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Sched Netweb site
DECEMBER 30, 2019
  • Box, bulk, cruise lines mull spending US$5 billion on R&D decarbonisation
  • Guangzhou boxes up 10.7pc in 11 months to 21.1 million TEU
  • Box shipping ends year on a high with contracted rates up
  • China blasts US Defence Act and its support for Hong Kong protest
  • South Carolina Ports ends 2019 well, having lifted 2.25 million TEU
  • ICTSI's Polish Baltic Container Terminal hits 500,000 TEU in 2019
  • 2019 marks entry of goliath box ships, technologically-smart vessels
  • China's US soybean imports soar after 'phase one' trade deal kicks in
  • Amsterdam to host ACI's Ship Recycling Congress January 29
  • British lift ban on direct cargo flights to UK after security fix
  • Nippon Cargo Airlines to revamp network to tap sourcing switch
  • AirBridgeCargo, DB Schenker work to improve air cargo data quality

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Exim Indiaweb site
DECEMBER 29, 2019
  • Cabinet grants ex-post facto approval to India-Sweden agreement on recognition of seafarer certificates
  • FMC's new OTI rules now in effect
  • Increase in tonnage dues at Novorossiysk port
  • MbPT's 2020 diary & calendar released
  • Notice of strike at Cochin Port
  • Sanjeev Kumar Pathak takes charge as CMF, JNPT
  • Adani forays into cold chain logistics with acquisition of Snowman Logistics
  • Restructured Railway Board to focus on providing better services to customers: Chairman
  • Rewari-Madar section of Western DFC sees first trial run of double stack train
  • Anti-evasion wing of CGST Delhi detects GST fraud of INR 241 cr.
  • Grievance Redressal Committee to resolve issues related to GST, says Finance Ministry
  • Huge potential seen in export of agri-based commodities

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The Loadstarweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2019
  • On the wires: The FckdEx or FredEx conundrum. Either way, is anybody buying?
  • Supply chain radar: The contract logistics battleground - where's the growth?

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Marine Logweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2019
  • USCG sets 2020 minimum random drug testing rate
    The Towing Vessel Inspection Bureau (TVIB) reports that the U.S. Coast Guard has set the calendar year 2020 minimum random drug testing rate at 50% of covered crew members. The minimum random
  • MOL and NYK to order LNG-fueled coal carriers
    Japan's Kyushu Electric Power Co., Inc. has entered into long term transportation contracts agreements with Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK) and Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd (MOL) that will see the two companies
  • Matson takes delivery of first Kanaloa Class ConRo
    Matson, Inc. (NYSE: MATX) yesterday took delivery of its newest vessel, the largest combination container / roll-on, roll-off (ConRo) ship ever built in the United States, from General Dynamics NASSCO shipyard in
  • HMD to build four 1,800 TEU Con-Green box ships for Evergreen
    South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Mipo Dockyard (HMD) has won a KRW 110 billion (about $95 million) order to build four 1,800 TEU containerships for Taiwan's Evergreen Marine Corporation. The vessels, each of
  • Italian yard selected to build LNG bunkering vessel
    The Rosetti Marino shipyard in Ravenna, Italy, has been selected to build a Semi-Ballastable Barge Transporter (SBBT) LNG/MDO bunkering vessel. With a capacity of 4,000 cu.m of LNG and 1,000 cu.m of
  • Bulker master pleads guilty to operating vessel while intoxicated
    Vadim Humenyuk last week pleaded guilty to operating a commercial cargo ship in San Francisco Bay while intoxicated, announced U.S. Attorney David L. Anderson and U.S. Coast Guard Captain of the Port

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Lloyd's Listweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2019
  • The LNG Outlook
    LNG developers are locked in a stiff competition to get new capacity off the ground. Some have taken on the...
  • The LPG Outlook
    Even as sentiment for liquefied petroleum gas shipping is veering towards an improvement in the fortunes of owners as 2020...
  • The Tanker Outlook
    The 2020 fortunes of the crude and tanker market can be distilled into five elements - sanctions, storage, scrubbers, sulphur and...
  • Turkish cargoship sees third grounding in a decade
    Zelek Star was carrying cement and other goods from Greece to Israel when stormy weather forced the vessel away from...
  • Strategic re-think at Ardent results in new CEO and HQ
    Strategic re-think will see the company move away from decommissioning and focus on emergency management
  • Yamal LNG starts transhipping at Zeebrugge
    Novatek touts the transhipment hub at Zeebrugge as improving the reliability of its exports from Yamal LNG to Asia and...
  • SembMarine secures $406m in offshore contracts
    SembMarine has engineering expertise in catering to different geographies and operating environments
  • Keppel nets $118m in scrubber and ballast water retrofits
    Keppel O&M has secured retrofits for 108 scrubbers and 97 BWTSs to date
  • Japan to send destroyer on one-year Middle East deployment
    Industry players welcomed the decision, adding that it would enhance safe passage of ships in the region
  • Vietnam greenlights project and moves closer to importing US LNG
    Vietnam may start importing LNG from the US as early as from 2023 if the Bac Lieu LNG-to-power project takes...
  • Hornbeck Offshore to appeal delisting from New York Stock Exchange
    In October, Hornbeck chief executive Todd Hornbeck acknowledged that the firm's third quarter results were 'disappointing' and that 'market conditions...
  • Japanese utility signs up NYK and MOL's first LNG-fuelled coal carriers
    These coal carriers will draw on LNG supplies from a Kyuden subsidiary based in Japan
  • Matson takes delivery of new ro-ro containership from Nassco
    Matson said Lurline also is one of its fastest vessels, with a top speed of 23 knots, helping to ensure...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2019
  • Mexican truckers face depressed rate market
  • ARO 2020: Digital freight brokers team up with established TMS firms
  • ARO 2020: US LTL sector pursues density in Amazon era
  • ARO 2020: China tariffs, e-commerce squeezing US customs brokers
  • ARO 2020: Despite improving MPV/HL market, thin margins the new normal
  • ARO 2020: Asia-Europe rate increases likely to be short-lived

