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Sched Netweb site
NOVEMBER 16, 2015
  • A-E rates down 39pc to US$409/TEU, falling 8pc to USWC and down 9pc to USEC
  • Not easy to find a buyer for Singapore's NOL, says Alphaliner
  • Twenty-one new boxships rolled out in October
  • LA port follows other West Coast facilities with box volume down in October
  • Trans-Siberian Railway sees box traffic to/from China rise 89pc
  • Agility's Q3 earnings rise 5pc to US$45 million despite lower air cargo volume
  • Drop in coal transport drags down North American railroad carload volumes
  • Azerbaijan invited to join 'Viking' container train project
  • Russian researchers come up with conceptual design for Arctic containership
  • Corinna Seidel is new department head of Communications for Dachser in Asia Pacific
  • Cargojet posts Q3 loss of US$1.66 million
  • FTA rallies MPs to save Belfast from losing air cargo to rivals
  • Emirates SkyCargo's new freighter terminal is opened in Dubai

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Exim Indiaweb site
NOVEMBER 15, 2015
  • India considering new waterways with Bangladesh
  • Iran is open for business, says UK's leading independent freight forwarder
  • IRClass acquires leading test laboratory, takes another step into industrial testing & standards field
  • Liner agent's slip-up results in hefty fine by US Customs & Border Protection
  • Maersk Line says result driven by much weaker than expected demand & low rates
  • SCI registers profit for Q2 & H1
  • TSA in partnership for SOLAS container weight documentation compliance
  • Reduce LNG prices, India asks Qatar
  • APSEZ to acquire Kattupalli Port in Tamil Nadu
  • Coal imports at Major Ports up in April-Oct.
  • Indian participation sought for Colombo port expansion project
  • Mundra Customs facilitates approval of SMTP copy during Saturdays, Sundays & holidays
  • Port industry's largest joint environmental initiative concludes on reassuring note
  • Revamped Gopalpur Port gets ready to resume commercial operation
  • Forex reserves down to $351.73 bn
  • Govt aiming at $ 900 bn export target by 2020
  • Imposing anti-dumping duty seen hiking price of finished goods
  • INR sees overall decline
  • MACCIA certificate programme on export documentation & procedures on Dec. 2
  • Nepal requests China to supply essential commodities

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International Transport Journalweb site
NOVEMBER 16, 2015
  • Funds to improve roads in Macedonia
  • Ceres investing in Euronav
  • Evans to co-pilot drone pioneer company
  • 20 years on the Irish Sea
  • 100 new trucks
  • Skycargo terminal officially inaugurated
  • Appointee to bulk up business for PD Ports
  • US aviation leader visits Dubai Air Show
  • Inspections go portable at MOL
  • Heathrow exports top GBP 48 billion mark
  • India invests in heavyhaul traction
  • K + N managing spare parts logistics for BMW
  • Racing for Corozal
  • Switching to rail and saving millions of road kms
  • Moving day today for Braemar
  • Girteka opening purse strings wide

