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22 October 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 14:43 GMT+2

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Exim Indiaweb site
  • COSCO in partnership with Traxens for container supply chain digitalisation
  • Höegh Autoliners provides one-stop RoRo solution for Kenya sugar mill project
  • New 'MOL Service Website' leverages the strength of digital marketing & meets the needs of more customers
  • Owner of goods liable to pay for storage, demurrage charges to the port trusts: SC
  • Mundra Port Terminal handles record throughput in Aug.
  • PSA & HMM launch joint venture in Singapore for container terminal operations
  • CONCOR flags off inaugural export train to Bangladesh from ICD-Dadri
  • TT Club readying itself for a digital future
  • Cabinet approves MoU between India & Japan for improving quality & testing of Indian textiles for overseas & domestic markets
  • GST collection in August 2020 12 pc lower
  • Nautical Institute Foundation launched to support global maritime safety & education
  • Twenty-seven new integrated cold chain projects approved for food processing sector

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International Transport Journalweb site
  • Ceneri tunnel officially opened
  • More capacity for services to and from Italy
  • High voltage onboard Volga-Dnepr Airlines
  • Grupo TMM welcomes new CEO
  • Kuehne + Nagel distributes dividends
  • Salzburg subsidises modal shift
  • A well-filled war chest for DP World
  • EVA Air prefers maindeck capacity
  • American all cargo carrier to operate "preighters"
  • Plans for new logistics site in Birmingham
  • Sam Okpro to head global airline partner programme
  • High-capacity car-carriers now in operation
  • Hapag-Lloyd reshapes EMX rotation
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Better control for forklifts
  • Phillips-Europe adds European sales director
  • Another Renault truck for Swiss bulk cargo specialist
  • K Line's test run to cut emissions
  • 150 years of airmail - "par ballon monté"

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The Loadstarweb site
  • Shipper relief as ocean carriers finally scrap low-sulphur surcharges
  • DP World set to move into logistics services as it eyes new investment targets
  • Planning for a Covid vaccine: a major challenge for the logistics sector
  • PSA tightens grip on SE Asia transhipment via Singapore JV with HMM
  • 2020 compliance and bunker fuel issues solved, using blockchain and DNA
  • UK races to fix some 'critical gaps' in Brexit border plan
  • Brittany Ferries asks French government for tax break as it faces €100m loss
  • Market Insight: AP Møller-Mærsk - don't get caught behind the 8-ball. Sink it.
  • Sam Okpro to lead Neutral Air Partner global airline partner programme

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Marine Logweb site
  • Laborde Power Products adds East Coast sales representative
    Covington, La., based Laborde Products has hired Peter Licnikas of Lowell, Mass., as its East Coast sales representative. This follows Laborde's appointment in April as the new engine distributor for the East
  • Schottel to open new service center in Brazil
    Spay, Germany, headquartered propulsion system specialist Schottel reports that its Schottel do Brasil subsidiary will soon be able to offer more services to existing and new marine customers. Construction is now well
  • Austal USA delivers EPF 12
    Austal Limited (ASX:ASB) reports that the USNS Newport (EPF 12) has been delivered to the United States Navy from Austal USA's shipyard in Mobile, Ala. USNS Newport is the 12th Spearhead-class Expeditionary
  • VesselsValue partners with Concirrus
    Online ship valuation and data provider VesselsValue has a formed a new data partnership with Concirrus, a company that serves the insurance market with a number of data and analytical services. The
  • Canadian oceanographic science vessel returns to service
    The Canadian Coast Guard offshore oceanographic science vessel CCGS Hudson, is back in service following the completion of vessel life extension work at the NEWDOCK shipyard in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador.
  • Klaveness implements data transfer solution in quick time
    Norway-based Klaveness Ship Management has rolled out a data transfer solution from maritime digital platform provider Dualog in just 24 hours. With having a fast and reliable data sharing system between the
  • Japanese companies plan to develop ammonia-fueled tugboat
    Three Japanese companies have kicked off a joint development project that aims to put the world's first ammonia-fueled tugboat into practical use. The same three companies-NYK Line, IHI Power Systems and ClassNK-worked
  • Maritime Partners takes delivery of second towboat in 15-vessel series
    Belle Chasse, La., shipbuilder C&C Marine and Repair has delivered the M/V Brooks M. Hamilton to Maritime Partners LLC, Metairie, La. The vessel is second in a series of 15 towboats that

