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07 December 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 02:27 GMT+1




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Sched Netweb site
OCTOBER 22, 2018
  • Asia-Europe rate drops 0.5pc US$727/TEU, rises 3.4pc to USWC
  • China's GDP growth slows below forecasts to 6.5pc in third quarter
  • Trade war makes life hard for China's machine, electronics exporters
  • South Carolina ports post 7.5pc gain since July to 580,361 TEU
  • Antwerp volume up 6.8pc to 8.33 million TEU from January to September
  • China's Ministry of Commerce expresses will to have trade ties with US
  • APMT invests in West African ports, but steers clear of congested Lagos
  • Don't look to Northern Sea Route to replace Suez any time soon: Maersk
  • B&H Worldwide opens roads in Europe and offices in Frankfurt, Prague
  • Geodis' hackathon' to tests skills of AI, IT, data analytics experts
  • Baku-Tianjin freighter link established by Silk Way West Airlines
  • Ethiopian launches Oslo-Guangzhou seafood express freighter service
  • Boeing sees doubling of freighter demand as e-commerce skyrockets

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Exim Indiaweb site
OCTOBER 21, 2018
  • Allcargo Logistics elevates S. Suryanarayanan as Group Chief Strategy & Financial Officer & Jatin Chokshi as Chief Investment Officer
  • Escrow Services for Baltic Members now live
  • Implementation of Ghana CTN policy
  • MOL's newbuilt LNG carrier delivered
  • Multitudinous genre of ADRs
  • Notification of Malaysia's new documentation regulation for import & t/s shipments
  • Shipping companies urged to take note of new lease accounting standard
  • Tehama Shipping Services deploys own tonnage in India
  • India imposes anti-dumping duty on certain varieties of Chinese steel for five years
  • Port of Wilhelmshaven offers a strong value proposition
  • V. O. Chidambaranar Port bags National Award for excellence in Cost Management
  • China reports slowest economic growth in a decade

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International Transport Journalweb site
OCTOBER 22, 2018
  • Tracks across the Taiga
  • Lithuanian logistician awarded highest TAPA certificate
  • ERP specialist appoints marketing manager
  • Autonomous electric vehicles for the future
  • New trackers installed on pallets
  • Innovative discharge for AAL in Australia
  • First LM-100J commercial freighter operator named
  • Expansion to Sheffield
  • Two new Rhenus locations
  • Ukrainian sea ports extend dredging fleet capacities
  • CSX sets record in Q3
  • Jota set to launch freighter operations
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Izmir facility soon to be called Petlim container terminal
  • Opel and Vauxhall continue to bank on Gefco
  • US short line railroad honoured
  • New leadership in the wings for Samskip
  • Turkish Cargo chooses Champ solution

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IHS Maritimeweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2018
  • US to back IMO 2020 "experience building" rollout
  • Mixed messages for shipping at House of Lords Brexit hearing
  • Brittany Ferries boss warns of potential Brexit damage to France
  • Giuseppe Bottiglieri shoots down tanker fleet-sale rumours
  • Direct shipments tipped to herald the decline of mega box ships
  • China LNG Group, DNV GL join forces to develop LNG business in China
  • Hybrid wind-powered ship designs set decarbonisation pace
  • Singapore taps AI for upcoming Tuas mega port
  • Seoul finance watchdog: Newbuildings recovery may be a blip
  • Hyundai Global Service wins scrubber orders for more than 70 vessels
  • Shell's Grahaeme Henderson wins Safety at Sea lifetime achievement award

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The Loadstarweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2018
  • Can Flexport keep advancing as the US-China trade war rages overhead?
  • Carrier efforts to stabilise Asia-Europe capacity keep spot rates steady
  • FedEx expands its Australian footprint with takeover of Manton Air-Sea
  • An Internet of Logistics could make it easier to share supply chain data
  • Market Insight: CEVA convinced it is on the right course, but DSV may call back
  • Yamato to team up with Bell to produce a 'flying truck'
  • UK plastics recycling under investigation for fraud and corruption
  • AIT Worldwide Logistics acquires WorldFresh Express

