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22 October 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 14:10 GMT+2




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Exim Indiaweb site
SEPTEMBER 10, 2020
  • HMM partnering in developing smart ship technology
  • Increasing container shipping seen indicating signs of recovery for global trade
  • Pandemic hasn't impacted container shipping to the extent initially feared, says analysis
  • THE Alliance announces Covid-19 response measures for Oct. 2020
  • DGTR begins investigation into dumping of Vitamin C from China
  • Palm oil imports fall in Aug.
  • Cargo volumes at Major Ports down during April-Aug.
  • PSA Mumbai launches digital online payments solution for DPD customers
  • Shipping Minister launches new dispute resolution mechanism
  • Automation, digitisation seen as way forward for creating a robust global perishable supply chain
  • First Kisan Rail from South India transports horticulture produce from AP to Delhi
  • Digital Standards Initiative launched with aim to establish globally harmonised, digitised trade environment
  • MSME contribution in exports aimed at 60 pc: Gadkari
  • Doorstep banking services by PSBs launched
  • Launch of e-Office in Nhava Sheva-III Commissionerate, JNCH

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International Transport Journalweb site
SEPTEMBER 11, 2020
  • Logistics the queen in Queensland
  • Four shortlines change hands
  • One world, "ONE Source"
  • SBB Cargo feels corona impact in H1/2020
  • Ceva opens offices in Ecuador and Uruguay
  • XPO finds president for last mile business unit
  • Nanjing from today but deceleration in October
  • Strong harvest drives Rouen forward
  • Green electricity for all freight transports
  • Logistics for disinfectants
  • Logistics Africa picks CFO
  • Dredging works at ECT terminal
  • IAG starts Barcelona - New York service
  • Covid-19 measures for the EU rail sector
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • DHL moves in Sydney
  • Port of Tauranga CEO to retire next year
  • Analysing ship engines digitally
  • Milan to join Virgin's cargo-only network

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The Loadstarweb site
SEPTEMBER 10, 2020
  • IATA unveils online platform to ease Covid vaccine supply chain challenges
  • Typhoons add to troubles for Asian ports already suffering congestion
  • Shortage of haulage the number-one hurdle as UK importers struggle
  • More industrial action at Brisbane port threatens further trade chaos
  • With cargo remaining 'at its core', things are looking up at Menzies
  • Colombia seeks to lure companies in China decoupling move
  • ATSG's Airborne Global Solutions signs 767F deal with Amazon
  • Supply chain radar: DB Schenker to AP Møller-Mærsk: 'Welcome to the jungle'

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Marine Logweb site
SEPTEMBER 10, 2020
  • Another crew member pleads guilty in MSC Gayane coke bust case
    United States Attorney William M. McSwain today announced that Aleksandar Kavaja, 27, a national of Montenegro, pleaded guilty before United States District Court Judge Harvey Bartle III to charges of conspiracy to
  • Rivertrace launches digital water monitoring technology calibration portal
    Redhill, U.K., based Rivertrace Limited, a market leader in oil-in-water quality monitoring, has established a new, web-based calibration portal that will enable complete transparency of compliance and inspection paperwork related to shipboard
  • Plimsoll Marine takes delivery of first of four pushboats from MMI
    Master Marine Inc. (MMI), Bayou La Batre, Ala., has delivered the 67- by 28-foot M/V Iron Lady to Cooper Group member Plimsoll Marine. The Iron Lady is the first of four vessels
  • Wight Shipyard Co delivers four ferry build to Malta
    Britain's Wight Shipyard Co. has notched up a U.K. first by building four ferries simultaneously for a leading Maltese tour operator. The order, the Cowes, Isle of Wight, shipyard's largest ferry export
  • Coast Guard to hold public hearing on Golden Ray capsizing
    The U.S. Coast Guard, National Transportation Safety Board, Republic of Marshall Islands Maritime Administrator, and the Korean Maritime Safety Tribunal are scheduled to conduct a formal public hearing to consider evidence related
  • Trump extends offshore drilling moratorium: NOIA not happy
    Campaigning in Florida this week, President Donald Trump announced an extension of moratorium on offshore drilling on Florida's Gulf Coast and an expansion of it to Florida's Atlantic Coast, as well as
  • Italian owner orders ASD tug at Med Marine
    In what could be called a "signing of the times," a contract for a new tugboat placed last week with Turkish shipbuilder and tug operator Med Marine by Italian operator Somat S.p.A.,

