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Sched Netweb site
DECEMBER 7, 2018
  • China's state media provides more detail on Sino-US trade truce
  • DS Norden carries out first test voyage of bio-fuelled ship
  • CMA CGM ties up with Hong Kong's Freightos to advance digitisation
  • Dip Shipping forwarding executives plead guilty to price-fixing
  • SeaLand announces USDA Inspection Charge on cold cargo
  • Hard-pressed US ports lack funds to build US Customs new facilities
  • Georgia announces inland terminal plan to cut trucks to Atlanta
  • Port of Rotterdam embraces IAPH-backed LNG auditing tool
  • NYK's ship management platform to reduce duties and use big data
  • DSV starts on new 1.1 million-square foot facility near Toronto
  • Cathay Pacific to start Hong Kong-Seattle daily service from July
  • UK and Canada wrap up open skies agreement ahead of Brexit
  • October world air cargo beats September with Asia Pacific on top
  • Nepal and Cambodia sign initial air services agreement

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Exim Indiaweb site
DECEMBER 6, 2018
  • APL joins fight against wildlife trade
  • CMA CGM & Freightos sign agreement advancing digitisation in the shipping industry
  • Kolkata-Patna becomes India's second container cargo sector on inland waterways
  • Vasco Maritime, Goodrich Group's NVOCC & ship owning arm, celebrates 20th Anniversary in Singapore
  • DHL Global Trade Barometer indicates prosperous overall trade outlook for India
  • PDP International's 'Shrinkhala' plot to benefit ex-im trade in Kolkata
  • Repo Rate unchanged, SLR reduced
  • Annual Startup India Venture Capital Summit 2018 in Goa today
  • South East Air Cargo Conclave & Awards 2018 seeing tremendous interest from delegates
  • WCO meeting in Mumbai discusses best practices in different areas of cross-border trade

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International Transport Journalweb site
DECEMBER 7, 2018
  • "A port has to offer a vision"
  • Five e-vehicles for final mile fleet
  • DTC now orange through and through
  • MSC sticks to announced BRC
  • Crane Benelux welcomes new MD
  • Latam Cargo connects Huntsville to Latin America
  • New rail yard shortens truck trips
  • Another helmsman for Battermann & Tillery
  • Davies Turner on the move in Scotland
  • Shipper to Teesport for five years
  • More rolling stock for BGS Rail
  • Air India back on Mumbai-JFK route
  • New Turkey sales rep for Champ Cargosystems
  • Medport tables action plan 2019
  • AIT Worldwide acquires Connexion World Cargo
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Bigger hoppers boost grain transport capacity
  • Kannur airport opening this weekend

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The Loadstarweb site
DECEMBER 6, 2018
  • DP World completes Unifeeder acquisition after EU competition green light
  • AIT Worldwide realises UK ambitions with purchase of freight forwarder ConneXion
  • Shippers claim carriers' 2020 fuel surcharges are too costly and too early
  • E-commerce revenue up, but traditional services bring Clipper more profit
  • Local knowledge the key to successful final-mile delivery, says DHL
  • Reduce empty container movements and go greener the digital way
  • An automotive apocalypse is nigh...
  • How one Suffolk logistics firm prepares for Brexit
  • Cool chain firms can boost margins and reduce waste using the Internet of Things
  • Supply chain radar: should UPS & FedEx vs Amazon Air bother air freight executives?
  • Under the radar: the times they are a-changin' for Clipper Logistics

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Marine Logweb site
DECEMBER 6, 2018
  • Study raises concerns about Panama Canal tugboat captain fatigue
  • Gladding-Hearn delivers new Southwest Alaska pilot boat
  • BAE Systems San Diego shipyard wins $78.8 million Navy contract
  • Shoreside facility will allow safe testing of LNG fuel systems
  • Austal to build 94 m AutoExpress for Trinidad and Tobago
  • MOU aims to position UAE as major LNG bunkering hub
  • Crowley adds 400 new reefer containers to its fleet
  • Hyundai Mipo Dockyard wins order for 30,000 cu.m LNG carrier
  • ClassNK Consulting partners with Carbon Trust

