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Sched Netweb site
OCTOBER 24, 2018
  • 20,119-TEU Cosco Shipping Sagittarius named - 9th of 9-ship series
  • Rotterdam study says just-in-time arrivals can result in big savings
  • Savannah containers up 12pc to 364,090 TEU as ro-ro rises 37.6pc
  • Brent oil hits $80.26 as Iran sanctions loom, giving shipping fuel jitters
  • Danish Shipping lobby seeks standardised data requirements at EU ports
  • Liverpool docks Cosco 868-TEUer, deeming it vital to port development
  • Wallem takes charge of first pure car & truck carrier under Japanese flag
  • INTTRA's network expands with the link up of Taiwan's Wan Hai Lines
  • EPA and CARB targets Volvo trucks for breaking US air pollution law
  • Drewry creates low sulphur cost-impact calculator ahead of IMO rule
  • LATAM opens in London, offers Europe, and touts Brazil as pharma base
  • UK's Chapman Freeborn expands presence in Canada with GTA partnership
  • CORE enhances cargo tracking, boosts security and performance

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Exim Indiaweb site
OCTOBER 23, 2018
  • INTERCARGO meet discusses dry bulk sector & the critical challenges that lie ahead
  • Maersk begins port operations at Ennore, Tamil Nadu
  • Trends in the maritime transport landscape
  • Capesize vessel calls at Kolkata Port Anchorage
  • Logistics industry projected to be worth $ 215 billion by 2020-21: Report
  • NTC Logistics successfully moves heavy lift consignment from VOC Port
  • Procedure to be followed in cases of manufacturing or other operations undertaken in bonded warehouses under Section 65 of the Customs Act
  • Sanjvik Terminals' ICD/PFT Bawal on the growth path
  • India & Uzbekistan to start work on preferential trade agreement

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International Transport Journalweb site
OCTOBER 24, 2018
  • Keeping Libyan goods in the air
  • Overnight deliveries to cost more
  • Plum blossom and carbon fibre
  • XPO logistics platform for gardening retailer
  • Expanded last mile transport service for energy branch
  • Good prospects for Britannia in 2019/2020
  • Bowing out of the port of Rotterdam
  • Growing shipping investments by MPCC
  • Express train to carry Russian food to China
  • New majority shareholder for Quickmail
  • Full integration of Etihad Cargo management platform
  • Schoass for e-freight
  • Logistics "leg-up" for Australia's southernmost airport
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • First positive balance for Geodis' new rail-road service
  • Taking the multimodal way to Chile
  • Inttra takeover by E2open: End of evolutionary path
  • South Carolina Ports to welcome new CEO

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IHS Maritimeweb site
OCTOBER 23, 2018
  • Box trades flagging, tonnage struggling
  • Gunvor goes for two more LR2 tankers at Daehan
  • HMM latest liner operator to add fuel surcharge
  • Minerva Marine behind LNG carrier order at Samsung HI
  • Martin Brown leaves Ince & Co for Stephenson Harwood
  • Container ships head to Bangladesh as Indian rupee slides
  • JP Morgan buys MSC-chartered box ship and flips two Capesizes

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The Loadstarweb site
OCTOBER 23, 2018
  • Forwarders must act smarter to prevent peak cargo congestion, says Heathrow
  • MPC eyes expansion into wider markets with purchase of bigger box ships
  • Market uncertainty impacts DP World volumes, but 'we stay on track'
  • Pessimism in the air as the IMO pushes for reduced greenhouse gas emissions
  • Analysis: this week, an interims spectacular, starring UPS, Panalpina and DSV
  • Boeing predicts need for 3,260 freighters by 2037
  • Air cargo innovator Saskia van Pelt quits Schiphol

