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18 April 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 01:50 GMT+2

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Exim Indiaweb site
MARCH 24, 2021
  • CMA CGM & FueLNG undertake first ship-to-containership LNG bunkering operation in Asia
  • Hoegh Autoliners completes first carbon neutral voyage
  • Shipping could be seriously impacted from lack of access to vaccinations for seafarers, highlights document
  • Vessel blocking Suez Canal refloated
  • Victory Shipping celebrating 30 years of shipping heritage
  • Plastics exports on the upswing
  • DBGT achieves milestone of 2 million TEUs
  • Distribution Logistics Infrastructure & Kesar Multimodal Logistics flag off first train of Trident Ltd from ICD Powarkheda to JN Port
  • Highway construction target for current fiscal exceeded at record rate & despite pandemic
  • Road freight volumes via Eurotunnel impacted post-Brexit
  • Cargo traffic down at Major Ports for eleventh straight month
  • ICES Advisory 9/2021 - Inclusion of a new UQC for Metric Million British Thermal Unit
  • Shipping container makers seeing surging demand

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International Transport Journalweb site
MARCH 25, 2021
  • Skopje rounds off Balkan locations
  • Czech carrier invests in safety system
  • ITJ Video News - 25 March 2021
  • Man and machine from Australia to Brazil
  • Keller and Sutter join EAP board
  • 3,840 t: heaviest aggregates train
  • Pilot for port digitisation gains support
  • Deppon Express digitises fleet
  • God given?
  • Nexxiot expands management team
  • Urban delivery etruck debuts in Spain
  • New turning point in home country
  • On both sides of the Baltic Sea
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Docks in Barcelona on wire
  • Three more B737-800 freighter conversions
  • Broberg to become Acertus' new CEO
  • Glencar contracted for grocery warehouse

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The Loadstarweb site
MARCH 24, 2021
  • Questions being asked after box ship runs aground blocking Suez Canal
  • Rising haulage rates and declining service levels prompt US forwarder itchiness
  • Chittagong port demands importers clear dangerous goods stored in its yards
  • As market overcapacity subsides, shipowners start to order newbuilds again
  • UK airlines 'losing out' and demand a level playing field with EU carriers
  • Congestion hits Auckland, posing a 'multi-million dollar' problem for shippers
  • Get more women into air cargo: firms failing to boost diversity will lose out
  • M&A radar: Canadian Pacific + Kansas City - it's got to be third time lucky
  • Daniel Carrera steps up to become president of UPS operations in Europe
  • M&A radar: Who's next?
  • Supply chain radar: ZIM-ming (Google it)
  • Supply chain radar: Rewind - FedEx and fast cars

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Marine Logweb site
MARCH 24, 2021
  • Conrad delivers ABS deck barge to Ashton Marine
    Morgan City, La., headquartered Conrad Shipyard has delivered a 240 foot x 60 foot x 14 foot ABS deck barge to Muskegon, Mich., based Ashton Marine LLC. Named the AM 3600, the
  • CLIA to CDC: Phased resumption of cruises from U.S. should begin in July
    CLIA, which represents 95% of global ocean-going cruise capacity, today called on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to lift the Framework for Conditional Sailing Order (CSO), issued October 30,
  • DESMI marks milestone: 50 Stolt Tanker vessels fitted with CompactClean BWMS
    Back in January 2019, the first DESMI Ocean Guard ballast water management system to be installed in a Stolt Tankers B.V. vessel was commissioned. Just two years later, another 49 vessels in
  • NYK LNG Ship Management signs optimized maintenance agreements with Wärtsilä
    Wärtsilä has signed two long-term optimized maintenance agreements with Japan based NYK LNG Ship Management. The 15-year agreements, which took effect fom January 2021, cover the Wärtsilä 50DF dual-fuel engines and other
  • Rystad sees offshore drilling set for two-year uptick
    After a challenging 2020, oil and gas demand recovery - supported by vaccination efforts and OPEC+ supply cuts - is proving good for drilling activity, says Oslo, Norway, headquartered consultancy Rystad Energy.
  • NTSB reports on flooding of towing vessel moored at shipyard
    The National Transportation Safety Board has issued its report on a May 17, 2020, incident in which the Blessey Marine towing vessel Alton St. Amant was found by a shipyard worker to
  • Centerline Logistics launches "Visionary Fuels" initiative
    Seattle, Wash., headquartered Centerline Logistics, a leading national provider of marine petroleum transportation services, has formed an Alternative Fuels Working Group. The group consists of industry partners and internal representatives from within
  • Shell LNG dual-fuel VLCCs will have ME-GI engines
    The ten 300,000 dwt VLCCs being ordered by three shipowners for long term charter to Shell will have MAN B&W 7G80ME-GI Mk9.5 dual-fuel engines. The ships are being built at Daewoo Shipuilding

