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Sched Netweb site
JULY 8, 2016
  • Dutch dock talks end with union leaders accepting job security till 2020
  • Grounded Maersk ship delays southbound Suez convoy eight hours
  • Sickly HMM plans to run 6 new 10,000-TEUers, join 2M, dominate Mideast
  • Philippines' Hague court plea denies China's historic rights: Xinhua
  • CMA CGM's Kingston Container Terminal transshipment hub now operational
  • China's biggest online retailer says falling pound will boost UK exports
  • Brexit could impact China's exports to Europe, say analysts
  • Piling works to be done off Hong Kong's Causeway Bay typhoon shelter
  • Adani meets Tamil Nadu premier on expanding Kattupalli near to Chennai
  • Mumbai port deploys IT, off-dock facilities to cut congestion
  • Savings, peace of mind result from finding leaks in reefer ships
  • Global air freight load factor falls 1.6pc points in 2015: IATA report
  • Finnair Cargo aims to expand volume with 19 new A350-XWBs
  • Australia approves Queensland cargo hub to export farm produce
  • Etihad Cargo offers 20pc off to fly cars with biz class passengers

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Exim Indiaweb site
JULY 7, 2016
  • "K" Line & KLPL to invest in next-generation VLCCs & AFRAMAXES
  • Handling dangerous goods seen as a global concern
  • HMM mulling joining 2M
  • Sanjiv Potnis is the new Chairman of BOFBA
  • JNPT commences tree plantation drive
  • KPT Chairman inspects ongoing work at the Port
  • Mormugao Port registers 46 pc growth in cargo handling in June 2016
  • India up 19 positions in World Bank's 'Logistics Performance Index 2016'
  • IMC launching International ADR Centre today
  • Post-Brexit, Indian companies can expect deregulated market in Britain, seminar told

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International Transport Journalweb site
JULY 8, 2016
  • On the hook
  • Truck on fire - help at hand!
  • Port of Guadeloupe shoulders AVIP role
  • Italy and Russian snuggling up closer
  • Enhancing services in Veneto
  • Scandlines beats 2007 record
  • Farewell Martinair's MD-11F fleet
  • Recruitment specialist augments UK team
  • USA: Atlantic gateway project going ahead
  • Peace at the port of Rotterdam?
  • Innovative "wing lift" system speeds up box loading
  • App for independent forwarders Forwarding & Logistics
  • Fiata welcomes 41 new members in June
  • Kazakhstan establishing new national goods carrier
  • CMA CGM's strategic footprint in the Caribbean
  • China Eastern from Nanjing to Southeast Asia

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JULY 7, 2016
  • US officials wrangle over port security risks
  • Why Skou's strategic review matters far beyond Maersk
  • Stolt-Nielsen beats expectations in second quarter
  • Keppel wins USD89 million of contracts
  • Ilshin Shipping books LNG-fuelled bulker from HMD
  • Taiwan's growing petrochemical trade to boost pressurised gas carriers
  • 'K' Line on tanker newbuilding spree
  • China, Malaysia in talks to build third Port Klang terminal
  • Kinder Morgan signs USD900 million deal with steel giant Nucor

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The Loadstarweb site
JULY 7, 2016
  • EC accepts carrier proposals on rate announcements and closes antitrust case
  • Freight groups cheer decision for new lorry park near Dover to replace Operation Stack
  • Be bold and build - post-Brexit UK must be able to compete, say business leaders
  • Air cargo industry fury at new Customs penalties in the Bahamas
  • Deutsche Bank to sell $1bn of shipping debt to boost capital
  • Upward momentum in FTKs stalls in 2016, says IATA

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Marine Logweb site
JULY 7, 2016
  • Metal Shark, Horizon Shipbuilding to build NYC ferries
  • MTU marine gas engine completes 3,000 hours testing
  • Keppel and Shell form LNG bunkering JV
  • Optimarin BWTS completes USCG testing
  • Two more Great Lakes bulkers to fit Dupont scrubbers
  • Allision disrupts Steam Ship Authority ferry services
  • Keppel Shipyard books four contracts

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JULY 7, 2016
  • Port of Coos Bay nets grant to upgrade rail line tunnels
  • The Greenbrier Companies releases third quarter numbers
  • Unions plan 'hour of silence' today to honor dockworkers who have died
  • EU Commission ends investigation into carrier rate increase announcements
  • US rail carload traffic down during month of June

