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28 November 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 02:52 GMT+1

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Exim Indiaweb site
SEPTEMBER 28, 2020
  • Abu Dhabi Ports acquires MICCO Logistics
  • CEVA Logistics expands in Thailand with new ocean station at Laem Chabang
  • CMA CGM WAX service to serve Cameroon market from October 2020
  • ICS reaffirms confidence in Chairmanship of Esben Poulsson
  • Milaha signs key deal with major oilfield services firm
  • MOL's LNG-fueled tugboat bags 'Ship of the Year 2019' award
  • SCFI Asia-Northern Europe spot rates down, others up
  • Though last hostages freed, threat from Somali pirates seen persisting
  • ZIM announces new China Australia Express service
  • Import of agrochemicals, medical, scientific instruments from China went up during April-July 2020
  • Tea exports slump
  • Port sector seeing signs of recovery
  • NHAI agrees to suggestions made by highway builders to ease construction
  • Railways rolls out User Depot Module
  • EPCES signs MoU with ICAI for promotion of exports of accountancy & finance services from SEZs & EOUs
  • Indian economy projected to see turnaround as improvement visible during Q2
  • Big public investment push needed for global economic recovery, says report
  • Likhitha Infrastructure IPO opens today

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International Transport Journalweb site
SEPTEMBER 29, 2020
  • Railfreight companies demonstrate in Berlin
  • Rail and road bring olive oil to Belgium
  • Satisfactory result for Circle in H1
  • Port of Guadeloupe opts for continuity
  • CMA CGM updates WAX service
  • Bringing Japan and the USA together
  • Pan-European call for Brexit deal
  • Laurels for the Port of Montréal
  • Sculptures on the move
  • Otávio Meneguette elected vice president of Latam Cargo
  • Biggest cargo carrier back in Africa
  • More rail tank cars meet US safety standards
  • Eastern and Globalx - but all USA
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • New normal at Port of Corpus Christi
  • New Flexis for Norish
  • Nikki Clifton to lead the UPS Foundation

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The Loadstarweb site
SEPTEMBER 28, 2020
  • Shippers face 'significant' rate hikes as new container contract talks loom
  • CMA CGM hit by cyber attack, but says it's business as usual
  • Terminal operator Patrick and stevedore union clash over port delay claims
  • FedEx beefs up home delivery services as e-commerce items get bulkier
  • Manston air cargo hub sets its sights on trucked freight and e-commerce
  • ADP spreads its logistics footprint with MICCO Logistics acquisition
  • Market Insight: Wary of the DSV threat, Kuehne + Nagel restructuring marches on

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Marine Logweb site
SEPTEMBER 28, 2020
  • Bouchard Transportation files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
    Privately-held Bouchard Transportation Co., Inc., the largest independently-owned ocean-going petroleum barge company in the U.S., said today that it and certain of its subsidiaries have filed voluntary petitions to restructure under Chapter
  • Q&A: Lake Carriers' Association President James Weakley
    We recently talked with Lake Carriers' Association (LCA) President James Weakley to get the organization's perspective on U.S. Great Lakes issues. Marine Log (ML): What is the mission of the Lake Carriers'
  • Bermuda Incat returns to Gladding-Hearn for refit
    Resolute, one of two high-speed passenger catamarans delivered by Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding, Duclos Corporation to the Bermuda Ministry of Transport in 2002, has returned to the Somerset, Mass., shipyard for a complete refit.
  • Myrick Marine Contracting puts new barge and crane to work
    Myrick Marine Contracting Corporation, Savannah, Ga., put a newly acquired floating crane package to work this summer. The 130 foot long by 60 foot wide and 8 foot tall spud barge, named
  • Metal Shark delivers custom tender for Ocean Xplorer
    Jeanerette, La., headquartered shipbuilder Metal Shark has delivered a new research tender to New York-based nonprofit ocean exploration initiative and media organization OceanX. The custom 38-foot Defiant-class welded aluminum monohull pilothouse vessel
  • Luedtke Engineering to dredge Green Bay Harbor
    The Wisconsin Domestic Maritime Coalition reports that Luedtke Engineering Company has returned to Green Bay Harbor for the fourth time in the last five years to complete maintenance dredging of the federal
  • West of England P&I strengthens loss prevention team
    West of England P&I Club has appointed Captain Simon Hodgkinson, formerly Head of Marine Operations at seismic vessel operator Polarcus, as Global Head of its Loss Prevention Department. It has also promoted
  • Sniffer drone deployed over Strait of Dover
    To tighten control of ship emissions, France's Ministry of the Sea is deploying a sniffer drone in the Pas-de-Calais region, bordering the Strait of Dover, the world's busiest area for ship movements.
  • Houses passes amendment reinforcing Jones Act requirements for offshore renewables
    The U.S. House of Representatives has passed an amendment by Congressman John Garamendi (D-Calif.) to the "Clean Economy Jobs and Innovation Act" (H.R. 4447) that clarifies that the Outer Continental Shelf Lands
  • 12 crew members on Aegean cruise test positive for coronavirus
    In a blow to cruise industry hopes of a return to some kind of normal, 12 crew members on board TUI Cruises' Mein Schiff 6 have tested positive for COVID-19. The ship,

