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29 September 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 07:12 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 3, 2016
  • MOL ups Asia-Mexico/WCSA rate US$750 and $800/TEU from June 15
  • CMA CGM makes bid to buy remaining shares in NOL for US$2.4 billion
  • Savannah monthly volume shrinks 11pc to 298,041 TEU, exports fall 13pc
  • More petrol at the pumps, but French strike spreads to other sectors
  • Creeping normalisation: Iran to set up a regular shipping to Japan
  • DP World raises US$1.2 billion in sukuk to be listed on the Nasdaq
  • Debt-heavy Fesco suffers 38.2pc drop in revenue to US$126 million
  • Hong Kong's Kerry Logistics buys 51pc of San Francisco's APEX Maritime
  • Groupage container shipping speeds up China trade into Uganda
  • Uber-like road haulage start-up ignites transcontinental US trade
  • Watching over idled ships of all types in SE Asia is a thriving business sector
  • Heavy lift AAL delivers 'mobile' grain shiploader to Vancouver
  • Hong Kong's first groundhandler marks 40 years of top rate service
  • European Aviation Safety Agency says lithium batteries can fly again
  • Fall in air cargo hits Middle East stars where demand halves in April
  • US Airforwarders Association urge use of private sniffer dogs for cargo

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Exim Indiaweb site
JUNE 2, 2016
  • CMA CGM creates dedicated page on website to guide trade through new VGM regulation
  • Maersk Line improves Asia-North Europe network
  • SSA President Esben Poulsson elected as new ICS Chairman
  • Chennai Port & Southern Railway sign MoU for transportation of automobiles for export
  • List of importers / exporters felicitated for their valuable contribution at kandla port
  • Nitin Gadkari felicitates leading performers of Kandla trade
  • RFID-enabled container document verification system inaugurated at Chennai Port
  • Ganesh Kumar Gupta elected Vice-President of Fieo

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 3, 2016
  • The best from east and west
  • Forecasting demand for products
  • New rail service and new record from Felixstowe
  • Revamped locomotives for Latvia
  • Pema recruits first full-time employee
  • Aeroflot wings its way to Lyon
  • Hamburger Geschirrbude open to third parties
  • Freight link to Teheran
  • Forging ahead with Fehmarnbelt link
  • Menzies signs MoU with Oman Air
  • SSI names first ever general manager
  • London P&I points to risks in cargo holds
  • SSA president elected ICS chairman
  • Axing fuel consumption with innovative vehicle
  • Connecting eastern Spain to St Petersburg
  • Impact of refugee crisis on F&l industry
  • THY adding Uzbekistan capacity
  • Rickmers takes NPC in tow

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JUNE 2, 2016
  • Dredging creates diversity in Iowa
  • Increasing demand for lay-up services sees GAC open in Namibia
  • DP World in USD442 million Somaliland port agreement
  • Executive board for HSH run-off portfolio complete
  • When dredging makes an environmental difference - a round table with Scott Baker
  • Awilco LNG sells two steam turbine vessels
  • Korea Development Bank explains STX O&S receivership
  • Singapore's PSA terminals latest to offer box weight service
  • Outlook for Indian LPG demand remains positive
  • Banks approve South Korea shipbuilders' self-help plans
  • China P&I Management sets up Shanghai office
  • Chinese yards take orders for eight small box boats
  • Myanmar congestion hits critical levels, government considers 24-hour operations
  • Esben Poulsson elected ICS chairman
  • Struggling China carriers need relief measures, says Shanghai institute

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The Loadstarweb site
JUNE 2, 2016
  • HMM pulls back from bankruptcy as shipowners relent, but Hanjin still on the brink
  • Silk Way calls for rival airline to 'play fair' over its plan for US services and a global network
  • Vietnam's ports brace for chaos as they await clarification on how to apply VGM rule
  • Argos drivers to strike over Stobart transfer
  • Another airline quits Venezuela as IATA urges countries to pay up - while Prince William addresses AGM
  • Logistics can benefit as China gets a taste for Australian foods
  • Ex-Alibaba executive Ching Guo appointed to key CEVA hi-tech contract logistics role

