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Sched Netweb site
AUGUST 13, 2020
  • China-US west coast rates rise despite projections to the contrary
  • Vizhinjam becomes needed for crew changes given travel bans
  • 1,768-TEU Liberian sails on after damaging lock in Keel Canal
  • Canada's Prince Rupert gets the green light to expand terminal
  • Cargo volumes fall in India's dozen state-owned major ports
  • Home Depot to opens three distribution centres near Atlanta
  • Cathay Pacific makes changes in cargo management department
  • Leading Malaysian GSA signs exclusive deal to handle IAG Cargo
  • Kerry Logistics named Most Honoured by Institutional Investor

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Exim Indiaweb site
AUGUST 12, 2020
  • 2020 Q3 demand resurgence likely on the Transpacific
  • CSP Abu Dhabi Terminal launches new direct services to Indian Subcontinent & Europe
  • London has over 80% share of global maritime arbitration market
  • Govt constitutes committee to determine ceiling rates under RoDTEP scheme
  • Andaman & Nicobar to be a hub of port-led development: PM
  • APSEZ reports steady increase in cargo throughput across ports from July
  • Disposal of un-claimed/un-cleared/seized/ confiscated goods
  • U-Freight adds second consolidation hub for China-Europe rail freight service
  • National Infrastructure Pipeline online dashboard launched
  • 'Although the economy is facing short-term impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, it will come out of it soon & regain its momentum'
  • Avashya Foundation plays stellar role in helping underprivileged students clear HSC exams with flying colours

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The Loadstarweb site
AUGUST 12, 2020
  • Covid vaccine: is air cargo ready for 'the biggest product launch in history?
  • New UPS surcharges seem to be closing van doors to large-volume shippers
  • HMM finally sails into the black after 21 quarters, but half-year is still red
  • Flexport offers shippers free transport carbon footprint calculator
  • Ship cited in Beirut blast hasn't sailed in seven years, NYT finds
  • Fashion industry says cancellations will endure in Q3, and beyond
  • Ports in liner shipping: understanding their position and connectivity
  • Supply chain radar: The ocean freight debacle? Amazon and Flexport gain share
  • Under the radar: Sneak peek at Yang Ming's numbers
  • Supply chain radar: Absent major M&A, CH Robinson pushes tech (again)

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Marine Logweb site
AUGUST 12, 2020
  • WFSA adds COVID-19 risk reduction to ferry competition requirements
    The Worldwide Ferry Safety Association (WFSA) is adding new requirements for its eighth Annual International Student Design Competition for a Safe Affordable Ferry that reflect the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. This
  • VIDEO: CITGO Lake Charles unit receives AWO safety award
    The American Waterways Operators' Tankering & Barge Operations Subcommittee has presented its inaugural safety award to AWO affiliate member CITGO Petroleum Corporation's Lake Charles, La. Marine Department and facility. The CITGO unit
  • Robert Socha joins Conrad Shipyard
    Morgan City, La., headquartered Conrad Shipyard, LLC reports that Robert A. Socha has joined the company as Vice President of Sales and Marketing. In this role, Socha will lead the company's sales
  • First of six LNG-fueled box ships completes trials
    The first in a series of six LNG-fueled neo-Panamax containerships has successfully completed sea and LNG gas trials in Korea. The ships are being built for Singapore-based Eastern Pacific Shipping at the
  • Japanese R&D project aims to speed development of ammonia fueling
    With growing interest in ammonia as a carbon-free future marine fuel, NYK Line, shipbuilder Japan Marine United Corporation, and ClassNK have signed a joint R&D agreement on the commercialization of an ammonia
  • Lauro-led OSV operator sells two AHTs, files for Chapter 11
    At 9.02 a.m. ET yesterday, Emanuele Lauro led Hermitage Offshore Services Ltd. (NYSE:PSV) reported that it had sold its only two anchor handling tug supply vessels, Then, at 10.56 p.m., the company

