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Sched Netweb site
DECEMBER 10, 2015
  • CMA CGM levies US$1,200 in three rate hikes this month and next
  • China's foreign trade to shrink by 7.2pc in 2015, customs reports
  • Egyptian transport minister visits Felixstowe to see 19,100-TEUer unload
  • Canada, Mexico to retaliate with US$1 billion tariff over US meat label rules
  • Construction starts on new Vizhinjam seaport in Kerala after many delays
  • G6 without APL not expected to cause disruption given surplus capacity
  • China urges EU to lift anti-dumping duties on Chinese solar exports
  • New technology designed to reduce ship emissions, improve fuel efficiency
  • Cargotec's Kalmar to offer fast-charging electric shuttle straddle carriers
  • Changi Airport starts 3rd runway project to prepare for traffic growth
  • Decision on 3rd Heathrow runway put off for another six months
  • Hactl's Hacis gears up with e-commerce depot at Nansha bonded zone
  • Boeing rents 'homeless' 747s to AirBridgeCargo to maintain production run
  • UTi opens multimodal hubs in Kuala Lumpur, Ho Chi Minh City

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Exim Indiaweb site
DECEMBER 9, 2015
  • BBC Chartering opens office in Beijing
  • CMMI's conference on mandatory container weight verification today
  • LPG shipping rates heading for a fall
  • NYK making efforts to improve fuel efficiency of its vessels
  • China proposes relaxing cabotage law for operations from Shanghai
  • JNPT-APEC Port Training Centre lines up diverse training programmes for 2016
  • Port of Antwerp welcomes more & more 'green' ships
  • BMC to appoint consultant to review coastal road project
  • Govt to help boost textile exports
  • INR drops moderately against dollar
  • Poultry players urge govt to remove duties on maize, soya imports
  • Oceans, caught between the devil & the deep blue sea - Part II

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International Transport Journalweb site
DECEMBER 10, 2015
  • App helps to find secure parking in Africa
  • ITJ to support fundraising business run for Paris
  • Investment in India
  • New locomotives for use in Italy
  • Coesia and KN Italy recognised for sc innovation
  • Merry Christmas SOL
  • Pactl paves the way for another record year
  • 31st office for BBC - in Beijing
  • Reducing turnaround times in UK
  • Facelift for Kosovo's rail infrastructure
  • IAG Cargo enhances short-haul network in Europe
  • LNG: third vessel down the slipway
  • Abu Dhabi doubling up to 2020
  • Unctad: the shifting face of trade
  • NS: takeover still subject to great regulatory risk
  • SKE arbitrators elected
  • ABC renews Iosa certification
  • Rochade at WCA

