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19 September 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 02:54 GMT+2




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Sched Netweb site
AUGUST 28, 2018
  • Conditions ripe for container shipping rates to spike, as utilisation levels rise
  • Maersk Mumbai sets new world record carrying 19,038 TEU load
  • Port of Hamburg gets the go-ahead to dredge the Elbe
  • Seattle, Tacoma and other NWSA ports see July box volume rise 10.6pc
  • ICTSI hails Ecuador's plan to improve access to Guayaquil port
  • Chittagong grapples with China, Singapore, Korea, India proposals
  • US-headquartered Centurion Air Cargo shuts down its business
  • Marken to send biological samples from Brazil to US using parent UPS' airline
  • Los Angeles to be Finnair's fifth US destination

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Exim Indiaweb site
AUGUST 27, 2018
  • APM Terminals Maasvlakte II commences expansion
  • Container handling capacity growing in line with demand, says report
  • MOL makes additional investment in Malaysia's PKT Logistics Group
  • PSA & SIT groom Systems Engineering talent for Singapore's future port
  • SCFI rates up
  • Chennai Port stakeholders send relief materials to Kerala
  • Dealing with cases, where importer / Customs brokers are submitting multiple DPD intimations (72 hours advance intimations) (sometimes from the different Customs Brokers of the same importer) for the same consignments
  • Ending the Licence Raj legacy: Post cabotage scenario
  • Nitin Gadkari lauds JNPT for its all-round growth & performance
  • Procedure to be followed for obtaining unique DPD code to DPD importers
  • DGFT considering policy to facilitate export of specialised chemicals under 'Dual Use' category
  • Economic outlook survey pegs median GDP growth at 7.4 pc
  • India to double exports by 2025: Suresh Prabhu
  • G20 international merchandise trade at new highs in Q1

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International Transport Journalweb site
AUGUST 28, 2018
  • Answers to a serious question
  • Financial support for 28 US rail projects
  • DHL Express attains 300th TAPA certification
  • New sales manager for Dachser European Logistics
  • Freighter landing gear collapse - cause now known
  • Rail line refurbished in Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Saving electricity in Hamburg
  • Schneider stakes claim in Uzbekistan
  • Freja and CF&S join forces
  • How African airports can improve cargo business
  • Bremen - port railway goes digital
  • Western Australia better served by AAL
  • US short line railroad gets new owner
  • Unilode lands Nepal Airlines ULD management contract
  • Hellmann prolongs partnership with REC Group
  • Fresh blood for Royal Vopak's supervisory board
  • MSC leasing 2,000 green reefers
  • «Curiosity of the day»

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IHS Maritimeweb site
AUGUST 27, 2018
  • CSSC returns to profitability in first half of 2018
  • More detail needed so shipping industry can plan for 'no-deal' Brexit
  • ICBC Financial Leasing buyer of DryShips bulkers
  • Capesize period demand defies summer lull

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Marine Logweb site
AUGUST 27, 2018
  • Bristol Harbor Group designing new high-speed boat for Sayville Ferry
  • Outpouring of admiration for McCain, following his passing
  • MTUs for new Fred Olsen high-speed trimaran ferries

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Lloyd's Listweb site
AUGUST 27, 2018
  • Cosco Shipping Ports beats analyst estimates in first half results
    Hong Kong-listed port operator sees net profits decline 56% in the first six months as it continued to build up...
  • Hyundai Heavy yard workers launch 72-hour strike
    Unions are protesting against the company's decision to lay off about 2,000 workers at its offshore energy project division
  • Missing tanker Pantelena was held by pirates for nine days, ship master says
    The pirates did no physical harm to the crew, the master said, adding the ship was released on August 23
  • Daily Briefing
    Shipping faces up to trade wars | UK Chamber chief says 'no-deal' Brexit would have 'huge' impact on trade ...
  • China insatiable crude demand may be reaching a turning point
    A weakening growth in Chinese crude imports, not the Sino-US trade spat, should be a bigger concern for the tanker...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
AUGUST 27, 2018
  • US shipping industry: Tariffs will crimp demand, increase equipment costs
  • Fluidity-boosting LA portal grapples with public-private issue
  • Brownsville port moves past trade threats with breakbulk growth
  • Analysis: How US rails can further capitalize on domestic intermodal gains
  • India's cabotage reform help carriers cut repositioning costs

