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22 October 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 13:22 GMT+2

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Exim Indiaweb site
  • A.P. Moller-Maersk announces changes in Ocean & Logistics to enhance customer experience
  • CMA CGM to withdraw Low Sulphur Surcharge from Oct.
  • New global structure across Hamburg Süd & Maersk for increased customer proximity
  • Limit imposed on total rewards under MEIS
  • Tea exports slump
  • APM Terminals Pipavav's board approves INR 700 cr. expansion plan
  • Coal India to invest in connectivity & other key projects for self-reliance
  • More facilities moving to API with PCS 1x
  • India, Australia & Japan call for supply chain resilience in the Indo-Pacific
  • Transworld Group recognised as one of the Top 50 Middle East's Best Workplaces for 2020

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International Transport Journalweb site
  • ITJ Video News
  • Door to door delivery between UK and Turkey
  • UN: support express, air mail and cargo operators!
  • MOL's permanent Mauritius team
  • Geodis launches parcel service
  • Road and rail equally hit by corona crisis
  • Fresh hands to head Cargobull Parts & Services
  • First Antonov aircraft without Russian parts
  • Alha and Emirates warming up again
  • Csafe Global expands presence in Taiwan
  • Innovative trucks support recycling in Singapore
  • Japan Ship Centre welcomes new director maritime
  • Setting up new businesses in Rotterdam
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • New services bear first fruits
  • Sievert Logistik joins Logcoop
  • Captrain restructures management
  • Equipment at the SCT
  • African air spaces (not) re-opened

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The Loadstarweb site
  • Carriers follow through with capacity discipline and blank more sailings
  • Passengers now the 'freeloaders', as air cargo keeps the aircraft flying
  • Pandemic accelerates cool chain flows, but pushes up costs, reveals survey
  • Talking heads: industry reactions to the 'difficult decisions' by Maersk
  • EVA Air's new Dreamliners lose appeal against cargo and 777Fs
  • Alibaba strengthens logistics network by doubling stake in YTO Express
  • Supply chain radar: Windows on the (air & ocean) world, by DSV Panalpina

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Marine Logweb site
  • Greg Hutchison named President of Fullen Dock & Warehouse
    Fullen Dock & Warehouse, a full-service Mississippi River terminal, warehousing, trucking, aggregates supply and logistics company, has appointed Greg Hutchison as President of the company. In this role, Hutchison will be responsible
  • Successful trial of remote surveys on Sembcorp Marine newbuild
    Bureau Veritas (BV), Nokia and Sembcorp Marine, have successfully completed remote surveys that pave the way for establishing a new class procedure for the remote inspection of vessels under construction. The new
  • Foreship names Benjamin Sward to lead push for U.S. growth
    Helsinki, Finland, headquartered naval architecture and marine engineering firm Foreship Ltd. has appointed Benjamin Sward as President of Foreship LLC. In that role, he will take responsibility for the company's U.S. activities,
  • Harvey Gulf in tri-fuel vessel first
    New Orleans, La., headquartered Harvey Gulf International Marine has completed the installation of a Wärtsilä battery-power system on the PSV Harvey Energy. The PSV was already a dual-fuel vessel capable of fully
  • Atlas Marine Services adds to leadership team
    Taylor, Mich., headquartered marine fueling specialist Atlas Marine Services has made a number of key appointments. Jason Rimington joins Atlas Marine as Director of Operations, bringing with him more than 20 years
  • Brusco Tug & Barge orders two more Robert Allan Ltd. tugs at Diversified Marine
    Portland, Ore., shipbuilder Diversified Marine Inc. has booked an order to build a pair of Robert Allan Ltd. (RAL) RApport 2500 design tugs for Brusco Tug & Barge of Longview, Wash. They
  • Jeffrey Theisen rejoins Philly Shipyard as CFO
    Philly Shipyard, Inc., the sole operating subsidiary of Philly Shipyard ASA (Oslo: PHLY), reports that Jeffrey Theisen will rejoin the company as Chief Financial Officer, effective September 8, 2020. Theisen fills the
  • PrimeServ Lab extends scope of engine fluid analyses
    PrimeServ Lab, which is a department of MAN Energy Solutions' after-sales division - PrimeServ, performs analyses of such fluids as fuel oil, lube oil, cooling water, lube-oil separator control samples and fuel-oil

