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28 November 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 03:58 GMT+1

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Exim Indiaweb site
OCTOBER 26, 2020
  • CMA CGM launches BRAZEX 2 service, its new milestone in Latin America
  • Coastal Shipping Bill to promote & increase coastal movement, transportation on the anvil: Mandaviya
  • HHI, Hyundai Glovis, Liberian Registry & KR develop world's first large-size commercial hydrogen carrier
  • Hillebrand acquires Braid to strengthen expertise in handling non-hazardous liquids in bulk
  • MOL names 4th & last LNG carrier for key project
  • Nigerian ports may face trouble as freight forwarders oppose demurrage, storage charges on trapped goods
  • OOCL announces Asia-Europe product changes & enhancements
  • Wan Hai Lines announces new intra-Asia service
  • Coal imports rise in September
  • Few sectors likely to get initial priority in RoDTEP
  • Textile manufacturers seek abolition of anti-dumping duty on VSF
  • Draught enhancement at Paradip Port for November 2020
  • FIATA FMC toolkit provides guidance to members on unjust demurrage & detention practices
  • Focus on Vizhinjam as a key container transhipment port
  • New bulk cargo facility to come up at Poti port in Georgia
  • Port of Rotterdam in collaboration with academia for the port of the future
  • Customs railway & data experts gather for first Global Railway Workshop towards development of WCO Railway Guidelines
  • MMD 3 & DgNote Technologies announce tie-up to offer online marine insurance solutions
  • Resilient global trading needs efficient logistics, says analysis
  • India's GDP seen growing by 7.7 pc in 2021-22
  • Bangladesh India Mediators Forum set up

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International Transport Journalweb site
OCTOBER 27, 2020
  • Trieste connects north and south
  • ITJ Video News - 22 October 2020
  • Five US carriers for Rail Pulse
  • Intuitive IT solutions for air cargo
  • Alha extends partnership at MXP
  • Four Gold Stevie awards for "women in business"
  • Amazon: the only way is up
  • Ready for Covid-19's second wave
  • DP World re-performing in Q3/2020
  • Frank Schäfer stays AMÖ's president
  • Networking from Graz to Vienna
  • High-powered truck for heavy duty loads
  • Finnair Cargo declares to be vaccine-ready
  • Columbia and Premuda join forces
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • XPO Logistics appoints Santoro
  • Vopak's buyback programme closed
  • A partnership to boost container traffic
  • North America's first IWT certified airline
  • Two CTVs from Singapore

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The Loadstarweb site
OCTOBER 26, 2020
  • Tiaca backs adoption of dynamic load factors in air cargo - but IATA stays silent
  • Importers angry as UK box ports buckle under 'abnormal demand'
  • More warnings of price rises, as logistics firms feel 'left in the dark' over Brexit
  • Pharma must engage with supply chain players for a successful vaccine roll-out
  • US trucking will remain volatile into 2021, but rates may have peaked
  • Struggling airline Biman faces more financial troubles over unpaid fuel bills
  • Thomas Kipp is new COO as Aramex rolls out CargoWise forwarding platform
  • EXCLUSIVE Snapshot: Jumping for joy as Toll regains its fighting spirit
  • Conf call redux: Kuehne + Nagel's 2020? So far, so 2019
  • On the wires: With surprise factor gone, stellar OOCL still sets the tone for all

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Marine Logweb site
OCTOBER 26, 2020
  • Callan Marine wins Gulf Intracoastal dredging contract
    Galveston, Texas-based Callan Marine has been awarded the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers contract for maintenance dredging of the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, from Rollover Pass to the Galveston Causeway. This project will
  • America's first cargo hybrid to add autonomy
    The first hybrid cargo vessel to be built in the U.S., the Captain Ben Moore, the third in a series of 65 foot hybrid catamarans built by Derecktor Shipyards, Mamaroneck, N.Y., is
  • FERRIES 2020: New hybrid electric WSF Olympic class ferry
    On November 10, Matt Williams, program manager at Portland. Ore.-based Vigor, will give a presentation at Marine Log's free virtual FERRIES 2020 conference that features highlights and progress on the new hybrid
  • USCG FRCs could be based in American Samoa
    U.S. National Security Advisor Robert O'Brien last week announced plans to conduct a feasibility study on whether to base U.S. Coast Guard Sentinel Class Fast Response Cutters (FRCs) in American Samoa. "The
  • U.K. special forces end stowaway takeover of Navios tanker
    An incident in which a group of stowaways took control of the Navios Tankers Management 75,000 dwt tanker Nave Andromeda in the English Channel off Gosport, Hampshire, ended when U.K. special forces