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Marine Logweb site
OCTOBER 23, 2018
  • Furuno-equipped VIMS research vessel now at its home berth
  • Scrubbers boost Wärtsilä order intake
  • VIDEO: Saab and Damen to develop Expeditionary Submarine
  • WinGD establishes Engineering Center in Shanghai
  • Colonna's wins $7.9 million USNS Spearhead contract
  • MAN launches electrical turboblower for EGR systems

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Lloyd's Listweb site
OCTOBER 23, 2018
  • Support for experience building phase to sulphur regulation roll out grows at IMO
    Debate over the future of the sulphur cap continues to dominate proceedings inside the IMO this week, but support is...
  • Brussels clears CMA CGM's Containerships deal
    Commission find no competition concerns in French carrier's acquisition of Finnish shortsea operator
  • IMO pushes ahead with 2020 fuel carriage ban
    The Marine Environment Protection Committee has green-lighted the ban and final adoption is expected to come on Friday
  • Seafarers are still waiting to get cyber security training
    Seafarer unions, class, technology vendors and shipmanagers all highlight that seafarers need more cyber security training
  • Trade spats not such a disaster for shipping
    Shipping needs its opportunists to think short-term, act swiftly, take risks. For them, the uncertainty of trade spats are what...
  • Winterthur Gas & Diesel setting up new Shanghai engineering centre with CSSC unit
    The Swiss company is setting up a new engineering centre in partnership with China Shipbuilding Power Engineering Institute, a unit...
  • Lloyd's List Global Shipping Awards: Congratulations to the finalists
    Winners of this year's Lloyd's List Global Shipping Awards will be revealed on December 11 at the Hilton in London
  • Bulker damaged after hitting bridge in Japan
    The vessel's crane and mast appear to have been damaged, according to Lloyd's List Intelligence
  • Box carriers 'held back by manual and analogue processes'
    Carriers are trapped in a 'prisoner's dilemma' of needing to compete with rival's ship orders instead of investing in services
  • Union declares container terminal a 'Port of Convenience'
    MUA claims increased working hours could lead to injuries and plans to put pressure on Philippines-based operator to improve conditions
  • Ichthys ships first LNG cargo to Japan
    Arctic Securities says the shipment bodes will for LNG shipping because growth in liquefaction capacity will be a key driver for...
  • Multiport celebrates 40 years of agency service
    Multiport, the not-for-profit ship agency network, held its AGM in London earlier month, alongside its 40th anniversary celebrations. Ivan Vallejo was...
  • Daily Briefing
    US will back experience-building phase after 2020 | IMO agrees greenhouse gas strategy to 2023 | IMO needs to prove...
  • Wärtsilä driven by equipment sales in third quarter as scrubber demand rises
    Current order book for 2018 made up mainly of equipment deliveries
  • Overstaying cargo also a risk, Clyde & Co warns squabbling traders
    Detention and demurrage charges can quickly add up and the situation could be exacerbated in the case of lower value...
  • China opens world's longest sea bridge
    Bridge is expected to provide an alternative to the current barging services that connect Hong Kong's port with the Pearl...
  • BW Group clinches new charter deals for two LNG newbuilds
    Both the LNG newbuild vessels are scheduled for delivery between 2019 and 2020
  • Shortage of LNG vessels creates uncertainty for natural gas markets, says IEA
    LNG shipping demand is forecast to overtake supply in 2023, unless new orders are placed in coming months

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
OCTOBER 23, 2018
  • Inland Distribution Conference 2018: News and analysis
  • Slideshow: Top US steel ports weather tariffs
  • US truck, intermodal rates hitting peaks before deceleration
  • Air cargo rates to edge up through 2019
  • US truck driver solo offer of $80k underscores persistent scarcity
  • US West Coast gets creative to handle mega-ship pressure

