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24 September 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 23:52 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
AUGUST 4, 2020
  • Shanghai port sees container throughput hit record high in July
  • OOCL launches China Indonesia Philippines service from September
  • Le Havre, Marseilles recovering ground after strikes and Covid
  • Shipowners slow to sign long hires as charter market heats up
  • APMT Alabama box shop's plan threatens US east coast rivals
  • Increasing congestion at ports due to cancelled sailings out of India
  • Australia declares China's South China Sea claims are unlawful
  • BA and Air France-KLM plan share sales, layoffs to survive Covid
  • Volga-Dnepr and Kuehne + Nagel partner of UK-Russia flight
  • China is buying computer chips before Hong Kong route is shut down

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Exim Indiaweb site
AUGUST 3, 2020
  • APM Terminals first to launch fully digital export management system in Russia
  • Busan Port Authority in Port of Rotterdam
  • CBIC amendment to Sea Cargo Manifest & Transhipment Regulations
  • DP World Komatipoort becomes the first dry port east of Gauteng in South Africa
  • OOCL announces new China Indonesia Philippines service
  • Ugo Vincent bids adieu to India after successful stint
  • Govt allows export of indigenously manufactured ventilators
  • Import restrictions on colour TVs should only apply to future shipments, govt urged
  • Roll-out of Faceless Assessment for Chapter 29 Group 2A in Mumbai Zones I, II and III
  • Global container port capacity expansion projected to contract due to Covid-19
  • JNPT closes July on a high note
  • 80 pc of business expect recovery by June next year: Survey
  • Forex reserves at new lifetime high
  • GST revenue collection down in July 2020
  • India will be back on growth journey from next year, says DEA Secretary
  • Latest in-depth analysis of trade in goods & services published
  • Government announces commencement of cruises from October

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The Loadstarweb site
AUGUST 3, 2020
  • ONE Q1 profit soars 3,000% on 2019, thanks to cheaper fuel and higher rates
  • Tough peak season ahead for retailers, as Walmart stays mum on Plus launch
  • As forwarders help shippers to go greener, they also find it can be cheaper
  • Supply chain resilience a top priority, but how do you build it?
  • Lawmakers question Swissport over $170m in Covid-19 funds
  • Crane Worldwide appoints Brannon Kuykendall chief information officer
  • Supply chain radar: Expeditors preps to have the last laugh

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Marine Logweb site
AUGUST 3, 2020
  • Diamond Ocean drillship completes upgrades at ST Engineering Halter Marine and Offshore
    ST Engineering Halter Marine and Offshore, Pascagoula, Miss., has completed a contract for upgrade work on Diamond Offshore's drillship Ocean BlackLion that included installation of a 215 metric ton NOV passive heave
  • Norway reacts to Hurtigruten COVID-19 outbreak with cruise ship ban
    As investigations into the COVID-19 outbreak aboard its cruise ship Roald Amundsen continued, Hurtigruten today announced that it has temporarily suspended all sailings on MS Roald Amundsen, MS Fridtjof Nansen and MS
  • Lower Mississippi River deepening project officially kicks off
    Lousiana Gov. John Bel Edwards and Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development Secretary Shawn D. Wilson joined officials with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on July 31 to announce an agreement
  • Inmarsat, Shell and Thetius launch crew welfare Open Innovation Challenge
    Maritime satcom leader Inmarsat has joined forces with Shell Shipping and Maritime and maritime digital consultancy Thetius to launch an "Open Innovation Challenge" for start-ups and small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs).
  • NYC Sheriffs arrest party boat owners, captain
    The excursion boat Liberty Belle was intercepted by the New York City Sheriff's Office on Saturday evening and the owners and captain arrested on charges that included holding an illegal party, violating
  • Disgruntled armed guard took control of Eagle Bulk supramax
    Stamford, Conn., headquartered Eagle Bulk Shipping Inc. (NASDAQ: EGLE) said on Friday that it has successfully resolved a security incident on board its 52,483 dwt supramax M/V Jaeger involving an armed security
  • Ed Galloway to head up new Harvey Gulf subsea company
    New Orleans, La., headquartered Harvey Gulf International Marine has hired Ed Galloway, formerly of Subsea7/i-Tech7, to build and manage its new subsea venture company, Harvey Subsea Services. At SS7/i-Tech7, Galloway was Director
  • MAN Energy Solutions lowers job cut target
    The executive board and employee representatives of MAN Energy Solutions have agreed on a joint paper outlining the key points of the restructuring of the company announced July 22. The new plan

