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20 November 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 18:35 GMT+1




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Sched Netweb site
AUGUST 27, 2018
  • Asia-Europe rate rises 3.3pc to US$959/TEU, up 1.9pc to USWC
  • Box handling capacity may expand by 270m TEU by 2023
  • Black Sea and Caspian ports lure Asian shippers with faster, cheaper services
  • ONE orders 14,000 reefers to meet peak season demand
  • Tokyo International Container Terminal breaches 20m TEU mark
  • Port of Bremerhaven loses half a million TEU of business to Hamburg
  • New inland terminal to support port of Savannah starts operations
  • Mombasa's 2nd terminal sees 60pc H1 growth
  • Singapore Airlines partners with Cainiao to speed up delivery times across China
  • LATAM Q2 cargo revenues surge 16.8pc to US$300m
  • Panalpina secures extra air freight capacity ahead of peak season to prevent delays

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Exim Indiaweb site
AUGUST 26, 2018
  • Fly ash being transported through inland waterways as a pilot project
  • Maersk & Vopak to launch 0.5 pc sulphur fuel bunkering facility in Rotterdam
  • MOL sets conditions for issue of 'green' bonds
  • National Logistics Portal can be a game-changer: Adarsh Hegde
  • New FFFAI Chairman appeals to stakeholders to participate in FWC 2018 in a big way
  • ONE significantly adds to its reefer fleet
  • The UNCLOS & its propinquity with International Maritime Organization
  • UK forwarders say govt statements on Brexit deal still leave questions unanswered
  • Five Major Ports despatch relief materials to Kerala from Tuticorin
  • Port Congestion Surcharge being implemented in Bangladesh
  • PSA's BMCT adds 9 more RTGs
  • Secretary Shipping makes maiden visit to Deendayal Port
  • Commissioner Customs launches 'UCC Software' at Mundra
  • Emirates SkyCargo transports flood relief cargo for Kerala
  • New Indore-Manmad rail line linking JNPT in the works
  • NTC Logistics honours its "Captains"
  • Will imports into North India ICDs take a hit?

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International Transport Journalweb site
AUGUST 27, 2018
  • Reefer logisticians in demand
  • Dredging at Hamburg just round the corner?
  • Russian cargo airline diversifies fleet
  • PS Logistics completes D. Mosley Trucking acquisition
  • Sigmund responsible for media and visitors
  • Yorkshire-based forwarder returns to Pall-Ex
  • Algorithms that "learn" to detect lithium batteries
  • Signalling technology for Montenegro's main railway hub
  • Pharma specialist joins RLC
  • Logcoop nets first member in Bulgaria
  • RWI container index furnishes evidence of stagnation
  • «Curiosity of the day»
  • Hinterland traffic rising at Haropa ports
  • Kuehne + Nagel establishes JV Sincero
  • New rail gateway to the port of Savannah
  • Change of helmsman at BFS Baur Fulfillment
  • Iran airfreight volumes impacted by US sanctions
  • VTG on brink of takeover by US holding

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IHS Maritimeweb site
AUGUST 24, 2018
  • Missing chemtanker Pantelena 'found'
  • HHI retires offshore division, 2,000 employees affected
  • German broker Frachtcontor looks to boost Asian presence
  • Shipping faces challenges in mental health approach
  • BW Tankers CEO leaves 'amicably'
  • HMM may receive USD4.5 billion for fleet expansion
  • NYK, Total reportedly discuss LNG charters for Papua project

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The Loadstarweb site
AUGUST 24, 2018
  • Double whammy for Hamburg as dredging gets green light and alliance moves in
  • The fate of much-needed new Mexico City airport hangs in the air
  • Full ships could lead to a more stable container shipping market
  • Vietnam e-commerce boom a headache for logistics players
  • Market Insight: Priced to perfection, Hapag-Lloyd the industry risk gauge
  • Low-sulphur compliance is not that simple for ship operators

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Marine Logweb site
AUGUST 24, 2018
  • Matson Navigation, FEMA, USCG prepare Hawaii for Hurricane Lane
  • Salvors nabbed in illegal plunder of WWI shipwreck
  • Slow-speed engine converted to burn ethane as fuel
  • All American Marine launches hybrid tour boat for Red and White Fleetv
  • Complying with IMO cap: Organizing the switch to low sulfur fuel
  • LNG technology experts cooperate to ease LNG use as "green" fuel

