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.: 28-Oct-2019 :.
K Line to Charter New Woodchip Carrier to Nippon Paper


Japan s shipping major K Line is looking to sign a charter agreement with Nippon Paper Industries related to the company s new woodchip carrier scheduled for delivery in 2022.
K Line said that the unit would be dedicated to carrying woodchips for paper materials and some biomass woodchips for biomass power generation business, an operation that will be started in Tomakomai, Japan, in 2023.
The vessel is equipped with the latest economical and environmental-friendly features, including a hybrid fin behind the propeller to save energy and a ballast water treatment system.
Additionally, the woodchip carrier would be fitted with a scrubber in order to comply with the upcoming sulphur cap regulation.

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Two Shipping Firms, Seafarer Charged for Oily Waste Dumping


The owners and operators, as well as the First Assistant Engineer of the 16,408 gross-ton tanker Zao Galaxy have been charged with offenses related to oily waste dumping.
A federal grand jury in Oakland indicted the two shipping companies, FGL Moon Marshall Limited and Unix Line Pte Ltd, as well as Gilbert Dela Cruz, charging the defendants with failing to maintain an Oil Record Book for bilge water discharges into the sea and with obstruction of justice.
According to the officials, on January 21, 2019, the Zao Galaxy set sail from the Philippines and, on February 10, 2019, the ship arrived at a port in Richmond, California, bearing a cargo of palm oil.
The indictment noted that Dela Cruz, 37, a citizen of the Philippines, was responsible for making entries into the ship s Oil Record Book and for the operation of the ship s equipment used for treatment and discharge of oil-contaminated water.
When the ship reached Richmond, examiners from the Coast Guard boarded the ship to conduct an inspection and previously-scheduled examination. As a result of that examination, investigators discovered videos showing that four illegal overboard discharges of oily waste had occurred from the Zao Galaxy s engine room between the last week of January 2019 and February 11, 2019. According to the affidavit, the ship s location data suggested that one of the illegal dumping events occurred when the Zao Galaxy was some three nautical miles west of the Golden Gate Bridge.
Additionally, Dela Cruz had allegedly ordered another crew member to perform the illegal overboard discharge at night to facilitate the emptying, cleaning, and repainting of the Zao Galaxy s Primary Bilge Tank prior to the Coast Guardís examination. Dela Cruz is also alleged to have ordered another crew member to use a flange/hose system to facilitate the dumping of the oily waste while avoiding the shipís normal oily waste management system.
The Zao Galaxy s Oil Record Book contained no entries documenting these illegal discharges of oily waste. The indictment also alleges that Dela Cruz attempted to persuade a lower-level crewmember to withhold relevant information regarding the dumping from the Coast Guard.
The defendants are scheduled to appear on October 29, 2019, for an initial federal court appearance and arraignment.

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Revenues, Volumes Continue Rising at OOCL


Hong Kong-based Orient Overseas Container Line Limited (OOCL) reported a rise in revenues as it carried more containers in the third quarter of 2019.
For the period ended September 30, 2019, total volumes increased by 4.1% from the same period last year, while a 5.8% rise was reported in total revenues.
During the quarter, the company s Asia/Europe service marked the greatest surge in volumes. The service handled 366,229 TEUs, a change of 11.4 percent compared to 328,786 TEUs recorded a year earlier.
The greatest change in revenue was seen in the Trans-Atlantic service, as revenues here jumped by 12 percent to USD 148 million from USD 132.2 million.
Total volumes for the third quarter reached 1.78 million TEUs, up from last year s 1.71 million TEUs, while total revenues stood at USD 1.64 billion, up from 1.55 billion reported a year earlier.
Loadable capacity increased by 4.7%. The overall load factor was 0.4% lower than the same period in 2018. Overall average revenue per TEU increased by 1.6% compared to the third quarter of last year.
For the first nine months of 2019, total volumes increased by 3.5% over the same period last year and total revenues recorded a 6.3% growth. Loadable capacity increased by 4.5%. The overall load factor was 0.8% lower than the same period in 2018. Overall average revenue per TEU increased by 2.7% compared to the same period last year.

