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Sched Netweb site
NOVEMBER 27, 2015
  • A-E rate up 88pc to US$554/TEU, rising 1.5pc to USWC and 0.7pc to USEC
  • Chinese shipyards to build world's first gas-powered bulk vessels for ESL
  • Dredging and quay works begin at PPIT as part of Panama's expansion project
  • Sabrina Chao of Wah Kwong is new chairman of HK Shipowners Association
  • Golden Ocean posts Q3 loss of US$40.7m with downturn in dry bulk shipping
  • Bigger boxships not better with current market conditions: Maersk
  • US Senate backs Teamsters over UPS/Fed-Ex by banning longer trailers
  • Schenker signs agreements to reduce carbon emissions from ocean and air freight
  • Agility wins gong for making automotive supply chains more efficient and nimble
  • CP's Holiday Trains keep rolling for the 17th year in journeys for the needy
  • Hainan's HNA Group buys 23.7pc of Brazil's Azul Airlines for US$450 million
  • TIACA continues to drive uniform advanced data filing standards globally
  • Eddie McMullen: 'True character and great aviation man' dies at 66

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Exim Indiaweb site
NOVEMBER 29, 2015
  • 'This conference provides the delegate a unique opportunity to explore new & potential areas for investment and growth'
  • Energy needs seen boosting Indian shipping
  • Entry into force of IMO Ballast Convention will not resolve the difficulties in US, says ICS
  • Junichiro Ikeda, MOL President & CEO, reaffirms commitment to India at customer meets
  • PCN's 5th Annual Summit the largest ever
  • SCI CMD awarded plaque for work in field of Marine Engineering
  • Singapore extends Block Exemption Order for liner shipping for five more years
  • Virginia increasing apple exports to India
  • Decision to declare NH from Walayar to ICTT Vallarpadam as deemed freight corridor welcomed
  • JNPCT facilitates increase in parcel size of CIX service
  • Paradip Port aiming at 100 mt throughput
  • BIFA's Steve Parker is the new President of CLECAT
  • Centre to provide INR 5K cr. to make highways green: Gadkari
  • High-speed railway proposed between China & Iran
  • L&T Construction receives orders worth INR 1,038 cr. in Nov.
  • Mines Ministry to consider withdrawing 10 pc export tax on low-grade iron ore
  • Need to look beyond exports

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International Transport Journalweb site
NOVEMBER 27, 2015
  • The «oracle of Doha»
  • Peru upgrading roads in rural areas
  • Fleet enhanced by loader cranes
  • Filipinos honoured for service at sea
  • Certification for ULD repair workshops
  • Priority on automotive
  • Russia: transport volume remains flat
  • Little Kenyans' feet decorate German MD-11F
  • More, more, more for Bordeaux
  • Swiss packer hands over baton
  • New hazmat warehouse in Logport Duisburg
  • Expansion ahead for Ostrava-Paskov terminal
  • Fourth generation joins Ziegler management
  • Time Matters - same day from Istanbul
  • Three cheers for Q3 and 9M/2015
  • Bouquet of new JVs in sub-Saharan Africa
  • Successful recertification at Rickmers