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Lloyd's Listweb site
AUGUST 3, 2020
  • Capital Product chief taking 'opportunistic approach'
    Partnership posts improved net income from continuing operations of $8.7m for the second quarter
  • CMA CGM Libra case heading for Supreme Court
    Owners mount challenge on basis that crew's decision over what to mark on charts was a navigational decision rather than...
  • Maersk Drilling CFO to leave
    Mr Olsen helped to advise on AP Moller-Maersk's acquisition of Hamburg Süd in 2017
  • China's cement imports resurge
    China's cement imports reached 4m tonnes in May, double that seen in January, due to an upsurge in infrastructure spending...
  • Pandemic fallout delays vessel deliveries and limits new orders
    The total number of ships delivered in 2020 is expected to increase compared with last year, but a high number...
  • UK sanctions guidelines said to be 'misleading and incorrect'
    AIS switch-offs and STS are entirely legitimate. Masters of vessels from countries antagonistic to NATO cannot be expected to report...
  • Eagle Bulk confirms armed incident over pay dispute
    The guard did not surrender his weapon to the ship's master and forced the vessel to deviate from its course
  • Ince operating at pre-pandemic levels across Asia
    Ince Group's Asian staff have returned to office-based working, the law firm said as it unveiled a big jump in...
  • Cosco boosted by record transpacific rates
    The recent waves of consolidation in the container shipping sector has led to a 'better than expected' capacity discipline, which...
  • Tankers facing wild ride as global depression looms
    Opec cartel navigating geopolitical and economic icebergs as oil market rebalances over 2020's second half
  • With all hopes pinned on China, the new normal looks very familiar
    The coronavirus pandemic has exposed shipping market weaknesses, yet resilience within each sector reveals an industry inching its way towards...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: UK shipping sanctions guide shows closer alignment to US | Are shipping's banks finally coming back? |...
  • Japanese bulker operator fined $1.5m in US pollution case
    A crewman-turned-whistleblower told the US Coast Guard about illegal discharges that had taken place on board the vessel
  • US ports call for federal funding to tackle 'unique' challenge
    Officials in the industry say it is critical that US ports have the resources necessary to address the unique and...
  • Jiangnan Shipyard clinches VLGC trio from AW Shipping
    AW Shipping is a joint venture between China's Wanhua Chemical Group and Abu Dhabi National Oil Co

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
AUGUST 3, 2020
  • Terminal technology helps Crowley adapt to need for speed/B>
  • Port checkers to join in second week of Montreal strikes
  • ONE reports $167 million profit; sees volumes recovering
  • Asia-US import surge, tight capacity to last into August
  • JOC Rankings: Top trans-Atlantic carriers, ports weather lower volumes

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TradeWindsweb site
AUGUST 3, 2020
  • Danaos beats Wall Street consensus amid lower finance costs
  • Hermitage gets break from lenders as talks continue
  • Sovcomflot and Rosatom to trial winter NSR transit in 2021
  • Scorpio Bulkers posts deficit amid Covid-19 downturn
  • Scorpio Bulkers moving into wind-turbine market in $290m deal
  • LNG bunker sales in Rotterdam hit fresh record despite coronavirus
  • Shell boosts LNG newbuildings to 14 as options declared
  • New Fortress unveils new LNG cargo ship transfer strategy
  • Evergreen aims to revamp its eco-credentials by joining recycling initiative
  • Japan Marine United shuts Ariake yard to stop Covid-19 spread
  • Dividend cuts help derail weekly US stocks performance
  • Bullish Lancashire increases marine market revenue
  • Smart LNG signs with Zvezda for 10 LNG carrier newbuildings
  • Italy's D'Amato rounds off $250m debt restructuring agreement for Perseveranza fleet
  • Court finds against scrap buyer Lakhani in $47.3m summary judgment
  • Global Energy Ventures teams up on Brazil's first CNG project
  • Shell Shipping and Inmarsat offer $13,000 prize for solutions to better crew welfare
  • Tony Goldsmith to test his mettle as new Hill Dickinson marine head
  • d'Amico facing up to crewing challenges amid fears of second wave
  • New niche cargo and passenger venture has the wind in its sails
  • Global Energy Ventures teams up on Brazil's first CNG project
  • Shell Shipping and Inmarsat offer $13,000 prize for solutions to better crew welfare
  • Tony Goldsmith to test his mettle as new Hill Dickinson marine head
  • d'Amico facing up to crewing challenges amid fears of second wave
  • New niche cargo and passenger venture has the wind in its sails
  • Seacon Shipping moves deeper into capesize sector with third purchase
  • MOL gears up to back dry bulk in latest fleet renewal
  • Cruise industry's attempted relaunch is stalled
  • Samsung Heavy Industries reports heavy loss as costs increase
  • Singapore government offers more help for hard-pressed shipyards

