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Exim Indiaweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2020
  • CEVA Logistics strengthens position in Polish Contract Logistics market
  • CMA CGM enhances EURAF 1 service
  • Liberian Registry opposed to unilateral implementation of EU Emissions Scheme on international shipping
  • MSC upgrades intra-Asia Golden Horn service
  • ZIM & Alibaba sign strategic cooperation agreement
  • Faster assessment and clearance of goods under Faceless Assessment
  • Deendayal Port commissions 5 KM power line to supply power to SIPC area
  • SMP Chairman launches new logo at the closing ceremony of its 150-year celebrations
  • Kerry Indev enters into MoU with LIBA, a leading management institute in India, as industry partner for logistics studies
  • Maritime India Vision 2030 set for release
  • Cotton crop projection raised

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International Transport Journalweb site
OCTOBER 20, 2020
  • Cool Rail to extend network in Europe
  • Uptick in Valenciaport continues
  • SAP logistics provider elects marketing manager
  • Schuon renews a quarter of its fleet
  • Waberer's shares sold
  • MSC bridged the gap first
  • De Fontenay to lead Guadeloupe's development
  • Dutch Den Hartogh grows in Asia
  • Parcel-driven growth at Post NL
  • B737 freighter from Wales to Uganda
  • Nomination of Anne Reinke ends interregnum
  • Investment in e-commerce logistics
  • Railway purchases Detroit River Rail Tunnel
  • Brussels cargo business happy without bellies
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • UECC decarbonising
  • Wilhelmshaven: New tracks for port railway
  • ZIM replaces chairman of the board of directors
  • IRU urges to lower drivers' minimum age
  • New Boeing, damaged Antonov

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The Loadstarweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2020
  • 'We're sold out' says ONE, but we all face new hurdles in 'this incredible year'
  • Freighters will be 'very near and dear' for the next three years - Boeing
  • Brexit: deal or no-deal, businesses must prepare for a mountain of paperwork
  • US exporters in revolt over the cost of changing earliest return dates
  • Flexport: 'What we want is predictability and stability, not just dirt cheap rates'
  • Two new moves in Alibaba's bid to build a global logistics network
  • The port of Nansha, the leading port for Cold Chain in South China
  • SingPost to buy stake in Australian 4PL for A$84.1m
  • United Airlines posts big loss, but claims industry-leading performance
  • Snapshot: Proof in the pudding - Americold's Agro bid shows hunger for food supply
  • Supply chain radar: Auction theory in shipping - could the rate war return?
  • On the wires: JB Hunt - take that 10% plunge, stupid!

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Marine Logweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2020
  • Alabama Shipyard wins $17.9 million MSC contract
    Alabama Shipyard LLC, Mobile, Ala., has been awarded a $17,902,644 firm-fixed-price contract for a 76-calendar day shipyard availability for the regular overhaul and drydocking of USNS Washington Chambers (T-AKE 11). The contract
  • Mitsubishi Shipbuilding LNG FGSS gains Bureau Veritas AIP
    Classification society Bureau Veritas has granted Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. an approval in principle is for a liquefied natural gas (LNG) fuel gas supply system (FGSS) for marine four-stroke dual fuel engines.
  • NTSB set to vote on findings on deadly dive boat fire
    The National Transportation Safety Board is scheduled to conduct a board meeting October 20, 2020, at 1 p.m. (EST), to consider the agency's investigation of the fatal, September 2, 2019, fire aboard
  • Nippon Paint adds XSHIP to its hull condition monitoring solution
    Nippon Paint Marine has enhanced its existing hull condition monitoring software by adding the XSHIP Performance tool to its established KP Analysis fuel saving system. While the company's in-house KP Analysis Team's
  • Fairbanks Morse names Jay McFadyen VP and GM of Aftermarket
    Beloit, Wis, based engine manufacturer Fairbanks Morse has named James (Jay) McFadyen as Vice President and General Manager of Aftermarket. McFadyen has more than 30 years of experience in the marine, defense
  • Harvey Gulf opts for Wärtsilä for latest PSV battery retrofits
    New Orleans headquartered Harvey Gulf International Marine has selected Wärtsilä Energy Storage Systems (ESS) for the four further Harvey Energy class dual-fuel platform supply vessels it is to retrofit with batteries (see
  • U.K.'s first hybrid crew transfer vessels feature Volvo Penta technology
    Two hybrid crew transfer vessels on order for operator MHO-Co A/S, Ejsberg, Denmark, to serve Ørsted's Hornsea Two offshore wind farm off the U.K. coast will be powered by innovative technology developed

