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Sched Netweb site
OCTOBER 15, 2018
  • Asia-Europe steady at US$731/TEU while rates jump 7.3pc to USWC
  • CMA CGM bases its new BAF formula on Africa-Europe trade fuel burn
  • CMA CGM sets new FAK rates from Asia to North Europe November 1
  • OOCL warns shippers of high cost of UN's sulphur fuel rule - IMO 2020
  • OOCL offers China-US Gulf service to Houston, Mobile from October 28
  • OOCL offers 2 new Asia-Latin America services from major Far East ports
  • Maersk Container Industry produces 8,600 reefer boxes for Hapag-Lloyd
  • XPO Logistics to deploy 5,000 warehouse robots in America and Europe
  • US exporter numbers fall in 2017, but still sold US$1.3 trillion in goods
  • Shipbrokers kick off a bullish fourth quarter with prices on the rise
  • US Senate passes US$9 billion Water Infrastructure Act in 99-1 vote
  • CEVA launches Saraiva's e-commerce business across south east Brazil
  • Guillaume Sauzedde to head CEVA Central & East Europe cluster
  • Port of Adelaide container volume rises 1pc in September to 26,862 TEU
  • China's Uni-top Airlines gears up to launch Kunming to Dubai cargo service
  • AIPUT gains planning permission for new dnata Heathrow cargo warehouse
  • Air Europa sets up cargo unit with a new focus on temperature-sensitivity
  • American Airlines Cargo moves into WFS-run warehouse at Milan airport

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Exim Indiaweb site
OCTOBER 14, 2018
  • AET names LNG dual-fuel Aframaxes
  • Bombay Overseas Freight Brokers Association holds 65th AGM
  • Dachser receives 2018 German CSR Award
  • Liberia creates offshore & gas technology department
  • MOL Consolidation Service succeeds with trial of remote container tracking management device
  • Ocean Network Express enters bilateral feeder network cooperation with Hapag-Lloyd
  • Chennai Port Trust inaugurates modernised cruise terminal
  • DPT invites tender for construction of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Convention Centre in Gandhidham
  • India calls upon Bangladesh to use Kolkata & Haldia as transhipment ports
  • Outlook for global port handling activity remains positive, says report
  • CFSAI Day celebrated in Mumbai with focus on paradigm shift in ex-im logistics
  • ISO 9001:2015 awarded to HPCSL by Bureau Veritas

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International Transport Journalweb site
OCTOBER 15, 2018
  • Malaysia to upgrade rail network
  • Europe centre for baby products
  • Picavi makes changes at the top
  • Mersin-Russia express starting in due course
  • City trailer trials starts in London
  • Bluetooth tracking to off-airport facilities
  • GAC Laser appointed as freight agent for AAD2018 expo
  • ONE and Hapag-Lloyd build feeder network
  • Asian branch of WSC to be located in Singapore
  • Joining forces on China-Europe-China route
  • First US carrier approves new pharma container
  • New service centres in Basel and Berlin
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Grimaldi's new Sardinian service up and running
  • New train between Seville, Cordoba and Valencia
  • Atlas Air takes Amazon to Miami
  • Sauzzede goes for Ceva East

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IHS Maritimeweb site
OCTOBER 12, 2018
  • Standard club strikes deal for delay insurer
  • Entangled Med collision ships work themselves free
  • Lloyd's moves to protect marine claims payments post-Brexit
  • Off-spec bunkers behind FOBAS alert in South Korea
  • MCC Transport former boss moves to WSC

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The Loadstarweb site
OCTOBER 12, 2018
  • Hapag-Lloyd and ONE set to operate joint feeder services round the world
  • Early AE2/Swan return would add to the pressure on Asia-Europe carriers
  • Market Insight: CEVA and CMA CGM - vertical consolidation the next step?
  • Dnata to build major cargo handling facility at Heathrow, as Hactl goes solar in HK
  • US threatens to act over China's online cost advantage on postal fees
  • Is apparel manufacturing coming home?

