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25 September 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 00:05 GMT+2

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Exim Indiaweb site
AUGUST 24, 2020
  • CMA CGM overweight surcharge from North Europe to Indian Subcontinent
  • Ghana's Tema port achieves all-time productivity record as transhipment eased
  • LNG carrier jointly ordered by MOL & China COSCO Shipping for key project named
  • MSC's new Santana service
  • OOCL's revenue per TEU up in H1
  • Seaborne reefer traffic projected to grow faster than the wider dry cargo trade
  • Swire Shipping adds vessel to deploy on South-East Asia service
  • Revenue Department notifies Rules of Origin norms for products imported under FTA
  • Spices exports rise
  • India, Russia discuss cooperation in ship design, building, repair, logistics, MRO, inland waterways, ports sectors
  • Guidelines regarding implementation of section 28DA of the Customs Act, 1962 and CAROTAR, 2020 in respect of Rules of Origin under Trade Agreements (FTA/PTA/CECA/CEPA) and verification of Certificates of Origin
  • India's cotton output seen higher for 2019-20
  • ParcelABC expands its activities into Indian market
  • World Maritime theme for 2021 focuses on seafarers

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International Transport Journalweb site
AUGUST 25, 2020
  • Southern link to Ports of Switzerland now open
  • First TIR transport along KTAI corridor completed
  • More connections for Koper hub
  • Daniel Walsh to take the helm at Trac Intermodal
  • Serving communities in remote Pacific Islands
  • 6,000 precast rings for Thamesport
  • Hasler Transport widens its scope
  • Pall-Ex wins ERS award
  • Savannah hub to connect to US class I railways
  • VGP plans business park in Romania
  • EUR 300 million more liquidity for Swissport
  • Transpacific rates push MSC into action
  • Tosca has acquires Contraload
  • Is reefer cargo going to take the lead?
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Freight rail line duplication fast-tracked
  • iGPS appoints Rob Ferrentino as CFO
  • Champ partners with Google Cloud

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The Loadstarweb site
AUGUST 24, 2020
  • Congestion and hefty price increases hit intermodal west coast traffic
  • OOCL achieves a 'robust' H1, but recovery seems 'far from secure'
  • Maersk invests $2m in Australian digital road freight platform Ofload
  • Q&A with Metro's Grant Liddell: Logistics in the post-Brexit era
  • 3,000 new drivers as Tesco creates 16,000 jobs in online sales boom
  • UK ports create a new 'network' as they eye autonomous shipping
  • Container ports suffering more than their carrier customers
  • Supply chain radar: At XPO Logistics, enter the cost cutters

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Marine Logweb site
AUGUST 24, 2020
  • Expanding into steel, Austal USA buys additional land and dry dock
    Following an earlier announcement that its Mobile, Alabama facilities will be expanded to build steel ships, Austal Limited (ASX:ASB) reports the execution of a conditional agreement to purchase additional waterside land and
  • More on the Somali pirate hijacking that wasn't
    There's now further confirmation that an incident that at first indicated that the Panama-flagged chemical vessel Aegean II (IMO: 9016911) had been hijacked off the Horn of Africa was something different. EU
  • Pollution and salvage response follows deadly dredge fire and explosion
    Coast Guard crews and partner agencies continued pollution and salvage response Sunday, following a fire and explosion that rocked the Port of Corpus Christi, Texas, Friday after the dredging vessel Waymon L
  • Japan's e5 Lab to develop standard series of electric ships
    Tokyo-headquartered e5 Lab Inc. has started developing standard models for a series of electrically powered vessels called ROBOSHIP along with an integrated system called the ROBOSHIP BOX, that brings together telecommunications, the
  • Nick Brown named next LR Group CEO
    Nick Brown, currently Marine & Offshore Director at Lloyd's Register, is to succeed Alastair Marsh as Lloyd's Register Group Chief Executive Officer on January 1, 2021. Marsh will retire from the CEO
  • From oil to electrofuels: The Svanehøj fuel pump is a future-proof investment
    SPONSORED CONTENT: CO2 pollution from shipping is growing at an alarming rate, and the development must be reversed now. Svanehøj has developed a unique, patented fuel pump, which is fully compatible with
  • Eastern Shipbuilding cuts steel for Weeks Marine dredge
    Eastern Shipbuilding Group, Inc. reports that on August 19, 2020, it commenced steel cutting for R.B. Weeks, ESG Hull 258, a new trailing suction hopper dredge for Weeks Marine, Inc. following the

