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22 October 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 14:48 GMT+2

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Exim Indiaweb site
  • Bahri boosts dry bulk fleet with addition of newbuild
  • CMA CGM to launch TURKEY MED EXPRESS service
  • DNV GL gives approval to HHI for a new concept of VLCCs
  • Shippers' council calls for suspension of PSS imposed by lines serving West African Trade Route
  • Two major break-bulk shipping companies join hands
  • All-India roll-out of Faceless Assessment
  • Customs procedure for export of cargo in containers and closed bodied trucks from ICDs/CFSs through Land Customs Stations (LCSs)
  • Pan-India faceless assessment for all imported goods by October 31: CBIC
  • Seafood exports from India seen declining
  • DP World & CDPQ expand their global ports & terminals investment platform
  • JNPT upgrades existing ship maneuvering simulator in major technological push
  • Port of Rotterdam Authority to deepen Amazonehaven basin
  • Unmesh Sharad Wagh takes additional charge as Deputy Chairman of MbPT
  • Bangladesh-Tripura inland waterways route becomes operational
  • CEVA Logistics commences rollout of CargoWise across global network
  • India needs to create environment to foster its position in the global supply chain: US
  • UK's DIT appoints key terminal operators & shipping lines as members of its transport services TAGs

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International Transport Journalweb site
  • Algeciras staying on course
  • Polish Cargounit expands its fleet
  • Champ Cargosystems appoints CEO
  • Second Pakistan carrier with widebody capacity
  • FSN Capital invests in MHP
  • Digital platform traigo launched
  • CMA CGM on track in Q2/2020
  • Géraldine Périchon joins Getlink as CFO
  • UK Operator adds theft-resistant curtainsider
  • DB Schenker offers stability package
  • More carriers at the Port of Virginia
  • Outsize milling machine from Belgium to New York
  • Danica strengthens position in the Baltics
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Honours for safe transport of chemicals
  • St Francis Group sells logistics space
  • Neusa begins pharma ops at Chicago ORD
  • A milestone in Taranto

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The Loadstarweb site
  • DB Schenker targets Damco customers: 'shippers don't need more uncertainty'
  • More blanked sailings and volume volatility - 'that is simply the new norm'
  • Battle of the giants as Walmart Plus readies for US launch, but can it deliver?
  • Champ isn't for sale, says outgoing CEO, but may be open to new investors
  • Strong Q2 for CMA CGM and subsidiary Ceva continues its turnaround
  • Maersk Etienne crisis escalates as three migrants jump ship
  • Amazon Air takes on its own 767-300 freighter
  • Market Insight: AP Møller-Mærsk hires China veteran, covets air and LCL leadership
  • On the wires: Untangled Ceva Logistics - the cracks are well hidden

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Marine Logweb site
  • Two cruise lines restart Italian operations
    The first European cruise operations by major cruise lines have restarted. On August 17, MSC cruises MSC Grandiosa started a seven day cruise from Genoa, that saw guests comply with stringent protocols
  • Federal charges in deadly Branson duck boat case may be dismissed
    Kansas City National Public Radio station KCUR reported Friday that U.S. Magistrate Judge David P. Rush has recommended that federal criminal charges be dismissed against three men indicted in relation to the
  • Three migrants rescued by Maersk Etienne jump overboard
    Maersk Tankers reports that three migrants jumped overboard from its tanker Maersk Etienne yesterday. They were rescued and brought back onboard the ship where they are being given due care. The incident

