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23 September 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 22:24 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
AUGUST 21, 2018
  • AP Moller-Maersk posts modest Q2 profit of US$26m but with positive outlook
  • Maersk to spin off drilling arm to turn focus fully on transport and logistics
  • Clarksons' H1 profit dives 21pc to US$18.5m
  • Dormant Kenyan shipping line to be revived to carry government cargo
  • Hapag-Lloyd expands E Africa service with port calls in India, Middle East
  • US turns to blockchain to authenticate NAFTA and CAFTA certificates of origin
  • WiseTech Global buys intermodal trucking management systems firm
  • Ryanair pilots have no plans to strike for now despite no agreement from talks
  • Hawaiian Airlines commences scheduled turboprop freighter flights
  • Emirates SkyCargo continues product expansion with new pet service

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Exim Indiaweb site
AUGUST 20, 2018
  • Acquisition of Hamburg Süd a positive contributor to growth: Maersk
  • APL's Eagle Express service delivers as promised
  • APL's new pendulum service with WAX
  • APM Terminals launches online customer platform in Bahrain
  • Hapag-Lloyd increases reefer fleet by 11,100 containers
  • Hapag-Lloyd's EAS2 to enhance its focus on the growing East African market
  • MANSA welcomes JNPT decision to levy penalty on defaulting stakeholders like train, terminal operators causing delay in dwell time
  • Most SCFI spot rates up
  • RCL sees increased revenue & freight income in 2Q 2018
  • Yang Ming orders ten 2,800-TEU containerships
  • Tobacco exports from India register increase of 7 pc
  • Cochin Shipyard supports relief work in Kerala
  • Dilapidated road topples container at Nhava Sheva
  • KICT for Humanity
  • Relief materials from different parts of India arriving at Cochin Port
  • Centre keen to develop multimodal logistics park in Assam
  • CWC inks MoU with CCI for providing storage & management services
  • GST drives leasing activity in India's logistics & warehousing up by 45 pc; touches close to 10 m sq. ft across seven cities in H1 2018: CBRE report
  • National Mineral Policy to be announced soon

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International Transport Journalweb site
AUGUST 21, 2018
  • Freight cars for Russia-Poland transport artery
  • Fine art warehouse opens in Dubai's Jebel Ali FZ
  • India's railfreight corridors shaping up well
  • Rhenus enlarges footprint down under
  • Freighter pilots get room to rest
  • APL and Ocean's Eleven
  • Iumi nominates candidate for new presidency
  • Joint terminal planned for Turku Port
  • Circus goes onto the rails
  • Countdown for Belgian-German cargo cooperation
  • Lesara opens new distribution centre
  • Canadian in charge at Air France KLM
  • Russia: New track increases cargo handling capacity
  • DP World: new engagements pay off in H1/2018
  • «Curiosity of the day»
  • Weber Logistics adds DC trio in California
  • MAB Kargo meets Eid al-Adha demand

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IHS Maritimeweb site
AUGUST 20, 2018
  • Maersk to set up sulphur cap-compliant bunkering facility in Rotterdam
  • AET orders Suezmax shuttle tanker for Shell timecharter
  • Jiangnan Shipyard wins order for LNG carriers
  • Europe assesses 'aviation-style' central data hub to exchange port call information
  • ONE boosts reefer business with state of the art containers
  • GasLog books LNG carriers for Cheniere charters
  • Pilbara Minerals begins lithium shipments
  • ENN's first LNG import signals more shipments into China
  • RBS and HSH Nordbank become shareholders of restructured Danaos

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The Loadstarweb site
AUGUST 20, 2018
  • Logistics players now caught in tit-for-tat trade spat between the US and Turkey
  • Analysis: Maersk - relationships matter and bad assets have nowhere to hide
  • FTA rap for delay in action to solve UK logistics skills shortage as Brexit looms
  • China e-commerce boom fires-up logistics sector
  • How tariff-proof is your supply chain strategy?
  • Rafael Figueroa is new manging director of cargo operations at Delta

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Marine Logweb site
AUGUST 20, 2018
  • Conrad delivers North America's first LNG bunker barge
  • Resolve raises sunken derrick barge with massive heavy lift
  • Swedish fuel cell specialist and Siemens ink MOU on marine drives
  • American owners can now fly the U.S. flag on superyachts over 300 gt
  • Backed by Cheniere charters, GasLog orders LNG duo at Samsung
  • Maersk and Vopak to launch 0.5% sulfur fuel bunkering facility