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Lloyd's Listweb site
DECEMBER 6, 2018
  • Owners and yards welcome EU-South Korea subsidy talks
    The EU had previously notified it the World Trade Organisation that it wants to join Japan in consultations on South...
  • LNG trio plot new 'Cool Company' fleet of 16 vessels
    Buoyant spot market spurs plans by Golar, Awilco and TMS joint venture to launch 16-ship LNG carrier play in the...
  • Eastern Pacific Shipping wins green loan for srubbers on 16 ships
    The company has plans to install scrubbers in 15 bulk carriers and one container vessel
  • Contships eyes further expansion of feeder fleet
    Greek owner has steadily acquired boxships in its first three years but negotiations with a German bank for another four...
  • Chancellor claims Dover port needs years to be ready for no-deal Brexit
    The port has warned about the consequences of a no-deal Brexit, but it is sure it can service customers even...
  • Höegh LNG charters out its largest FSRU
    The Hyundai Heavy Industries 170,000 cu m newbuild will be chartered out to Naturgy for 15 months before entering a...
  • MSC recommits to IMO targets as Maersk raises emissions bar
    MSC says it is important that the whole industry stays focused on the IMO goals, which already require a major...
  • Shangdong Shipping restructures amid spin-off talks
    Market sources say the announcement follows a failed attempt by the government-owned shipowner last year to launch an initial public...
  • Communications duo in shipping tie-up
    Marine electronics experts link up for enhanced service co-operation
  • HHLA paves way for Hamburg hyperloop
    A new joint venture company has been created to facilitate the hyperloop project, split 50/50 between HHLA and HTT, known...
  • Guangzhou to give cash handouts to low-sulphur ships
    State subsidy scheme, which is still under government review, is expected to start from January 1, 2019 and last for...
  • Green groups target US west coast coal exports
    Terminals planned for Oakland, California and Longview, Washington
  • ONE joins rivals' bunker surcharge strategy
    ONE has identified adopting low-sulphur compliant hybrid oil as the 'most realistic and cost-efficient short-term solution available'
  • Lloyd's List Outlook 2019: LNG
    The global appetite for liquefied natural gas is rising as new demand hot spots for the clean-burning fuel are developing
  • Viewpoint: The big picture
    Developing a long-term maritime strategy has evaded the US and UK for decades, but Japan has provided an object lesson...
  • Daily Briefing
    Maersk throws down the gauntlet on emissions | Lloyd's List Outlook 2019: Product tankers | Transpacific trade truce could prompt...
  • Regulators steer clear of national bunker licensing schemes
    Bunker supply chain security may top the industry agenda, but it seems to have fallen through a jurisdictional crack at...
  • Top 10 in ship finance 2018
    As part of our 2018 Top 100 most influential people in shipping series, we look at the very best in ship...
  • Xie appointed as CMES new chairman
    Capt Xie earned his stripes by starting as a seafarer and later moving to shore positions

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
DECEMBER 6, 2018
  • CN eyes Halifax terminal stake to deepen reach
  • Market share-hunting HMM hints at 2M renewal talks
  • Multimillion funding gap blocks Baltimore from double-stack rail
  • Volgo-Baltic delivers huge project cargo to Siberia refinery
  • Adani Ennore Terminal gains ground with Maersk call
  • Smart contracts for shipping offer shortcut to blockchain adoption