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IHS Maritimeweb site
DECEMBER 9, 2015
  • Insurers bemoan weighty problems of cargo misdeclaration
    Moves by shipping companies and ports to tackle the issue of overweight containers onshore have been welcomed by insurers with the warning that operators and ports need to ensure they have their facts right. In recent weeks Hapag-Lloyd AG and port operator APM Terminals have gone public on the problem. Hapag-Lloyd has...
  • Wilhelmshaven box throughput picking up
    Wilhelmshaven. Credit: AffeldtCargo volumes at Germany's new deepsea container terminal in Wilhelmshaven gained traction this year after a very slow start that forced it to send its workforce on a short-time labour scheme. According to Olaf Lies, the state minister of economics of Lower Saxony - one of the two...
  • CMA CGM's NOL takeover offer below book value, says Alphaliner
    Credit: Maritime PhotographicThe price Temasek will get for NOL from CMA CGM if the takeover deal goes ahead is below the book value of the company, according to container shipping analyst Alphaliner. At SGD1.30 per share, the deal values NOL at USD2.41 billion, or 0.96 times the book value of the...
  • German investigators pull out of Costa Concordia/Norman Atlantic probes over Italian 'interference'
    Costa Concordia. Credit: PAThe German marine accident investigation branch (BSU) has pulled out of investigations into two major ship casualties in Italy out of frustration over conflicts of competence between relevant authorities. The Hamburg-based agency, which belongs to the federal ministry of transport, said yesterday that it had quit its...
  • Spot fixtures, second hand sales suggest deepening dry bulk gloom
    Capesize Pierre LD sold for less than its estimated value. Credit: FotofliteRecent spot fixtures and second hand sales of dry bulk carriers strengthen the view that the sector's gloom is deepening and that it is suffering from structural rather than cyclical weakness, but the fact that ordering of newbuildings has...
  • BW LPG raises stake in Avance Gas Holding's takeover target Aurora LPG
    BW LPG's BW Trader LPG tanker. Credit: Daniel FerroBW LPG, the Singapore-based VLGC owner listed in Oslo, has raised its stake in Aurora LPG, another listed VLGC owner, to 12%, which shipping analysts view could trigger a bid for the company that is already an acquisition target for Avance Gas...
  • South Korea's Hayne Shipping bucks market trend
    Evelyn Hayne (ex-Fearless I). Credit: HasenpuschSouth Korea's Hayne Shipping has asserted it has been profitable since its establishment and expects to stay in the black for 2015, amid a string of insolvencies and financial difficulties among dry bulk shipping companies. A company executive told IHS Fairplay that ahead of the market...
  • Samsung Heavy veteran staff to help Sungdong yard
    A Samsung Heavy Industries yard. Credit: IHS/Crystal ChanFrom the start of next year, South Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) will deploy its veteran staff to compatriot mid-tier shipbuilder Sungdong Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering. The veterans will comprise engineers and naval architects, as well as sales executives. The move is part of an agreement...
  • Malaysia study to focus on government role in port development
    Port Klang, Malaysia. Credit: PAAligning the roles of different levels of government, in particular the critical role by the states in the provision of land for development, is a key challenge being addressed in the study currently under way that will form the basis of Malaysia's National Port Strategy. "Malaysia lacks...
  • As tanker rates surge, tanker stocks tumble
    Evercore ISI analyst Jon Chappell. Credit: Chris Preovolos/Marine Money.Shares of US-listed tanker companies are slumping just as tanker spot rates are hitting multi-year peaks. "I've never in my 15 years of covering shipping seen such a disconnect between rates and stock prices," said Evercore ISI analyst Jon Chappell in an...

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The Loadstarweb site
DECEMBER 9, 2015
  • Dan March named new WCA chief executive as David Yokeum becomes chairman
  • Lufthansa and United confirm partnership talks on creation of transatlantic cargo network
  • Norfolk Southern railroad chief rejects second merger bid from Canadian Pacific
  • CMA CGM chiefs eye 'significant' operational synergies in plan for integrating APL
  • Malaysia seeks owner of three B747s, one a freighter, abandoned at airport
  • What's holding back China's consumers?
  • Europe adopts new aviation strategy

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Marine Logweb site
DECEMBER 9, 2015
  • Austal lowers U.S. shipbuilding earnings forecast
  • Bollinger in $8.5 million False Claims Act settlement
  • Nicaragua Canal developers enlist BMT expertise
  • Great Lakes Shipyard to drydock, repower ferry
  • Container weighing FAQs now available
  • Chinese liftboats to have Cat diesel electric propulsion
  • Nichols to build two coastal cruise ships for Lindblad

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World Wide Shipperweb site
DECEMBER 9, 2015
  • Port Tracker report predicts steady import cargo volumes
  • Diana Shipping Oks charter for dry bulk vessel SEATTLE
  • Crowley Maritime presents scholarships to three Merchant Marine Academy cadets
  • Foss Maritime names Parrott new chief operating officer
  • Federal Maritime Commission earns improved agency honor

