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01 October 2022 - Year XXVI
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July 18, 2022
Exim Indiaweb site
JULY 16, 2022
  • Amitabh Kumar, Director General of Shipping, to be the Chief Guest at Hazchem & Liquid Bulk 2022
  • APSEZ expands footprint into European port sector after winning bid for Israel's Haifa
  • FFFAI's training arm IIFF hosts WISTA to demonstrate freight forwarding stimulation board game event 'Business on the Move'
  • Container Corporation of India (CONCOR) Q1 2022-23 comparative volumes (provisional)
  • Baltic Exchange Market Report (15 July 2022)
  • Sri Lanka situation benefiting South Indian ports
  • Changing dangerous goods regulations
  • Simplified regulatory framework issued for e-commerce exports of jewellery through courier mode
  • India refuses to buckle; to continue berthing Russian ships at its ports
  • New Gati Shakti Vishwavidyalaya in Gujarat to provide the necessary research & skilled manpower for infrastructure

The Loadstarweb site
JULY 15, 2022
  • Spot rates underpinned by congestion while demand falls
  • CMA CGM admits to a stack collapse on APL Vanda
  • Market Insight: Heavy freight drones ready for take off
  • Improved schedule reliability set to take pressure off reefer market
  • Airfreight forwarders exploited opportunities to profit - but what next?
  • Adani Group wins $1.2bn bid for Haifa port
  • Integrators fail to bring back delivery guarantees
  • Telemetry and eBLs can offer a solution to misdeclared cargoes

Marine Logweb site
JULY 15, 2022
  • MAIB reports on fatal mooring deck incident
    The U.K. Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) has published its report on an August 30, 2021 incident in which the chief officer of a general cargo ship, managed by V.Ships Ship Management
  • BOEM takes regional approach to New York Bight environmental review
    The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) will conduct a regional environmental review of the six New York Bight offshore lease areas offshore New York and New Jersey. Leases for these six

Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 15, 2022
  • Russia's commercial departures creep up as war drags on
    Outbound sailings of bulk carriers and general cargo ships from Russia are approaching the levels seen before the situation in...
  • Colombo and Hambantota: A tale of two ports
    Many will remember the third world debt crisis of the 1980s and 1990s. We hope that what faces Sri Lanka...
  • Human rights must be upheld on land and at sea alike
    The historic cycle of international conflict is again knocking at our door across the world's shipping routes and within coastal...
  • Container spot freight rates continue downward trend
    Spot rates normally head upwards at the start of the peak season as demand increases. But high inflation is taking...
  • Green fuel progress depends on getting cargo owners to pay
    Shipping's transition to zero carbon is being hindered by a reluctance on the part of cargo owners and charterers to...
  • CSSC yards' finances hurt by pandemic and high costs
    Impact of resurgence in positive coronavirus cases cited as one of the reasons for losses
  • Antong Holdings forecasts strong half-year earnings
    Improved domestic shipping services are contributing to growth
  • Port digitalisation progressing, but challenges remain
    Integrating new technologies with existing systems can be a major hurdle
  • Wärtsilä ends engine manufacturing at Italian plant, putting 450 jobs at risk
    Wärtsilä plans to centralise four-stroke engine manufacturing in Finland, resulting in 450 redundancies at its Italian facility in Trieste
  • The Lloyd's List Podcast: Fire, fraud and murder on the high seas
    Shipping's darker episodes often read like true crime, but the case of the Brilliante Virtusoso raises important questions about the...
  • China Merchants takes $5.2m hit on vessel due to tainted bunker
    As a precautionary measure, the company now requires a test to show what chemicals are present in fuel before any...
  • EU looks to Atlantic Basin to replace banned Russian coal supplies
    With EU members banning the import of Russian coal and other solid fossil fuels from next month, a scramble is...
  • Daily Briefing
    Ship scrapping activity sees sharp drop | Ukraine grain corridor talks edge closer to shipping deal | Sri Lanka ports...

The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 15, 2022
  • West Coast labor talks drive trans-Pacific share gains at East, Gulf coast ports
  • Biden appoints Emergency Board to intervene in rail negotiations
  • Trucking PPIs indicate 'cooling' contract pricing
  • Shippers face higher rates linked to UP realignment in Northern California
  • Vancouver drayage drivers weigh job action over new clean truck rules
  • Indian shippers face more void calls as carriers manage schedule delays

TradeWindsweb site
JULY 15, 2022
  • Judge rejects bid to toss Macquarie win in Franco-Centerline fight
  • Charterer threatens arrest of captain, crew and ITF official in fight over tanker off India
  • Suezmax spot rates climb 81% in four days as owners turn bullish
  • London shipping lawyers bring football home
  • Editor's Selection: Mega-merger machinations, scrubber success and container shipping caution
  • StealthGas joint venture makes juicy asset play with sale of LPG ship
  • German shipowners order mini-bulkers from Damen Shipyard
  • Communist Party probe claims more China shipping names
  • GasLog-backed FSRU project looks for second LNG ship to cope with demand
  • Panama urged to rethink canal toll rises if shipping rates slump
  • First Russian oil arrives in Cuba since Ukraine invasion
  • Supply suicide? Analysts tip high levels of ordering across all ship sectors next year
  • Decarbonisation rules will require a 'shift in mindset', say insurance experts
  • Greek shipowner expands tanker fleet with single LR2 newbuilding
  • Salvage companies report 26% increase in revenue
  • Reach Subsea fixes Volstad multipurpose vessel for up to five years
  • Troim-backed 2020 Bulkers lowers dividend as June rates drop 16%
  • S&P pace quickens as Clarksons offshore rate index hits seven-year high
  • Olympic CSOV order 'months' in the planning as owner retains IPO ambition
  • Shipping snubs appeal to prevent Red Sea slick
  • Driving the transition: Yara strikes deal to buy first green ammonia from Oman
  • UK Club expects 'significant increase in premium income'
  • Wartsila laying off 450 workers at Italian engine plant
  • Filipino seafarer killed by crane on Japanese bulker
  • Cruise Covid cull tops 1.5m gt mark as another veteran hits the beach in Turkey
  • Rio Tinto ships more ore in second quarter, but China uncertainties remain

