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Sched Netweb site
APRIL 26, 2018
  • Vancouver mega terminal blocked by sandpiper migration concerns
  • Canadian Pacific's unions: strike 'inevitable' - truce does not mean peace
  • S'pore's heavy lifting AAL beefs up its European operation
  • S'pore dredging at Temasek Fairway and Sultan Shoal Lighthouse
  • Trieste box growth thanks to rail links to Central, Eastern Europe
  • ATA chairman itemises good US tax cuts have done for trucking
  • Female docker in coma after fall from lofty waterfront cabin in Sydney
  • Greencarrier offers FCL-LCL sustainable short sea solutions
  • Hutch UK chief sees growing interest in Thamesport's short sea
  • Cape Town seizes 57 Uber cars to molify metered taxi protest
  • Arab Academy's (AASTMT) maritime programme taught in Greece
  • Facing constraints, Canada is shipping oil one truckload at a time
  • North American rail freight up 4.3pc first week in April
  • Hactl wins Grand Award for its efforts to recycle company waste
  • Derivative makes come back - this time as air cargo future rates
  • Agility provides SME online platform to fill all shipment forms

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Exim Indiaweb site
APRIL 25, 2018
  • AI, blockchain, data analytics seen disrupting shipping in future
  • Baltic Exchange & Freightos to launch global container freight index
  • China's 24 Hour Advance Manifest Regulation Update - GACC Announcement No. 56 [2017]
  • Compensation regime for hazardous & noxious cargoes a step closer, says IMO
  • GAC Dubai wins FMCG Supply Chain of the Year award again
  • MOL expands its NVOCC business with unified brand MOL Worldwide Logistics
  • Singapore launches enhanced technical cooperation & training package for IMO & its member states
  • Transworld Group Singapore celebrates 'Springing onto the 20th Year'
  • Dhamra port commences handling steel
  • Cathay Pacific & Cathay Dragon carry more cargo in March
  • E-commerce seen as opportunity for freight forwarding & logistics industry
  • Express rail service from UK to China launched
  • Cabinet approves long-term agreements for supply of iron ore to Japan & South Korea through MMTC
  • Camp for EODC cases

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International Transport Journalweb site
APRIL 26, 2018
  • Many roads lead to Rome, Venice...
  • Egypt to double capacity on Cairo-Benha route
  • Imperial Logistics delivering tools for Airbus
  • Reinforcing intermodal hinterland traffic
  • Grimaldi honoured in North America
  • Freightos and Baltic Exchange work on indices
  • AEI converting aircraft for TSM
  • Special livery to celebrate 60th anniversary
  • Freja opening up in Ålesund
  • Russian and German railfreight carriers cooperate
  • Charlene Thomas takes over UPS west region
  • PNA invests in innovative locks solution
  • More blocktrains on Eurasian route
  • Time:Matters on a roll in 2017
  • RWI's container index shows slight decrease
  • CEIV for Fraport's expertise in pharma ramp handling
  • Fedex Freight searching for new CEO

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IHS Maritimeweb site
APRIL 25, 2018
  • INTTRA to launch rates management pilot
  • Owners claim reports of tankers' hijacking in Yemen are false
  • KOTC orders four MR product tankers
  • Baltic Exchange keeps up with the times
  • Shipowners urged to address cyber protection
  • Euronav sinks to first quarter loss as difficult market conditions prevail
  • Product tanker market recovery to come this year, Concordia insists
  • Baltic Exchange and Freightos launch collaborative container index
  • Nanjing Shenghang grows profit by a quarter in 2017
  • KOTC books MR tanker quartet at Hyundai Mipo Dockyard
  • London Metal Exchange, Baltic Exchange update modernisation plans
  • Sumitomo to finance Yinson's FPSO projects
  • Singapore's terminals aim to stay ahead of the rest
  • Singapore bunker prices up as supply tightens
  • Shipping bad debt bank cuts losses
  • Tanker all-clear in Pakistan, but prices down without competition

