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Sched Netweb site
AUGUST 14, 2020
  • China phone shipments fall 35pc after 10pc fall in May, 16pc in June
  • Port of Virginia throughput declines 16.8pc in July to 221,028 TEU
  • Drewry's Healey sees Covid-19 downturn stretching to 5 years
  • Maritime cyber attacks soar 900pc in three years, says Naval Dome
  • China, US to review trade deal, air other grievances on August 15
  • Alliance makes raft of September changes, and cancellations
  • 24,000-TEU HMM Algeciras biggest afloat to dock at Southampton
  • CP launches first international container trains from Saint John, NB
  • WTO hopeful Amina Mohamed backs new rules in US-China trade war
  • Cathay Pacific Group posts US$1.2 billion loss as revenues fall 48.3pc
  • WFS wins 5-year Air France-KLM concession at Brussels Airport
  • Korean Air July cargo up 19.3pc, but Asiana drags all down to 1.6pc
  • Expeditors 2Q profit up 29pc to US$247.6 million, sales rise 27pc

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Exim Indiaweb site
AUGUST 13, 2020
  • CMA CGM improves Noura Express service
  • Just In Time Arrival Guide issued to support smarter, more efficient shipping
  • Samudera Shipping appoints Bani M. Mulia as CEO
  • Texas restrictions for signing-off Indian nationals
  • Commerce Ministry recommends imposition of CVD on certain steel products from Indonesia
  • DGFT notifies amendment to import policy conditions of 18 chemicals
  • Gadkari calls for doubling apparel/textile exports
  • Ten-point agenda outlined for boosting exports
  • Launch of e-Office in the office of Chief Commissioner of Customs, Nhava Sheva
  • Detention & demurrage support service launched
  • Pristine Group takes over operations of ICD Birgunj in Nepal
  • UK freight association calls for greater clarity & detail on new cross border trade systems
  • Goyal stresses on reciprocal trade with the world
  • Prime Minister launches platform for 'Transparent Taxation - Honouring the Honest'
  • aBorder trade with Bhutan through Jaigaon in West Bengal suspended

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International Transport Journalweb site
AUGUST 14, 2020
  • Kribi criteria fulfilled

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The Loadstarweb site
AUGUST 13, 2020
  • Charter market for larger boxships is 'virtually sold out'
  • Siberia's S7 Airlines expands cargo operation, bringing in its first freighters
  • New 'dashboard' can help shippers find transport capacity and rate changes
  • Foxconn plans for inevitable US-China market split
  • 'Challenge and change' ahead: Fred Smith's letter to FedEx shareholders
  • EU driver rules change on 20 August
  • Airlines could lose big if US Postal Service fails

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Marine Logweb site
AUGUST 13, 2020
  • Maersk Tankers adds hire from telecoms industry to leadership team
    Maersk Tankers has appointed Eva Birgitte Bisgaard as its Chief Commercial Officer (CCO), She comes to the company from Danish telecoms specialist TDC. Maersk Tankers says its moves to strengthen its services
  • First in new Navy tug series features Furuno electronics
    The first of the U.S. Navy's new YT-808 tugs, recently successfully launched by shipbuilder Dakota Creek Industries (DCI), Anacortes, Wash., is outfitted with a sophisticated package of Furuno Marine Electronics. YT-808 is
  • Viking delivers first of three ambulance boats for Greek Islands
    Esbjerg, Denmark, headquartered Viking Life-Saving Equipment has delivered its first Viking Norsafe Munin-S1200 ambulance boat to the Hellenic Coastguard. Stationed in Naxos, the largest of the Cyclades island group, the vessel is
  • Iranian forces board Greek-owned tanker
    U.S. Central Command yesterday tweeted a video showing Iranian forces seizing a tanker identified as the Wila. According to the Equasis data base, the ship is an 8,055 dwt Liberian registered products
  • Tanker operator Diamond S reports strong second quarter
    Greenwich, Conn.-headquartered Diamond S Shipping Inc. (NYSE: DSSI) has reported results for the second quarter of 2020 that included booking a net income of $45.7 million or $1.15 per basic share, compared
  • Shipbuilders Council announces safety award winners
    Each year, the Shipbuilders Council of America (SCA), the national association representing the U.S. shipyard industry, honors shipbuilding and repair organizations with the "Excellence in Safety" Award and "Improvement in Safety" Award

