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Exim Indiaweb site
  • Carriers showing resilience despite pandemic, says report
  • HFW acts on sale of almost half of Swiss maritime fleet
  • ZIM's new subsidiary company offers full range of cyber security services tailor-made for the maritime industry
  • GSTR-2A improved for displaying details of goods import
  • Shrimp exports down in July
  • APM Terminals Pipavav receives award for overall community support initiatives
  • Adani Airports to acquire controlling interest in Mumbai Airport
  • Deutsche Post DHL Group will emerge stronger from this crisis, says CEO
  • Globally harmonised recommendations for safe re-opening of commercial air services on the anvil
  • ICT to be set up at Nashik airport
  • Railways to permit up to eight tonnes of parcel cargo in private trains
  • RoRo service flagged off from Bengaluru to Solapur
  • India, US, China stress importance of strengthening regional supply chains to fight Covid-19
  • India's GDP nosedives by 23.9 pc in Q1 FY21
  • Potential for Indian businesses in Panama highlighted
  • Govt should not run commercial entities like airports, airlines: Minister

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International Transport Journalweb site
  • More options for road trains in NSW Australia
  • Diesel and propellers: technology for the future?
  • Digital access to rail system now online
  • Swiss Post takes over notime
  • Pall-Ex appoints operations director
  • Global maritime capacities coming back
  • New coupling mechanism to strengthen railfreight
  • Harder logistics wins removal contract
  • Pharma logistics providers praise cooperation
  • Dachser Shenzhen relocates
  • Maersk reshuffles its brands
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • North Highland acquires Logistipoint Consulting
  • Kansas City Southern picks vice president
  • Indian Railways seizes opportunity
  • New Japanese tugs for Indian ports
  • San Francisco today, Boston tomorrow

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The Loadstarweb site
  • APMM to axe Damco and Safmarine brands in restructure 'affecting 27,000 jobs'
  • Cheaper air-sea logistics gaining popularity with Australia's importers
  • Protestors claim Manston air cargo hub developer is not playing by the rules
  • DCSA's Thomas Bagge and the quest to digitise container shipping
  • Air cargo recovery continues amid improving economic activity, says IATA
  • Swissport under new ownership following debt-for-equity swap

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Marine Logweb site
  • Mitsubishi introduces 1,260 hp EPA Tier 4 marine engine
    Mitsubishi Turbocharger and Engine America (MTEA) has announced the introduction of Mitsubishi's new, mechanically controlled, EPA Tier 4, 1,260-horsepower heavy-duty marine propulsion engine. The Tier 4, Mitsubishi S12R Tier 4 is a
  • Australia bans bulker whose over-contract crew walked off
    In a case that illustrates the ongoing impacts of the crew change crisis, the Hong Kong registered bulker Unison Jasper has now been banned from Australian waters ports for six months.. The
  • Autonomous freight ferries will feature Kongsberg and Massterly solutions
    Norwegian grocery distributor ASKO has awarded Kongsberg Maritime and Massterly (a Kongsberg Wilhelmsen joint venture) contracts to supply solutions for the two autonomous, all electric freight ferries it has on order at
  • Port of Corpus Christi and City of Port Aransas settle Harbor Island spat
    Two Texas neighbors, the Port of Corpus Christi and the City of Port Aransas, have reached an agreement on the future development of Harbor Island. They say the agreement "amicably resolves all
  • Chevron Suezmax is first ship to qualify for ABS SMART MHM notation
    ABS and Chevron Shipping Company LLC have taken the first step in an ambitious digital fleet management project. The Suezmax lightering vessel Pegasus Voyager has become the first vessel in the Chevron
  • Latest modern riverboat completes successful sea trials
    Guilford, Conn., headquartered American Cruise Lines reports that American Jazz, the latest in its series of five modern riverboats, has successfully passed its sea trials. Last week, with the U.S. Coast Guard

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Lloyd's Listweb site
  • Panama strives to become top maritime hub
    Infrastructure was crucial to attaining Panama's vision of being a top maritime hub. The country, which is trying to shake...
  • From the News Desk: Tightening timelines towards carbon-neutral shipping
    More shipping companies have committed to accelerate their plans towards a carbon-neutral future, while vessels calling at ports in South...
  • Time is right for electronic bills of lading
    EBills are touted as quick, cheap, and at least as safe as their paper-based equivalents, but concerns over cyber security...
  • Seadrill offers up oil services stakes in restructuring talks
    Rig operator Seadrill has offered stakes in Archer and Seabras to holders of its new secured notes. To carry out...
  • Libyan crude exports return is short-lived as oilfield production halted
    Two tankers export first crude from Marsa el Brega port since January as country's national oil company closes biggest oilfield
  • Crude tanker fleet growth forecast to accelerate
    A huge orderbook and a young average age of vessels will drive an increase in the size of the crude...
  • Law firm WFW appoints Paleokrassas as co-head of maritime
    Athens-based George Paleokrassas has been appointed co-head of the maritime practice at Watson Farley & Williams, where he will jointly...
  • Tug helping Wakashio collides with barge leaving two dead
    Update: A tug pulling a barge collided with each other, leaving two crew dead. The vessels were said to be...
  • Yara offers accelerator programme for greener shipping
    Norwegian scrubber maker Yara Marine Technologies is offering office space, mentoring, a $10,000 grant and possible investment to a young...
  • Box freight rates defy expectations
    As shoppers return to stores, retailers are restocking inventories. This is pushing up cargo demand
  • Stolt-Nielsen buys five chemical tankers
    The five ships, built in China in 2016 and 2017, will replace those that will be retired by the company...
  • Golar LNG's joint venture aims for initial public offering
    Golar LNG's Hygo venture with investment vehicle Stonepeak Infrastructure is planning an initial public offering, with leading banks as bookrunners
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: China Merchants terminal deals with CMA CGM stall amid 'diplomatic' tensions | BW LPG bets on ammonia...
  • Maersk axes Safmarine and Damco amid reorganisation
    Safmarine will cease to operate by the end of 2020. Elsewhere, Damco's Air and LCL products will be combined with...
  • Floating storage unit at risk of sinking off Venezuela
    Nabarima is reported to be in very poor condition and in danger of sinking in the Gulf of Paria in Venezuela...
  • South Korea tightens sulphur cap
    The six ports affected by the new regulatory cap are Incheon, Pyeongtaek-Dangjin, Yeosu, Gwangyang, Busan and Ulsan. Vessels are required to...
  • California targets shipping in crackdown on emissions in ports
    The approvals come despite earlier requests from the state's maritime community, which had sought a delay in the implementation of...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
  • Container shortages fade before peak ag export season
  • Sharp draws in US retail inventories caused stock-outs
  • Transplace buys LeanCor to reach more manufacturers
  • PNW shippers face delays on Vancouver, Prince Rupert congestion
  • Maersk to ditch Safmarine, Damco brands in revamp

