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Sched Netweb site
OCTOBER 29, 2018
  • Asia-Europe rate increases 4.7pc to US$761/TEU, rises 70pc to USWC
  • DHL sells Chinese supply chain to Shenzhen's SF Holding for US$796 million
  • US seeks to impose new restrictions on the export of electronic waste
  • Asian Logistics & Maritime Conference opens November 20 in Hong Kong
  • West Africa's container volume to hit 4.3 million TEU by 2021: Dynamar
  • expands into parcel delivery sector through its logistics network
  • Drewry devises new low sulphur cost-impact calculator for marine fuel oil
  • NYK devises onboard sulphur-in-oil analyser for emission control areas
  • Concerns expressed over airport infrastructure funding by AAPA leaders
  • Fourth B747 freighter for CargoLogicAir bound for US domestic service
  • New Volkswagen hub to be run by Imperial Logistics in Wilhelmshaven

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Exim Indiaweb site
OCTOBER 28, 2018
  • CMA CGM to reshuffle its Mediterranean-Middle East Gulf-Indian Subcontinent services
  • Coastal shipping can give new lease of life to trade by sea: Mansukh Mandaviya
  • India & Bangladesh sign agreements for enhancing inland & coastal waterways connectivity
  • MSC, CMA CGM & COSCO to cooperate on the IMED service
  • Ship operating costs expected to rise in 2018 & 2019
  • Commerce Ministry discussing strategies to make Indian exports more competitive: Suresh Prabhu
  • IGST Export Refunds - Extension in SB005 alternate mechanism and revised processing in certain cases including disbursal of compensation cess
  • Progress of India-Myanmar transport connectivity projects discussed
  • World Trade Expo 2018 opens today at World Trade Centre

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International Transport Journalweb site
OCTOBER 29, 2018
  • The Korean strategy
  • Russia: hopper car production spikes
  • Self-driving trucks will exacerbate driver shortage problem
  • T-Link sets foot in Basel
  • Port of Antwerp consolidating barge calls
  • AAPA posts September figures
  • Traton to support Logistics Hall of Fame
  • Packaging facility opens up new intermodal business
  • Hellmann opens new cross-dock complex
  • 40 candles for port of Namur
  • Another freighter for Spice Xpress
  • DEX connecting Mauretania and Senegal to Dunkirk
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • More pulling power for Metrans
  • Imperial Logistics signs on with Rijnmond Logistics
  • Prospects still good for car carriers
  • Liburnia Maritime and Karim Thys join forces
  • Emirates Skycargo and Vietnam closer together

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IHS Maritimeweb site
OCTOBER 26, 2018
  • OOCL, SITC results highlight optimism over Asia trade growth
  • Italy's d'Amico group returns to Confitarma
  • Back from the brink: A review of South Korea's bulk recovery
  • Fresh claims deepen Triyards woes
  • Singapore firms accused of breaching North Korea sanctions
  • Formosa Plastics Marine shrinks container ship fleet
  • Moore Stephens: Higher costs on environmental regulations and maintenance

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The Loadstarweb site
OCTOBER 26, 2018
  • DSV reports 'strong' nine-month results and doesn't rule out new bid for Ceva
  • Cancelled sailings prop up Asia-Europe spot rates, but demand looking uncertain
  • Cargologicair takes on fourth 747 after its busiest year so far - despite 2017 losses
  • Speed limits for box ships the best way to hit emissions target, IMO told
  • SF Holding secures partnership with DP DHL's Chinese contract logistics unit
  • North American rail freight stays on track, despite heavy increases in diesel
  • Lufthansa Cargo drops 'ban' on dry ice, to the relief of customers
  • Saudia Cargo appoints new chief ground handling officer

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Marine Logweb site
OCTOBER 26, 2018
  • IMO issues briefing on MEPC 73 decisions
  • N. Korea Sanctions: U.S. designates Singapore marine fuel company
  • U.S. Coast Guard takes delivery of FRC 31
  • Wärtsilä hooks design contract for advanced Russian factory trawler
  • Kirby reports increased earnings and revenues
  • Hurtigruten adds bigger batteries to third hybrid expedition ship

