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Sched Netweb site
JULY 6, 2016
  • MOL ups Malaysia-Mexico/WC South America rate US$800/TEU July 18
  • AADA increases in China to Australia rate US$300/TEU from August 1
  • Back from death's door, HMM aims to dominate Asia-Mideast trade
  • Accidents in Bangladesh shipbreaking yards kill 5, injure 5 more
  • 8,000-TEUers plus expected to be main transiter of new Panama Canal
  • NYK first Japanese shipping company to invest in subsea venture
  • Checkpoint opened along Shipkila Pass to boost Indo-China trade
  • Despite EU war on truckers European trains clobbered by trucks
  • Use of container tracking devices on a per-trip basis surges
  • ASF Intermodal opens Baltimore truck site touching huge hinterland
  • WSS moves dates from Saudi Arabia for UN's World Food Programme
  • China's cross-border e-commerce purchases to surge 41pc
  • CAL boosts Americas flights while Shanghai services put on hold
  • Dallas Fort Worth International Airport designated as e-airport

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Exim Indiaweb site
JULY 5, 2016
  • Allcargo Logistics announces appointment of Adarsh Hegde as Joint Managing Director
  • APM Terminals to acquire full ownership of APM Terminals-Aarhus
  • BTL appoints agency partner in Iran
  • Coastal shipping of coal getting impetus under Sagarmala
  • Container shipping industry to benefit from harmonised interchange inspection criteria
  • DP World Group Chairman & CEO rings market opening bell to celebrate listing of $ 1.2 bn Sukuk on Nasdaq Dubai
  • FMC allows flexible implementation of SOLAS mandatory VGM requirement at six US ports
  • Hamburg Süd honoured as Top Ranked Carrier 2016
  • Jamaica develops SOLAS container weighing rule guidelines
  • Massive surge in SCFI freight rates
  • MOL vessel first Neo-Panamax containership to commercially transit expanded Panama Canal
  • Slow growth in shipping fleet seen reducing officer shortage
  • Steel/TMT bars moved from Kolkata to Agartala (via Ashuganj) through inland waterways & Indo-Bangladesh Protocol Route
  • Coir products exports looking up
  • JNPCT & JN Port as a whole show improved performance in June 2016 & Q1 2016-17
  • Development of Multimodal Logistics Parks under Sagarmala seen benefiting containerised cargo movement in India
  • Gati Kausar launches temperature-controlled warehouse near Delhi
  • Growing e-commerce to invest $8 bn in infra, logistics: ASSOCHAM study
  • Essar Steel India records 48 pc growth in flat steel production in Q1
  • GMR Infrastructure announces stake sale in transmission projects to Adani Transmission
  • Post-Brexit, Sri Lanka mulling expediting ETCA with India
  • Tariff value of various products revised
  • Two dozen textile parks planned

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International Transport Journalweb site
JULY 6, 2016
  • To Iran by lorry
  • Macfarlane opens DC in Scotland
  • DFW goes fully digital
  • Mallory Alexander selects VP business development
  • Shouldering responsibility for BMW spare parts
  • Rail associations call for 60% GHG reduction
  • Cyprus opens doors for American Hellenic
  • Chep and Envirotainer strengthen ties
  • Kuriyama takes on Matson directorship
  • "Takeaway" forklifts to ease unloading activities
  • Testing traction in Russia
  • Tunisair ramps up West Africa offers
  • Farmers' laurels for Hamburg Süd
  • New managing director for Hansaport
  • More train services between Asia and Europe
  • Heading for Spain
  • Mazda made its choice in Sweden
  • Matthä to manage Austria's state railway
  • CE launches two new Zhengzhou - Vietnam routes
  • Container shipping rates - over their nadir?

