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31 March 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 15:15 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
DECEMBER 16, 2019
  • Asia-Europe rates surge 11.6pc to US$893 per TEU, USWC slump 9.2pc at $1,370/FEU
  • Abu Dhabi to spend US$1b on Khalifa Port expansion
  • ONE goes digital making ocean freight slots available on NYSHEX
  • Savannah handled 363,000 TEU in November as growth continues
  • 10pc world box fleet to be fitted with scrubbers before IMO 2020
  • Pollution from shipping continues as sector remains outside of Paris accord
  • US, Vietnam signs customs assistance agreement
  • Geodis tops shipping record over Thanksgiving, Cyber Monday
  • Bollore picks Oz autonomous mobile robot as warehouse retriever
  • UPS expands its urgent shipment services to 40 more countries
  • Two new air cargo services link China's Xi'an to India's Chennai and Mumbai
  • Air France KLM has a new head of cargo to succeed Marcel de Nooijer

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Exim Indiaweb site
DECEMBER 15, 2019
  • International trade & global economy seen cooling down
  • Manifestation of Triangular trade in Commercial Transactions
  • Navis to upgrade stowage planning tool StowMan
  • Shipbuilding financial assistance policy being implemented
  • More onions being imported
  • Air quality sensor at Port of Rotterdam checks sulphur emissions from shipping
  • Govt focused on enhancing port connectivity: Minister
  • Maintenance dredging at Gujarat Chemical Port Terminal Dahej
  • Cabinet authorises NHAI to set up Infrastructure Investment Trust & monetise National Highway projects
  • Drip Capital partners with BAA to bring alternative financing solutions to Indian export community
  • Nov. exports declined by 0.34 pc due to both domestic & global factors, says FIEO
  • South East Air Cargo Conclave & Awards 2019 soars high in Chennai with top-notch participation & recognition of excellence

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International Transport Journalweb site
DECEMBER 16, 2019
  • Iata expects slight improvements for 2020
  • New rules for road haulage traffic in the EU
  • "Hot" air cargo in Alaska and Australia
  • Transfera thrives in Serbia
  • Combining road haulage and air freight
  • New feeders to be built on dual-fuel LNG-basis
  • United Cargo makes Cape Town debut with WFS
  • ONE takes another step towards digitalisation
  • Project forwarding award for Deugro
  • Pall-Ex delivers 180,000 Christmas trees
  • Planning next steps after latest intermodal launch
  • Iberia to be back in Guayaquil
  • Another generation of MOL-vessels
  • Switzerland: efficient railfreight even on the last mile
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • DHL tests cargo bikes in New York
  • New head for Britannia's Greek Office
  • Ethiopian Airlines next week, next year

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The Loadstarweb site
DECEMBER 13, 2019
  • Xmas bonus for box carriers as demand soars and spot rates rocket
  • OK, Brexit ahead: now tell us how we keep cross-border goods moving, says UK freight
  • APMM's Vado Gateway container terminal finally open for business
  • Lack of standards a major hurdle for IoT and Bluetooth adoption
  • Maersk opens logistics centre in Vietnam to meet sourcing demand
  • MSC defends its carbon footprint
  • On the wires: Skou pilots Maersk to one record after another. Unstoppable on all counts?
  • Supply chain radar: Expeditors - I do it my way

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Marine Logweb site
DECEMBER 13, 2019
  • Blount Boats joins Green Marine
    Warren, R.I., based Blount Boats, Inc. has become the eighth shipbuilder to join Green Marine, a voluntary environmental certification program for North America's maritime industry. The program encourages participants to reduce their
  • MacGregor deck handling solution supports Chinese icebreaker operation
    Two Chinese polar icebreakers, Xue Long (Snow Dragon) and Xue Long 2, are working together for the first time during China's 36th Antarctic expedition, Xue Long 2 is China's first domestically built
  • VIDEO: Kawasaki launches liquefied hydrogen carrier
    Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd.'s Kobe, Japan, shipyard recently held a naming and launch ceremony for Suiso Frontier (Kawasaki hull no. 1740), the world's first liquefied hydrogen carrier. This vessel was developed to
  • EPA moves to ease availability of IMO 2020 compliant fuel
    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is revising key regulatory text to ensure that U.S. refiners and suppliers can permissibly distribute IMO 2020 compliant marine fuel for use in ships operating outside
  • Lightering of fuel from Golden Ray completed
    Another milestone has been reached in the ongoing efforts to remove the capsized car carrier Golden Ray, which has remained resting on its side in St. Stephen's Sound. Georgia, since September 8.