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Lloyd's Listweb site
  • 'We are calling for help' to end rescue impasse, says Maersk Tankers executive
    Maersk Tankers has urged politicians to accept 27 people rescued by one of its vessels from a small boat in...
  • Tanker rally muted as stocks curb crude seaborne shipments
    Tanker earnings currently at 2020 low as production cuts and a slower-than-anticipated rebound in oil demand seen ahead of the...
  • Freighter with 43 crew missing in typhoon off Japan
    The carrier Gulf Livestock 1 emitted a distress signal in the early hours of Wednesday morning. The Japanese coast guard is conducting...
  • Weekly Briefing: Shanghai leads port list; crude fleet growth; decarbonisation timelines
    China remains the dominant player in the containers market, new port rankings from Lloyd's List show, while the crude tanker...
  • Tunnel vision: Suez Canal Container Terminal eyes gateway gains as landmark project opens window of opportunity
    The road tunnels have created vital links between the east's sparsely populated Sinai Peninsula and Egypt's industrial heartland and capital...
  • Gateway to Europe: Rotterdam's most advanced terminal
    RWG brings a mix of innovations in equipment, processes and digitalisation, as well as organisational innovations
  • Cargill invests in Maersk Tankers' digital spin-off
    Cargill has invested in ZeroNorth and committed its entire operated fleet to use the software, bringing the number of ships...
  • Container shippers face higher contract rates
    Strong peak season demand levels and rising freight rates could lead to higher contract rates in 2021
  • Third body recovered after tug sinks off Mauritius
    Maritime Union of India calls for support for a fair trial of Wakashio's master, Sunil Nandeshwar
  • Green dreamers discouraged from seeking accelerator backing
    Yara Marine Technologies needs to diversify away from scrubbers. One initiative among several agreed by management has been to work...
  • Economic outlook: Signs of normality returning in Chinese trade figures
    Given the exceptional circumstances of the pandemic, it is unsurprising that GDP growth forecasts for 2020 vary widely. It is...
  • Brand power wanes in era of container shipping super-groups
    When container shipping was highly fragmented, establishing a loyal customer base through a quality container line with a recognisable brand...
  • Carriers prepare for post-peak capacity withdrawal
    Carriers have learnt the lesson that managing capacity is far more effective than chasing market share
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Libyan crude exports return is short-lived as oilfield production halted | Maersk axes Safmarine and Damco amid reorganisation...
  • Grain trade injects life into moribund dry bulk market
    According to BIMCO chief shipping analyst Peter Sand, if exports of soyabeans and corn from the US are strong from the...
  • Maersk Tankers calls for migrant rescue vessel to be allowed to dock
    After rescuing a group of migrants, the tanker Maersk Etienne has been anchored off the coast of Malta for 27 days...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
  • LA-LB truck turn times rising along with imports
  • Instant quoting will be must-have for liner carriers: Maersk CEO
  • Saia freight volumes point to faster LTL growth
  • Carriers, shippers face delays amid East Asia typhoons
  • Cosco's first-half profits sink amid volume decline
  • US sourcing upswing prompts India ocean routing changes

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TradeWindsweb site
  • Dirty scrap metal holds Japanese-owned bulker offshore Texas
  • Analyst Webber jumps on the Hygo bandwagon, sees large shares upside for Golar
  • Volatility seen in LNG shipping as charterers toy with relets
  • Venezuela averts maritime disaster as floating storage unit stabilises
  • Shipping can be 'sink for CO2' by burning methanol
  • Trio of major shipowners poised to share Arc7 LNG newbuildings at DSME
  • Zodiac ties-up neo-panamax charters with ONE of Japan
  • Cargill teams up with Maersk Tankers' digital venture to cut bunker consumption
  • Seawolf continues Ridgebury legal chase as dispute goes international
  • Stock markets deliver knockout results, but can shipping cash in?
  • Trio of major shipowners poised to share Arc7 LNG newbuildings at DSME
  • Zodiac ties-up neo-panamax charters with ONE of Japan
  • Cargill teams up with Maersk Tankers' digital venture to cut bunker consumption
  • Seawolf continues Ridgebury legal chase as dispute goes international
  • Stock markets deliver knockout results, but can shipping cash in?
  • Offshore proves an elephants' graveyard for shipping's big guns
  • Smart money not tempted by newbuild prices near new lows
  • Fears grow for 43 crew as livestock carrier reported missing
  • Norwegian VLCCs secure high period rates despite spot market weakness
  • Delta Offshore Energy opts to go jetty-less for Vietnam LNG project
  • FSL turns down banks to finance new tankers through Chinese lease
  • MSC swoops on former Yang Ming boxship
  • McGill and Partners takes on former JLT marine broker in New York
  • C Solutions to manage Argo's marine claims run-offs
  • Entertainer sues Royal Caribbean for dismissal over mental health
  • Tennor targets new orders after completing Flensburger takeover
  • Oldendorff Carriers in surprise capesize sale to Greek owner new to sector
  • Blockchain can track life cycle emissions of low-carbon fuels
  • Naaman Jensen takes over at Skuld in New York as Andersen retires
  • Maersk Tankers issues distress call as migrant crisis sets dubious record
  • Clarksons says idle crude tanker numbers at highest level in five years
  • Three crew killed as Wakashio tug sinks off Mauritius
  • Klaveness Combination Carriers joins bond rush in Oslo
  • Woolim adds tanker trio at STX while newcomer orders boxships
  • Yangzijiang Shipbuilding adds kamsarmax bulkers to order backlog
  • Vale looks to battery storage to cut energy consumption at ore terminal