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The Ocean Cleanup Rolls Out New Solution to Tackle River Plastic Pollution


The Ocean Cleanup has unveiled a new solution to address the main source of ocean plastic pollution - rivers.
By deploying its technology, the Netherlands-based organization aims to tackle 1,000 of the world s most polluting rivers, which are responsible for about 80% of ocean plastic pollution, before the end of 2025.
In Rotterdam, the organization recently presented Interceptor, a new barge under development by The Ocean Cleanup since 2015. The system is in line with the organization s founding mission as it attacks the flow of plastic garbage at its source, the world s vast network of rivers.
"To truly rid the oceans of plastic, we need to both clean up the legacy and close the tap, preventing more plastic from reaching the oceans in the first place. Combining our ocean cleanup technology with the Interceptor, the solutions now exist to address both sides of the equation," Boyan Slat, Founder and CEO of The Ocean Cleanup, commented.
The Interceptor is said to be the first scalable solution to intercept river plastic pollution and can be deployed around the world. It is capable of extracting 50,000 kg of trash per day - even reaching 100,000 kg per day under optimized conditions.
Four Interceptors have been built to-date - two systems are already operational in Jakarta, Indonesia, and Klang, Malaysia. A third system is to be installed in Can Tho in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam, while the fourth is destined to be deployed in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. In addition to these locations, Thailand has signed up to deploy the system near Bangkok, and further agreements are nearing completion including one in California, kick-starting the scale-up.
As part of The Ocean Cleanup s research to map the problem, it was established that 1,000 of the world s 100,000 rivers are responsible for roughly 80 percent of the garbage entering the oceans.
As explained, the Ocean Cleanup s Interceptor is environmentally friendly and 100 percent solar powered, with onboard lithium-ion batteries that enable it to operate day and night without any noise or exhaust fumes. The system is anchored to the riverbed to utilize the natural flow of the river to catch the plastic and is designed for 24/7 autonomous operation.
The system s floating barrier that is used to direct the garbage into the system only spans part of the river - it will not interfere with other vessels and does not harm the safety, nor impede the movement of wildlife, according to The Ocean Cleanup. An internet-connected onboard computer monitors the system s performance, energy usage, and component health.
Earlier this month, The Ocean Cleanup announced it was successfully capturing and collecting plastic in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch with its System 001/B, a cleanup system that is currently undergoing continued performance testing at sea. The organization also revealed plans to design its next ocean cleanup system, System 002, which will be a full scale cleanup system able to both endure and retain the collected plastic for long periods of time.

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Chemical Tanker Runs Aground off Goa, India


Chemical tanker Nu-Shi Nalini has ran aground off Dona Paula at Goa, India, in adverse weather conditions caused by Cyclone Kyarr.
The vessel is reported to be carrying 2,000 metric tons of naphtha and 50 tons of fuel.
The ship grounded on October 26, after which the Mormugao Port Trust (MPT) authority requested assistance in the salvage operation from the Indian Navy.
The Navy winched down a team of salvage experts to undertake a survey of the 2012-built vessel since prevailing weather and heavy seas did not allow any boats to reach the vessel.
The Indian Coast Guard has sent an oil spill response vessel which was to deploy an oil containment boom around the stranded ship but weather conditions are still complicating efforts to get closer to the vessel. There was no oil spill reported as of Saturday.
A plan is in place to remove the cargo from the 16,700 dwt Nu-Shi Nalini prior to an attempt to refloat it, which is dependent on weather conditions. Navy and coast guard vessels are monitoring the ship which had broken free from its anchorage and drifted towards the coast prior to the grounding.

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Drewry: Transpacific Box Trade to See Stronger Growth Soon


The Transpacific trade is heavily tied to the trade war, which is currently in one of its more peaceful settings but is still liable to sour at any moment, according to shipping consultancy Drewry.
It has been a tough year so far for carriers in the Asia-West Coast North America container trade. The unpredictable trade war between the U.S. and China that last year provided a welcome boost to the eastbound market has this year had the reverse effect.
Last year s annual growth rate of 5.7% was artificially stimulated by the dispute and was always likely to regress, but the extent to which growth has contracted has forced lines to recalibrate their products, Drewry explained.
After eight months, loaded traffic from Asia to WCNA, covering the U.S., Canada and Mexico, had shrunk by nearly 3%. The slack was at least picked up by the smaller Asia to East Coast North America route, which increased by almost 6% to produce a flat total net result for the year-to-date period.
"The extraordinary environment in which the Transpacific currently has to operate makes it hard to properly evaluate the trading performance. Is flattish growth actually a decent result in the circumstances, or could more have been expected?"
Drewry sees reasons to believe that stronger growth will return in the not too distant future. The Transpacific has thus far managed to avoid significant contraction thanks to a combination of factors, including a weakening of the Chinese currency, willingness from some Chinese exporters and American importers to absorb some of the additional costs arising from the new tariffs and some trade substitution within Asia. Countries such as Vietnam, Taiwan, Thailand, and Malaysia have all stepped up trade with the U.S. to counter lost Chinese exports.
"Ultimately, what gives us confidence in the longer-term prospects for the Transpacific is the underlying strength of the US economy that hasnít been derailed by the Washington and Beijing shenanigans and has continued to make jobs and raise incomes throughout," Drewry said.