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 7, 2016
  • VLGC rates fall below $25 per tonne for first time since November 2009
    Large newbuilding deliveries and soft tonne-mile demand weigh on rates
  • Stolt-Nielsen on verge of placing multiple LNG carrier order
    New ships will serve Sardinian LNG project
  • Deutsche Bank $1bn shipping debt offload reports downplayed
    Private equity tabling bids at 80% of NAV for worst RBS loans
  • US gasoline glut strains MR tanker rates
    LR trades also show weakness after pre-Eid Al-Fitr bookings
  • Mitsui OSK Kinkai confirms order for three MPVs
    Order adds to six vessels booked at Honda Heavy Industries last year
  • European Commission closes investigation into carrier price signalling
    Update: Brussels ends five years of legal limbo by accepting commitments from container lines on price transparency
  • Landmark agreement brings an end to Rotterdam labour dispute
    Trade unions to advise members to vote in favour of new deal that guarantees job security through to July 1, 2020
  • Stolt-Nielsen benefits from robust COA demand
    Owner of world's largest listed chemical tanker fleet remains cautious over prospects for chemical tankers
  • New industry body for bulk terminals
    Association of Bulk Terminal Operators to deal with commercial and environmental issues
  • Hanjin starts talks to reschedule part of $2.2bn debt repayment
    Korean shipping line says part of $2.2bn debt repayment set to mature in second half of 2016
  • Arrested Chinese bulker sold for $8.6m
    Sale of five-year-old post-panamax Ao Hong Ma comes as secondhand dry tonnage buying heats up
  • K Line orders five tankers as part of fleet upgrading plan
    Japanese shipyards Kawasaki Heavy Industries and Namura Shipbuilding clinch contracts
  • Scorpio Tankers secures $300m loan facility to refinance debt
    Three banks to provide term loan of up to $200m and a revolving loan of up to $100m
  • Wärtsilä wins engine contract for six newbuild CSCL boxships
    The 24 nine-cylinder Wärtsilä 32 Auxpac generating sets will power six 21,000 teu ships
  • Maersk Line vessel refloated after running aground in Suez Canal
    Maersk Shams being assessed for damage at the Suez Canal anchorage
  • India to build major port in bid to be global transhipment hub
    Special purpose vehicle will be formed to develop new port at Enayam in country's southeast

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 7, 2016
  • One-hour longshore stoppage doesn't faze U.S., European ports
  • Debate reignites over container scanning of US imports
  • New rail transfer yard extends Oakland's export reach
  • EU trust busters accept liners' new pricing practices
  • Largest ship to call at NY-NJ highlights port productivity challenges
  • Santos labor dispute delays ships, rolls cargo
  • Better market access helps drive Chinese e-commerce splurge
  • Logistics tech sector funding surges to cut market inefficiencies

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TradeWindsweb site
JULY 7, 2016
  • Evidence spat over Flaminia death claim
    Stolt, Conti and NSB resist effort by lawyers for crewman's widow to put claims on separate track in containership explosion case.
  • ITF bashes Argentina 'control' of union
    Complaint filed with ILO over move to put pro-government lawmaker at helm of country's top maritime union.
  • Nigerian oil restart may help tankers
    Output from Africa's largest oil producer should grow as export terminals restart.
  • Seaport ratchets down tanker estimates
    But analyst Magnus Fyhr keeps positive stance on stocks on expectations that price disconnect will narrow.
  • Brussels accepts liners' anti-trust pledge
    The world's biggest liner companies are about to change the way they announce price increases.
  • Keppel strikes new deals; forms Shell JV
    Singaporean shipbuilder wins contracts worth $89m and starts new LNG business with oil major.
  • P&O sees rise in Anglo-Belgian business
    UK ferry operator reports record volumes on its Zeebrugge-Tilbury service.
  • Fixing frenzy boosts offshore rates
    Five rig moves deplete North Sea spot tonnage as earnings jump.
  • Xeneta: Expanded Canal means lower rates
    Freight exchange agency says the new Panama Canal could cause fierce competition with negative effects.
  • Rokke's move into Solstad gets green light
    Bondholders at Oslo-listed company provide full support to restructuring plan.
  • Stolt-Nielsen sees orderbook shrinking
    Chief executive sees yard troubles erasing or delaying newbuildings after strong second quarter.
  • Bibby Offshore wins BP charter
    UK owner's OCV to work for oil major in North Sea.
  • Smaller DSME could focus on LNG
    Korean yard's creditors want leaner restructured yard to build gas carriers.
  • GC Rieber sending OCV to Angola
    Norwegian owner shifting Polar Onyx from UK to Africa for new Technip charter.
  • Wisdom Marine interim results down by 26%
    Strengthening yen due to Brexit and weak freight rates take their toll at Taiwanese shipowner.
  • Hyundai Mipo to build LNG-fuelled bulker
    Posco will also be supplying newly developed high manganese steel for ship's fuel tanks.
  • K Line in five tanker newbuilding order spree
    Japanese shipowner giant spreads orders across domestic and Chinese shipbuilders.
  • Maersk Shams refloated in Suez Canal
    Vessel to be assessed for any potential damage that may have occurred from the grounding.

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American Shipperweb site
JULY 7, 2016
  • Port of Oakland opens $100m rail facility
  • European Commission adopts decision in price signaling case
  • IANA launches online 'street turns' platform
  • USDOT reveals tentative awards for U.S.-Havana flights
  • CORRECTION: IATA: Airfreight volumes fall in May
  • Two ICTSI terminals to join FEPORT
  • U.S. trade deficit grows in May
  • Xeneta: Panama Canal expansion could push freight rates further down

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 7, 2016
  • Keppel Offshore, Shell create Singapore LNG bunkering JV
  • Quadrise: Saudi project to take longer but marine project on track
    Marine trial to conclude in early 2017.
  • GLOBAL VLCC TRACKER: Saudi departures, Asian landings see steady rise
  • Fuel oil front month hi-lo swap at 21-month high; tight supply, lower Brent
  • ANALYSIS: Post Brexit uncertainty clouds oil price outlook
  • Nigeria moves to avert oil workers' strike as union insists on downing tools
    Cash call debts of $7 billion owed to foreign partners yet to be settled.
  • TRADER NOTE: BP Singapore fuel oil trader Stanley Ng quits
    Was with the company since November 2010.
  • TRADER NOTE: Bunker fuel trader Peter Ng leaves PTT Singapore
    Was with the company since November 2013.




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