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Exim Indiaweb site
DECEMBER 9, 2020
  • Hapag-Lloyd increases earnings forecast
  • Standards for Bill of Lading published as part of global eDocumentation initiative
  • Strong demand for container shipping space sees increase in cargo rollovers
  • India's exports to China up 16 pc in 11 months
  • RBI Circular on External Trade Facilitation - Export of Goods & Services
  • Seafood exporters impacted
  • MOL Group's Indian crew manning company holds 25th anniversary ceremony online
  • Further measures suggested to boost exports
  • Indian Register of Shipping wins 2 classification contracts in Bangladesh

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International Transport Journalweb site
DECEMBER 10, 2020
  • The values of a family enterprise
  • Easing access to the cargo business for leisure carriers
  • New Cologne-Bologna train
  • Etihad Cargo open to 500+ logistics providers
  • BCT to push combined transport
  • Manning MOL crews for 25 years
  • US shortline rail operator growing
  • KWE's new blue box
  • In carriers' seventh heaven
  • UK supermarket chain investing in greener fleet
  • Clément Blanc to lead DHL GF in South Africa
  • ODW for food logistics
  • A global logistics provider with interest in P2F market
  • Renault Trucks Switzerland fortified
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Ongoing online retail boom
  • Young Rembrandt transits Moscow SVO
  • Swedish carrier driving its IT strategy
  • ShipMoney hiring in Greece and the Philippines

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The Loadstarweb site
DECEMBER 9, 2020
  • China-Vietnam sourcing shift enters phase two, bringing more box congestion
  • WHO complains of 'outrageous' air freight rates - $105 per kg, anyone?
  • Integrators slow down Christmas with shipment volume caps
  • FMC investigates possible law-breaking by carriers as agricultural exports suffer
  • Neglected: ageing mid-sized box ship fleet in 'acute need of renewal'
  • Eddie Stobart Logistics raises cash to start M&A investment vehicle
  • Ships stuck at sea with New Zealand's Christmas presents
  • UK drops plans to break international law as Northern Ireland deal is reached
  • Market Insight: The DB stands for Defiantly Brazen Schenker
  • C-19 radar: Vaccine for rich rolls out (slowly)

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Marine Logweb site
DECEMBER 9, 2020
  • GAO reports on offshore wind Jones Act build issues
    The GAO (Government Accountability Office) has released a report with a title that, while long, pretty much sums up what's inside: "Offshore Wind Energy: Planned Projects May Lead to Construction of New
  • Xanthos Kyriacou named MD of new Italy-based ship management JV
    Columbia Shipmanagement (CSM) reports that Xanthos Kyriacou has become Managing Director of CSM Italy, a new joint venture with Genoa, Italy, based shipowning group Premuda. Kyriacou has extensive experience of the shipping
  • VIDEO: "Future Funnel" aims to be future-proof emissions solution
    A spinoff from the Lysaker, Norway, headquartered TECO Group has launched a ship exhaust stack based marine emissions reduction system called the TECO 2030 Future Funnel. The solution has been developed to
  • PODCAST: ClassNK's Makiko Tani discusses cybersecurity on board ships
    In this edition of Marine Log's Listen Up! podcast, we talk with Makiko Tani, who is deputy manager of ClassNK's cybersecurity team, about the society's recently unveiled digital grand design. ClassNK, expects