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TradeWindsweb site
OCTOBER 23, 2018
  • UK maritime officials visit to talk post-Brexit trade
    Delegation comes to New York to look at a possible free trade agreement between island nation and United States.
  • Primera affiliate asks to throw out d'Amico lawsuit
    Nikka Finance files motion after judge denies d'Amico Dry's repeated requests for papers proving ownership of a drybulk carrier.
  • Top Ships hit by new SEC queries
    Greek owner says it is cooperating with two fresh subpoenas as US continues probe into Kalani Investments stock sales.
  • Bugbee turns to baseball for tanker investment pitch
    Scorpio president throws out new explanation for Scorpio Bulkers' purchase of stock in sibling.
  • Diana Shipping extends post-panamax charter
    Simeon Palios-led bulker owner expects to earn $4.4m on prolonging charter with German commodities player.
  • Hoegh LNG's latest FSRU charterer unmasked
    Trading house Gunvor has been named as the charterer of Hoegh LNG's floating storage and regasification unit Hoegh Gallant (built 2014). A spokesman for Hoegh confirmed to TradeWinds that the FSRU has been chartered to Clearlake Shipping, a subsidiary of the Swiss-based trader. A rate has yet to emerge and it is unclear as to whether Gunvor intends to use the FSRU as a trading vessel or make use
  • EU clears CMA CGM's Containerships takeover
    Commission approves French line's deal for Finnish short-sea operator.
  • MPC Capital snaps up $42m boxship trio
    German investor adds three vessels on behalf of international investor; shipping assets hit $2.6bn.
  • P&O ship dumped waste water in Great Barrier Reef
    Australian senate hears 27,000 litres discharged in protected park.
  • Uljanik: bankruptcy not an option
    Yard CEO says liquidation inevitable if restructuring or strategic investment fails.
  • Master, officer suspended after ro-pax grounding
    Red Funnel removes bridge team after UK collision with yachts.
  • Formosa Plastics drip feeds another LR1 to S&P market
    Formosa Plastics Marine Corp (FPMC) has put another LR1 product tanker on the sales block after selling two vessels in the same class less than a month ago. The Taiwanese shipowner - a shipping arm of Formosa Plastics Group - is inviting bids from interested buyers to be submitted for the 74,800-dwt FPMC P Glory (built 2009) by the end of this month, brokers said. "Several buyers will offer by t
  • Interocean buys sixth post-panamax bulker
    Argentine shipowner Interocean has bought its sixth post-panamax vessel in just over three years as it continues to expand its bulker fleet. US brokers said the 93,000-dwt Scotian Express (built 2011) has been purchased from Dutch owner Vroon for $16.7m. Neither company responded to requests for comment. Another pair of former Conti bulkers hits the buffers Private equity-backed Interocean has
  • Gotland buys first bulker for conversion into tanker
    Swedish owner also sells three tankers and four OSVs, while adding two MRs, in deals with d'Amico, Team Tankers and Wisby.
  • Polarcus fleet fully booked in fourth quarter
    Middle East owner adds South East Asian seismic survey contract.
  • Swire teams with Bolero for Cargill trades
    Owner carries out first grain shipment using electronic bills of lading.
  • Hunter Group 'increasingly attractive' M&A target
    Carnegie's call comes as it raises short-term VLCC rate forecasts.
  • HMM selling $878m of bonds
    Expanding Korean owner's state backer KDB buying big debt issue.
  • Captain Moll takes the helm at MAIB
    UK appoints new chief inspector of marine accidents.
  • Swedbank's impairments drop to $13m
    Third quarter also sees profit rise for Swedish shipping lender.
  • Pacific Drilling unit finds work in Nigeria
    Idan Ofer's Pacific Drilling has found work for one of its idle units. Nigerian Agip Exploration has chartered the Pacific Bora for one firm well with two options, beginning next month, a statement said. Idan Ofer strikes key deal with Pacific Drilling bondholders Paul Reese, chief executive of Pacific Drilling, said the deal follows fresh employment for the Pacific Santa Ana in Mauritania and
  • Britannia boss explains mutual's decision to freeze 2019 premiums
    Andrew Cutler says cash-rich clubs cannot yet justify a rise in rates despite negative market trends
  • Scrubbers and lending are focus of debate in Greece
    The debate about scrubbers and upcoming environmental rules dominated much of the discussion at the latest Marine Money event in Greece, as is often the case at shipping-themed events these days. Powerful and influential players such as Theodore Veniamis, head of the Union of Greek Shipowners, aired their views on the matter in front of about 400 delegates gathered at the Hilton hotel in central
  • Tufton Oceanic Assets takes full control of LPG carrier
    London-listed shipowner quick to set fresh round of capital to work.
  • Global Marine's 29-ship fleet up for sale
    New York group examining strategic alternatives for OSV player.
  • Solstad seeks more cash as winter looms
    OSV giant starts talks with lenders to boost liquidity ahead of "challenging" period.
  • Wartsila: 2019 scrubber deliveries nearly sold out
    Marine chief Roger Holm says situation is now "extremely urgent" for owners.
  • Indian captain shortlisted for IMRF Hero award
    VIDEO: Siddarth Sharma's vessel helped rescue two French fishermen adrift for three days.
  • Blue Ocean Maritime postpones London IPO
    Hedge fund-backed ship finance vehicle says it intends to proceed with listing, but at a later date.
  • Vroon opts for Thai flag for anchor handler
    Dutch owner switches modern vessel currently working in Gulf of Thailand to local register.
  • European shipowners welcome EU-Singapore FTA
    Call for quick ratification of treaty before the end of European Commission's current mandate in 2019.

