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Sched Netweb site
AUGUST 5, 2020
  • Employers: Montreal dockers behaviour threatens to non-strikers
  • CMA CGM ups Far East-India rate US$300/TEU - $500/FEU August 15
  • Shipbuilding orders fall on fear of new eco rules and global depression
  • Samsung Electronics to halt production at its computer factory in China
  • China's factories recover in July, says Purchasing Manager's Index
  • Ecommerce surge experienced by UPS attributed to Covid scare
  • Containership scrapping increases as July hits three-year high
  • Beijing speaks of 'protracted war' when speaking of decoupling
  • Japanese firm offers consultancy to Bangladeshi Matarbari port project
  • Gebruder Weiss spends US$7.9 million on Vienna ecommerce hub
  • Silk Way West inks new five-year ULD deal with ACL Airshop
  • EU Commission clears Alstom's takeover of Bombardier Transportation

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Exim Indiaweb site
AUGUST 4, 2020
  • Evergreen joins Ship Recycling Transparency Initiative
  • First Bangladesh-flagged vessel constructed under IRClass
  • Low Sulphur Surcharge not applicable: CMA CGM
  • Draft Defence Production & Export Promotion Policy 2020 put out for inputs/comments
  • Issuance of Preferential Certificate of Origin for India's exports to Thailand under ASEAN-India FTA
  • Global interoperability among maritime platforms the aim of recently inked MoU
  • Port of Rotterdam Authority in Hydrogen Council
  • PPT starts Covid Care Centre at Port Club for employees
  • Blue Dart Express results impacted by pandemic
  • IAG Cargo reports increased commercial revenues
  • Mumbai airport handles significant volume of cargo in Q1
  • SpiceJet posts a loss in Q4 but cargo operations do well
  • Crowd sourcing of suggestions for review of existing Customs duty exemption notifications/Customs Laws and procedures
  • IT Department hopes to complete all faceless e-assessments by mid-September
  • China's manufacturing activity up in July & export orders increase
  • Govt amends rules allowing NRIs to invest 100 pc in Air India
  • US economy to bounce back in third quarter: Treasury Secretary

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International Transport Journalweb site
AUGUST 5, 2020
  • Transporting art in Austria

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The Loadstarweb site
AUGUST 4, 2020
  • Asia-Europe misery for shippers: four-week delays, rate hikes and surcharges
  • Fears air freight rates may soar even higher as tech launches loom
  • Hong Kong forwarder spearheads fight against fake lithium battery certificates
  • Post-Brexit planning brings in threat of personal fines for 'not-ready' hauliers
  • SpiceJet gets slots at London Heathrow airport
  • Rumours fly: Amazon behind new international airline In Brisbane
  • IATA's first cargo head, Aleks Popovich, to retire after 16 years
  • Supply chain radar: Hapag-Lloyd - the first cut is the deepest
  • Against the odds: Taking a page out of Mainfreight's book

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Marine Logweb site
AUGUST 4, 2020
  • Massive explosions rock Port of Beirut
    Videos appearing on social media show a massive cloud of smoke billowing into the sky as two explosions rocked the Port of Beirut, Lebanon, today, causing massive damage and multiple injuries with
  • Pittsburgh Engineer District to invest $12.9 million at Montgomery Locks and Dam
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Pittsburgh District reports that it plans to spend $12.9 million to install two new dam lift gates and a new control system at the Montgomery Locks
  • Carnival Corporation commits to responsible ship recycling
    Days after video surfaced showing the Carnival Fantasy being beached at a scrapping facility in Turkey, Carnival Corporation & plc (NYSE/LSE: CCL;NYSE: CUK) released details of its ship recycling plans. It said
  • EPF 12 completes integrated trials
    Austal USA and the Navy's Expeditionary Fast Transport (EPF) program successfully completed integrated trials on the future USNS Newport (EPF 12), in the Gulf of Mexico. The ship is now ready to
  • Scorpio Bulkers inks LOI for giant Wind Turbine Installation Vessel
    Leading dry bulk owner Scorpio Bulkers Inc. (NYSE: SALT) has signed a letter of intent (LOI) with South Korea's Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Inc, covering the construction of a large Wind