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Lloyd's Listweb site
  • ACL chief does not rule out UK flag return as ships move to Malta
    The Grimaldi subsidiary will keep a sizeable presence in Liverpool, where a great deal of back office work for the...
  • Industry ready to push ahead of regulators in decarbonisation pursuit
    Members of one of the biggest sustainable initiatives in the maritime industry claim they are willing to go faster than...
  • Columbia partners with Saudi Aramco for Mid-East expansion
    President of Columbia Shipmanagement Mark O'Neil says the Middle East is a region undergoing a shift in its approach to partnerships...
  • Hull and machinery claims down, Cefor data shows
    Hull and machinery has so far taken only a modest hit from coronavirus, with P&I and loss of hire worst...
  • DP World plans $4.5bn in new port investments with Canadian pension fund
    International port operator DP World agrees deal with one of Canada's biggest pension-fund managers to add an extra $4.5bn into...
  • Brittany Ferries seeks state aid after 75% fall in passengers
    Brittany Ferries has axed two services, idled half its fleet and sought French government aid after its passenger numbers fell...
  • Container shipping's digitalisation at inflection point
    Carriers' responses during the pandemic have been short-term fixes that have done little for customer service
  • Wilhelmsen in hydrogen fuel venture with Hyundai Glovis
    The companies will explore short and longer-term opportunities, leveraging on a shared focus on the global gas shipping market
  • OOCL linked to more supersized newbuilds
    Cosco Shipping is said to be orchestrating a string of 23,000 teu ships for its Hong Kong-based unit on the...
  • Crew evacuated after fire on VLCC off Sri Lanka
    The vessel, which is operated by New Shipping, was carrying crude from Kuwait to Paradip port on India's east coast...
  • Missing livestock carrier: Survivor says vessel sank in typhoon
    A rescued seafarer says he is the sole survivor from the Gulf Livestock 1 which is said to have capsized...
  • Investors advised to look to shipping tech
    There is a dire need for committed funds for technology to improve shipping, TCC Group chairman and chief executive officer...
  • Frontline chief eyes VLCCs as next investment
    The company's chief Robert Macleod expects tanker rates to rise once oil demand returns. He also noted that a low...
  • Letter to the Editor: Let's salute merchant seafarers
    The seven seas are an unforgiving environment and heavy seas, storms, hurricanes and danger are ever present. Over 100 merchant...
  • IMO's Arctic fuel ban projected to be largely ineffective
    The International Maritime Organization has developed draft ban on the use of carriage of heavy fuel oil in the Arctic Sea...
  • LNG shipping sees post-pandemic rebound
    Supply outages and demand recovery in Asia boosted LNG spot prices in the region, opening up arbitrage opportunities for trades...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Tanker rally muted as stocks curb crude seaborne shipments | 'We are calling for help' to end migrant...
  • FSL taps Chinese leasing firm for twin LR2 sale-and-leaseback deal
    The two long range two product tankers are being constructed at Cosco Shipping Heavy Industry. FSL Trust said it had...
  • PSA signs Singapore terminal deal with HMM
    PSA will have the majority stake but no investment, operational or capacity details were revealed and the deal is subject to...
  • Singapore learns how to adapt to shipping's new normal
    Monetary Authority of Singapore managing director Ravi Menon said resilience must be built up in the supply chain, in industry...
  • US west coast risks losing more import trade to Canada
    Capacity expansion projects already under way could provide Prince Rupert and Vancouver with 'the physical ability by 2022 to divert...
  • Shippers file claim over alleged Iranian petroleum cargoes seized by US
    The US claims that Iran used Mobin, Oman Fuel and Sohar Fuel as fronts to mask the shipping of fuel...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
  • LA port unveils advance vessel arrival dashboard
  • LA-Chicago truck rates double as imports consume capacity
  • Texas ports escape Laura, but COVID-19 drags on H1 throughput
  • Bangladesh August apparel export boom could be one-off
  • Dominik Stehle named CCO of United Heavy Lift

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TradeWindsweb site
  • Avance Gas bumped back to buy by Cleaves
  • Chinese trio implicated in Iran's oil industry amid new US sanctions
  • PDVSA fleet expansion likely to be thwarted by US sanctions
  • Tankers could face potential 'second wave' of storage deals
  • Cefor figures show pandemic has reduced hull and machinery claims
  • Shipyards miss a trick in focusing on the upfront price of ships, not their operating costs
  • Evergreen rekindles boxship newbuilding hunt with neo-panamax enquiry
  • Terminal plan to turn Mississippi River into containership highway
  • Jeffrey Theisen returns to Philly Shipyard after death of finance chief
  • Cefor figures show pandemic has reduced hull and machinery claims
  • Shipyards miss a trick in focusing on the upfront price of ships, not their operating costs
  • Evergreen rekindles boxship newbuilding hunt with neo-panamax enquiry
  • Terminal plan to turn Mississippi River into containership highway
  • Jeffrey Theisen returns to Philly Shipyard after death of finance chief
  • Eurobulk linked to first ship purchase in four years
  • Boa Offshore fights off billionaire's bid to halt $13m legal payout
  • Bolten and Rehder team up to form new German bulker company
  • IMO's Arctic heavy fuel oil ban 'in name only', green groups complain
  • Greek shipping minister in isolation after meeting coronavirus-infected investor
  • DP World lines up another $4.5bn splash on terminals
  • Cargo dispute leads to arrest of Viken Shipping aframax
  • Japan shipowners poised for capesize sell-off after Mauritius disaster
  • Brazil's Norsul moves into kamsarmax bulker segment
  • Wilhelmsen and Hyundai Glovis eye gas shipping expansion
  • Pantheon Tankers looks at more suezmax newbuildings
  • Fredriksen looks beyond shipping as Soraunet added to shake up Seatankers
  • Laden New Shipping VLCC suffers major fire off Sri Lanka
  • Grupo TMM appoints boss Segovia's yoga guru daughter as CEO
  • Hesnes Group faces challenges in car carrier broking and open-hatch bulkers
  • KfW IPEX-Bank 'seeking solution' to Genting Hong Kong crisis
  • Berge Bulk expands fleet as Japanese shipowners look to sell
  • Zodiac wins good rate for one-year aframax charter
  • Sole survivor says livestock carrier capsized after losing power
  • Tokyo Gas forms unit to boost LNG trading volumes