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American Shipperweb site
OCTOBER 23, 2018
  • ShaleTech formed to expand energy sector offerings
  • Crowley christens LNG-powered El Coqui
  • Oakland's TraPac terminal open at night for truckers
  • U.S., Argentina hold second trade council meeting
  • E2open acquires INTTRA to streamline information flow
  • IMO helping countries reduce ship, port emissions
  • GlobalTranz's growth remains in high gear
  • Commerce taking hard look at softwood subsidies
  • Cold chain rules OK'd for U.S., Philippines trade

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
OCTOBER 23, 2018
  • Crude retreats to late-summer levels as Saudis promise to pump more oil
    Crude futures fell back to August levels on Tuesday after bearish supply comments from Saudi Arabia added fuel to a broad market selloff.
  • Alberta premier asks feds to buy rail cars to move oil amid steep WCS discount
    Alberta Premier Rachel Notley on Monday urged the Canadian federal government to buy rail cars to move oil to the markets and help producers weather a "punishing" discount for Western Canadian Select crude.
  • MMEX to start Permian refinery construction before end of the year
    MMEX plans to start construction on the first phase of its Fort Stockton, Texas, refinery before the end of the year.
  • Saudi Aramco inks $34 billion in energy deals
    Saudi Aramco has signed strategic and commercial deals worth more than $34 billion in the oil, gas, chemicals and metals sectors.
  • ExxonMobil launches new cylinder oil ahead of IMO 2020 rule
    The new cylinder oil complements low sulfur bunker fuels ahead of IMO 2020 rule.
  • Wartsila sees strong Q3 growth in marine solutions sector on IMO 2020 rule
    During January-September, 801 contracts for new vessels were registered, an increase of 16.1% year on year, it said.
  • Asian residue market likely to stay strong on tight supply: sources
    The outlook of Singapore ex-wharf bunker premium is also strong due to the tightening supply of prompt barrels and strong bunker demand.
  • Taiwan's CPC resumes marine fuel oil supply at Taichung
    Buyers should contact CPC before placing any order of marine fuel oil supply at Taichung, CPC said.
  • Saudi Arabia eyes Russian oil for refining growth
    Swapping crudes and products is a natural area of cooperation, Falih said.
  • Natural gas is answer to climate change: Encana VP
    Natural gas is the solution to climate change, Most said.
  • CHINA DATA: Sep crude throughput hits record high at 12.54 mil b/d
    Over January-September, total refinery crude throughput across China rose 8.1% year on year.




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