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MARCH 24, 2021
  • Hafnia gets $374m sustainability-linked loan
    The product tanker owner agrees with 10 banks on its first ever syndicated sustainability-linked financing deal. Its fleet's emissions performance...
  • Navios Containers shareholders back Navios Partners merger
    Navios group chairman and chief executive Angeliki Frangou said the deal was a transformative transaction, creating 'one of the 10...
  • Seanergy says outlook for capesize market is 'very strong'
    The newbuilding order book was lower than at any time in the last 17 years and the benign supply picture...
  • Suez grounding likely to generate big insurance claims and extensive litigation
    The Suez incident is likely to generate salvage claims and fines, while claiming general average on 20,000 boxes with up...
  • Suez Canal remains blocked despite efforts to refloat grounded Ever Given
    It is not clear what caused the grounding. Initial reports suggested that Ever Given had experienced engine trouble, but a...
  • Coal trade flows see reshuffle
    China is seen importing more coal from South Africa and Indonesia, while Australia is exporting more to India and Japan...
  • TEN signs charters worth $150m for LNG trio
    The LNG newbuilding, to be named Tenergy, will bring the company's LNG fleet to three vessels alongside 65 tankers, including...
  • Trafigura backs new global emissions levy proposal
    Trafigura's head of fuel decarbonisation believes that the International Maritime Organization needs to make the new proposal for a $100...
  • Winson denies connection with North Korea oil trade
    All operations including ship-to-ship transfers comply with existing international regulatory requirements, the Singapore-based oil trader said
  • First ship-to-ship LNG bunkering for boxship takes place in Singapore
    FueLNG, which undertook the STS bunkering, expects to conduct between 30 and 50 such operations in Singapore this year
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Green lobby frustrated at black carbon delays | Shipping being considered for UK emissions trading scheme, minister...
  • US Coast Guard loses pilotage exam case
    The USCG acted on derogatory reports about Capt Matthew Hight presented by the for-profit St Lawrence Seaway Pilots Association, including...
  • Santos awards major FPSO contract to BW Offshore
    Santos chief executive Kevin Gallagher flagged significant savings from the FPSO contract award, which will go towards boosting cost competitiveness...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MARCH 24, 2021
  • E-commerce, high-tech demand fuels rise in air cargo rates
  • UP adding ag shipping capacity through PNW ports
  • E-commerce, high-tech demand fuels rise in air cargo rates
  • Texas freeze could halve US Q2 resin exports
  • Baton gets VC funding to link truckload, final-mile
  • Suez logjam may threaten already stressed European ports
  • FourKites looks to connect industrial visibility dots with latest funding

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TradeWindsweb site
MARCH 24, 2021
  • Crude and product tanker markets display rare strength amid Suez Canal uncertainty
  • CDC denies cruise sector's request to lift US sailing restrictions by July
  • Boxship orders breach 2m teu in six-month spending spree
  • Wilhelmsen revamps structure as it targets $500m renewables investment
  • Navios Maritime Partners buys three bulkers ahead of merger with boxship firm
  • CDC denies cruise sector's request to lift US sailing restrictions by July
  • Boxship orders breach 2m teu in six-month spending spree
  • Wilhelmsen revamps structure as it targets $500m renewables investment
  • Navios Maritime Partners buys three bulkers ahead of merger with boxship firm
  • Trafigura fixes aframax and VLCC newbuildings amid heated period charter activity
  • Allianz says the Suez Canal has an 'excellent safety record'
  • Seanergy Maritime lands in the red due to weak bulker market
  • Island Offshore AHTS sets new record for anchor pull
  • Tsakos Energy mulls alternative fuels for future newbuildings
  • Norwegian Hull Club offers insurance to cover green recycling cost
  • IMO 'losing battle to keep up with technology' over training
  • Greek players linked to LR2 product tanker expansion moves
  • Demetriades says Lasota drugs case highlights human rights violations
  • Oldendorff loses legal battle over Baltic capesize charter calculations
  • Suez Canal congestion could lead to higher freight rates but more security risks
  • Hafnia makes first green financing move with $374m loan deal
  • Containership owners make hay as midsize market just won't quit
  • Petredec reveals stake in Avance Gas as owners jostle for position
  • Belships continues fleet expansion with another ultramax newbuilding
  • Geopolitical mood music is sombre but shipping dances to its own tune
  • FueLNG begins ship-to-ship LNG bunkering in Singapore
  • Once-sanctioned aframax tanker heads to Bangladesh for scrapping
  • Gaddafi's wrecked yacht to become first hydrogen-powered luxury vessel
  • Norway blocks $178m Rolls-Royce engine business sale on security grounds

