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01 October 2022 - Year XXVI
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12:32 GMT+2
July 26, 2022
Exim Indiaweb site
  • PSA Mumbai attains the 4 million TEU throughput mark since commencing operations in Feb. 2018
  • FFFAI-nominated Avishkar Srivastava wins the FIATA YLP Award-2022 for Asia-Pacific Region
  • Baltic Exchange Market Report (22 July 2022)
  • Maersk creates a fast & reliable India-Bangladesh cross-border logistics solution using inland waterways
  • Ministry asks Major Ports to exempt RoPax/passenger ferries from paying port & vessel-related charges for the next 6 months
  • Govt committed to reducing emissions from shipping: Sonowal
  • ITC accumulated in pre-GST period can be claimed, says SC
  • Yang Ming adds to fleet to further strengthen mid- to long-term operational efficiency
  • CONCOR & Hapag-Lloyd flag off dedicated train carrying TVS Motor cargo from Bengaluru to JN Port
  • Maintenance dry docking of floating crane at HDC

International Transport Journalweb site
  • Inspection jam

The Loadstarweb site
JULY 25, 2022
  • SMEs join sourcing shift away from China as Covid policy dents confidence
  • Rising costs and late crops take big bite out of fruit air exports
  • Supply chain radar: The final days of the final mile
  • Forwarders and shippers want EC to urgently review liner block exemption
  • OceanX radar: Ker-ching! for Yildirim; Saadé vs France; party time at Matson
  • Gloomy outlook for container freight market as rates continue to fall
  • Indian exporters face more blank sailings on Europe services
  • Covid outbreak discovered on ONE ship in Busan
  • On the wires: Peaking with Kuehne + Nagel

Marine Logweb site
JULY 25, 2022
  • Tanker banned from Australia for multiple MLC breaches
    The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has banned the Liberian-flagged oil tanker AG Neptune from Australian ports for six months for breaches of the Maritime Labor Convention (MLC). According to the Equasis
  • Austal USA gets $156 million award to build two more T-ATS
    Austal Limited (ASX:ASB) reports that its Austal USA subsidiary has been awarded a $156,171,650 fixed-price incentive contract option from the United States Navy for the construction of two Navajo-class Towing, Salvage, and
  • CC-Ocean carbon capture project receives Marine Engineering of the Year Award
    The world's first of its kind ship-based carbon capture system to be successfully trialed on an actual voyage has received the Marine Engineering of the Year 2021 (Doko Memorial) Award from the
  • American adds California to its small-ship cruise itineraries
    Guilford, Conn., headquartered American Cruise Lines is again adding to its offerings. Beginning in 2023, the company, the largest small-ship cruise line in the U.S., will offer a brand new 8-day San
  • Huisman develops traveling quayside crane for offshore wind load-outs
    Schiedam, Netherlands, headquartered Huisman Equipment BV has developed a 700 tonne traveling quayside crane for the load-out of offshore wind turbine components. It says that the move comes following rising demand for
  • American Ship Repair partners with C-LNG solutions
    Singapore-headquartered C-LNG solutions has selected Brooklyn, N.Y., based American Ship Repair (ASR) to serve as its official representative in the United States. This new alliance continues ASR's longstanding tradition of partnering with

Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 25, 2022
  • Too early to price resumed Ukrainian port calls, marine insurers warn
    'No owner is going to go in before there is a plan for mine clearance. At this stage, this is...
  • Capital Product raises €100m in second Greek bond issue
    Shipping companies have completed four successful Greek bond offerings since last year
  • Kuehne+Nagel pushes through congestion to record earnings
    Outlook for capacity remains tight and demand remains strong. But yields are high as customers look for solutions to supply...
  • Scrubber-fitted vessels give 'outsized earnings' for listed shipowners
    New York investment bank Jefferies initiates coverage of maritime shipping with positive assessment for 'newer and versatile' ships
  • The week in charts: Crew abandonment rises | ESG rankings revealed | Shipyards face cancellation risks
    European buyers stock up on coal, Genco Shipping & Trading tops ESG scorecard and arrivals to Black Sea grow amid...
  • The week in newbuildings: Tanker orders revive
    New orders for four bulk carriers, seven boxships, nine tankers and six vehicle carriers recorded in the past week with...
  • Dry bulk market still seen as strong despite headwinds
    Despite a threatening macro-economic slowdown affecting demand, Berge Bulk chief executive is positive on the dry bulk market outlook based...
  • Successful delivery key for shipyards amid rising performance risks, says Cansi
    Yards have been struggling to make money. How to turn the recent order boom into real profits is the biggest...
  • Groups launch call for early review of consortia exemption rules
    The Consortia Block Exemption Regulation was extended by four years in 2020. Shipper groups now want to bring forward a...
  • VLCC rates rebound taking hold as Chinese crude demand returns
    Shipbroker Braemar assesses average spot rates for a modern VLCC with scrubber installed at $36,361 daily - 260% higher than...
  • Ship towed to Somalia after a week drifting in pirate waters
    US and European Union warships helped an elderly ro-ro in heavy seas off Puntland after the vessel, Anatolian, spent nearly...
  • Cosco tanker unit approves $61.7m capital increase for China LNG
    Shipping source said Hudong-Zhonghua and South Korean shipbuilders are bidding for seven LNG carriers order
  • PSA launches digitalisation initiatives in Singapore's haulage sector
    Digitalised processes enable greater efficiency, reliability, timeliness and transparency in the movement of goods across supply chains, PSA said
  • Sumec Marine wins ultramax pair order from U-Ming Marine
    Sumec has signed more than 30 shipbuilding contracts for the IMO's environmental regulations-compliant vessels
  • Manual freight data entry holding Australia back
    Manual freight data entry and a lack of standards is 'wreaking havoc' on Australia's ability to compete, PwC says, adding...
  • Daily Briefing
    Getting Ukrainian grain to hungry people really is a matter of life and death | Russia and Ukraine reach deal...

