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Sched Netweb site
DECEMBER 28, 2018
  • Charter market ends '18 poorly, sees panamax rescue in sulphur ban
  • Beijing eases trade war impact with new round of tariff cuts for 2019
  • Deloitte survey shows rising Chinese pessimism in face of trade war
  • OOCL named Company of the Year at the Lloyd's List's gala
  • CMA CGM takes on first LNG-powered Containerships Nord via Euro unit
  • Maersk to drop direct calls to New Zealand's Port Nelson in 2019
  • Industry needs new security methods to ease dealings: Malaysian carriers
  • DB Cargo revamps board to deal with anticipated rail freight traffic growth
  • Baltimore up 5pc to 998,516 TEU, adds cranes, dredges to meet demand
  • Kerry Logistics' first 'Hackathon' in to capture warehouse data by drones
  • November air cargo rates 'highest of last 4 peak seasons,' Drewry finds
  • 10,000 tons of Irish exports flown by Emirates SkyCargo in 2018
  • Airbus delivers first helicopter to Royal Canadian Mounted Police

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Exim Indiaweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2018
  • 'Custom brokers should upgrade themselves by diversifying into various avenues'
  • 2018 seen as a slow year for dry bulk demolitions
  • DCCAA holds 35th AGM in New Delhi; discusses ways to cope with challenges
  • MOL conducts assessment & feasibility study of advanced navigation support system utilising collision avoidance algorithm
  • NYK to build its first methanol-fueled chemical tanker with green loan
  • Operational National Waterways in the country highlighted
  • US Federal Maritime Commission closes due to partial federal govt shutdown
  • Maiden vessel berths at Chennai Port's modernised cruise facility
  • Amritsar Kolkata Industrial Corridor planned
  • Manual of Operating Practices for Trade Remedy Investigations issued
  • NIMZs being given a boost
  • N. Sivasailam, Special Secretary (Logistics), Department of Commerce, to be Chief Guest at Gujarat Junction CEO Roundtable & Cargo & Logistics Awards 2019

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Marine Logweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2018
  • Gazprom commits to LNG as a marine fuel
  • NYK gets green loan to finance methanol-fueled newbuild
  • Damen books order for ASD Tug 211
  • Korean shipyards end year with more LNG carrier orders

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Lloyd's Listweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2018
  • Maersk set to expand logistics activities, says Skou
    Søren Skou outlines a vision of customers being able to secure all of the logistics needs from Maersk
  • Viewpoint: Green thoughts for the year
    Whatever trade you are in, whatever ships you sail in, may your voyages be smooth, trouble-free and at decent rates...
  • World's largest FLNG vessel Prelude starts production
    Inpex has a 17.5% stake in the project and has sealed contracts to supply LNG to JERA and Shizuoka Gas
  • DSME wins one more newbuilding LNG carrier
    Separately, DSME says it has settled a dispute with Angolan state oil company Sonangol over two drillships
  • Daily Briefing
    Sinopec suspends two top officials at trading arm | Keppel O&M wins its first newbuild Arctic class LNG bunker tanker...
  • Viewpoint: Trade war trumps green issues at Port of Kalama, Washington
    Kalama sought $11.5m under the US government's Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development programme, to help pay for docks and...
  • NYK secures green loan for methanol-fuelled tanker
    NYK's move comes amid shipowners' efforts to meet the International Maritime Organization's upcoming new environmental regulations
  • Chiwan Wharf rebranded as China Merchants Port Group
    CMG chairman Li Jianhong says the move is significant for the state-owned conglomerate to develop and consolidate the ports business...
  • Woodside kicks off FEED to double Pluto LNG capacity by 2024
    Wood Mackenzie has projected a global LNG supply gap from as early as 2022 due to a lack of new...
  • Suez Canal rebates extended on tanker routes
    Rate reductions, with almost half applying to crude tankers moving from the US Gulf to India, are expected to boost...
  • Cofco jumps on agri-shipping digitalisation bandwagon
    The longer-term aim is to drive greater security, reliability, efficiency and transparency by using digitalisation
  • Keppel O&M wins its first newbuild Arctic class LNG bunker tanker
    This is the third LNG bunker vessel newbuilding contract that Keppel O&M has won so far this year
  • Prince Rupert targets US Midwest markets as terminal hits new throughput record
    Plans call for the highly efficient Fairview Container Terminal, operated by DP World, to nearly double its throughput capacity by 2020

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2018
  • Detention-demurrage fees hit LA-LB port shippers
  • Online giants building air cargo capacity
  • Growth fuels New Orleans plan to double port capacity

