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20 September 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 20:35 GMT+2




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Sched Netweb site
SEPTEMBER 6, 2018
  • Maersk hikes North America-Mideast/India rate US$25 October 1
  • CMA CGM hikes China-West Africa rate US$500/TEU September 17
  • Alabama port authority and US Coast Guard braces for storm at Mobile
  • Panama Canal to implement modifications to transit booking reservations
  • Cosco Shipping Lines first half volume rises 12.4pc to 11.24 million TEU
  • Costly legal and technical costs arise from contaminated bunker in US Gulf
  • Shenzhen's SF Holding forms cargo joint venture with SF China Railway
  • Yusen's LA truck appointments cut turn-around from 89 to 72 minutes
  • Class society Korean Register offers aerial, submarine drone ship surveys
  • Indian study charts ways to fill gaps left by US goods boycotted by China
  • Optimarin ballast system selected for 9 US Coast Guard patrol cutters
  • Trump to open front in trade war on European Union's non-tariff barriers
  • DHL eCommerce uses electric vehicles to deliver in Malaysia, Vietnam
  • India's cabotage reform boosts transshipments by repositioning empties
  • Panalpina's Bogota branch wins good distribution certificate for pharma
  • Cathay A320 flights from Hong Kong to Japan's Tokushima from December
  • U-Freight transports mobile aircraft hangars for SOAR to carry out repairs
  • Ethiopian launches route to US, first all-cargo flight from Africa to Miami

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Exim Indiaweb site
SEPTEMBER 5, 2018
  • BCBA organises workshop on responsibility & way forward for Custom brokers
  • CMA CGM launches CLIMACTIVE advanced technology in active controlled atmosphere for refrigerated containers
  • Global parcel shipping reaches $279 bn in revenue
  • Maersk Line wins Container Shipping Line of the Year - India-Africa Trade Lane award at MALA 2018
  • Nitin Gadkari to inaugurate & Saurav Ganguly to address FIATA World Congress 2018 in New Delhi
  • SCI receives AMVER recognition from US Coast Guard & two PSE excellence awards
  • India's export of coconut products between 2014-18 rises to Rs 6,448 cr.
  • Revenue Department in process to make clearance of export consignments easy
  • High Court of England & Wales restrains Djibouti's port company from terminating joint venture with DP world
  • JNPT wins Container Handling Port of the Year award at MALA 2018

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International Transport Journalweb site
SEPTEMBER 6, 2018
  • Forwarders paying up to 25% more toll charges
  • New service to Oran
  • Domestic operations at Seko change hands
  • Ifco to gain independence in 2019
  • Theory and practice at Air Cargo Conference in Frankfurt
  • Secure HGV parking yard now operational in UK
  • Industry stalwart for UIC in Paris
  • Liebherr delivers to port of Gothenburg
  • Canada: takeover of Hudson Bay Railway
  • First customer for new aircraft made in India
  • Western Post leasing property in Bochum
  • Jaxport board elects new chairman
  • Port of Adabiya witnesses rising interest
  • «Curiosity of the day»
  • Dimotrans Group joins The Waco System
  • New Finnair Cargo GSSAs in South and East Asia
  • Freight carrier to equip entire fleet with telematics

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IHS Maritimeweb site
SEPTEMBER 5, 2018
  • IMO chief praises shipping's positive sulphur cap response
  • ONE considers hybrid fuel or LNG ahead of sulphur cap
  • Polaris Shipping targets Singapore for delayed IPO
  • CNOOC and China Gas to develop LNG bunkering in China
  • Huanghai Shipping orders feeder ships in container debut
  • Families of Stellar Daisy crew want involvement in underwater search

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The Loadstarweb site
SEPTEMBER 5, 2018
  • UK High Court blocks Djibouti bid to terminate box terminal JV with DP World
  • 2M Alliance suspends an AE2/Swan loop as low season pressure builds on carriers
  • A bumper year for China-Europe rail, but growing demand could derail services
  • As India's air cargo market starts to fly, carriers take a fresh look at freighters
  • The digital age is not quite the disruptor freight forwarders feared, says report
  • Alban François quits Brussels Airlines Cargo for fresh fields as Lufthansa takes over
  • Zara aims to sell everywhere as Amazon encroaches
  • The untold story of NotPetya, history's most devastating cyber attack

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Marine Logweb site
SEPTEMBER 5, 2018
  • U.S. EEOC files anti-discrimination suit against Bayou La Batre shipyard
  • Rolls-Royce launches new Bergen B36:45 marine gas engine
  • ABB unveils user-centric DP control system
  • Viking Life-Saving Equipment acquires Norsafe
  • Kongsberg launches next generation Integrated Bridge System
  • JDP aims to develop 23,000 TEU LNG fueled containership
  • Becker Marine Systems showcases latest developments at SMM

