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11 August 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 08:45 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 6, 2016
  • Confusion: SCFI A-E rate up 5.6pc while Drewry's WCI soars 99pc
  • G6 Alliance announces range of Asia-Europe schedule changes
  • Top 22 North America ports see box traffic fall in March and April
  • Rotterdam gets big first call/last call boost from 2M re-scheduling
  • Average ship size calling at US east coast to rise 25pc, but slowly
  • UPS warns shippers of delays when box VGM weigh-in rule applies July 1
  • LA/Long Beach truckers strike seeking an end to freelance status
  • Australia's GDP grows 1.1pc, led by exports which alone rose 4.4pc
  • Canada's GDP up 2.4pc as exports and consumers drive growth
  • Swiss GDP up 0.1pc as exports lead what little growth there is
  • Cartel activity could land European truck makers record fines
  • Henan Civil Aviation Development Investment said to buy Hahn Airport
  • DHL goes galactic, targets brave new world of space freight
  • FAA certifications hold up Hawaiian air cargo expansion plans

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Exim Indiaweb site
JUNE 5, 2016
  • DB Schenker sets up 100 pc-owned logistics entity in Myanmar
  • Guidelines for evaluating/awarding tenders for shipbuilding, dry-docking & ship repair works issued
  • SCI almost doubles net profit in 2015-16
  • UASC shareholders generally supportive of ongoing discussions with Hapag-Lloyd
  • Coffee exports see Robusta-led growth
  • India keen on developing port in Bangladesh
  • JN Port records highest inter-terminal movement of trailers in May 2016
  • Port of Amsterdam & VCK Group break ground for fourth all-weather terminal
  • PSA Terminals all set for SOLAS implementation
  • Sagar port development to get rolling soon
  • V. O. Chidambaranar Port bags National Award for excellence in cost management
  • BIFA seeks to 'trailblaze' freight forwarder qualification
  • Common user domestic terminal run by GSEC Ltd inaugurated at Raipur airport

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 6, 2016
  • Three year contract lands in Downton net
  • Betuwe: timetable change during construction work
  • Oil and gas fuel GAC's expansion in Namibia
  • New services and locations for Air Canada Cargo
  • 9 million trucks in 29 years
  • UK railfreight operator gets funds for new traction
  • Four new faces adorning BVL board
  • Textron Aviation reveals superior SETP performance
  • Deep water quay open for business
  • Logistics centre now fully let
  • Sustainability award for agri-produce transport
  • James and James appoints non-executive director
  • US-Japan cargo JV launch in less than one month's time
  • Straight from XI International Railway Forum in Sochi
  • New subsidiary in Poland

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JUNE 3, 2016
  • US to crack down on water, air pollution violators
  • Panama Canal expansion: bulker and tanker sector outlooks
  • Panama Canal expansion: container sector outlook
  • Marine insurers warn on slip and trip costs
  • Jan De Nul USD2 billion deal to dredge Payra
  • ICTSI's new Congo terminal to open in mid-June
  • Shipbuilder DSME quiet on talk of more self-help
  • Offshore specialist Otto Marine receives potential takeover offer
  • Singamas heading for first-half loss of USD25 million
  • Suezmax joint venture raises prospect of tanker mega merger
  • Hyundai Merchant Marine to dilute affiliates' share holdings
  • STX O&S customers concerned about ship deliveries
  • Tramp container ships miss charter peak
  • Capacity cuts and rate hikes see slight gain in Asia-Europe spot prices
  • CIMC Enric terminates Sino Pacific Offshore & Engineering acquisition
  • Frontline to use USD328.4 million China Exim loan for eight tankers
  • Maersk signs three-year transport deal with RUSAL
  • Tanker majors launch Suezmax info-sharing platform
  • Posidonia 2016: Size of the Greek shipping fleet is no guarantee of strength

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The Loadstarweb site
JUNE 3, 2016
  • Yngve Ruud appointed global head of air freight at Kuehne + Nagel
  • Doomed BHS owes logistics companies £2.6m - with DHL topping the list
  • G6 extends Asia-Europe Loop 6 suspension indefinitely to sustain freight rate gains
  • Analysis: a CEVA IPO - will the stars line up or would fingers get burnt?
  • No end in sight for Bangladesh congestion as garments fail to sail
  • EU finally starts talks on aviation agreements with Gulf countries
  • Interesting times for Cargolux as shareholder HNCA eyes Frankfurt-Hahn

