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Sched Netweb site
NOVEMBER 29, 2019
  • Greece urges IMO to delay sulphur cap until safety risks resolved
  • Asian Logistics & Maritime Conference airs HK trends and challenges
  • Six million containers a year could be carrying misdeclared hazmat
  • Italy allows African migrants from Spanish rescue ship to disembark
  • Sod turning at 700,000-TEU Jaxport Blount Island container terminal
  • South Carolina ports boxes increased 7pc to 217,360 TEU since July
  • Melbourne port's 30-year plan calls for upgrades to boost rail freight
  • Singapore's PSA International renames Halterm holding 'PSA Halifax'
  • US International Trade Commission rules Mexican fruit was dumped
  • Eco lobbies press IMO to speed decarbonisation of shipping by 2050
  • Shenzhen's SF Express launches bond sale to raise cash for freighters
  • Budapest's Cargo City plans to divert air freight from rivals and trucks
  • Sichuan Airlines starts twice weekly Brussels-to-Xian cargo service

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Exim Indiaweb site
NOVEMBER 28, 2019
  • EC decides to extend block exemption regulation for container shipping consortia
  • Positive trend seen in container ocean freight rates in Nov.
  • Cargo handling industry experts move to prevent collisions at ports & terminals
  • DPT's Offshore Oil Terminal at Vadinar celebrates landmark handling of a billion tonnes of cargo
  • JNPT observes 70th Constitution Day
  • Paradip Port looking at 110 mt throughput this fiscal: Chairman
  • Road connecting Kollam port to be widened
  • 100 pc FDI allowed in dedicated rail freight lines & freight terminals
  • NACFS celebrates Silver Jubilee with get-together & thought-provoking deliberation
  • Coal production up by 164.58 mt in 5 years, says Minister
  • Govt reaffirms commitment to boost exports
  • India's GDP growth in Q2 FY20 projected to be at 4.7 pc

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International Transport Journalweb site
NOVEMBER 29, 2019
  • Hupac introduces new East-West solution via Kaliningrad
  • Virgins with more capacity to Asia, Africa and USA
  • UK pallet network honoured
  • Indigo increases visibility and cargo shares
  • 24plus integrates Zufall hubs into its network
  • Désirée Baer to become CEO of SBB Cargo
  • Ports continue to grow more than last year, says Drewry
  • India invests in its rail system on a grand scale
  • Hapag-Lloyd deploys more vessels in the East Med
  • Cartonplast Group opens new site
  • Bansard strengthens its management team
  • Sweden and Switzerland: new pharma targets
  • UIC: Railway safety achieves a record high
  • Steerprop appoints new CEO
  • Ekol Logistics and UBV join forces
  • bremenports improves its climate balance
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Flying Whales and small AI-controlled airships

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The Loadstarweb site
NOVEMBER 28, 2019
  • CMA CGM-Ikea trial shows bio-fuel can be a green solution for shipping
  • Latest global trade barometer readings are 'sobering' and 'gloomy'
  • THE Alliance formally adopts HMM as a new member and boosts 'contingency fund'
  • The biggest challenge for forwarders in India is getting cargo through the airports
  • Capacity crunch or no capacity crunch? That is the seasonal question

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Marine Logweb site
NOVEMBER 28, 2019
  • AWO comments on proposed revisions to electronic chart and publications requirements
    On November 4, the American Waterways Operators submitted comments on proposed revisions to U.S. Coast Guard requirements relating to the use of electronic charts and publications in lieu of paper charts, maps