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Lloyd's Listweb site
SEPTEMBER 28, 2020
  • Newbuilding tankers accelerate clean trading
    Development adds further pressure as they cannibalise market for smaller product tankers
  • BIMCO lines up Laeisz chief as future president
    Former New York shipbroker joined family company in 1993 to help with DSR acquisition and is now in line to...
  • Port delays could see cargo damage claims rise
    A court has found in favour of a vessel owner after a cargo of soyabeans from Brazil became spoiled due...
  • Oldendorff reports more coronavirus cases on bulker off Australia
    Seventeen crew of the bulk carrier Patricia Oldendorff have tested positive for coronavirus after arriving from Manila last week. The...
  • Maritime Markets Outlook: Tankers' middle class problem and fleet forecast
    In the launch edition of the monthly maritime markets outlook: Why shipping's middle class problem means we are very bearish...
  • West of England hires head of loss prevention from Polarcus
    International Group affiliate strengthens department with two new hires and a promotion
  • One Hundred People 2020: Reader recommendations invited
    With the deadline for out 'One Hundred People 2020' fast approaching, our editorial team is busy compiling and comparing notes:...
  • Cosco names new deputy president of container unit
    Mr Yao joined OOCL in 1993, and had been the company's head of corporate operations, marketing, regions management and network...
  • Ask the Analyst: Data is crucial in crisis response
    The Beirut port explosion, storage of hazardous goods, and the pandemic impact on seafarers' health and rights exposes wider issues...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Clock ticking to secure shipping's carbon solution | Trafigura proposes new levy on marine fuels to cut...
  • CMA CGM confirms ransomware attack
    After initially claiming the company's booking system was disabled by 'an internal IT infrastructure issue', CMA CGM has now confirmed it...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
SEPTEMBER 28, 2020
  • US ro-ro ports upbeat after dismal first half
  • Houston weighs new terminal, inland port amid container growth
  • More US truck drivers shifting to short-haul jobs
  • Cyber attack cripples CMA CGM website
  • Air cargo facing huge post-Golden Week demand: forwarders

