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03 April 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 08:25 GMT+2




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Sched Netweb site
MAY 4, 2016
  • European Commission okays CMA CGM takeover of Neptune Orient Line
  • China SOLAS guidelines opt for 'agencies' to spot check container weights
  • Self-driving trucks revolutionising waterfronts as containerisation did
  • NTSB: Retrieving El Faro's voyage data recorder could take months
  • OOCL adds westbound call at Ningbo on Loop 7 from May 16
  • Forwarders warned of implications in SOLAS box weighing amendment
  • Greater Vancouver port expansion proceeds apace to meet rising demand
  • Carriers no longer care what's in the box - so long as its full: Xeneta
  • GAC moves 3.5 ton sculpture from Poland to New York
  • June 1 seminar in Antwerp on new SOLAS box weighing regulations
  • Hong Kong Airport Authority wins statutory approval for 3rd runway
  • Chengdu to get 2nd airport, to share status with Beijing and Shanghai
  • India mulls to ease rules on Singapore Airlines affiliate, AirAsia
  • Bombardier wins US$5.6 billion Delta deal, but still needs bailout funds
  • Etihad Airways achieves 4pc cargo volume growth in 2015 to 591,000

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Exim Indiaweb site
MAY 3, 2016
  • India Ratings keeps negative-to-stable outlook for shipping sector
  • Lines- container service reliability improves in March
  • New sugar export ruling expected
  • Adani Ports- total operating income crosses $1 billion
  • ICTT Vallarpadam hits landmark of 40,000 TEUs in April 2016
  • Major Ports- throughput up more than 4 pc in 2015-16
  • Paradip Port inks MoU with RITES for project management consultancy
  • Singapore developing new mega container terminal
  • Arshiya flags off its 1st ex-im rail service from Khurja ICD
  • Railways withdraws Busy Season Charge for two months
  • Ministry of Commerce-s -Twitter Seva- to facilitate trade

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International Transport Journalweb site
MAY 4, 2016
  • Nine instead of seven tracks
  • New office for Cory Bros
  • Longer freight trains now running in Sweden
  • Chinese LNG carrier for MOL on track
  • Integrity Logistics welcomes new president
  • Cathay Pacific steps up nonstop HKG-Boston service
  • Transmec supporting Primark
  • United accepts Envirotainer RAP e2
  • Honours abound for safety conscious shippers
  • Port of Switzerland on firm ground in Q1/2016
  • Big Easy port boss to retire
  • Luck of the draw for maiden transit
  • Meyer & Meyer hives off truck fleet
  • Hallmark appoints senior VP supply chain
  • Q1: more tolls from HGVs in Germany
  • AA switches aircraft on Chicago - Dublin route
  • Warehousing for toys

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IHS Maritimeweb site
MAY 3, 2016
  • Scorpio Bulkers is increasingly confident of its survival
  • Industry viewpoint: Organism regrowth could see compliant owners fall foul of ballast water regulations
  • Impairment charge dents DHT-s stronger-than-forecast operating performance
  • Failing liner business bad news for shipowners
  • Mokpo-s steel port to be first stop for salvaged Sewol
  • South Korean president visits Iran to seal ship orders
  • Containers fall off ship in China-s Waigaoqiao port
  • Hanjin Shipping asks senior staff to return part of salaries
  • Troubled Sainty Marine to raise USD3.24 billion for asset purchase
  • Maersk-s first quarter results a barometer for the battered industry
  • Allcargo rebrands ECU Line as it targets USD2 billion annual revenue
  • Westports looks to growth from Ocean Alliance
  • Banks likely to approve Hanjin-s restructuring
  • Rickmers Trust posts loss of USD1.4 million in 1Q16

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The Loadstarweb site
MAY 3, 2016
  • Cash-strapped Hanjin in last-ditch plea for rate cuts from shipowners and terminal operators
  • Lufthansa faces cargo restructure as Q1 profits nosedive €70m into the red
  • Analysis: Things must change with cargo under pressure at the 'Big Three' US airlines
  • Port of South Carolina first to announce container weighing plans
  • Qantas offers Australia Post six freighters for domestic business
  • Reason, reality and the future of trade
  • Jean-Marc Janaillac set to become new chief executive of Air France-KLM