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Lloyd's Listweb site
NOVEMBER 28, 2019
  • Shipping used to police sanctions, forum hears
    Unilateral US bans on Iranian shipping, oil and petrochemical exports in place throughout 2019 have placed global shipping at the...
  • Investor shuns Qatar newbuilding investment on governance concerns
    So-called ESG policies, considering environment, social and governance principles, are increasingly important in investment capital decisions, says Marine Capital chief...
  • Fitch maintains a negative shipping sector outlook
    The US-based agency, however, has a stable ratings outlook based on expectations of flat-to-higher average freight rates in 2020
  • 'Rebooted' Ince seeks Asian partnerships
    'Ince had not enjoyed terrific success in the three years before Gordon Dadds arrived. I would say the most difficult...
  • The Lloyd's List Outlook 2020 Survey
    We want your views on the big questions that will determine the shipping market outlook for 2020
  • Majority of German owners turn to low-sulphur fuel
    Verband Deutscher Reeder survey finds little interest in scrubbers among German owners
  • Atlantic Bulk Carriers orders ultramax duo
    Online valuer estimates the 61,000 dwt vessels at more than $25m apiece
  • Maersk announces jobs cuts
    Job losses are part of an efficiency initiative but numbers are yet to be confirmed
  • Lack of digital standardisation is a growing issue
    The recent growth in broadband capacity available at sea has accelerated the capabilities of shipping companies to collect and share...
  • Container shipping demand outlook remains weak
    Carriers have little to look forward to in the new year if the US goes ahead with its December 15...
  • CMA CGM completes successful biofuel trial
    Use of waste cooking oil and forest residuals provides HFO-equivalent fuel with lower sulphur and carbon emissions
  • SSE and CargoSmart unveil liner reliability report
    According to the Global Carrier Schedule Performance data, the top five reliable players from January to October 2019 were Wan...
  • Viewpoint: A breath of sea air
    It is not unreasonable to point out to politicians that almost all of the factors that caused the disappearance of...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Greece's National Bank sells impaired shipping loans | Frontline secures funding from China for 10 tankers |...
  • Maersk invests in IoT networking provider
    Maersk looks to cellular start-up to provide connectivity between tracking devices
  • K Line and FueLNG team up on LNG bunker
    K Line says the partnership will combine its shipmanagement and LNG transport experience with FueLNG's bunkering expertise
  • US oil and gas exports set to rise
    'The emerging energy surplus will make the US less vulnerable to foreign energy-related politics and facilitate growing exports' - Rystad...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
NOVEMBER 28, 2019
  • Europe shippers vow to fight carrier block exemption
  • Russia sanctions end allows Europe food exports via rail to China
  • Maersk invests in telecom startup to link assets