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Lloyd's Listweb site
AUGUST 24, 2018
  • The Interview: Yasumi Morita
    At one level, the discussion about attracting young Japanese to a career at sea is never-ending and the numbers remain...
  • Maersk's Arctic ambition raises environmental concerns
    While Maersk insists it has no Arctic ambitions, its investment in ice-classed vessels at a time of climate change has...
  • US-Mexico product tanker trade unfazed by new president
    Tonne-mile demand for the shorthaul trade remains robust despite political events, especially for MR2 vessels
  • UK Chamber chief says 'no-deal' Brexit would have 'huge' impact on trade
    But trade association stays neutral on politics
  • Shipping faces up to trade wars
    Vessel operators will need to be nimble to meet demand from new trade lanes if the trade tension continues to...
  • Navios terminal in Uruguay disrupted after fire
    Company says nearby grain terminal is unaffected
  • Cosco eyes scrubbers ahead of sulphur cap
    Chinese giant is considering installing scrubbers on its ultra-large container ships, according to source close to the company
  • Trade 'jitters' impact container port throughput
    Container port volumes fall back from record highs in May
  • Fortress Greece prides itself on self sufficiency
    The Marine Technical Managers Association marks its 20th anniversary this year
  • MOL prices 'green bonds'
    The green bonds target both corporate and retail investors, with banks and universities buying into the product
  • Fewer ship calls help LA meet emissions targets
    Bigger modern boxships lead to fewer emissions as Los Angeles hits 2023 targets five years ahead of time
  • Daily Briefing
    Will China's tariffs hit Trump or dry bulk shipping? | Britain to 'drop port import checks' in event of no-deal...
  • Maersk Tankers partners with Klaveness for digital solutions
    The partnership gives both companies cost benefits as the future development of the platform can be shared
  • Cosco Shipping International profits weighed by coating business
    Hong Kong-listed company has painted a challenging picture for the markets going forward, saying it is facing cost pressure from...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
AUGUST 24, 2018
  • NY-NJ probes impact on warehouses of extended terminal hours
  • US peak season to test US intermodal service
  • Trans-Pacific peak-season uptrend continues, rolling varies
  • Tariff threats, low rates challenge ro-ro sector's upbeat growth prospects
  • Slideshow: Chinese ports shine in Top 10 global rankings
  • PSA expects new JNPT cranes to increase speed, attract business

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TradeWindsweb site
AUGUST 24, 2018
  • Argentinian strikes not affecting ARS port
    The political protests have not hampered state-owned Rio Santiago Shipyard's operations.
  • Hanssons buy a little more Offshore
    Executive chairman and his family raise Nordic American Offshore stake to 13.5%.
  • Russia, Finland back LNG as Arctic marine fuel
    Vladimir Putin met Finland's president in Sochi to discuss the Arctic environment.
  • Jones Act Congressman indicted on corruption charges
    US Congressman Duncan Hunter steps down as chairman of the Coast Guard and Maritime Subcommittee.
  • Rump of STX sold for $62m
    Remaining trading company of defunct group offloaded to Chinese fund.
  • Germany's NES yard files for insolvency
    Cruiseship hull-block builder hit by end of sub-contracting deal with Meyer Werft.
  • SolstadFarstad reactivates laid-up CSV
    Normand Tonjer back in business with Fairfield Industries.
  • Troim opens up on Schlumberger 'divorce' as Golar LNG enters 'cash flow phase'
    Golar chairman discusses key developments and reveals he has never been more convinced about being in the right business.
  • Torghatten orders ro-pax in Turkey
    Norwegian owner picks Sefine Shipyard for new ferry.
  • Wartsila, GTT, WinGD forge alliance on LNG fuel
    Technology companies joining forces to push take-up of gas as ship fuel.
  • Three more ships aground at Kaohsiung
    Storm causes more carnage off Taiwan as tanker and others forced ashore.
  • Missing Greek tanker spotted off Congo
    African naval authority say Pantelena lost signal due to technical fault.
  • Danske Bank backs Hoegh LNG with buy on twisty road
    Bullish LNG market outlook outweighs contract concerns, Anders Karlsen says.
  • TNG tanker profit down in 'moderate' quarter
    Croatian MR owner hit by higher costs despite revenue rise.
  • Belships pushes on with Lighthouse deal as market improves
    Oslo-listed owner sets out next steps in planned union with compatriot.
  • More expansion planned at ESL
    Finnish owner expanding with AtoB@C takeover this month, but deal described as "interim" move.
  • Bosman gets Oceanteam transfer as CFO leaves
    Former Seafox Group executive brought in by Dutch OSV owner.
  • No cash for Uljanik as strike threatens to spread
    Croatian government says hands tied by European Union.
  • Ultramax double for Wuhu Shipyard
    Chinese yard wins order from Ningbo Runhua and another unnamed owner.
  • Mitsui OSK Lines prices 'scrubber' bonds
    Funds raised more expensive than those issued by NYK and have also received lower credit rating.
  • Hamburg to offer boxships LNG shore side power
    German marine companies team up to cut emissions at domestic port with government fuinding.
  • Trammo LPG carrier rescues three off Costa Rica
    Commodity trader's long-term chartered vessel arrives in the nick of time to save fisherman.