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Lloyd's Listweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2020
  • Supply constraints to boost post-pandemic prospects for product tankers
    Executives from Hafnia, Scorpio Tankers, Ardmore Shipping and d'Amico talk up the sector at a Capital Link forum
  • Palios steps down at Performance Shipping
    Founder Simos Palios has stepped down as chief executive of Performance Shipping, now recast as an aframax tanker owner, as...
  • Platform launched to offer first digitised portfolio of bulkers
    Infinity Maritime has emerged with plans to launch a sustainable digital ship finance platform across all main shipping sectors, but...
  • Tanker recovery on hold as pandemic worsens
    As lockdown restrictions are tightened on key global economies, the demand for crude oil and crude products will shrink. Amid...
  • Greek owners reject call for regional decarbonisation measures
    Greek shipowners' leader Theodore Veniamis has criticised remarks made at the Global Maritime Forum for appearing to lend support to...
  • Optimism abounds for dry bulk rate strength
    Cleaves Securities chooses dry bulk as its top pick within shipping thanks to strong Chinese demand for raw materials spurred...
  • Sulphur rule and pandemic lift China's bunker hub prospects
    Sales of bonded marine fuel have jumped at Chinese ports this year as major bunker hubs overseas showed mild growth...
  • Livestock carrier reports 50% of crew with coronavirus
    About half of the Al Messilah's 52 crew have tested positive for coronavirus and plans are being drawn up to quarantine...
  • Clouds on the horizon for box shipping's outlook
    The pandemic was initially seen as an existential threat to container shipping, which has survived and thrived. But with economic...
  • New Zealand to boost seafarer welfare funding
    Charitable funding has been insufficient to meet the needs of seafarers calling at New Zealand. The government will now use...
  • Zim expands digital services with Alibaba.com tie-up
    The move will help Zim expand its digital services for e-commerce customers as well as small and medium enterprises. Alibaba...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Regional decarbonisation proposal facing high-profile opposition | Australia's coal exports to China may be hit hard amid...
  • GTT acquires French hydrogen producer
    The cash acquisition of Areva H2Gen adds green hydrogen expertise to GTT's portfolio of services directed at boosting the energy...
  • Shipping stalwart to lead Singapore Maritime Foundation
    SMF aims to forge partnerships with the public and private sectors and Ms Tan's wide range of contacts and standing...
  • Foreign crew repatriated at two Chinese ports
    Liberia-flagged vessel Berlin Trader was sold by a German owner to Chinese interests, with most of the seller's crew hailing...
  • New Diamond master fined $65,000
    The Sri Lankan Attorney General had asked the court to order approximately $1m in restitution, but the court lowered it...
  • Seafarer kidnapped in latest Gulf of Guinea boarding
    This is reportedly the 20th kidnapping in the Gulf of Guinea in 2020, although incidents are currently tracking below the...
  • China's owners expect VLCC sluggishness until 2022
    As Cosco Shipping Energy Transportation aims to achieve a 'leapfrog development' in its VLCC fleet size, China Merchants Energy Shipping...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2020
  • CP, Maersk ink rail agreement for Vancouver, Montreal
  • LA-LB congestion expected to worsen as 'record' imports arrive
  • Drayage shortage crimps supply chain amid quick demand recovery
  • Ag shippers beset by 'earliest return date' problems: study
  • OOG logistics platform e2log widens its scope
  • Zim offers Alibaba shoppers direct e-commerce ocean services
  • Premium container service uptake pulls industry away from commoditization
  • Pandemic requires shippers, carriers to realign contract expectations