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Marine Logweb site
OCTOBER 12, 2018
  • VIDEO: Containership and RO/RO finally separate after T-bone collision
  • Algoma Central pulls plug on Croatian shipbuilding orders
  • Safety bulletin highlights dangers of CO2 leakages
  • South Korean owner orders LNG fueled bulker duo at Hyundai Samho
  • Yangzijiang and Mitsui form new shipbuilding JV
  • Helped by EU funding, Baleària goes ahead with LNG fueling conversions
  • VIDEO: Navy approves use of 3D printed part in aircraft carrier

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Lloyd's Listweb site
OCTOBER 12, 2018
  • The Interview: Albert Hoek
    The ship agency sector of the maritime industry remains highly fragmented, but the Multiport network enables smaller companies to offer...
  • Windship turns to sail for carbon reductions
    New sail-powered concept design could lead to a carbon-neutral ship with reduced fuel costs and lower greenhouse gas emissions
  • Crew care can curb costs
    Good holistic management of crew welfare and travel is vital
  • The Lloyd's List Podcast: Trade outlook and shipping's decaf dilemma
    Listen to the latest edition of Lloyd's List's weekly podcast - your weekly briefing on the stories shaping shipping in...
  • Asia-US west coast spot rates at five-year high
    Spot rates on the Asia-US west coast trade surge to $2,503 per feu as rates to the US east coast...
  • Charles Taylor will combine Strike Club and Standard Club
    Strike Club will continue as a member-controlled dedicated mutual delay insurer, operating as class of Standard Club and supervised by...
  • Why is ship agency stuck in a time warp?
    The ship agency sector remains highly fragmented, with the top three only accounting for around 10% of the market, and...
  • Tariff-led rush orders may lead to cargo deficiencies
    Drewry warns cargo owners about possible slot uncertainties next year, as it expected the tariff disruption to make carriers cancel...
  • ONE and Hapag-Lloyd agree feeder tie-up
    ONE and Hapag-Lloyd have begun to pool feeder resources in Asia and will follow this with its combined European services...
  • Hellaschart expands into sale and purchase
    Greece-based brokerage has added seven new brokers to its team in the last two years and has moved into larger...
  • US plans new class of training vessels
    The new vessels will replace an 'ageing' training ship fleet, boost teaching for future sailors and stimulate the shipbuilding and repair...
  • Post-Brexit port chaos fears lead to UK motorway closure
    'I do not expect any of the contingencies that we have in place for a no-deal Brexit to be needed...
  • Canada imposes 25% tariffs on steel imports
    The tariffs will be in place for 200 days while the Canadian International Trade Tribunal determines whether final safeguards are...
  • Daily Briefing
    Why is ship agency stuck in a time warp? | Exclusive interview with Albert Hoek | Viewpoint: Building resilience |...
  • Yangzijiang and Mitsui E&S sign agreement to build LNG vessels
    The partnership will enhance Yangzijiang's competitiveness and preserve the dominant position for Chinese shipbuilders in the ongoing consolidation of the...
  • Pacific Basin remains upbeat despite trade tensions
    Commodity trading patterns tend to shift rather than cease as a result of trade tariffs, the dry bulk operator said

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
OCTOBER 12, 2018
  • Low-sulfur rule unknowns come into view
  • Eastbound trans-Pac spot rates stay firm on front-loading
  • Analysis: Don't waste US truck capacity, use it wisely
  • Chennai volume, productivity bests private, minor rivals
  • LA-LB HTA-Milestone joint chassis pool cut truck turn times

