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Sched Netweb site
OCTOBER 26, 2018
  • OOCL cancels two Asia-Europe sailings in November, December
  • Valencia to build 5 million TEU terminal to handle transshipments
  • DP World: Slower '19 as Q3 slips to 1.4pc despite 2.6pc gain in '18
  • US seeks to slow down IMO 2020 sulphur rule, annoying refiners
  • CEVA Logistics, British Gypsum prioritise safety for new Volvo trucks
  • FedEx expands forwarding ops in Australia by acquiring Manton
  • Canadian National Railway CEO 'bullish' despite Sino-American trade war
  • DB Schenker automates warehouses with robotics, rivals look to do same
  • NYK teams up with IT firms to establish open internet platform for ships
  • Harbour clean trucks scheme aims at zero emissions at LA, Long Beach
  • Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge likely to lift airports' air cargo
  • Riyadh to develop logistics zone for sorting, maintenance and repair
  • Cargo results among world airports, airlines mixed in September
  • Projected growth short of New Delhi's cargo target of 12.9pc

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Exim Indiaweb site
OCTOBER 25, 2018
  • APL announces new India-Mediterranean service
  • Car carrier shipping looking up, says report
  • CEVA Logistics & CMA CGM broaden strategic partnership and sign a new relationship agreement
  • Gogha-Dahej Ro-Pax ferry service has successful trial run
  • India & Bangladesh discuss issues pertaining to protocol arrangements & improving inland water transportation
  • MSC in blockchain initiative with Abu Dhabi Ports
  • NYK holds dry bulk safety conference
  • Imports into the US up despite trade war
  • First container rake despatched from Kamarajar Port railway siding
  • Huge footfalls at FWC exhibition; FFFAI bullish on new areas for logistics business
  • Shippers & LSP Business Forum on CTL 2018 to congregate the fraternity on Nov. 22 in Vadodara
  • Shippers urged to join Digital Transport & Logistics Forum

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International Transport Journalweb site
OCTOBER 26, 2018
  • Sailing to a smart port
  • Goodman ground breaking in Bedford
  • New recycling vehicle for glass collection
  • Three hires for Ship Money's European team
  • Ceva and CMA CGM snuggling up closer
  • American's best ever September performance
  • Low water level persisting on Rhine and Danube
  • USA: American Railcar Industries merge
  • Circle starts IPO
  • Yachts sailing on deck
  • Eurasian train: 11,000 km in only 18 to 20 days
  • Alaska asks "Who wants to build an ANC warehouse?"
  • Clarksons nominates new man for Japan
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • To Russia with speed
  • Taking over the reins of Uta Spain
  • Airfreight growth, seafreight shrinkage
  • Forest owners banking on rail transport in Sweden
  • Emirates exits Multan

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IHS Maritimeweb site
OCTOBER 25, 2018
  • Finland's ESL Shipping to expand biofuels business
  • CMA CGM pushed into fresh bid for CEVA Logistics
  • Delegates shocked as EU pushes through EEDI changes at IMO
  • Mandarin Shipping looks at feeder box ship and bulker deals
  • Yang Ming, TIPC join Taiwanese wind farm consortium
  • MEPC 73: The midweek status quo
  • Vitol takes new LR2 from Navig8
  • Wärtsilä to mirror market, scrubbers to remain key maritime focus

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The Loadstarweb site
OCTOBER 25, 2018
  • CEVA takes shelter under new CMA CGM 'partnership' to ward off DSV
  • Market Insight: DSV vs CMA CGM & CEVA - a bidding war in the making
  • IMO looks set to introduce ban on ships carrying high-sulphur fuel
  • Seafarers' union sinks plan for Whitehall to charter post-Brexit ro-ro fleet
  • Panalpina has 'stood its ground in a very volatile environment', says CEO
  • Sixth successive quarter of record revenue for buoyant EGL
  • Forwarders need to share data and stop 'hijacking the supply chain'

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Marine Logweb site
OCTOBER 25, 2018
  • With no experience building phase, here's what IMO 2020 actually says
  • And the survey says: Ship operating costs to rise in 2018 and 2019
  • Wilson Sons Shipyard drydocks its largest vessel ever
  • Havila Kystruten newbuilds to have R-R power and propulsion solutions
  • Nauticor to supply LNG fuel for "world's greenest bulkers"
  • Baleària says LNG fueled cat will be world's longest and fastest
  • Knud E. Hansen in research vessel project study

