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23 September 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 22:50 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
AUGUST 23, 2018
  • Hapag-Lloyd boosts reefer fleet by 11,100 state-of-the-art boxes
  • APL's new Asia-US Eagle Express service lives up to promised delivery times
  • CSBC Corp wins order for ten 2,800 TEU ships from Yang Ming
  • Ship builder Imabari currently holds world's largest orderbook for box ships
  • Port of Everett US$36m South Terminal Wharf Modernisation project
  • Vuzix smart glasses enable warehouse technicians to watch operations in real-time
  • Kalmar wins container handling equipment order from Port of Shanghai
  • Tianjin Air Cargo set to fly after obtaining operating licence
  • Cargo diverted from Visakhapatnam airport due to lack of handling facilities
  • Aeromexico's Rafael Figueroa joins Delta Air Lines Cargo

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Exim Indiaweb site
AUGUST 22, 2018
  • Mumbai Maersk sets world record by loading 19,038 TEUs
  • Shashi Kiran Shetty looks at the future with optimism as Allcargo rings in its 25th anniversary
  • Govt mulling duty-free import of capital goods
  • India likely to export 7 m bales of cotton this year
  • Cochin Port Trust earmarks berths, godowns for free storage of relief materials as help pours in
  • KICT inks MoU with CONCOR for ex-im & coastal rail movement
  • Tokyo International Container Terminal marks 20 m TEUs handled
  • ASSOCHAM opens representative office in North America

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International Transport Journalweb site
AUGUST 23, 2018
  • Easing the changeover to eco-friendly HGVs
  • Sea Cube finds new CFO within own ranks
  • 5,000 new hoppers for hauling Canadian grain
  • Ethiopian Airlines targets Zambia as southern Africa's hub
  • WFS opens new jetty in Cornwall
  • New facility in Singapore for Cargo-partner
  • Joint efforts for more timber exports from Cameroon
  • Rhenus takes over Archives Assistance Express
  • Hellmann hires veteran from DB Cargo Logistics
  • TICT passes major threshold
  • Biman Bangladesh's first Dreamliner
  • «Curiosity of the day»
  • New locomotives to step up capacity
  • DSLV goes into battle for Europe
  • Singapore Airlines partners with Alibaba Group
  • Samul selling for NYA
  • Mississippi deepening project on the brink

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IHS Maritimeweb site
AUGUST 22, 2018
  • Progress made on seafarer access at US ports
  • IoT technology that transmits data through steel boon for ship safety
  • Marine insurers play 'wait and see' as sanctions debate continues
  • Ship Finance buys another three container ships
  • Fredriksen's Frontline sees tanker markets turning
  • US targets two Russian shipping firms, six vessels in North Korea-related sanctions
  • Hyundai Heavy Industries to consolidate shipbuilding units
  • Hafnia and BW Tankers discuss merger that could produce product tanker titan
  • VLCC demolitions reach 15-year high

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The Loadstarweb site
AUGUST 22, 2018
  • Transpacific on crest of a peak season wave, but trade war tariff hikes loom
  • Perishables shippers getting buffeted by bad weather and rising costs
  • High-flying DHL Express boosts its freighter fleet with five ex-Etihad A330Fs
  • MSC slows its containerships to help protect whales
  • As Mr Zimmerman once said: 'The times, they are a changing'

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Marine Logweb site
AUGUST 22, 2018
  • Crowley's ConRo ship outfitted with advanced bridge
  • Diamond mining vessel to get new gensets
  • Viking Life-Saving to distribute fire extinguishing system for boxships
  • Three more indicted in "Fat Leonard" affair
  • DNVGL: 2020 Global sulfur cap causing paradigm shift