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IHS Maritimeweb site
NOVEMBER 13, 2015
  • Mixed fortunes for Singapore offshore maritime companies
    The week ended with mixed fortunes for Singapore-based offshore companies as they reported their financial performances for the third quarter. The market in general is facing reduced offshore activities coupled with offshore vessels overcapacity and weak oil prices. Firms with huge exposure to deep water and subsea drillings are particularly hard-hit...
  • US public shipping proceeds collapse
    Only 23 offerings year-to-date. Credit: IHS.US-listed shipowners are on pace to generate 63% fewer proceeds from equity and debt offerings this year than in 2014. If the current trend holds through December - and it seems virtually certain that it will - 2015 will end as the worst year for...
  • Lauritzen losses continue
    A vessel decked in J. Lauritzen colours. Photo: Igor MalushkoJ. Lauritzen Holding, the privately owned Danish dry bulk and small LPG carrier operator, has posted deep losses for both the third quarter of 2015 and the first nine months of the year and says no signs of an improvement of...
  • BW Pacific withdraws Oslo IPO
    The Oslo Stock Exchange. Credit: PABW Pacific, the product tanker unit in the Singapore based BW Maritime group, says it has withdrawn a planned IPO of shares on the Oslo Stock Exchange. "The Company has resolved not to proceed with the offering and listing under the current market conditions," BW Pacific...
  • Hyundai Heavy industries and Saudi ARAMCO to explore yard opportunities in Saudi Arabia
    Credit: PA Saudi ARAMCO CEO Amin H Nasser and HHI's senior VP of corporate planning Chung Ki-sun signed the agreement on 12 November. The agreement also covers the maritime diesel engine manufacturing in the kingdom. Discussions about a collaboration began when the oil company's directors visited HHI's Ulsan yard in April 2015. Saudi ARAMCO...
  • Port captain falls into sea in Ulsan
    Ulsan port. Credit: Ulsan Port AuthorityA port captain is feared to have drowned after a freak accident following an inspection in a VLCC in South Korea's Ulsan port. The Ulsan coast guard said that the port captain, identified only as Lee, 54, remains missing after falling into the water around 03.21hrs...
  • Container ship anchorage waiting times at global ports, October 2015
    The following IHS Maritime & Trade monthly report provides the latest statistical analysis on container ship anchorage waiting times at global ports from around the world. Waiting times are compiled by IHS from satellite tracking data using IHS AISLive. Key Points: Indonesia ports showed more containers traded in October; Shipping...
  • Singapore forum discusses Arctic climate change
    The negative effects of climate change in the Arctic Circle on Singapore's shipping industry was the main topic discussed in the Arctic Circle Singapore Forum 2015 on 12 November. "Temperatures in the Arctic show that the region is warming twice as fast as the rest of world," said Singapore's minister of...
  • Tanker owner convicted in US on water pollution charges
    Norwegian tanker operator DSD Shipping and three crew members were convicted in Alabama of MARPOL and other violations that could cost the company over USD4 million in fines. The conviction, announced on 10 November, includes counts of conspiracy, obstruction of justice and witness tampering. Also convicted were three Chinese nationals who face...
  • Van Oord wins EUR100 million wind farm deal
    The inauguration of the Walney offshore wind farm. Credit: PADONG Energy of Denmark has contracted Dutch dredging giant Van Oord for the transport and installation of 87 foundations for the Walney Extension offshore wind farm in the UK. Located in the Irish Sea, about 19 km off the Walney Island coast...

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The Loadstarweb site
NOVEMBER 13, 2015
  • Banning lithium batteries from aircraft bellies won't stop fake or smuggled shipments - IATA
  • Asia-Europe box rates take a 40% tumble - now shippers face a 2016 dilemma
  • Surge in protectionist measures blamed for sapping trade
  • FedEx takeover of TNT an opportunity, not a challenge, for us, says DHL Express
  • China logistics firm SF to build up aircraft fleet for international push
  • CH Robinson names Bob Biesterfeld as North American surface transport head

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Marine Logweb site
NOVEMBER 13, 2015
  • What's the best way to state the size of a ROPAX?
  • NSRP looks at shipbuilding cost management software
  • BAE Norfolk wins $25.2 million DDG 98 contract
  • BW Pacific scrubs IPO plans
  • New Norwegian rescue vessel named for Idar Ulstein

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World Wide Shipperweb site
NOVEMBER 13, 2015
  • Port of Olympia calling for hearing examiner proposals
  • Crowley Maritime names Craig Tornga stakeholder relations V.P. for Alaska
  • Peace Arch Customs officers save life of ailing woman
  • Eleven firms show interest in Port of Corozal operations
  • Port Metro Vancouver assisting with City of Port Moody anchorage project

