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18 April 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 02:10 GMT+2

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Exim Indiaweb site
MARCH 14, 2021
  • CMA CGM Group posts $1.75 bn net profit in 2020, driven by robust momentum in international trade
  • India a pioneering country in IMO initiative to significantly cut annual greenhouse gas emissions from international shipping
  • Stakeholders invited to help create global digital ISO standards
  • Call for India to cut import tariffs by 50 pc
  • Sugar production up
  • Record productivity in handling steel & aluminium ingots at PICT
  • Strong growth in reefer segment at Port of Antwerp in 2020
  • Updated Port Environment Protection Safety charges at Adani Hazira Port
  • India proposes inclusion of Chabahar Port in INSTC
  • Railways surpasses last fiscal's total cumulative freight loading
  • US to review resilience of supply chains
  • India proposes priority areas for deliverables at BRICS meeting
  • CBIC issues guidelines for attachment of property under GST Act
  • Mumbai Port Trust celebrates the Marathi language

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International Transport Journalweb site
MARCH 15, 2021
  • China-Zurich direct
  • A lot of money for Lineage Logistics
  • KLU studies burnout
  • Only slight drop in sales despite pandemic
  • Frankfurt and Hong Kong going high
  • From Sweden down south
  • More time for industry in UK
  • Second managing director for LHG
  • 2020: uptick in reefer market
  • Trailer manufacturer expands in Benelux
  • Vaccines from China and India to Africa
  • Stef Group hit hard by Covid-19
  • New sales and marketing director
  • From Alaska to the Spanish Isles
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Safety measures for TEN-T Corridor
  • 100th joint cargo flight of reduced fleet

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The Loadstarweb site
MARCH 12, 2021
  • Rates hold steady despite softer demand, with carriers firm on contract prices
  • No post-CNY easing of container shortages - it's a 'cycle of perpetual scarcity'
  • More cargo airlines eye adding revenue through multichannel sales
  • Vietnam recovery held back by steep ocean rates and box woes
  • Edmonton Airport builds capacity to keep pace with continuing cargo growth
  • Deferring new UK-EU customs controls no 'universal fix' for underlying problems
  • M&A radar: Maersk MCI sale rumours - can't stand the heat, get in the freezer

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Marine Logweb site
MARCH 12, 2021
  • SAFE Boats to resume production at Tacoma facility
    Bremerton, Wash., headquartered SAFE Boats International is to bring back production to its Large Craft Production Facility (LCPF), located in the Port of Tacoma, which specializes in production of vessels over 65
  • USACE activates inspections along Mississippi River
    The Mississippi River at the Carrollton Gage in New Orleans has risen above 11 feet prompting the New Orleans Engineer District to activate Phase I flood fight procedures beginning March 11, 2021.
  • VIDEO: LNG-fueled car carrier first newbuild with ClassNK remote survey notation
    K-Line's LNG-fueled car carrier Century Highway Green, recently completed by Imabari Shipbuilding's Tadotsu Shipyard, has become the world's first vessel to receive ClassNK's Remote Survey (RMSV) notation on delivery. Version 2 of
  • Pacific islands propose hefty levy on ships' GHG emissions
    As we reported yesterday, the shipping community is calling for a $5 billion IMO shipping decarbonization R&D effort to be funded by a $2 per ton tax on marine fuels. Two pacific