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American Shipperweb site
AUGUST 3, 2020
  • Expedited trans-Pacific LCL filling a growing niche
    With airfreight capacity squeezed and rates high between China and the U.S., ocean freight consolidators offer the option of fast, cheaper less-than-container load, trans-Pacific services.
  • Funding go-ahead for Mississippi River deepening seen as boon for exports
    Project will increase available ship capacity within two years.
  • Qantas shuts Melbourne airport facility as government tightens COVID lockdown
    The state of Victoria in Australia has declared a COVID-19 emergency and is shutting down nonessential businesses. Qantas Freight is pausing operations at its warehouse...
  • Career Tracks: XPO appoints diversity officer
    LaQuenta Jacobs promoted to provide cultural leadership and strategic direction.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
AUGUST 3, 2020
  • EMEA light ends: Key market indicators this week
    The European light ends complex has continued to weaken largely on a bearish demand outlook.
  • June fuel oil imports surge 20% on month on post-lockdown demand
    India's fuel oil imports in June registered a 20% increase from May at 590,000 mt as domestic demand returned following the nationwide lockdown, according to data from the country's Petroleum Planning and Analysis Cell published August 1.
  • Crude under pressure as OPEC+ cuts ease while refinery runs stay low
    Crude oil futures were trading lower at around midday in Europe August 3 on a slower than expected recovery in demand while at the same time OPEC+ production is increasing and the new global surge in coronavirus cases cast further doubt on the outlook for oil-product consumption.
  • Indonesia to mix coal-based DME, LPG as cooking fuel to lower LPG imports
    In an attempt to reduce Indonesia's dependence on imported LPG, the government seeks to mix coal-based dimethyl ether, or DME, and liquefied petroleum gas for use as cooking fuel, the Jakarta Post said recently, citing Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources officials.
  • Asia middle distillates - Key market indicators this week
    Demand concerns are expected to take center stage in the Asian middle distillates complex as a resurgence of coronavirus infections around the region is expected to suppress buying appetites, exerting downward pressure on sentiment. Persistent supply tightness, however, is likely to provide a floor for prices, industry sources said Aug. 3.
  • Asia residue fuel market - Key market indicators this week
    Strong sales in the Singapore low sulfur bunker fuel market seen in the week ended July 30 are likely to continue into first-half August, according to bunker suppliers, as margins inch higher on the back of tightening supply in August.
  • ICE LSGO futures net speculative length slips back from 6-month high
    Speculative net long positions in ICE low sulfur gasoil futures fell 7,091 contracts to 59,189 in the week to July 28, according to ICE data, down from the six-month high reached the previous week.
  • Europe middle distillates: Key market indicators this week
    ICE low sulfur gasoil futures fell on the week, with the front-month ICE LSGO futures contract at $365/mt on July 31, down from $374.75/mt a week earlier.
  • NWE distillate MOC physical cargo volumes hit 2020 low in July
    In the Platts Market on Close assessment process in July, 405,000 mt of distillates products traded across the jet fuel, gasoil and diesel cargo markets in Northwest Europe, down 318,000 mt from June and the lowest volume traded in the process since December when 207,000 mt traded.
  • Hurricane Isaias projected to strafe eastern side of Florida over the weekend
    In a late July 31 advisory, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's National Hurricane Center said heavy rains associated with Hurricane Isaias could begin to affect south and east central Florida late Friday night and the eastern Carolinas by early next week, potentially resulting in isolated flash flooding.
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