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TradeWindsweb site
  • Royal Caribbean executive to represent cruise sector in Europe
  • Hygo Energy Transition reveals extent of global ambition
  • Jotun's new anti-fouling robot to be deployed to 50 ships
  • Class societies move shipping industry towards 'digital twin' concept
  • Catch me if you can: The 179-ship 'black fleet' that US sanctions cannot stop
  • Hermitage Offshore sets October target for sale of OSV fleet
  • Eimskip profit holds up after 10% of staff axed
  • Mauritius: no evidence that Wakashio spill is killing whales
  • Game of Throw Ins: analysts and brokers fight for fantasy football prize
  • Japan Inc launches hydrogen-powered ferry project
  • Catch me if you can: The 179-ship 'black fleet' that US sanctions cannot stop
  • Hermitage Offshore sets October target for sale of OSV fleet
  • Eimskip profit holds up after 10% of staff axed
  • Mauritius: no evidence that Wakashio spill is killing whales
  • Game of Throw Ins: analysts and brokers fight for fantasy football prize
  • Japan Inc launches hydrogen-powered ferry project
  • Pandemic accelerates need to embrace new technology, but Stopford warns 'these things take time'
  • Solstad identifies reasons to be cheerful in OSV slump
  • Eastern Pacific fixes world's first new dual-fuelled LR2s to Gunvor's Clearlake
  • Law firm WFW names George Paleokrassas as new co-head of maritime
  • CH Offshore operations chief Victor Pinto dies aged 46
  • Maersk kills off Safmarine name as it integrates operations further
  • Disaster looms as fragile floating storage unit takes on water off Venezuela
  • Carnival hits its 2020 green goals as it pays fines for environmental crimes
  • Autonomous ship projects that are reshaping what's possible
  • Autonomous shipping: do we know what we're talking about?
  • Where is shipping's Elon Musk and Tesla?
  • Sovcomflot 'realistic' about tanker demand after locking in more ships
  • Australia bans bulker for six months over unpaid crew wages
  • Owners expecting surplus of Middle East VLCCs in 'overcrowded' market
  • MOL extends Mauritius pollution response aid package
  • One dead in fire on tanker newbuilding Samsung Heavy Industries
  • New Golar LNG venture is 'rock star name for rock star company'
  • Bangladesh Shipping Corp in talks over new aframaxes
  • TUI UK joins list of operators selling cruiseships for scrap
  • Genting Hong Kong confirms 'investor interest' in cruise lines
  • DSME faces being left with drillships on its books after Valaris bankruptcy filing

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American Shipperweb site
  • UN urges support for postal, air cargo and express mail operators
    Many postal services were underfunded prior to the coronavirus pandemic and now have extra demands for their service. UN agencies involved in air transport and...
  • Analysis: US airlines eliminate change fees - and thousands of jobs
    U.S. passenger travel seems capped at about 70% of last year's level until there is a coronavirus vaccine. International travel is a dumpster fire -...
  • Why Maersk axed Safmarine and Damco - and what's next
    Layoffs loom. Maersk maintains changes are not about cutting costs amid COVID, but about improving service.
  • Japan Airlines joins Tokyo drone delivery test
    The flagship Japanese airline joins other transportation and technology providers to develop urban freight delivery capabilities with drones.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
  • Singapore MPA's enhanced crew change steps to have limited impact on bunkering
    Ship owners, managers, agents to ensure pre-departure coronavirus tests carried out.
  • Lloyd's Register, Methanol Institute launch methanol bunkering guidance
    Bunker industry has been looking to a range of potential fuels, such as methanol and LNG, to reduce its GHG emissions.
  • Pricing for marine fuel 0.5%S in Balboa, Houston jumps on tight supply, wholesale values
    Bullish crude complex also plays role in recent bunkers price increases.
  • Crude up as strong US, China data boost demand outlook
    Crude prices pulled back from early-session highs as dollar strengthens in late trading.

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