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IHS Maritimeweb site
NOVEMBER 27, 2015
  • Gothia Tanker partners order next-generation chemical/product tankers
    China's Avic Dingheng has won orders to build four 16,300 dwt chemical/product tankers with LNG propulsion. Gothia Tanker Alliance partners, Furetank Rederi AB, Rederi AB Alvtank, and Thun Tankers BV, have ordered two, one, and one vessels respectively with deliveries scheduled during 2018-19. The four tankers are built to a design developed...
  • Taizhou Kouan secures chemical tanker quartet
    China's Taizhou Kouan has secured a newbuilding contact from a Norwegian owner for four 17,500 dwt IMO class II tankers. Bergen-based Rederiet Stenersen AS has ordered two firm units with options for two more attached, with deliveries pencilled in for the second half of 2017. The shipyard has a healthy orderbook of...
  • South Korea eyes investment in ports in Russian Far East
    Vladivostok port. Credit: PAAs interest in Arctic shipping grows in South Korea, the country is doing everything possible to enlighten local enterprises on the investment opportunities in ports in the Russian Far East. The government will be holding seminars to advise local businessmen on the regulations and opportunities. The seminars are...
  • India's Fomento exports first iron ore cargo in three years
    Indian iron ore being unloaded in China. Credit: PAIndian iron ore miner Fomento Resources has exported its first iron ore cargo since 2012, the company told IHS Fairplay. A Supramax bulker time-chartered to Jaldhi Overseas Pte Ltd, the charter operating arm of India's Bothra Group, was fixed to load the cargo. IHS Fairplay...
  • Korea P&I sees growth in big ships
    Korea P&I's COO Bay Moon. Credit: Korea P&IThe Korea P&I Club, which has a low market share among its own country's ship owners, is changing its strategy to seek growth. From next year, the club, whose conservative underwriting policy prevented it from insuring big ships, will take Capesizes into its books. Korea P&I...
  • EA Technique secures tug contracts amid depressed market
    E.A Technique's FSOV Nautica Tembikai (ex-Nara). Credit: Daniel FerroMalaysia-listed shipowner EA Technique has secured two tug contracts worth MYR20.45 million (USD4.8 million) amid the challenging oil and gas market environment. Under the first contract, the company will supply two 40-tonne bollard pull harbour tug units to Malaysia-based Kertih Port Sdn Bhd...
  • Mega alliances bad for shippers, says trade body
    Credit: PACarrier alliances and larger container ships have been bad news for both shippers and terminal operators, according to the secretary-general of the European Shippers Council (ESC). "Mega alliances of carriers have resulted in reduced choice for shippers," Nick Delmeire told delegates yesterday at the 10th European Inland Terminals conference in...
  • Heat wave disrupts Port Botany stevedoring
    Port Botany, Sydney, Australia. Credit: PAFor the second time in less than a week, record heat waves have disrupted wharf and shipping operations at Australia's Port Botany. At 13:10 on 26 November, it hit 38.2 C°. Cranes stopped, as deck foreman could not stay outdoors, according to IHS Fairplay contacts on...
  • Egypt sets date for completion of East Port Said side channel
    Egypt set a date for completion of a side channel at East Port Said near the entrance to the Suez Canal that will allow better access to the port from the Mediterranean Sea. The channel will cost USD36 million to dredge and will be complete by the end of June 2016,...
  • Nicaragua canal construction start delayed to late 2016
    HKND chairman and chief executive Wang Jing.HONG KONG - Construction on the $50 billion Nicaragua canal has been delayed again and work will not begin until late 2016, according HKND Group, the Chinese company with exclusive rights to build and operate the waterway.The latest setback comes just two weeks after...

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The Loadstarweb site
NOVEMBER 27, 2015
  • Black Friday boosts volumes, but retailers find consumer frenzy fails on margins
  • EU's new Unified Customs Code is "designed" to force all forwarders to become AEOs
  • Container shipping rates get much-needed boost as GRIs loom, but can they hold?
  • E-AWBs: we'll find success through collaboration, says IATA
  • Why don't women become truckers?
  • Ki-tack Lim confirmed as new International Maritime Organization secretary general
  • Cargolux announces it will hire 100 more pilots and boost freighter fleet next year
  • Next generation Dearman transport refrigeration system begins on-'vehicle testing

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Marine Logweb site
NOVEMBER 27, 2015
  • Rhine vessel results confirm effectivess of Flex tunnel
  • Wartsila solutions picked for world's largest crane vessel
  • Finding answers to five challenges facing maritime industry

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World Wide Shipperweb site
NOVEMBER 27, 2015
  • Site council releases draft DEIS for Port of Vancouver crude facility
  • Rail freight traffic count heads lower during week
  • Coast Guard museum group calling for stories of heroism
  • Seattle Port Commission Oks budget numbers for 2016
  • Panama Canal Authority seeks proposals for new terminal