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TradeWindsweb site
AUGUST 27, 2018
  • Argentinian pier closed following collision
    Bulk carrier owned by Asia Maritime Pacific runs into San Lorenzo Port's TFA Pier on 17 August.
  • WISTA brings back Panama
    International nonprofit representing female leaders in shipping continues expansion into South America.
  • Navios hires Cargill man as new COO
    Jeremy Bryan to join New York-listed tanker owner from February 2019.
  • Cosco Shipping Ports benefits from strong economy
    Hong Kong-based ports operator sees higher profit, throughput, partly due to CMA CGM-led overseas shipping alliances.
  • Oldendorff inks deal for Vietnamese transhipment project
    Agreement struck to import coal to northern Vietnam on capesizes over quarter of a century
  • Ship Finance pursues bond issue
    Roadshow aimed at raising cash as Fredriksen company expands fleet.
  • Siem Offshore extends PSV charters
    Norwegian owner adds potential two years to duo's workload.
  • HHI workers strike over job cuts plan
    About 12,000 staff walk out in Korea as bosses prepare to axe 2,000 posts.
  • ADS Crude Carriers set for Oslo debut
    Listing of new VLCC vehicle to take place on Tuesday after exchange approval.
  • Bergen Group merging with Endur Fabricom
    Maritime services company expanding oil and gas reach with new agreement.
  • Drifting Japanese bulker towed off New York
    USCG steps in as Santoku vessel disabled 100 miles offshore.
  • Master confirms hijacking of Greek tanker Pantelena
    Georgian master says crew was held for nine days off West Africa before being released.
  • WWL warns over trade tension and tariffs
    Car carrier company says potential for new import levies presents a risk.
  • Shipowners face drug smuggling threat at Brazil ports
    Much of cocaine reaching Europe thought to have moved through Port of Santos, warns Gray Page.
  • D-Day for Noble as investors vote on restructuring
    Hong Kong-based commodities trader finally approaching end-game in drawn-out saga.
  • Pacific Radiance secures approval for bond restructuring
    Singapore offshore vessel operator describes result as "a vote of confidence in our business".

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American Shipperweb site
AUGUST 27, 2018
  • Executive Moves: Long Beach, Swissport
    The Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners named co-deputy executive directors, and Swissport extended the contract of its president and CEO.
  • U.S., Mexico reach trade deal
    The United States and Mexico, at the exclusion of North American Free Trade Agreement partner Canada, Monday morning announced a separate bilateral trade deal.
  • Shippers feel transpacific squeeze
    Container freight rates in the eastbound transpacific container trade continue to rise, with tight capacity and reports that shippers are seeing their exports from Asia to the U.S. being "rolled" from ships they are booked on to subsequent voyages.
  • July record for New York and New Jersey
    The Port of New York and New Jersey set yet another monthly record for cargo volumes in July, according to the latest figures from the port authority.
  • Infinity adding containers, staff
    Infinity Transportation Logistics LLC, which provides refrigerated intermodal services across the United States, is strengthening operations through acquiring more refrigerated intermodal containers and adding staff to its Kansas City, Mo., office.
  • COSCO Ports revenues up nearly 80 percent
    COSCO SHIPPING Ports Ltd. recorded a profit attributable to equity holders of the company of $169 million for the first six months of 2018, down 56.1 percent from the corresponding 2017 period, according to the global port operator's latest financial statements. Excluding one-off effects from completions of the subscription of non-circulating domestic shares in Qingdao Port International Co. Ltd.
  • Commentary: Piling on export compliance confusion
    The U.S. State Department's Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation on Monday published a Federal Register notice listing the latest sanctions applied to Russia for alleged recent poisoning attempts by agents against dissident nationals in the U.K.
  • FAA awarding nearly $617 million
    The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration announced Friday that it will award $616.9 million in airport infrastructure grants as part of the $3.18 billion in Airport Improvement Program funding.
  • Intermodal 'very good solution' this year
    As shippers enter their peak season, they face a steeper and tougher peak to climb than in seasons past. A panel of freight industry experts discussed this phenomenon during Thursday's "Navigating New Realities: Peak Shipping

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
AUGUST 27, 2018
  • Russia's August crude output seen flat on month: Novak
    Russia's August crude and condensate output is expected to be flat month on month
  • Glencore's private terminal in Mexico's Dos Bocas port receives its first gasoline cargo: sources
    Glencore has received its first gasoline shipment at its new 600,000-barrel marine terminal at the Port of Dos Bocas
  • External: Marine Bunkering(Rotterdam)B.V.
  • TRADER NOTE: UAE's Viking Marine Services expands in the Mediterranean
    Gibraltar office comes four months after its Limassol setup in Cyprus.
  • Sinopec likely to hit 2018 throughput target despite plan to lower H2 runs to 81%
    Despite plans for a lower run rate in H2, Sinopec's throughput could hit 241.72 million mt for the whole year.
  • TRADER NOTE: Crude oil trader Kevin Ng leaves Itochu
    He will be joining Hengli Petrochemical as a crude oil trader from October 2018.
  • FUTURES: Crude slips amid mild profit-taking; awaits fresh cues
    Investors are keeping an eye out for US inventory reports, due for release from the American Petroleum institute on Tuesday.




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