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Sched Netweb site
OCTOBER 16, 2018
  • Japan's Ocean Network Express feeders join Hapag-Lloyd's
  • Port of New Orleans plays host to largest box ship call
  • Retail imports remain strong after latest round of tariffs: report
  • DSV fails to acquire CEVA for US$1.54b
  • Long Beach meeting of truckers conditions warns retailers of their liability
  • DHL to accept cash on delivery for cross border e-commerce
  • ClassNK urges ballast water treatment installation sooner, not later
  • Revised Buenos Aires port concession may lead to less competition
  • Hactl goes green installing solar panels at HKIA terminal facility
  • Emirates gets approval for air freight codeshare with Alaskan Airlines
  • Turkish Cargo flies big cats from Prague to Istanbul

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Exim Indiaweb site
OCTOBER 15, 2018
  • Better connectivity expected to boost India-Bangladesh trade
  • CMA CGM plans to unlock CEVA's potential; considering increasing its shareholding
  • DP World starts development work for Berbera port in Somaliland
  • MSC announces new freight rail service connecting Spain
  • MSC increasingly introducing smart container solutions
  • OOCL introduces new China-US Gulf direct services
  • PIL stops Iran operations
  • Rotterdam Port Authority creating new space for polymer storage
  • SCFI rates mixed
  • Surge in export demand for cotton yarn over past few months brings major respite for domestic spinners
  • E. Ramesh Kumar set to take charge as Chairman of Mormugao Port Trust
  • High-level Iranian delegation visits JNPT
  • KICT achieves impressive cargo handling performance
  • V.O.C. Port celebrates speedy sanction of IGST refunds to exporters & successful implementation of Containerised Digital Exchange (CODEX)
  • Allcargo Logistics to establish logistics parks
  • Govt formulating policy for integrated development of multimodal logistics parks

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International Transport Journalweb site
OCTOBER 16, 2018
  • Canada ready for action
  • Key rail contract signed in Australia
  • 45% less emissions compared to 1990
  • UPS service expanded to another 96 countries
  • WCA banking on pharmaceuticals GDP training
  • Contship Italia investing in Gioia Tauro terminal
  • Vital equipment flown to Indonesia
  • First TIR transport from Pakistan to Afghanistan
  • COO for Marine Traffic
  • New offices in Frankfurt and Prague
  • Blessing of the Carribean
  • ABC flies 40 luxury cars to APEC forum
  • A quarter century for Evola
  • New signalling station for port railway in Basel
  • Gramercy Europe MBO completed
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Panama Canal success story continues
  • Closure of the 'Swiss Amazon' not to affect drone partners

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IHS Maritimeweb site
OCTOBER 15, 2018
  • Hapag-Lloyd LNG conversion could blaze a trail
  • Pollution caused by Mediterranean collision almost completely recovered
  • P&I club looks to offshore risk
  • H-Line books LNG-fuelled Capesizes
  • Hapag-Lloyd and ONE launch feedering alliance
  • Stake in Adani Australia's coal terminal for sale
  • KOBC and KDB plan USD710 million investment in HMM
  • Shipbuilding crisis requires structural response, says South Korean premier
  • Crew abduction still a threat despite low figures - ReCAAP ISC
  • Santoku Senpaku orders two Kamsarmaxes from NACKS

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The Loadstarweb site
OCTOBER 15, 2018
  • OOCL announces bunker recovery surcharge to cover IMO 2020 compliance
  • China-US trade war could be the founder of a feast for intra-Asia box traffic
  • Forwarders hit back at 'shipping monopoly' and 'no limit' box detention fees
  • Co-op: fair pay for supply chain workers 'could be the next plastics'
  • MSC opts for Traxens technology to create 50,000 'smart' containers
  • End-of-year decisions for shippers
  • HNA in advanced talks to sell Swissport to Brookfield

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Marine Logweb site
OCTOBER 15, 2018
  • Scorpio Bulkers will fit scrubbers to Kamsarmax and Ultramax vessels
  • BHP aims to use drones to boost safety and efficiency of ship operations
  • Rolls-Royce and Intel collaborate on intelligent ship development
  • OOCL to meet IMO cap with low sulfur fuel, pass cost to customers
  • Sara Fuentes joins Transportation Institute as VP Government Affairs
  • Chartwell Marine develops CTV aimed at U.S. offshore wind market
  • Ponant chooses Wärtsilä LNG solutions for ice class expedition ship