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Marine Logweb site
JUNE 3, 2016
  • Lightering of grounded Great Lakes bulker gets underway
  • Liberian Registry offers owners some cost savings help
  • Ardent celebrates its first birthday
  • Eastern delivers Z-Tech escort tug
  • Gibdocks drydocks Canadian RO/RO duo
  • LR provides AIP for HMD design LNG bunkering vessel
  • Wartsila adds to its range of Genius services
  • Danelec books VDR orders in China and Taiwan

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JUNE 3, 2016
  • Construction project underway for Bellingham manufacturing facility
  • Los Angeles port board Oks fiscal year 2016/17 budget
  • Seattle-based Coast Guard Cutter departing on mission to Arctic Ocean
  • Independent review panel formed for Roberts Bank terminal project
  • DOT awards grant funding for US border crossing projects

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 3, 2016
  • Posidonia's Themis Vokos honoured by Propeller Club
    Maritime Greeks line up to hail pioneer compatriot behind successful shipping fair
  • Dry bulk volumes plunge at Port of Rotterdam
    Coal imports plummet at Europe's biggest port, with some growth in biomass used for power generation
  • Aronnax: Look to the future while operating in the present
    Athens-based Arista Shipping has plans, but can they become reality?
  • Frontline's ship acquisition strategy: As clear as mud
    Heavy-hitting tanker owner wants to buy vessels on the water, yet snaps up four newbuilding resales
  • G6 pulls Asia-Europe loop as carriers fail with latest GRI attempt
    Low demand forces alliance to suspend its Loop 6 offering
  • Greek owner sure of deepsea gas-powered bulker bet
    Arista Shipping sees early future in the vessels despite market turmoil
  • Capesize rates recover on iron ore trade
    Renewed optimism from Australian miners supports rates though oversupply worries persist
  • Brexit is 'grave threat' to London market, insurance heavyweights warn
    Jobs and business at risk if Britain quits EU, say Lloyd's, IUA and Fidelis
  • Frontline scoops Metrostar VLCCs at shock price
    First two newbuildings acquired for $84m apiece with second two on option at $86m
  • Noble founder stepping down as group offers discounted rights issue
    Chinese financial backing and further management changes at embattled commodity trader
  • Havila locks in earnings for two PSVs amid North Sea spot turbulence
    Longer-term charters reduce exposure to vagaries of North Sea offshore vessel market
  • China Shipbuilding Industry Corp merges yards
    Internal consolidation will lead to gradual reduction in commercial shipbuilding capacity
  • Keppel denies conspiracy allegations in EIG Petrobras lawsuit
    Keppel added as defendant in case, says allegations are baseless
  • HMM to carry out capital reduction for major stakeholders
    Move paves the way for group to initiate debt-equity swap with bondholders
  • LPG cargo cancellation risk grows in US Gulf
    Price spreads are not currently encouraging eye-catching VLGC trade out of US Gulf
  • First round of Hanjin charter rate talks complete
    Negotiations set to continue with no clear or definite result as yet
  • Otto Marine expecting proposal from potential suitor
    Company had requested a trading halt on the Singapore Exchange before release of statement
  • Safe Bulkers regains NYSE compliance despite mounting operating losses
    Company implements drastic cost reduction plan and completes novation agreement for two newbuildings
  • Association of Average Adjusters to add offshore testing to its examinations
    Instead of traditional marine questions, candidates in the future can choose to be tested on offshore aspects

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 3, 2016
  • FMC urged to decide if major SOLAS breakthrough gets a shot
  • LA port approves fiscal-year budget to fund ongoing expansion
  • Eastbound trans-Pacific spot rates strengthen
  • Trucking hiring shrinks as warehousing continues gains
  • Congo terminal first of four to open in ICTSI global expansion
  • Air cargo traffic rises, but demand still soft
  • Singamas issues profit warning for first half as demand, prices fall
  • GRIs, capacity cuts keep Asia-Europe spot rates up
  • Maersk signs transport deal with Russian aluminum giant