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Marine Logweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2018
  • Austal USA awarded $57.8 million EPF long lead materials contract
  • AT/B specialist OT&BE joins Hyperion Marine Engineering Group
  • Donjon Marine again awarded prestigious Navy salvage contract
  • Master fell asleep on bridge, vessel grounded
  • Stena RoPax completes first month of operation as battery hybrid
  • Zinke announces three major U.S. offshore wind developments

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Lloyd's Listweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2018
  • The Interview: Alexander Panagopulos
    Innovation is in shipping veteran's genes, with his latest project developing vessels that make LNG credible as a fuel for...
  • The Lloyd's List Podcast: What's shaping shipping's political agenda and how to plug the finance gap
    Listen to the latest edition of Lloyd's List's weekly podcast - your weekly briefing on the stories shaping shipping in...
  • Survey finds legislation must keep up with technology
    Survey of 10 countries found that most have some form of legislation covering electronic contracts
  • Four questions for MEPC 73
    Next week's environmental negotiations by the International Maritime Organization should make significant progress on the 2020 sulphur cap but not...
  • IMO agrees emissions measures, but balks at 2023 target
    IMO negotiators agree on how to develop short term GHG emissions measures but have refrained from explicitly committing to reduction...
  • Cargill aims to charter 25 clean tankers by 2020
    Cargill, which is most closely associated with grains and other dry bulk commodities, is pursuing a build-up in tanker operations
  • Daily Briefing
    Don't compromise safety for sake of formal compliance, Greeks warn IMO | BIMCO president blasts ill-judged regulations | Yard Talk:...
  • Sinotrans Shipping takes more time to flesh out delisting plans
    The company's shares have halted trading since September 18
  • Keppel replenishes orderbook with LNG projects as contracts start to come in
    The orderbook is also recovering, with value of year-to-date new contracts already surpassing the total amount for 2017
  • The path to shipping's digital era will be taken with baby steps
    Though the technology is available, implementation will be piecemeal, with regulation to follow

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2018
  • Hurricane Michael flattens US spot truck rates, but rebound expected
  • Agreement cements future of NY-NJ's Red Hook terminal till 2021
  • Infographic: A chaotic trans-Pacific peak season
  • Canada's ELD rule to tighten truck capacity next year
  • Samskip launches Amsterdam-Italy rail service
  • Amid breakbulk recovery, low-sulfur concerns rise
  • Asian carriers ready capacity for tariff-driven US import surge

