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Exim Indiaweb site
DECEMBER 28, 2020
  • Digital booking management service launched at APM Terminals' St. Petersburg terminals
  • Hapag-Lloyd orders six ultra large container vessels of 23,500+ TEU for around $ 1 bn
  • Nigel Stribley appointed to the Board of Container Owners Association
  • ONE in agreement for long-term charter of six new Ultra Large Container Ships
  • SCFI spot rates mostly up
  • Single Window for Inland Navigation at Antwerp port from next month
  • New report addresses illicit crimes in free trade zones
  • Seafood exports seen being impacted due to container shortage
  • Cessation of Force Majeure at Krishnapatnam Port
  • West Bengal invites EoI for development of greenfield port at Tajpur
  • Freight is a key priority, says Railways
  • Ministry of Road Transport & Highways extends validity of vehicular documents till March 31
  • PM to inaugurate section & Operation Control Centre of Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor today
  • Seaways Shipping & MOL Logistics ink MoU to provide end-to-end logistics solutions
  • India Inc. optimistic about 2021, finds survey
  • WCO's Framework of Standards on Cross-Border E-Commerce now online

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International Transport Journalweb site
DECEMBER 29, 2020
  • Movement kicks in

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Marine Logweb site
DECEMBER 28, 2020
  • Awilco Drilling terminates rig newbuilding contract
    Awilco Drilling PLC reports that a wholly owned subsidiary, AR2, has notified shipbuilder Keppel FELS Limited that it has exercised its contractual termination right under the newbuilding contract for the construction of
  • Sanmar books another Bogacay Class sale
    Turkey's Sanmar Shipyards reports that it has sold another of its popular multi-purpose Bogacay Class tugboats to repeat customer Eren Energy. The tug, the Bogacay XXXlll, is the third that Sanmar has
  • Volkswagen switches two car carriers to biofuels
    Underscoring the efforts being made by leading corporations to reduce their carbon footprints, Volkswagen Group Logistics is to use certified fuel from vegetable residues for certain new car shipments via marine routes.
  • Containership size record set to be broken again
    Ocean Network Express Pte. Ltd. (ONE) has signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) for the 15-year long-term charter of six new Ultra Large Container Ships (ULCS). Each with with a capacity greater
  • USCG extends merchant mariner credentials
    In a post on the Coast Guard Maritime Commons blog, Rear Admiral R. V. Timme, U.S. Coast Guard Assistant Commandant for Prevention Policy says that the Coast Guard continues to evaluate the
  • After delay, WRDA is signed into law
    A piece of legislation seen as of vital importance by the inland waterways industry, the Water Resources Development Act of 2020 (WRDA) was signed into law Sunday as part of an omnibus

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Lloyd's Listweb site
DECEMBER 28, 2020
  • MSC linked to Bocomm's supersized boxship orders
    Shipbuilding sources said the fresh tonnage was backed by long-term charters from MSC, which has been in talk with Bocomm...
  • Port of Los Angeles 'under strain' from burgeoning traffic
    Mr Seroka's remarks coincided with an announcement by AP Moller-Maersk that it is taking container congestion and intermodal equipment scarcity...
  • Offshore wind installation demand to quadruple in 10 years
    Heavy-lift offshore wind installation capacity will emerge as a bottleneck, says Rystad Energy. The consultancy predicts that an undersupply situation...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
DECEMBER 28, 2020
  • Outlook 2021: New US 'trusted trader' programs likely to be mandatory
  • World Shipping Council promises action on FMC concerns
  • Outlook 2021: Breakbulk eyes green energy recovery after 2020's 'double black swan'
  • "K" Line raises FY Q3 profit forecast on soaring container rates
  • Outlook 2021: Supply chains searching for a 'new normal' after volatile 2020

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TradeWindsweb site
DECEMBER 28, 2020
  • Navigator Gas gets new director as BW Group deal closes
  • Seacor Holdings shareholders cry foul over financial disclosures
  • Arista completes fleet clear-out with sale of last bulker
  • Zodiac sells 25-year-old ore carrier for demolition
  • Seacon adds kamsarmax newbuilding pair to growing fleet
  • Pan Ocean confirms LNG carrier order, likely for Portuguese contract
  • Signature Living calls in the auctioneers to sell unwanted cruise veteran
  • Royal Caribbean cruiseship sails over to Indian startup Cordelia Cruises
  • Abdulkareem Al Masabi: Now is the time to 'act strategically with a long-term vision'
  • Vincent Lai: 'We do need to take care of the fundamental'