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Marine Logweb site
MAY 3, 2016
  • VIDEO: Using wind power in offshore O&G
  • TOTE awards GTT LNG bunker barge training contract
  • AWO elects new leadership team
  • Fire breaks out at Suez Canal container terminal
  • Keppel O&M completes LeTourneau acquisition
  • Ecoshield proves its worth on ten Pleiades tankers
  • Sabine Pilots take delivery of new launch

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World Wide Shipperweb site
MAY 3, 2016
  • Port of Seattle presents annual Green Gateway awards
  • The Northwest Seaport Alliance joining Green Marine program
  • Merchants Exchange of Portland accepting scholarship applications
  • ACP narrows field bidding for Corozal box terminal operation
  • American Waterways Operators names James Farley chairman

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MAY 3, 2016
  • Scorpio Bulkers extends cash runway but better times may lie ahead
    Recent equity fundraiser has added $60.6m of cash to complete newbuilding programme
  • Yilport takes full control of Swedish box facility
    Turkish operator acquires remaning 20% share in Gävle Container Terminal
  • Oil production key to tanker demand this year and 2017, says DHT
    Executives believe high Opec outout and low US production benefit tanker rates
  • Handysize rates move up
    Atlantic trades continue to strengthen
  • Supras tick up over $6,000 per day
    Tight tonnage list in Europe suggested as reason for rise
  • Results round-up
    Throughput boosts at a couple of Asia's ports, but less movement in the offshore sector
  • Viking Supply Ships delays results and annual report
    Agreement in principle reached with banks
  • Shipowners exposed to carriers' financial woes
    Independent shipowners could be left with no choice but to reduce charter rates or idle, sell or scrap ships, says Drewry
  • I feel basic uncertainty about the future, says Havila chief
    S'vik warns of worse market difficulties in 2016 as company negotiates with creditors
  • Hapag-Lloyd reshuffles Mediterranean port rotation
    German carrier swaps Algeciras call for Tangier on two loops
  • Hanjin Shipping seeks help from shipowners and terminal operators
    Creditor banks to decide on Hanjin's voluntary restructuring deal
  • Hong Kong outlines container weighing guidelines
    Marine Department of Hong Kong advises shippers on the soon-to-be enforced Solas legislation
  • Emerging smarter or more confused?
    Emerging markets mean more complex supply chains, which in turn need smarter shipping
  • Westports first-quarter profit gains on volume rise and tariff increase
    Westports container throughput rises 7% to quarterly record of 2.41m teu
  • Navig8 Chemical Tankers issues $93m notes
    Private offering to institutional investors comes with 2.9% per year interest rate
  • Rickmers Maritime incurs first-quarter loss amid weak charter market
    Trust says it no longer has exposure to Korean shipping lines
  • Incheon Port first-quarter box throughput rises 7.6% year on year
    Container throughput with China increases 8.1% to over 340,000 teu
  • Fredriksen eyes VLCC sextet at Jinhai
    Below market price for first order in two years for Chinese yard
  • Marco Polo Marine expects net loss for first half results
    Forecast net loss due to lower revenue and unrealised exchange losses during the period
  • Kawasaki Heavy Industries sees operating loss in ship and offshore segment
    Operational result attributed to provisions made on losses from shipbuilding contracts
  • DHT reports strong results, declares $0.26 common dividend
    Exits suezmax segment with sale of 2001-built DHT Target for $22.5m

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MAY 3, 2016
  • FMC steps up fight against US port congestion
  • Oakland port extends subsidy program to keep off-hour gates open
  • Railroads detail SOLAS policy on accepting containers without VGM
  • Shippers nervous about truck capacity not waiting to act on ELDs
  • PIL aims for trans-Pacific splash despite bleak contract, spot rate market
  • Trans-Atlantic spot rates forecast to rise amid volume growth
  • Adani Ports profit, revenue jump on strong volume gains
  • Latest loss of Asia import share compounds historic shift from US West Coast
  • Yilport acquires Swedish terminal and operator
  • New road to ease truck bottlenecks at Chennai port
  • India-s Allcargo Logistics aims to double annual revenue
  • Shipowners face financial pressure as liner business falters
  • Bruised industry awaits Maersk-s first-quarter results

