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22 September 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 04:57 GMT+2




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Exim Indiaweb site
JULY 22, 2021
  • Baltic index up
  • High freight rates with strong demand seen continuing
  • MOL inks deal for long-term transport using new LNG-fuelled bulker
  • No signs of commodity price-out in Transpacific
  • Govt not to impose anti-dumping duty on a type of fibre board from Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia
  • Just-in-time port call interface standards with API definitions released
  • Rotterdam port throughput up in H1
  • SLPA taking steps to expedite work at the new ECT in Colombo Port
  • Govt pushing to develop multimodal logistics parks countrywide
  • National Highways construction saw sharp rise during Covid restriction period: Gadkari
  • CBDT grants further relaxation in electronic filing of Income Tax Forms 15CA/15CB
  • Macroeconomic fundamentals seen strong, recovery in progress
  • Govt removes pulses stock limit for importers, relaxes for others
  • Key current trends in supply chain management

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The Loadstarweb site
JULY 22, 2021
  • Wan Hai reconsidering Asia-Europe trades as smaller box ships prove their worth
  • Teamsters hit out, claiming 80s deregulation drives recruits from haulier jobs
  • New UK 3PL GRL unveils big ambitions in Europe - and beyond
  • Amazon fulfilment tie-up for BigCommerce merchants puts heat on integrators
  • Sea Lead charters nine box ships to meet growing demand for feeder services
  • 'Crunch time in the US' - shippers advised to 'brace for extended peak season'
  • Port of LA volume celebrations tainted by export decline as lines 'opt for empties'
  • Poor weather in China forces 4,500 flight cancellations
  • XPO SVP Karlis Kirsis to lead legal team at spin-off GXO Logistics
  • Xpediator appoints Graham Henry as European groupage director of Delamode Anglia

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Marine Logweb site
JULY 22, 2021
  • Stena RoRo orders two more E-Flexers
    The day after announcing that it was ordering a further E-Flexer RoPax for charter to Canada's Marine Atlantic, Stena RoRo today reports that it has ordered another pair from Chinese shipyard CMI
  • Conrad cuts steel for first U.S.-built Multi-Cats
    Conrad Shipyard has hosted a steel cutting ceremony for Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Company (GLDD). The ceremony, held at Conrad's shipyard in Morgan City, La., signifies the start of construction of
  • Bouchard creditors object to designation of stalking horse bidder
    In one of the the latest developments in the Bouchard Transportation bankruptcy, the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors yesterday filed suit in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 22, 2021
  • Insurers among staunchest opponents of closing Lloyd's salvage branch
    'Universal rejection' of move to ditch LOF included dire warnings from across the marine insurance spectrum
  • Can the iron ore trade prop up capesizes?
    Optimism abounds as higher iron ore exports are expected to coincide with greater demand for coal transportation, which has the...
  • Seafarer training for the future begins with attitudes and competencies
    Prof Michael Ekow Manuel believes the Global Maritime Professional model, while a concept, embraces the life skills needed to give...
  • Braemar names Simmonds as chief operating officer
    Gooch to chair remuneration committee as Breuer steps down
  • Newcastle's 'fanciful' box port hopes rejected by court
    An Australian judge has dismissed port of Newcastle's hopes to build a container terminal to rival Sydney, dismissing a case...
  • Indian ports offer discount for LNG-fuelled ships
    The ports will offer a 50% discount on port dues, pilotage and berth hire charges for vessels using dual-fuel engines...
  • Gas carrier prospects brighter but overcapacity seen from 2022
    Almost 200m tonnes of LNG was imported over 2,817 voyages in the first six months of 2021, Lloyd's List Intelligence...
  • Chinese ports brace for typhoon
    Pick-up and delivery of containers remain largely unaffected in Shanghai and Ningbo, but the ports might be forced to suspend...
  • Himalaya Shipping lists in Oslo after fundraising
    Company says the equity issue was 'significantly' oversubscribed and was directed towards a few industrial and financial investors
  • Panamax values surge as carriers seek any tonnage that floats
    The former workhorse of the container sector has fallen from grace in recent years. But the frantic container shipping sector...
  • Daily Briefing
    Lloyd's to continue supporting LOF salvage contract | Japan plans to significantly reduce LNG and coal use by 2030 |...
  • FMC 'asleep at the wheel' over foreign flag ocean carriers
    The House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure has pressed the Federal Maritime Commission on the progress made since President Joe...
  • Singapore completes first live digital bunker delivery
    The pilot transaction, which was a part of the broader effort to digitalise financing services for Singapore's maritime sector, was...
  • CSSC Shipping issues $500m green bonds
    The bond issue comes against the backdrop of Beijing's pledge to decarbonise the country's economy and the pressing need at...