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JULY 5, 2016
  • Marine insurers warn shipping of West Africa hostage risk
  • Hanjin Shipping attempting to reschedule USD130 million of debt due in 2017
  • 'Ashamed' DSME vows to regain public trust
  • South Korean carrier HMM looks to boost earnings
  • APM Terminals takes full control of Aarhus
  • Ballast water treatment makers eye completion of USCG environmental testing programme
  • Confidence in China ports hits new low, says SISI

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The Loadstarweb site
JULY 5, 2016
  • Cambodia the new hot-spot for air freight providers as rival Bangladesh falters
  • As Vietnam's exports boom, Cai Mep box terminal prepares for shipping alliance shake-up
  • Dallas Fort Worth set to position itself as the US hub of Asia-Latin America trade
  • FedEx must prepare for battle with Amazon, says former exec
  • Biggest salmon producer wants to farm fish on a containership
  • Cargolux set for a fight as Qatar plans significant increase in Luxembourg flights

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Marine Logweb site
JULY 5, 2016
  • No VGM hitches at APM Terminals
  • New Rimorchiatori Riuniti company orders Damen ASD tug
  • 21,000 TEU box ships to have Wartsila 32 gensets
  • LPG carrier first with "Scrubber Ready" notation
  • Gondan launches first LNG fueled tug built in Europe
  • Clarksons warns of "materially lower" profits
  • Alfa Laval PureBallast completes USCG test procedures
  • Shock test prep costs put dent in Austal profits

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JULY 5, 2016
  • Young Brothers inks deal with Conrad for four new Kapena Class tugboats
  • Diana Shipping sets charter for dry bulk vessel OCEANIS
  • Maritime Administration releases report covering hybrid tugboat battery components
  • Judge sides with Port of Tacoma in slapping down water initiatives
  • Trucking group taps Spear as new president, CEO

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 5, 2016
  • China newbuilding prices yet to bottom out
    Brexit and Korean shipbuilding crisis could work out in favour of Chinese yards
  • Suezmax rates supported by Mediterranean and Iranian trades
    Aframax rates continue slide on surplus tonnage
  • Brexit blues
    What next for shipping, after Britain's vote to leave the EU?
  • Supramax bulker rates jump to eight-month high
    But momentum might be halted by Ramadan holidays soon
  • Olympic Ship wins more time for debt solution
    Standstill agreement lasts until September 16
  • TT Club calls for tighter controls on dangerous goods
    Tianjin casualty shows potential risks of weak regulation
  • Fourth Industrial Revolution signals long-term bearishness for shipping
    Foresight's Mehrotra forecasts lower demand for conventional shipping amid new manufacturing technologies
  • Tilbury data shows many shippers unprepared for VGM
    Almost half of containers arriving at London terminal on day one of new rules failed to provide necessary box weight information
  • China Cosco Shipping and Greece confirm terms of Piraeus deal
    Next step is the actual transaction
  • Ex-Cargill executive Stanley Ryan joins Pacific Basin board
    New non-executive director previously served as independent director and interim chief executive at Eagle Bulk
  • APM Terminals acquires full ownership of terminal in Denmark's largest box port
    Aarhus Service sells APMT its 40% stake in APM Terminals-Aarhus
  • Fincantieri partners CSSC in joint venture to design cruiseships for Asian market
    Carnival Corp will purchase the vessels covered by the JV agreement

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 5, 2016
  • CSX doubles down on intermodal service gains to jumpstart growth
  • India OKs greenfield, deep-sea transshipment hub at Colachel
  • Santos terminal turns to cross docking to protect market share
  • JOC's top US importers scale up via mergers, acquisitions
  • Container shipping rates forecast to rise, but not enough to stop liner losses
  • Russian exporters breeze through early days of SOLAS rule
  • Greece, China Cosco finally seal Piraeus port sale
  • APM Terminals says SOLAS launches 'without incident'
  • West Coast ports regain import market share as peak season nears

