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Exim Indiaweb site
SEPTEMBER 24, 2018
  • APL's Eagle Express service facilitates precise logistics planning
  • Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement launches dedicated offshore division
  • Cancellation of Port Congestion Surcharge in Myanmar
  • China-Vietnam-Thailand service to be upgraded
  • MOL-operated/managed vessels earn commendations from Japan Coast Guard
  • SCFI spot rates down
  • Young Logistics Professional programme at FWC 2018 witnesses tremendous response from start-ups
  • Bangladesh govt approves draft agreement to allow India to use Chittagong & Mongla ports
  • Global cargo volumes looking up, shows analysis
  • South Asia's transport corridors seen becoming engines of growth
  • India seen having opportunity to benefit from US-China trade war
  • Liberalisation of External Commercial Borrowing norms
  • Sanction of pending IGST refund claims where the records have not been transmitted from the GSTN to DG Systems

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International Transport Journalweb site
SEPTEMBER 25, 2018
  • The ports are key
  • Digital breakdown prevention system for tractors
  • A330-200P2F makes first landing
  • More mobile data about Le Havre port region
  • Operating injury free for nearly five years
  • Gibson named Orbcomm director
  • Nagel-Group inaugurates warehouse in Bochum
  • Lightweight modular cars for carrying railfreight
  • Turner for Iumi
  • Silk Way steps up Zhengzhou frequency
  • US integrator delivering faster in Europe
  • AAL involved in major offshore project in Australia
  • New swap bodies for greener road/rail transport
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Tiger opening branches in China and Malaysia
  • ESC banks on digital strategist
  • BSM lifts Singapore branch to next level
  • Shanghai Airlines' 100th and world's first A350-900ULR

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IHS Maritimeweb site
SEPTEMBER 24, 2018
  • US keeps to sideline of IMO 2020 debate - for now
  • CMA CGM wades into row over sulphur cap bunker surcharges
  • BW Group CEO Carsten Mortensen quits
  • Japan's Big Three choose multipronged approach to sulphur cap
  • Foreign maritime patrols target illicit North Korea ship transfers
  • Why ballast-water equipment manufacturers are seeking closer co-operation
  • KVH Industries leads the charge in the sat-com sector
  • Wisdom Marine linked to Ultramax pair at DACKS
  • Massoel bulker attacked in Nigeria, 12 crew abducted
  • Bulker values hold up as buyers maintain appetite

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The Loadstarweb site
SEPTEMBER 24, 2018
  • Fearful US importers brace for clearance stumbles in third tariff round
  • Suspicious shippers urge Maersk rethink on new fuel surcharge plan
  • 2M 'white knight' sails to the rescue of ailing Asia-Europe trade
  • Xpediator reports strong growth, rising profit and an eye for the next takeover
  • 'Be more vigilant' message to forwarders on potentially dangerous shipments
  • Swissport expands handling footprint in Germany with Apron acquisition
  • Chinese company reshaping the world leaves a troubled trail

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Marine Logweb site
SEPTEMBER 24, 2018
  • L3 acquires autonomous vessel specialist ASV Global
  • Damen Galati floats out Australia's new icebreaker
  • VIDEO: Newport News lands new radar tower during CVN 73 RCOH
  • Dredging contractors praise signing of infrastructure spending act
  • BWTS specialist Optimar books its largest order yet
  • VIDEO: CMA CGM puts cost of sulfur cap compliance at $160/TEU
  • Dutch Dredging tugboat duo named in Guyana ceremony
  • ICS set to publish new edition of "ICS Gas Guide"

