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Exim Indiaweb site
OCTOBER 14, 2020
  • CMA CGM JACQUES SAADE sets world record for number of full containers loaded on a single vessel
  • DGTR initiates probe into dumping of hydrofluorocarbon blends & decor paper from China
  • Export of rice, spices, essential oils to the US on the upswing
  • Implementation of Faceless Assessment
  • Antwerp port container volume surpasses 1 million TEU for the first time since April
  • IPA becomes latest member of International Port Community Systems Association
  • Cargo Consolidators India bridges the digital & physical world; launches WhatsApp chatbot services
  • Indian economy to bounce back with 8.8 pc growth rate in 2021, surpassing China's 8.2 pc, says IMF
  • South Africa remains a hotspot for cargo crime, says report

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International Transport Journalweb site
OCTOBER 15, 2020
  • CD Cargo founds rail carrier in Hungary
  • Fast lane between Casablanca and La Spezia
  • Fresh risk assessment for South Africa
  • More investments in Guayaquil Port Contecon
  • European general cargo network remains true to chauffeur
  • Rail infrastructure upgrade in two US ports
  • First anniversary of UAE B2C delivery platform
  • Duisport's Q3/2020 comes out strongly
  • Award for HQ building in Tilburg
  • Obert to drive change in Rhenus management board
  • New train to boost China - Vietnam trade
  • 100 years of US international air mail service
  • Antwerp's container flows on track
  • Honours for South Carolina Ports Authority board chair
  • Togo on the way to a modern transport hub
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Partners to fly parcels from Asia to South America
  • Britannia Bureau settles in London Gateway

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The Loadstarweb site
OCTOBER 14, 2020
  • 'End the blame game' and let's finally work together on Brexit, logistics tells MPs
  • 'Risk to supply chains from climate disruption a bigger issue than Covid-19'
  • Ocean carriers on a high and 'surfing a wave' of profitability
  • Maersk's first airfreight shipment takes off from Thailand
  • Cost of trading in Northern Ireland will soar, but shelves will be stocked
  • Comment: Why gender diversity really matters in logistics
  • Market Insight: DSV Panalpina - dull replaces sexy. Any risk-takers out there?

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Marine Logweb site
OCTOBER 14, 2020
  • Aaron Degodny joins Tidewater Transportation and Terminals leadership team
    Vancouver, Wash., based Tidewater Transportation and Terminals, the largest barge transportation and terminal network on the Columbia-Snake River system, recently added Aaron Degodny as its new Vice-President and Chief Commercial Officer. "Aaron
  • Australia's Global Energy Ventures takes wraps off compressed hydrogen vessel concept
    Australia last year unveiled a National Hydrogen Strategy that includes the establishment of "Hydrogen Hubs" for production and export to the country's major energy trading partners across the Asia Pacific region. To
  • Two KNOT shuttle tankers will feature ABB electric solutions
    Two 124,000 dwt LNG-fueled shuttle tankers on order at Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering for Knutsen NYK Offshore Tankers (KNOT) will feature battery technology and a wide scope of ABB's electric solutions,
  • FERRIES 2020 topics will include a focus on women in the passenger vessel industry
    Kasey Eckstein, director of business development for Atlas Marine Services, will be among the speakers at Marine Log's upcoming virtual FERRIES 2020 event being held November 9 and 10. In addition to
  • New Vigor-built Los Angeles pilot boats feature Mackay electronics packages
    The Los Angeles Pilot Service recently took delivery of two customized 56-foot Camarc design pilot boats built by Vigor at its Vancouver, Wash., facility. Named the Angels Pilot and Angels Navigator, the
  • Fincantieri Bay Shipbuilding delivers 740-foot self-unloading barge
    VanEnkevort Tug & Barge has taken delivery of a new self-unloading barge from Fincantieri Bay Shipbuilding, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Named Michigan Trader, the barge measures 740 feet in length, 78 feet in