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Lloyd's Listweb site
AUGUST 22, 2018
  • Growth in UK ro-ro traffic highlights need for Brexit deal, says BPA
    Government seemingly no closer to agreeing terms for departure from European Union
  • Tanker players brace for Sino-US trade war
    China's tariffs on US energy products are affecting trade lanes even though freight earnings are remaining stable
  • SFI buys three boxships as income slips on impairments
    Three modern containerships will boost charter backlog by $260m
  • Hyundai Mipo sells HHI stake
    HMD says earnings from sale will boost liquidity and the yard's financial structure
  • Zim falls into the red in second quarter
    Despite higher liftings and revenues, operating costs lead Zim to a net loss
  • Shearwater acquires WesternGeco in $600m deal
    The deal is expected to close in the fourth quarter of this year
  • Cargo rollovers cause chaos on transpacific
    Securing guaranteed slots on eastbound Asia-US container shipping services is proving increasingly difficult as spot rates spike
  • Wallenius Wilhelmsen mulls bond issue
    Danske Bank, DNB Markets, Nordea and SEB setting up investor roadshow beginning next week
  • Newton named Joint Hull Committee chairman
    Body representing the interests of those who write marine hull business in the London market names replacement for industry veteran...
  • Modern capesize tonnage rises to near four-year high
    Modern tonnage is more attractive because earnings power is greater
  • Frontline positive on recovery for tanker market
    John Fredriksen's flagship tanker unit will delay part of charter hires for eight old VLCCs leased from Ship Finance
  • The Alliance to move transatlantic base to Hamburg
    Boost for HHLA as carriers confirm use of Container Terminal Altenwerder for US east coast services
  • Moral exhortation will not bring about a British export Wirtschaftswunder
    UK exports as a percentage of gross domestic product lag far behind the international average
  • Between the Lines: Container lines' second-quarter performance lacklustre
    Listed carriers have little to celebrate as freight rates deteriorate
  • Daily Briefing
    Hafnia Tankers in merger talks with BW | Singamas chairman says container buyers cautious on new orders | UK setting...
  • US sanctions Russian shipping for North Korea trade
    Primorye Maritime Logistics and Gudzon Shipping were conducting business with North Korea despite UN sanctions

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
AUGUST 22, 2018
  • Minor trans-Pac capacity relief arrives amid peak season
  • ILWU local returns to work at Seattle terminal for night shift
  • Inland port feeding Savannah gives south Appalachia shippers rail option
  • Asia-Europe carriers blank sailings amid bunker fuel pressures
  • Rising costs, weak rates erase Zim revenue, volume gains
  • JNPT terminals working well with customs import reform

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TradeWindsweb site
AUGUST 22, 2018
  • Nordic Shipholding widens half-year loss
    Danish product tanker owner faces risk of breaching loan covenants.
  • Hedge fund backs away from Overseas Shipholding
    Major shareholder Paulson & Co sells almost 2.7m shares of the Jones Act tanker owner.
  • Excelerate confirms Bangladesh FSRU start-up
    Regas specialist says project financial sanction to commercial gas flow took 13 months.
  • S&P surge aids buzz around pressurized LPG space
    Epic Gas and StealthGas chiefs discuss upturn in transactions as market shows new strength.
  • Navios Acquisition widens loss in weaker market
    Chief executive Angeliki Frangou still 'pleased' with second-quarter results.
  • Macleod sees seasonal upswing and continued Iranian exports
    Frontline chief expects 2017 winter chill to be an anomaly and presents contrarian view on Iran.
  • Zim plunges to loss despite record volumes
    Israeli line hit by falling rates and higher fuel costs.
  • Cocaine found in box on Peter Dohle ship
    Probe begins into $12m discovery in Costa Rica of drugs bound for Ireland.
  • Grindrod appoints new CEO
    Freight services the focus in South Africa after spin-off of vessels.
  • Diana wins pay rise for capesize
    Greek owner sees sharp increase in charter rate for Semirio.
  • New Zealand navy pays $69m for Ostensjo OSV
    Norwegian owner set for huge profit on multipurpose ship.
  • Montanaro builds stake in shipbroking giant Clarksons
    Shipbroker's stock climbing today after major UK investment firm reveals fresh purchase.
  • Thousands of Croatian yard workers strike
    Walk-out at Uljanik prompted by late payment of wages.
  • Esvagt extends ERRV charter
    Esvagt has stretched a deal for an OSV to provide guard vessel duty and standby preparedness on the Yme field in the Norwegian sector. Repsol Norway has chosen to extend its contract for the 400-dwt Esvagt Corona (built 2004) to the end of August 2019. At that point, the ship will have been in service on the Yme field for five years. "The extension shows that we deliver the quality that the cus
  • Fredriksen's Ship Finance International strikes again with containership trio
    Ole B. Hjertaker says this year's investment run comes with the owner presented with a new deal almost every day.
  • Wallenius Wilhelmsen lines up more bonds
    Roadshow planned to test water for three-year Norwegian issue.
  • Wartsila to upgrade De Beers ship
    Mining vessel to have new generating sets fitted by Finnish group.
  • Mipo raising $280m through HHI share sale
    Korean shipyard securing liquidity to improve finances.
  • South Korea to inspect US-blacklisted ship
    Russian vessel to be checked after sanctions imposed over alleged N Korean trade.
  • Atlantic Offshore buys two OSVs
    ERRV move will create 50 jobs at Aberdeen owner.
  • Frontline strikes more upbeat note on tanker market recovery
    Positive read from chief executive Robert Hvide Macleod comes alongside stronger than forecast results.
  • Expanding Fjord1 fixes $529m loan
    DNB and Nordea provide cash to fund 19-ship newbuilding programme.
  • Hunter Group extends VLCC option dates
    Oslo newcomer has not yet firmed up the last of 10 tankers at DSME.
  • Shearwater buys Schlumberger's seismic business
    Irene Waage Basili-led owner to take over WesternGeco for undisclosed sum.