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Lloyd's Listweb site
DECEMBER 9, 2020
  • US retail experts see containerised imports rising into 2021
    With retail sales rebounding strongly due to continued consumer resilience, the National Retail Federation has forecast that holiday sales during November and...
  • MOL to build wind-powered coal carrier
    The 99,000 dwt vessel, which will be propelled by the so-called Wind Challenger system, is expected to start operation in...
  • Brexit will bring disruption deal or no deal, shipping warned
    UK shipping groups warned the end of the Brexit transition will lead to disruption at ports even if the UK...
  • Shipping will need priority access to alternative fuels
    Shipping, like aviation, will face more challenges than other modes of transport in decarbonising and should thus be among the...
  • Weekly briefing: Questions over boxship safety; Australian coal discharges in China
    A substantial loss of containers on board ONE Apus has again brought the issue of containership safety into focus. Meanwhile...
  • Baltic Exchange targets banks with new investor indices launch
    New 'health of earnings' index shows November averaged 1,394 points, the lowest since June
  • Scorpio Bulkers agrees to sell two more ultramaxes
    The offloading of two more vessels for about $34m will leave the company with an operated fleet of 32 bulkers...
  • Trafigura expects to become more active in tanker spot market
    Trafigura believes that tanker market fundamentals 'are not encouraging' over the next six to 12 months due to demand destruction...
  • Logistics industry calls for UK government help on port congestion
    UK logistics groups have called for government help keeping supplies moving as congestion born of imbalanced container trades continues to...
  • Shell linked to LNG-fuelled VLCC orders at DSME
    The energy giant, a strong advocate of using liquified natural gas as a marine fuel, is said to be discussing...
  • World boxship fleet update: Finding equilibrium
    Containership owners and operators are still going to the yards to replenish their fleets. But the latest newbuilding orders indicate...
  • Irish Sea deal could see most goods exempt from EU tariffs
    Britain's Michael Gove and European Commissioner Maros Sevcovic reach agreement in principle on trade with Ireland, but not yet done...
  • Digital advantages will grow as data standardisation comes closer
    Companies waiting for regulators to give the lead in digital transformation will be left behind, webinar speakers agreed. Rapid standardisation...
  • Australian coal discharges in China not seen as policy U-turn
    An analyst said the discharges were mainly related to vessel demurrage avoidance rather than any inclination by China to ease...
  • US sanctions shipping companies over North Korea links
    The US Office of Foreign Assets Control has blacklisted another six entities, including two registered in the UK, as well...
  • Top 10 classification societies 2020
    Familiar faces were among the top in class as the anticipated transition to remote surveying was accelerated in 2020 by...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Markets will drive environmental change ahead of regulators | Lloyd's List 2021 Shipping Outlook Forum: Poll results...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
DECEMBER 9, 2020
  • Import deluge fills LA-LB terminals to capacity
  • US container shipping system tilting against exporters
  • Technology providers take aim at commercial invoice challenge
  • JOC Uncharted: Shippers vs. carriers as market tension rises
  • Bounty from Q3 intermodal surge not shared equally

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TradeWindsweb site
DECEMBER 9, 2020
  • Three Chinese yards to share $900m MSC orders
  • Fredriksen-Trafigura bunker venture opens with a bang, eyeing growth
  • Flex LNG making use of its buyback plan as it dips back into market
  • Scorpio Bulkers continues to see price uptick in sale of ultramax
  • Decarbonising shipping 'critical' element to EU green transport strategy
  • Christen Sveaas' Kistefos refinances with second $114m bond sale
  • Fredriksen-Trafigura bunker venture opens with a bang, eyeing growth
  • Flex LNG making use of its buyback plan as it dips back into market
  • Scorpio Bulkers continues to see price uptick in sale of ultramax
  • Decarbonising shipping 'critical' element to EU green transport strategy
  • Christen Sveaas' Kistefos refinances with second $114m bond sale
  • Marmaras Navigation seen selling second supramax in one month
  • Danaos expected to reinstate dividend on charter coverage
  • MSC locks in Seaspan neo-panamax newbuildings on long-term deals
  • US commodities trader sued after leaving bulkers in the lurch
  • Germany's Harren and BBG merge management of their bulker fleets
  • Vroon boosts African presence with new PSV charters in Mozambique
  • UK carbon budget recommends incentives for alternative marine fuels due to massive costs
  • Brandy maker sends message in 4m bottles
  • Mediterranean ECA plans fall short, conservationists warn
  • Shell linked to upcoming LNG-fuelled VLCC order haul at DSME
  • Merry Quizmas: Baltic Exchange readies the questions in aid of seafarer charity
  • Swire Bulk's Campbell takes chair at Sustainable Shipping Initiative
  • Trafigura offsets capex bill by selling Scorpio and Frontline stakes
  • As piracy threat grows, it's time for Nigeria to stand and deliver
  • Hyundai Mipo and MAN aim for great LEAP forward for methanol tankers
  • Fugro wins key exploration deal for biggest Dutch offshore wind farm
  • Delays to Mozambique LNG newbuilds roll on as yards and owners wait
  • Celsius plans to extend its LNG carrier fleet, CEO says
  • George Logothetis wins first round of 'commercial fraud' dispute with investor
  • Singapore's 'cruise to nowhere' suffers Covid-19 outbreak
  • Golden Energy agrees suezmax deal with CSSC leasing arm