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Lloyd's Listweb site
  • Iran gasoline cargoes sailing for Venezuela raise stakes in sanctions battle
    After the US seized Venezuelan-bound Iranian gasoline cargoes on Greece-owned tankers last month, Iran takes the provocative step of sending...
  • Denmark in talks with Tunisia to accept Maersk Etienne migrants
    With Malta insisting that it was not responsible for the 27 refugees picked up by Maersk Tankers' Danish-registered product carrier...
  • DB Schenker targets Damco customers with 'stability package'
    Maersk's move to shutdown its Damco forwarding business is seen as a competitive opportunity by Damco's freight forwarding competitors, with...
  • Sovcomflot and Novatek order 10 LNG carriers
    The Russian partners confirm orders for another 10 LNG carriers to service the upcoming Arctic LNG 2 exporting facility, raising...
  • Shipping and the law on rescuing migrants
    With Maersk Etienne off-hire for a month after rescuing 27 migrants at the request of Malta's SAR centre, top shipping...
  • World boxship fleet update: Tipping the balance
    Deliveries and orders are increasing as container shipping tries to maintain a fleet at levels that will allow for growth...
  • Container volumes edge up to recover lost ground
    The latest data shows global containerised freight levels in July were only marginally below comparative figures last year, while volumes...
  • Gulf Navigation appoints new board of directors
    The new board, with their extensive experience, is expected to help the company 'make a comeback' following the effects of...
  • IMO urged to intervene as Maersk Etienne impasse deepens
    The International Chamber of Shipping adds its voice to claims that governments have been refusing permission for the ship's master...
  • Golden Ocean hires Avance Gas CFO
    Golden Ocean's chief financial officer Per Heiberg, who has been in the role since April 2016, tendered his resignation after...
  • YC Chang, shipowner and PIL founder, dies at 102
    Will the second generation successor of Mr Chang's empire bring the shipping business through the maelstrom ahead and beyond? SS...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Greek owners curb Venezuela shipments, keeping exports at 80-year low | Opinion: Malta must take the Maersk Etienne...
  • Shipping must stand for social and political tolerance
    Being close to China used to be an advantage for Hong Kong's success as a maritime and financial hub. Now...
  • Fire on board VLCC off Sri Lanka under control
    No oil spill has been reported as the fire remains localised and the cargo hold is safe. Salvage specialists and...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
  • Asia-Europe trade records first volume growth of 2020
  • LA-LB cements role as top e-commerce port gateway - at a cost
  • Bigger box ships worsen Japan port jams as terminals struggle to cope
  • Rising demand tightens China air freight space
  • Strong wind, steel volumes a bright spot for Brownsville as LNG projects delayed

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TradeWindsweb site
  • Scorpio Tankers looks to turn around year-long shares slide
  • Total eyes wind propulsion for next-generation LNG carriers
  • Stena banks $1.2bn loan as loss grows in 2020
  • Greek owners call for loan deferrals to help shipping cope with Covid-19
  • Petronas courts early-day offers on LNG carrier newbuildings
  • In the dark: Investigators raise questions over US Navy's reluctance to transmit ship data
  • Sovcomflot and Novatek confirm LNG newbuildings at Zvezda
  • China Minsheng Trust splashes out around $224m on its first-ever newbuildings
  • Fearnleys opens offices in Genoa and Stockholm
  • Navig8 pools push continues with Adhart and Moundreas deals
  • Global cruise activist group forms online to press for change
  • First hydrogen carrier set to ship Australian cargo next year
  • MOL boxship diverted to Colombo after fire in cargo hold
  • Per Fagerlund, shipping's Mr Roro, dies aged 80
  • Galbraiths to open in Singapore as it grows S&P team
  • McGill and Partners thrives in new normal as head firmly set in (digital) cloud
  • Color Group and Fred Olsen aim for bond sales while market is hot
  • Migrants trapped on Maersk Tankers ship jump overboard
  • Avance Gas loses second CEO to Golden Ocean as Simonsen switches
  • Trio of losses rings up $100m in claims for hull underwriters
  • Will simmering tensions between Greece and Turkey hit tanker market?
  • 'E-residents' and zero tax for crew as Estonia rejigs register
  • Lloyd's of London reopens its doors to a new digital world
  • Third survivor rescued from raft after livestock carrier sinking
  • Japan yard names largest LNG-fuelled PCTC ahead of delivery to NYK Line
  • Manila's time bomb defused but LPG carrier's crew still in limbo
  • On board for eight months, paid for four ...
  • Gulf Navigation names new chairman and CFO as it looks for 'fresh start'
  • Margareta Alestig named chairman of Swedish shipowner Erik Thun
  • Covid-19 creating more opportunities for robbers at Manila anchorage

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
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