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Marine Logweb site
JUNE 2, 2016
  • Royal Caribbean sells Legend of the Seas
  • Evoqua launches compact version of BWMS
  • Fish farmer and OSV operator plan JV
  • SAFE Boats International makes milestone delivery
  • University of Strathclyde wins student ferry design prize
  • Esben Poulsson is new Chairman of ICS

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JUNE 2, 2016
  • Esben Poulsson elected chairman of International Chamber of Shipping
  • Drain inspection brings closure of Chittenden Locks in Ballard
  • Change of command set for Coast Guard Cutter MIDGETT
  • DHL moving daily cargo service to Sea-Tac International Airport
  • Rail association releases cargo stats for week, month

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 2, 2016
  • UASC shareholders delay vote on Hapag-Lloyd deal
    Another EGM will be convened once more details of the proposed tie-up are known
  • Re-skilling a river
    As London's River Thames is busier than it has been for years, it is important to ensure there are skilled people afloat and ashore
  • Threat to tankers as Opec urges oil inventory drawdown
    High oil inventories around the world need to be drawn down to normal levels, Opec urged on Thursday
  • Frontline, Euronav and Diamond S Shipping form suezmax JV
    Goal is to create single point of contact for charterers to access 43 suezmaxes
  • PSA and Global Ports make ready to weigh boxes
    Companies join growing band of terminal operators offering VGM services from July 1
  • More capacity cuts on the way
    Alphaliner expects carriers to make significant capacity reductions, as they look to reverse the rate rot and return to profit
  • ICS picks Esben Poulsson as new chairman
    Morooka's successor intends to work with IMO member states to ramp up progress on carbon dioxide emissions
  • CIMC Enric pulls out of SinoPacific Offshore acquisition and loan deals
    Conditions required for both transactions to go through were not fulfilled
  • Diana Containerships to carry out reverse stock split
    Shares to trade on split-adjusted basis at start of trading on or around June 9, 2016
  • Cosco Singapore wins order from CMA CGM for four containerships
    Vessels expected to be delivered between March 31, 2018 and August 31, 2018
  • USCG faces lawsuit over Great Lakes pilotage rates
    US Great Lakes ports, vessel-operating companies and maritime trade associations concerned over rates increase

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 2, 2016
  • LA, Long Beach, Oakland terminals open door to potentially weighing containers
  • UPS warns shippers of SOLAS delays come July 1
  • Kuehne + Nagel details VGM submission costs to meet SOLAS rule
  • LTL truck freight volumes nearly stall at ODFL
  • UASC shareholders signal support for merger with Hapag-Lloyd
  • US West Coast imports slip ahead of peak season
  • ALE wins four-year contract for UK offshore wind projects
  • Three North American port terminals make most-improved list
  • Groundwork laid for DP World to invest in Somaliland's Berbera port
  • Brazilian beef export surge could lose spark
  • Schneider zeroes in on last-mile business via acquisitions
  • Congestion cripples Myanmar's Yangon port
  • PSA to offer SOLAS container weighing services at all terminals