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Lloyd's Listweb site
DECEMBER 9, 2015
  • Munich Re to rebrand Watkins
    Lloyd's energy and marine specialist to be known as Munich Re Syndicate
  • Industry coalition offers transparency on mandatory box weighing
    WSC, TT Club, ICHCA and GSF publish 'FAQ' document as regulatory guidance for stakeholders
  • HHLA chairman to stand down
    Klaus-Dieter Peters will not seek to extend term after 2016
  • Lloyd's List wins top journalism awards
    Journalist of the Year and International Editor of the Year awards scooped by Lloyd's List editorial team
  • Shipping removed from latest Paris Agreement draft
    Reference to IMO and marine bunkers absent from latest COP21 text
  • Tsavliris quits ISU executive after reprimand for Greek salvor
    New salvors' president John Witte says the sector faces wider image problem
  • No let-up in declining Asia-Europe traffic
    Negative volume growth recorded for eighth consecutive month
  • Low cost of NOL sale could hit other deals
    Temasek's sale for less than book value will have implications for other mergers
  • Nantong Mingde assets to be sold online this weekend
    Court announces Sunday auction on Tabao, China's equivalent of eBay
  • BW LPG buys 10% of Aurora as Avance's bid hits hurdle
    VLGC owners circle Aurora but who will take the spoils?
  • Asian robbery and piracy incidents decline for third consecutive month
    No incidents in November on eastbound lane of Malacca Straits: ReCAAP
  • Spot LNG cargoes on the rise in Asia Pacific market
    Growing spot market will help absorb excess tonnage and lift charter rates
  • Jiangsu Hantong wins up to eight LR1 tankers
    Deliveries scheduled from late 2017
  • Rotterdam port ro-ro trade ramps up
    A number of shippers are moving cargoes to the UK through Rotterdam instead of Calais
  • MOL takes delivery of third Chinese-built LNG carrier
    Carrier will be on long-term charter to Exxon Mobil's LNG projects in Papua New Guinea and Australia
  • Shipping alliances reshuffle may take time to pan out
    Notice period required for APL to exit G6
  • China Cosco general manager resigns
    Current deputy general manager Xu Zunwu to succeed Jiang Lijun
  • Courage Marine completes new shares placement
    Proceeds to be used for working capital and business investments
  • US needs to build 100 more LNG carriers to meet export requirements
    Transport and operating costs for US-built and flagged LNG carriers higher than internationally flagged ships
  • Star Bulk sells four modern vessels for $122m
    Asset disposal to help company's cash runway

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
DECEMBER 9, 2015
  • Industry FAQs tackle shipper verified weight concerns
  • US Customs bill would streamline import, export processes
  • US West Coast port congestion woes still echo through supply chains
  • Rail reform bill on track to clear Congress this week
  • Shipping omitted from latest draft of Paris climate talks text
  • Lufthansa, United Airlines plan trans-Atlantic cargo partnership
  • World Bank study on Malaysia ports to focus on role of government
  • Greece postpones Piraeus privatization deadline yet again
  • New West Coast arbitration process could speed shift to port automation
  • Idle container fleet heads for all-time high
  • Some carriers will resist giving free time to shippers in 2016 contracts
  • Maher's NY-NJ deal could mark trend for ports
  • India's JNPT moves to paperless import delivery system
  • Pick up your planes or lose them, Malaysia airport tells mystery owner
  • NOL being sold at a discount, Alphaliner says
  • Hactl's Nansha depot opens new China e-commerce channel