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TradeWindsweb site
JUNE 3, 2016
  • Lightering of grounded Roger Blough begins
    Operation starts a week after Keystone Shipping operated self-unloader ran aground.
  • Analysts: Safe Bulkers opex 'impressive'
    New York-listed bulker makes strides but analyst says it won't bring profitability any time soon.
  • Liberian Registry feels owners pain
    Ship registry announces fee cuts, new rules to deal with downturn
  • Petrobras ends fears for Helix-Siem duo
    Brazilian oil giant agrees to take well-intervention duo from Helix at reduced rate.
  • Carmaker claims top $40m in Courage fire
    DHI Global is second cargo interest to blame ARC car carrier fire on Ford SUV.
  • Major US LPG terminal to undergo repairs
    Planned turnaround at US Gulf Coast facility will curtail ship traffic near month's end.
  • STX France yard blocked by workers
    French labour protests spread to the gates of Saint-Nazaire shipbuilder.
  • Petrobras gives WWS ships final extension
    Brazilian oil major gets approval to stretch two contracts with the Norwegian company by 60 days each.
  • Solstad quartet to tow BP FPSO
    Norwegian owner enters double deal with SBM Offshore and BP over unit owned by the oil giant.
  • Suilven salvage to cost $20m
    Fiji ports company asking for donation to shift sunken ro-pax.
  • Investors back UASC/Hapag merger; no vote yet
    Shareholders in Middle East company were supportive during EGM, but no decision on merger.
  • Korean banks' bad loans hit 15-year high
    Non-performing portfolios reach $26bn due to crisis-hit domestic shipowners and shipyards.
  • CSDC changes both chairman and name
    The world's largest tanker owner will operate as Cosco Shipping Energy Transportation.
  • Olympic keeps targeting renewables
    OSV Olympic Delta wins eight-week contract as Norwegian owner gears up with diversification.
  • Statoil piles in for nine anchor-handlers
    Norwegian major's splurge sends North Sea spot rates to $24,000 per day.
  • Indonesian ferry runs out of fuel
    Reports say Pelni's Jetliner stalled off Bau Bau as tanks ran dry.
  • UK P&I Club reveals injury claims of $155m
    Protection-and-indemnity body gives advice on how to prevent painful slips, trips and falls onboard.
  • HMM shareholders taking capital-reduction haircut
    Group chairwoman Hyun Jeong-eun, Hyundai Elevator and Hyundai Global losing $372m as holdings cut by 82% in refinancing.
  • MOL capesize comes to the rescue of six
    Bulk carrier controlled by Japanese giant brings to safety stranded castaways off Indonesia.
  • Hanjin: rate-cut talks still in early stages
    Korean owner responds to report it has not yet made much progress in vital cost-saving negotiations.
  • Nautilus: UK fleet stats call for action
    UK maritime trade union is worried about underlying trends for British shipping.
  • Boa Offshore adds more bonds
    Norwegian offshore owner buys back another $2m of issue due in 2018.
  • Havila seals PSV deals with Statoil, Total
    Restructuring offshore vessel owner secures employment for two of its vessels with oil majors.
  • St Helena heading to Channel Islands?
    Alderney expresses interest in using Royal Mail ship rendered obsolete by airport.
  • Noble Group plans discounted rights issue
    Richard Elman also set to stand down as executive chairman of major dry bulk charterer.
  • Marine MLPs mount share price recovery
    Recovery in the oil price and fears about distribution cuts fading are driving up share prices.

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American Shipperweb site
JUNE 3, 2016
  • FMC praises West Coast terminal effort to ease VGM compliance
  • Commentary: Windmills, world trade and the environment
  • Power Edison looks to deliver batteries by truck, rail or barge
  • HMM reduces ownership stake of affiliates
  • U.S. trade deficit trending down
  • Global food-import bill to tumble to 7-year low
  • Executive Moves: SCCC, XPO Logistics and ICS
  • UASC: Owners 'generally supportive' of merger discussions with Hapag-Lloyd
  • Maersk to transport aluminum for Russian producer
  • FTR: Class 8 orders stabilize after fourth-month decline
  • U.S. to ban trade of ivory across state lines
  • AAR: U.S. freight rail traffic slide continues in May
  • West Coast terminals to continue weighing containers after July 1 SOLAS implementation
  • Bezos: Amazon looking to supplement parcel carriers, not replace them

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JUNE 3, 2016
  • West Japan/Tokyo Bay 380 CST bunker fuel spread narrows on ample supply in West Japan
    Poor demand in West Japan.
  • Spain's Enagas, Barcelona push port as future LNG hub
    One jetty will be adapted for LNG bunkering.
  • TENDER DATA: India's IOC sells 35,000 mt of 380 CST HSFO for June 21-23
    The buyer was Gulf Petrochem.
  • Singapore fuel oil stocks hit all-time high amid slower demand for cargoes
    Breaking previous high of 31 million barrels in May 12-18.
  • SSA's Poulsson elected International Chamber of Shipping chairman
    Will focus on industry's readiness for IMO Ballast Water Management Convention.
  • Ecuador says still in talks with Chinese investors over refinery project
    The government signed a memorandum of understanding with CNPC and the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China in 2012 to seek funding.
  • Oil complex disregards OPEC meeting after US stocks decline
    NYMEX July crude settled 16 cents higher at $49.17/b. ICE August Brent settled 32 cents higher at $50.04/b
  • US DATA: EIA says residual fuel oil stocks drop to lowest since October on import declines

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