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TradeWindsweb site
MAY 3, 2016
  • Thenamaris ship blocked in eastern Libya
    Rival government won't allow tanker Seachance to load cargo in tit-for-tat spat between Libya's rival NOCs.
  • Borealis charters Navigator newbuilding
    London-based owner is part of growing seaborne ethane trade from US.
  • Punitive damages allowed in Anthem suit
    Judge declines Royal Caribbean's request to throw out claim over storm-battered cruiseship.
  • Campbell Shipping bulker still on market
    Bahamas bulker owner says handysize CS Vanguard has not been sold, despite earlier reports.
  • Cosco containership hits gantry crane
    Suez Canal terminal closed temporarily in wake of the incident.
  • Scorpio Bulkers seeks more loan changes
    Emanuele Lauro 'optimistic' that talks with banks will close in second quarter.
  • Boxship-gantry collision causes fire
    Operations at Suez Canal terminal halted in wake of the collision.
  • Commerzbank sheds another $690m of loans
    German lender-s loan loss provisions fall in first quarter as it continues legacy run-down.
  • Yildirim acquires Sweden-s Gavle terminal
    Robet Yuksel Yildirim-s group adds another European hub to its growing global portfolio.
  • Basili joins Wilh Wilhelmsen board
    GC Rieber-s CEO appointed as director alongside Christian Berg, CFO of Oslo-listed ro-ro company.
  • Scorpio Bulkers loss rises as fleet operating costs grow
    US-listed owner saw expenses jump as it took delivery of eight new ships in the first quarter.
  • Bankrupt Lithuanian Shipping sells half its fleet
    Two of collapsed owner-s bulkers auctioned, with two more left unsold again.
  • HMM closing on charter cut deals
    Local media report that South Korean owner has agreed on cost reductions with 21 shipowners.
  • GulfMark Offshore PSV wins term deal
    Highland Princess secures at least 100 days of work from Heerema.
  • Hanjin Heavy to receive $105m cash boost
    Creditors agree more support for South Korean shipbuilder.
  • KfW IPEX-Bank boasts of best-ever year
    German lender adds $2.55bn of new ship financing under state CIRR scheme.
  • Lotos Shipyard cuts loss in 2015
    Russian shipbuilder reduces deficit as revenue grows.
  • DFDS trio win new four-year Ark deal
    Danish owner's ro-ro cooperation with Danish and German military extended.
  • PGS falls further into the red
    Norwegian seismic vessel owner sees Q1 loss grow as revenue dips.
  • Chevron expects to restart Gorgon LNG in May
    US energy giant in the process of reinstating the propane refrigerant circuit at Aussie project.
  • Hanjin set for restructuring green light
    Seven lenders, led by Korea Development Bank, reported to be set to agree deal on Wednesday.
  • Eurotankers suezmax released in Singapore
    Vessel has been removed from the admiralty sheriff-s latest list of vessels under arrest.
  • Wellard launches world-s largest live export ship
    Australia-s biggest cattle exporter welcomes Ocean Shearer to the fleet after delivery from China.

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American Shipperweb site
MAY 3, 2016
  • TMS consolidation: Kewill buys LeanLogistics for $115m

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MAY 3, 2016
  • NWE HSFO barge backwardation climbs to two-month high on outages
    A number of Russian refineries including Bashneft's Novoil and Uffaneftekhim are currently undergoing maintenance and the latter will remain out of action until mid-June.
  • PRESS RELEASE: Zenith Energy and Grupo Coremar Complete First Phase of Palermo Tanks Terminal
    The world class facility has an initial capacity of 352,000 barrels for refined products and crude oil storage, a new ship dock, and six lane truck rack, as well as accompanying infrastructure.
  • Tankstore confirms fuel oil spill at Singapore's Pulau Busing terminal
    Cleanup still in progress.
  • Oman's Salalah port to have more licensed bunker suppliers in 2017: sources
    Construction of new terminal at Salalah could herald more bunkering activities.
  • Bunker prices at Ecuador's Guayaquil expected to drop on low demand after quake
    Due to earthquakes that have hit the Ecuadorean coast.
  • ANALYSIS: US gasoline stocks likely continued to fall
    Implied demand for gasoline over a four-week moving average was just under 20 million b/d.
  • Crude futures settle lower with OPEC output seen rising
    NYMEX June light sweet crude settled $1.14 lower at $44.78/b.




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