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Lloyd's Listweb site
OCTOBER 14, 2020
  • Keeping the world moving amid an ongoing pandemic
    At ONE, we like to think of ourselves as movers of life. We connect people and businesses with commodities and...
  • Regional regulations gain ground at Global Maritime Forum
    In an unusual declaration of support for regional decarbonisation measures, Maersk Tankers has revealed that some within shipping want the...
  • Maritime law expert David Wareing retires after 45-year career
    'It hasn't been a tea party every day. But if you've found a firm where the culture suits you and...
  • Maritime leaders see pandemic as springboard for change
    The ICS leadership webinar identified progress made during the pandemic as a platform for change. In spite of many short...
  • Fractured regulatory framework fears raised
    As shipping emerges from the crisis brought on by the pandemic, it faces a splintering of the established frameworks for...
  • Weekly briefing: Freight rates warning; oil industry demand optimism
    Better than expected volumes and freight rates helped deliver a strong third quarter of the year for Maersk and other...
  • Chinese demand props up dry bulk markets
    Company's chief executive Mats Berglund says any investments should be directed towards secondhand ships rather than the newbuilding market, so...
  • Between the Lines: Carriers ramp up transpacific capacity despite Golden Week
    Carriers serving the transpacific trade have pulled the plug on planned blanked sailings amid a demand surge and encouragement from...
  • Study examines use of hydrogen fuel cells to power containerships
    A new study concludes that container vessels operating in the Pacific Ocean between the US and Asia would only require...
  • Norden sells product tanker after storage boom
    Norden bought the 2011-built product tanker expecting a strong 2020, but the floating storage boom meant the upturn was shorter...
  • Health crisis spurring impetus for digitalisation
    Sea-based internet connectivity lags land-based broadband connections, while mindsets in the industry are also behind their counterparts in terms of...
  • Norway's Fjord Line axes more jobs as chief exits
    Fjord Line said low demand had forced another round of layoffs after it cut 200 jobs in September. Arne Roland...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: InterManager seeks to clarify virus measures after infections | Downgraded UK shipping firms face stricter checks to...
  • Japan targets ammonia in green power generation switch
    Reducing CO2 emissions from thermal power generation is essential to realising a low-carbon society, according to Japan's largest energy producer...
  • A2Z Drone Delivery starts new system to lower ship payloads
    The modular add-on system or a ready-to-fly platform, RDS1 is designed for payloads up to 2kg which could be delivered...
  • ICTSI invests $18m to boost Ecuador port neopanamax capacity
    ICTSI unit Contecon Guayaquil SA created the first port in Ecuador capable of handling neopanamax vessels in 2019, following the...
  • Qatar Petroleum books capacity at UK's Grain LNG terminal
    Grain LNG, which is capable of meeting 25% of the UK's natural gas requirements, is ready to embark on its...
  • Maersk moves ahead with Damco integration
    The world's largest container shipping company said the deal 'marks a concrete development' after the integration of Damco's Air and...
  • US east coast throughput rises on improved global trade
    Yi Xiaozhun, deputy director of the World Trade Organization, warns that 'a descent into protectionism' in the aftermath of the...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
OCTOBER 14, 2020
  • Matson makes second weekly premium China service permanent
  • US truck rates to settle in 2021: Transplace
  • New software platform debuts to manage oversized e-commerce returns
  • E2open going back to public markets after SPAC deal
  • Digitalization: Understanding the Role of Data Management
  • Indian shippers face cargo surcharges amid mounting delays, rollovers