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Lloyd's Listweb site
OCTOBER 26, 2020
  • Stowaway drama highlights policy shortfalls and legal vacuum
    There are no guidelines for crew to deal with unauthorised persons who have boarded a ship, so the incident at...
  • IMO must do more work on emissions, says industry
    BIMCO and the World Shipping Council have told governments there is more work to do after an agreement was reached...
  • Oil transfer starts from stranded Venezuelan floating storage unit
    Questions have been raised about whether a larger tanker could be used for the operation, which would take up to...
  • Hope fades for three missing seafarers after tanker explosion
    Three seafarers missing after an explosion on a chemical tanker in the Sea of Azov
  • 'Stay positive, think global' is message of Posidonia panel
    The most far-reaching consequence of the health crisis is expected to be a discouragement from ordering ships, which will lead...
  • UK's freight ecosystem braces for massive changes
    The UK's freight ecosystem faces massive changes in how it does business with its European trading partners
  • Falcon Maritime joins Dania Ship Management
    The addition of Falcon Maritime extends Dania Ship Management's capabilities to create 'a compelling platform' for Copenhagen-based shipmanagement solutions
  • Scrubber sales fall amid uncertainty, says Wärtsilä
    Signs that the fuel price spread has increased in recent weeks is encouraging, but risks remain about a second or...
  • Vessel owner praises 'calm' crew after security incident
    Greece-based Navios Tanker Management thanks the UK authorities for their response and praises ship staff for remaining calm through their...
  • Box lines add record capacity in fourth quarter
    After overshooting on capacity reductions during the peak of the pandemic, container lines have not only restored blanked sailings but...
  • Italy LNG bunkering on track with Toscana green light
    Italy has at least two terminals being developed to provide LNG bunkering services
  • Armed robbers target three vessels along Singapore Strait
    The Singapore Strait has seen 28 reported incidents since the start of this year, 24 of these occurred in its...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: IMO agrees emission-cutting proposal despite reservations | Counterparty scrutiny spikes as supply chain risks rise | No need...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
OCTOBER 26, 2020
  • New Trans-Pacific capacity injections spark demand doubts
  • Carrier schedule reliability falls to 2020 low of 56 percent
  • APL Logistics brings expedited ocean service to trans-Atlantic
  • Logistics expansion keeps Abu Dhabi Ports growing despite pandemic
  • US online sales driving growth of 'consumer LTL'

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TradeWindsweb site
OCTOBER 26, 2020
  • US sanctions again take aim at Iranian oil industry, shipping
  • Capesize futures fall amid China's high iron-ore inventory
  • Shipping stumbles into earnings season looking for investor catalysts
  • Hafnia, BW Group and Shell call for winning ideas on women in maritime
  • Winter could be a 'serious dud' for tankers, with weak rates expected
  • VLCC owner Bahri hails 'remarkable' 300% jump in profit
  • Shipping groups take a swipe at 'vague' and 'disappointing' IMO climate deal
  • AI caramba! Life hots up for new DSME worker
  • P&O Maritime reveals $30m of wind vessel charters in Taiwan
  • OOCL volumes up nearly 10% in third quarter despite pandemic
  • High Court allows John Fredriksen to pursue fraud lawsuit
  • Hunter Group takes more VLCC cover as 'challenging' period looms
  • Sides in Libyan civil war sign onto UN-backed ceasefire
  • Three crew members missing after blast on Palmali product tanker
  • Kim Heng teams up with Thaitan in renewables venture
  • Australia, Chile and Middle East loom as hydrogen export centres
  • S&P Deal Book: Minerva offloads another aframax; Byzantine returns as buyer
  • V.Ships follows Costamare deal with bulker expansion
  • New opportunities amid energy transition: seaborne transport of low-emission fuels
  • Wikborg Rein unveils new Singapore office boss following Teare departure
  • Carnival gives $200m Victory refit resumption the go-ahead
  • UK special forces storm Navios product tanker

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American Shipperweb site
OCTOBER 26, 2020
  • E-commerce explodes into holiday shipping season
    We're shopping online for products at levels not expected for 10 years because of the pandemic. Delivery companies are trying their best to stay ahead...
  • OOCL Q3 revenue climbs 16.3%
    Hong Kong-based container carrier moves 1.94 million TEUs during the third quarter of 2020.
  • Career Tracks: COO, CTO and CMO
    Svitzer, Alvys, Blue Ridge, Duluth Seaway and Bureau Veritas announce appointments.
  • What shipowners should know about new pollution control standards
    Maritime sector is encouraged to weigh in during a 30-day comment period that begins Monday.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
OCTOBER 26, 2020
  • OIL FUTURES: Crude settles lower as COVID-19 surge threatens demand outlooks
    Oil futures settled lower Oct. 26 as demand outlooks came under pressure amid a surge in COVID-19 cases in the US and Europe.
  • AMERICAS BUNKERS: Key market indicators this week
    Spot marine fuel pricing was again mixed throughout the Americas, with the week ended Oct. 24 seeing a bearish close, as ports took direction amid limited liquidity and some feedback pointing to shifts in supply fundamentals.
  • Europe and Africa residual fuel -- key market indicators this week
    Market conditions in Northwest Europe are strengthening as a result of reduced supply in the market, while demand remains largely unchanged at levels below those before the coronavirus pandemic.
  • CHINA DATA: Sep fuel oil exports drop 23% on month to 1.27 mil mt
    China exported 1.27 million mt of fuel oil in September, down 23% on the month but up 31.9% year on year, data from the General Administration of Customs showed Oct. 26.
  • Singapore 10 ppm gasoil/marine fuel 0.5%S spread shrinks to 6-month low on faltering gasoil
    The spread between FOB Singapore 10 ppm sulfur gasoil and marine fuel 0.5%S narrowed to a 6-month low Oct. 23 on the back of weakening gasoil and tightening marine fuel 0.5%S markets.
  • Asia residue fuel market - Key market indicators this week
    Traders expect fuel oil supply for both low sulfur and high sulfur grades to remain tight in the coming weeks as refiners are cutting run rates globally due to weak middle distillate demand.
  • Shipping industry players must take more active role in decarbonization
    **Industry must work in tandem with other stakeholders **EU ETS undermines global decarbonization efforts
  • Galp maintains 2020 output, capex targets on Brazil ramp-ups
    **Targets 10% production growth, 50% capex cut **Production costs reduced to $1.90/b in Q3 **Downstream hit by aviation, bunkers
  • Market imbalances point to opportunities for clean products tanker market: analysts
    **Differing impact of coronavirus opens arbitrage windows **Gasoline key to recovery for oil demand **Short-term outlook for gasoline, clean tankers weak

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