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28 November 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 04:05 GMT+1




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Exim Indiaweb site
OCTOBER 12, 2020
  • Capesize bulker with Covid cases onboard anchored off Australian port
  • Cheng Cheng-Mount is new Yang Ming Chairman
  • Construction begins for Abidjan's second container terminal
  • Peter Norborg set to assume charge as CEO of Swire Bulk from Jan. 1
  • Shipping sector to witness high volatility in charter rates amidst Covid-19 & uncertain demand recovery: ICRA
  • Singapore welcomes world's largest LNG-powered containership
  • DGFT notifies removal of export curbs on N-95 masks
  • Export of agri commodities up
  • PROCEDURE FOR AD/IFSC CODE ONLINE REGISTRATION THROUGH ICEGATE
  • 'DPT is available 24/7, 365 days for the trade & the service of the country'
  • Chennai Port concessions for vessels carrying out crew change
  • Essar Ports boosts performance in Q2
  • Guidelines issued to ports regarding compliance with Annex VI of MARPOL
  • Bharatmala Pariyojana showing steady progress
  • Railways focused on increasing automobile loading
  • 'Companies that put e-commerce at the heart of their business strategies are prepared for the post-Covid-19 era'
  • DP World, UAE Region, Jafza & All India Plastics Manufacturers' Association come together for taking India's plastic sector global

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International Transport Journalweb site
OCTOBER 13, 2020
  • Chemical systems
  • Train carrying wood fibre from Linz to China
  • Five new locomotives for UK rail operator
  • Korea founder Park handing over Jumbo management to Hwang
  • China-Georgia blocktrain launched
  • Four challenges and three trends, says Kaizen
  • Samskip links Scotland to Amsterdam
  • Recovering from Covid-19
  • Contract of Austrian Airlines CEO extended
  • Second GW location in New Zealand
  • DB Schenker subsidiary automating customs processes
  • Dangerous goods from northern Vietnam
  • Sardinia now closer to Italy
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Rogers promoted to CFO at Echo
  • InstaFreight offers second digital service
  • London P&I Club joins seafarers' welfare association
  • 'Cargo toolbox' app to serve whole sector

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The Loadstarweb site
OCTOBER 12, 2020
  • 'Volatile' box trade has shifted 'from a demand crisis to an operational crisis'
  • CMA CGM gets cyber attack-hit systems back up and running
  • More post-Brexit logistics confusion as new customs IT systems are 'refined'
  • Felixstowe revamps VBS to stop 'haulier abuse' and ease congestion
  • Expect delays on peak season parcel deliveries - despite optimists at eBay
  • New Qatar Airways Cargo SVP: 'Customer-focused flexibility is the future'
  • Monday rant: Why DSV & DP DHL, 'unexpectedly' and shamelessly, raise the bar high
  • How shipping can help to avoid pandemics
  • WorldACD shows air freight yields climbed slightly in week 40

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Marine Logweb site
OCTOBER 12, 2020
  • World's largest LNG fueled box ship makes first Singapore call
    Singapore today welcomed the maiden arrival in the port of the CMA CGM Jacques Saadé. With a total capacity of 23,000 TEU, the 400-meter long by 61-meter wide by 78-meter high, the
  • Høglund Marine Solutions takes two-thirds stake in Vindskip project
    Tønsberg, Norway, headquartered systems integration and automation specialist Høglund Marine Solutions has taken a two-thirds stake in Vindskip AS, which is developing a design for a car/truck carrier that combines wind and
  • Incat Tasmania floats out 100 meter ship for Trinidad and Tobago
    Australian shipbuilder Incat Tasmania's latest vessel, a 100 meter ship destined for Trinidad and Tobago, was floated out from the company's dry dock on Hobart's Derwent River on October 9. It is
  • Volvo Penta IPS installations mark a milestone, for customers and for the environment
    Volvo Penta says that its Inboard Performance System (IPS) is an example of a technology that takes a significant step forward in increasing efficiency and reducing emissions, while also continuing to improve
  • SeaRobotics wins U.S. Naval Research Laboratory contract
    Stuart, Fla., based unmanned marine systems developer SeaRobotics Corporation has been awarded developer a contract award to supply multiple SR-Surveyor M1.8 autonomous surface vessels (ASVs) to the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL).
  • Mass Maritime adds cloud-based simulation to defenses against coronavirus
    Wärtsilä Voyage is supply two of its advanced cloud-based simulation solutions to Massachusetts Maritime Academy (MMA) under a one-year agreement signed last month that marks the first application of Wärtsilä's cloud simulation
  • Damen gains ABS approval for CTV for U.S. offshore wind market
    Damen Shipyards has received ABS approval in principle for a version of its FCS 2710 offshore wind CTV (crew transfer vessel) that has been modified to meet U.S. requirements. Among other things,