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American Shipperweb site
AUGUST 22, 2018
  • Truck volumes continue 'robust' growth
    Domestic truck tonnage climbed 1.9 percent in July compared with the previous month after a revised 0.5 percent decline in June, according to the latest reading of the American Trucking Associations' advanced seasonally adjusted For-Hire Truck Tonnage Index.
  • Global automakers unite to fight tariffs
    Several major automobile manufacturing and parts associations have formed a coalition with the sole purpose of opposing tariffs on imports of vehicles and parts to the United States.
  • Descartes picks up PinPoint
    Descartes Systems Group has acquired PinPoint, an Ontario, Canada-based GPS fleet tracking and mobile workforce management provider.
  • ZIM reports second-quarter loss
    ZIM reported a net loss in the second quarter of 2018 of $33.2 million, compared to a net profit of $2.3 million in the second quarter of 2017, as a strong increase in cargo carried was not enough to offset lower freight rates and higher fuel and charter costs.
  • Commentary: NVOCC rules 15 years in making
    The Federal Maritime Commission's recent announcement via a Final Rule offering deregulatory flexibilities for Non-Vessel-Operating Common Carrier (NVOCC) Negotiated Rate Arrangements (NRAs) and NVOCC Service Arrangements (NSAs) is a huge success for the agency.
  • Buying spree pads WiseTech's earnings
    WiseTech Global recorded strong growth in earnings and revenues for fiscal year 2018 as the company aggressively ramped up its global footprint and technology through numerous acquisitions.
  • American Shipper intermodal webinar Thursday
    Join experts from BNSF Railway, Alliance Shippers Inc. and FreightWaves at 2 p.m. ET Thursday as American Shipper brings you "Navigating New Realities: Peak Shipping Season Intermodal Outlook," a webinar you can't afford to miss.
  • Congressman Hunter, wife indicted
    Rep. Duncan D. Hunter, R-Calif., the chairman of the Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation Subcommittee of the U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, and his wife, Margaret E. Hunter, were indicted Tuesday by a federal grand jury on charges that they converted more than $250,000 in campaign funds to pay for personal expenses and filed false campaign finance records with the Fed
  • Russian shipowners sanctioned
    The U.S. Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control has placed sanctions on two more Russian shipowners and their vessels for violating United Nations and U.S. trade sanctions against North Korea.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
AUGUST 22, 2018
  • Crude futures rise on large-than-expected US crude stock draw
    Crude oil futures settled higher Wednesday
  • Argentina's YPF to invest $560 million to boost oil, gas output in Río Negro province
    Argentina's YPF plans to invest nearly $560 million in a project to ramp up oil and natural gas production
  • Venezuela's PDVSA preparing to hike domestic fuel prices in September
    Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA is preparing to increase fuel prices in the domestic market
  • Kuwait aims to settle oil field disputes with Iraq, Saudi Arabia soon
    Kuwaiti oil minister Bakheet al-Rashidi said Wednesday he expects to resolve two long-standing oil field disputes
  • Iranian oil exports down sharply in first-half August
    Oil exports from Iran have fallen steeply in the first half of August
  • Marine fuel supply unaffected by fire at Brazil's Petrobras refinery
    An accident at Petrobras refinery in Brazil did not affect bunker deliveries
  • Shipping company Maersk may produce own 0.5% sulfur bunker fuel blend
    Transport and logistics group AP Moller-Maersk may produce its own blend of bunker fuel at Rotterdam
  • Norway's Frontline says well positioned on the scrubbers front
    Norwegian independent tanker operator Frontline said Wednesday that it was well positioned on the scrubbers front
  • Spain Las Palmas bunker availability tight on lower volumes from Rotterdam
    Bunker fuel availability at the Spanish port of Las Palmas is tight due to lower volumes from Rotterdam

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