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TradeWindsweb site
SEPTEMBER 28, 2020
  • Scorpio Bulkers' wind 'pivot' begins with sale of first kamsarmax unit
    CEO Emanuele Lauro hails 'one of many our transition' to the WTIV market
  • Sovcomflot looking to raise $534m from Moscow IPO
    The initial pricing suggests the Russian shipowner is worth up to $3.5bn
  • Scorpio insiders 'take advantage of incredible selloff' on shares
    Scorpio Services Holding has invested $12.4m combined in Scorpio Bulkers and Scorpio Tankers since May
  • Lukoil's trading arm takes six product tankers on time charters
    Litasco provides sole bright spot in otherwise quiet trading
  • Nikolaus Schues named as Chao's successor at Bimco
    Shipping body will revert to male leaderships with elevation of traditional German shipowner to key role
  • Shareholders launch legal battle after Golar LNG shares crash
    Golar LNG is accused of misleading investors by failing to disclose the bribery allegations against Hygo Energy Transition's chief executive
  • Evangelos Pistiolis ups VLCC and suezmax order tally at Hyundai Heavy
    Greek owner has ordered tankers worth about half a billion dollars at the South Korean builder since the beginning of the year
  • US shipping stocks depressed by broader market woes and Hygo implosion
    Jefferies watching overall market sentiment as better rates in several segments led by lower share prices
  • France's CMA CGM hit by cyber-attack
    Yet another liner operator falls victim to attack on its servers
  • Offers go in for Shell's TFDE secondhand LNG carrier duo
    Energy major intent on concluding a sale within this year
  • P&O Cruises Australia gives Pacific Dawn an early heave-ho
    Carnival subsidiary says goodbye to cruiseship one year ahead of schedule
  • Maersk Supply sees the light with electric charging buoy
    Danish offshore vessel owner says device could be used by many different types of ships
  • Karpowership kicks off world's first LNG-to-floating power project
    Company using mini FSRU to supply gas to powership working off Amurang in Indonesia
  • Rate rally dismissed as 'dead-cat bounce' as Okeanis fixes VLCC for a year
    Tanker rates still under pressure as volumes stay low and China congestion eases
  • Polarcus lays up seismic ship returned by Sovcomflot
    Polarcus Amani being stacked until market supports reactivation, Oslo-listed vessel owner says
  • Pangaea Logistics increases ice-class focus with $22.5m buy of Nordic Bulk stake
    Acquisition will give Rhode Island owner two-thirds stake in affiliated owner with Arctic specialty
  • Hartmann Group's MTL rejects reports of Western Maritime handysize fleet sale
    Four of six handysize bulkers owned by a low-profile Western Maritime have been pulled from the sales block
  • Insurance broker Tysers tells P&I clubs to 'hold fire' on premium hikes
    Broker says insurers should resist temptation to hike rates as shipowners suffer in the face of ongoing pandemic
  • Former Citi economist to become Yang Ming chairman
    Industry veteran Bronson Hsieh will retire after four decades in shipping
  • Palmali tanker chief officer goes on hunger strike over back pay
    Russian seafarers' union says crewman has not been paid for 13 months.
  • Marine paint giant Jotun turns record profit despite pandemic challenges
  • Karpowership kicks off world's first LNG-to-floating power project
    Company using mini FSRU to supply gas to powership working off Amurang in Indonesia
  • Greek cruise return suffers blow as coronavirus breaks out on TUI ship in Aegean Sea
    Greek cruiseship debut goes awry after Covid-19 strikes amid Mein Schiff 6 crew
  • Portline selling supramax bulkers and a capesize in fleet renewal move
    Despite denying links to the late Hong Kong shipowner Stanley Ho, Portline has been changing since his death in May
  • Greek cruise return suffers blow as coronavirus breaks out TUI ship in Greece
    Greek cruiseship debut goes awry after Covid-19 strikes amid Mein Schiff 6 crew
  • Ince opens new office in Cyprus with takeover of local firm
    Move marks the second time this year that Ince has grown its international network by consolidating with local firms
  • UECC's dual-fuel ships turn into tram carriers for Oslo deal
    NYK Line and Wallenius venture carrying Spanish-built carriages to Norway
  • Oldendorff confirms 17 crew members test positive on baby cape off Australia
    German bulker operator says it is very concerned about seafarers on bulker at Port Hedland
  • P&O Cruises Australia gives Pacific Crown an early heave-ho
    Carnival subsidiary says goodbye to cruiseship one year ahead of schedule
  • Chevron fixes Enesel VLCC as trading houses pull back
  • Oldendorff confirms 17 crew test positive on baby cape off Australia
    German owner says it is very concerned about crew on bulker at Port Hedland
  • 'Chile is not a maritime country': growing a family business under the radar
  • Chile's Nachipa aims to treble bulker fleet as it moves into Europe
    Asian office also being planned as venerable family-owned business staying light on its feet
  • Clarksons more optimistic but says pandemic shock will outstrip 2008 crash
    Economic indicators marginally more positive after the summer, but shipping trade to fall 4.4% in 2020
  • Milaha teams with Schlumberger for offshore vessel newbuildings
    Project is designed to keep energy supply chain within Qatar as much as possible
  • George Moundreas chases HNA Group for $2.28m Jinhai commissions
    Newbuilding broker George Moundreas & Co wants US courts to help it get at unpaid commissions
  • Fred Olsen sells elderly cruiseship duo for non-cruising roles
    Turkish buyer takes Boudicca and Black Watch to use as accommodation ships
  • EU steps up inspections off Libya as more tankers call at reopened ports
    Exports have resumed from three of the country's five blockaded ports, according to Braemar ACM.
  • Covid-19 outbreak hits Oldendorff babycape off Australia
    Authorities say at least nine members of bulker's crew have been diagnosed with the virus

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American Shipperweb site
SEPTEMBER 28, 2020
  • Maritime History Notes: Misdeclared cargo and the fabled Rock Island Line
    Cargo misdeclaration may save a shipper money on freight rates, but this underhanded act threatens the lives of those who provide the transportation.
  • Linde GmbH settles US allegations of import fraud for $22 million
    German gas manufacturer Linde GmbH allegedly blew hot air at U.S. Customs in its import declarations to fake the value of goods and lower its...
  • CMA CGM victim of cyberattack
    The French shipping giant's network is down.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
SEPTEMBER 28, 2020
  • AMERICAS BUNKERS: Key market indicators this week
  • Asia residue fuel market - Key market indicators this week
  • Equity rally pushes oil higher, but demand concerns linger
  • Europe and Africa residual fuel: Key market indicators this week

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