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Lloyd's Listweb site
OCTOBER 15, 2018
  • German shipping woes make borrowing harder, Greek owner says
    John Lyras launches strong defence of proprietary shipping companies and argues European financiers now have little understanding of how to...
  • Shipping must focus on the value of investment rather than cost
    A Lloyd's List Round table discussion exploring the total cost of vessel operations concluded that less emphasis should be placed...
  • Vale produces record 105m tonnes of iron ore in third quarter
    Capesize earnings are rising once again on the back of increased shipments of iron from the key markets of Brazil...
  • MOL launches vessel data collection to boost performance
    The container carrier is partnering with Mitsui E&S Shipbuilding and Weathernews to develop condition based maintenance applications
  • Piracy and sea crime in Asia hit a 10-year low
    Number of actual incidents drops to 50 between January and September but total number of incidents, including attempts, climbs to...
  • Box carrier capacity cuts driving spot rate rises
    Carriers blank record number of sailings on transpacific trade lane in third quarter in effort to keep spot rates afloat
  • MSI expects upside to tanker markets
    Shipping consultancy Maritime Strategies International expects an average of $31,700 per day in the spot market in December for very...
  • Singapore MPA appoints new chief executive
    Quah Ley Hoon will replace Andrew Tan beginning in January
  • Cyprus Sea Lines linked to two NYK boxships
    Containership deal breaks pattern of string of tanker acquisitions, but Andreas Hadjiyiannis-led group is said to be eyeing further opportunities...
  • Mortensen quits BW LPG's board
    Mr Mortensen has also ceased to be a member of the remuneration committee
  • Panama Canal expansion starts to pay dividends
    The Panama Canal closed the year with record tonnage levels of 442.1 Panama Canal tonnes, according to the ACP
  • Daily Briefing
    Tariff-led rush orders may lead to cargo deficiencies | ONE and Hapag-Lloyd agree feeder tie-up | Lloyd's List Podcast: Trade...
  • More large tanker scrappings ahead, says VesselsValue
    The number of vessels with S&P value equal to scrap value is starting to rise again, suggesting more may be...
  • MSC to equip up to 50,000 boxes with trackers
    MSC's Diego Aponte says real-time tracking of a container's location and condition is the future for shipping
  • H-Line orders two gas-fuelled capesizes at Hyundai Samho
    Vessels will start the service between South Korea and Australia from the first half of 2021
  • OOCL to introduce bunker recovery charge
    Extra cost is expected to be well over $500m based on projected price differential for compliant fuel
  • US and Canada urged to update ocean shipping competition rules
    With the US under pressure to update the way it regulates container lines, Federal Maritime Commissioner Rebecca Dye will be...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
OCTOBER 15, 2018
  • NY-NJ PNCT's new gates halve reefer turn times
  • LA-LB PierPass flat fee kicks in next month, barring FMC action
  • Analysis: US truck driver scarcity to persist but ease
  • Bangladesh's India port external trade ban to continue
  • Tariffs deliver another blow to falling US recyclable exports
  • MSC pact with Traxens to boost 'smart' container fleet
  • Port Panama City picking up the pieces after Hurricane Michael