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Lloyd's Listweb site
SEPTEMBER 5, 2018
  • Osaka remains closed to shipping following typhoon
    Osaka port is due to reopen on September 6, says ship agent
  • Seabed 2030 project director steps down
    The project has now entered the second financial year with the Nippon Foundation's $2m financial pledge
  • German owners prepare to re-enter boxship market
    After a fall in the amount of containership tonnage under German ownership, the market could be about to change
  • South Korea delays release of Stellar Daisy report
    The maritime industry is eagerly awaiting the accident investigation report after the converted very large ore carrier sank in high...
  • SMM: Start-ups tackling shipping carbon problem 'enjoying boom'
    Cargill, DNV GL and Rainmaking positively surprised by the loud response from start-ups to help offer decarbonisation solutions for the...
  • Global box trade maintains moderate growth form
    July was the transpacific's busiest month of 2018 so far, as volumes grew 4.4% over last year to 1.7m teu
  • Maersk Tankers appoints Danske's Christensen as new finance chief
    New appointment comes as Maersk Tankers is going through ownership structure change after the takeover by AP Møller Holding
  • Ballots due in ILWU election
    New president will take over one of the most powerful labour roles in US container shipping at a time of...
  • Coal shipments hit by Australian port congestion
    Freight rates are likely to improve for capesizes and panamaxes if chronic congestion continues
  • SMM Inmarsat and Danelec launch cloud-based data platform
    Inmarsat and Danelec intend to roll out the service in the first quarter of 2019 as sea trials conclude this...
  • Daily Briefing
    Transocean to buy Ocean Rig for $2.7bn | Bureau Veritas keeps faith in LNG | Boxship fleet rebalance pushed back...
  • Eagle Bulk agrees deal for scrubbers on up to 37 ships
    The agreement comprises firm orders for 19 scrubbers and up to 18 optional units

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
SEPTEMBER 5, 2018
  • NY-NJ ports chief to leave, triggers nationwide replacement search
  • Shippers' demurrage, detention concerns resonate in FMC report draft
  • Trans-Pac carriers inject more eastbound capacity
  • Amazon van order accelerates delivery network strategy
  • Tropical Storm Gordon - Sector Mobile ports open, restricted draft varies
  • 2M's Asia-Europe capacity slash serves warning of slowing trade
  • Construction slows trucks to Yangshan amid trans-Pacific peak
  • AAL adds vessel on stronger Australia iron ore demand
  • Concor works to lure Indian rail customers with more free time

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TradeWindsweb site
SEPTEMBER 5, 2018
  • DNV GL, Dalian plan massive LNG-powered boxship
    Classification society and Chinese shipbuilder plan to build world's largest boxship, powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG).
  • Frontline places $1.3bn premium price on its own head
    Tanker owner thinks it's worth 30% more than its market capitalisation as a potential buy, but market shouldn't hold its breath on that happening.
  • Navios Containers launches $121m IPO
    Angeliki Frangou-backed New York-listing hopeful to offer 5.3 million shares at $18 to $20 each.
  • Eagle Bulk keeps eye on S&P options despite 'bold' scrubber move
    Gary Vogel explains how owner operator expects investment in 'newly-minted super-eco vessels' to perform.
  • Cargill, DNV GL advance 'CO2 Challenge'
    Project, guided by start-up specialist Rainmaking, focuses on lowering carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.
  • Inchcape confirms chief executive
    Maritime services company appoints Frank Olsen CEO, promotes two other c-level executives.
  • Pistiolis chops related party fees at Top Ships
    Move aimed at boosting profitability and increasing appeal to investors.
  • StormGeo buys Nautisk from NHST
    Merger aims to combine routing and weather services with digital navigation products.
  • Hoegh LNG confirms charter of ninth FSRU
    Korean newbuilding heading off to work for Spain's Naturgy Energy.
  • LNG is shipping's most attractive sector, says DNB Markets
    GasLog upgraded as analysts led by Nicolay Dyvik revise their rate forecasts.
  • Ocean Rig deal shows 'consolidation best form of survival'
    VesselsValue likes the look of first big ultra-deepwater fleet transaction.
  • Bibby Offshore reveals North Sea OSV deal
    UK owner has been working on IRM for independent production company.
  • Wan Hai in first eBL trade with Bolero
    Taiwanese line eliminates paperwork for large shipment to China.
  • Mark Tracey resigns from Braemar Shipping Services board
    Mark Tracey has resigned as a director of London-listed Braemar Shipping Services. Former Goldman Sachs executive Tracey has been on the Braemar board since 2012 and is one of four non-executive directors. In a statement today Braemar said Tracey was stepping down to spend more time on his other interests, in particular his healthcare consultancy business. A search of a replacement, who would s
  • MAN cruiseship engine sales top $100m
    German group says passengership business booming this year.
  • VIDEO: Cargoship grounds on Greek beach
    Turkish vessel gets stuck on north coast of Evia en route to Istanbul.
  • Maersk Tankers drafts Danske Bank man as new finance chief
    New appointment comes at time of significant transformation at product tanker owner.
  • ONE favours hybrid fuel in race to 2020
    But Japanese boxship giant could also charter vessels with scrubbers to meet IMO rules.
  • Bigger bulker focus at Times Navigation
    Greek shipowner Times Navigation has begun expanding in the capesize arena after scooping supramaxes on the secondhand market, the company has revealed. Following a triple supramax purchase in July, the Athens-based company confirmed a memorandum of agreement last week to acquire the 57,000-dwt supramax bulker built 2012) for $12m. The Chinese-controlled vessel, built at Xiamen Shipbuilding, is t
  • Topaz PSV duo arrested in Nigeria
    Owner says it has always met local market laws as third legal bid launched in Port Harcourt.
  • Croatia plans talks to save Siem's Uljanik order
    Siem Shipping boss Kenneth Ross travelling to country next week as state bids to reverse car carrier cancellation.
  • GasFin signs for FRU at Jiangnan Shipyard
    UK gas infrastructure company inks deal for 28,000-cbm barge.
  • Auctions draw mixed results in Singapore
    Recent ship auctions held in Singapore have netted a buyer for a supramax bulker, but four bunker tankers remain unsold. Additionally, the sale of a handymax bulker was called off at the 11th hour. High Court officials confirmed that the auction of Edem Marine's 52,500-dwt bulker Patriot (built 2004) on 28 August was a success, but no details on price or buyer have been disclosed. Piraeus forecl
  • Vinalines IPO falls way short of target
    Vietnamese state shipping conglomerate's listing on the Hanoi Stock Exchange failed to excite investor interest.
  • Indonesian biodiesel provides fillip for product tankers
    But pending European Union legislation threatens to scupper sizeable cargo flows.
  • Japanese supramax bulker runs aground off Montevideo
    Local ship agency says cause of grounding reportedly linked to failure of ship's main engine.