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TradeWindsweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2019
  • US Customs changes Jones Act stance on ship equipment
    Decision will impact offshore industry, law firm BlankRome says
  • Diana Shipping to offload older panamax
    Transaction marks eighth vessel sale amid a series of share buybacks in past 12 months
  • Nord/LB gets $3.17bn cash injection
    German ship financier completes capital restructuring
  • Songa boxship runs into Bosphorus shore
    2,000-teu Songa Iridium (built 2008) to undergo inspection after hitting land at narrowest point of Turkish Straits, media say
  • Curtain comes down on key capesize index
    End of an era as Baltic Exchange stops publishing iconic coal route
  • Stena Bulk scraps last pre-2000 built tanker
    Company opts for green recycling of the 126,000-dwt Stena Sirita (built 1999)
  • Former Braemar director fined by UK financial watchdog
    Kevin Gorman failed to disclose personal trading
  • Japan sends warship to the Middle East Gulf
    Destroyer will protect Japanese oil supplies
  • European yards call on EU to safeguard 1 million jobs
    Sea Europe says its members are under threat from unfair competition
  • Deutsche Bank sees happy holidays for scrubber investors
    Price spread of IMO 2020 compliant fuels to widen to record high, boosting firms that bet on scrubbers, analysts say
  • Harry PapachristouUS Customs changes Jones Act stance on ship equipment
    Decision will impact offshore industry, law firm BlankRome says
  • Diana Shipping to offload older panamax
    Transaction marks eighth vessel sale amid a series of share buybacks in past 12 months
  • Nord/LB gets $3.17bn cash injection
    German ship financier completes capital restructuring
  • Songa boxship runs into Bosphorus shore
    2,000-teu Songa Iridium (built 2008) to undergo inspection after hitting land at narrowest point of Turkish Straits, media say
  • Curtain comes down on key capesize index
    End of an era as Baltic Exchange stops publishing iconic coal route
  • Stena Bulk scraps last pre-2000 built tanker
    Company opts for green recycling of the 126,000-dwt Stena Sirita (built 1999)
  • Former Braemar director fined by UK financial watchdog
    Kevin Gorman failed to disclose personal trading
  • Japan sends warship to the Middle East Gulf
    Destroyer will protect Japanese oil supplies
  • European yards call on EU to safeguard 1 million jobs
    Sea Europe says its members are under threat from unfair competition
  • Deutsche Bank sees happy holidays for scrubber investors
    Price spread of IMO 2020 compliant fuels to widen to record high, boosting firms that bet on scrubbers, analysts say
  • Evergreen places feeder containership order worth $112m
    Evergreen powers ahead with fleet renewal as fourth order for the year is signed
  • OSG expands with four suezmax tankers in Alaska Tanker takeover deal
    OSG buys over Alaska Tanker Company fleet in deal that sees it assume full control of the company

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American Shipperweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2019
  • 2019 Recap: Highlighting the best of 'Fuller Speed Ahead'
    CEO Craig Fuller provides exclusive industry insights found only on FreightWavesTV.
  • Today's pickup: Smith's candor; Target on-target
    FedEx's Fred Smith speaks candidly about the future. Target kicks e-commerce butt.
  • Drilling Deep: Trucking and Wall Street, 2019
    Drilling Deep podcast host John Kingston joins with his colleague FreightWaves Finance Editor Todd Maiden to discuss how the trucking industry did on Wall Street...
  • LNG: The next major marine fuel?
    A global effort is underway to slash harmful emissions from ocean-going ships. Liquefied natural gas will likely play an important - but only partial -...
  • Poinsettias, handmade glass ornaments among Mexico's key Christmas exports
    The Christmas trade is big business in Mexico, which exports everything from ornaments to holiday candy to the United States and other parts of the...
  • Maritime History Notes: Hazards of the sea
    Cargo on board a ship has frequently been the cause of damage or total loss.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2019
  • IMO sulfur cap, new capacity complicate refinery fortunes in 2020
    The global low sulfur cap on marine fuel from January and the ramping up of additional capacity in 2020 are likely to have contrasting impacts.
  • Shipowners rush to de-bunker HSFO as IMO 2020 looms
    Off-spec bunkers are finding their way on board ships even though samples are drawn before loading.
  • Crude settles in black after large US draw
    Gains come after uptick in refinery demand weighed on US crude oil inventories last week.
  • Sur de Texas connection to Mexico gas grid bullish for cross-border flows
    US natural gas exports to Mexico could see significant upside heading into the new year.
  • Trump administration revises Jones Act framework for oil, gas operations
    US maritime industry fears the revisions could potentially alter a century of legal precedent governing movement of key commodities between US ports.
  • Singapore MF 0.5%/380 CST HSFO bunker price spread widens to record high
    Buying activity has rapidly declined for 380 CST high sulfur bunker fuel since November.
  • Expectations of US crude draw push oil market to three-month highs
    Markets were supported by bullish forecasts from the American Petroleum Institute.




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