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Lloyd's Listweb site
OCTOBER 26, 2018
  • IMO negotiations hit roadblock on EEDI
    Regulators were unable to agree on shipbuilding efficiency rules for LNG, gas carriers and other ships pushing back the schedule
  • The Interview: Mary Brooks
    First female winner of the Onassis Prize for Shipping has decades of experience in maritime research, spanning liner regulation in...
  • Industry welcomes IMO sulphur cap decisions
    BIMCO, ICS, shipping alliances and Maersk throw support behind the adopted fuel ban and compromise on a contentious experience-building phase...
  • Rising costs and lower prices are no threat to US-China LNG trade, say analysts
    A tipping point is possible, but far off
  • The Lloyd's List Podcast: LNG's bull run, the 2020 game changer and why shipping's corporate governance scorecard is improving
    Listen to the latest edition of Lloyd's List's weekly podcast - your weekly briefing on the stories shaping shipping in...
  • Canadian forwarders bullish despite trade policy transformations
    Canadian forwarders are thriving this year with no dramatic fall-out from the rapidly changing trading landscape in North America, according...
  • HPH adopts conservative stance after profits slide
    HPH Trust says it will continue to adhere to strict financial discipline to safeguard its assets
  • No-deal Brexit would boost UK container trades
    Ro-ro services would be hardest hit by a no-deal Brexit, but moving cargo to container services would provide some relief
  • Steamship announces fifth successive rate freeze
    Return accelerated in the hope of signing up new members, Arthur J Gallagher surmises in P&I newsletter
  • Wista Germany stakes its claim
    Wista Germany has increased its membership by 70% thanks to a more refined outreach and a mentorship programme, according to...
  • OOCL posts stronger transpacific results in third quarter
    Results come as US imports from China remained robust, despite the ongoing trade war between the two countries and the...
  • Ulrichs set to depart at Rickmers-Line
    Sector veterans switch places as Zeaborn pushes ahead with Intermarine joint venture
  • Major Southeast Asian yards see some hope but are still struggling
    MMHE, Sembcorp Marine continue to bleed in 2018 however
  • IMO adopts 2020 sulphur cap fuel carriage ban
    Vessels without scrubbers are officially banned from carrying non-compliant fuel oils for use beginning in March 2020
  • 2020 sulphur cap enters final stretch
    The next few months could prove to be the most consequential for the sulphur cap's implementation
  • Shipping's business model must be transformed, Lloyd's List briefing told
    There's a greater hurdle for shipping to cross in its quest for efficiency than tardy regulators or complacent senior managers...
  • Daily Briefing
    Why the Brexit flotilla will sink | What the IMO sulphur cap decision really means (and why you should care)...
  • Samudera sees container volumes jump 45% in the third quarter
    Relatively healthy demand seen for dry bulk cargo, which should help sustain rates
  • JES shipbuilding business goes bankrupt
    Move follows announcement in August suggesting it had prospective investors despite not receiving any firm offers yet
  • Trading giants link up to digitise agri-shipping
    Archer Daniels Midland, Bunge, Cargill and Louis Dreyfus will focus on technologies to automate grain and oilseed post-trade execution processes
  • Moore Stephens: shipping costs to increase this year and next
    Drydocking is likely to see the most significant increases in both years

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
OCTOBER 26, 2018
  • Trans-Pacific extra-loaders readied amid spot rate highs
  • 'Shipper of choice' means being more than 'truck driver-friendly'
  • Forwarders on the hook for more project cargo risk
  • Asia-Europe ocean capacity and demand diverge
  • Chicago's dray challenges resonate across United States
  • Low water halts all Rhine barge shipping on Kaub-Basel stretch

