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July 29, 2022
Exim Indiaweb site
  • 'GIVVEN Logistics is all set to excel in its journey ahead'
  • Trial runs for movement of transit cargo from Kolkata to the North-East through Bangladesh's Chattogram & Mongla ports set to begin
  • FIEO partners to facilitate LEI issuance to Indian exporters
  • Port traffic growth in Q1FY23 seen indicating economic revival
  • Maersk's 24/7 visibility & confirmations within minutes for additional ocean demand
  • MSC UK announces new rail service connecting Scotland with global trade routes
  • Export ban on wheat to stay due to high domestic prices
  • Amendment in Standard Input Output Norms (SION) of Engineering Product group: Suspension of SIONs C-594, C-791 to C-796 and C-831
  • Long-term ocean freight rates into Australasia seeing surge
  • Surplus sugar for exports seen at 8 MT in 2022-23
  • New Mangalore Port handles record 1,936 TEUs on vessel
  • Gencos imported 92.07 LT coal in Q1FY23 for blending purposes
  • UAE-India CEPA has unleashed a golden era in bilateral relations, says UAE Minister
  • CMA CGM Overweight Surcharge from Nacala to worldwide
  • Distance impact turning negative

The Loadstarweb site
JULY 28, 2022
  • Schenker still the star performer, but parent DB is finally back in profit
  • Airfreight wholesaler Solent launches 747F flights between Quito and Miami
  • Felixstowe workers vote to strike over pay offer
  • Port of Incheon loses Russian and African links as MSC, PIL pull services
  • Analysis: CH Robinson - radio silence (while it rocks)
  • Sourcing shift from China is all talk - 'it's a fluidity we have seen for years'
  • Happy Hapag-Lloyd raises earnings forecast again after H1 profits soar
  • Smart database offers shippers easier route to cross-border compliance
  • Record first half for London Gateway as carriers avoid congested ports
  • Shopify axes staff and bleeds red ink as e-commerce slows

Marine Logweb site
JULY 28, 2022
  • Royal Caribbean: Full fleet back in service and positive operating cash flow
    Royal Caribbean Group (NYSE: RCL) today reported a second quarter 2022 net loss of $0.5 billion and loss per share of $2.05. That's the not unexpected bad news and investors looked beyond
  • Blount Boats delivers icebreaking buoy tender
    Delivered earlier this year by the Blount Boats shipyard in Warren, R.I., an icebreaking buoy tender ordered in July 2020, the M/V Eddie Somers, is now in service with the Maryland Department
  • MAN PrimeServ signs maintenance contract for LNG-fueled dredge
    MAN PrimeServ, the after-sales service brand of MAN Energy Solutions, has signed a long-term service agreement with Rouen, France, headquartered GIE Dragages-Ports covering the MAN 35/44 dual-fuel engines in the trailing suction
  • Tour the Sea Change ferry at Marine Log's FERRIES 2022
    SWITCH Maritime's landmark Sea Change hydrogen-powered ferry project got a lot of attention at Marine Log's FERRIES 2021 held last November along the New York Harbor. This year, the conference heads to
  • Modern laker Mark W. Barker embarks on maiden voyage
    Nearly three years after the first cut of steel for the first Great Lakes freighter in nearly 40 years, the 639-foot modern laker M/V Mark W. Barker has completed sea trials and

Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 28, 2022
  • Navios launches $100m buyback as Frangou spells out 'logic' of consolidation
    Acquisition of 36 bulkers also seen as offering 'migration path' to more carbon-efficient fleet
  • Chinese automaker BYD tipped to enter shipowning with large PCTC orders
    Move comes with rising interest from domestic companies to make a foray into long-haul ro-ro shipping, currently dominated by foreign...
  • Safe Bulkers profit comfortably beats Wall Street forecasts
    Company sustainability report says company has invested in efficient new bulker newbuildings 'ahead of' industry peers
  • Digitalisation will expand cargo insurance opportunities, says Marsh
    Future of insuring goods in transit increasingly shifting to logistic providers, offering cargo owners freedom to select shipments and to...
  • New wind propulsion technology launches
    Smart Green Shipping's FastRig sails are expected to reduce fuel consumption by 20% and will be fitted on to a...
  • Felixstowe strike action to add chaos to UK supply chains
    Supply chains are still reeling from the congestion of the past two years. Now industrial action at ports is adding...
  • Ferry labour shortage said to be 'inevitable and ongoing'
    The ferry industry's long-term success depends more than ever on well-trained people, and the sector's ability to drive support for...
  • First shipment of Ukraine grain on Friday will test political deal
    A shipment of grain is expected to leave Chornomorsk on Friday. However, the political test run comes ahead of crucial...
  • China launches crackdown on arbitrary charges in maritime
    China's Ministry of Transport is investigating the maritime sector, seeking a widespread crackdown on any 'arbitrary charges' not aligned to...
  • Costamare eyes new investments after record second quarter
    Adjusted net income more than doubled in latest quarter as charter rates for container vessels remain 'historically high'
  • Easing long-term box freight rates threatens contract renegotiations
    Shippers desperate to secure capacity have seen contract rates soar. But as spot rates ease and demand shows signs of...
  • Pacific Basin optimistic despite slowing global economy
    While the Hong Kong-based company expects minor bulk demand to moderate during the second half of the year, favourable supply...
  • Panama yet to report on Gulf Livestock 1 tragedy
    Panama is yet to publish a casualty report nearly two years after the Gulf Livestock 1 sunk off Japan with...
  • Does shipping now have too much data?
    Some shipowners have invested in software systems that are no longer supported. The best system is one that is used...
  • Hapag-Lloyd raises guidance again
    Hapag-Lloyd's lifted volumes are flat compared with last year, but freight rates are up 80%. Full-year earnings could now top...
  • Navios Partners agrees $835m takeover of parent dry bulk fleet
    Fleet merger completes a Navios Group fleet consolidation that began in earnest last year
  • Pilbara Ports Authority explores ammonia bunkering
    'The potential of ammonia as a fuel to effectively decarbonise the maritime industry is clear; however questions remain on how...
  • NYK launches 100% biofuel supply trial for tugs
    Company believes the biofuel mix used can be a 'drop-in fuel' in the future
  • DSME strike has minimal impact on outstanding orders, say shipowners
    DSME sent a note six weeks ago to customers, declaring a force majeure. Last week, it sent a follow-up, stating...
  • Daily Briefing
    Release of seized Greek tankers hangs in the balance | Ukraine grain corridor readies first shipments | Oaktree awaits Court...

The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 28, 2022
  • Shipper seeks FMC intervention after $3 million in D&D charges
  • Flexport, Nolan partner to track global, domestic freight
  • Felixstowe port workers vote to strike in August
  • BNSF taps Tacoma for new Midwest intermodal freight gateway
  • Hapag-Lloyd hikes full-year profit outlook 30 percent
  • DB Schenker pulls parent group back into black

TradeWindsweb site
JULY 28, 2022
  • Performance Shipping fixes aframax to Teekay Tankers
  • BRS says tanker improvement here to stay, but VLCCs and bunkers could be speedbumps
  • Safe Bulkers raises scrubbers bet as early newbuildings start paying off
  • Royal Caribbean achieves pre-pandemic positive cash flow while returning fleet to service
  • Baltic Dry Index dips below 2,000 for the first time in five months
  • Long-haul demand to help LR2s 'take the spotlight' from MRs, Vortexa says
  • UN: Ukraine grain exports remain on track to leave this week
  • Costamare has no immediate plans to replace cancelled newbuildings
  • Diana boosts dividend on higher profit in robust bulker market
  • LNG carrier market dynamic has been 'permanently altered'
  • Navios shares rocket from starting gate as investors embrace acquisition
  • Scorpio Tankers makes record profits amid global upheaval
  • Unions threaten to bring UK's largest container port to a 'standstill'
  • How Omar Nokta landed at the bank that's been covering shipping as long as he has
  • Bureau Veritas profits from marine services growth
  • Navios Partners scores new loans as revenue surge lifts quarterly profit
  • D'Amico returns to profit, predicts strong tanker market 'for years'
  • GasLog Partners agrees sale and charter deals on two steam turbine LNG carriers
  • V.Group clinches VLCC management contract from International Seaways
  • Costamare says container ship rates remain healthy, amid new set of bumper profit
  • Wakashio claimants line up class action in Mauritius
  • Hapag-Lloyd poised for multi-billion-dollar windfall from soaring freight rates
  • 'Tough talks ahead' as container shippers seek to renegotiate contracts
  • Taylor Maritime ups dividend as values rise again
  • Cosco Shipping inks deal with domestic partners to create car carrier JV
  • GTT wins AIPs for liquefied hydrogen carrier containment and design
  • Zacho ready to start 'dream job come true' as head of Navigator Holdings
  • Ardmore Shipping swings away from 'expensive leases' with new refinance deals
  • Samudera continues to reap rewards of hot container ship market
  • Pacific Carriers doubles down on MR tankers at K Shipbuilding
  • Daewoo strike damage casts a shadow over shipyard sell-off

American Shipperweb site
JULY 28, 2022
  • Record container ship traffic jam as backlog continues to build
    The drop in ships waiting off Southern California is deceiving. The number of ships off all three coasts is back to all-time highs.
  • Container shipping boom continues: Hapag-Lloyd hikes outlook (again)
    Shipping lines are still racking up extraordinary profits. Hapag-Lloyd forecasts continued strength in the second half.