The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 25, 2022
  • BNSF, UP metering inland containers from LA-LB
  • Port of Oakland fully operational after trucker protests
  • Terminal appointments add to NY-NJ empty return hurdles
  • Shippers seeking outsourced logistics aid despite rise of self-service software
  • Ocean rates past peak, but will remain elevated: K+N CEO
  • Legislation threatens US offshore wind ambitions
  • Trade groups demand EU review carrier anti-trust exemption

TradeWindsweb site
JULY 25, 2022
  • Multi-court cargo fire battle between Hanwin and Transatlantica heads to Massachusetts
  • Lefebvre sibling and Royal Caribbean lock horns over Silversea shares
  • Carnival teams up with GoodFuels to pioneer biofuel bunkering on large cruise ship
  • Scorpio Group takes fresh decarbonisation tack with fuel emulsion tests
  • Container shippers urge 'immediate review' of European antitrust laws
  • Period and spot LNG rates disconnect as charterers seek winter cover
  • Ukraine: Grain exports could start this week
  • SSY's English says corrections may be coming but S&P booming for now
  • Peak oil: tanker owners will need to rein in fleet renewal plans
  • Lifting Ukraine seafarer ban 'vital for grain exports'
  • Daewoo strike over, but leaves heavy financial toll for shipyard
  • DSME LNG carrier order linked to ADS Maritime for Mexican project
  • Crew on sanctioned Russian tanker running short of food off India
  • Insurers preparing to step in to support Ukrainian grain exports
  • Taiwan's U-Ming inks deal for 'attractively priced' bulk carrier duo at China's New Dayang
  • Clarksons: China yards playing catch-up on newbuilding deliveries delayed by Covid
  • Container ship port congestion hits new record says Clarksons
  • Veteran cruise ship scrapped after super-yacht conversion project is called off
  • VLCCs to benefit from China crude imports returning to growth, says Poten

American Shipperweb site
JULY 25, 2022
  • Kuehne+Nagel Q2 profits rise 78% on lower shipping volumes
    Kuehne + Nagel continued profit growth in Q2 by charging customers more for extra service to keep supply chains fluid.
  • Viewpoint: Why Europe is so important to the empty-container supply
    All the pipes of trade are connected. If one pipe starts to have empty-container constriction, container prices will be influenced across the board.