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TradeWindsweb site
DECEMBER 6, 2018
  • NYK Line, TMS Cardiff Gas and BW LNG ink LNG carrier orders
    Established players among those securing berths, with more to come before end of year
  • Seafarer unions warn tired tugboat captains could crash in Panama Canal
    Tug captains can work 12 hours-plus without a break, guiding neo-panamax ships through the locks, they say
  • List of European Union approved recycling yards confirmed
    Turkey and US included among 26 facilities published in EU's official journal
  • Tanker industry holds breath as Opec delays output decision
    Opec is expected to announce a final deal on supply cut after discussing with some Russia-led producers on Friday.
  • Is bigger always better when you are on a ship that feels like a city?
    The sheer scale of the world's largest cruiseship raises questions about whether you can have too much of a good thing
  • Low rates and capital costs rule out prospect of reefer newbuilding orders
    Bunkers and cost of installing scrubbers critical issues for shipowners
  • MSFL buys ship for anonymous owner
  • Asian interest picks up as Baltic's escrow service begins to take off
    Membership growth has been substantial since SGX takeover, says Asia-Pacific head
  • Scrubbers help oil industry dispose of high-sulphur fuel
    Exhaust gas cleaning is a useful bridging technology until refiners invest to crack high-sulphur residues, says Andrew Mawicke of international energy brokerage Amerex Petroleum in Singapore
  • GIEK joins forces with KfW on Quantum Pacific scrubber loan
    Norwegian export credit agency issues guarantee for Idan Ofer's $72m agreement and says it is the first of many potential scrubber deals
  • Reefers' demise overstated but share of market on the slide
    Laskaridis Shipping-led Alpha Reefer Transport pool still profitable despite containerships tightening grip
  • Pool ships still earning above opex despite box challenge
  • Green groups praise Maersk's carbon-neutral plan by 2030
  • Sudan nets two bids for FSRU project
  • Petronas reveals moves to break into regas sector
  • Qatar eyes up huge engine retrofit job for its Q-ship fleet
    Nakilat considers taking gas-fuelling route for 44 LNG carriers
  • LNG carrier orders surge as three owners ink slots
    NYK Line, TMS Cardiff Gas and BW LNG among those securing berths, with more to come before end of year
  • Indonesian trio boost fleets as Coeclerici exits transshipment
    Italian company sells last seven self-unloading vessels, but management kept on with plans to expand
  • Rebranded DTA Ship Agency expands geographically with plans to boost its workboats
    Singapore has become the latest focus for DTA's ship agency, technical services and offshore arm
  • Intercargo boss makes stark warning on scrapping capacity
  • Paris MOU could backtrack over withholding access to bulk data
    Hague-based organisation says it is ready to consider making exceptions to a decision to withdraw third-party access to its inspection information
  • Japan P&I reforms Leap Forward as it looks to growth
    Head of Tokyo-based mutual says he is ready to take on more investment risk to expand its business
  • Lifeboat makes its first journey for half a century
  • Cheng buys bulker for $7.9m and scraps it for $9.3m
  • Diamantidis adds suezmax resale to Delta Tankers fleet
    Expanding Greek company acquires once abandoned newbuilding at far below its current market value
  • Secondhand product tanker market attracts investor interest
    Modern MR tonnage proves most popular, but larger ships may have more S&P upside
  • Ciner signs $254m Koch suezmax deal with HHI
    Turkish owner makes good on plan to diversify with four-ship order
  • Tomini takes bulker profits
    Dubai-based company shows itself to be a shrewd asset player as it locks in profits on two supramaxes
  • Atlantic Bulk Carriers reveals a third ultramax on order at Imabari
    Coumantaros family company ups orderbook in Japan
  • Arne Fredly tops up holding in Hunter Group
  • Mehrotra targets fleet of 10 VLCCs and two LNG carriers
    FSRUs also on the menu as owner's Foresight Group plots $500m investment.
  • Mehrotra targets fleet of 10 VLCCs, two LNGCs
    FSRUs also on the menu as owner's Foresight Group plots $500m investment.
  • Product tanker earnings hit multi-year highs
    Daily rates of MRs and LRs are buoyant across the globe on strong cargo flows and spill-over effects from a strong crude.
  • Great Eastern lines up $50m scrubber, BWTS spend
  • First Ship Lease lines up LR2 tanker pair at Cosco yard
    Move continues resurgence under ownership of Greek shipowner Stathis Topouzoglou.
  • Caspian Shipping lines up AHTS, crane vessel orders
    Azerbaijan owner continues fleet expansion plan with imminent Baku Shipyard deal.
  • Navig8 founders learn: Who shares wins
    The knowledge economy is transforming the way Navig8 does business. Instead of hoarding information in the hope of squeezing out that last extra buck, the key is transparency and honesty with clients, Gary Brocklesby and Nicolas Busch tell TW+
  • Varouxakis can be sued in piracy contempt of court row
    UK judge rules underwriter free to pursue Greek owner for $1.6m unaccounted for after hijacked bulker flouted orders to deliver cargo after release.
  • Ferry crash master thought he was facing the other way
    Red Funnel captain disorientated in thick fog, report finds.
  • Nordea commits to shipping and offshore in changing world
    Casper von Koskull says lender looking to stay in sectors for the next century.
  • Tidewater PSV crew safe after pirate attack
  • Total disaster: Ireland's worst modern maritime accident
    TW+ looks back at the Betelgeuse explosion, as the 40th anniversary of the tragedy looms. Photography: Ian Vickery Sr
  • Yard boss sorry for 'negative Merseyside stereotypes' jibe
  • Golden Energy buying OSV owner GEOM
    Norwegian company follows vessel purchases with deal for compatriot company.
  • Shandong Shipping mum on 'asset reorganisation'
    One of China's biggest shipowners has frozen trading in its stock amid recent talk of big transactions.
  • Zvezda to import aframax parts from Korea
    New Russian shipyard needs foreign components for new tanker.
  • MHI to compensate families of WWII forced labour victims
  • Hyundai Mipo bags Knutsen LNG newbuilding double
    South Korean shipyard to build small-scale gas carrier for delivery by 2021.
  • Turkey's Densan said to be shedding its last bulkers
    Akcal family company believed to be selling supramax pair to Greek interests
  • ONE unveils IMO 2020 bunker surcharge strategy
    Japanese boxship giant expects to start using low sulphur fuels towards the end of 2019.
  • Adnoc teams with Inpex in LNG bunkering alliance
    Companies initially plan to target UAE market, but with eye on Southeast Asia as well.