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Lloyd's Listweb site
DECEMBER 13, 2019
  • Abducted crew member dies as three more are released
    Three of the four abducted crew members of the Elka Aristotle tanker were released, but a fourth died while being...
  • UK industry urges new government to work on boosting maritime
    Seafarers, ports and the wider industry faces challenges ahead, industry groups warn new UK government
  • Trafigura sees inefficiencies in bunker delivery supporting freight
    The Geneva-based company needs to debunker up to eight ships with high sulphur fuel oil ahead of the IMO's low...
  • The Top 100: a tale of tension, transition and trade wars
    Geopolitical tension and trade hostility were among the overriding themes of 2019; the Lloyd's List Top 100 People seeks to...
  • Shipping eyes possible short-term boost from growth in biofuels
    A new report about the potential of biofuels in shipping finds that they could cover between 10% and 30% of...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
DECEMBER 13, 2019
  • Shippers need plan to navigate next ELD phase
  • LBCT, ILWU share in terminal automation success
  • Container lines increase detention/demurrage penalties
  • US to cancel, reduce some tariffs under partial trade deal with China
  • UK election result brings measure of clarity on Brexit
  • Asia-Med spot rate soars on pre-CNY demand amid capacity cuts

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TradeWindsweb site
DECEMBER 13, 2019
  • Deutsche Bank set to trim small cap firms from shipping coverage
    Five names expected to fall from German bank's roster of 21 listed owners as analysts take on other sectors.
  • CMA CGM partners with Shell on biofuel for its vessels
    CMA CGM has joined forces with energy giant Shell to run its massive fleet of boxships off of bunker made partially of used cooking oil. The French liner behemoth will acquire "tens of thousands of tons" of the second-generation biofuel from the English company in "a large-scale partnership", the Rodolphe Saade-led owner said. "This quantity, which is unique in the industry, will allow the Group
  • US-China trade deal another positive for tankers, LNG
    With the US and China appearing ready to ink a trade deal, tankers and gas could be sneaky beneficiaries. "The [agricultural] component of the reported deal clearly directly benefits Dry Bulk shipping, though we believe a more meaningful benefit could occur in the LNG and oil markets," wrote Evercore's Jonathan Chappell in a note Friday morning after news broke that the two countries had agreed t
  • Evergreen threatens cash buyer with legal action
    Taiwan's Evergreen is threatening legal action over an alleged non-green scrapping after hearing of it in TradeWinds
  • NYK forms joint venture to provide FPSO to Petrobras
    22-year deal is fourth such project for Brazilian oil company
  • Crewman dies as three other Greek tanker hostages freed
    Shipowner says seafarers released after being kidnapped on 4 November
  • First Elba Island LNG cargo loading gets underway in US
    Maran Gas Maritime vessel looks set to be the first vessel
  • Thomas Miller buys Lodestar's fixed-premium business
    Acquisition is latest development in expansion of UK insurer into fixed-premium market, as Lodestar stops writing new business
  • Mitsubishi Heavy Industries sells one of its largest yards
    Sale would effectively see one of world's largest shipbuilders dramatically run down its newbuilding business
  • Bimco opposes shipping's inclusion in EU emissions-trading scheme
    Shipowners' body says climate ambitions will not be achieved by Europe acting alone
  • UK shipping stocks jump as Brexit uncertainty blown away by election
    Tanker group James Fisher leads the way among maritime shares following Tory landslide
  • MSC hits back after naming and shaming in pollution list
    Swiss boxship giant disputes figures and says it is committed to greener shipping
  • Chandris carries out first S&P deal since 2018
    Greek shipowner returns to the secondhand market amid strong tanker earnings prospects
  • Cleaner for less? NS United reveals LNG-fuelled capesize design
    Japanese shipowner teams with Imabari for emissions-cutting bulker
  • Clipper offloads bulker trio as fleet rebalancing continues
    Handysizes sold into Vietnam after acquisition of more modern trio from Lauritzen
  • Salvors complete removal of bunkers from Golden Ray wreck
    Over 500 people said to have been involved in operation to remove pollution threat from car carrier
  • Los Angeles teams up with Indonesia's Persero to boost trade
    Pacific nations to collaborate on operations, trade competitiveness, port and rail infrastructure
  • Greathorse in talks with 'usual suspects' for $84m sale and leaseback
    Tiger Group-controlled Greathorse is in talks for a leaseback sale of its capesizes, but says no deal is done
  • Former Icon Offshore boss heads for pastures new
    Malaysian OSV company now on the look-out for new chief operating officer