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Lloyd's Listweb site
AUGUST 12, 2020
  • Chinese port congestion accounts for 40% of crude floating storage
    The pace and scale with which floating storage around the world can be unwound over the second half of 2020...
  • 'Why are we still talking about gender equality in shipping?'
    'Gender equality is not a numbers game,' says senior lecturer who started her career in the maritime industry 30 years...
  • Scorpio's offshore unit files for bankruptcy amid oil slump
    Hermitage sought protection from creditors in the US Bankruptcy Court in New York to restructure its debts while it continues...
  • UN sends grains to disaster-hit Beirut
    WFP is carrying out a six-month food supply operation and plans to ship in 130,000 tonnes of wheat flour and...
  • Brexit casts cloud over UK port throughput
    British International Freight Association asks government to 'put some meat on the bones' of Brexit border operating model announcements, while...
  • DFDS' outlook improves as ferry trade reopens
    DFDS reported a slim profit and cautious optimism as passenger travel in Europe restarted and the fall in freight volumes...
  • Weekly briefing: Beirut container terminal reopens; fears for stricken capesize off Mauritius
    Minimal damage caused to the terminal in Beirut means that container traffic has resumed calls to the port, while Mauritius...
  • Changing lanes: Carriers' regional strategies
    While capacity has been withdrawn significantly on the major east-west trades, carriers have moved to up their offering on regional...
  • V.Group confirmed as manager for Xihe tankers
    The deal between Xihe and V.Group was announced just a day before a scheduled court hearing on an application by...
  • Shippers must adapt to new realities of container shipping
    Shippers and cargo owners face paying premium prices for 'normal' services as cargo rolling and delays become more common and...
  • What now after Temasek scraps Singapore's proposed yard merger?
    Temasek's decision not to proceed with a partial offer for Keppel Corp signals that it is not going all out to...
  • Maersk Tankers hires chief commercial officer
    The latest announcement highlights that the shipping industry is right to be bringing in people with the skills to digitalise...
  • Blankings push HHLA to steep first-half loss
    This disruption in global trade during the pandemic has led to an economic contraction that could continue to impact the...
  • CMA CGM and Hapag-Lloyd resume Beirut operations
    CMA CGM says processes and clearing formalities related to containerised csrgo are almost back to normal and should be fully operational within...
  • Samudera Shipping names new chief in management reshuffle
    New chief executive Bani Mulia is the chairman's son and has spent the last 20 years in various corporate roles
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Beirut container terminal resumes operation | Mauritius prepares for 'worst case scenario' over grounded bulker | Libya...
  • HMM benefits from record transpacific rates but warns of ongoing risks
    The combination of freight rate hikes and carriers' capacity reinstatement shows Chinese exporters now want to ship as many products...
  • Hong Kong port operators close in on approval for joint venture
    Alliance members' dominance in the Gateway market was seen as "unlikely to be subject to effective competitive constraint" and they...
  • Japanese firms combine to develop liquefied ammonia carrier
    The trio will also work together to develop a barge equipped with a floating storage and regasification facility exclusively for...
  • APM Terminals throughput increases at the port of Mobile
    Walmart in 2018 opened a $135m distribution centre in Mobile - a facility that represents around 50,000 teu of imports per...
  • Governments have created crew crisis but charterers can help solve it, says ICS
    After months of frustration, certain shipowners have begun to criticise the chartering community for contributing little to crew change efforts...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
AUGUST 12, 2020
  • JOC Uncharted: Surging volumes send retailers scrambling for truck capacity
  • Rail congestion lingers in LA, but small glimmer of hope
  • Bangladesh to allow foreign companies in port operations
  • August MPV index eyes narrow gain after COVID-19 low
  • HMM warns of uncertain second half after H1 rebound

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TradeWindsweb site
AUGUST 12, 2020
  • Pangaea Logistics sells bulker amid lower quarterly profit
  • NYSE takes first steps to yank Hermitage Offshore listing following Chapter 11 move
  • Iran reportedly detains Greek-linked tanker in Middle East Gulf
  • Silversea Cruises charters vessel to Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Judge allows family of Sanchi crew to seek answers on tanker tragedy
  • Australia LNG cargo makes rare trade east to South America
  • Japan's Nisshin Shipping is making a return to MR tanker segment with newbuildings
  • Consolidation: M&A buzz returns to shipping as uncertainty lifts
  • Braemar says European emission trading system to benefit LNG-fuelled vessels
  • Braemar ACM snaps up team from Lightship in Geneva boost
  • Singapore circuit breaker takes its toll on Kim Heng results
  • Maersk executive takes helm at Westwood Shipping
  • Philly Shipyard announces death of chief financial officer
  • Asmeri Herry set to drive growth in Samudera Indonesia's domestic shipping business
  • Shareholders back Sembcorp Marine recapitalisation and demerger

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American Shipperweb site
AUGUST 12, 2020
  • Trade outlook clouds Port of Oakland forecast
    "We're not doing any victory celebrations because the trade outlook remains unclear as long as the pandemic is with us."
  • Trans-Pacific 'going crazy' as demand defies pandemic pessimists
    Asia-U.S. ocean freight rates are hitting record highs as import demand outpaces vessel supply.
  • HMM makes steep climb toward profitability
    Operating profit "turnaround" of more than $300 million reported.
  • GECAS stocks up on 737-800 converted freighters
    GE Capital Aviation Services now has 74 orders for Boeing to convert versatile, narrow-body passenger planes for express and e-commerce services.
  • Magma Aviation adds 747-400 freighter to fleet
    Magma has a nose for cargo. It will operate a new 747 that can open its front end to load big shipments.
  • Cargo congestion plagues Sydney Airport in Australia
    Shippers are facing delays at Sydney Airport in Australia because cargo terminals are buried in cargo.
  • South Carolina Ports laying groundwork for larger ships
    State-of-the-art rubber-tired gantry cranes will have 169 feet of lift height.
  • International trade at Texas ports falls sharply
    Imports of auto parts, passenger cars and commercial trucks into Texas ports declined 23% through the first six months of the year.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
AUGUST 12, 2020
  • Hong Kong's marine fuel 0.5%S differential hits 2-month low as 14-day quarantine diverts demand
    "Demand has dropped by at least 40% in August," one supplier said.
  • Argentina may extend COVID-19 lockdown in latest setback for oil output
    YPF, the country's biggest oil producer and refiner, saw its refinery utilization rate plummet to a low of 47% in April.
  • Fujairah Data: Oil Products stocks dip for seventh consecutive week
    Stockpiles are now the lowest since April 20 and have declined 21% from the all-time high of 30.71 million barrels on June 1.
  • Brazil's Petrobras sets low-sulfur diesel sales record in July
    Petrobras sold 1.78 million cubic meters of low-sulfur diesel in July.
  • Efforts to contain oil spill in Mauritius from Wakashio carrier underway
    About 3,894 mt of low-sulfur fuel oil, 207 mt of diesel oil and 90 mt of lubricant oil were on board the MV Wakashio.
  • Singapore's MPA launches next-generation patrol crafts amid continued vigil
    MPA has also deployed two new patrol launches for flag and port state control inspections.






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