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American Shipperweb site
DECEMBER 6, 2018
  • President enacts bill that revises Shipping Act
    The new law includes provisions aimed at protecting suppliers such as U.S. marine terminal operators, tug boat operates and bunkering companies.
  • Huawei CFO accused of violating Iran sanctions
    Meng Wanzhou, who was arrested Saturday in Canada, is expected to be extradited to the U.S. to face charges.
  • A.T. Kearney: U.S.-China trade war will intensify
    Consultants foresee increased economic links between Russia and China.
  • BDP International partners with Greenbriar Equity Group
    Richard J. Bolte Jr. will remain CEO of the Philadelphia-based global logistics and transportation services company.
  • CBP planning blockchain tests for trade compliance
    The agency received positive feedback from a recent use case examining NAFTA/CAFTA certificates of origin, a CBP official said Wednesday.
  • Oakland scrap paper shipments finding new markets
  • Executive Moves: Logistics salute, Atlas Air Worldwide

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
DECEMBER 6, 2018
  • Record-high exports take US crude stocks lower, snapping 10 weeks of builds
    US crude supply contracted last week, snapping 10-consectutive weeks of gains as crude exports soared to all-time highs.
  • Maduro inks deal with Russia to boost Venezuela oil output 1 million b/d
    Russia will invest $5 billion to raise Venezuela's oil production by 1 million b/d under a new economic agreement, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said Thursday.
  • Oil complex pares declines after US inventory draw
    Crude prices moved up from early-session lows following a bullish US inventory draw Thursday, but still closed lower day on day.
  • OPEC ministers not yet decided on production cut figure: Falih
    OPEC still has unfinished business in negotiating a production accord
  • Kuwait set to miss 2020 output capacity target
    Kuwaiti plans to boost its oil production capacity by 2020 may not be achieved until 2022
  • NWE fuel oil hi-lo hits one-year low on counter-seasonal bullish HSFO
    The European balance of the month hi-lo fuel oil spread has continued its bearish trend, reaching over a one-year low
  • ARA fuel oil stocks rise 18% as arb east finally closes: PJK
    Fuel oil stocks in the Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp hub rose 18% or 167,000 mt in the seven days to Wednesday
  • Iraqi oil minister holds talks with Total, Lukoil on Nassiriya refinery project
    Iraq resumed negotiations with international oil companies on the proposed 150,000 b/d Nassiriya refinery
  • Iran unveils budget with expectations of 1.5 million b/d crude sales at $54/b
    Iranian government on Thursday proposed a budget for the next Iranian year that begins March 21 based on crude sales
  • Open interest for front-month Dec ICE middle distillates contracts gained 6% in Nov
    Some traders said that the rise was a natural reaction to the ongoing volatility in the physical markets.
  • FUTURES: Crude lower on rising output survey ahead of OPEC meet
    A huge bear movement in global oil benchmarks has dampened market confidence in oil prices, an analyst said.
  • D'Amico signs MR sale/leaseback with 'Japanese company' for $27 million
    This deal will generate net cash proceeds of $8.6 million after the repayment of the existing bank loan.

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