American Shipperweb site
JULY 15, 2022
  • Container shipping rates still falling: What will be the new normal?
    Container shipping spot rates continue to ease but are still many times higher than they were pre-pandemic.
  • YM Tutorial embarking on maiden voyage to Port of LA
    Yang Ming's newest 11,000-TEU container ship will call the Port of Los Angeles on its maiden voyage.
  • Viewpoint: Rail service from LA/Long Beach ports moving at speed of sloth
    The buildup of vessels anchored off East and West Coast ports translates to around $30 billion, according to MDS Transmodal.
  • TT Club publishes 'Book it right and pack it tight'
    Insurance and risk management firm TT Club says "Book it right and pack it tight" provides guidance for preparing unitized consignments of dangerous goods for...

The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 15, 2022
  • Manchin's inflation concerns create fresh threat to climate push in US Congress
  • Magellan extends open season for Texas refined products pipeline network expansion
  • Biden hints at higher oil supply from US, OPEC+ after meeting Saudi leaders
  • Crude ends week higher amid US economic optimism, global supply risks
    Crude oil futures settled higher July 15, as recession fears eased after a fresh round of US data painted a still-robust picture of the economy.
  • ARA fuel oil stocks drop 1.5% on week amid tight availability of VLSFO
    This is the fourth consecutive week stocks have declined.
  • SINGAPORE DATA: Bitumen exports rise 17% on week to 60,805 mt
    The main export destination was China at 16,551 mt, up 41.1% on the week, followed by Vietnam at 16,446 mt, up 60.3% during the same period, according to the data.
  • OIL FUTURES: Brent over $100/b mark again after week of sharp falls
    Despite the slight increase in prices, the sentiment continued to be weak in the crude markets after a week of sharp falls on both the Brent and WTI crude contracts.
  • BUNKERWORLD: Bearish macroeconomics set tone across bunker markets
    *Limited VLSFO availability at Singapore *Rising HSFO supply, slow demand at ARA *Tight supply of HSFO on USGC
  • European VGO loadings up 298% in the week to July 15
    Improved availability of both Russian and non-Russian VGO was noted by market participants in the week to July 15, as higher natural gas prices saw refiners look to sell their VGO to the market.
  • CHINA DATA: H1 crude runs slip 6% as lockdown erodes GDP growth, fuel demand
    In June, China's crude throughput rose to 54.94 million mt, a growth of 1.9% from May, when it had rebounded by 4.1% from the 35-month low of 51.81 million mt in April, NBS data showed. But on a year-on-year basis, June throughput represented a 9.7% fall.
  • South Korea's KDHC seeks 30,000 mt LSFO for August-September
    KDHC typically buys 30,000 mt/month of LSFO over November to February to meet winter demand. It starts building LSFO stocks in the third quarter, a fuel oil trader said.
  • ITALY DATA: June oil product demand gains 3% on year: UNEM
    Bunker fuel demand jumped 12% in the month of June compared to 305,000 mt in the same month last year.
  • REFINERY NEWS ROUNDUP: China's runs rise in June, fall in H1
    In June alone, China's crude throughput rose to 54.94 million mt, up 1.9% from May, when it had rebounded by 4.1% from the 35-month low of 51.81 million mt in April.
  • Global turbulence slows expansion of China's compliance, voluntary carbon markets
    So far, Beijing has delayed the announcement of several key policies in both the compliance and voluntary carbon markets, such as the enrollment of new industrial sectors into the national carbon market and the relaunch of the domestic China Certified Emission Reductions, or CCERs, mechanism.
  • SINGAPORE DATA: Residual fuel stocks fall 2.7% to 20.8 mil barrels in week to July 13
    The stocks have been relatively steady since the week ended May 25 and have been in the range of 20.194-21.422 million barrels, according to the data.

Inaugurato il nuovo impianto per il caffè verde di Pacorini Silocaf nell'area retroportuale di Vado Ligure
Vado Ligure
Con una capacità di stoccaggio di 27.000 tonnellate, è il più grande al mondo per questa tipologia di merce
Nel secondo trimestre il traffico dei container nei terminal portuali di Contship Italia è diminuito del -4,5%
Complessivamente i terminal della capogruppo Eurokai hanno movimentato tre milioni di teu (-4,0%)
Porto della Spezia, avviata la seconda fase della gara per il nuovo molo crociere a Calata Paita
La Spezia
L'offerta tecnica ed economica dovrà essere presentata entro il 7 novembre
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Giovedì a Roma sarà celebrato il venticinquennale della Federazione del Mare
Verranno presentati il VI Rapporto sull'economia del mare e il volume “Cinquant'anni di economia marittima in Italia: evoluzione e prospettive tra XX e XXI secolo”
Dal 23 al 27 giugno alla Spezia si terrà la settima edizione di Seafuture
La manifestazione internazionale è dedicata alla Blue Economy e alle innovazioni nel settore navale e marittimo
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China starts importing to Turkey via BTK
China started shipping dried fruits to Turkey via the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars (BTK) railway.
Thessaloniki port starts tender process for extension of Pier 6
(Athens Macedonian News Agency - AMNA)
A tender was issued for a first-stage.
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