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JNPT ropes in firms for faster delivery on five routes
Starting next month, the Direct Port Delivery (DPD) to streamline and reduce cargo movement will get a fillip at Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT). The port authorities have finalised four logistics players for handling cargo on five transport routes, the tendering process for which had started a year ago.
At present, around 38% of cargo gets cleared or routed via DPD and port authorities, as well as customs department, are aiming to take this to 70% with the help of setting up transport agencies on specified routes. DPD helps consignees or importers cut freight costs and save as much as five days as the cargo gets delivered directly to their factories rather than being held at container freight stations in the port area.
A dozen logistics companies had come forward with their bids, of which four have been selected - JWC Logistics Park Pvt Ltd for two routes, Vora Transfreight Services, Royal Translines Pvt Ltd and Ekta Enterprises. These companies will ferry twenty-foot equivalents (TEUs) or containers imported from the JN Port.
The five transport routes are JNPT-Gujarat, JNPT-Goa-Bengaluru, JNPT-Nashik-Aurangabad-Nagpur-Indore-Hyderabad, JNPT-Ahmednagar and JNPT-Mumbai Metropolitan Region (local region). On a conservative side, the estimated volumes for each of these routes are 1,73,156 TEUs, 77,376 TEUs, 65,725 TEUs, 1,08,725 TEUs and 1,55,765 TEUs, respectively.
Talking about the initiative, chairman-in-charge Neeraj Bansal said that the facility will roll out starting May 1. "The DPD facility had been made available at JNPT for more than a year, but this time it would be implemented in a more structured manner for anyone opting for our DPD service," said Bansal.

Posted On:23-Apr-2018



Credits: www.indiaseatradenews.com

Disabled Dutch freighter on tow, North sea
General cargo ship ANNAMARIA D was disabled at night Apr 19 in North sea off Ijmuiden, while en route from Rotterdam to Bremerhaven. The ship was taken on tow in the afternoon Apr 21 by tug ARION (IMO 7726902), to be towed to Bremerhaven, ETA Apr 23.

Posted On:23-Apr-2018



Dutch freighter attacked, crew kidnapped, Nigeria
Dutch ship owner ForestWave Navigation issued a statement, which says that their general cargo ship FWN RAPIDE was attacked by pirates on Port Harcourt approaches, Nigeria, Bight of Bonny, in the morning Apr 21. Several crew members were kidnapped.

Posted On:23-Apr-2018



Cruise liner grounding in Cuban waters
Cruise liner HEBRIDEAN SKY ran aground in northern central Cuba waters off Cayo Media Luna islet in position 22 37N 078 40W, at around 1000 UTC Apr 21. The ship ran aground on sandy bottom, reportedly refloated by own means at 1711 UTC same day, no damages mentioned. As of afternoon Apr 21, the ship seemed to be refloated though still in shallow waters, trying to reach safe waters.

Posted On:23-Apr-2018



Two crew died one injured by gas leak on board of COSCO bulk carrier
Three Chinese crew members were taken by tug from bulk carrier FENG HUI HAI and transferred to hospital at Jamnagar port, Gujarat, India, on Apr 22, with gas poisoning symptoms. On arrival to hospital, two were declared dead, one is treated for poisoning. Bulk carrier entered Gulf of Kutch on Apr 21, arriving from Indonesia with cargo of coal. Media mentioned gas leak, but didn t give possible source of leak was it from cargo holds, or did the gas leak somewhere else. Bulk carrier presently in anchored off Jamnagar, Gujarat, Gulf of Kutch.

Posted On:23-Apr-2018



Glencore Hires Diana Shipping s Panamax
Greek dry bulk owner Diana Shipping has entered into a time charter contract with Rotterdam-based Glencore Agriculture for one of its Panamax dry bulk vessels. Under the deal, the company s 73,593 dwt Arethusa was hired at a gross charter rate of USD 12,600 per day for a period of twelve to fifteen months.

Posted On:23-Apr-2018



Hapag-Lloyd Sets Its First Climate Goal
German liner giant Hapag-Lloyd is planning to cut its CO2 footprint by 20 percent per TEU-kilometer by 2020 compared to 2016. The setting of the company s first climate goal comes as Hapag-Lloyd publishes its first Sustainability Report. Hapag-Lloyd said that it has already managed to cut its CO2 emissions by 46 percent between 2007 and 2016.

Posted On:23-Apr-2018



India and France deepen middle power maritime partnership
In New Delhi in March 2018, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and French President Emmanuel Macron unveiled an expansive strategic partnership focussing on the maritime domain. This does not fit traditional patterns of alignment in the Indo-Pacific region.Ever since Britain withdrew most of its forces from east of Suez at the turn of the 1970s, strategic equations in the region have been largely defined by the policies of Washington, which replaced London as the arbiter of regional security.

Posted On:23-Apr-2018



Credits: www.eastasiaforum.org

Sulphur scrubbers "no silver bullet" for shipping industry -Wartsila
Shipping industry hopes that so-called sulphur scrubbers are a quick-fix solution to compliance with drastic emissions reduction demanded by 2020 are somewhat misguided, one of the world s biggest manufacturers of the equipment told Reuters. The International Maritime Organization s (IMO) cut to the amount of sulphur the world s fleet can emit will have massive implications for shippers, oil refiners and even crude oil producers. Scrubbers that strip sulphur as fuels are burned allows ships to continue using high-sulphur fuel oil, and Finland s Wartsila Marine Solutions is taking in record orders as the 2020 deadline draws nearer.

Posted On:23-Apr-2018



Sea marshals help keep maritime terror at bay
When a ship sails serenely into Singapore s waters, it is hard to tell from the outside whether it has actually been taken over by pirates or terrorists. One way to find out is to physically board the ship. But whoever does so risks his life if the ship has really been hijacked. Welcome to the world of the Republic of Singapore Navy s 180 Squadron, whose crew board sensitive vessels to make sure they have not been taken over.

Posted On:23-Apr-2018



World s biggest container ship stops over at Port Klang
The world s biggest container ship flying the French flag, CMA CGM Antoine de Saint Exupery, made a stop at Westports in Port Klang as part of its maiden voyage. Named after a French writer and a poet, the container vessel with a capacity of 20,600 TEUs (or 123km of containers) is 400m in length or longer than four football fields and 59m wide, bigger than The Empire State Building and the Eiffel Tower. It was berthed at Container Terminal 8, Westports container wharf that was completed last year.

Posted On:23-Apr-2018



Credits: www.bunkerportsnews.com

DP World should rethink port deals in Somalia - foreign minister
Somalia s foreign minister said that Dubai state-owned port operator DP World should reconsider its contract with the breakaway region of Somaliland and work with federal authorities so Somalia s sovereignty is not violated. "We are asking DP World to reconsider these agreements, particularly the one in Berbera port since Somaliland is claiming to be a state independent from Somalia," Ahmed Isse Awad, Somalia s foreign minister, told Reuters in an interview. He said the agreement DP World signed last year to develop an economic zone in Somaliland s Berbera port "bypassed the legitimate authority" of Somalia, triggering "misunderstanding and disagreement" that remained unresolved.

Posted On:23-Apr-2018



Credits: www.bunkerportsnews.com