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Lloyd's Listweb site
OCTOBER 12, 2020
  • Globus buys kamsarmax after series of fundraisers
    Globus Maritime has agreed to acquire a kamsarmax - believed to be another sale by Scorpio Bulkers - in the...
  • How prepared is shipping for the next cyber attack?
    CMA CGM has fully restored its systems two weeks after it fell victim to a cyber attack. With shipping increasingly...
  • Forwarders call on government to fix Felixstowe disruption
    Freight association demands the UK government steps in to solve the congestion crisis in Felixstowe, as forwarders continue to suffer...
  • MOL bulker crew tests positive for coronavirus
    The company said about a third of the crew on board have tested positive for the coronavirus. All had tested...
  • Charting the right course to 2050 key to thrive or survive
    An increasing number of players in and around shipping are picking up the decarbonisation baton, but despite common agreement on...
  • China prepares to restore foreign crew repatriation
    The latest initiative made by China represent a welcome trend. But local shipping agencies say they need more government instructions, including...
  • CMA CGM restores systems after cyber attack
    CMA CGM was the fourth of the top four container lines to suffer a significant cyber attack. It is unlikely...
  • Vessels wrecked in storms off Vietnam
    A weekend of bad weather has resulted in hull damage on a CMA CGM boxship, which ran aground after breaking...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: IMO's greenhouse gas plan is already outdated | LNG marine fuel phase-out urged to drive decarbonisation |...
  • World's largest LNG-fuelled containership on record voyage
    By 2022, CMA CGM will have 20 LNG-powered vessels on its journey towards a net-zero emissions shipping industry, says the...
  • Asahi Tanker green vessel orders go to Japanese yards
    Japan's e5 Consortium, which is led by MOL, is following through on pledges to produce zero-emissions vessels. Other initiatives include...
  • China Merchants Port raises $600m in bond issue
    Of the total, $400m of the bonds carry an annual interest rate of 3.5% and are not redeemable for the...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
OCTOBER 12, 2020
  • Supply-chain upheaval threatens peak plans, '21 budgets
  • LA-LB already ahead of 2023 emission reduction goals
  • Global parcel volumes expected to double by 2026 on e-commerce boom
  • Hapag-Lloyd speeds installation of reefer monitoring devices
  • CMA CGM says online services restored after cyber attack

