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Exim Indiaweb site
OCTOBER 25, 2020
  • Indian envoy meets Bangladesh Shipping Minister to discuss coastal shipping, inland waterways, shipbuilding
  • New comprehensive package of additional CO2 reduction measures for existing global fleet welcomed
  • NYK to make Gazocean a wholly owned subsidiary
  • OOCL's volumes & revenue show impressive yoy gain in Q3
  • Paucity of shipping containers coupled with steep hike in freight rates causing trouble for exporters
  • DGTR recommends continuing anti-dumping duty on Chinese synthetic rubber
  • India needs to become a key exporting nation by penetrating the US market: Amitabh Kant
  • C. Harichandran & Capt. Pradeep Mohanty assume charge at DPT as Secretary & Deputy Conservator, respectively
  • Commencement of operations at Centralized Parking Plaza for Direct Port Entry for Self-Sealed export containers at Customs Mumbai Zone-II
  • Lift & Shift India wins 'Overland Transport Provider of the Year - 2020' award
  • Export growth of four pc achieved by India in Sept.
  • Govt may allow manufacturers making goods for domestic supply to operate within SEZs
  • Avashya Foundation commits to transforming underprivileged communities through sustainable housing solutions
  • Income Tax due dates extendedIndian envoy meets Bangladesh Shipping Minister to discuss coastal shipping, inland waterways, shipbuilding
  • New comprehensive package of additional CO2 reduction measures for existing global fleet welcomed
  • NYK to make Gazocean a wholly owned subsidiary
  • OOCL's volumes & revenue show impressive yoy gain in Q3
  • Paucity of shipping containers coupled with steep hike in freight rates causing trouble for exporters
  • DGTR recommends continuing anti-dumping duty on Chinese synthetic rubber
  • India needs to become a key exporting nation by penetrating the US market: Amitabh Kant
  • C. Harichandran & Capt. Pradeep Mohanty assume charge at DPT as Secretary & Deputy Conservator, respectively
  • Commencement of operations at Centralized Parking Plaza for Direct Port Entry for Self-Sealed export containers at Customs Mumbai Zone-II
  • Lift & Shift India wins 'Overland Transport Provider of the Year - 2020' award
  • Export growth of four pc achieved by India in Sept.
  • Govt may allow manufacturers making goods for domestic supply to operate within SEZs
  • Avashya Foundation commits to transforming underprivileged communities through sustainable housing solutions
  • Income Tax due dates extended

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International Transport Journalweb site
OCTOBER 24, 2020
  • British and Belgian carriers extend partnership
  • JV contracted for terminal rail man'uvres in Spain
  • Heppner strengthens German sales team
  • TT Club concerned over cool chain cargo
  • Margins to stay, says Fitch Ratings
  • 15 years between Dubai and Vietnam
  • Abris exits locomotive leasing business
  • IMB sees pirates growing stronger
  • Gothenburg port supports nationwide electrification
  • Taking over Elbrus in Brazil
  • ASL Airlines Ireland ready for ATR 72-600F
  • Krone elects Bastow
  • Digitalisation crucial for pandemic recovery plans
  • Green hydrogen from Iceland?
  • Holleman in Serbia and Ukraine joins GPLN
  • "Curiosity of the Day"

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The Loadstarweb site
OCTOBER 23, 2020
  • Warning to air charterers: phantom freighter scams on the rise
  • Ocean carriers still holding the upper hand with spot rates sky high
  • UK should learn a lesson from 'disastrous' Australian customs switch
  • Reefers to the rescue as the cool chain rides the ripples of pandemic disruption
  • Dallas/Fort Worth Airport unveils major plans for expansion of cargo facilities
  • Carriers are using digitalisation to marginalise us, say forwarders
  • XPO Logistics operations chief VP Alex Santoro takes on additional role of CCO
  • Frank Burkert new sales chief in Germany for Heppner
  • Market Insight: M'rsk to Schenker & friends: 'You're welcome. Now leave us alone.'

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Marine Logweb site
OCTOBER 23, 2020
  • Project plans to put hydrogen-fueled RO/RO into operation by 2024
    A project that aims to put a RO/RO operating on liquid green hydrogen (LH2) into operation by 2024 has been granted EUR 8 million (about $9.5 million) in EU funding..Called the HySHIP
  • Marcon International founder Robert Beegle retires
    Coupeville, Wash., shipbroker Marcon International Inc. reports that its president, Robert Beegle, who founded the company in 1981, retired effective October 1, 2020. Ownership and management of the company have been taken
  • RTA's Jose Ruiz to speak on New Orleans ferry operations at FERRIES 2020
    Rounding out the lineup of expert speakers at Marine Log's free virtual FERRIES 2020 conference on November 9-10 is Jose Ruiz, chief maritime officer for the New Orleans Regional Transit Authority (RTA).
  • Impacted by pandemic, Wärtsilä expects 2020 sales to take 10% hit
    Releasing its interim report for the January-September 2020 period, Wärtsilä Corporation says it expects the near-term demand in the marine and energy markets to improve from current levels. However, based on its
  • Golden Ray salvage: VB-10,000 to arrive in St. Simons Sound next week
    The Unified Command working on the salvage of the capsized car carrier Golden Ray says that the heavy-lift vessel VB-10,000 is set to arrive in St. Simons Sound as soon as Tuesday,