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American Shipperweb site
AUGUST 24, 2018
  • Port of Los Angeles cuts pollution
    The Port of Los Angeles says it has met goals to reduce air pollution ahead of schedule even as cargo volumes reached an all-time high of 9.3 million TEU last year.
  • THE Alliance swaps German ports
    The container carrier members of THE Alliance - Hapag Lloyd, Ocean Network Express and Yang Ming - are swapping calls at Bremerhaven for Hamburg on their joint transatlantic services, according to a report from Alphaliner citing a recent customer advisory from Hapag Lloyd.
  • 'Inside knowledge' needed when capacity tight
    As shippers continue to grapple with finding available trucking capacity across the nation, third-party logistics providers (3PL) can help ease these burdens in an increasingly challenging market.
  • NAFTA trade rolls on without deal
    The total value of cross-border trade between the United States and its partners in the North American Free Trade Agreement - Canada and Mexico - continued to grow in June, climbing another 6.3 percent to $106.07 billion compared with the same month a year ago, according to the latest data from the U.S. Department of Transportation's Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS).
  • Hurricane threatens Hawaii's infrastructure
    Hurricane Lane, a Category 3 storm that was still packing winds of 120 mph early Friday morning, is buffeting the southern coast of the Hawaii and causing severe flooding across the island chain.
  • Nebraska railcar cleaner indicted
    The Justice Department said two executives of a railcar cleaning company were indicted by a grand jury in Omaha, Neb., on Thursday for worker safety violations that contributed to the deaths of two employees in 2015.
  • Gothenburg volumes up 19 percent
    The Port of Gothenburg in southwest Sweden handled 378,000 TEUs during the first six months of 2018, an increase of 19 percent from the corresponding 2017 period.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
AUGUST 24, 2018
  • Oman crude at one-month low against cash Dubai
    Oman crude fell to a one-month low against Dubai crude on Friday
  • Mexican regulator approves Pemex plan to explore shallow water Koban discovery
    Mexico's National Hydrocarbon Commission (CNH) has approved plans by state Pemex to drill a delineation well in the coming months
  • Argentina's YPF, Pluspetrol to launch 10-well Vaca Muerta pilot
    Argentina's state-run energy company YPF and Pluspetrol, another local oil company, are poised to launch a $180 million, 10-well pilot in La Calera, a block in the Vaca Muerta
  • Crude futures settle up, ending the week higher
    Crude oil futures settled higher Friday as record US refining demand is expected to continue apace amid ongoing geopolitical tensions.
  • Small shipowners put on the backburner for IMO 2020 solutions
    In 2020 the global bunker market will shift to a cleaner yet more expensive 0.5% sulfur marine fuel but the vast capital required to address this new regulation has left small shipowners few options to stay above water
  • External: Marine Bunkering(Rotterdam)B.V.
  • ARA fuel oil stocks up 5% on week: PJK
    Russian fuel oil exports fell 10% on the year but rose 8.4% on the month to 2.865 million mt in July, data from the Central Dispatching Unit showed.
  • Fujairah 380 CST bunker premium hits 27-month high on tight barge supply
    Recent concerns over off-spec bunker fuel in Singapore could also have led to some shift in demand to Fujairah, sources said.
  • Two USGC-loading cargoes of ULSD diverted to Brazil from ARA: cFlow
    Petrobras bought six cargoes of refined products Wednesday to compensate for lost output at the facility in southern Brazil, sources said.
  • Missing clean tanker spotted off Republic of Congo's Pointe Noire: report
    When it was reported missing, the tanker was heading to Libreville in Gabon, where it was expected to discharge the gasoil picked up from Lome in Togo.
  • FUTURES: Crude higher as China imposes tariffs on US oil products
    Investors are likely to feel nervous as the two countries vow to step up the pressure, ANZ analysts said Friday.




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