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Lloyd's Listweb site
OCTOBER 25, 2018
  • Ardmore inks sale-and-leaseback deals for four vessels
    The agreements cover two product and chemical tankers and two medium range tankers
  • What the IMO sulphur cap decision really means
    The compromise on the contentious sulphur cap proposal gives ample time for it to flourish or wither away
  • 'No way' Britain will find Brexit backstop ro-ros, shipbrokers confirm
    Chamber of Shipping, Nautilus union and Labour shipping spokesman Karl Turner have all cast doubt on the viability of emergency...
  • Learn from the past, then adapt to the future
    The International Maritime Cyber Centre of Excellence in Singapore is envisaged to be a cyber service solution for the shipping...
  • Harry Theochari to be named Maritime UK chairman
    Sarah Kenney will be made vice-chair of the industry body
  • Classic panamax market stabilises
    Low hire rates and flexibility have supported utilisation of an unloved vessel class, pushing up underlying asset prices as demand...
  • China-Japan summit : The bright side for shipping
    There will be a subtle strategic game for the two leaders amid Washington's tough stance against Beijing
  • Hideaki Saito re-elected as IMO environmental chair
    The Marine Environment Protection Committee on Thursday re-elected Hideaki Saito as chair, with Liberia's Harry Conway staying on as vice-chair
  • Braemar ends up with loss over the last six months
    Chairman David Moorhouse says he expects to meet market expectations for the current financial year
  • CMA CGM offers to buy out CEVA shareholders
    Bid would see CMA CGM take effective control of the logistics operator as it promises to turn around its fortunes
  • Evergreen raises $97m with new share offer
    The line is expected to see big expenditure in the next few years
  • Viewpoint: Carrying the can
    The introduction of new rules on bunker fuels requires sensitive handling, with due note of practical considerations
  • Shipowners float idea of national bunker licensing schemes
    A proposal to the IMO's safety regulators seeks to tighten the bunker supply chain and mitigate fuel oil risks
  • Daily Briefing
    IMO approves sulphur cap guidance | Lloyd's List names Outstanding Achievement Award recipient | Maritime wakes up to cyber security...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
OCTOBER 25, 2018
  • ODFL, Landstar show US truck freight surge hasn't yet 'peaked'
  • Money can't solve US landside bottlenecks in container shipping
  • Philadelphia ILA rejects remote reefer monitoring plan
  • Chittagong extends pickup, due to inland depot congestion
  • APM Terminals Mumbai's gate, volume delays truckers
  • Low water on Rhine cuts German barge capacity
  • CEVA to take lead on CMA CGM freight management

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TradeWindsweb site
OCTOBER 25, 2018
  • Costamare may spend up to $30m on scrubbers
    Konstantinos Konstantakopoulos-led boxship player plans to lay out as much as $6m for each installation of five scrubbers.
  • GasLog Partners invests $207m in LNG carrier dropdown
    US-listed LNG carrier owner acquires Methane Becki Anne from Greece's GasLog while quarterly adjusted earnings tick up 1% to $25.6m.
  • Top Ships faces new allegations in shareholder class action
    Shipowner continues to deny claims by plaintiffs as it reveals two more SEC subpoenas
  • Grose: Standard Club can keep growing after split with Lloyd's
    P&I mutual's chief reflects on closure of syndicate that was at the heart of its diversification
  • VLGC spot rates rebalance after recent upswing
  • Avance and Dorian optimistic as VLGC down cycle appears to be ending
    US production and scrapping activity may lead to a firm recovery in the coming quarters
  • Action onboard Prelude FLNG suggests unit nearing start-up
  • Gazpromflot prepares for delivery of first FSRU from HHI
  • Sinokor scores charter deals for steam-turbine LNG duo
    Reactivated vessel and new purchase find employment in strong market
  • LNG charter rates soar as ships vanish from market
  • Shell closes in on shipowners for LNG carrier charters
    Energy major leans on bidders to hone their offers on raft of time-chartered vessels
  • Greeks have been at the forefront of globalisation for millennia
    Marine archaeologists take advantage of low offshore rates to uncover evidence of merchant shipping from the ancient world
  • China's Iranian crude imports hang in balance as US sanctions prepare to bite
    Attention shifts to how China will respond to the upcoming round of US sanctions amid tenser trade relations between the two giants
  • Inaugural dual-fuelled aframax traverses NSR
  • KOTC takes break from ordering newbuilds
    Middle East tanker giant says it will focus on improving the overall efficiency of operations
  • Eastern Pacific adds six product tankers to build stronger presence
    Idan Ofer-backed shipowner makes debut in LR2 space and adds four more MR newbuildings to fleet
  • Scrubbers 'not the way to go' as Odfjell looks at LNG
    Morch sets out how shipowner will tackle 2020 emissions rules
  • Cleaner fuel may open up trading opportunities for dirty tankers
    IMO sulphur rules will change bunker demand patterns and create new flows of crude oil around the globe
  • Tomini eyes fat profit as it puts two more bulkers on the block
    Dubai shipowner sheds older vessels ahead of delivery of newbuildings
  • LSFO supply plenty to meet 2020 needs
    Commodity analyst says real impact of pricing will emerge in second half 2019.
  • Hoegh LNG steals the show on Norwegian expedition to China
    China is giddy with gas as import demand threatens to outrun capacity - and Sveinung Stohle thinks Hoegh LNG's FSRUs are the obvious solution
  • Bahri records stronger third-quarter profit
    Saudi state shipping giant enjoys better spot tanker earnings and lower financing costs.
  • Pareto upgrades DHT as VLCC rates warm into winter
  • Basrah restriction offers relief for suezmax spot rates
    One of the world's largest oil export hubs will require more tankers with 20-tonne cranes next month, limiting charterers' choices.
  • VLCC fleet dynamics may threaten sustainable recovery
    Plenty more newbuilding deliveries scheduled as scrapping capacity constraints kick in, says Alphatanker
  • Royal Caribbean improves profit while eyeing strong 2019
    Richard Fain-led cruise major expects adjusted earnings per share of $8.75 to $8.85 for 2018, partly due to this year's acquisition of Silversea Cruises.
  • Ocean Yield inks leaseback deal with Ardmore Shipping
    Kjell Inge Rokke-backed company adds another deal in active year, while Tony Gurnee-fronted firm has extra $19.7m in cash after twin transactions.
  • Enesel locks in employment for VLCC newbuilding
  • Samudera profit climbs on stronger container business
    Singapore-listed owner posts better results for the third quarter on higher container shipping revenue.
  • Braemar Shipping Services seeks to answer technical and share price questions
    James Kidwell says company will not live with red ink at Braemar Technical and is unhappy with stock valuation.
  • Nordic American Tankers finds work for final newbuilding
  • IMO overlooks 'experience building' proposal
    Shipping regulator asks for further proposals on tackling fuel quality and availability.
  • Top Ships in small share issue with single investor
  • Marinakis and Union Maritime splitting BP Shipping aframaxes
    British owner has bag five ships while Greek tycoon is set to sweep up the remaining three, brokers say.
  • Lavinia takes another capesize bulker
  • Navigator Holdings taps Nordic bond markets for $72.5m
    US-listed shipowner will use money to help fund construction of ethylene export marine terminal.
  • Shipbroking and finance stronger in busy first half for Braemar
    London-listed firm sees underlying performance improve while acquisition costs drag down reported results.
  • Siem Offshore trims losses in third quarter
    Kristian Siem-backed OSV company continues to be dragged down by weak markets.
  • ME Production rides scrubber demand surge
    Danish firm opening new factory in China and expanding Frederikshavn facility in bid to keep up.
  • Oak Maritime VLCC boarded by robbers off Venezuela
    Large crude tanker and Cosco supramax both targeted while at Jose terminal Anchorage.
  • Milaha more than doubles boxship business
    Fleet grows to 15 ships in line with demand at Qatar owner.
  • Vinalines posts slim profit after IPO
    Vietnamese owner reveals nine-month earnings of $900,000.