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Lloyd's Listweb site
NOVEMBER 27, 2015
  • Capesize rates up nearly 60% on week, boosted by storms in China
    After collapsing to a six-month low, rates rebounded through the week as bad weather caused tonnage to be tied up
  • VLGC rates see only marginal gains as demand fails to catch alight
    Consensus is for rates to inch up, but no-one's talking about a spike yet
  • Yard Talk | CANSI's challenge
    The head of China's state shipbuilding industry group looks to the market to speed consolidation. Is this realistic?
  • December GRIs offer respite for Asia-Europe carriers
    But lines face a struggle to maintain rates at a sustainable level with annual contract renewals on the horizon
  • Flex LNG seeks ways to add value amid third quarter loss
    Consolidation is an option, despite summer transaction falling through
  • Singapore port inks pact with South Korea's ministry of oceans and fisheries
    MoU to increase collaboration in areas such as safety, security and marine environment protection
  • Dredging and quay works commence at PSA's Panama terminal
    A $450m expansion project approved by Panama's National Assembly earlier this year
  • Nine-month results have no immediate impact on Wan Hai rating says Moody's
    Moody's expects 2015 revenue to fall 3% year-on-year and stay flat in 2016
  • Rotterdam court to conduct maritime lawsuits in English
    Pilot programme will initially run for 18 months
  • Pacific Basin Shipping forecasts narrower net loss for 2015
    Second half earnings likely in line with first half

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
NOVEMBER 29, 2015
  • Exercise caution when using online 'load matching' service
    Q: I have 10 years' experience working for property brokers (or, as some like to call themselves, 3PLs) as well as international freight forwarders. I recently ran across this new company called XYZ. They offer a service for shippers to connect with carriers in certain local markets. Shippers post their...

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TradeWindsweb site
NOVEMBER 27, 2015
  • Star Bulk in talks on double capesize sale
    Petros Pappas-led owner in discussions to offload a pair of modern capesize bulkers at north of $80m.
  • Products tankers party like its 2005
    Ton-mile demand growth and MR rates both heading for their best annual showing in a decade, Clarksons Platou says.
  • Euroseas confirms disposal of boxship
    Nasdaq-listed Greek shipowner says 1993-built vessel has been sold for demolition.
  • Erria makes a loss
    Danish shipmanager's result turns red in first nine months as revenue falls.
  • More for Indian yards
    Government extending tax breaks for country's beleaguered shipbuilders.
  • OH Meling lays up PSV
    Norwegian owner's Siddis Mariner reportedly added to Europe's idle tonnage mountain.
  • Star Bulk linked to double capesize sale
    Petros Pappas-led owner rumoured to have offloaded a pair of modern bulkers in $75m deal.
  • Wan Hai bucks the trend
    Taiwanese owner emerges from boxship turmoil with a profit for the third quarter.
  • Yang Ming suffers in Q3
    Container line posts $128m three-month loss as revenue falls.
  • Latvian trims loss
    European tanker owner slashes its deficit for the first nine months thanks to strong market.
  • Chief engineer missing
    USCG searches for Chilean officer who fell from Turkish cargoship off Puerto Rico.
  • Thorco adds five
    Danish owner expands further with acquisition of modern tweendecker quintet.
  • Saverys seals CMB takeover
    Bulker owner will be delisted in Brussels next month after owner gains control of 96% of its stock.
  • Evergreen in the red
    Falling revenue and higher costs in tough boxship markets push Taiwanese line to Q3 loss.
  • WWS misses payment
    Norwegian offshore owner does not have enough cash to pay November's bond instalment.
  • Flex LNG still looking
    Fredriksen gas carrier company remains open to other ventures after failure of Exmar merger.
  • Rotterdam faces strike action by port workers
    Two new highly-automated container terminals are expected to lead to job losses.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
NOVEMBER 27, 2015
  • Coastal shipowners take aim at emissions trading scheme
    Set up puts them at disadvantage over international vessels.
  • Securing LNG bunker supplies 'more difficult' than hoped
    'New ECA rules have failed to accelerate the development of LNG infrastructure.'
  • Vessel snagged in OW dispute
    Operated by Greek interests, ship held at Indian port of Kandla.
  • Maiden voyage for 'world's biggest marine scrubber system'
    Cruise ship will be deployed inside the North American ECA.
  • Deltamarin unveils LNG-powered bulk carrier design
    Vessel to be delivered in 2018 to ESL Shipping.
  • Shipping firm adopts fleet energy management system
    Eco Insight can accurately measure hull degradation.
  • MPA: 'Convincing' shipowners is the only issue with MFMs now
    'It is not easy as it is new technology for the bunkering industry,' says spokesman.
  • Deltamarin introduces LNG-powered bulk carrier design
    Vessel to be delivered in 2018 to ESL Shipping, it says.
  • MPA: 'Convincing' shipowners the only issue with MFMs now
    'It is not easy as it is new technology for the bunkering industry,' says spokesman.




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