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Lloyd's Listweb site
AUGUST 24, 2020
  • Tanker boarding shows Somali threat persists
    The EU Naval Force said Aegean II was not hijacked, but it was investigating 'certain incidents on board the vessel'
  • British ports urged to explore autonomous shipping implications
    BPA is launching a call for evidence from the maritime industry to help ports prepare for the arrival of autonomous...
  • Box carriers face 'unreasonable conduct' complaint in US
    High chassis costs behind complaint to regulator claiming violations of Shipping Act
  • Lims exit Xihe Holdings management
    Xihe Holdings is linked to most of the vessel-owning vehicles behind a 136-strong tanker fleet
  • Shipping's fuel transition will not come without risk
    Future fuels, such as ammonia and hydrogen, may provide the energy shipping needs to traverse the seas without cooking the...
  • Reefer cargoes withstand pandemic pressures
    Containerised reefers will see 5% annualised growth through to 2024
  • Maersk funds cargo-trucker match platform
    The digital solution live-matches shippers and container truckers to reduce empty miles, idle time and shipment costs for small and...
  • Lloyd's Register names Nick Brown to succeed Marsh as chief
    The LR marine and offshore director will become the new group chief executive in 2021
  • Box lines set to shrug off negative impact of pandemic
    Container lines could collectively still see profits more than double from last year as demand is restored, even if rates...
  • Bodies found on board fire-hit Chinese tanker
    The tanker had been loaded with 3,000 tonnes of gasoline at the time of the collision, which resulted in a...
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: Learn the lessons before the next Wakashio comes | West P&I hints at third successive rate hike...
  • Tanker market faces an uncertain period
    MSI expects that in the third quarter of the year, average aframax one-year time charter earnings to be around $19,900...
  • Lower bunker costs help SITC to 11% rise in first-half profits
    Although profits and margins have been good in the first half of the year, many of the gains have come...
  • OOIL cautious about liner shipping prospects
    The level of blank sailings on the main east-west trades suggests cargo volume could remain flat year on year despite...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
AUGUST 24, 2020
  • MSC adds trans-Pacific capacity on strong US import demand
  • High-and-heavy hits the road to LNG Canada project
  • Capacity cuts in Q3 a precursor of flat volume: analyst
  • Higher profitability puts onus on container lines to build value
  • Demand growing for priority trans-Pacific services from Vietnam

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TradeWindsweb site
AUGUST 24, 2020
  • Maersk cooperating with Brazilian authorities after corruption charges filed
  • Orion given 'positive outlook' despite Corpus Christi dredger fire
  • Greek seaman dies in engine blast on Attica Group ferry
  • Dry bulk leads shipping shares lower as curtain falls on earnings period
  • Norden's 'come a long way' in transition to asset trader
  • Kamsarmax apparently sold from Pacific Carriers fleet
  • Demolition prices on the rise? One sale suggests that might be the case
  • Product tankers shaking off pandemic shackles to start recovery early
  • 'End of an era' as last Somalian hostages released by pirates
  • World's largest LNG bunker vessel arrives off new home port
  • Greeks step up capesize purchases with rare Alberta buy
  • Ocean Yield cuts costs with $33m bond buyback
  • Armed guard strikes again in 'peaceful' wage protest on floating armoury
  • Newport grows fleet with kamsarmax buy from Italy's d'Amico
  • Lloyd's Register to appoint marine head Nick Brown as chief executive
  • SBM to sell $40m construction ship after buying out Ocean Yield
  • Swedish Club reports small loss amid recovery from investment slump
  • Ekarma goes back under the hammer after buyer defaults
  • AEL to liquidate bulker company after years of poor markets
  • LNG shipowners change assumptions about ship lifespans as global fleet grows
  • Mizuho Sangyo denies crew involvement in capesize drug smuggling
  • APT Suez emerges as buyer of auctioned Advantage Sky
  • China Navigation finds sustainable way to ship Pacific plastic to recyclers
  • LNG bunker vessels quietly multiply as demand inches up
  • CH Offshore to cough up broker arbitration cash
  • Austal to invest in $100m US shipyard expansion plan