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Lloyd's Listweb site
AUGUST 20, 2018
  • Maersk Line joins CargoSphere's cloud-based rate platform
    The move that provides further evidence that carriers are looking to make a digital transition
  • Size means little without outstanding customer service, say shipmanagement giants
    Columbia's O'Neil favours economies of scale, while Anglo Eastern's Cremers underplays its importance, and Fleet Management's Rajvanshy warns of disruption...
  • Bulker scrapping slows
    A better than expected rise in demand curbs breaking
  • Asia-Mediterranean trade could stagnate amid Turkey crisis
    Drewry expects at the very least some rationalisation of Turkish calls
  • Battery solutions move closer to fulfilling zero-emission shipping
    Battery technology is building momentum. Rolls-Royce Marine's modular SAVe Energy project now has class approval and looks set to become...
  • AET gains DP2 shuttle tanker contract from Shell Brazil
    The 152,700 dwt vessel is being built at a South Korean shipyard
  • Yard Talk | Will the price for large LNG carrier head back to $200m?
    More LNG carriers are good for South Korean builders, higher prices are better
  • Samsung Heavy wins two more LNG carrier newbuildings
    Vessels are scheduled for delivery at the end of 2020
  • Shipbuilding orderbook drops to 14-year low
    As of the beginning of August, the global orderbook stood at 3,000 vessels of 76.0m cgt, its lowest level in...
  • Daily Briefing
    Box lines go hungry | Experts join our bad bunkers podcast | Greeks add fuel to bunkers row | Consolidation...
  • Maersk to launch Rotterdam low-sulphur bunker facility
    Rotterdam tank farm to supply a fifth of Maersk's annual fuel requirements
  • Tanker missing in Gulf of Guinea
    Tanker laden with oil has 19 crew members on board, including 17 from Georgia and two Russians
  • Jiangnan bags two 79,800 cu m LNG carriers
    Vessels are equipped with membrane-type LNG tanks using the GTT Mark III Flex technology to reduce daily boil-off rate of...
  • ONE enhances reefer fleet
    The order includes 2,100 reefers fitted with controlled atmosphere technology

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
AUGUST 20, 2018
  • Auto traffic through US ports grows amid tariff pressure
  • Port Miami enhances truck fluidity, rail, and transload options
  • Carriers embrace direct rate feeds to meet shipper transparency demands
  • Maersk's resumed Maldives feeder prompted by trade growth

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TradeWindsweb site
AUGUST 20, 2018
  • China defies US sanctions
    China shifts cargo to NITC tankers, still buys Iranian crude under new shipping arrangement.
  • Hapag-Lloyd to connect India, Arabian Gulf to East Africa
    German box carrier invests in growing East African market after making successful debut in April.
  • Cowen analyst leaves for boutique
    Sam Margolin heads to New York-based investment research firm after 20 months with Cowen & Co.
  • Idan Ofer strikes key deal with Pacific Drilling bondholders
    Breakthrough in Chapter 11 case will see shipowner co-invest with ad hoc group to bring driller out of bankruptcy.
  • Summer surge in scrubber take-up bad news for free riders
    With enough fuel likely to be available those relying on slow steaming alone will lose out, Stifel says.
  • ESL gets hands on 'most eco-friendly' bulker
    Finnish owner says Haaga generates less than half emissions of previous-generation ships.
  • Bocimar chief bats away market talk of benchmark bulker buy
    Benoit Timmermans says company is not involved in post-panamax transaction.
  • Maersk secures big chunk of 2020 fuel supply
    Danish group teams with Vopak in Rotterdam on new bunker facility.
  • First LNG bunker barge to deliver in US
    A pioneering vessel ordered over three years ago finally completes trials
  • GasLog doubles up at Samsung backed by Cheniere charters
    Greek shipowner confirms fresh order with its preferred Korean yard after inking new time charter contracts with US exporter.
  • Hyundai Heavy to sell Onsan yard
    Korean shipbuilder wants to offload mothballed offshore facility.
  • Hoegh LNG shares climb after Australian contract win
    Oslo-listed owner could use one of two units to meet contract with Australian Industrial Energy, analysts say.
  • Navig8 boosts VLCC pool with AET tanker in firming market
    Addition continues growth efforts at VL8 pool following high-profile exits.
  • Shell gives AET reason to order new shuttle tanker
    Singapore-based AET to build dynamic positioning shuttle tanker for Shell contract.
  • CJC adds HFW and Clyde partners
    Law firm strengthens Admiralty and casualty teams in London and Singapore.
  • Thun Tankers adds Wisby vessel
    Swedish owner to manage ship for Gothia Tanker Alliance.
  • Scrubbers a final piece in Fredriksen's dry bulk dividend vision
    Analysts say additional profit boost come 2020 will help Golden Ocean become what it was intended to be.
  • Stena Sonangol returns down again
    Houston suezmax pool hit by tanker fleet growth once more, as four ships join.
  • Teekay LNG Partners eyes trip to Oslo bond market
    Banks drafted to line up debt issue which would be latest step in strengthening balance sheet.
  • New team changes Combi Lift focus
    Harren & Partner's heavy-lift unit takes on bigger cargo challenges.
  • Kamsarmax trio swept up by Chinese owner
    Ships had earlier been in the sights of Greek owner Times Navigation.
  • MSC to help revive Kenyan national line
    President Uhuru Kenyatta signs new agreement with giant shipowner.
  • Subsea 7 scoops contract worth up to $300m
    Oslo-listed owner lines up more work for 2019 and 2020.
  • Iran luring lines with 'support packages'
    New owners cooperating with government after US sanctions reimposed, PMO says.
  • Samsung secures two more LNG newbuilding orders
    South Korea shipbuilder picks up fifth and six gas carrier order in less than a week.
  • Global newbuilding orderbook reaches 14 year low
    Clarksons says backlog has also declined rapidly in comparison to the global fleet to just 9.9%.
  • BP signs up for Papua New Guinea LNG supply
    British oil major will initially take 450,000t of gas per year starting later this month.
  • Jiangnan Shipyard set for LNG newbuilding debut
    State-owned shipbuilder becomes only the second Chinese yard to make move into gas ship market.