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Lloyd's Listweb site
NOVEMBER 13, 2015
  • CMG and Sinotrans at work on merger plans
    Chinese newspaper says Beijing wants a draft consolidation plan as soon as possible
  • High-dividend payouts criticised at Marine Money forum
    Clean corporate structure hailed as key ingredient for a public company, but high-dividend payouts criticised for lack of balance sheet flexibility
  • Freight rates take another tumble
    Asia-Europe rates slump 40% in a week as GRIs fade into memory
  • Thailand's Regional Container Lines sinks into the red
    Carrier to pursue cost cuts to counter falling freight rates
  • BW Pacific scraps Oslo listing
    Cancellation comes on heels of Hapag-Lloyd's tepid trading debut in Frankfurt
  • DSME halts VLGC construction after fire incident
    Government launched investigation into cause of fire
  • Singapore court dismisses bank's bid to force Mercator into supervision
    Dry bulk shipowner to continue with its recovery plans
  • China Ocean Shipbuilding Industry to develop car park business
    Group trying to diversify away from shipbuilding core
  • Courage Marine posts losses in dismal dry bulk market
    Bulkers owner expects challenging year ahead
  • Kalmar delivers six RTG cranes to ICTSI's Mexican unit
    Cranes are part of port's expansion project plan
  • Ardmore Shipping to offload two chemical tankers for $38.5m
    New York Stock Exchange-listed company expects $1.6m net gain from the transaction
  • CSL Americas, Algoma acquire self-unloading bulkers
    Five vessels purchased from Norway-based Klaveness Ship Holding
  • Nordic American Tankers raises stake in Nordic American Offshore
    Nordic American Tankers now has a 26.5% stake in the offshore company
  • Pangaea Logistics posts profit despite dry bulk gloom
    Cargo connections and asset flexibility prove their worth

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
NOVEMBER 13, 2015
  • US transport job openings shrink
  • Has the US truckload spot market hit bottom?
  • Trans-Pacific spot rate free fall won't relent
  • Port Everglades sets new annual TEU record
  • New Orleans tops 500,000 TEUs in 12 months for first time
  • Oakland in talks on logistics complex
  • Santos dockworkers back away from port action at 11th hour
  • Slide show: Five changes every shipper should prepare for
  • Use foreign routes or lose them, transport minister tells Indonesia airlines
  • Carriers outline hefty Asia-Europe rate hikes as spot rates tumble

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TradeWindsweb site
NOVEMBER 13, 2015
  • Woman goes over side of Norwegian Pearl
    Coast Guard was still searching Friday after incident during party off the coast of Cuba.
  • Maritime Equity pays part of Genco debt
    Peter Georgiopoulos-linked private company pays two-thirds of $1.5m in technical fees
  • Port Everglades reports record throughput
    Rail transfer facility fuels 5% increase in container movements for 2015 fiscal year.
  • TOTE said to offer El Faro settlements
    Families of crew offered $500,000 each after sinking of US-flag ro-ro.
  • Products tankers collide in Russia's Arctic
    Two Valkur ships are damaged after incident while transiting the Northern Sea Route.
  • HSH Nordbank may sell shipping loans
    Troubled German lender looking to find a manager for its bad bank in control of maritime assets.
  • Oakland port to upsize
    US West Coast port aims to boost container handling through new deal.
  • HAL wants review of $21.5m jury verdict
    Carnival subsidiary asks district court to reconsider damages imposed for 2011 accident.
  • HAL gets $21.5m for cruiseship's glass door
    Carnival subsidiary asks US district court to review hefty fine imposed for 2011 accident.
  • Glass door costs HAL $21.5m
    Carnival subsidiary asks US district court to review hefty fine imposed for 2011 accident.
  • Fletcher lays up PSV
    Owner warns of officer exodus in dire market as it stacks one of its five vessels.
  • TTA sees dry growth
    Bulker division of Thai owner posts strong result in third quarter despite global slowdown.
  • SFI confirms sale
    John Fredriksen-controlled company says 1998-built suezmax Mindanao fetches $21.2m.
  • Strategic Value Partners lifts Genco stake
    Connecticut-based 'deep-value' investment firm owns 17.3% of New York bulker owner.
  • AHTS supply chopped
    UK anchor-handler spot market down to just 12 ships after lay-ups, but activity very quiet.
  • "The bigger the better"
    Maersk Line's CFO says depressed liner industry could benefit from consolidation as NOL takeover talks continue.
  • Korean orders to plunge
    Kexim report says leading shipyards will see 27% drop in new business this year.
  • Interferry urges change
    Ferry body working on new ways for the EU to monitor fuel use on ro-paxes carrying mixed cargoes.
  • Dof Subsea optimistic despite red ink in third
    Owner logs loss in Q3 but CEO Mons Aase says future earnings visibility still good.
  • Sino-Global earnings fall
    US-listed tanker and logistics company's result slips despite revenue rise.
  • All Leisure Group gets $4.6m cash injection
    UK small cruiseship owner enters eight year sale-and-leaseback deal with its chairman's private company.
  • Boskalis maintains profit view
    Dutch shipping group seeing lower offshore demand, but holds to 2015 earnings forecast.
  • Eidesvik in the red
    Offshore market takes toll on Norwegian owner; more lay-ups possible.
  • Vallianz holds firm
    Offshore vessel owner sustains profitability in third quarter despite industry's headwinds.
  • KSS profit up 25%
    South Korean LPGC and tanker owner enjoys strong Q3 as revenue rises.
  • Hurtigruten hits new high
    Norwegian cruiseferry company posts best ever quarterly profit after efficiency drive.
  • Brodosplit builds boxships
    Croatian shipyard starts work on four 2,000-teu dual-fuel vessels for its own account.
  • Conti orders tanker trio
    German owner returns to favourite Chinese shipyard for 74,000-dwt LR1s.
  • Cuomo vetoes Port Ambrose LNG project
    Hoegh LNG-backed project effectively killed off in the face of concerns over security, environment and safety.
  • BW Pacific pulls IPO
    Singapore tanker owner falls victim to tumultuous couple of weeks for public tanker companies.
  • Cuomo vetos Port Ambrose LNG project
    Hoegh LNG-backed project effectively killed off in the face of concerns over security, environment and safety.
  • Saudi Aramco teams with Hyundai
    Korean shipbuilding giant looks to have stolen a march on Singapore rival in bid for Saudi yard.
  • El Faro's bridge deck discovered, NTSB says
    But search crews still hunting for voyage data recorder from sunken TOTE Maritime ro-ro.
  • Corozal concession attracts a crowd
    Contract to operate new Pacific coast Panama Canal port expected to see intense competition.
  • BW Pacific IPO in trouble amid pricing
    Owner's effort to raise $250m in Oslo listing won't happen within target range and may not sell at all.
  • Pangaea sees third quarter turnaround
    The Rhode Island-based bulker operator reports profit as costs fell faster than revenue.

