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03 August 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 17:00 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 1, 2016
  • HMM expects to arrive at charter rate agreement with shipowners soon
  • Seaspan receives eighth 14,000 TEUer bound for Yang Ming charter
  • Seaspan raises US$540 million in share sale, borrowings to ease financing
  • American forwarders urge FMC to ensure shippers don't pay VGM costs
  • North Korea trade with China declines 15pc on back of lower coal prices
  • Selling world's cheapest chicken, Russian producers turn to Chinese markets
  • New gate system to open at Wando Welch, North Charleston terminal
  • Rotterdam port is to open a new Scheldt-Seine inland shipping link by 2021
  • Waging war on soot in exhaust boilersto cut costs and increase power
  • United Airlines to stop flying to Nigeria from June 30 as fares unpaid
  • American Airlines and LATAM link up to file for JV antitrust immunity
  • DHL Global Forwarding revamps Russian air cargo service to increase reach

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Exim Indiaweb site
MAY 31, 2016
  • Baltic Exchange & Singapore Exchange enter into exclusive discussions
  • CMA CGM registers increased, above market average volumes in Q1 2016
  • Initial difficulties seen in implementation of mandatory container weight verification
  • New infrastructure finance body mulled for facilitating investment in shipping, ports & roads
  • TT Club announces robust financial results for 2015
  • Urea being imported for kharif season
  • India & Iran enter into historic agreement on Chabahar port
  • MbPT & MMRDA sign MoU on construction of Mumbai Trans Harbour Link
  • PM reviews progress in railway & road sectors
  • India seen becoming engine of global economy
  • ZED model seen enabling Indian MSMEs join global value chain
  • Tougher environmental laws do not hurt export competitiveness: OECD study

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 1, 2016
  • Portugal's private operators
  • Rhenus takes over document specialist
  • Mongolia: new railway for huge freight volumes
  • Brandt and Brown following Mancini at CSX
  • First prize goes to German logistician
  • Raising transit potential in Kazakhstan
  • Emirates celebrates GVA anniversary with launch of second...
  • Global cargo sales partner now working for Air Malta
  • May record in Barcelona
  • Improved rail infrastructure in Liberec region
  • Strong air cargo growth in April
  • Interrail promotes Pottharst to MD Europe, Germany
  • Caro Trans partnering Molax from South Korea
  • Milestone vehicle handed over
  • Geodis moves to new Mumbai office
  • Investment in Dunkirk's hinterland
  • Longest scheduled flight departs San Francisco
  • Today: official inauguration of Gotthard base tunnel

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IHS Maritimeweb site
MAY 31, 2016
  • Panama Canal expansion: LNG sector outlook
  • Ship Finance 1Q16 profit jumps but falls short of expectations
  • FSG wins large ro-pax order
  • Fastest 'Road to Recovery' requires scrapping discipline, says BIMCO's Louis-Dreyfus
  • Maputo gets ready for a return of demand as dredging commences
  • Shanghai Shipyard seeks JV with Mitsui Engineering
  • Chennai becomes deepest among state-owned ports at 15.5 metres
  • Jinhui in debt restructuring talks after posting deeps loss
  • Holders of three HMM bonds approve restructuring scheme
  • Australia to take IMO's 'softly softly' advice on box weight enforcement
  • Bullish Frontline to announce acquisitions soon
  • DSME hit by more delivery delays
  • Landbridge China-Europe container services continue to expand
  • Southeast Asian markets to drive coal demand, says Australian mining body
  • SM Group backs out of SPP Shipbuilding takeover
  • KSS Line books three new chemical tankers
  • CMES to invest USD382 million in ICBC Leasing's VLOC projects
  • Capacity control crucial amid economic changes, says shipping chamber

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The Loadstarweb site
MAY 31, 2016
  • TNT staff face uncertain future as FedEx eyes its European footprint, says insider
  • Brexit, VGM and carrier bankruptcy fears give Asia-Europe box trades a boost
  • Forwarders unveil plans to handle VGM rules for less-than-container load shippers
  • Russia and Germany play hardball on cargo traffic rights
  • 'How a lack of same-day delivery saved me $1,300'
  • Mixed messages from April air cargo data
  • Airports look to raise transport standards as pharma air cargo volumes grow

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Marine Logweb site
MAY 31, 2016
  • NYPD takes delivery of another Response Boat - Medium
  • USCG continues response to grounded laker
  • Irish Continental orders cruise ferry
  • NASSCO lays keel for LNG-ready ECO tanker
  • Frontline gets $603 million for ship shopping
  • Jurong delivers rig built for Hercules to Maersk
  • FSG newbuilds to have Wartsila turnkey electrical solutions

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World Wide Shipperweb site
MAY 31, 2016
  • Delta Air Lines, Virgin Atlantic joint venture adding Seattle/Portland flights to London
  • General Dynamics NASSCO marks ECO tanker keel laying
  • Coast Guardsman, good Samaritan rescue two boys from ocean current
  • PALFINGER Group announces purchase of all shares of Herkules Harding Holding AS
  • DOT releases highlights of U.S. ferry operations