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Lloyd's Listweb site
SEPTEMBER 24, 2018
  • CMA CGM and MSC announce surcharge policy changes ahead of 2020 sulphur cap
    CMA CGM will review its sales policy on fuel surcharges, while MSC will introduce a new surcharge in 2019
  • Yards in US and Turkey could be added to EU recycling list
    The commission has launched a public consultation as NGOs claim that the current EU-only list has sufficient capacity to recycle...
  • Tanker Solutions refinances 12 product tankers
    Credit facility for $93.7m continues lending relationship between CIT and the LR1 joint venture between Clearlake and Greece's Prime Marine
  • Vinalines to build container terminals in north Vietnam
    The new container terminals will cost around $299m and will be located at the port of Lach Huyen
  • Shippers condemn Maersk's sulphur surcharge
    Shippers would prefer box lines used scrubbers rather than be charged indefinitely for higher fuel costs after low-sulphur rules take...
  • Bright Navigation buys Noble Group capesize
    The Greek owner buys its second capesize in less than a month and its third this year
  • Asset value is our primary focus, says Minsheng Leasing shipping head
    Some Chinese leasing firms are going even further on value exploration by ordering dry bulkers on their own
  • Labour says no deal Brexit would be 'disaster for UK ports'
    Gridlock on the waterfront unless government secures terms with EU prior to departure, Labour spokesperson maintains
  • Greek shipowners back 'experience-building phase' for sulphur cap
    Union of Greek Shipowners says no backsliding on IMO dates but emphasises that bunker supply chain's responsibilities should not be...
  • Ardmore Shipping to equip 18 vessels with Optimarin ballast water systems
    Irish tanker operator to buy 36 systems from Norwegian supplier Optimarin for undisclosed consideration, with some headed for retrofit
  • Klaveness flags up Oslo listing for unit after $45m placement
    Part of the proceeds to be used to equity finance one newbuilding plus one option from Chinese yard Jiangsu New...
  • Tanzania ferry death toll rises to 224
    The vessel's managers were detained after a preliminary investigation report claimed the vessel had more people than it should on...
  • More cuts required on Asia-Europe box trade
    Weak utilisation driven by overcapacity means Asia-Europe trade lane needs further capacity cuts if freight rates are to rise again
  • China accuses US of trade bullying
    Beijing says it is willing to restart trade negotiations with Washington if the talks are 'based on mutual respect and...
  • Daily Briefing
    Monjasa confident in 2020 global fuel availability | China denies plan to ban open loop scrubbers | The Lloyd's List...
  • BW Group chief executive Carsten Mortensen steps down
    Carsten Mortensen steps down citing personal reasons after leading the tanker and gas group for three years
  • Court extends injunction against Djibouti in DP World dispute
    The move comes after the president of Djibouti passed a decree on September 9 to transfer the majority shareholding in...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
SEPTEMBER 24, 2018
  • Mega-ship deployment at NY-NJ scales up amid peak season
  • Electric truck use accelerates, but diesel to keep dominance
  • BCOs urged to be patient as Wilmington port reopens to trucks
  • India studying mid-sea site for transshipment operations
  • Expanded Deltaport rail deepens Vancouver's interior reach
  • Chittagong to prioritize bigger ships to increase productivity
  • LCL providers try to shore up rate volatility exposure
  • Lack of standardization stymies port-to-port productivity