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American Shipperweb site
DECEMBER 13, 2019
  • STB chief predicts legal challenges to railroad rate reform
    Proposal providing relief for shippers could be rolled out next year.
  • Axler's armageddon? Not! XPO shares flourish a year after thrashing
    One year after a sharply negative report sent shares plunging, XPO stock has more than recovered
  • Christmas lights shine a light on shifting trade patterns
    Production of most Christmas lights has moved Cambodia and other Asian countries from China.
  • Freight Futures daily curve: 12/13
    Spot National Trucking Freight Futures contract holds steady at $1.503 during quiet Thursday trading session.
  • Outbound tender volumes continue on nice run
    Peak season has arrived
  • Morgan Stanley sees lower truck capacity, higher rates in 2020
    Morgan Stanley eyeing truck capacity constraints and higher rates in 2020, potentially reaching 2018 levels or higher.
  • Advocacy group fighting restrictions on CDLs for the deaf, hard of hearing
    The National Association of the Deaf believes a federal requirement denying CDLs to individuals with hearing impairments should be rescinded.
  • Canada's Transportation Safety Board investigates crude train derailment
    Accident in Saskatchewan causes 1.5 million-liter crude oil spill.
  • Weekend snowstorms hitting from coast to coast (with forecast video)
    Dozens of states will get hit with snow, ice, wind this weekend. Truckers should expect delays.
  • China and US reach trade deal
    The U.S. and China have reached a deal that will prevent additional U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports from going into effect on Dec. 15.
  • No-deal Brexit chaos still on the table despite emphatic Johnson win
    The U.K. is now almost certain to leave the European Union on Jan. 31. However, a no-deal Brexit remains a possibility.
  • UK election: Johnson promises Brexit, Trump renews trade deal calls
    After electoral win, the newly empowered Conservative Government will push through legislation to ensure the U.K. leaves the European Union as scheduled on Jan. 31.
  • Today's Pickup: KeepTruckin launches developer platform
    Plus: Napa freight company hauls wine in electric truck; Spin E-scooter workers join Teamsters
  • Frustrated employees of Celadon's Mexico carrier continue Nuevo Laredo standoff (with video)
    Employees of Mexican carrier Jaguar Transportation - a subsidiary of bankrupt Celadon Group - continue to protest unpaid wages by blocking the company's Nuevo Laredo,...
  • Augmented intelligence in delivery routes: Humans plus computers maximize opportunity for transformation
    Route-optimization software goes beyond cutting miles to provide real advantages when human brains are freed from planning what trucks go where, when and how.
  • Q&A: Dorian CEO Hadjipateras on LPG surge, trade war, IMO 2020
    An exclusive interview with John Hadjipateras, founder and CEO of NYSE-listed Dorian LPG.
  • Railroads, shippers grapple over revenue adequacy
    Stakeholders address the Surface Transportation Board, which is mulling over whether it should change the way it defines revenue adequacy.
  • Singapore's sovereign wealth fund acquires €950 million logistics real estate in Europe
    GIC, Singapore's wealth fund, has acquired a Pan-European logistics real estate portfolio that has an accumulated industrial space of over 1 million square meters.
  • C.H. Robinson's growth is fueled by tech investment
    C.H. Robinson's commitment to innovation and technology secure it a spot in the top ten of the 2020 FreightTech 25 list.
  • UK shoppers breathe easier after pay deal averts trucker strike
    Labor union inks pay deal to keep Christamas merry

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
DECEMBER 13, 2019
  • External: Global Risk Management
  • Platts proposes including EM Splendour in Singapore Marine Fuel 0.5% MOC
    EM Splendour (IMO 9176981) is operated by Grandeur Pioneer as a floating storage unit at Tanjung Pelepas in southern Malaysia's Johor state.

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