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The Loadstarweb site
APRIL 25, 2018
  • Baltic Exchange teams with Freightos to launch new freight index
  • Bigger ships and bigger ports an opening for 3PLs to revolutionise supply chains
  • Praise for 'dedicated' Cargolux staff as carrier profits hit new heights
  • Night deliveries set to take off as 24hr shopping online breeds a 'vampire economy'
  • Analysis: Logistics M&A activity shaping up to be a big deal in Q2
  • Freight costs weighing on earnings at consumer goods makers
  • Tariff dodgers stand to profit from US-China trade dispute

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Marine Logweb site
APRIL 25, 2018
  • Ingalls promotes Eric Crooker to VP of contracts and pricing
  • Statue Cruises honored with Rear Admiral Richard E. Bennis Award
  • Glosten names Morgan Fanberg as President
  • Maersk to trial Sea Machines AI based situational awareness technology
  • Navy takes HM&E delivery of DDG 1001
  • Keppel on track to deliver South East Asia's first LNG fueled tug
  • Digitalization drives shipowner demand for higher bandwidth

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Lloyd's Listweb site
APRIL 25, 2018
  • KfW IPEX to incorporate Hong Kong Convention scrapping rules into loan agreements
    Move makes the bank the first German organisation to sign up to Responsible Ship Recycling Standards initiatives
  • Norwegian shipping looking good for top line growth
    Association chief Solberg calls peak lay-up
  • Shipping could face low-sulphur fuel oil shortfall
    While the shipping community is relying on refiners to supply the required amounts of low sulphur fuel oil, there may...
  • Fix the basics, then digitalise
    Fine words and aspirations will not solve most of shipping's problems
  • Make investment in UK ports easier, says new BPA head
    Alec Don warns British ports to move on from Brexit and capitalise on the UK's departure from the EU by...
  • SMW: Baltic Exchange launches global box freight index
    Baltic chief Mark Jackson believes FBX would give a trusted insight to the global container shipping industry
  • Scorpio Tankers plans $334m financing deals to improve liquidity
    Update: While weak earnings from its long range vessels pushed the world's largest product carrier into deeper losses, company executives...
  • Improving load factors could trigger Asia-Europe rate revival
    Asia-northern Europe and Asia-Mediterranean utilisation will climb to around 96% and 87% respectively in the second quarter
  • SMW: IUMI warns digitalisation will cut out insurance middleman
    Similar worries have been voiced in other sectors such as dry bulk
  • SMW: Wärtsilä partners with MPA Singapore on maritime tech
    Partnership will build on Wärtsilä technology platform to streamline port operations and reduce vessel waiting times at ports
  • SMW: Hype around blockchain fails to impress
    Fears aired that an open, distributed ledger used to record everything would let far too much data fall into the...
  • Euronav suffers in 'difficult and challenging freight market'
    Tanker giant retains large liquidity having secured financing deals to ride out the downturn
  • CMA CGM's planned CEVA investment raises questions
    Loss-making 3PL remains unprofitable and there is 'significant uncertainty' over IPO valuation, Alphaliner analysts warn
  • Nakilat first quarter profit up 13% amid LNG upturn
    The most recent strategic alliance further strengthens Nakilat's fleet to a total of 69 vessels
  • SMW: Marine insurers wary of big ships after Maersk Honam
    Maersk Honam was carrying 7,860 containers at the time of the fire
  • SMW: ONE sets out its digitalisation priorities
    Applying blockchain to shipping brings with it a challenge over standardisation, warns Jeremy Nixon
  • SMW: Increasing liquidity set to transform LNG market, says Trafigura chief
    But there will be a cycle again for long-term time charters once US production increases, warns Hadi Hallouche
  • EEX plans iron ore, coking coal and LNG futures in Asia
    In an exclusive interview with Lloyd's List, EEX board member Egbert Laege says it is looking to add more offerings...
  • SMW: ONE sets out its digitalisation priorities
    Applying blockchain to shipping brings with it a challenge over standardisation, warns Jeremy Nixon
  • SMW: Increasing liquidity set to transform LNG market, says Trafigura chief
    But there will be a cycle again for long-term time charters once US production increases, warns Hadi Hallouche
  • EEX plans iron ore, coking coal and LNG futures in Asia
    In an exclusive interview with Lloyd's List, EEX board member Egbert Laege says it is looking to add more offerings...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
APRIL 25, 2018
  • LA-LB truck turn times, container dwell times continue to decline
  • Building boom not likely to ease NY-NJ warehouse rate pressure
  • Chittagong acts to ensure quicker delivery of LCL cargo
  • China waste import ban hits Kuehne + Nagel's first-quarter volume
  • Despite overall volume growth, Mundra's rail share still declining

