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22 October 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 14:25 GMT+2

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Exim Indiaweb site
  • CMA CGM enhances China India Express service
  • MSC partners with WAVE for wide adoption of its e-Bill of Lading in India
  • All-India roll-out of Faceless Assessment
  • CBIC allows Auto Let Export Order under Express Cargo Clearance System
  • APM Terminals Mumbai gets tech upgrade to improve efficiency & customer experience
  • Cargo volumes at Major Ports down during April-Aug.
  • CCTA issues advisory on ground rent, line detention charges & responsibility for damaged materials during rainy season
  • Maersk's ocean-rail product from Asia to Europe becomes permanent
  • Cement, steel, coal saw significant recovery in July 2020
  • China's exports up & imports down in Aug.

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International Transport Journalweb site
SEPTEMBER 10, 2020
  • 400 new locomotives
  • New PCTC operational
  • Chief executive Michael Chambers to take the helm at Gist
  • DSV's new Oslo facility features robotic storage
  • Growth and more opportunities for business
  • Bolloré brings highly critical shipment to Mumbai
  • A port basin in Bremenports refurbished
  • Gerard Ryan returns to Crane Worldwide Logistics
  • Imperial expands warehouse in Werne
  • Five trucks to keep London clean
  • Private Seychelles airline eyes cargo business
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • LIS employee wins university award
  • Latam Cargo ships 110 pharma containers to Brazil
  • Another HGV to deliver building materials
  • Europa launches frictionless Brexit product
  • Marsa Maroc enhances Casablanca terminal

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The Loadstarweb site
  • Transpacific rates hit new heights - now three times higher than Asia-Europe
  • Booming online freight sales producing a 'golden age' for SME forwarders
  • Blanked sailings and soaring air rates push shippers to China-Europe rail
  • Trade war and tariffs fail to slow growing surge of US imports from China
  • Robert Courts is new UK minister for shipping and aviation
  • Global commercial role for Gerard Ryan as he rejoins Crane Worldwide
  • Hungarian government buys Qatar Airways' A330F
  • Quality concerns over 787-10 skins - FAA launches probe
  • M&A radar: AP Møller-Mærsk - 'Stay Ahead 3.0' scenarios

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Marine Logweb site
  • Chinese hybrid emergency rescue vessel showcases ABB technologies
    The first Chinese-built hybrid emergency rescue vessel features bridge-to-propeller ABB technologies, including Azipod electric propulsion, energy storage system and state-of-the-art automation and control solutions that further optimize operational efficiencies. Delivered to Shenzhen
  • MAN licensee books orders for engines meeting new Chinese emissions regulations
    MAN Energy Solutions reports that its Chinese licensee, CMP, has won a series of new, in the Chinese inland and coastal market for small-bore, four-stroke engines that meet new and impending emissions
  • Callan Marine wins $54 million USFWS dredging contract
    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) has awarded a $54 million construction contract to Galveston, Texas, based Callan Marine, Ltd. for the North Breton Island Restoration Project. The Deepwater Horizon Natural
  • Harvey Gulf to convert PSV to offshore fuel supply vessel
    Harvey Gulf International Marine reports that, in addition to its new 2 million gallon diesel bunkering facility in Port Fourchon, La., it will now offer a full-service fuel carrying vessel solely dedicated
  • USACE tenders for diesel-electric hybrid drift collection vessel
    The Philadelphia Engineer District intends to procure a new diesel-electric hybrid vessel for the New York District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The new vessel will be used by the
  • Defense rethink could mean big changes for shipbuilders
    Both the House and Senate have now passed their versions of the National Defense Authorization Act. As this was written, the two measures were headed for reconciliation, but so far as Navy
  • Damen Cape Town lays keel for second South African Navy patrol vessel
    Damen Shipyards Cape Town (DSCT) held a keel-laying ceremony August 28 for the second of three 62- by 11-meter Multi-Mission Inshore Patrol Vessels (MMIPV) it is building for the South African Navy's
  • Tidewater makes board appointment
    Offshore service vessel operator Tidewater Inc. (NYSE: TDW) yesterday reported the appointment of Darron M. Anderson to its board of directors, effective immediately. Anderson has served as president and CEO and as
  • Panama: Wakashio came too close to Mauritius looking for WiFi signal
    The Panama Maritime Authority (AMP) has released some preliminary findings from the ongoing investigation of the grounding of the Panama-registered bulker Wakashio on a Mauritius reef. A delegation of experts from Panama