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TradeWindsweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2018
  • Teekay Offshore fixes FPSO to Alpha's Cheviot field
    Alpha Petroleum Resources enters into seven-year contract for full life of North Sea drilling project.
  • Equity lost, equity found during Capital Link forum
    It has been a long time since shipping held leverage with investors in the US capital markets, and last week's Capital Link New York Maritime Forum was in many ways a reminder of that sad fact. Leasing companies might be thriving, alternative capital providers busy, Norwegian bond and equity markets open for the right owners. Scorpio answers 'silly' deal critics Eagle eyes 'majority' of 18-scru
  • UOS and Hartmann merger completed
    The combined Germany-based entity will manage 13 AHTS units.
  • Dof Subsea to consider bond issue
    Norwegian OSV owner plans to hold series of investors meetings to look at refinancing Subsea 7 segment through debt.
  • Donald Trump targets delay to IMO 2020 implementation
    Administration is concerned about how new rules would push up fuel prices for US consumers.
  • Braemar ACM brings in two capesize brokers from SSY
    Brokerage adds to Singapore team to continue growth of its bulker division.
  • DZ closes on piecemeal DVB sale - but shipping remains on shelf
    German bank has given up on finding single buyer for transport finance division.
  • EMGS homes in on data work for Atlantic Guardian
    Owner mobilising vessel for work in South America.
  • Comec takes loss-making Wenchong Dockyard from parent
    In an intra-group deal, Comec agrees to pay CNY 498.3m for the facility adjacent to Guangzhou Shipyard International's Nansha plant.
  • Three crew killed by toxic fumes on cargoship
    Seven more seafarers taken to hospital after incident on Nezmehr off Azerbaijan.
  • Hartmann: no boxship deal yet
    German owner says it is in talks over sale of quartet, but nothing has been signed.
  • Gearbulk waits on future of open hatch veterans
    Gearbulk has not decided what to do with its 1980s built vessels, executives say. TradeWinds reports today that competitor Masterbulk has sold its last open hatch ships built before 1990. Masterbulk sells final two 1980s-built bulkers for recycling in Alang The 43,000-dwt Geiranger and Grindanger (both built 1986) have gone for guaranteed green recycling to India. Gearbulk's oldest ships ar
  • Four hurt as boxship and ferry collide
    Roof torn off Fast Cat M11 in clash with OCL vessel off Philippines.
  • Fesco vessel wins Antarctic supply deal
    Icebreaker Vasiliy Golovnin set for three-month voyage to Indian research stations.
  • Pedersen: low discovery rate to boost seismic market
    PGS CEO says sector will also be bolstered by higher oil price.
  • Scrubber investment helps spur DHT upgrade at JP Morgan
    Higher rating comes despite bank expecting only a modest recovery in big tanker market.
  • NWS turns around first-half loss
    Rising revenue boosts Russian cargoship company's earnings.
  • Pantheon Tankers tipped to have sold veteran VLCC
    Pantheon Tankers of Greece is said to have sold its oldest VLCC in a transaction which brokers believe provides a strong indicator for asset values. Market sources indicate the company has sold the 305,700-dwt Astro Chorus (built 2001). A price in the region of $21.5m is being suggested for the DSME-built tanker, which was first flagged as a sales candidate this summer. Pantheon moves to VLCCs
  • Aponte gets behind MSC's live container tracking
    CEO says TRAXENS partnership is future of the shipping industry.
  • Jeff Bezos company confirms Stena ro-ro swoop
    Stena Freighter reaches Florida as it prepares for rocket-launching role.
  • Woodside aims for Browse FID in 2020
    Giant gas resource off northwestern Australia slowly moving towards realization.
  • Sinotrans Shipping privatisation plans delayed
    Shipowner says more time is required to complete takeover document and secure court approval.

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American Shipperweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2018
  • BlueWater Reporting takes deep dive into ZIM
  • Outlook rosy for USMCA's prospects in Congress
  • WSC: Low-sulfur fuel rule delay will 'penalize' carriers
  • Rolls-Royce and Intel collaborating on intelligent ships
  • Port of Rotterdam partnering on blockchain pilot
  • Ryder Last Mile expands reach
  • U.S. Codex Office finalizing strategic plan
  • Executive Moves: AAPA, Oakland and South Carolina
  • JD.com enters parcel delivery business

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2018
  • Oil firms as US equities open higher
  • New Iraq National Oil Company to oversee all federal upstream operations
  • European fuel oil hi-lo contracts slide on US push-back on IMO sulfur cap
    Trump admin discussed delaying the rollout of the IMO regulations past Jan 2020.
  • International Maritime Organization rolls out ship and port toolkits to tackle maritime emissions
    The ship and port emissions toolkits have been developed under the GEF-UNDP-IMO Global Maritime Energy Efficiency Partnerships Project.
  • FEATURE: Bomin's exit from Singapore bunkers seen positive for other traders
    The volume will trickle back into the trading chain, a supplier and trader said.
  • Singapore HSFO swap cracks at near 15-month high on tight supply, volatile crude
    Traders have given up storage tanks due to high costs, which led to lower stocks, trade sources said.
  • Arkas Bunkering, Sumitomo Corporation sign LNG bunker agreement
    The companies aim to transform Turkey and East Mediterranean to a prominent LNG bunker products supply center.




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