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TradeWindsweb site
APRIL 25, 2018
  • Goldilocks takes legal action against Noble
    Abu Dhabi-based investment fund files injunction to restrain convening of annual general meeting.
  • Ballast water treatment group formed
    Ballast Water Equipment Manufacturers' Association elects board at first annual meeting.
  • Early equity helped Scorpio's new deals
    Further raises not contemplated as Scorpio Tankers looks to have plenty of firepower from banks, sale-leaseback partners.
  • Subsea 7 sights still set on McDermott deal
    Kristian Siem-backed company is still looking to buy US oil and gas contractor for $2bn despite the proposed merger turning hostile.
  • Kollakis tipped to turn attention to ultramax newbuildings
    Greek owner said to be eyeing up to six ultramaxes at Chinese shipyard.
  • John Fredriksen fills up with Avance Gas stock
    Shipowner snaps up shares in VLGC specialist after yesterday's crash.
  • Scorpio Tankers stock soars as liquidity fears vanish
    New funding and upgrade from DNB Markets provide tailwinds for share price.
  • Ever Judger seized over fatal fire
    Bulker held by Indonesian police as part of blaze probe.
  • FWN Rapide crew reported safe
    ForestWave says all 11 seafarers are 'alive and together'.
  • VIDEO: Bulk carrier runs into pier in Argentina
    All workers are reported safe but San Lorenzo port sustains heavy damage, according to source.
  • Euronav bags ULCC and eyes further consolidation
    Paddy Rodgers says Gener8 Maritime swoop not the end of growth ambitions.
  • Klaveness pool result outstrips Nasdaq index
    Norwegian bulker owner hails effect of 'correct' fleet positioning and data analysis.
  • Baltic hails first boxship benchmark
    London exchange launches independent index with freight platform Freightos.
  • Houthis 'could destroy' 17 tankers detained in Yemen
    Greek owners like Eurotank and Evalend feature heavily on list of ships approved for imports by Saudi Arabia but seized by rebel militia.
  • Scorpio Tankers set for $334m liquidity boost
    New York-listed shipowner lines up financing package to address liquidity questions.
  • S&P backs CMA CGM in less volatile sector
    Boxship consolidation means more stable earnings for French line, agency says.
  • KOTC takes spending to $470m with Mipo MR order
    Kuwaiti owner adds to VLGC and VLCC deals with four new tankers in Korea.
  • KfW signs up for green recycling financing
    German bank to include eco-scrapping clauses in loan contracts.
  • Prime partner taking 17% slice of FSL Trust
    Singapore tanker owner also lines up new loans worth $90m.
  • Bangladesh joins LNG import club with FSRU
    State energy company Petrobangla receives Qatari commissioning cargo onboard Excelerate Energy FSRU
  • Euronav banks fresh loans as Gener8 deal nears conclusion
    New financing unveiled alongside quarterly loss and cautious market read.
  • Third time lucky for Liberty in ABG bidding?
    Steel group is once again the only potential buyer of bankrupt Indian shipyard.
  • Mikaelsen re-emerges as DeepOcean CEO
    Ex-Subsea 7 executive takes top job at subsea vessel owner.
  • Nordea slashes loan losses in first quarter
    Bank says shipping risks reduced as credit quality stronger than at any point since 2007.
  • Vitol funding fuel made from recycled plastic
    Trader and owner teams with Quantafuel for new eco-refinery venture.
  • Petronas delivers first LNG cargo to S-Oil
    Malaysian oil giant kicks off 15-year SPA with initial shipment aboard Puteri Zamrud Satu.
  • Nakilat makes strong start to 2018 on fleet growth
    Expanded links with Angelicoussis plus operational and cost efficiencies help drive up profit.
  • VLCC and LNG surge boosts Hyundai Samho
    But Hyundai Heavy reports just a single gas carrier order in March as sister yard steals the limelight again.