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TradeWindsweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2020
  • Chinese companies land on US blacklist after allegedly illicit ship sale
  • EPS takes option on fourth dual-fuel LPG newbuilding
  • Globus Maritime carries out 1-for-100 reverse stock split
  • Nakilat nine-month profit up on back of fleet growth
  • Brightoil blames coronavirus for delisting from Hong Kong stock exchange
  • GP Global terminals head for sale to global players
  • Performance Shipping puts Michalopoulos in the top job as Palios retires
  • Danaos share buybacks fuel week's top position among New York-listed stocks
  • Turkish president Erdogan hails new gas find from deck of drillship
  • S&P deal book: Bulker prices struggle to rise further; Neda and Navigare buy
  • Crucial vote looms for Solstad Offshore as it plots stock split
  • BV executive pitches for active role in Sea Cargo Charter
  • NYK Line poised to take over pioneering LNGBV
  • Numbers tell their own story about Norwegian shipbroking shops' equality
  • 'Red alert' as laden FSO develops list off Venezuela
  • AP Moller Holding brings in outgoing Orsted boss Poulsen as advisor
  • Euronav charters suezmaxes from Trafigura in rare play
  • Zodiac Maritime snaps up capesize as Oldendorff sells in busy S&P market
  • No quotas but Lorentzen & Stemoco leads in shipbroker gender diversity
  • Cargo Day counts for so much more in a Covid-constrained world
  • Maran Tankers named as buyer of three Xihe Holdings VLCCs
  • South Korean probe into GTT practices heads to court
  • Japanese bulker crew being tested after New Zealand port worker infected
  • Athenian Alafouzos at home with Oslo's 'very clear rules' on listings
  • Okeanis Eco Tankers picks brains of high-profile shareholders
  • Third of listed owners reporting emissions figures as shipping cleans up
  • Seafarers seized as pirates board Golar LNG carrier and Parakou tanker
  • Stena looks to jumboisation to increase vessel capacity
  • Greek shipping companies mend fences with Washington over Venezuela
  • Dorian LPG 'a thousand times more educated' on crew change after crisis
  • Tan Beng Tee to take on decarbonisation challenge as head of SMF
  • Australian ports see more ships with Covid-19 crew infections

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American Shipperweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2020
  • Container slots sell out, risking holiday 'shipageddon'
    On a collision course: holiday timing, surging consumer demand, thin inventories, and capacity constraints for container liners and ports.
  • Lombardi becomes Institute of International Container Lessors president
    Former Port Authority of New York and New Jersey executive takes over at IICL from Steven Blust, who will continue in a senior adviser role.
  • NCBFAA's 35-year general counsel retires
    The National Customs Brokers and Forwarders Association of America's general counsel Ed Greenberg looks forward to spending time with his grandson.
  • Career Tracks: From technology to trucks
    Werner, STG Logistics and ZIM add board members; Port of Oakland, Avetta and Raymond James make appointments.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
OCTOBER 19, 2020
  • EMEA Middle Distillates: Key market indicators this week
    European distillate demand has remained mostly weak, but lower supply has supported the markets and narrowed the contango in the paper markets.
  • AMERICAS BUNKERS: Key market indicators this week
    Spot bunkers pricing showed mixed movements throughout the Americas during the week of Oct. 12-16, and markets enter this week with an eye on key global energy indicators amid recent volatility and fluid demand fundamentals.
  • Singapore Nov 180 CST HSFO/Dubai swap spread flips to positive on Pakistan demand
    The Singapore front month November 180 CST high sulfur fuel oil swap crack spread against Dubai flipped to positive on Oct. 16, for the first time since April 14 due to unexpected demand from Pakistan, Platts data showed.
  • China's INE plans to allow physical delivery overseas against its VLSFO futures contract
    The Shanghai International Energy Exchange is planning to allow physical delivery outside of China against its newly-launched low sulfur fuel oil futures in an effort to promote both the contract and the internationalization of the yuan, an INE official said Oct. 16.
  • Asia residue fuel market - Key market indicators this week
    Traders expect the recent bullishness in the Singapore 180 CST high sulfur fuel oil market to be maintained over much of first-half November on the back of South Asian demand for the power generation HSFO grade over the fourth quarter.




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