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19 April 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 04:19 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
AUGUST 4, 2016
  • US trade rep warns China would receive 'keys to castle' if TPP axed
  • Pacific Northwest ramps up to handle alliance-operated mega-ships
  • China-UK trade 'firm, robust' post Brexit: official state media
  • China's Zhonggu Shipping sets up financial leasing unit
  • Calais migrants set trucks ablaze to make them more boardable
  • Lightweight Containers to open one-way keg production in Germany
  • Expert warns Canadian tax could ignite trade war with US and China
  • Freightos' online-marketplace for freight pricing goes global
  • Russia's AirBridgeCargo executive president Denis Ilin steps down
  • Malaysia Airlines orders 25 Boeing 737 Max jets with options for 25 more
  • DHL expands footprint in Chicago by opening a new service centre
  • Cold storage facility approved for Kabul airport within customs house

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Exim Indiaweb site
AUGUST 3, 2016
  • 'Allcargo Champions League' concludes on a high note
  • SCI signs wide-ranging MoU with govt of India
  • Tanker freight rates expected to see variance
  • Commodity imports fall in 2015-16 as govt focuses on manufacturing
  • Fall in seafood exports after a long gap
  • Indian Private Ports & Terminals Association elects new Board members
  • "Ease of Doing Business in India" in establishing public-private & special warehouses

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IHS Maritimeweb site
AUGUST 3, 2016
  • Hydrographics: multi-beam vs sidescan - the pros and cons
  • SGX poised to offer USD100 million for Baltic Exchange - report
  • Offshore vessel market is bottoming out, says Bourbon
  • HMM issues USD174 million bonds to banks
  • Chinese shipbuilder Guoyu in bond payment warning
  • Ulsan port takes first steps towards LNG bunkering

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The Loadstarweb site
AUGUST 3, 2016
  • In a sinking market, has the last ultra-large containership been ordered?
  • Turnaround success story as DP-DHL posts record second-quarter results
  • Expeditors 'a takeover target' as results and revenue prospects disappoint
  • Trucking too complex to be 'Uber-ised', claims new report
  • US Customs delays air cargo security rule-making for one more year
  • Emirates aircraft 'explodes' on touchdown at Dubai

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Marine Logweb site
AUGUST 3, 2016
  • Bollinger Shipyards marks safety milestones
  • Blount delivers tour boat to Shoreline Sightseeing
  • LM 2500 Module Modernization Program now underway
  • Kamat introduces Ship Hull Crawler
  • NASSCO lays keel for Navy's second ESB
  • BMT Nigel Gee to design LNG fueled Doeksen duo
  • GAO reports on waterways fuel tax complianc

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World Wide Shipperweb site
AUGUST 3, 2016
  • Corps of Engineers seeks comment on Seattle Harbor navigation project
  • TOTE joining INTERSHIP in Puerto Rico joint venture
  • Expanded Panama Canal sees 69 transits since opening
  • Federal Maritime Commission adds new eAgreements system
  • APL expanding WC5 service calling Los Angeles/LAmerica

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Lloyd's Listweb site
AUGUST 3, 2016
  • Safe Bulkers finds outside investor for newbuild kamsarmax
    Equity funding of $16.9m for 2018 delivery will pay preferred dividend of less than 3%
  • Libya's crude oil exports may take time to rise
    Despite an order to reopen three more terminals in the North African country, repairs may delay the flow of cargoes
  • Oversupply pushes panamax bulker earnings to five-week low
    Few bright spots across continents as owners rush to find cover
  • GSF announces plan to end container surcharges by 2020
    Cargo owners aim to stop poorly explained charges out of proportion to services provided
  • Almi orders VLCC brace at Hyundai Samho
    Owner maintains ordering of large tankers generally 'not recommended'
  • View from the Bridge: Consolidation is what we have been waiting for
    Westports chief executive Ruben Emir Gnanalingam expects container shipping supply and demand to return to balance within five years
  • Rio Tinto to expand Pilbara iron ore mine
    Completion of development at Silvergrass will bring online another 10m tonnes per year starting from end-2017
  • Boxship orderbook ratio slumps to new low
    Overcapacity sees new orders fall and deliveries slide
  • Royal Caribbean posts 25% rise in adjusted net income on lower fuel costs
    Bunkers bills for the second quarter came to $176.6m versus $202.6m in the 2015 quarter
  • Golden Ocean hires chief commercial officer
    Role will be based in Singapore starting in November
  • South Korean vessel orders to drop 92% in 2016, says KDB
    Policy bank foresees bleak year for shipping industry
  • N-KOM to be preferred yard for Samos Steamship in Middle East
    New fleet agreement means N-KOM will handle repairs for all Samos Steamship's vessels
  • Courage Marine switches to secondary listing status in Singapore
    Conversion will not affect company's primary listing status in Hong Kong
  • CSIC Ltd to scrap investment in coal mine technology
    Remaining funds allocated to project will be used to replenish working capital
  • Matson reports in-line quarterly profit as Hawaii box volumes grow
    US carrier expects to close Span Alaska acquisition in early August
  • Gulf Navigation posts 43% rise in net profit for first half of 2016
    But company's liabilities remain a cause for concern
  • Damen Shipyards sets up shop in North America
    Houston-based office to handle four-tug order from Young Brothers
  • Hanjin Shipping creditors set to grant restructuring extension
    Banks want South Korean carrier to secure most of its needed liquidity by itself