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American Shipperweb site
  • Airlines say survival depends on bailouts, reopened borders
    The viability of the airline industry is at stake because COVID has mostly wiped out passenger travel. The group's global trade association is pleading with...
  • Geodis opens European market to US e-tailers
    3PL's MyParcel provides European e-commerce customers a scheduled, yet competitively priced shipping service between existing express and postal.
  • Trump targets steel from Brazil, Mexico
    President Trump's new measures are aimed at addressing steel import issues affecting American producers during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Commentary: Intermodal missed signals? Fumbling so close to the growth goal line?
    Intermodal was supposed to be the growth engine for rail.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
  • Hong Kong Sep marine fuel 0.5% differential inked at minus $12/mt, steady from Aug
    Term contracts for the supply of marine fuel 0.5%s at Hong Kong port in September have been concluded at a discount of around $12/mt to benchmark Singapore 10 ppm cargo assessments, similar to August, Hong Kong-based traders said Sept. 1.
  • S Korea halts bunkering at Busan ahead of Typhoon Maysak: sources
    Almost all bunkering operations at the key southern port of Busan in South Korea were halted from Sept. 1 as Typhoon Maysak was approaching, market sources said Sept. 2.
  • Pandemic to cut global bunker demand by 11%-17% in 2020: Cockett's Saral
    Global marine fuel demand in 2020 will fall 11%-17%, or 29 million-45 million mt, year on year, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the CEO of marine fuel trader Cockett Group said Sept. 2.
  • Heavy distillates stockpiles tumble most in 2020 at Fujairah
    Fujairah oil product stockpiles dropped to a two-week low on Aug. 31, with heavy distillates such as marine bunkers tumbling 14% week on week, the biggest decline since December 2019.
  • Petrobras boosts LSFO supply to Asia in Q3 to gain from higher prices: sources
    Brazil's state-owned Petrobras has raised exports of low sulfur fuel oil to Asia to 600,000-800,000 mt/month in the third quarter from around 500,000 mt/month in late last year, market sources said Sept. 2.
  • Los Angeles bunkers volumes fall for fifth straight month in May: port data
    Deliveries of marine fuel in the Los Angeles market declined again in May, marking the fifth consecutive monthly decline, according to data released by the Port of Los Angeles in the week ending Sept. 5.
  • OIL FUTURES: Oil retreats amid stronger dollar, weakened demand outlooks
    Oil futures settled lower Sept. 2 as a stronger US dollar and weak US refined product demand offset a larger-than-expected reported draw in US crude stocks.
  • External: Global Risk Management
  • August fuel oil barge volumes traded in Platts London MOC rise 17% on month
    Some 158,000 mt of 0.5%S marine fuel traded during August's MOC, up from 138,000 mt in July and 96,000 mt in June.
  • Japan launches first project to commission high-power fuel cell vessel by 2024
    "Once the pilot project proceeds smoothly, the vessel is expected to complete in the middle of 2024," NYK Line's Nakamura said.
  • MARINE FUEL 0.5%S: Ample supply weighs on global marine fuel markets in September
    Traders estimate the volume of LSFO arriving in Singapore in September at 2.5 million-3 million mt.
  • NewOcean to scale back oil business as COVID-19, low oil prices dent prospects
    The oil products segment's gross margin narrowed to 1.11% in H1 2020 compared to 4.28% in H1 2019 on tough markets.

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