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 22, 2021
  • Norfolk Southern boosts Chicago terminal capacity
  • Uber Freight to buy Transplace for $2.25 billion
  • Intermodal congestion to persist through 2021: CSX, UP
  • Record first half has Rotterdam predicting robust 2021
  • Forwarders warn of growing trans-Pacific pricing chaos

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TradeWindsweb site
JULY 22, 2021
  • 'Whole of government' approach means an expansive look at shipping
  • Capesize bulkers may see $40,000 per day amid 'healthy' iron ore and coal volumes
  • Fidelity's Genco 'seal of approval' comes with caveat
  • Fidelity's big Genco buy is part of wider push into dry bulk
  • Cleaves upgrades LNG sector in busy charter market as shares 'skyrocket'
  • Pantheon poised to sell aframax as it pushes tanker-fleet renewal
  • Newbuild tanker investments viable despite peak oil, say analysts
  • RMK Maritime expands into Greece with Super-Eco finance man Petros Kefalonitis
  • Braemar shares management burden by promoting broker Tris Simmonds
  • Wakashio's master still languishes in custody, one year after disaster
  • Ex-Nobu Su lieutenant coaches Chailease in shipowning move
  • Yangzijiang poised to scoop LNG-fuelled containership deal worth more than $1bn
  • Stena RoRo adds more E-Flexer hybrid ropaxes to Jinling Weihai order tally
  • Rising steel plate prices drag world's biggest shipbuilder to a second quarter loss
  • Sembcorp Marine defends rights issue in 'unprecedented times'

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American Shipperweb site
JULY 22, 2021
  • United Airlines ditches cargo-only flights as passengers return
    Ghost freighters - passenger planes flying without passengers - were a big part of United Airline's pivot to cargo during the pandemic. Now they are...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 22, 2021
  • Iran inaugurates new oil exports terminal outside Strait of Hormuz
    **Goureh-Jask pipeline bypasses Strait of Hormuz for oil exports **Secures Iran's shipments amid rising tensions in Persian Gulf
  • Prompt ICE LSGO contango hits 4-month high on stronger demand
    Traders continue to describe the market for ultra low sulfur diesel, the physical product deliverable under the ICE LSGO contract, as balanced.
  • OIL FUTURES: Crude continues recovery, shrugging off US stockbuild
    Crude inventories in the US rose unexpectedly by some 2.1 million barrels in the week to July 16, marking the first inventory build in eight weeks, data released by the US Energy Information Administration July 21 showed.
  • CHINA DATA: June output of key oil products up 2.5% on month to 41.9 mil mt
    **China's oil output rises on firm demand **Jet output surges 30% on year
  • REFINERY NEWS: Moscow refinery starts output of VLSFO bunker fuel
    Refinery: Moscow, Russia Owner: Gazprom Neft Capacity: 11 million mt/year (around 220,000 b/d)
  • DUTCH DATA: H1 oil products throughput at Rotterdam rises amid higher Russian fuel oil imports
    **Russian HSFO exports to US 12% lower on year: Kpler **More petrochemicals demand on naphtha imports **Dry bulk rises on higher German steel production
  • Singapore-arrival arbitrage LSFO volumes in Aug to dip from July levels: traders
    "There are fewer cargoes this time from Europe and North America; in America bunker demand has increased while in Europe, the arbitrage window to the East is closed," a trader based in Singapore said.
  • Singapore June bunker fuel sales gain on soaring HSFO demand
    **June HSFO sales rise 31.9% on month **Favorable Hi-5 spread supports scrubber adoption **Singapore LSFO market faces stiff competition from Zhoushan
  • Zhoushan halts bunker operations on Typhoon In-Fa: sources
    **Barge supply to tighten **Availability in August to normalize






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