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TradeWindsweb site
NOVEMBER 28, 2019
  • Fitch stays negative on shipping sector as risks mount
    Ratings agency says longer record of capacity management needed to strengthen industry's resilience
  • CMES wants Chinese state owners to muscle in on Hong Kong shipping
    VLCC giant says companies should team up with private firms to take a more active role in territory's industry
  • Rosatom plans large-scale Arctic transhipments from 2027
    Russian nuclear agency assessing potential of expanded use of controversial Northern Sea Route
  • Sun Enterprises ties up suezmax with Chevron
    One-year deal with US energy giant is the latest by S Livanos in conservative chartering strategy
  • SSY gets big on data with Marine Benchmark partnership
    Shipbroker plans to provide big data and real-time analytics to its clients using the Swedish company's technology
  • Conservative shipowners find front cover for MR product tankers
    Shipowners have been fixing vessels on time charter at current rates, rather than laying a wager on future levels
  • Union to protest after Condor Ferries sold to Columbia Threadneedle
    RMT wants to see new contract for lifeline services to boosts job numbers
  • IMO chief calls for 'concrete action' on climate change
    Kitack Lim said shipping's decarbonisation efforts must now be "accelerated".
  • Shipowners' Club bucks trend with lower general increase
    UK P&I insurer says 5% rise comes after six years of stable premium costs
  • Crew saved after Jutha Maritime cargoship capsizes
    18 seafarers rescued after Nordana Sophie took on water in engine room off Vietnam
  • Nord/LB provisions slashed after another $992m of shipping disposals
    German lender's retreat from the maritime sector to be almost completed by the end of 2021.
  • Insider scoops up NEL Lines' auctioned ferries
    Passengerships Aeolos Kenteris 1 and Theofilos sold to Cretan outfit ANEN, which is led by lawyer and former board member of NEL
  • Ince on the hunt for partners as profit rises
    London-listed legal group aims to boost operations in Singapore and Dubai in particular
  • Atlantic Bulk Carriers returns to Hyundai Vinashin for ultramaxes
    Greek outfit doubles orderbook at Vietnamese yard with pair of scrubber-free bulkers
  • Greece's Vrontados reveals kamsarmax orders at Sasebo
    Traditional Greek shipowner substitutes older supramaxes with larger newbuildings
  • Two more shipping lenders sign up to Poseidon Principles
    French bank and Norwegian export credit agency take the number of green finance initiative's signatories to 15
  • Can Russia really make a case for its move on the Arctic?
    Vladimir Putin has made it clear that realising the potential wealth of the Arctic is a priority of his presidency
  • Dof posts $232m loss as impairments hit
    But Norwegian owner says good progress made in vital refinancing talks
  • China's new shipyard giant poised for $4bn newbuilding order spree
    Newcastlemax bulkers are expected to form the lion's share of CSSC contracts
  • BULL moves on Maersk Tankers LR2 product tanker quartet
    Indonesian tanker player takes four LR2s in enbloc deal worth $83m
  • Oriental Energy opens up on split with Kunlun over US sanctions
    LPG player ends an expensive relationship after Washington acts against Chinese shipowner
  • K Line to manage FueLNG's LNG bunker newbuilding
    Japanese owner said vessel will be the first of its kind to offer ship-to-ship refueling
  • Knife wielding robbers target Greek panamax in Singapore Strait
    Incident one of two to take place in less than 24 hours in one of world's busiest waterways
  • Chinese 'most comfortable' with autonomous shipping
    Adoption of fully automated shipping will take decades, not years finds study by law firm Kennedys
  • Voyager I Brazil oil spill theory debunked
    Brazilian researcher's suspicions of Greek-managed VLCC were based on faulty data

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American Shipperweb site
NOVEMBER 28, 2019
  • Truck inspection at Canada-US border yields 50 kilograms of suspected cocaine
    Trucker arrested attempting to enter Ontario from Michigan after Canada Border Service Agency officers find bricks hidden in boxes.
  • Thanksgiving volatility shifts power in carriers' direction
    The DHL Supply Chain Pricing Power Index moves towards the carriers for the first time since early September.
  • Texas chemical plant explosions could affect North American tire, rubber production
    A chemical manufacturing complex in southeast Texas was rocked by several explosions on Nov. 27, affecting production of synthetic rubber used for tires and hoses...
  • Today's Pickup: UPS employees charged in drug-smuggling case
    Court indicts a few UPS employees for drug trafficking; EU commercial vehicle registrations decline; pop-up electric charging stations come up in Oxford.
  • Mexico tops list of international importer of Christmas trees from Oregon and Washington
    With Christmas less than a month away, shipments of fresh-cut Christmas trees from U.S. producers are in full swing. Oregon leads the nation in Christmas...
  • Financial turmoil clouds future of Scottish air cargo airport
    Government mulling options as rescue bid stalls
  • Peter Levesque to become president at Ports America
    Peter Levesque is joining Ports America as president next year, after nine years at Modern Terminals in Hong Kong.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
NOVEMBER 28, 2019
  • Crude, products settle lower on US storage builds
  • Monjasa ups credit facilities by $160 million in preparation for IMO 2020
    At current crude oil prices the bunker industry may need as much as $4 billion more working capital to meet the higher fuel bills next year, Lina Molfetas, senior bunker trader at KPI Bridge Oil, said in October.
  • Lukoil may halve HSFO output at foreign refineries in 2020
  • HSFO crack spreads at record lows as IMO 2020 looms
    Global cracks for high sulfur fuel oil have weakened sharply over the past two months after a year of abnormal strength.
  • External: Global Risk Management

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