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TradeWindsweb site
OCTOBER 26, 2018
  • Judging Scorpio Bulkers' early returns on sister deal
    There is both good and bad in the numbers over the two weeks suggested by Robert Bugbee for an initial check on $100m investment.
  • Stopford: Low carbon shipping spells new shipyard boom
    Slow-steaming ships powered by electricity and fuel cells could bring a newbuilding rush, Martin Stopford tells WISTA conference.
  • Chevron extends Navios Acquisition tanker charter
    Navios Maritime Acquisition is set for a lower rate on a medium range tanker that has secured a contract extension with Chevron. For the last year the 50,000-dwt Nave Orbit (built 2009) has been earning $13,500 per day on a charter to the oil major. Iranian switch powers surge in VLCC rates But the tanker is now said to have been fixed for one extra year at $12,700 per day. Navios bought the
  • Transocean Maritime tied to tanker buy number three
    Brokers say latest transaction shows a rise in asset values.
  • Sovcomflot-Cosco talks inch ahead
    Chinese owner could partner directly or with new Arctic maritime joint-venture.
  • EMAS Offshore signs $73m term sheet with Udenna
    Singapore-based OSV operator is hoping to secure a restructuring deal with the parent of Chelsea Logistics.
  • Brightoil Petroleum set to refinance five VLCCs with Shandong Shipping deal
    Hong Kong-listed shipowner set to keep commercial control of ships which had been marketed for sale.
  • Arctic Securities charts ADS Crude dividend potential
    Analysts forecast over $140m could be paid to investors before company's tankers are scrapped in 2022.
  • Belships in the black as Lighthouse deal wins shareholder support
    Oslo-listed owner clear to see through transaction after winning a green light from investors.
  • Bulk carrier newbuilding deliveries set to reach lowest level in a decade
    Braemar ACM says new capacity added to dry fleet in 2018 will be a 10-year low, but trend will reverse in 2019.
  • Kirby Corp clocks up strong third quarter performance
    Kirby Corp has booked a stronger than forecast third quarter performance against its own and Wall Street expectations. It banked a profit of $41.95m in the three months to the end of September, ahead of the $28.80m seen at the same stage in 2017. Kirby's D&S segment may be in spotlight Cowen analyst leaves for boutique Earnings per share of $0.70 beat the $0.64 per share projected by analysts
  • Steamship Mutual votes against premium rise
    Shipowners at the club will not face increased insurance costs next year.
  • Top Ships makes it a hat trick with Clearlake
    US-listed shipowner secures potential five-year employment for Vietnamese-built tanker.
  • Singapore owner targeted for breaking North Korea sanctions
    US Treasury Department also imposed sanctions on two vessels operated and managed by WT Marine.
  • JERA recruits Shell exec to lead LNG team
    Trader dubbed "Queen of LNG" joins one of Asia's biggest energy traders after eight years at UK major.
  • Grain trading giants partner to digitize agricultural shipping
    ADM, Bunge, Cargill and Louis Dreyfus look to cut costs of moving cargoes around the world.

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American Shipperweb site
OCTOBER 26, 2018
  • Shippers leveraging America's inland ports
  • IMO keeps to 2020 implementation for sulfur cap
  • Carriers switch up Mid E/ISC-Med loops
  • Deutsche Post DHL selling Chinese supply chain operations
  • USTR seeks comments on Japan trade talks
  • Singaporean firms added to North Korean sanctions
  • Georgia terminals handle 630,000 vehicles during fiscal year
  • CEVA Logistics and CMA CGM broaden 'strategic partnership'
  • Car carrier shipping increasing despite rising uncertainty

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
OCTOBER 26, 2018
  • Petrobras-led group drills first well in Peroba subsalt area
    A consortium of Petrobras, BP Energy and CNPC has started drilling its first well in the offshore Brazil Peroba subsalt area, Petrobras said Friday.
  • Tight Northwest European distillate market rallies ICE gasoil backwardation
    ICE low sulfur gasoil backwardation continued to surge Friday, settling at $9.25/mt amid continued tight supply for distillates in Northwest Europe.
  • CORRECTION: ExxonMobil sees 95% of the deep sea fleet using 0.5% fuel in 2020
  • IMO's MEPC adopts non-compliant fuel carriage ban
    A key committee of the IMO on Friday adopted a proposal to ban the carriage of non-compliant fuels after marine fuel sulfur limits are cut in 2020.
  • US' World Fuel Services sees Q3 bunker sales fall but marine segment profit rises
    Despite declining sales volumes, the company's marine segment generated a gross profit of $43 million in Q3, an increase of 41% year on year.
  • Singapore ex-wharf 380 CST bunker Nov term deals done at higher levels than Oct
    According to market sources, October term contracts were concluded at $8-$8.75/mt.
  • TANKERS: Ardmore signs four MR sale/leasebacks for $19.7 mil cash boost
    The 2015-built, 37,000 dwt Ardmore Dauntless and Ardmore Defender will be sold to ship owning company Ocean Yield.

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