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American Shipperweb site
AUGUST 20, 2018
  • Transporeon merges with TIM Consult
    TIM Consult GmbH, an international business logistics consulting firm headquartered in Mannheim, Germany, is merging with transportation management systems provider Transporeon Group, according to a joint statement from the companies.
  • SMC³ sets sights on Canada
    SMC³ is launching a less-than-truckload rating solution in October that will provide a base rate for shipments within Canada.
  • NWSA volume growth continues
    Volumes of containerized cargo at terminals operated by the Northwest Seaport Alliance (NWSA), which includes the ports of Seattle and Tacoma, grew for the second straight month in July after three consecutive months of year-over-year declines.
  • U.S. taking lead in trade talks
    The United States is taking a leadership role on customs issues in the NAFTA renegotiation and in the context of the World Trade Organization Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA), Deputy U.S. Trade Representative Jeffrey Gerrish said Wednesday during the U.S. Customs and Border Protection 2018 Trade Symposium in Atlanta.
  • Maersk enters bunker venture
    A.P. Møller - Maersk said it is entering into a joint initiative with the Dutch fuel storage company Royal Vopak in advance of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) requirement that ships reduce sulfur emissions by using bunker fuel with a sulfur content of 0.5 percent or less, beginning in 2020.
  • Freight economy 'extraordinarily strong'
    Growth in the North American freight market picked back up in July after slowing slightly the previous month, according to the latest Cass Freight Index Report.
  • Customs modernizing foreign mail handling
    U.S. Customs and Border Protection plans to roll out entry type 86 in the Automated Broker Interface (ABI) for de minimis shipments involving partner government agencies (PGAs) in early 2019.
  • Maersk moves to CargoSphere platform
    Maersk Line, the world's largest container shipping company, is now using CargoSphere's platform for digital, fully automated distribution of its contract rates and amendments.
  • Webinar looking at intermodal forecast
    American Shipper is hosting a webinar, "Navigating New Realities: Peak Shipping Season Intermodal Outlook" at 2 p.m. Thursday.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
AUGUST 20, 2018
  • Crude futures settle higher on global supply concerns
    October ICE Brent settled 38 cents higher at $72.21/b Monday, while September NYMEX crude settled 53 cents higher at $66.44/b as market participants focused on the impact of renewed US sanctions against Iran and dwindling Venezuelan output.
  • Bunker buyers wary of Istanbul amid plunge in lira, suppliers unfazed
    The Mediterranean bunker fuel market is closely monitoring the impact of the sharp fall in the Turkish lira
  • Dan-Bunkering to merge with Sydney's Australia Bunkering
    Dan-Bunkering will now have offices in 12 locations worldwide.
  • Japan to import Yemeni Masila crude for the first time since 2015
    Around 200,000 barrels of crude was loaded on to the Ambelos, a Bahamas-flagged 114,600 dwt vessel.
  • More finance, innovation needed to meet IMO climate goals: Clean Cargo
    CO2 emissions per container per kilometer for global ocean transportation routes dropped by 1% on year in 2017.
  • Golden Ocean Group to install scrubbers on 16 Capesize vessels
    The company recorded a net income of $9 million for Q2 2018, compared with $16.7 million in Q1.
  • South Korea's refinery upgrades boon for Mexican Maya crude
    This comes as refiners are currently developing new 0.5% sulfur bunker fuels for use in 2020.
  • Indian BPCL's Kochi refinery likely to receive US crude: cFlow
    According to cFlow, the VLCC vessel, Khurais, is expected to discharge on September 16.

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