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TradeWindsweb site
JUNE 2, 2016
  • BMW suit blames Ford SUV for Courage fire
    New York lawsuit by BMW targets rival automaker and American Roll-On, Roll-Off Carrier.
  • US LNG project gets nod from feds
    Regulators sign off on the ninth liquefaction project slated for the US.
  • UBS: Charter pool easier than merger
    Investment bank sees benefits to earnings in newly announced suezmax pool.
  • Arrow forges alliance with Seaport Global
    US investment bank and London-headquartered shipbroker strike cooperation deal to offer services to each other's clients.
  • Tanker giants unveil suezmax charter pool
    Trio forms pool in effort to reduce opex, and provide more options to charterers.
  • VLCC rates rise 26% as availability slims
    Spot rates for suezmaxes also rise by more than 24% this week.
  • UK Register rises but ownership falls
    UK Chamber of Shipping has mixed feelings following disclosure of national fleet stats.
  • Lithuanian Shipping to be liquidated
    Rump of bankrupt bulker owner to be wound up after it failed to sell all its ships following dry cargo slump.
  • Corvette damaged in tanker clash
    Naval vessel holed by National Shipping's Saturn in Argentina.
  • Nigeria eyes new shipping line
    Transport minister considering launching national operator and deep-sea port.
  • Indonesian ferry gets stuck on sandbar
    Passengers remained on Pelni's Kelud in Singapore Strait.
  • ABG posts $254m loss in Q4
    Indian shipbuilder's problems mount as revenue dwindles further.
  • Poulsson elected as new chairman of ICS
    Shipping veteran pledges to place CO2 emissions and ballast water convention at the top of agenda.
  • SGX Baltic deal is 'funeral' for broking
    Retired futures broker pulls no punches in denouncing UK exchange's sale to Singapore.
  • Otto Marine targeted by mystery buyer
    Singaporean offshore vessel owner to receive offer for its shares "as soon as possible".
  • Daiichi to issue $23m of new shares
    Restructuring Japanese firm selling stock to 17 owners and shipyards taking control of the company.
  • Maersk clinches Rusal aluminium deal
    Danish container line to carry up to 10,000 boxes per year for Russian producer.
  • Four tankers stuck off Venezuela in BP pay row
    Ships cannot discharge until PDVSA settles bills with UK oil major.
  • RCCL sells ship to Thomson Cruises
    New York-listed company offloads 1995-built vessel to serve its Double-Double growth project.
  • KSS books chemical tanker trio
    Korean owner the latest to add to orderbook at domestic Dae Sun yard.
  • Hyundai Mipo brokerage unit to be sold
    South Korean shipbuilding group keeps offloading assets in effort to improve its finances.
  • Tanker and bunker group Monjasa pushes up profit
    Danish owner says 2015 performance was "robust" as volumes rose.
  • Yara sells out $500m bond
    LPG carrier owner boosts finances with third US debt sale.
  • Fredriksen firms team up on aquaculture
    Deep Sea Supply and Marine Harvest joint venture to build, own and operate industry vessels.
  • Hapag-Lloyd turns Syrian refugee into trainee
    Shipowner looks to do more than just rescue those who had fled warzones for a better life.
  • Vopak renews EUR 1bn revolving credit facility
    Dutch terminals group says facility continues to provide flexibility to carry out its business ambitions.

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American Shipperweb site
JUNE 2, 2016
  • PSA, CMA CGM outline preparations for VGM
  • Trade professionals join FedEx, NCBFAA
  • Creditors approve Hyundai Heavy restructuring
  • Human rights violation triggers CBP action against Chinese company
  • IATA: Airfreight volumes tick up in April
  • Schneider acquires two 'final mile' trucking companies
  • Imperial Holdings purchases European delivery business
  • DHL Express opens new Tokyo facility
  • TOTE settles with three more El Faro victims' families
  • Stifel: FedEx-TNT integration may be 'easier planned than executed'
  • Kerry Logistics acquires U.S.-based NVOCC

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JUNE 2, 2016
  • Mumbai tight on 380 CST bunker fuel: sources
  • TRADER NOTE: OceanConnect Marine hires marine lubricants trader
  • Singapore Jun ex-wharf 500 CST bunker fuel term inked at discounts of around $7/mt
    Down $2/mt from May term contracts.
  • Chemoil to start supply of bunker fuel in Australia's Brisbane
    It intends to target cruise lines along the east coast.
  • Bunker fuel, MGO prices rise on vessel congestion at the Houston Ship Channel
    High water level in Houston Ship Channel affected loading of bunker fuel.
  • Ecuador's IFO 380 CST prices hit highest level since December
    Oil refiner Petroecuador increased its fuel oil June posted price to $234.35/mt, up from $139.75/mt in May.
  • French refineries, some ports still disrupted; strike spreads
    Tugboat operators to strike Thursday

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