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TradeWindsweb site
OCTOBER 12, 2018
  • US officially announces RFP for training vessel
    US Maritime Administration 'likely' to choose Jones Act owner to manage newbuild contract for first of five ships.
  • Szczecin Shipyard back in black
    Polish yard paying out dividends after returning to profit following sale of Mars fund.
  • Sevan Marine becomes Magnora after LNG deal
    Company to keep Oslo listing after selling its gas businesses to Sembcorp Marine.
  • Nautilus: crews worried about criminalisation
    Seafarers tell union that threat of prosecutions could drive them from industry.
  • EU stretches Danish tonnage tax to cover OSVs
    Rig and windfarm service ships to be included in extended arrangement.
  • ONE and Hapag-Lloyd team up for feeder operations
    Japanese and German lines collaborating on intra-Asian and European trades.
  • Solstad adds 30 months to PSV charters
    Fairfield keeping Norwegian vessels for UK North Sea work.
  • H-Line orders $124m LNG capesize duo
    Korean owner finalises deal at Hyundai Samho for eco-bulker pair.
  • Christen Sveaas lines up $24m bond tap
    Kistefos could bring value of 2021 issue to NOK 1bn.
  • Ro-pax extracted from hull of CSL boxship
    French authorities separate vessels as fuel clean-up continues off Corsica.
  • Peter Harren to remain on CFS board
    German owner's boss says sale to Spanish partner puts feeder line in strong position for future.
  • Vadim Novinsky eyes Uljanik and 3 Maj yards
    Ukrainian tycoon inspects yards in struggling Croatian shipbuilding group.
  • US and India to resume talks over Iranian crude imports
    US special representative for Iran visiting New Delhi in bid to cut supplies from Iran.

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American Shipperweb site
OCTOBER 12, 2018
  • Small New England ports cast nets to catch the wind
  • Hapag-Lloyd and ONE cooperate on feeder routes
  • ITC limits imports of Toshiba memory devices
  • U.S. security raised for ships calling Iraqi ports
  • UPS My Choice will be available in 112 nations, territories
  • Panama Canal weighs in with record tonnage
  • Executive Moves: MarineTraffic and Ceres Terminals
  • Amazon Air launches twice-daily flights out of Miami
  • MOL rules remot

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
OCTOBER 12, 2018
  • US-Asia arbitrage opportunity possible for some naphtha grades
    Surplus materials that weighed down the Asian naphtha complex might be taking a toll for participants to move parcels across regions, but arbitrage opportunities for some US suppliers to ship barrels into the Far East appear viable.
  • Fuel oil demand for generation weakens in Aug, but Saudi boost expected
    Power generation demand has fallen in the key fuel oil markets of Pakistan and Saudi Arabia in the year since last August, according to data from the International Energy Agency's monthly oil market report Friday, though fuel oil traders continue to eye the generation sector as a potential outlet after the implementation of the International Maritime Organization's 0.5% global marine sulfur cap in 2020.
  • Bunker operations at Novorossiisk halted by bad weather: sources
    Bunkering operations at the Russian Black Sea port of Novorossiisk have been suspended due to bad weather, sources said Friday.
  • First Suezmax for WAF in Oct to load fuel oil in Rotterdam
    New Vision, a Suezmax, was heard on subjects Friday to load approximately 130,000 mt of fuel oil from the Dutch hub of Rotterdam for discharge in Lome, and will likely feed into the West African bunker market, adding to liquidity there against the backdrop of a decline in deliveries.
  • External: Praxis Energy Agents DMCC
  • Australia turns to oil stock ticketing system to meet IEA's SPR requirement
    During an IEA declared global oil emergency, a ticket would give Australia the option to buy the reserved oil outright or release the oil to market by canceling the ticket.
  • S.Korea's Kogas tapping LNG markets for new term contracts
    "We are now tapping the market for new term contracts," Kogas' senior executive vice president Lim Jong-Kook said.
  • Bunker supplier Bomin set to exit Singapore market by end November
    Bomin was the 15th largest bunker fuel supplier by volume in 2017.
  • Cheniere CEO defends importance of LNG contracts and China market
    Fusco said US developers such as Cheniere must have long-term offtake agreements to satisfy bankers, investors
  • TANKERS: First Platts-linked VLCC FFA on USGC-China route traded
    The deal was cleared on Intercontinental Exchange Thursday.

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