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Lloyd's Listweb site
AUGUST 4, 2020
  • Massive explosions flatten port of Beirut
    UPDATE 5: According to Lloyd's List Intelligence, 13 vessels were in port at the time of the blast, the largest...
  • Dorian charts global dip in LPG volumes
    Average rates for US-listed owner's fleet rise 39% compared with the past year
  • Shipping's GHG emissions rising despite efficiency gains
    The report will go before the Marine Environment Protection Committee
  • Sanctions body defends UK shipping guidelines
    'Where there are concerns about the regulations of other jurisdictions then the individual or company should seek independent legal advice...
  • Global supply chain flaws exposed by pandemic, analysts report
    Boston Consulting Group analysts believe supply chain businesses, along with shipping lines, must be aware of seismic changes in trade...
  • From the News Desk: Decarbonisation requires joined-up thinking
    It is clear there is no single answer to shipping's decarbonisation dilemma and it is certain that different fuels will...
  • Chinese shipper accuses carriers of profiteering
    Lockek: 'Not only is the price high, many exporting companies also need to book the slots more than 20 days...
  • Outlook: Is shipping coping with the pandemic?
    The outlooks, forecasts and predictions for 2020 which were compiled at the end of last year now look like they...
  • UK coastguard invests in new radio network
    Move will offer improved tech services access for many remote towns and villages
  • WFW hires Marcus Dodds from Reed Smith
    Former master advises SIGTTO and sits on Lloyd's Register's classification committee
  • Scorpio Bulkers turns to offshore wind
    The company says the deal for a new installation vessel and an accompanying crane marks a major step as it...
  • Danaos sees optimism in container market
    Greece-based owner says it is 'cautiously optimistic' for the medium-term market outlook, with the orderbook currently in single digits as...
  • DHL maintains strategy in face of tighter supply chains
    Lower volumes in eastbound transpacific and Asia-Europe trades confirmed. Elsewhere, strong demand is being seen in intra-Asia and Asia-Oceania
  • Hatzigrigoris steps down from Maran Gas
    LNG company managing director departs Angelicoussis Group after 39 years as part of reorganisation
  • Seafarer crisis is a challenge for the whole marine sector
    First and foremost, shipowners and their insurers will very likely face claims from seafarers
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: UK sanctions guidelines said to be 'misleading and incorrect' | Pandemic fallout delays vessel deliveries and limits new...
  • Evergreen joins responsible ship scrapping platform
    The online platform believes that transparency is a key driver of change in the whole ship recycling process and has...
  • Shell signs charters for six LNG newbuilds
    Knutsen LNG, Korea Line Corp and ICBC Financial Leasing are to place shipbuilding orders for the tankers to be supplied...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
AUGUST 4, 2020
  • Digitization to transform US LTL trucking
  • Container lines diverting ships from strike-hit Montreal
  • Brokers tapping consumer tech to extend value for small shippers
  • UP expands California surcharge to all shippers
  • July jump in Chittagong exports linked to COVID-delayed orders
  • Dredging to boost vessel size limit for Port of New Orleans
  • Forager adds instant long-term contract rates to cross-border marketplace

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TradeWindsweb site
AUGUST 4, 2020
  • Dorian LPG ahead of the curve on emissions compliance
  • Richard Hext is next chairman of Hong Kong Maritime Museum
  • Academics push for high-risk area in Gulf of Mexico
  • FSL Trust cuts debt and keeps cash amid pandemic's 'rough sea'
  • Royal Caribbean dispels Empress of the Seas scrapping rumours
  • Baltic Dry Index moves up again as capesizes and panamaxes strengthen
  • Death toll rising after confiscated cargo explodes in Beirut port
  • FSL Trust cuts debt and keeps cash amid pandemic's 'rough sea'
  • Royal Caribbean dispels Empress of the Seas scrapping rumours
  • Baltic Dry Index moves up again as capesizes and panamaxes strengthen
  • Death toll rising after confiscated cargo explodes in Beirut port
  • Scorpio Bulkers shares dive 12% as owner explains bold move into wind
  • IMO study finds shipping's carbon emissions are increasing
  • Lloyd's of London gears up for opening next month
  • Deiulemar case rolls on after bondholders reject out-of-court settlement
  • Dorian LPG doubles quarterly profit, but Wall Street expected more
  • Norden pursues criminal action against port agency accused of inflating fees
  • Threat emerges over Pakistan recycling tax breaks
  • Adnoc says joint venture with Wanhua will focus on VLGCs and product tankers
  • Torm linked to LR2 fixtures amid renewed appetite from period charterers
  • Angeliki Frangou sees the sunshine as VLCCs bounce along the bottom
  • Tom Peter Blankestijn would be smiling today as Carnival scraps green
  • In a world full of risk, Ardmore Shipping erases one from the equation: Libor
  • Newly independent Blue Ocean fund sees Covid-19 boost
  • Avance Gas finally sells 17-year-old VLGC for 'very firm' price
  • Greece adopts ITF wage deals to boost sagging flag, maritime employment
  • Korea Shipbuilding's second-quarter operating profit beats consensus
  • Shrinking orderbook speeds up Japanese shipyards' urge to merge
  • Hurtigruten suspends cruise restart after virus outbreak among crew
  • Hapag-Lloyd's Japan trade volumes fell 40% in May and June
  • Temasek 'undecided' on $3bn offer for Keppel after clause breach