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MAY 31, 2016
  • Posidonia causes VLCC rate spike
    Charterers demand vessels before owners head off to sun-soaked shipping show
  • TEN reports profitable start to 'pivotal year'
    Deliveries over next 18 months will give further boost to earning potential
  • Italian owners bash fund players for overcapacity
    That said, conventional owners continue to face financial constraint amid industry downturn
  • Uptick in charter activity has little impact on rates
    Brokers expect rates to remain low until there is sustained recovery in global trade
  • Höegh LNG Partners posts $1m loss
    Pipeline of drop-downs from Höegh LNG creates growth opportunities
  • HMM bondholders give nod to debt restructuring
    Investors have approved debt-to-equity swap and extension for Won630bn public bonds
  • Zero tonnage growth needed to restore dry bulk profits, says BIMCO
    Buy one, scrap one, says president Philippe Louis-Dreyfus
  • DSME and Transocean agree drillship delay
    New delivery date has yet to be determined
  • ArgoGlobal promotes Hamilton as part of marine cargo expansion plan
    Opportunities in sector despite difficult market conditions, says ArgoGlobal head of marine and energy
  • Synergies and cross-marketing drive Skuld bid for SMA/Gerling, says Hansen
    Fellow Norwegian P&I club better fit for hull and machinery specialist than German insurance giant, chief executive contends
  • Frontline targets growth as profit rises sevenfold
    John Fredriksen-controlled tanker company gets $275m boost to newbuilding and acquisition fund
  • Jinhui Shipping in restructuring talk with lenders
    Bulker owner reported $18.4m net loss for first quarter of 2016
  • Cheap freight helps Australian LNG reach new markets
    Curtis Island terminals are shipping LNG to Mexico, Argentina
  • Impairments weigh on Bumi Armada's first-quarter net profit
    Impairment charge in period related to a multipurpose construction vessel within its Offshore Marine Services business
  • South Korea's Incheon Port throughput surpasses 223,000 teu in April
    Imports comprised 53.3% of total cargo volumes handled at the port

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MAY 31, 2016
  • US East Coast imports inch up prior to peak season
  • Major ACE filing challenge ahead after second deadline cleared
  • Automation halves truck turn times at Long Beach port terminal
  • Uncle Sam seeks shipper input on how to fight port congestion
  • Conflicting views on trucker hours, 'restart' collide in Congress
  • Australian ports concerned about lenient approach to SOLAS rule
  • Chennai port freezes expansion plans after completing deepening project
  • Some bondholders approve HMM restructuring
  • Cosco, Hanjin add US Gulf call at Mobile
  • New Asia-Europe rail services added amid weak ocean rates

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TradeWindsweb site
MAY 31, 2016
  • Teekay to chase STX for award cash
    New York-listed tanker owner acknowledges uncertainty in collecting $32.4m court win.
  • Weak markets hit Golar LNG results
    Oscar Spieler-led LNG shipowner sees weak Q1 as project delays hit rates.
  • Golar Partners makes less in first quarter
    US-listed MLP sees profit chopped as it misses the analysts' estimates by nearly $0.20 per share.
  • Ship Finance (mostly) mum on Seadrill woes
    Two of three units chartered to sister Fredriksen companies are without contracts as Seadrill negotiates with stakeholders.
  • VLGC supply being absorbed, Dorian says
    US-listed gas ship owner cites continued demand in China, India as driving demand.
  • Fredriksen's Frontline sticks to dividend guns
    Payout policy unchanged with first quarter a one-off at time of acquisition opportunities.
  • Safe in deal with ING to ease covenants
    Agreement is the latest in series to bring more financial flexibility to New York-listed shipowner.
  • Irish Ferries books ropax at Flensburger
    German yard collects contract for large vessel in deal that includes single option.
  • Golar LNG makes less in first quarter
    US-listed MLP sees profit chopped as it misses the analysts' estimates by nearly $0.20 per share.
  • Hoegh LNG Partners posts Q1 loss
    FSRU spin-off from Hoegh LNG says volumes strong, but offhire days cut into results.
  • Ship Finance profit slips, Apexindo in arrears
    Ole Hjertaker-led company trumpets profit history amid questions over rig contract.
  • Dorian LPG finishes fiscal year strongly
    New York-listed VLGC specialist has fleet growth to thank for strong final quarter profit.
  • HMM wins support from bondholders
    South Korean owner secures backing from investors controlling debt worth over $500m.
  • Irish Ferries books ropax at Flensburg
    German yard collects contract for large vessel in deal that includes single option.
  • Reach Subsea: red but ready
    Oslo-listed outfit logs first quarter loss but is positioned to move on new opportunities after restructuring.
  • Frontline VLCCs at STX 'cancellation candidates'
    Analysts say quartet could be culled, as they weigh up impact of Korean yard struggles.
  • Deep Sea Supply sounds debt hopes
    John Fredriksen-backed offshore owner says discussions progressing well with banks.
  • Bumi Armada profit down two-thirds in Q1
    Impairments and charter dispute with Woodside take their toll at Malaysian FPSO specialist.
  • Yangzijiang shares upgraded following sell-off
    Singapore-listed shipbuilder has "upside potential" of almost 20%, say analysts at OCBC.

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American Shipperweb site
MAY 31, 2016
  • Commentary: Anti-trade tone worries emerging countries
  • Financial Times: EU truckmakers face record cartel fine
  • South Korea sees factory output decline further amid weak exports
  • 2M alters five Asia-North Europe loops
  • CMA CGM moves forward with NOL/APL acquisition
  • European states to check for ECA compliance
  • Liner trade group deflects calls for more regulation

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MAY 31, 2016
  • Tank storage provider Royal Vopak divests 40% stake in Nippon Vopak
    Proceeds from divestment will be used to execute Vopak's growth strategy.
  • More than a third of Singapore's bunker vessels fitted with mass flow meters
    79 out of 224 registered vessels have MFMs.
  • TENDER DATA: Taiwan's Formosa sells 40,000 mt fuel oil for June 8-10
    Discount of around $20/mt to MOPS 180 CST HSFO.
  • Rosneft, Hellenic Petroleum agree terms of direct crude, product supply
    Deal allows Rosneft to sell oil products from Hellenic Petroleum's refineries for bunkering and trading.

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