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Lloyd's Listweb site
AUGUST 13, 2020
  • Concordia says subdued tanker market will be 'back on track' next year
    The Swedish company is looking at undisclosed "opportunities" to grow, its chief executive says
  • Grounding case highlights need for passage planning shake-up
    Possible reforms include better pre-sailing checks, verification by company shore teams, greater use of new tech such as big data...
  • World boxship fleet update: Flattening the curve
    Containerships on order now account for the lowest proportion of the existing fleet for decades and the lower growth rate...
  • Tankers de-flagged for using Iranian sanctions-busting tactic
    Extent and prevalence of new tactic can blindside US government agencies that have placed Automatic Identification Systems vessel-tracking at the...
  • Zim rolls out misdeclaration screening software
    Zim says its software will screen cargo for potentially hazardous misdeclarations, in a bid to tackle a problem that is...
  • IEA lowers oil demand forecast citing coronavirus upsurge
    The ongoing uncertainty around demand caused by the health crisis and the possibility of higher output means that the oil...
  • Teekay sees limited impact on operations from pandemic
    The US-listed company continues to work with industry and governments to alleviate the crew-change crisis
  • Carriers quizzed by China over transpacific rate surge
    Shippers' accusation of profiteering by carriers would only make sense if China was still a 'planned economy', said one executive
  • Boxships lead scrubber installations
    Despite an increase in the number of scrubbers being installed on new ships, the vast majority of the world's vessels...
  • Hong Kong tests port workers after coronavirus cluster
    Hutchison-operated Hong Kong International Terminals said they were taking stringent precautionary measures to ensure the health and safety of the...
  • Greek manager confirms vessel boarded by Iranian forces
    The combined chemical and product tanker Wila was boarded by Iranian military personnel and held for several hours before being released...
  • Cargo carrier runs aground in central Philippines
    No damage or oil spill has been reported following the incident, which comes as the Philippines is in the middle...
  • Marine gas oil with off-spec flash point detected in Singapore
    Many suppliers are blending fuels to achieve the required sulphur levels post-IMO 2020, with operators filling their tanks with such...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Chinese port congestion accounts for 40% of crude floating storage | Governments have created a crew crisis...
  • Hyundai Heavy wins Shell-linked LNG carriers
    The latest deal will push the total number of LNG carriers bagged by KSOE this year to six, slowly boosting...
  • Panama vows 'full co-operation' over grounded vessel
    Almost all the fuel oil has been removed from onboard the Japanese bulker Wakashio, which is grounded on a reef...
  • US says Iranian forces boarded tanker in the Strait of Hormuz
    The alleged Iranian action follows a report that the government of Pakistan last week seized an Iranian oil tanker in...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
AUGUST 13, 2020
  • LTL carrier A. Duie Pyle restarts expansion
  • UP issues second major spot rate hike in California
  • Wind turbine shippers eye growth after COVID-19 pain
  • Texas trucking rates soaring on cross-border demand
  • Hong Kong competition watchdog seeks deal on terminal costs
  • Warehouse worker scarcity crimping US transloading capacity
  • Parked planes keep squeeze on air cargo capacity

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TradeWindsweb site
AUGUST 13, 2020
  • US releases video showing Wila boarding, rebukes Iran
  • Teekay LNG not looking at small scale or FSRUs for now
  • Teekay Tankers to stay the course on debt reduction
  • Golar LNG rejects notion of group breakup but singles out shipping
  • DNB, SEB seized $3.4m from Hermitage Offshore accounts on same day as Chapter 11 filing
  • Densay looks to China again for trio of newbuilds
  • M&A back in shipping? Not so fast, says top shipping investment banker
  • Teekay Corp FPSO heading to scrapyard after North Sea service
  • 2020 Bulkers restarts dividend payments after profitable quarter
  • Golar LNG poised to reorganise company into standalone businesses
  • Masters criticised after double grounding in UK storm
  • Teekay LNG Partners shifts back into profit with 'record' quarter
  • Three crew killed by gas leak on Philippines tanker
  • Impairments drag down MISC second quarter profit by 60%
  • Maltby says pandemic delays to increase costs for LPG carriers
  • Greek tanker boarded by Iranian forces re-emerges in UAE waters
  • Fundamentals remain strong as Teekay Tankers clears debt runway until 2023
  • HMM returns to profit on lower costs and surcharges
  • SK Shipping splashes out $360m on Sinokor VLCCs
  • Lack of salvage equipment and coronavirus testing led to critical delays
  • Shipping in dark over Indian curbs on deals with China
  • Temasek preserving Keppel cash for other Covid-19 casualties, says analyst

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American Shipperweb site
AUGUST 13, 2020
  • Supertanker double-whammy: Less volume, shorter hauls
    Asia crude drawdown slashes both the "tons" and the "miles" in the ton-mile equation.
  • South Carolina Ports sees signs of economic recovery
    The Port of Charleston reports its busiest July for vehicles handled.
  • Emirates gears up freighters for Beirut relief
    Emirates says it will deploy dozens of all-cargo planes to Lebanon with humanitarian aid in response to the port explosion in Beirut.
  • Russian airlines expand 737 freighter services
    ATRAN Airlines says increased online shopping has increased express air cargo traffic between Moscow and China's northern cities.
  • The Force is with the USPS
    The U.S. Postal Service doesn't move the mail by itself. It relies on many transportation and logistics contractors. Cargo Forceis expanding operations to assist with...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
AUGUST 13, 2020
  • India's container space tightness seen easing in Sep as imports recover after lockdown
    September's available container capacity is expected to rise 7% on year, snapping six straight months of lower-than-usual capacities, eeSea said.
  • SINGAPORE DATA: July bunker fuel sales rise 8.58% on month to 4.16 million mt
    "We saw more inquiries in the last two weeks of July as buyers were afraid that crude oil prices would continue to increase," a trader said.
  • Eastward exports of low and very low sulfur fuel oil plummet in July
    In July, no LSFO/VLSFO traveled to Malaysia from Europe, after 1.72 million barrels, or 29% of exports, made the voyage in June.
  • External: Global Risk Management
  • INTERVIEW: VLSFO's shorter shelf life causing storage concerns: Veritas Petroleum
    "On average, the shelf life is around three months for 0.5%S very low sulfur fuel oils," Bee said.
  • TANKERS: Asia Aframax tankers market weakens as long-haul voyages dwindle
    The stubborn build-up of tonnage has kept sentiment weak for Aframaxes, sources said.
  • Japanese companies start R&D to use ammonia as bunker fuel
    R&D to focus on commercialization of an ammonia-fueled ammonia gas carrier, an ammonia floating storage and a regasification barge.

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