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TradeWindsweb site
JULY 5, 2016
  • FreeSeas formally delisted from Nasdaq
    Bulker owner ends 11 year run as company listed on major stock exchange.
  • Kazakh oil project to boost tanker traffic
    Oil major to boost output from Black Sea exporter, but facility not ready until 2022.
  • Eagle Bulk garners $85m cash injection
    Connecticut bulker owner strikes private placement deal to issue shares to help fund potential acquisitions.
  • US panel frees Yang Ming funds in OW spat
    Bunker Holdings appealing decision to reject lien over unpaid fuel deliveries.
  • Docker widow fights judgment for NYK
    Lawyers say there are disputes over facts that prevent a decision before trial in longshoreman's death.
  • Rig count slumps to nearly six-year low
    In negative for offshore vessels, just 18 rigs in the US Gulf mark lowest level since September 2010.
  • 'Habitual liar' Nikitin hid investments from judge
    But private Russian shipowner denies concealing business activities to secure compensation hearing.
  • Soren Skou shoots for top line growth
    New AP Moller chief executive reveals the task ahead after succeeding Nils Andersen.
  • Safe Bulkers firms loan deal with DVB
    New York-quoted owner redraws repayment schedule on $101.2m facility.
  • Dof close to finishing line in refinance race
    Oslo-listed shipowner wins backing of bondholders as key milestone is crossed off.
  • SCI shares sprint as Iranian sailings resume
    Indian owner's stock running hot as it prepares to end four-year gap in Iran visits.
  • Samsung Heavy workers set to strike
    Shipbuilder will see partial walkout on Thursday, report says.
  • Jefferies sees BP boost for LNG
    US investment bank says Indonesian upgrade will help balance market.
  • SCF fights Nikitin's $388m claim
    London hearing will focus on what private Russian owner would have done with cash frozen by state company ahead of massive fraud trial.
  • Stig Remoy strikes summer debt deal
    Olympic Shipping secures repayment relief as restructuring efforts continue.
  • Sea Trucks clinches pipelay contract
    Middle East owner sending ship to Argentina for work on Magallanes field.
  • Stream back in Japan for newbuildings
    Utkilen-backed company said to have contracted chemical tankers at Fukuoka.
  • Morgan Stanley tips VLCC rates rise
    China shipments will help drive earnings, Fotis Giannakoulis says.
  • Fred Olsen cruiseship hit by fire
    Passengers being flown home from Madeira after blaze knocks out cables to two engines.
  • Second ex-DSME CEO summoned in fraud probe
    Ko Jae-ho questioned over alleged accounts manipulation at restructuring shipyard.
  • Korean shipyard orders hit 20-year low
    Clarksons says new contract levels in first half the worst since its records began; global orders down 73%.
  • Iran fights off tanker attack in Gulf
    Flotilla of gunmen flee in Bab-el-Mandeb strait after confronted by navy destroyer.
  • Uni-Tankers full year result sets new record
    Danish tanker says it is now reaping the benefits of major initiatives carried out in 2012.
  • Deutsche Bank slashes tanker duo's estimates
    Euronav and Scorpio Tankers forecast to see much weaker performances than forecast, says analyst.
  • Singapore authorities detain local product tanker
    Busy week for admiralty sheriff as another tanker joins growing number of ships held in Lion Republic.

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American Shipperweb site
JULY 5, 2016
  • DHL expands evening parcel deliveries in Germany
  • Drewry anticipates container freight rates will rise
  • APMT reports 'smooth transition' as VGM rule takes effect
  • WIN launches new mobile app
  • GRI Roundup: Maersk Line, CMA CGM, Hapag-Lloyd and MOL
  • Executive Moves: Deutsche Lufthansa and Virgin Atlantic Cargo
  • TransForce adds Canadian driver pool

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 5, 2016
  • Expansion at Chevron's Tengiz oil field gets go-ahead
  • TANKERS: Worldscale rates rise at Bahrain port: Worldscale Association
  • St Petersburg bunker prices rise on costlier refinery output: sources
  • Unique Shipping's new LPG carrier first vessel classified 'scrubber ready' by DNV GL
    Have a hybrid scrubber system installed.
  • TENDER DATA: Pakistan's PSO seeks 1.17 mil mt of HSFO for Aug-Oct
    PSO last bought 130,000 mt of similar product at $15.50 to $16.95/mt premium.
  • Portugal's Ecoslops on track to produce 30,000 mt/year recycled marine fuel in 2017
    Volume of slops collected each month doubled.
  • Singapore oil trader Kuo's legal tussle seen unlikely to impact market
    Not something that will happen overnight, say sources.




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