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Sched Netweb site
AUGUST 3, 2020
  • A-E up 0.5pc to US$901/TEU, USWC soars to 21.9pc to $3,297/FEU
  • Box ship schedule reliability continues to improve in June
  • Inbound containers at US west coast ports down 8pc in June: PMSA
  • H1 rail freight volumes up 15pc at Ningbo-Zhoushan port
  • Port of Tanjung Pelepas smashes another move record
  • ICTSI inks concession contract with Cameroon's Kribi terminal
  • Djibouti's new African shipping line launches first feeder service
  • Air cargo market 'exceptionally challenging' despite improvement in June
  • Covid-19 leads to more digital cargo bookings at Air France KLM
  • AFG inks deal with Boeing for two 737-800BCFs

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Exim Indiaweb site
AUGUST 2, 2020
  • Baltic Dry Index up again
  • Bangladesh in third phase to enhance safe & environmentally sound ship recycling
  • FAS elects new office-bearers headed by Ishwar Achanta as President
  • Great Eastern Shipping registers huge net profit increase in Q1
  • NYK becomes part of global initiative on hydrogen
  • Overweight surcharge from Asia to West Africa
  • UK freight association alerts members that applications are now open for Customs training funding
  • 2nd phase of All India roll-out of Faceless Assessment
  • DGFT notifies relaxation in prohibition on export of surgical masks, medical goggles
  • MEIS is not going anywhere, says Commerce Minister
  • APM Terminals Pipavav observes World Nature Conservation Day
  • Port of Antwerp seeing first signs of recovery & an upturn in the European economy in Q3
  • Logistics trends in a post-Covid world
  • Govt working with RBI on industry's need for loan restructuring due to Covid-19 impact: Sitharaman
  • Importance of reducing coal imports stressed
  • Instructions for uploading documents in E-Sanchit for approval of AD Code/IFSC with Bank Account in ICES
  • CCI approves proposed acquisition of 49 pc equity share capital in Odisha Power Generation Corporation by Adani Power
  • Illicit Trade Report for 2019 issued
  • Supply chain finance & digital trade key growth priorities for banks in trade finance, shows survey

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The Loadstarweb site
JULY 31, 2020
  • Transpac rates at new heights, but reviving blank sailings could muddy the water
  • XPO Logistics sees revenues hit by a Q2 'dominated by Covid', but stays bullish
  • IAG Cargo passenger-freighter strategy pays off as yields rocket
  • Delays at port of Montreal drag on as one strike follows another
  • AirBridgeCargo ready for surge in freighter volumes in Asia Pacific peak season
  • Eduardo Pelleissone and Alex Santoro join XPO as LaQuenta Jacobs moves up
  • Analysis: DSV Panalpina and the spoiled kids - next deal now!
  • Conf call redux: CH Robinson's 'solid' 12% drop in net revenue...

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Marine Logweb site
JULY 31, 2020
  • Burger Boat launches its third vessel for Chicago tour boat operator
    The Burger Boat Company shipyard in Manitowoc, Wis., has launched a new passenger vessel for Chicago's First Lady Cruises. The vessel, the Emerald Lady, is the third that Burger has built for
  • Kirby earnings and revenue take a hit
    Houston headquartered Kirby Corporation (NYSE: KEX) reported net earnings for the quarter ended June 30, 2020 of $25.0 million, compared with $47.3 million for the 2019 second quarter. Consolidated revenues for the
  • Sale of FSG to investment group takes a step forward
    A rescuer looks to have been found for troubled German shipbuilder Flensburger Schiffbau Gesellshaft (FSG) in the shape of Lars Windhorst, founder of investment company Tennor Holding. A contract for the sale
  • Tidewater, too, hit by crew change crisis
    Offshore services giant Tidewater Inc. (NYSE:TDW) yesterday reported revenue for the three and six months ended June 30, 2020, of $102.3 million and $218.7 million, respectively compared with $125.9 million and $248.0
  • Construction underway on another new dredge for Callan Marine
    Galveston, Texas, based dredging contractor Callan Marine reports that construction is underway on the General Bradley, a new 28 inch dredge that will join the fleet in 2021. The news comes within
  • Fincantieri brings in a banker as GM
    Reporting a loss of EUR 137 million (about $162 million) for the first half year, Italian shipbuilding giant Fincantieri has appointed a banker, Fabio Gallia, as its new General Manager. Until 2018,