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American Shipperweb site
AUGUST 4, 2020
  • Death toll climbing after Port of Beirut explosion
    Lebanese officials blame confiscated highly explosive material for the blast, according to reports.
  • FMC finds NY/NJ port 'minimally impacted' operationally by COVID-19
    The U.S. Federal Maritime Commission found during its Fact Finding 29 investigation that the Port of New York and New Jersey showed supply chain resolve...
  • 'Land is plentiful' for APM Terminals Mobile seaport growth
    Two logistics parks are in operation nearby and more are to come in Alabama.
  • Swiss Air Lines cleared for more types of cabin cargo
    Shipping seafood, electronics or a spare part by air? It might get a window seat now on Swiss International Air Lines.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
AUGUST 4, 2020
  • US crude draws likely extend as exports, refinery utilization edge higher
    US crude inventory draws likely extended during the week ended July 31 amid steady exports and an expected uptick in refinery demand, an S&P Global Platts analysis showed August 3.
  • India's June gasoline exports drop 11% as refiners divert barrels to domestic market
    India's gasoline exports in June slid 11.11% from May to a two-month low of 985,000 mt as refiners channeled cargoes to the domestic market to meet a rise in demand, amid a backdrop of a heavily supplied Asian market.
  • Russia's Tuapse August VGO loadings down 25% on month to 90,000 mt
    Vacuum gasoil exports from the Russian Black Sea port of Tuapse will consist of three cargoes of 30,000 mt each in August, down from 120,000 mt in July, according to a copy of the program seen by S&P Global Platts.
  • USGC regular-premium finished gasoline spread narrows to tightest level in nearly six years
    Premium grades of gasoline and the blendstocks needed to make them dropped to their lowest levels compared with regular gasoline in multiple years on the US Gulf Coast July 31, as the typical end-of-summer lull piles on to the demand destruction caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
  • German 2020 primary energy demand seen 7%-12% lower, emissions 10%-17% lower
    Germany's primary energy consumption could fall 7% to 12% this year after a 8.8% drop in the first half of the year, research group AG Energiebilanzen (AGEB) said Aug. 4.
  • MARINE FUEL 0.5%S: Global marine fuel supplies still holding back price recovery
    Global marine fuel 0.5%S prices improved in July, though demand still was below normal levels. Market sentiment was overall more positive than in June, though fundamentals of oversupply and slow demand resulted in a short-term bearish outlook for much of the globe.
  • Oil climbs on upbeat US economic data
    Crude futures settled higher Aug. 3 on the back of bullish US economic data.
  • S Korea allows private companies to launch LNG bunkering business
    South Korea has eased regulations to allow local private companies to launch LNG bunkering businesses and compete with state-run Korea Gas Corp., boosting prospects for LNG as a marine fuel as stricter environmental rules in international shipping gain traction.
  • India's June gasoil output rises 8.5% on month on domestic demand recovery
    India's gasoil production climbed for the second straight month in June as local refiners hiked run rates in line with emerging domestic demand as the country gradually eases coronavirus-induced restrictions.
  • External: Global Risk Management
  • Container shipping alliance The Alliance blanks two transatlantic sailings in Sep
    For August, The Alliance has voided one transatlantic sailing on AL4 and one on AL1.
  • BRAZIL DATA: Diesel, bunker fuel buoys June refinery output
    Year-to-date through June, bunker fuel and fuel oil production was 58.1% higher year on year at 53.4 million barrels, the ANP said.

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