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American Shipperweb site
NOVEMBER 13, 2015
  • Spot container rates decline on major trades
  • CMA CGM, Delmas join transpacific loop
  • Port of Oakland in talks with CenterPoint to build logistics complex
  • HHLA's intermodal segment thrives despite weak container revenues
  • U.S. begins importing Uruguay's all-natural, NE3-certified beef
  • Port Everglades grows TEU volumes 5% in FY2015
  • Tanker company, seamen convicted in pollution case
  • New York nixes proposed offshore LNG hub
  • Enhanced commercial export assistance tool covers 120 countries
  • Commerce releases 50 state-by-state TPP reports
  • Port NOLA sets container throughput record
  • U.S. import, export prices continue falling in October
  • Executive Moves: C.H. Robinson and Crowley

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
NOVEMBER 13, 2015
  • Cockett wants arrested vessel sold at auction
    Bunker supplier seeking more than $1 million from owners of the Nova Star.
  • 'Shipowers are waiting for prices to come down'
    Singapore IFO soften as crude tumbles
  • OPEC oil exports to rise
    By 30,000 b/d in 4 weeks to Nov 28, according to analyst.
  • Bunker disputes prompt ship arrest in India
    Bunker company and bank chasing outstanding bills.
  • EU moves closer to ECA drone surveillance
    Pilot service planned by Emsa.
  • Benchmark prices slide as crude inventories grow
    Oil prices fell to their lowest levels since August on Thursday.
  • Singapore bunker sales fall for second month in a row
    Traders say demand was dampened by firm prices and ample supplies.
  • Singapore registry welcomes more 'green ships'
    Total of 247 'green ships' under Singapore flag, says MPA.
  • Bunker savings propel Viking Line profits
    Bunker price developments currently having 'favourable effect' on earnings, it says.
  • More MFM-equipped bunker tankers operating at Singapore
    Number has increased to 43, shows data from MPA.

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