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 31, 2020
  • Ship breaking case turns spotlight on owners
    The potential for a successful claim means that shipowners need to be vigilant in their ship recycling policies, according to...
  • UK shipping sanctions guide shows closer alignment to US
    'The guidance identifies a number of illicit and suspicious shipping practices that look remarkably similar to those of Ofac,' says...
  • Industry tortoise derided by Mr Hare is unfair race
    Shipping knows it has to become cleaner and greener, and it knows it is not doing so fast enough. But...
  • Case highlights divide between law and perception
    Law firm Leigh Day's arguments will find a ready echo from non-governmental organisations that campaign on the shipbreaking issue
  • The week in charts: Containers turn positive; ship finance grows
    Reinstated sailings and a pick-up in China port calls indicate activity in the containers sectors is on the increase, while...
  • DSV Panalpina reinstates guidance after improved quarter
    The freight forwarding and logistics company has cut costs and expects significant synergies from the Panalpina integration
  • MOL forecasts more car carriers will be scrapped
    Lloyd's List Intelligence showed 30 car carriers from different companies are laid up at Malaysia's Labuan anchorage alone, and older...
  • LNG's role as a bridging fuel for shipping faces challenge
    Progress towards a zero-carbon future for shipping will involve methanol, biofuels, ammonia, and hydrogen. LNG's role as a bridging fuel...
  • ONE cost cuts boost first-quarter profit
    A 20% drop in the average price of bunkers helped push Ocean Network Express to a $167m profit, despite revenues falling...
  • Box freight rates in the balance
    Container lines will have to make sensible decisions if they are to maintain the freight rate gains that have supported...
  • Shipping's green push faces virtual halt
    The coronavirus disruption means major decisions have been put off or delayed - and the rest of the year is...
  • Shipping lawyer offers remedy to US legal 'headaches'
    Filing briefs with the US Supreme Court is only part of Mr Nolan's work, much of which involves counselling clients...
  • Trade imbalances smother LPG sector
    Freight rates to remain at depressed levels in the second half of the year
  • Capesize remains grounded off Mauritius
    Traces of oil have been spotted in the lagoon, which may have leaked from the engine room, the Mauritius Coast...
  • Are shipping's banks finally coming back?
    Shipping's comparative resilience in the face of the coronavirus pandemic could help it gain more confidence among financiers who are...
  • Mitsui E&S in talks to join with Tsuneishi
    The two sides are expected to reach an accord by the end of 2020 and are continuing with discussions on...
  • Pandemic overhang clouds LNG uptick in second half
    The threat of a second coronavirus wave has dampened LNG demand and depressed prices to persistently low levels, which is...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Seafarers close to breaking point, warns shipmanager | Maersk Pool linked to Xihe tankers deal | Hong...
  • Another bulker detained in Australia for crew violations
    MUA said massive underpayment of wages was discovered when the vessel docked in Brisbane earlier in July, and although the...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 31, 2020
  • Transport capacity tightening for Amazon third-party sellers
  • Caterpillar says heavy equipment dealers slashing ro-ro orders
  • Asia-US West Coast FEU spot rates clear $3,000 bar
  • COVID-19 outbreak disrupts Asia-South Africa container service
  • Montreal longshore workers to begin another 96-hour strike Monday
  • JOC Uncharted: Latam logistics ripe for technological innovation
  • APL Logistics emissions tool to help shippers navigate speed dilemma

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TradeWindsweb site
JULY 31, 2020
  • Navios Containers sets up $6m in shares for possible buyback
  • Capesizes see week of modest gains before possible rally
  • Could Empress of the Seas be headed for the scrapyard? Royal Caribbean won't say
  • Windhorst takeover throws lifeline to Germany's struggling FSG shipyard
  • Tidewater's Africa business suffers even as it meets expectations
  • Pandemic effects boost Ocean Network Express profit
  • Armed guard seizes Eagle Bulk ship for three days over pay dispute
  • Capital Products slashes payout to build 'war chest' for post-Covid acquisitions
  • Maran Gas' Stavros Hatzigrigoris leaves Angelicoussis Group
  • Top manager appointed at Fincantieri to help Italian yard meet 'challenging' goals
  • Japan's Tsuneishi Shipbuilding and Mitsui E&S to open consolidation talks
  • How a new US-China Cold War could fuel a hot freight market
  • Adnoc-Wanhua joint venture orders VLGC newbuildings at Jiangnan Shipyard
  • Diana and the banks: a new template, or just better times for one shipowner?
  • Maersk unleashes bevy of digital container shipping portals
  • GTT sees 77 LNG carriers required for projects under construction
  • MOL carries 400,000 fewer cars in first quarter as profit slides 55%
  • Yangzijiang Shipping bulker banned from Australia over unpaid crew wages
  • Mitsubishi Heavy Industries goes Danish for Hokkaido wind farm project
  • Tony Goldsmith to head marine team at Hill Dickinson

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American Shipperweb site
JULY 31, 2020
  • United Airlines nurses international operations back to health
    United Airlines is slowly ratcheting up its passenger schedule each month as travel increases, but it's a tricky game to figure out how much supply...
  • FreightWaves Flashback 1982: New container box stacker for Jax Port is state of the art
    The new unit can pass over stacks of boxes four high (48 feet) and five wide (plus a truck lane, a total of 69 feet).
  • Q&A: DCLI calls national chassis pool debate an illusion
    DCLI chief commercial officer warns shippers and truckers who seek a national chassis pool: Be careful what you wish for.
  • Lawmakers want airfreight handler to return $170 million in COVID-19 funds
    Company one of 12 airline contractors under loan scrutiny.
  • The flying flexible people freighter: Meet the FlexCombi
    The FAA recently gave Pemco Conversions approval to convert 737 passenger jets into freighters, with the added flexibility of carrying pallets and passengers in the...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 31, 2020
  • ARA fuel oil stocks fall 14% on week to 1.255 mil mt: Insights Global
    Stocks of fuel oil in the Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp hub fell 13.8% to 1.255 million mt in the week to July 30, according to data from Insights Global, despite market sources citing poor demand during the week.
  • Japan's cargo ship, oil tanker volume drops to record low in May amid COVID-19
    Japan's total volume of domestic cargo ship transports plunged 26% on the year to 12.798 million mt, or 94,702,189 barrels, in May, which is the lowest volume since the Japan Federation of Coastal Shipping Associations started the survey.
  • OIL FUTURES: Crude reverses course, settles higher amid tightened US production outlooks
    Crude prices climbed off morning lows to settle higher July 31 in a late-session rally fueled by tightened US supply outlooks.
  • Saudi Arabia's HSFO demand increases pressure on tight supply in Europe
    Strong demand for high sulfur fuel oil from Saudi Arabia has increased pressure on the European 3.5%S fuel oil market as it readjusts to the realities of coronavirus and life post-IMO 2020.
  • Energy services group WFS sees Q2 fuel sales volumes fall 22% on year
    Energy services company World Fuel Services saw its total sales volumes of land, aviation and marine fuel in Q2 fall 21.7% to 1.056 billion gallons, the company reported June 30.

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