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American Shipperweb site
APRIL 25, 2018
  • CDL examiner pleads guilty to faking tests
    Over a three-year period, the examiner provided some 75 individuals with paperwork that falsely stated they had passed the CDL road skills ...
  • Grand jury indicts Rhode Island trucking companies, owners
    The owners of the scrap metal haulers allegedly directed employees to falsify driver vehicle inspection reports....
  • ATA Truck Tonnage Index dips 1.1 percent in March
    Compared with March 2017, the seasonally adjusted index climbed 6.3 percent, which was below February's 7.7 percent year-over-year gain but...
  • Davies Turner goes east with express China rail service
    Consignments destined for China are consolidated through the company's nationwide hub and spoke trunking operations and then loaded at its ...
  • Oakland fruit, vegetable cargo up 36 percent from 2013
    About $6.1 billion worth of containerized fruit and veggie shipments moved through the Port of Oakland in 2017. The volume equaled 135,000 ...
  • PSA, CrimsonLogic unveil platform for shippers, 3PLs
    The new trade platform will allow shippers and their 3PLs to manage and monitor the physical, regulatory and financial flow of goods passin...
  • Ports look for ways to collect, allocate tax funds
    As House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee ranking member Pete DeFazio, D-Ore., said he was "hopeful" for passage of pending legi...
  • XPO nets former Amazon exec
    XPO Logistics Inc. has promoted Chief Operating Officer Troy Cooper to the newly created position of president. Cooper will be succeeded b...
  • OOCL teams up with Microsoft on AI development
    Hong Kong-based ocean carrier Orient Overseas Container Line Ltd. (OOCL) is teaming up with Microsoft's research arm in the Asia Pacific re...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
APRIL 25, 2018
  • US crude stocks build as imports rise, refinery demand drops
    US crude stocks saw a surprise build last week, despite record-high exports, while gasoline and distillate inventories were mixed, Energy Information Administration data showed Wednesday.
  • Crude inches higher despite unexpected stock build
    Crude futures rose slightly Wednesday as weekly US data showed that crude stocks remain at a deficit to the five-year average, even though inventories saw a surprise build last week.
  • US DATA: EIA says USGC stocks fall despite highest production since 2016
    US Gulf Coast residual fuel oil stocks for the week ended Friday fell from the previous week despite a sharp increase in production, Energy Information Administration data showed Wednesday.
  • European fuel oil to find support from dearth of on-spec bunkers in Singapore
    The Northwest European fuel oil market could experience a boost in demand from Singapore where a lack of cutter stock in Asia used to blend down high viscosity product has led to a lack of on-spec marine bunker fuel.
  • Algeciras bunker fuel at premium to Gibraltar on barge shortage
    Bunker fuel at Algeciras was at a premium to Gibraltar Tuesday due to tight product availability and limited barges at the Spanish port, sources said.
  • External: Marine Bunkering(Rotterdam)B.V.
  • INTERVIEW: Environmental rules, technology widen prospects for ship managers - Wilhelmsen Ship Management CEO
    Due to the high costs of retrofitting ships with scrubbers, only about 2,000 ships will be equipped with them by 2020, estimated Schou.
  • Singapore 380 CST HSFO cash differential at 11-month high amid tight supply
    Singapore's commercial stockpile of residues fell 8.89% in the week ended April 18 to 17.941 million barrels.
  • Phillips 66, Andeavor to build 700,000 b/d West Texas oil pipeline
    The pipeline is targeted to be placed into service by late 2019.
  • REFINERY MARGIN TRACKER: European margins slip but US crude imports still strong
    Increased crude demand is raising supply costs faster than gasoline and diesel prices.
  • High oil prices would backfire for producers: BP's chief economist
    Dale said higher oil prices would dampen the global economy which is currently "showing good signs of strength."




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