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TradeWindsweb site
DECEMBER 9, 2015
  • Bollinger strikes deal to settle US case
    US shipyard group agrees to pay $8.5m over False Claims Act allegations.
  • Golar shares rebound after Ophir deals
    Share rise by more than 10% after heads of agreement struck for FLNG project.
  • Royal Caribbean to exit Oslo Stock Exchange
    Cruise giant to delist in Norwegian capital next year leaving Frontline as the most valuable shipping company in town.
  • Magnificent men and their money machines
    Lorentzen & Stemoco says VLCCs set fair for first half of next year as sector becomes all about cash flow.
  • Sea-Watch adds second
    Refugee charity snaps up UK research ship to boost Med rescue operations.
  • Boxship and frigate collide
    Clash in Kiel Canal damages German warship and containers on Nordic Hamburg vessel.
  • Latest bulker sales add to dry price pain
    String of bulker deals show values declining further in an already deeply depressed environment.
  • Moby takes hotel ship
    Denmark's Monjasa offloads veteran vessel into Italy as it lines up newer unit.
  • Cargoship goes aground
    Japanese vessel stuck off Kinuura with sugar cargo; crew safe.
  • AHTS activity hits new low
    Westshore says total of 11 rig moves in November was half the number in the previous month.
  • Wartsila powers icebreakers
    Finnish group to provide engines for two Gazprom vessels designed to operate in harsh conditions.
  • Christian Andersen: No Aurora bidding war
    Avance Gas not willing to raise offer for rival after BW LPG stepped in as a major investor.
  • Hyundai to sell shares
    South Korean shipbuilder tries to improve its financial position by offloading stock worth $109.4m.
  • BMT wins canal job
    UK group to help develop $50bn Nicaragua waterway with Hong Kong's HKND.
  • BBC opens Beijing hub
    German heavy-lift company responds to increased demand with new office in Chinese capital.
  • Did TMT help save global banking system?
    Nobu Su writes open letter to RBS chiefs after Ben Bernanke's book helped open old wounds.
  • Lindblad orders cruise double
    Nasdaq-listed owner picks Nichols Brothers for new US-flag ships worth $95m.
  • NOL independents back CMA CGM offer
    Directors voice early support to French shipowner's takeover of Singapore-listed container line.
  • Vyborg Shipyard loss jumps
    Russian icebreaker specialist posts $12m deficit in first nine months.
  • BW LPG increases Aurora stake
    Singapore owner adds 10% to its holding in Oslo-listed company targeted for takeover by Avance Gas.
  • LDA offloads capesize
    Low price achieved for capesize an indication of the downturn in the secondhand market.
  • Confusion caused Jebel Ali ship collision
    Incorrect assumptions made by masters of Evergreen boxship and Transland suezmax led to accident.
  • USCG hunts for lost containers
    US authorities launch investigation into how boxes fell off barge being towed to Puerto Rico.
  • Maersk boosts capacity
    Danish owner adding at least 1,000-teu per converted ship with wheelhouse raising project.
  • Star Bulk Carriers sells modern bulker quartet
    New York-listed shipowner unloads two capesize vessels and two kamsarmaxes for $122m.

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American Shipperweb site
DECEMBER 9, 2015
  • Shippers raise concerns about industry regulations, productivity
  • Carriers shake up Asia-Americas loops
  • Industry coalition provides insight on container weight regulations
  • COSCO commences new intra-Mediterranean loop
  • U.S., Dominican Republic strengthen customs cooperation
  • U.S. takes China aircraft import tax dispute to WTO
  • ALAN, TIA forge strategic partnership
  • Executive Moves: XPO Logistics, WCA and ECSA
  • NRF: U.S. container imports stagnant in October
  • Great Lakes iron ore trade declines 17% in November
  • Chinese firm to develop new deep water port in Nova Scotia
  • COSCO Holdings president resigns
  • NOL stock stagnant following CMA CGM offer

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
DECEMBER 9, 2015
  • Scrubbers to be fitted to dry bulk carriers
    Vessel will be able to 'move easily in and out of ECAs.'
  • Shipping dropped from Paris climate deal
    Makes IMO the main battleground for limiting GHG emissions from shipping as COP21 negotiations enter the final stages.
  • Bunker markets still softening
    Weak demand suggests shipowners don't see prospects for an imminent price rise.
  • Objections filed against proposed sale of BIC assets to Bomin
    Creditors say $5 million is not enough and that deal will benefit only PNC Bank, Vopak files separate objection.
  • OilChart expands team
    To strengthen its commercial and operational activities in the UK and Belgium.
  • KPI Bridge Oil opens office in Greece
    'The need for a physical presence in the important Greek market has become stronger in recent years.'
  • St Petersburg bunker prices at historical lows on competition from Rotterdam
    'We face the risk of shipowners switching to Rotterdam with MGO prices now substantially lower there,' supplier says.
  • India's bunker sector set to grow
    Infrastructure developing at a 'hectic pace'.
  • Oil futures weaken as bearish sentiment lingers from OPEC meeting
    NYMEX January crude settled down 14 cents at $37.51/b, while ICE January Brent settled 47 cents lower at $40.26/b.




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