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Lloyd's Listweb site
SEPTEMBER 10, 2020
  • BHP targets 40% emissions improvement by 2030
    The major dry bulk charterer has aligned itself with the IMO 2030 target. It will seek net zero emissions from...
  • Court rules seafarers can perform dockers' task
    Ruling effectively overturns the so-called Non-Seafarers' Work Clause in a deal between the International Transport Workers' Federation and maritime employers...
  • Contango speculation as BP charters VLCC for floating storage
    Speculation is rife that floating storage for oil products will rise amid a lockdown-induced downturn in key economies in the...
  • Changing trade patterns boost intra-Asia volumes
    Changing supply chains have helped boost volumes between Asian countries and increased demand for feeder services to serve major hubs
  • Container industry wants limit on EU decarbonisation rules
    The potential inclusion of shipping in the EU Emissions Trading System could end up inflating annual global shipping costs by...
  • Pool claims push Skuld to first-half loss
    Positive contributions from including offshore, hull, charterers and freight, demurrage and defence and from investments wiped out by contributions to...
  • Marine seeing increased premiums across most classes
    Leading broker predicts rising premium volumes for most marine lines, with the possible exception of P&I when trade association unveils...
  • Crude and product floating storage could build this winter
    Oil demand in September will remain flat compared with August, Platts Analytics projected
  • Japan calls off search for crew of Gulf Livestock 1
    Vessels, aircraft and divers have been involved in the search in the East China Sea for the vessel Gulf Livestock...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Private equity hires prompt speculation over future of Fredriksen empire | Tankers face headwinds as pandemic weighs...
  • 'Out of sight, out of mind' approach to crews has to end
    While efforts have been made by international maritime groups to help facilitate crew changes, it has become apparent that seafarers...
  • Jiangnan Shipyard wins VLEC pair from Zhejiang Satellite
    The two dual-fuel tankers, featuring the Type B Cargo Containment System developed by Jiangnan, are scheduled for delivery between June...
  • Supply chain shifts alter how container line shipping carriers operate
    Carriers need to react to changes in the global supply chain not just operationally but also strategically. Tom Harris, a...
  • Europe set to agree new decarbonisation regulations
    Europe's leading maritime decarbonisation parliamentarian is confident that her wide-ranging proposal on new regulations for ships calling at EU ports...
  • US containerised imports continue to surge
    Findings by the National Retail Federation and Hackett Associates confirm a recent Lloyd's List survey showing a 19.5% uptick in...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
SEPTEMBER 10, 2020
  • Shippers swallow higher contract rates to secure capacity
  • Eastern Canada port backlog easing; normal flow weeks away
  • Shipping lobby questions legality of Europe's emissions trading system
  • Major forwarders pulling away from project logistics
  • Carriers see value adopting digitalization to deepen India reach