The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 28, 2022
  • INDIA DATA: Gasoil June exports fall 20% on month amid strong domestic demand
    India's gasoil exports fell 19.82% month on month to 2.45 million mt (608,913 b/d) in June, and were down 13.48% year on year, Petroleum Planning and Analysis Cell data showed July 28, as refineries already running above nameplate capacity channeled more cargoes into the domestic market to meet increasing demand.
  • Once an OPEC quota buster, Iraq struggles to raise oil output due to port limitations
    Iraq's crude oil production has stagnated in recent months, despite a rising quota under the OPEC+ accord, largely constrained by its inability to export more volumes through its southern port on the Persian Gulf.
  • Vitol starts bunkering operations at Dubai's Jebel Ali port, cruise terminal at Port Rashid
    Global trading firm Vitol has commenced bunkering operations at Dubai's Jebel Ali port and cruise terminal Port Rashid this month, the company said in a statement on its website July 28.
  • Diesel stocks in California down week on week
    California diesel stocks slipped last week despite stronger refiner output, according to state and federal government data.
  • TotalEnergies inks deal to import 300,000 mt of diesel into France from ADNOC
    TotalEnergies has signed a deal to import 300,000 mt of diesel from the UAE to cover potential supply shortages in France later this year, TotalEnergies CEO Patrick Pouyanne said July 28.
  • Valero says strong Q2 earnings reflect tight product supply, growing demand
    Valero Energy's Q2 earnings of $4.7 billion reflected growing demand and tight supply for refined products, which boosted margins to record levels, company executives said July 28.
  • ARA diesel, gasoil stocks fall nearly 2% to 1.474 mil mt: Insights Global
    Stocks of diesel and gasoil in the Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp hub fell 1.93% to 1.474 million mt in the week to July 28, according to data from market research company Insights Global.
  • OIL FUTURES: NYMEX crude settles lower but remains in well-worn range
    US crude futures fell July 28 but remained within a well-worn range as recession concerns were met with continued supply tightness.
  • TotalEnergies 'mobilizing' to diversify Europe's gas supplies as Q2 earnings surge
    TotalEnergies is hoping to boost its sources of European natural gas and produce more LNG in the coming months, the French energy major said July 28, after soaring gas prices and record-high refining margins sent its second-quarter earnings to an all-time high.
  • D'Amico expects years of strength for clean tankers, decreasing tonnage
    The bullish outlook follows a marked year-on-year improvement in the first half of the year.
  • Scorpio Tankers looks to EU Russian oil ban to boost clean tanker earnings
    A confluence of events has catalyzed a substantial increase in ton-mile demand beginning in March 2022, the clean product tanker company said in its Q2 interim financial report July 28.
  • Navios Maritime Partners acquires 36 dry bulk ships for low-carbon transition
    Navios Partners, which aims to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050, will seek to sell older, less fuel-efficiency ships when opportunities arise.
  • OIL MARKETS PODCAST: What's in store for Asian oil markets in H2?
    That said, some pockets in China are still facing lockdowns due to the COVID-19 pandemic and high oil prices are threatening to pull down demand in other consuming nations.
  • REFINERY NEWS: South Korea S-Oil crude run rate averages 93.8% in Q2
    S-Oil recently upgraded its No. 1 residue hydro-desulfurization unit, or RHDS, to expand its capacity to 40,000 b/d, from 34,000 b/d previously, putting its total RHDS capacity at 166,000 b/d.
  • UAE DP World Q2 port cargo volume rises 3.5% on year, trade outlook positive
  • UAE Fujairah port stops bunkering after floods: traders
  • REFINERY NEWS: Finland Neste reports strong Q2 results on high margins
    Neste on April 29 condemned Moscow for its attack on Ukraine and said it was replacing Russian crude as a result.
  • Iraq and Oman stand to gain bunkering from Fujairah: traders
    Oman Oil Marketing Co. has recently received a license to supply marine fuel 0.5%S, gasoil, and high sulfur 380 grade at Oman Sohar port.
  • Poland to pursue suspension of EU ETS until reformed: climate minister
    Poland is advocating the suspension of the ETS while a plan is worked out and agreed to reform the system.
  • Easing LSFO inventories soften Hong Kong's Aug term ex-wharf bunker premiums
    Higher inflows of low sulfur fuel oil replenishment cargoes throughout July progressively lifted inventories, raising the availability of prompt bunker supplies, market sources said.

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
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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”
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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
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