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American Shipperweb site
DECEMBER 9, 2020
  • FedEx, partner win $70M Canada COVID-19 vaccine logistics contract
    FedEx Canada and Innomar Strategies secure a Canadian government contract to distribute millions of COVID-19 vaccine doses.
  • Georgia Ports continuing record-setting ways
    The all-time best month tops the mark set in just October.
  • Q&A: Flexport on 2021, container crunch and liner pricing coup
    The trans-Pacific surge will persist through Q1 and January could see all-time-high container volumes, predicts Flexport's Nerijus Poskus.
  • Dry ice: The Russian An-124 freighter's COVID vaccine advantage
    The heavy-lift cargo plane is not the first aircraft that comes to mind for coronavirus vaccine delivery, but with the right planning, Volga-Dnepr says it...
  • Ag shippers feel pain from lack of ocean containers
    "This is one of the most difficult seasons we've been facing trying to move our cargo out of the United States," says a California almond...
  • Commentary: Choppy skies post-Brexit
    Beyond the EU, the U.K. will have to busy itself establishing bilateral air service agreements with other countries as well.
  • 1A Auto driving for faster deliveries with Jacksonville warehouse
    "We're able to reach virtually 100% of our customers in Florida overnight from Jacksonville, which was a real selling point for us," says aftermarket auto...
  • Monster-size cargo plane returns to fill air transport void
    Antonov Airlines is bringing back its mammoth An-225 freighter, the only one of its kind in the world, to help alleviate a shortage of aircraft...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
DECEMBER 9, 2020
  • US crude exports fall to 2-year low; flows to Asia set to rebound
    US weekly crude exports fell to a more than two-year low over the week ended Dec. 4, according to data released Dec. 9 from the US Energy Information Administration.
  • US crude stocks race higher as exports test multiyear lows, imports surge
    US crude oil stocks moved sharply higher in the week ended Dec. 4 as exports tested multiyear lows and imports surged to levels last seen in July, US Energy Information Administration data showed Dec. 9.
  • ARGENTINA DATA: October crude oil exports tumble 46% on year
    Argentina's crude oil exports tumbled 45.8% in October year on year, as a recovery in domestic oil demand encouraged producers to sell more locally, Energy Secretariat data showed Dec. 9.
  • OIL FUTURES: Oil complex lacks direction after US crude build deflates overnight rally
    Oil futures settled little changed Dec. 9 after a volatile session following a large US crude oil stock build.
  • RUSSIA DATA: Nov refining throughput down 8.7% on year at 22.249 mil mt
    Russian refineries processed 22.249 million mt (about 5.4 million b/d) of crude in November, down 8.7% year on year but up 4.5% from October, according to energy ministry data released Dec. 9.
  • Oil products traded on Russia's Spimex in 2020 rise despite COVID-19 impact
    Volumes of oil products that traded on Russia's St. Petersburg International Mercantile Exchange (Spimex) in 2020 has increased despite the impact of COVID-19, its President Alexey Rybnikov said Dec. 9.
  • Only one in five transport companies aligned with Paris climate deal: TPI
    Fewer than 20% of transport companies globally are aligned with the Paris Agreement on climate change, a group of asset owners and managers said in a report Dec. 9.
  • Brexit risks for commodity markets
    The UK's tense negotiation of Brexit trade terms with the EU is prompting nervousness across the commodity space, with fears of a disorderly departure threatening long-established trade in commodities such as oil, and disruption in areas such as power, although some sectors such as sugar refining and grains may enjoy greater access to global markets.