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MARCH 12, 2021
  • CMA CGM sees volumes remaining strong for first half of 2021
    CMA CGM has reported lower volumes for 2020. But a rapid recovery in the fourth quarter boosted profitability across the...
  • Israel's 'secret attacks' on Iran's tankers not a threat to shipping, say experts
    The Wall Street Journal reported Iran has bombed or mined Iranian tankers carrying oil bound for Syria since late 2019...
  • Not all countries should be in the flagging business
    The right of sovereign states to set up a shipping register goes back over a century to the Treaty of...
  • Union urges release of seafarer stuck on ship for four years
    The 33-year-old seafarer from Syria was ordered by a local court to stay on the abandoned Bahrain-flagged vessel as legal...
  • The week in charts: Gulf of Guinea piracy | Muted box growth | Casualty reporting shortfall
    Lloyd's List's interactive map highlights the ongoing threat of piracy in the Gulf of Guinea, while global volume growth of...
  • The Lloyd's List Podcast: Oil spills and container losses
    ITOPF managing director Dr Karen Purnell joins the Lloyd's List Sustainability Editor Anastassios Adamopoulos to explain why oil spills from...
  • RightShip expands vetting rules
    There are now 50 assessment items, compared with the original 20
  • Lloyd's List launches The Future of Shipping hub
    Over the course of 2021 Lloyd's List will host a series of live digital events, on-demand content and special reports...
  • Dozens of bulkers remain caught in crosshairs of China-Australia row
    While China's ban on Australian cargo has been positive for the dry bulk market, over 40 laden bulkers remain stranded...
  • Israel is targeting ships carrying Iranian oil, says WSJ
    WSJ report says Israel targeted at least 12 vessels linked to Iran
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Marshall Islands demands $100 tax on shipping emissions | New Opec forecasts to weigh on Middle East Gulf...
  • Seattle dredging plan draws environmental challenge
    The Center for Biological Diversity says the deepening project would have an impact on wildlife, including whales, and contaminate local waters
  • Wan Hai unveils $1bn ordering spree
    Brokers suggest the Taiwanese shipping line is in talk with shipbuilders, including Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering, about the construction...
  • Fifteen crew kidnapped from tanker in Gulf of Guinea
    The remaining six crew members of the tanker are safe and on board the tanker, which is being attended by...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MARCH 12, 2021
  • TPM21: Shippers add last-mile carriers to avoid capacity squeeze
  • CMA CGM cuts debt, posts $1.75 billion 2020 profit
  • Depot closure, empty returns snarling NY-NJ port truckers
  • Poor service levels disrupt strong trans-Atlantic demand
  • New devices, increased interoperability drive reefer tracking improvements
  • JNPT refocusing on rail efficiencies to stem North India cargo diversions

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TradeWindsweb site
MARCH 12, 2021
  • Capesize bulkers fixed on period amid strong forward curve
  • Saade family increase stake in CMA CGM as profits boom
  • Repsol bunkers Furetank newbuilding with carbon neutral LNG
  • Springtime has come for product tankers amid buoyant east-of-Suez trade
  • MR spot market misery and impairments push TNG to $10m loss
  • International Seaways expects 'double-digit returns' on Shell project
  • IRISL says explosion on board boxship was a 'terrorist attack'
  • Diamond S says suezmax sales highlight value ahead of expected upturn
  • GNMTC moves to renew its aframax fleet
  • Fire breaks out on MSC cruiseship in Greece
  • International Seaways logs earnings miss in tough fourth quarter
  • Take China's plans for iron ore cuts, and Brazil's for growth, with 'grain of salt', experts say
  • Bimco sees S&P strength stalling crude tanker scrapping
  • Remote surveys and training need cheaper satellite connectivity
  • K Line taps green finance in Japan for car carrier newbuilding
  • Itochu to develop ammonia bunkering infrastructure in Japan
  • Hanseatic Unity strengthens handysize pool with Transworld bulkers
  • Adnoc L&S linked to resale deal for Chinese VLCC newbuilding
  • Russian operator denies breaking Danish law after 28 seafarers arrested
  • Evangelos Pistiolis doubles VLCC order at Hyundai to eight ships
  • Dee4 clients book three MR tanker newbuildings at Hyundai Mipo
  • Dutch ammonia and methanol producer OCI targets shipping
  • Pacific Island countries call for $100 fuel levy to combat climate change
  • Pandemic proves ship management is a people business at heart
  • Three seafarers dead and two missing as two cargoships sink in European storms
  • Nordea's shipping supremos say hunt is on for new business
  • Simon Mokster eyes biogas for fleet as it cuts emissions by 14%
  • Time for owners to go green for best loan pricing, Nordea says
  • Explosive-laden remote-controlled skiff behind 2020 attack on BW Rhine
  • Legendary ocean liner Queen Mary available for 'charter' until 2082
  • Cunard to launch 'staycation' cruises as UK prepares to exit latest lockdown
  • Buoyant supramax market spawns string of S&P deals