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TradeWindsweb site
SEPTEMBER 10, 2020
  • China set to unveil pilot hydrogen fuel cell ship in 2021
  • LNG is 'best we have' for eco fuel but costly to apply, owners say
  • Euronav dips back into the market for more share buybacks
  • Scorpio pool keeps building with quartet from Singapore trader
  • Most cruiseships won't be fleet operational until second half of 2021, UBS predicts
  • Seawolf-Ridgebury Kilo lawsuit rages on as filings still flying in
  • Seabrokers warns AHTS rate rebound is not quite all it seems
  • Libya's GNMTC sells off aframax tankers to Middle East buyers
  • V.Ships takes over arrested CMV cruiseships ahead of auctions
  • Fears of bunker industry liquidity crisis that could engulf shipowners
  • Bank arrests GP Global tanker in India over loan default spat
  • Pandemic plagues fuel sales and margins
  • EMAS Offshore to lose Oslo listing after government appeal fails
  • Vincent Shipping hungry for asset play but avoiding newbuildings
  • BHP spells out 40% emissions reduction goal for its shipping
  • SBM-linked floating storage deal emerges amid spot VLCC rate hikes
  • Marine insurance lines stay strong as Lloyd's of London plunges to a loss
  • Pavilion Energy sees need for 100 new LNG bunker vessels
  • Campbell Johnston Clark sets its sights on the Med on 10th anniversary
  • Gulf Navigation 'devastated' by tragic loss of livestock carrier
  • As bans on open-loop scrubber use rise, so do shipowners' costs
  • Predictive intelligence firm seeks partners for maritime early warning system
  • Capital Product pounces on German boxship trio in buoyant market
  • Bimco says tankers now set to pay the price of earlier rates boom
  • Powerzeek adds liquefied biogas to its digital fuelling platform
  • Insurer Skuld reports half-year loss as claims rise
  • Tufton Oceanic adds shipping lawyer Rodsaether to board
  • West of England braced for big claims from twin casualties
  • ADS Crude Carriers reveals Plan A: to keep trading veteran VLCCs
  • Tanker and bulker report suspicious approach by Yemen coastguard
  • FSL Trust resolves lawsuit against Torm over poor vessel condition
  • Ex-Braemar finance chief Louise Evans makes shipping return
  • Environment risk highlighted as governments fail to invest in salvage
  • PIL family pays tribute to founder YC Chang
  • Keppel Corp goes Japanese for latest bond fundraiser
  • South Korea threatens major fines or jail for Covid-19 cheats

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American Shipperweb site
SEPTEMBER 10, 2020
  • Maersk's rainbow containers deliver post-hurricane aid
    Shipping line works with APM Terminals Mobile, the Alabama State Port Authority and Team Rubicon to get 36,000 pounds of needed goods to the people...
  • How much wood would a container manufacturer chuck?
    New ocean container floor design developed and tested by the Institute of International Container Lessors over the past 10 years reduces wood use by up...
  • Fire erupts at Port of Beirut again
    Just over a month after a massive explosion killed nearly 200 people, Lebanon's capital city again filled with choking smoke

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
SEPTEMBER 10, 2020
  • Japan marine fuel 0.5%S flips to premium as typhoon delays bunkering
    A temporary tightness in Japan's marine fuel market due to the impact of Typhoon Haishen has pushed the marine fuel 0.5%S differential into positive territory for the first time in four months.
  • India's Aug fuel oil consumption stable on month, bitumen demand falls 18% due to monsoons
    India's fuel oil consumption edged up 1.01% month on month to 499,000 mt in August, even as bitumen consumption fell 18.13% over the same period to 316,000 mt, Petroleum Planning and Analysis Cell data released Sept. 9 showed.
  • SPAIN DATA: Bunker fuel volumes rebound in July, still down 26% on year
    Bunker fuel consumption at Spanish ports rose month on month in July for the first time since March, but were still down by 26% year on year, according to data released by Puertos del Estado, the state-owned body that manages ports.
  • Singapore high sulfur bunker premium rises $2.40/mt amid steady demand as HSFO cargo prices fall
    Steady demand for high sulfur bunker fuel in Singapore was providing a measure of price support as 380 CST high sulfur fuel oil prices retreat, increasing its premium in September from the month before, market sources said late Sept 9.
  • IOC chartered fully laden VLCC leaks fuel on high seas
    The fully laden Indian Oil Corp., or IOC, chartered super tanker is leaking oil, likely from its fuel tanks but the 260,000 mt crude cargo is still safe, several sources involved in salvage operations said Sept. 10.
  • HSFO supply tightens in Durban: sources
    Availability of high sulfur fuel oil was tight in the bunker market at South Africa's Durban port this week, as not all suppliers were offering on the spot market, sources said Sept. 10.
  • ARA diesel, gasoil stocks surge 16% on week to 2.902 mil mt: Insights Global
    Diesel and gasoil inventories in the Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp trading hub surged almost 16% week on week to 2.902 million mt as of Sept. 9, Insights Global data released Sept. 10 showed.
  • Shipping alliances help container industry boost freight rates in coronavirus pandemic
    Container shipping has sailed through the coronavirus pandemic largely unscathed, as ship-sharing alliances and supply curbs to bolster freight rates have helped operators to offset tepid trade demand.




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