  • UK Port of Felixstowe to have high volumes into New Year as demand surge continues
    **Port working slightly below historic highs **Government stockpile of PPE expected to be cleared from port this week **Carriers seek faster turnaround time due to Asia equipment shortages
  • US DATA: EIA says total US ULSD stocks build for second straight week to five-week high
    **Total US implied demand falls to three-month low **Midwest ULSD stock, production levels below five-year average **Gulf Coast production increases to 15-week high
  • Libyan oil exports to jump to 1.24 mil b/d in Dec: sources
    **Libyan crude, condensate shipments jump 16% in Dec **Boost in Es Sider, Zawiya, Zueitina exports **Robust demand for Libyan light sweets
  • FEATURE: European oil traders ponder role in changing market
    **As European refinery closures gather pace, traders re-assess **Overall headcount may not reduce, but fewer in crude trading
  • New supplier TFG Marine ramps up to 540,000 mt/month sales of bunker fuel
    **TFG Marine plans to offer biofuels at ARA from Q1 2021 **Fuel oil accounts for around 10% of Trafigura oil, oil-product sales **Fuel oil cracks rise against gasoline
  • REFINERY NEWS: Belarus Mozyr ready to launch hydrogen unit
    Belarus's Mozyr refinery is ready to launch a hydrogen unit -- the first stage of commissioning the new H-Oil hydrocracker.
  • S Korea HSFO differential hits 4-month high on tight supply
    **Tightness expected to when GS Caltex resumes supply Dec. 20 **GS Caltex typically produces 120,000 mt of HSFO/month
  • Italy's Eni, Saipem eye joint CCUS projects in Italy in decarbonization drive
    **Sign MOU for Italian decarbonization initiatives **Saipem has designed more than 70 CO2 capture plants **Eni already active in developing CCS hub in N. Italy
  • Crude MOC: Cash Dubai continues upward trend on firm Asian demand
    **Strong interest from Indian refineries **Chinese interest reported in Iraqi tender
  • European groups join hydrogen project targeting $2/kg production
    **Aim to hit 25 GW of worldwide RES-based hydrogen production **$2/kg target feasible in four years: ACWA's Padmanathan **Project will test green ammonia for thermal generation
  • FUJAIRAH DATA: Oil products stocks jump 12%, biggest gain since February
    **Gains across the board for first time since August **Exports have slowed in recent months **Fuel oil demand slows as weather turns colder
  • France's next aircraft carrier to be nuclear-powered
    **Nuclear power one of several options before shipping industry **More nuclear vessels could cause ripples in bunker industry
  • UK Honda plant halts operations on port congestion
    **Container rates almost double November's level **Customs concerns, coronavirus, Christmas support demand
  • Raising UK's climate ambitions for 2035 would put net-zero within reach: committee
    **Climate Change Committee unveils sixth carbon budget **First ever detailed route map for a decarbonized economy **2020s must be decisive decade for climate action: committee
  • Singapore HSFO prompt time spreads drop to near two-month lows
    **180 CST time spread flips to contango **Power sector demand dwindles on lower temperature
  • Singapore Marine Fuel 0.5%S differential falls to near 2 1/2-month low on muted downstream demand
    **VLSFO at Singapore weakened in November **Other ports competitive
  • Singapore-bound VLCC carrying gasoil turns West, easing oversupply concerns
    **Move brings relief to Asian gasoil market **Asian gasoil complex rises as oversupply concerns fade
  • Asian fuel suppliers see near-term sales opportunity in Africa amid S African refinery outages
    **S Africa's refining capacity halves following Engen outage **S Korea, China aim to boost fuel sales to S Africa **Engen, Astron unlikely to restart in 2020

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