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American Shipperweb site
MARCH 12, 2021
  • Full steam ahead for Wall Street's shipping stocks
    Container, dry bulk and tanker stocks push forward. Biggest winner since mid-2020: Danaos, up (this is not a typo) 1,202%.
  • Lawmaker: Use Postal Service to test vehicle-miles-traveled fee
    Congressman Sam Graves proposes using the Postal Service to test a new bridge and highway funding effort.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MARCH 12, 2021
  • Novorossiisk port operations hampered by storms
    All work stopped at the Black Sea Russian port of Novorossiisk on March 11 due to the intensification of a storm, a company representative from Russian pipeline operator Transneft said.
  • Repsol completes first LNG bunker operation with emissions offsets
    **Repsol transfers 420 cu m LNG into Furetank-owned tanker **Operation to supply Swedish-flagged chemical tanker
  • ARA fuel oil stocks up 1% on week as eastern pull weakens: Insights Global
    **European 0.5%S marine fuel heard to be long in Med: sources **1% paper backwardation weakens over the week
  • RUSSIA DATA: January oil product exports up 6.7% on year
    Russia exports diesel, fuel oil and jet fuel to international markets, and recently started exporting gasoline to Northwest Europe for onward shipment to Africa and the Americas.
  • Fujairah Uniper refinery outage sends delivered marine fuel premium at the port to 49-week high
    Product availability has been getting increasingly tight over the past few days in the Middle Eastern port of Fujairah.
  • Minerva Bunkering launches carbon offsets for marine fuel
    **Platts CEC prices have strengthened since January launch
  • European HSFO cracks hit 10-month low on falling demand
    Trans-Atlantic demand has fallen with the product largely going to coker usage and scrubber demand.
  • BUNKERWORLD INDEX: Prices rise amid firming crude and variable VLSFO supply
    **Fujairah market set to firm on limited availability **Rotterdam access to product expected to improve **Pockets of good demand in Latin America
  • Hong Kong shipowners call for crew changes to resume as shipping, bunkering struggle
    **Hong Kong bunker sales fall 30%-40% in 2020 **14-day quarantine applies even to ships on bunker-only calls **Singapore continues to facilitate crew sign-offs
  • Thailand's spot LSFO exports set to halve in April as refiners refocus on domestic bunker demand
    Refiners refocus their efforts on meeting rebounding domestic demand for bunker fuel.
  • CHINA DATA: Independent refiners' run rates hit record highs on strong margins, demand: JLC
    **Refining margins improve in Feb **About 27.4 mil mt/year capacity to be offline in Q2
  • SINGAPORE DATA: Residual fuel stocks rise 4% on week to year-to-date high 22.8 mil mt
    Singapore's commercial stockpiles of heavy distillates, which include cracked and straight run fuel oil as well as low sulfur waxy residue, has been inching progressively higher the past three consecutive weeks.
  • SINGAPORE DATA: Middle distillate stocks retreat on healthy gasoil exports
    **Gasoil outflow remains above 500,000 mt for second consecutive week **Singapore flips to net importer of jet fuel
  • Bunker fuel shipments unaffected by fire at ENEOS' Chiba refinery
    **LNG not a mere transition fuel for shipping **Digitalization to accelerate profits, cleaner fuels adoption **Clear consistent policies, carbon levy fund to assist
  • Collaboration key to driving shipping's decarbonization, digitalization agendas
    **LNG not a mere transition fuel for shipping **Digitalization to accelerate profits, cleaner fuels adoption **Clear consistent policies, carbon levy fund to assist
  • INTERVIEW: Containers well-placed to spearhead shipping decarbonization - Maersk
    **Green shipping practices vary in different maritime segments **Prefers methanol, ammonia as future marine fuel; skeptical on LNG **'Green premium' will become acceptable to customers

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