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American Shipperweb site
AUGUST 24, 2020
  • Lawmakers grill DeJoy on alleged conflicts of interest with Amazon, XPO
    On-time scheduling called out for allegedly resulting in trailer trucks dispatched empty.
  • Four bodies recovered following Corpus Christi channel fire
    Incident management team is assisting in vessel recovery and pollution removal while keeping an eye on approaching tropical storms.
  • DHL aims to advance women in its ranks
    DHL Supply Chain North America will provide three months of fully paid maternity leave starting Jan. 1 as part of a push to recruit, retain...
  • Career Tracks: NEXT Trucking hires finance, operations leaders
    NEXT Trucking, Fuel Ox, Bendix and Southeastern Freight make strategic employee moves.
  • Qantas consolidates units in response to depressed international market
    International travel is Qantas Airways' bread-and-butter business, but it has been mostly wiped out by the coronavirus crisis. Now that underutilized side of the company...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
AUGUST 24, 2020
  • Sinopec supplies a record 7,380 mt of LSFO to a single ship in Zhoushan
    Bunkering for the vessel was completed within 20 hours while it unloaded more than 400,000 mt of goods over two days, suggesting high efficiency.
  • US Gulf Coast LNG terminals make preparations for approaching tropical storms
    US LNG production remained steady Aug. 24 as two tropical storms approached the Gulf Coast, threatening a wide swath of Louisiana and Texas with heavy rain and wind.
  • Rotterdam Hi-5 bunker spread hits all-time low
    The premium of very low sulfur fuel oil over its high sulfur equivalent at Rotterdam port fell to a record low on Aug. 21, as the latter stays resilient to bearish fundamentals in the global oil complex.
  • US Gulf of Mexico producers shut in more production ahead of storms Marco, Laura
    US Gulf of Mexico producers continued to shut in production and evacuate crews Aug. 23 in preparation for Hurricane Marco and Tropical Storm Laura, which were both expected to hit the Texas and Louisiana coasts this week.
  • Chinese refineries boost August gasoil exports to offset stock pressure
    China is set to raise gasoil exports to 1.5 million-1.75 million mt in August from a multiyear low in July as state-run refiners step up efforts to clear excess oil product supplies and ease competitive pressure in the domestic market, analysts and trade sources said.
  • RUSSIA DATA: July fuel oil exports fall 3.5% on year to 2.444 mil mt
    Russian fuel oil exports fell 3.5% on the year to 2.444 million mt in July, according to data released Aug. 24 by the Central Dispatching Unit of the Russian Energy Ministry.
  • European HSFO back at pre-crude crash levels, VLSFO down 16%
    European high sulfur fuel oil has recovered more rapidly than its sweeter cousin, 0.5%S marine fuel, from the global crude oil price crash earlier this year.
  • IN THE LOOP: Storms impact prompt crude pricing, export flows at risk
    Refinery and port closures, along with production shut-ins ahead of two storms threatening the US Gulf Coast are poised to impact crude oil prices this week.
  • US Gulf of Mexico operators shut in more oil, gas as twin storms race toward coast
    US Gulf of Mexico upstream operators have shut more production, the US' Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement said Aug. 24, as twin storms expected to make landfall virtually back to back raced toward the Gulf Coast.

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