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Higher Charter Rates Help Safe Bulkers Remain Profitable


Monaco-based dry bulk shipping company Safe Bulkers wrapped up the third quarter of this year with a profit, driven by an increase in charter rates.
The company remained profitable although its net income dropped by 36 percent to USD 5.2 million in Q3 2019 from USD 8.1 million in the corresponding quarter a year earlier.
"In the third quarter of 2019 we entered into charters at higher rates than the first half of 2019. As a result we had a profitable quarter despite the down time of several vessels due to scrubber retrofitting," Loukas Barmparis, President of Safe Bulkers, explained.
Net revenues increased by 1 percent to USD 50.7 million in the third quarter of 2019, compared to USD 50.1 million in the same period in 2018, mainly as a result of a marginal increase in charter rates, despite the decrease in operating days.
The company operated 41.00 vessels on average during the third quarter of 2019, earning a time charter equivalent (TCE) rate of USD 13,311, compared to 40.43 vessels and a TCE rate of USD 13,265 in the quarter ended September 30, 2018.
Vessel operating expenses increased by 9 percent to USD 16.8 million for the third quarter of 2019 compared to USD 15.4 million for the same period in 2018, mainly as a result of dry docking expense.
In line with its environmental social responsibility policies, Safe Bulkers is undertaking investments by retrofitting scrubbers on 20 vessels and ballast water treatment systems on 38 ships. By the end of 2019, the company expects to complete 3 remaining BWTS installations and six scrubber retrofits.
"We remain focused on implementing our environmental investments installing scrubbers on approximately half of our fleet and completing tank cleaning in the other half in anticipation of the effectiveness of the IMO sulphur cap regulations in 2020," Barmparis concluded.
Safe Bulkers fleet currently comprises more than 40 Panamax, Kamsarmax, Post-Panamax and Capesize vessels, with one Post-Panamax on order.

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Container ship grounded, refloated, Savannah


Container ship SM VANCOUVER ran aground on a sandbar while leaving Savannah, USA, at around 1900 UTC Oct 26 north of Tybee island. Grounding was said to be soft , the ship was refloated some 4 hours later with the help of tugs, and anchored at Savannah outer anchorage. As of 0200 UTC Oct 27, the ship was still at anchor. SM VANCOUVER is bound for Fort Lauderdale, ETA Oct 28. No damages reported so far. Understood engine failure caused the ship to veer off fairway and ground.

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Cargo ship breached while mooring, oil leak, Latvia, Baltic sea


General cargo ship LYRA collided with pier at Liepaja Port, Latvia, early in the morning Oct 26, while mooring in strong wind. Ship s hull was breached, oil leak reported, spilled quantity unknown. The ship was fenced off with booms, cleansing operation launched.

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First freight train from China s small commodity hub arrives in Belgium s Liege


The first freight train from eastern China s Yiwu, world famous marketplace for small commodities, arrived in Liege, Belgium on Friday, creating a new link between Europe and China.
Loaded with 82 Twenty Foot Equivalent Units (TEUs) of cargo, the China Railway Express (Yiwu-Liege) Alibaba eWTP Cainiao train arrived at the terminal in Liege after a 17-day journey.

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Make Sabah a ship bunkering hub first


Kota Kinabalu: If Sabah aspires to be a "Shipping Hub for the Far East", at least one key port in Sabah is expected to be ready and be available as a bunkering hub to supply ships with low sulphur bunker fuel by 2020.
Sabah, which is producing offshore gas that can be converted into commercial liquefied natural gas (LNG), considered a clean fuel for ships without any sulphur residues or air pollution discharge, has an advantage if Petronas is helpful. LNG is emerging as a strong contender to the traditional bunker fuel.

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India - Important trading partner for Port of Hamburg


This year India has advanced to become one of the Port of Hamburg s Top Ten trading partners. With over 70 events, India Week Hamburg between 28 October and 3 November will provide an insight into India s variegated culture and economy.
The opening event for India Week Hamburg will be Hamburg-India Business Day at the Chamber of Commerce between 9:30 and 16:00 on 28 October 2019.

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Australia Port Kembla LNG import project seeks to increase winter volume


A Japanese-backed consortium looking to import liquefied natural gas to Australia said it has sought to increase the volume it can ship in during the southern hemisphere winter, beyond what the state of New South Wales approved last April.
Australian Industrial Energy (AIE), the joint venture planning to build the berth for a floating LNG import facility at Port Kembla, said it is now seeking up to 46 shipments a year on variable-sized vessels, up from the approved 26 standard-sized vessels of 170,000 cubic metres each.

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