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TradeWindsweb site
OCTOBER 14, 2020
  • Carbon levy, crew charter and diversity dominate Global Maritime Forum
    Maersk Tankers chief executive Christian Ingerslev says regional carbon taxes are not necessarily bad
  • Covid-19's impact on shipping not as lethal as other industries, financiers say
    Small orderbook has helped sector prove resilience in the face of pandemic, and could draw investor notice
  • Oil demand peak not worrying product tanker owners
    Short-term or long-term, a panel of product tanker owners are confident the sector can be strong
  • Burden of green shipping 'always down' to shipowners
    Grindrod chief executive Martyn Wade wryfully suggests banning all vessels
  • Bouchard Transportation details descent into bankruptcy
    The company looked to move ships and its corporate aeroplane as its financial issues mounted
  • What's the point in being public? Not much at today's weak share prices
    The largest listed owner of bulkers admits a point that's been on many minds throughout 2020
  • Handysize and supramax earnings rise as capesize rates continue to fall
    Handysize rates are now at the highest level in almost a year
  • Second wave seen cramping liner boom, says ONE's Jeremy Nixon
    ONE chief executive Jeremy Nixon warns of port bottlenecks but trade experts says positive patterns are beginning to emerge from the coronavirus pandemic
  • Second wave seen cramping liner boom but it could have trade benefits
    ONE chief executive Jeremy Nixon warns of port bottlenecks but trade experts says positive patterns are beginning to emerge from the coronavirus pandemic
  • Hygo signs new deal with Brazil gas buyer to underpin terminal
    Golar LNG joint venture moves to shore up planned FSRU-based Barcarena facility after Norsk Hydro exit
  • Iliopoulos strikes again with another Carnival cruiseship buy
    Seajets owner buys fourth cruiseship in move many market watchers believe is part of a larger asset play
  • Zenith Capital buys into Mjolner Shipping's cargo finance unit
    US merchant bank strengthens partnership started in 2017 with tanker fund
  • Pacific Basin Shipping tells banks 'please help us' in keeping bulker supply low
    A recovery in minor-bulk loadings have aided the dry market and boosted Pacific Basin's vessel earnings
  • Cash set to flow into Odfjell as newbuilding burden lifts
    Clarksons Platou believes owner well placed to capitalise on freedom from yard payments
  • 'No one should be left behind', says Greek minister on emissions cutting policy
    Including shipping in a European emissions trading system threatens global supply chains and recovery of vulnerable islands, argues Plakiotakis
  • Flat stock reaction disappoints analysts after Maersk hikes forecast
    Expected boost to share price fails to materialise following big gains already this year
  • International Tanker Management welcomes new managing director in further V.Group reshuffle
    Chris Kirton has jointed the Dubai-based, tanker-focused shipmanager from Norstar
  • CMA CGM aims to ease debt pressure with $616m bond sale
    French line now benefiting from the Covid-19 delays that scuppered a refinancing back in March
  • US election important to some, but a Mickey Mouse game for public shipowners
    Long-suffering listings unlikely to find relief based on outcome of presidential and congressional races, most analysts project
  • Shipping policy nearly non-existent for Trump and Biden as election day nears
    Both candidates say they are staunch supporters of the Jones Act
  • US election important to some, but a Mickey Mouse game for shipping's public shipowners
    Long-suffering listings unlikely to find relief based on outcome of presidential and congressional races, most analysts project
  • Buyers emerge in sales of Gleamray and Norden panamax bulkers
    One of the panamaxes sold by Gleamray Maritime is to be renamed after a famous country singer
  • Norden confirms selling MR product tanker in asset play move
    Danish company has sold the 2011-built Nord Andes after buying the vessel just 10 months ago
  • Avenir LNG takes delivery of first small-scale newbuilding
    Dual purpose bunkering and supply vessel heads to Malaysia to start three-year charter with Petronas
  • CMA CGM's new LNG-fuelled giant claims cargo record
    French owner's vessel sets new benchmark by loading 20,723 containers
  • Shipping can find its place in the sun by ditching shadier practices
    When the industry puts itself on a more responsible footing, it will find it easier to be taken seriously in the corridors of power
  • Fjord Line replaces boss as another 140 jobs cut
    Rickard Ternblom departs on friendly terms as ropax owner tries to deal with coronavirus effects
  • Zim buys back debt and edges closer towards potential IPO
    Liner operator takes advantage of market rally to snap up its bonds
  • 'Early mover': GEV reveals design for compressed hydrogen carrier
    Australian company using its compressed natural gas expertise to develop new vessel for renewable fuel exports
  • Eddie Steamship buys bargain capesizes for Shandong charter
    Taiwan's CC Hsu has picked up two veteran ships for charter to his joint venture with Chinese state-controlled Shandong Shipping
  • Sentiment on the rise as LNG carrier spot rates climb
    But jury remains out as to whether modern ships will hit six-figure levels during normally buoyant season
  • Eleanor Midwinter: Tough times make the best teacher
    A difficult decade has shown that collaboration is key to making shipping greener and more profitable
  • First of Oldendorff transloaders bound for Vietnam hits the water

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American Shipperweb site
OCTOBER 14, 2020
  • Port of LA files best September despite lagging exports
    "Regardless of who wins the upcoming elections, our country is in desperate need of a cohesive export plan as well as an infrastructure program and...
  • 50% jump in cargo revenue helps United Airlines slow Q3 cash burn
    United Airlines lost more than $2 billion in the third quarter, but the cargo division did its part to stabilize finances.
  • ATSG enjoys banner year leasing 767 converted freighters
    UPS is one of nine companies that have leased lots of freighters from Air Transport Services Group this year. Find out who else is leasing...
  • Trump vs. Biden: How the winner could affect ocean shipping
    A "blue sweep" win for Democrats could be good for container ships, bad for tankers.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
OCTOBER 14, 2020
  • Bunkering resumes at Hong Kong post tropical cyclone Nangka
    Market sources said the typhoon has had little impact on the market as demand remains depressed .
  • China's Zhoushan port supplies 3.26 mil mt bonded bunker fuels over Jan-Sep, up 18% on year
    Association attributed increase in volume to price competitiveness compared to the Asia's key bunkering port of Singapore since late-August.
  • Uruguayan measure allowing imports of bunker fuel moves through Congress
    Measure is part of national budget being discussed by Uruguay's parliament this week.
  • Crude tests six-week highs as fundamental outlooks tighten
    Refined product futures traced crude higher, but growing risks of resurgent coronavirus pandemic weighed on crack spreads.
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