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American Shipperweb site
MARCH 24, 2021
  • What the Suez Canal accident means to the tanker business
    Back in the Aristotle Onassis era, a Suez Canal closure was a tanker game changer. Today, tanker upside from the canal accident is limited.
  • Scores of container ships waiting to transit Suez Canal
    "Strong winds" are blamed for causing the 20,000-TEU Ever Given to get stuck and block Suez Canal traffic in both directions.
  • IATA offers digital connectivity platform to air cargo industry
    Digital transactions are necessary as air cargo volumes grow, but setting up those IT links can be tedious. The International Air Transport Association has a...
  • Viewpoint: Buy American - by choice
    Fewer options means less competition and less incentive to control costs.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MARCH 24, 2021
  • S KOREA DATA: Feb oil product exports drop 31% on year as refiners struggle to sell jet fuel
    South Korea's refined oil product exports in February dropped 31.2% from a year earlier to 29.55 million barrels, or 1.06 million b/d, as jet fuel shipments continued to falter amid tepid international passenger air transportation activity across Asia, data released by Korea National Oil Corp. showed March 24.
  • TENDER DATA: India's Nayara Energy offers low sulfur fuel oil for H1 May loading
    Nayara last sold 42,000 mt of low sulfur fuel oil with 0.3% sulfur for loading over April 1-5 from Vadinar to Vitol at a single-premium to MOPS Marine Fuel 0.5%S assessments, S&P Global Platts reported previously. Nayara is an occasional seller of low sulfur fuel oil.
  • US crude inventory builds extend amid lasting polar vortex impacts to refiners
    US crude inventory builds extended in the week ended March 19, US Energy Administration data showed March 24, as refinery runs continued to see lingering effects from the mid-February polar vortex.
  • OIL FUTURES: Crude prices jump 6% as Suez Canal closure prompts vessel delays
    Crude oil futures settled nearly 6% higher March 24, clawing back nearly all of the losses seen the session prior after a grounded container ship closed the vital Suez Canal.
  • Suez Canal blockage sends ripples through global commodity markets
    One of the world's biggest container vessels ran aground in the Suez Canal late March 23, trigging a major scare in the global commodity markets by blocking a critical transit chokepoint.
  • Hi-5 bunker spread likely to be well supported through 2021: ING
    **Hi-5 bunker spread likely to remain supported **OPEC+ production ramp ups bullish for 3.5%S FO prices **China 0.5%S MF production growth adds bearish sentiment **Recent Singapore arbitrage for 0.5%S MF lessens, losing support
  • Container market braced for further delays following Suez Canal incident
    **Some container liners eyeing Cape of Good Hope route **Container market already seeing port delays, seen worsening
  • FEATURE: Hi-5 at $100/mt leaves time to invest in scrubbers
    **Hi-5 likely supported through 2021: analysts **Scrubbers may reach payback in two years **Interest in scrubbers' prospects beyond sulfur abatement
  • Port of Singapore sees Asia's first ship-to-containership LNG bunkering
    **CMA CGM ship fueled with 7,100 cu m of LNG from FueLNG Bellina **First ship-to-ship operation for FueLNG Bellina **IMO GHG emission cut targets supportive for LNG bunkering: FGE
  • Suez Canal blocked after container ship runs aground: sources
    **More than 40 ships waiting on the south side of the canal **Almost 10% of seaborne oil trade passes through key waterway **Freight rates likely to firm if blockage persists longer
  • FUJAIRAH DATA: Oil product stocks fall to 2019 level as heavy distillates tumble
    **13 terminals now reporting inventories **Bunker premiums over Singapore hit 13-month high **Unexpected outage at Uniper Energy refinery
  • JAPAN DATA: March 14-20 oil product exports rebound 25% to 2.88 mil barrels
    Low sulfur fuel oil exports surged 55.6% week on week to 491,953 barrels in the week ended March 20, with high sulfur fuel oil exports having hiked 36.9% on the week to 550,111 barrels.
  • JAPAN DATA: March 14-20 oil products output rises 4.2% on week
  • S KOREA DATA: Oil products demand rebounds for first time in nine months in Feb
    Refining industry sources said it remains highly uncertain whether South Korea's oil products demand would consistently show a meaningful recovery over the coming months as the government is expected to maintain strict movement restriction measures.
  • Minerva Bunkering 'selling actively' in Fujairah as premiums rise: CEO
    **Premiums rise on 'some market tightness' **Minerva Bunkering started at port in 2020 **Not looking to be biggest player at port
  • INTERVIEW: Minerva aims global growth; sets decarbonization, digitalization goals
    **Company purchases floating storage unit for Singapore market **Minerva's carbon offset offering to support decarbonization goals
  • Regulatory intervention, sampling key to tackle VLSFO-related quality issues: VPS
    **VLSFO accounts for about 66% of samples tested by VPS last year **Off-specification seen increasing
  • Singapore Marine Fuel 0.5%S cash differential drops to near three-month low
    **Singapore receiving higher inflow of western cargoes in March, April **Bunker demand weakens on higher flat prices
  • Stuck Suez Canal container ship disrupts global commodities trade: sources
    **Demurrage costs to rise **Salvage operations on

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