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TradeWindsweb site
OCTOBER 15, 2018
  • Rolls-Royce pushes ahead with developing unmanned cargo ships
    Autonomous global shipping system will use Intel chips.
  • Samsung Heavy pivots from offshore to high value commercial ships
    South Korean shipbuilder leaves a dry and floating dock empty as it shies away from offshore sector
  • Baltic Exchange escrow service goes live
    New scheme aims to provide safeguards for S&P cash through Singapore bank.
  • Ex-captain joins Haynes and Boone as partner
    Mark Johnson leaves Reed Smith for expanding international firm.
  • CMES bags $8m scrapping subsidies
    Chinese state carrier receives government handouts for scrapping vessels, which are expected to support its bottom line this year.
  • European yards ride wave of cruiseship orders boom
    Smaller builders share benefits of surging demand but face plenty of challenges adapting to new markets.
  • UK P&I Club moves into OSV cover
    Insurer providing offshore owners with liability and loss packages.
  • Ro-pax crash crew: "There was a little problem"
    VIDEO: Seafarers whose vessel crashed into anchored boxship post defiant message.
  • Stephenson Harwood poaches Ince insurance chief
    Law firm appoints Joe O'Keeffe as a new partner in London.
  • Boxship charter and freight rate divergence holds lesson for PCTCs
    Operators are pushing hard to improve freight rates but the relationship to time charter earnings remains critical, says Maritime Strategies International research director Niklas Carlen
  • Meriaura snaps up Shipcom pair
    Finnish owner expanding fleet again with German raid.
  • LNG charter rates go up another gear
    Flex LNG fixture sets steamy tone and tongues wagging.
  • Strike Club to join Standard Club stable
    Manager Charles Taylor integrates marine delay insurer, which can now benefit from $460m in free reserves.
  • Ex-Maersk Line man Gokcen joins Maersk Tankers board
    Danish owner brings in expertise of boxship giant's former digital chief.
  • Mortensen quits BW LPG board
    Former group CEO resigns another directorship as part of exit.
  • Dof Subsea brings in Riise as CCO
    Former Ocean Installer and Subsea 7 exec focusing on growth at Norwegian OSV owner.
  • Turkish cargo ship sinks in Black Sea, crew saved
    Martinos tanker evacuates six Azeri, two Turkish seafarers.
  • Klaveness debuts combi carrier spin-off on OTC exchange
    Norwegian company worth $208m after private placement of shares.
  • Two critical after Gadani tanker fire
    Seven workers suffer burns after blaze on tanker at Pakistan breaking yard.
  • VIDEO: CMA CGM newbuilding crashes into dock
    French vessel goes head-on into the side at JNPT in India.
  • Samsung adds second LNG carrier in October
    Oceania-based owner paying $185m for 174,000-cbm gas vessel as prices rise.
  • German lenders have halved exposure to shipping
    Moody's says exposure to the shipping industry no longer presents a significant tail risk.
  • Algoma and Wellard ships cancelled at Uljanik
    Bulker cancellation has left 3 Maj with an empty orderbook, while sister yard tears up livestock carrier deal.
  • OOCL opts for LSFO to meet IMO 2020 regulations
    Customers set to pick up additional $500m cost of higher spec bunkers, says Hong Kong owner.

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American Shipperweb site
OCTOBER 15, 2018
  • China-U.S. trade holding strong despite tariffs
  • Commentary: Impacts on transportation intermediaries
  • 'PierPass 2.0' expected to get rolling in mid-November
  • ITC investigating likely USMCA economic effects
  • MSC to equip 50,000 containers with tracking devices
  • USTR hearing to review countries' GSP eligibility
  • Panama City could reopen to general cargo this week
  • FMC considers 11 OTI license applications
  • Report on U.S.-China trade relations set for release

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
OCTOBER 15, 2018
  • Any US sanctions against Saudis likely to target individuals, not oil
  • Saudi rift could bolster US oil, but energy dominance claims overstated: analysts
  • Oil industry looks to new tech to keep US shale boom alive
  • Japan's Aug bonded bunker fuel oil sales rise 8% from Jul to 2.55 mil barrels
    On a year-on-year basis, marine diesel oil sales for August was down slightly at 0.2%.
  • ANALYSIS: China's independent refiners' crude imports to hike to 9 million mt in Oct
    The modest inflow in September is unlikely to be enough to cover strong refining demand in September and October, an analyst said.
  • SINGAPORE DATA: Sep bunker fuel sales fall 5% on year to 4.11 million mt
    Sales were, however, 3.8% higher on the month.
  • Asian sweet crude market activity to pick up as tenders, loading programs finalize
    Lower premiums were seen for Far East Russian grades due to cooling demand from Chinese independent refiners.
  • Asian residue market remains supported in mid-October amid supply tightness
    "Prompt supply is tight," a trader based in Singapore said.
  • Piracy related incidents rise 3% on year in Asia during Jan-Sep: ReCAAP
    Of the 64 incidents recorded during January-September, three were incidents of piracy and 61 those of armed robbery against ships.
  • HK's OOCL plans transition to LSFO across entire fleet ahead of IMO 2020
    OOCL also planning a new mechanism for bunker charges as costs soar due to IMO 2020 rule.
  • Saudi threatens to respond after Trump's Khashoggi warning
    The kingdom also affirms that if it receives any action, it will respond with greater action, SPA reported.

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