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Lloyd's Listweb site
  • BPA says UK needs to increase freeports ambitions
    The head of the British Ports Association tells the UK parliament's international trade committee that the ports industry is fully...
  • Private equity hires prompt speculation over future of Fredriksen empire
    Funds have started circling with interest after John Fredriksen, one of the last of shipping's true tycoons, hired in fund...
  • Does UK's freeports plan offer a post-Brexit trade solution?
    The UK government's proposed plan to establish 'freeports' is either an elaborate exercise in window-dressing, a stated desire for the...
  • Tankers face headwinds as pandemic weighs on oil demand recovery
    The world's rising number of newly confirmed coronavirus cases is adding to fourth-quarter uncertainty, the S&P Global Platts Middle East...
  • Shipping's leaders say shadowy status is fuelling crew crisis
    An ICS webinar has heard that even close co-operation among industry organisations has failed to move governments. Seafarers are not...
  • Reefer owner works to release kidnapped crew
    An unknown number of pirates boarded the ship early on Tuesday. The remaining 16 crew were reported safe and unhurt...
  • Weekly briefing: Box lines' earnings lift, tanker downturn to continue
    Major container lines have across the board reported their best second-quarter earnings since 2010 as capacity discipline pays off. Meanwhile...
  • DNV GL foresees maritime energy demand peaking by 2034
    Coronavirus has severely affected the energy market and DNV GL anticipates that the situation will not be reversed. Global energy...
  • Carriers reap rewards of lucrative transpacific rates
    Transpacific spot rates on the SCFI maintained their upward trajectory this week to record fresh historical highs. Analysts Alphaliner say...
  • IMO warns crewing crisis is putting safety of ships at risk
    Secretary-general Kitack Lim says that if the crisis is not resolved soon, ships' exhausted crews will not be able to...
  • Container demand will reflect weaker consumer spending
    BIMCO warns of a long, drawn-out recovery for container shipping as stagnating economic activity takes its toll on demand
  • IUMI's digital conference set to attract a virtual crowd
    After coronavirus prevented the International Union of Marine Insurance from holding its conference in Stockholm next week, it has transformed...
  • Tomini Majesty crew threaten hunger strike over crew change delays
    Tomini Shipping says that the strike did not go ahead as they have reconfirmed to the crew that they would...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Panama focuses on course deviation in Wakashio investigation | Greek owners call for EU relief for shipping...
  • Oil leak fears from burning VLCC off Sri Lanka
    The 20 crew members rescued by the Sri Lankan Navy have been transferred to to the port of Hambantota and...
  • Santos moves to restrict older vessels
    Ships over 30 years old will likely be unable to call at the port, while ships over 18 years old...
  • Egypt boosts trade hopes with new oil facilities
    Egypt produces 650,000 bpd of crude oil but aims to raise its own production, boost refining capacity, and become an...
  • Anger grows over treatment of Maersk Etienne
    Although Denmark has said it hopes the 27 refugees picked up in early August by Maersk Etienne will be allowed...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
  • Loss of US truck drivers tightening capacity, raising rates
  • New software connecting online pricing to better yields for carriers
  • US retailers boost forecast for peak season imports
  • Rising volumes create bottlenecks on China-Europe rail network
  • US inland shippers increasingly prioritizing 40-foot containers

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TradeWindsweb site
  • Tidewater adds one to slimmed-down board of directors
  • Dry bulk rates keep falling amid global Covid-19 uncertainty
  • Scorpio Tankers rate data and balance sheet efforts continue getting thumbs up
  • Green and perpetual: Color and Fred Olsen throw $130m on to bond pile
  • New Fortress stock jump bodes well for Golar spin-off's IPO
  • Klaveness says 'extensive quarantine' the only way to ensure crew changes
  • Boxship owners' green recycling boosts Indian breakers in monsoon season
  • Shipping urged to come out of the shadows and make friends to solve crew crisis
  • Eastern Pacific fixes one-year aframax charters with Aramco unit
  • ADS Crude Carriers fetches firm price for veteran VLCC
  • Court orders sale of arrested Global Maritime cruiseships
  • Crude tanker stocks buck falling market on storage talk
  • Shipowners wary of boiling waters in the Eastern Mediterranean
  • Irony of Maersk Etienne stand-off should not mask social importance of investment
  • Solstad scoops second wind farm deal as it reaches beyond oil and gas
  • Swiss Re and Ultranav executives join Shipowners' Club board
  • Offers roll in on North West Shelf LNG steam turbine ships
  • Panama confirms Wakashio diverted for wifi connection during birthday celebrations
  • Seatrade trying to contact kidnapped seafarers after pirate attack
  • Malaysia's Yinson Holdings walks away from Ezion rescue deal
  • Hafnia and Stena CEOs back Maersk Tankers in refugee crisis
  • Shipping conferences back on the agenda as Singapore trials larger events

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American Shipperweb site
  • Port of LA gives The Signal to cargo stakeholders
    Information sharing is part of Executive Director Gene Seroka's quest for more efficient operations.
  • Coalition seeks one-year extension of FAST Act
    $305 billion, five-year FAST Act is set to expire Sept. 30.
  • Container rate records are shattered as US imports surge
    U.S. importers now paying three times more per mile than Europeans for transport of Chinese goods.
  • Amazon Air hires ATSG to fly six more freighters
    Amazon has outsourced aircraft operations again to long-standing vendor Air Transport Services Group. But Amazon is diversifying how it operates, adding an owned aircraft to...
  • Commentary: Playing the spot market
    On the whole, deregulation of transportation is beneficial to the economy.
  • JAXPORT records bunkering first for liquefied natural gas
    Foreign-flagged tanker receives 225 metric tonnes of LNG at the Talleyrand Marine Terminal in Jacksonville, Florida.
  • Korean Air jettisons passenger seats to up cargo capacity
    "Look, Mom, no seats!" That's Korean Air saying it's flying a passenger plane with the seats removed because it can make more money putting cargo...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
  • US EIA cuts 2021 global oil demand growth by 500,000 b/d on China outlook
    EIA sees US oil output declining slightly after September.
  • South Korea's nuclear power shutdown to have little impact on Asian fuel oil market: sources
    Bunker markets in South Korea and Japan have seen barge availability tightening.
  • Gibraltar Hi-5 bunkers spread at fresh low amid tightness in HSFO
    VLSFO supply remains ample amid demand destruction caused by COVID-19.
  • Oil climbs as stock market rally boosts sentiment
    Weaker US currency segment also brings support.
  • External: Global Risk Management

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