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Lloyd's Listweb site
OCTOBER 23, 2020
  • Emissions progress at IMO is cause for concern
    The International Maritime Organization's role as the leading vehicle for shipping's decarbonisation trajectory will be under even more scrutiny after...
  • Lloyd's List launches Decarbonisation Survey in search of carbon clarity
    The direction of travel for shipping's decarbonation trajectory has been set for some time now, but the devil in the...
  • The week in charts: Buoyant US container throughput; cargo insurance claims
    US west coast ports saw an increase in container throughput last month, but there is a growing gap between imports...
  • No need for alarm as container lines return to the shipyards
    Several leading containership owners are in talks with Chinese and South Korean yards about newbuilding programmes for vessels of up...
  • State aid for shipping nears $10bn during pandemic
    Several shipping sectors have been bailed out with financial support during the health crisis, but with few terms attached, aid...
  • Eastern Pacific wins ethane carrier deal as US-China trades rise
    Petroleum feedstock in demand for ethane-to-ethylene plants. Ethane exports have kept the lowest profile in the US shale oil evolution...
  • Counterparty scrutiny spikes as supply chain risks rise
    Counterparty risks across the entire supply chain have increased as the liquidity crunch caused by the pandemic presents strong headwinds...
  • Container freight rates remain near record highs as peak season runs on
    Golden Week usually marks the end of the container shipping peak season. This year, however, box freight rates on the...
  • Ocean freight rollovers causing supply chaos for shippers
    With container vessels full from Asia to the US and Europe, cargo owners and forwarders are struggling to secure slots...
  • OOCL boosted by surging rates
    Revenue on the Asia-Europe and transpacific trades saw the biggest improvement among all routes, up 25.5% and 18.4%, respectively. The...
  • IMO agrees emission-cutting proposal despite reservations
    The International Maritime Organization's talks this week on a short-term greenhouse gas measure have left some delegates dismayed by what...
  • Scorpio Bulkers continues fleet-sale programme
    This is the US-listed company's eighth vessel sale since the end of September as it transitions to the offshore wind...
  • Get ready for the Lloyd's List Posidonia Week Forum
    Lloyd's List and the organisers of Posidonia present an engaging digital event featuring leading industry thinkers tackling the most important...
  • Capesize index falls 26% over the week but market stays optimistic
    China, which is of course the most important economy for dry bulk demand and especially capesizes, will remain the shinning...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: P&I pool claims hit record $300m at halfway mark | Australian state threatens to turn away vessels...
  • Australia detains Japanese car carrier with overdue crew
    A number of seafarers on the vessel Metis Leader have been working on board in excess of the 11 months...
  • NYK buys out LNG shipmanagement unit from Total
    NYK says the deal is to strengthen its shipmanagement system and expand its LNG business in France. The acquisition has...
  • South Korea touts world's first large liquefied hydrogen carrier design
    The Hydrogen Council has projected that this next-generation fuel will command an 18% share of the global energy market by...
  • Port of Savannah stays ahead of the curve to increase throughput
    Among efforts to increase capacity at GPA are the Savannah Harbour Expansion Project, now 75% complete and the Mason Mega...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
OCTOBER 23, 2020
  • Ag shippers slam carriers for refusing some export loads
  • Halifax can now handle two mega-ships simultaneously
  • Competition sets European parcel market apart from US
  • UP says intermodal rail fluid again; some IMCs not convinced
  • OOCL reports sharp rise in Q3 volume, revenue
  • Maersk's Damco move ups threat to digitally deficient NVOs, carriers
  • Sweeper vessels waiting for Sydney congestion to ease

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TradeWindsweb site
OCTOBER 23, 2020
  • Australia shines bright as product tanker market with refinery closures planned
  • Giveans drops expectations for crude owners ahead of earnings
  • Capesize rates pick up amid steady fall for smaller asset classes
  • Bouchard Transportation gets go-ahead on $60m bankruptcy funding
  • Hermitage Offshore drops appeal of NYSE delisting
  • IMO agrees measures to reduce shipping's carbon emissions
  • Doubt cast on new evidence in tragic sinking of Estonia
  • Adam Polemis and Muhit Maritime target aframax recycling sales
  • Wartsila expects to lose 10% of revenue as pandemic grinds on
  • DNB's Huseby says banking activity spike is good sign for shipping
  • Iranian VLCC ships crude from Venezuela back home, defying US sanctions again
  • OLT gets green light for small-scale cargoes from Livorno FSRU
  • Nicholas Georgiou takes the helm at Libra subsidiary Lomar Shipping
  • Fred Olsen takes $20m hit on cruiseship sales as it falls to loss
  • Greek tanker crew safe after contact was lost off Nigeria
  • DFDS raises outlook for 2020 as freight volumes grow
  • Greek shipping looks to an era of opportunity
  • Eastern Pacific breaks into the ethane carrier sector with newbuilding quartet
  • Dorian LPG rates miss consensus but VLGC markets stay firm
  • Nielsen's vision for German V.Ships desk draws on wealth of seagoing experience
  • NYK Line car carrier held in Australia over delayed crew changes
  • More drugs found on cargoship three weeks after Brazilian raid
  • US lawmakers propose carbon reporting scheme for shipping
  • BW Offshore gives up on New Zealand FPSO in liquidation move
  • Wilhelmsen secures EU grant to develop hydrogen-fuelled ro-ro
  • Oil producer arrests Ciner tanker after collision, claiming $225m in damage
  • Europe should join IMO's lead on emissions reduction strategy
  • Mexican shipbreaker to chomp on veteran cruiseship
  • NYK Line confirms buyout of LNG shipmanager Gazocean
  • Buana Lintas Lautan in line for $60m for potential tanker acquisitions
  • We must attract youngsters, says SSA's first female president
  • Caroline Yang: the lawyer who fell into shipping and decided to stay
  • New entrants mark major shift in Singapore bunker scene