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American Shipperweb site
DECEMBER 28, 2020
  • Maersk collaborating to 'alleviate supply chain pain points'
    Ocean carrier Maersk says it is "working closely with the Agriculture Transportation Coalition and local trucking associations to address their concerns of equipment availability and...
  • Hapag-Lloyd, ONE order ultra large container ships
    Hapag-Lloyd and ONE have ordered 12 ultra large container ships, all of which will be able to carry more than 23,500 TEUs.
  • FreightWaves Flashback: UPS picks MD-11, sets financial course
    2000: UPS Airlines has signed an agreement with Boeing Co. to take delivery of 13 MD-11 widebody freighters over the next four years.
  • Emirates delivers first COVID-19 vaccines to UAE
    The United Arab Emirates has its first doses of Pfizer coronavirus vaccine thanks to a free delivery from national airline Emirates.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
DECEMBER 28, 2020
  • OIL FUTURES: Crude retreats as pandemic concerns overshadow US stimulus bill
    Crude futures settled lower Dec. 28 as pandemic-fueled demand concerns overshadowed the positive news of the passing of a US stimulus package.
  • COMMODITIES 2021: Confidence slowly lifts in battered North Sea oil, gas industry
    The North Sea oil and gas industry enters 2021 picking up the pieces after a vertiginous price collapse, but with an optimism that it has more to give as new companies, projects and exploration help navigate the energy transition.
  • LNG Croatia set to receive its first commercial cargo for Jan. 1 start: cFlow
    LNG Croatia is set to receive its first commercial cargo for Jan. 1, the planned start date of the facility, data from S&P Global Platts trade-flow software cFlow showed Dec. 28.
  • Bunker prices in Argentina edge lower as stoppage by agricultural workers continues
    Prices for marine fuel 0.5%S in Argentina fell 1.9% from Dec. 21 to Dec. 24 amid a stoppage by oilseed workers and grain inspectors demanding higher salaries.
  • Asia residual fuel - Key market indicators this week
    Asia residual fuel markets are expected to be supported in the week started Dec. 27, if not trading firmer than prevailing levels, as the market goes into trading second half January 2021 loading cargoes, traders said.
  • CHINA DATA: Nov fuel oil exports rise 4.7% on month to 1.28 mil mt
    China's fuel oil exports climbed 4.7% month on month to 1.28 million mt in November, and were up 17.9% year on year, latest data from the General Administration of Customs showed.
  • SINGAPORE DATA: Residue stocks drop to one-year low in week to Dec 23
    Singapore's commercial onshore residue stocks dropped 10.7% week on week at 20.394 million barrels, or 3.21 million mt, in the week to Dec. 23 due to lower imports, Enterprise Singapore data showed Dec. 24.
  • BRAZIL DATA: Refinery output jumps 7.1% on year in November
    Brazil's refineries posted a sixth straight month of year-on-year production growth in November as Latin America's largest economy continued to rebound from the world's second-deadliest coronavirus outbreak, according to data the National Petroleum Agency released Dec. 28.
  • COMMODITIES 2021: Middle East renewables set to rebound after oil-linked delays
    The Middle East will be back on track for renewables growth in 2021, with hydrogen taking a growing role after a year of delays and cancellations as major oil-exporting nations focused on repairing state budgets due to low oil prices.
  • AMERICAS BUNKERS: Key market indicators Dec. 28-Jan. 1
    Retail marine fuel spot markets entered the week of Dec. 28-Jan. 1 following a week of bullish demand, but liquidity may slow down heading into the end of the year as demand remains weak.
  • FEATURE: US Gulf Coast-loading VLCC rates expected to pick up by Q3
    Freight rates for US Gulf Coast loading VLCCs and Suezmaxes are expected to remain low until the second or third quarter of 2021, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to hamper tanker demand.






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