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TradeWindsweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2018
  • Maersk looks to beef up land operations
    Danish boxship giant seeks to shed conglomerate status, according to media reports.
  • European boxship sector calls for Brexit changeover period
    European Shippers' Council says governments and businesses need through 2020 at least to prepare for UK's pending departure from EU.
  • Oslo-listed Dof nets new charter with Ithaca
    Dof has inked in a short time charter for one of its platform supply vessels. Ithaca has chartered the 4,150-dwt Skandi Barra (buit 2005) for four months. Financial terms were not disclosed in a statement to the Oslo Stock Exchange today.
  • Sohmen-Pao piled in for BW LPG stock amid forecasts of return to profit
    Andreas Sohmen-Pao's BW Group spent just shy of $10m on BW LPG shares in the run-up to Christmas at a time some analysts believe the Oslo-listed shipowner is poised for a return to profit. Andreas Sohmen-Pao strikes again for BW LPG shares BW Group picks up extra $2m shares in BW LPG Fredriksen purchase sparks Avance Gas shares into life Privately owned BW Group saved its biggest helping unti
  • Seatrans sells veteran chemical tanker in fleet renewal move
    Diversified shipowner Seatrans has sold one of its oldest chemical tankers. Managing director Gisle Kaarbo Rong confirms the 11,900-dwt Trans Borg (built 2000) has been cashed in. Jebsens and Seatrans set up new shipmanagement firm The tanker, which is due for special survey in January 2020, has gone for $5.2m, according to brokers. Some say Jeil International of South Korea is the buyer, but
  • Naftomar of Greece scrapping oldest VLGC
    Naftomar of Greece is selling its oldest VLGC for scrap, sources say. European demolition brokers say the 78,000-cbm Gaz Supplier (built 1990) will go for green recycling in India. BW LPG: no scrap-sale decision yet The ship is understood to have fetched $425 per ldt, or $7.3m, which is said to represent a fall demolition pricing. Naftomar bought the vessel as Gas Leo from Astomos Energy Corp
  • Angelicoussis aframax tanker sparks sales rumours
    Rumours of an aframax sale by major Greek owner John Angelicoussis sent the pulses of some shipbrokers racing in the typically quiet Christmas period. TradeWinds, however, understands that the ship in question is not on the S&P market at all. According to some reports emerging throughout December, Angelicoussis company Maran Tankers has agreed to sell the 105,300-dwt Maran Saggita (built 2009)
  • Unipec president one of two officials suspended
    Unipec has suspended two leading officials following losses at the trading arm of Chinese state oil company Sinopec, news wires report. Unipec president Chen Bo and senior Communist Party representative Zhan Qi have both been suspended for "work related reasons", Bloomberg and Reuters reported. Ling Yiqun, a vice president at Sinopec, will take over the duties of both men, Bloomberg said. Chen
  • Stifel sounds alarm as LNG newbuilding orders hit highest since 2004
    LNG carrier newbuilding orders have spiked to the highest level since the global financial crisis with this year seeing the most ships contracted since 2004, Stifel says. Gaslog returns to Samsung for more LNG carrier newbuilds LNG shipowners set to home in on yard options as year ends Shell confirms LNG ship charters with TMS Cardiff Gas and Sovcomflot Following GasLog's double order at Samsu
  • Economou ends 2018 owning more than 80% of Dryships
    As 2018 winds down, George Economou's already huge stake in Dryships has only gotten larger. According to Securities and Exchange Commission filings, the Greek tycoon owns 82.5% - or 72.4 million - of the New York-traded outfits' outstanding shares through SPII Holdings, an increase of nearly 12% since the year started. Plaintiffs in Texas lawsuit ordered to pay costs to Economou DryShips to bu
  • GNMTC fears 'fake loan' tanker being prepared for sale
    General National Maritime Transport Company fears an aframax tanker detained for more than a year in Bulgaria is being prepared for sale. GNMTC crew forced from tanker at hub of 'fake loan' dispute in Bulgaria Criminal cases mulled as GNMTC fights 'fake loan' GNMTC fighting 'fake loan' arrest case in Bulgaria The 116,000-dwt Badr (built 2008) was arrested in Burgas last November and a fresh tw
  • Daewoo takes December LNG carrier tally to six
    South Korean shipbuilder moves within 7% of annual newbuilding target with latest contract.
  • Gaslog returns to Samsung for more LNG carrier newbuilds
    Peter Livanos-backed owner says Cheniere has exercised options to charter more tonnage.
  • Kum takes up the reins at Atlantic Navigation
    Singapore offshore veteran named as non-executive chairman after change in share ownership.

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American Shipperweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2018
  • Commentary: Trends of the economic superpowers
    BlueWater Reporting says the United States and China will continue to drive world trade.
  • Report says Maersk eyeing trucking, warehousing
    CEO Soren Skou tells Financial Times the company needs to do acquisitions in the logistics space.
  • Port of New York/New Jersey chassis supply improves
    TRAC Intermodal says inventory optimization as well as new and added equipment have eased shortages.
  • Computer firms named in infringement complaint
    Tela Innovations named Acer, Asus, Lenovo and others in a complaint to the ITC alleging infringement of companies' imports on Tela's intellectual property rights.
  • Japan trade negotiation objectives released
    With talks set to start as early as mid-January, the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative shared its vision for approaching customs and trade remedies.
  • Second round of INFRA investment on horizon
  • USTR launches 2019 'Special 301' review process
  • NYK nets green loan for methanol-fueled tanker

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2018
  • Kuwait's new oil minister pledges support for OPEC cuts
    Still maintains goal of output of 4 million b/d by 2020.
  • Crude settles lower amid volatile equity session
    Brent-WTI spread moves to narrowest since August.
  • FUTURES 1: Crude down post overnight rally, awaits US stock data
    Wall Street's strong rebound on Wednesday inspires gains across to Asia even as the market ponders about the sustainability of this change with the light volume that accompanied.

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