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American Shipperweb site
OCTOBER 25, 2018
  • DB Schenker training with 3D technology, virtual reality
  • Sovcomflot tanker completes first voyage on LNG fuel
  • Trump signs opioid package into law
  • Port, rail and intermodal funding bill garners support
  • Norfolk Southern reports 39 percent profit hike
  • New year hike in tariffs to 25 percent may be inevitable
  • Senator: Tariffs complicate USMCA prospects
  • Auto execs hope for regulatory focus in U.S., EU talks
  • DSV says it won't pursue CEVA acquisition

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
OCTOBER 25, 2018
  • Oil shrugs off oversupply fears, rides equities higher
    Crude futures consolidated morning gains to settle higher on Thursday.
  • The first LNG powered Aframax tanker completes maiden voyage
    The first LNG fueled Aframax crude oil tanker, has completed its maiden voyage across the Baltic and North Seas from Primorsk to Rotterdam.
  • ExxonMobil sees 95% of the deep sea fleet using 0.5% fuel in 2020
    The company has made this forecast assuming that as of Jan 1, 2020, less than 300,000 vessels will be using scrubbers and that no more than 300 vessels will be using LNG.
  • External: Marine Bunkering(Rotterdam)B.V.
  • External: Global Risk Management
  • Singapore 380 CST HSFO cash differential, crack spread hit multi-year highs
    Supply of HSFO is "very tight, especially for November 1-10. I don't think anyone has oil to sell with big lots," a trader said.
  • The IMO high sulfur carriage ban remains on track for March 2020: IBIA
    A majority of countries attending MEPC 73 expressed support for adopting the ban.
  • Fujairah/Singapore 380 CST bunker price spread narrows as supply tightness eases
    It is, however, unclear if the spread will continue to narrow further amid supply uncertainty with the upcoming US sanctions on Iran.
  • Aurora Tankers to opt for 0.5%S compliant fuels, HSFO with scrubbers as IMO 2020 rule looms
    "The plan is to fit eight tankers first with scrubbers," Rogers said.
  • Hamburg MGO premium to ICE LSGO futures hits multi-month high on tight availability
    People can no longer buy at the level of ICE LSGO futures because there are not enough suppliers,a buyer said.
  • US LNG to Asia in question as prices fall, shipping costs rise
    In just the past two weeks, tightening supply in the spot-shipping market has seen rates in both basins surge from around $100,000/d to current levels.
  • Hartree Maritime Partners appoints Hunter Group to advise on scrubber-fitted shipbuilding
    "It is Hartree and Hunter's intention to form a new scrubber-fitted pool to operate this fleet of 11 eco VLCC vessels," Merison said.

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