The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 25, 2022
  • Shell to acquire Shell Midstream after upping offer to value of $6.2 billion
    Shell said July 25 it will buy and consolidate its Shell Midstream Partners spinoff after agreeing to up the value of the US pipeline company to $6.2 billion from a previous February offer of $5.1 billion as oil prices rose throughout most of the year.
  • OIL FUTURES: Crude rallies amid weaker dollar, market focus on Fed rate hike decision
    Crude futures settled higher July 25 as the market weighed lingering recession concerns against tight global supply outlooks and a weaker US dollar.
  • US crude stocks likely see modest draw, continue to normalize amid tepid refinery demand
    US crude oil inventories likely continued to normalize in the week ended July 22, as tepid refinery demand likely blunted an expected seasonal stock draw, an S&P Global Commodity Insights analysis showed July 25.
  • ASIA MIDDLE DISTILLATES: Key market indicators for July 25-29
    Asian middle distillate market focus remains on supply concerns for the July 25-29 trading week as rising availabilities coupled with fickle arbitrage economics lead to more barrels being seen stuck within the region.
  • Malaysian, Vietnamese sweet crude oil premiums rise to record high
    Cash differentials for medium sweet crudes in Southeast Asia surged to record highs on the back of healthy refinery margins, while middle distillate product cracks remained at multi-year highs, market sources told S&P Global Commodity Insights July 25.
  • EMEA MIDDLE DISTILLATES: Key market indicators
    Logistical issues created by low Rhine water levels may hamper middle distillates barge trading activity by raising freight costs, while supply of ULSD in cargo markets was said to be balanced and the outlook uncertain.
  • EUROPE AND AFRICA RESIDUAL AND MARINE FUEL: Key market indicators
    Very low sulfur fuel oil markets have been supported by strong middle distillates, with low diesel stocks in Europe and backwardated markets keeping diesel prices high.
  • AMERICAS BUNKERS: Key market indicators July 25-29
    Spot marine fuel bunkers markets in the Americas enter the week of July 25-29 on a bearish kick following declines tied to weaker upstream crude indicators and soft demand, with market players looking to crude futures in particular for direction.
  • Shippers, logistics firms ask EC to review antitrust immunity for container lines
    Ten trade associations representing shippers and logistics firms have jointly called on the European Commission to carry out an immediate review of container lines' exemption from EU competition laws.
  • REFINERY NEWS: Iran's Tehran oil refinery ends one-month basic overhaul
    Basic overhaul completed on July 24, the plant's operation director Mostafa Seyed-Reza-Tehrani said.
  • Russian plants enjoy good fortunes, for now
    Refinery runs are increasing for now and most plants, apart from those undergoing maintenance, are ramping up gasoline and diesel production as Russians opt to head for domestic holiday destinations after many international airlines suspended flights to and from Russia following Moscow's invasion of Ukraine.
  • SOUTH KOREA DATA: Russian crude imports fall 78% on year to 706,524 barrels in June
    South Korea's crude imports from Russia fell 77.9% on the year to 706,524 barrels in June, marking the fourth consecutive month of year-on-year decline, latest data from Korea Customs Service showed.
  • EKOFISK CRUDE TRACKER: Three Aframaxes arrive to load in week to July 24
    Despite softening product cracks, refining demand for light sweet crude in Europe is holding firm.
  • ICE LSGO futures net length falls 2,310 contracts on week
    Open interest in the futures rose by 6,127 contracts to 483,524 over the reporting week.
  • OIL FUTURES: Crude rebounds amid interest rate concerns
    While oil markets made gains during mid-morning trading, volatility continues to plague futures markets, as investors consider the impact of further interest rate hikes against limited economic growth and tightened supply.
  • ASIA RESIDUAL FUELS: Key market indicators for July 25-29
    The Asian low sulfur fuel oil market was likely to ease on the back of near-term demand-supply balance, pointing to an easing of availability of both finished grade product and low sulfur blending components in August.
  • Oman Oil starts bunker sales at Sohar port as alternative to UAE's Fujairah
    IMO-compliant 0.5%S sulfur marine fuel, 0.1%S marine gasoil and 3.5%S 380 CST bunker fuel are being offered after getting a bunker license from the Sohar Port and Freezone, El Kati told S&P Global Commodity Insights on July 22.
  • Hong Kong's bunker spread against Zhoushan narrows to over 21-month low
    Weak demand for low sulfur fuel oil bunkers in Hong Kong amid a build up of stocks pressured delivered premiums, flipping price spreads against Zhoushan into deeper discounts despite being mostly assessed at premiums to the North Asian bunker hub since 2021.
  • REFINERY NEWS ROUNDUP: European refiners report strong Q2 results; some incidents
    Essar, the owner of the UK's Stanlow refinery, said its domestic sales over April-June -- the company's first quarter -- amounted to 1.72 million mt, up 10% year on year, and were up 8% at 3.2 million mt in the first half of 2022.

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FROM THE HOME PAGE
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%
Amburgo
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
SAILING LIST
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Arrival ports by:
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Nel 2024 nella flotta di Condor Ferries entrerà un primo innovativo aliscafo ad alimentazione elettrica
Avrà un'autonomia di 115 miglia nautiche alla velocità di 25 nodi
DATABASE
ShipownersShipbuilding and Shiprepairing Yards
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PORTS
Italian Ports:
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Cagliari Naples Trapani
Carrara Palermo Trieste
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Italian Interports: list World Ports: map
MEETINGS
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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PRESS REVIEW
China starts importing to Turkey via BTK
(AzerNews)
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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FORUM of Shipping
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Relazione del presidente Daniele Rossi
Napoli, 30 settembre 2020
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