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American Shipperweb site
  • Supertanker spot rates are crashing down to 'opex' levels
    Crude-tanker rates on the benchmark Middle East-Asia run are now deep in the red.
  • Emirates brings back A380 super jumbo jet, more routes
    Some people call it the Flying Forehead. The A380 is a double-deck plane that airlines quickly parked when the coronavirus destroyed travel demand. Now, Emirates...
  • DOT rolls out National Freight Strategic Plan
    National Multimodal Freight Network expected to be released later this year.
  • United Cargo spared brunt of airline's job cuts
    No part of United Airlines was spared from job cuts announced Wednesday, but the cargo division's roughly 50 job losses are far fewer than those...
  • Nippon Express completes acquisition of Indiana 3PL
    MD Logistics, a specialist in handling temperature-controlled pharmaceuticals, will operate as a subsidiary of the Japanese logistics services provider.
  • Disaster fallout: How global shocks are reshaping trade
    McKinsey warns that global shocks will become more frequent and shippers must improve the resiliency of their supply chains.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
  • Bunker fuel availability tightens at Rotterdam: sources
    Availability of bunker fuel at the Dutch bunkering hub of Rotterdam has become limited, market sources have said.
  • Singapore 10 ppm gasoil/marine fuel 0.5%S spread at 15-week low amid rising gasoil supply
    The spread between Singapore 10 ppm sulfur gasoil and marine fuel 0.5%S narrowed to a 15-week low Sept. 2 amid rising supply and deteriorating demand for gasoil.
  • TENDER DATA: Taiwan's Formosa sells 40,000 mt 180 CST HSFO for Sept. 19-21
    The company last sold 40,000 mt of bunker-grade 180 CST fuel oil with maximum 3.5% sulfur via a tender for loading over Aug. 10-12 from Mailiao, at a single-digit discount to MOPS 180 CST HSFO assessments, to Gunvor, market sources said.
  • Fujairah Sept ex-wharf marine fuel term talks muted amid oversupply: trade
    There are still no clear price indications for Fujairah ex-wharf term 0.5% sulfur marine fuel price for September, as traders struggle to clear their existing inventories amid ample supply, sources said Sept. 3.
  • Demand for HSFO at Singapore rising as more scrubbers fitted
    Singapore has seen a rise in demand for high sulfur bunker fuel of late from the growing number of ships that have completed scrubber installations, given the limited availability of the grade at smaller ports, market sources said.
  • China's rising fuel oil exports narrow Zhoushan-Singapore marine fuel 0.5%S price spread
    An increase in Chinese fuel oil exports for bonded bunkering since a tax rebate that came into effect Feb. 1 has narrowed the marine fuel 0.5%S price spread between Zhoushan and Singapore.
  • VLSFO availability still in flux as market adapts to IMO 2020: bunker suppliers
    The availability of 0.5%S fuel oil or VLSFO is seeing ongoing changes across the world as the supply-side of the bunker industry continues to adapt to the new IMO 2020 landscape, according to bunker suppliers.
  • REFINERY NEWS: Greece's MOH reports lower H1 throughput on Q1 maintenance
    Greece's Motor Oil Hellas said that its Corinth refinery processed 4.042 million mt of crude oil in the first half of 2020, down from 4.696 million mt in the year ago period, mostly due to the scheduled maintenance in January and February.
  • ARA diesel, gasoil stocks drop 5.7% on week to 2.513 mil mt: Insights Global
    Diesel and gasoil inventories in the Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp trading hub fell 5.7% week on week to 2.513 million mt as of Sept. 2, Insights Global data released Sept. 3 showed.
  • OIL FUTURES: Oil edges lower but buoyed by faltering US dollar
    Oil futures settled slightly lower Sept. 3 as the market searched for direction amid uncertain demand outlooks and a sharp decline in equities.

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