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American Shipperweb site
SEPTEMBER 5, 2018
  • FMCSA welcomes input on hours of service changes
  • Executive Moves: Panalpina, Michael Dusi
  • Szabat's DOT nomination moves forward
  • Automakers say more tariffs would drive up car prices
  • MSC hikes rates for cargo from Asia to U.S., Canada
  • Global container trade growth slowing
  • USDA sets menu for planning session
  • Mexico's trade growth starting to fade
  • 2M suspends Asia-Europe loop

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
SEPTEMBER 5, 2018
  • New Libya clashes threaten oil infrastructure
    Clashes between rival Libyan militias in Tripoli have reignited despite a UN-brokered ceasefire, threatening the supply of oil products in the capital
  • Taiwan may break into top three US crude buyer list in Asia
    Taiwanese refiners have been relentless in buying US crude oil over the recent few trading cycles
  • More than 9% of Gulf of Mexico oil supply, 10% of gas shut in by storm: US agency
    More than 159,000 b/d of US Gulf of Mexico oil production and 266,000 Mcf/d of natural gas production have been shut in due to Tropical Storm Gordon
  • OPEC's Barkindo says 'no disagreement' among members over production policy
    OPEC is hoping to finalize a long-term cooperation pact to help manage the global oil market with Russia and other key oil producer allies
  • OPEC to finalize cooperation pact in December: Barkindo
    OPEC hopes to finalize a long-term cooperation pact to help manage the global oil market with Russia and other allies
  • Bunker fuel oil tight at Italy's Augusta as resupply awaited
    Bunker fuel availability at the port of Augusta, Italy, is tight as suppliers await a replenishment cargo
  • Hamburg bunker market gets new MGO barge
    The barge can hold 700 cu m of MGO.
  • Gordon's path, emerging market concerns cool oil complex
    The oil complex turned lower Wednesday as a weaker emerging market outlook combined with cooling concerns regarding the expected impact of Tropical Storm Gordon.
  • ANALYSIS: Iran sanctions impact drives up Middle East crude oil complex
    Sources estimate that anywhere between 600,000 b/d to 1.2 million b/d of Iranian oil could come off the market come November 5.
  • Japan's bunker fuel market faces delays as Typhoon Jebi strikes
    "It is impossible to deliver bunker fuel in Tokyo Bay on both Tuesday and Wednesday," a trader said.
  • Bad bunker risk to rise in 2020, bunker suppliers must be accountable: BIMCO
    The recent spike in fuel contamination cases have raised quality and safety concerns over blended fuels in 2020.
  • Transocean buys Ocean Rig anticipating deepwater recovery
    The deal will expand Transocean's presence in the key markets of Brazil, West Africa and Norway, it said.
  • FUTURES: Crude lower as supply disruption concerns recede
    Market participants were also continuing to monitor developments in US sanctions on Iran, as well as the US-China trade tensions.




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