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American Shipperweb site
OCTOBER 23, 2020
  • Supply chains will face multiple scenarios for shipping COVID vaccines (with video)
    The challenges of delivering a coronavirus vaccine to 8 billion people are immense, but over time more logistics companies will be able to participate as...
  • FreightWaves Flashback: Should neighboring ports actually marry?
    1981: Civic pride and more than a little politicking have scuttled - at least temporarily - a controversial proposal to study whether the competing Puget...
  • House committee slams airline contractors for layoffs after COVID aid
    Ground handling companies, with the help of Trump administration officials at the Treasury Department, took CARES Act aid designed to keep workers employed and still...
  • Ag exporters grapple with COVID, trade war, political unknowns (with video)
    High cost of repositioning reefer equipment is hitting food exporters hard amid ongoing tariff fallout.
  • Hillebrand expands bulk liquid logistics with Braid acquisition
    German forwarder says acquisition will expand its global business in handling nonhazardous bulk liquids such as alcoholic beverages and edible oils.
  • Will we really need 8,000 jumbo jets to transport COVID vaccines?
    Airline industry experts are just guesstimating when they say 8,000 big freighter planes will be needed to rush COVID vaccines to the public. Until we...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
OCTOBER 23, 2020
  • Europe HSFO cracks strengthen further on sour crude woes, despite improving availability
    The European fuel oil market has seen notable strength in the high sulfur fuel oil cracks in recent weeks, despite previous tightness in the region reportedly easing, and much to the surprise of many market participants.
  • ARA fuel oil stocks up 22% on week at 1.478 mil mt: Insights Global
    Stocks of fuel oil in the Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp region increased 22% on the week at 1.478 million mt in the week to Oct. 21, showed Insights Global data released Oct. 22.
  • NWE MGO availability tightens amid minimized refinery production
    Availability of marine gasoil in Northwest Europe has tightened as oil refineries reduce production rates in the face of a second wave of coronavirus infections.
  • Green fuels in focus ahead of IMO's 2030 target to cut carbon emissions: conference
    After a transition to IMO 2020, shipowners and bunker buyers are now facing their next big challenge -- the 2030 target to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, participants said at the Maritime Week Americas 2020 conference organized by Petrospot.
  • Tight availability of VLSFO bunkers in ARA causes loading delays: sources
    Availability of very low sulfur fuel oil is tight in the Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp region, causing loading delays of between two and three days, market sources said.
  • Norway liquid hydrogen marine power project to receive Eur8 mil in funding
    **Subject to partners signing grant deal by year-end **Eye on green liquid hydrogen supply chain in Norway
  • Trafigura buys stake in Italian Saras; access to largest refinery in the Med
    **Trafigura to "engage" as a shareholder **Saras operates 300,000 b/d Sarroch refinery **Minority stake worth around Eur13 million
  • EU environment ministers reach partial agreement on climate law: lawmaker
    **Ministers agree 2030 climate target should be fixed **No position yet on headline 2030 emissions goal **EU Council to discuss issue in Dec
  • External: Global Risk Management
  • Conversion starts of Sweden's Lysekil refinery
    **Redevelopment will reduce GHG emissions by up to 1.7 million mt/year **New plant operations expected to start by 2024
  • OIL FUTURES: Crude higher on bullish US jobs data
    **Coronavirus outlook still weighs on demand **US jobless benefits claims fall to pandemic-era low
  • LR2 oversupply sees owners short loading vessels as competition for cargoes heightens
    Freight indications for Mediterranean-Japan shipments basis 80,000 mt fell from $1.9 million lump sum on Oct.1 to $1.5 million lump sum on Oct.21.
  • Dorian LPG sees dual fuel VLGC upgrade costing 3 three times scrubber retrofitting
    "Ten of our ships are equipped with scrubbers and we have commitments for another two," Young said.
  • South Korea's Hyundai Heavy, Glovis receive approval to build liquefied hydrogen carrier
    Under the MOU, Hyundai Glovis will transport hydrogen manufactured at Hyundai Steel's plant at Dangjin to HyNet's hydrogen charging stations in Chungcheong.




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