells out to pre-SMM conference in Hamburg why he feels sulphur legislation is flawed
  • Olympic Shipping VLCCs fixed to Aissot
    Time charter with Greek owner continues rapid growth of tanker newcomer.
  • Murmansk Shipping bulker arrested in Denmark
    Russian owner says problems being addressed on Novaya Zemlya off Cape Skagen.
  • Stifel analyst counts extra cost of IMO 2020
    New legislation could add $66bn to annual spend on bunkers.
  • MHI eyes European ferry market
    Japanese yard group to expand two plants to secure orders from the west.
  • Essel Group plots $2bn cruiseship move
    Subhash Chandra-led company on the look-out for more ships after buying P&O vessel.
  • New 100-ship Zeamarine venture cleared in US
    Zeaborn and Intermarine project and heavy-lift cargo combination starts trading in US.
  • Giant Bahri VLCC set to head for the breakers
    Saudi Arabian owner seeking a scrap buyer for oldest tanker in its vast fleet.
  • Oceanteam to restructure Mexican venture DOT Shipping
    Decline in market prompts talks with support vessel partner Diavaz.
  • Wartsila teams with tech group theDOCK
    Finnish group continues digitalisation drive with help from Israeli experts.
  • Uljanik workers end strike as pay row settled
    July salaries being paid as Croatian plants resume operations.
  • Ro-pax hit by fire off Philippines
    Authorities rescue 97 people from burning Lite Shipping vessel.
  • Monjasa buys West African Eships tanker
    Danish bunker group takes over control of bareboated vessel as market develops.
  • Tufton Oceanic Assets seeks fresh capital
    Move to raise additional funds comes with IPO purse set to be fully deployed.
  • Two killed by toxic fumes on Norwegian tanker
    Sea Tank seafarers taken to hospital in Norway but cannot be saved.
  • Golden Energy keeps PSV with Wintershall
    Norwegian owner extends domestic charter to the end of 2018.
  • Ronningen replaces Billung at Songa Bulk
    CFO steps up after CEO left to join Star Bulk, which bought its fleet.
  • Samsung confirms latest AET shuttle tanker order
    South Korean yard says latest order takes its share of the market to almost 70% since 2010.
  • Djakarta Lloyd boxship grounds off Myanmar
    Indonesian owner's scrapbound Sam Ratulangi PB 1600 makes international headlines as it runs onto the wrong beach.
  • Charterers face 33% premium for 'non-scrubber' VLCC
    Shipping costs are set to rise considerably for users of tankers post IMO 2020, says Poten.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
SEPTEMBER 3, 2018
  • External: Marine Bunkering(Rotterdam)B.V.
  • External: Global Risk Management
  • Ship operators need to take a strategic approach to IMO 2020: LR
    About 15% of the world's fleet is expected to non-comply with the IMO global sulfur limit rule in 2020.
  • FUTURES: Oil lower on US rig count, OPEC supply increase
    "It's become a see-saw battle between supply fears and demand concerns," Vandana Hari, founder Vanda Insights said.




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