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TradeWindsweb site
OCTOBER 12, 2020
  • Greeks swoop on kamsarmaxes sold by Scorpio Bulkers
    Scorpio Bulkers has sold three kamsarmaxes during the past three weeks as it moves its focus to wind turbine installation vessels
  • Hygo gets new chief executive, while gas customer backs out
    Paul Hanrahan takes the reins as Norsk Hydro LNG purchase deal cancelled
  • Shell's Grahaeme Henderson awarded in Queen's Birthday Honours
    Personnel in ports, lifeboat services and maritime culture recognised
  • Klaveness Marine boss sees profitable year at his private companies
  • Volatility exits US-listed shipping stocks, at least for one week
    No company moved more than 8% on a week when shares continued to gain ground overall
  • Manitou signs up to ship cargo on Neoline's sail-powered ro-ro
    French group to transport 40 earth-moving units per transatlantic sailing on new eco-vessel
  • MV Werften banks emergency $228m German loan to finish cruiseship
    Shipbuilder says cash from Covid-19 stabilisation fund will help complete Genting vessel
  • VLCC sale deals highlight 'disconnect' in tanker stock prices
    Analysts say even declining asset values show companies are trading well below net asset values
  • Moundreas and Tsakos Shipping lead Greek capesize buying spree
    Athens and Piraeus shipowners have been conspicuously active on the capesize front last week, but what looks like a trend may ultimately not be one
  • Restart of top Libyan oil field prompts floating storage speculation
    Mediterranean country proves to be one of the few bright spots in weak aframax and suezmax markets
  • Stolt-Nielsen says airlines 'jacking up' cost of crew transfers
    CEO Niels Stolt-Nielsen reveals changeover challenges and quarantines for two tankers
  • India's Great Eastern buys LR2 product tanker from NYK Line
    The purchase of the Champion Princess marks shipowner's second buy in recent weeks
  • How Covid-19 has pushed auctions online and pushed asset prices up
    With ships going under digital hammers, discounts are narrowing - but opportunity remains
  • South Africa selects Ngqura port for first LNG import terminal
    Gas to play a major role in a shake-up of the country's energy sector
  • Hoglund pumps money into Vindskip's unique hull-as-sail concept
    Norwegian company says it is time decarbonisation ideas were turned into reality
  • CMA CGM systems back in business after dealing with cyber-attack
    Liner operator left counting the cost of 14-day disruption
  • Deep-sea port calls now running just 3% below pre-Covid-19 heyday, Clarksons says
    Data points to a big upswing in deep-sea activity, but "great uncertainty" still exists
  • Berge Bulk scraps ninth large bulker in less than two years
    The VLOC Berge Kibo is likely to be scrapped in Pakistan, brokers say
  • Maersk Product Tankers is pursuing a new disposal strategy for MR and LR product tankers after a fleet sale mandate to C...
    Maersk Product Tankers is pursuing a new disposal strategy for MR and LR product tankers after a fleet sale mandate to Citi expired
  • Murmansk Shipping declared bankrupt as creditors hover
    Arctic shipping specialist had seen financial position worsen in recent years
  • First remotely collected evidence helps end notorious Suez Canal pile-up case
    Cyprus Sea Lines-operated vessel ruled 100% responsible for extraordinary collision in 2018
  • De Stoop says secretive shipping industry must blame itself for crew crisis
    Lack of transparency a key reason why politicians did not listen to shipowners, says Euronav chief executive
  • TECO 2030 poaches new CEO from Wartsila to continue fuel cell push
    Newly listed technology company says new man will help solve one of the great environmental puzzles of our time
  • Knutsen OAS Shipping moves into new small-scale LNG
    Trygve Seglem-controlled shipowner is ordering a small-scale LNG carrier that will be used for bunkering
  • Former CMA CGM boxship breaks back en route to recycling yard
    Indian cash buyer NKD Maritime says Jakarta grounded in storm off Vietnam while under tow
  • Maersk Product Tankers' 30-ship sell-off deflates as company shifts to piecemeal sales
    Maersk Product Tankers is pursuing a new disposal strategy for MR and LR product tankers after a fleet sale mandate to Citi expired
  • Hapag-Lloyd boxship LNG retrofit 'is still too expensive' to be viable
    Converting neo-panamax to take LNG tanks is 'economically very, very difficult', says Habben Jansen
  • Niels Stolt-Nielsen reveals two IPOs could be in the offing
    Norwegian chief executive is still considering spinning off Stolt Tankers, while fish farming also needs more attention from investors
  • Ren Le Tian: Rebuilding Yangzijiang, his way
    Ren Yuanlin's son has a different approach to running China's strongest private shipyard
  • Shipowners 'disappointed' by EU's new migration pact
  • Human rights report reveals UAE working towards ratifying MLC
    But Maritime Labour Convention's insistence on establishing union rights for workers remains a hurdle to full compliance
  • India and Malta still have work to do on human rights
    Researchers highlight non-payment of wages and abandonment of seafarers as key concerns
  • Coronavirus claims India's Jalesh Cruises
    Owners of Indian cruise line pull the plug citing mounting debts and growing economic uncertainty
  • Mitsui OSK Lines capesize bulker suffers covid-19 outbreak off Port Hedland
    Meanwhile, Patricia Oldendorff sails from Australia after bulk of crew recover from virus
  • Singapore extends unemployment support for seafarers
    Authorities say measures are designed to help those affected by Covid-19 and unable to join ships

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American Shipperweb site
OCTOBER 12, 2020
  • DHL hires MasAir Cargo to shave day from Asia-Mexico transit
    Mexican all-cargo carrier MasAir is operating multiday service each week from Los Angeles to Mexico for DHL Express.
  • Asiana reconfigures A350 passenger cabin with Airbus cargo pallet system
    Asiana and Azul are taking cargo seriously in an unprecedented year for aviation. To capture greater cargo revenue, Asiana has replaced passenger seats with a...
  • Career Tracks: Former Mack president joins startup TrovaCV
    Denny Slagle retired as Volvo Group executive vice president and Mack Trucks president in 2018.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
OCTOBER 12, 2020
  • India's Sep fuel oil consumption falls 4% on month on weaker demand
    Several refiners estimate India bunkering demand has shrunk 15%-20% since onset of coronavirus pandemic in April.
  • Global LNG bunker demand to grow 30 times by 2030: Pavilion Energy executive
    Company is one of two licensed LNG bunker suppliers in Singapore.
  • Japan's IMO-compliant domestic bunker contracts for Q3 settle at Yen 48,100/kl: JFCSA
    Settled quarterly price widely used by shipowners, bunker fuel suppliers in Japan's domestic market.
  • Crude prices fall as volumes return from US Gulf, Libya, Norway
    Reports indicate Saudi Arabia considering reducing or undoing planned OPEC+ output hikes by end of year.
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