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
AUGUST 3, 2016
  • Cost controls, e-commerce power XPO to profit
  • US shippers still grappling with ACE growing pains
  • Major US port funding bill may miss 2016 sailing
  • Truck maker, tech startup partner to build shipping platform
  • Matson says its premium China rates endure in soft market
  • Cargo revenue nosedives at All Nippon Airways parent company
  • APMT to pay millions to keep Guatemala concession
  • Krishnapatnam Port emerges as Chennai alternative
  • E-commerce delivers DHL record second quarter
  • Liner discipline brings ship order-to-fleet ratio to lowest since 1999

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TradeWindsweb site
AUGUST 3, 2016
  • Euroseas in legal fight after newbuild axed
    New York-listed shipowner bins ultramax bulker because of excessive delays and brings flexibility to kamsarmax unit.
  • Busch bullish after Navig8 Product slump
    Finance costs eat into bottom line at Oslo OTC-listed tanker owner, despite revenue surge.
  • Milaha profit slips amid revenue slump
    Offshore, general cargo and ro-ro declines for Qatari shipowner, but gas revenue jumps.
  • Navig8 Product suffers slump in profit
    Finance costs eat into bottom line at Oslo OTC-listed tanker owner, despite revenue surge.
  • VLCCs on TD3 shed at least $1,000 in one day
    Latest fixtures from Middle East show day rate has fallen to as low as WS 31 for trade to Asia.
  • Rio Tinto: China's iron imports grow 9%
    China needed kickstart in first half for growth; long-term outlook remains muted.
  • 'Several' yards mulled for Matson order
    US containership owner's chief executive confirms it's looking at more than Philly Shipyard; duo to cost more than $418m.
  • Safe Bulkers lands fresh equity financing
    Unaffiliated investor agrees to provide $16.9m for kamsarmax newbuilding in exchange for 2.95% dividend.
  • Keppel Corp refutes bribery reports
    Singaporean shipbuilder says its top executives have never authorized illegal payments.
  • SCI outlines growth plans to government
    Second-hand purchases, coastwise sectors and management services among SCI's plans.
  • Damen starts US branch with new order
    Shipbuilder inaugurates its Houston office with fresh contract signed with Foss Maritime.
  • Otto takes legal action against Knutzen's firm
    Singaporean company seeks $2.8m from Robert Knutzen-controlled company over unpaid charters.
  • July a busy month for Tallink
    Estonian ro-pax owner reports increase in both passenger and cargo.
  • China's iron imports grow 9%: Rio Tinto
    China needed kickstart in first half for growth; long-term outlook remains muted.
  • Keppel execs allegedly backed bribes
    Testimony from a middle man involves shipbuilder's top managers but the company refutes it.
  • Bond plan batters Hyundai Merchant stock
    Shares suffer largest decline since 1990s after latest fundraiser revealed.
  • Matson set for 'significant cash flow'
    Shipowner's second quarter numbers line up with Wall Street bets as chief executive voices positive view.
  • Bourbon continues to see weak start to 2016
    But French offshore shipowner says markets may have reached their bottom and should start to improve.
  • DBS gave Swiber cash just weeks before collapse
    Singapore's largest bank made loans in June and July which were used to redeem maturing bonds.