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TradeWindsweb site
SEPTEMBER 24, 2018
  • Ship Finance authorises 50 million more shares
    John Fredriksen's diversified owner brings number of authorised shares to 200 million, according to a regulatory filing.
  • Opec predicts up to 5,000 scrubber installations by end-2023
    Oil group still expects the devices to be on 23,000 ships by 2040.
  • MSC latest shipowner to add fuel surcharge
    Industry giant joins Maersk, CMA CGM in passing IMO 2020 costs to customers.
  • T&E: "Enough ship recycling capacity in EU"
    Green group says owners should not be sending vessels to low-cost overseas breakers.
  • Axis Bulk boosts fleet with third Nisshin panamax buy
    Greek owner shows preference for Jinhai Intelligent Manufacturing sisterships
  • CMA CGM follows Maersk with 2020 fuel surcharge
    French line to pass on costs of low-sulphur rules; opts for limited scrubber use.
  • Havila order triggers $123m Havyard payment
    Norwegian yard designing vessels for Per Saevik's new venture.
  • Shipping cycle remains on recovery curve
    Clarksons Platou Securities weighs up trade war, newbuilding price promise and absorbing oversupply.
  • Maersk Line vessel arrested in Tunisia
    Owner says ship held over various claims cases it is looking into.
  • Grounded cargoship battered by waves off Norway
    Four men from veteran Osfjord airlifted off Afjord area.
  • Novatek ships first Yamal LNG to Brazil
    Russian producer transports gas to Petrobras' Bahia terminal.
  • BW Dry Cargo adds to capesize exposure
    Purchase follows first steps into the sector at this stage a year ago.
  • Fearnley Securities tips product tankers for next super-cycle
    Analysts place buy rating on the market with enlarged Hafnia set to shine.
  • Vroon PSV completes emissions mission
    Pool Express helped assess greenhouse gas and methane levels in North Sea.
  • Amazon's Jeff Bezos linked to Stena ro-ro buy
    Tycoon's Blue Origin said to have bought vessel to ship space rocket parts.
  • Klaveness raises $45m to declare combi option
    Norwegian owner's private placement comes in at the bottom of its potential target range.
  • Iran warns OPEC not to appease US
    Petroleum minister says veto will be used if cartel tries to harm national interests.
  • Heavy-hearted Mortensen left with one choice after wonderful ride at BW
    Danish shipping executive opens up on the reasons for his departure from BW Group, his relationship with Andreas Sohmen-Pao and his future plans.
  • Ardmore reveals BWTS problems after new order
    Owner says "commonplace" operational issues have affected series of newbuildings.
  • Carsten Mortensen quits as BW Group chief executive
    Danish executive parts company with Singapore headquartered group.
  • CEO Holger Nielsen quits Samskip
    New management structure in place after long-serving boss looks for new opportunity.
  • Capital Ship Management linked to aframax order
    Marinakis company reportedly signs for tanker double at Daehan.
  • EAS lines up vital order for four boxships
    Maersk's Alianca one of two companies signing letters of intent.
  • Bulkers most affected by US-China trade war
    Latest tariffs mean the equivalent of 1.5% of global seaborne trade is impacted, says Clarksons
  • Argus to launch IMO 2020 LSFO price assessments
    Pricing agency says product designed to capture growing liquidity in Singapore-delivered bunker market.
  • Paxocean sells jack-up rig newbuilding to Noble
    Robert Kuok-backed shipyard group to provide around two thirds of financing for offshore unit.

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American Shipperweb site
SEPTEMBER 24, 2018
  • U.S., South Korean leaders sign revamped KORUS
  • Trump OKs law paving way for dredging work
  • Executive Moves: Abu Dhabi Ports, United Fresh

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
SEPTEMBER 24, 2018
  • Nigerian oil unions issue strike notice
  • Supply concerns push oil settles higher
    The oil complex settled higher Monday as the market digested supply concerns in the wake of a meeting between key OPEC leaders and their allies Sunday
  • Oil could top $100/b as market risks intensify: traders
    Crude prices could rise above $100/b as market uncertainties stack up including sanctions on Iran, Venezuelan production concerns, tighter crude inventories and Saudi spare capacity
  • Pirates kidnap 12 dry-bulk crew members in Gulf of Guinea
    Pirates boarded the MV Glarus off the coast of Nigeria and kidnapped 12 of the 19 crew members on Saturday
  • Iranian oil exports could halve due to US sanctions: Trafigura
    Iran's crude oil exports could drop as low as 1 million-1.3 million b/d after US sanctions take effect on November 5
  • Lower Aug Russia fuel oil exports support NWE backwardation
  • IMO 2020 to cause one-off oil demand surge before market adjusts: OPEC
  • IBIA sees most shipowners complying with IMO 2020 sulfur cap
    The majority of shipowners can be expected to comply with the International Maritime Organization's tighter marine fuel sulfur limits in 2020
  • Shanghai, Hong Kong, Singapore LSMGO prices edge higher on tight supply
    The price for low sulfur marine gasoil at Asian ports edged higher in recent weeks as supply tightened amid keen demand in recent weeks
  • FUTURES: Brent crosses $80/b as US-Venezuela tensions intensify

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