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American Shipperweb site
AUGUST 3, 2016
  • OmniTRAX launches Central Texas & Colorado River Railway
    A managed affiliate of OmniTRAX, Inc. this week began operating the Central Texas & Colorado River Railway, the company said in a state...
  • World ACD: Global airfreight market ticks up in June
    Global airfreight volumes increased 2.7 percent in June 2016 compared with the same 2015 period, according to the latest figures from indus...
  • U.S. Silica Holdings to buy Sandbox Enterprises for $218.3m
    U.S. Silica Holdings, Inc. said it will acquire Sandbox Enterprises in a cash and stock deal worth $218.3 million. Sandbox provides innova...
  • BNSF, Port of Los Angeles appeal court decision that rejects proposed $500m rail yard
    Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway (BNSF) is appealing the ruling in the lawsuit challenging an environmental impact statement for a $500...
  • CenterPoint develops distribution center in Arizona
    CenterPoint Properties developed a distribution center in Goodyear, Ariz. for Michael Lewis Co., a leader in supply chain managementand ser...
  • Deutsche Post Q2, first half profits surge despite slipping revenues
    Deutsche Post DHL Group saw consolidated net profits in thesecond quarter 2016 surge 66 percent to 541 million euros (U.S. $604.2 million) ...
  • SGX nears formal offer for Baltic Exchange
    The Singapore Exchange Ltd. (SGX) will make a formal offer to purchase London's Baltic Exchange by the middle of this month, two people inv...
  • NACPC launches cooperative chassis pool in Savannah
    The North American Chassis Pool Cooperative (NACPC) has partnered with Consolidated Chassis Management (CCM) to launch a new cooperative ch...
  • G&W earnings, revenues drop in Q2 2016
    Genesee & Wyoming Inc.'s earnings in the second quarter of 2016 slipped 8.3 percent to $48.4 million compared with the same 2015 period...
  • Expeditors delivers Q2 earnings beat despite 'sluggish' market
    Expeditors International of Washington, Inc. saw its net earnings attributable to shareholders for the second quarter of 2016 slip 1 percen...
  • BDP offers retail-oriented execution web apps
    The third-party logistics services provider BDP International said this week it has begun creating vertical-specific carve-outs of its tech...
  • Carmichael International expands to Charlotte
    Carmichael International Service, a customs broker and division of APL Logistics, has opened a new office in Charlotte, N.C. "We believe C...
  • Executive Moves: UP, Aljex, CentrePort Canada and Allen Lund Co.
    Union Pacific has named John Kaiser vice president of strategic planning. He has been vice president and general manager for intermodal si...
  • Port Tampa Bay renews contract with Ports America
    Port Tampa Bay signed a long-term contract renewal with Ports America last month to operate its container terminal through 2046, as well as...
  • Port of Seattle, Army Corps agree on tentative dredging plan
    The Port of Seattle and the Army Corps of Engineers have agreed on a tentative plan to deepen the waterways at the mouth of the Duwamish Ri...
  • Danaos sees net income surge, revenues slip
    Danaos Corp. posted a net income of $44.6 million for the second quarter of 2016, a 17.3 percent year-over-year increase, according to the ...
  • WCMTOA postpones chassis fee
    Chassis lessors will be subject to a new $5 per chassis fee imposed by container terminals at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach start...
  • Libyan stowaway caught at Port of Baltimore
    A Libyan national is under the custody of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)after being caught April 29 as a stowaway on a carg...
  • WTO's Trade Facilitation Agreement gains two members
    The World Trade Organization (WTO) said Peru and Saudi Arabia have become the latest members to ratify the global trade body's Trade Facili...
  • TOTE establishes joint venture with INTERSHIP
    TOTE Maritime Puerto Rico established a partnership with International Shipping Agency, Inc. (INTERSHIP) to form a terminal operating compa...
  • Executive Moves: England Logistics and Tatham Macinnes
    England Logistics has appointed Scott Hammond as business development manager for its new Atlanta office. Hammond joined the third-party lo...
  • Matson's Q2 profits soar 82%
    Honolulu-based liner carrier Matson, Inc. reported profits of$18.0 millionfor the second quarter of 2016 compared with $9.9 millionfor the ...

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