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03 April 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 10:53 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
MAY 10, 2016
  • Maersk's 4,650-TEU ship in collision with 8,400-TEUer off Ningbo
  • Hanjin, HMM disasters blamed on two widows who ran shipping giants
  • Ship veterans hold reunion at Port Klang to mark Nedlloyd's pioneering days
  • Colombo expects 10pc more box volume in 2016, but fears ability to cope
  • Oakland sustains export rebound, up 7pc in April, rises 8.3pc year to date
  • HSBC: Mega ships, alliances risk more congestion, carrier dominance
  • Eurozone posts 0.6pc quarterly GDP gain, back to pre-crisis levels
  • Maltese-flagged tanker stopped from loading at oil export terminal in Libya
  • UPS unveils updated hybrid electric fleet to extend range
  • China's demand for foreign goods still high despite new taxes
  • Europe Cargo completes balancing act with 30,000 tonnes of aluminium
  • Air New Zealand settles for US$35 million fearing injustice from US court
  • Tianjin Cargo Airlines launched to tap into exploding e-commerce growth
  • HNA Group reportedly mulls bid for Singapore Logistics firm CWT
  • Singapore's CAAS, Airways New Zealand agree to promote learning in aviation
  • Air France-KLM Cargo exec warns that boom years will not return
  • Four Asian airlines, including Cathay, suffer declines in March cargo demand

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Exim Indiaweb site
MAY 9, 2016
  • Bureau Veritas pursues external growth strategy with acquisition of TMC Marine
  • Europe Cargo balancing act with 30,000 t of aluminium
  • MOL launches coastal LNG shuttle transport project in Indonesia
  • New CMA CGM agency in San Juan (Puerto Rico)
  • New guidelines published for carriage of calcium hypochlorite in containers
  • SCFI Asia-Northern Europe spot rates drop again
  • Three Bangladeshi vessels allowed to operate under India-Bangladesh agreement on coastal shipping
  • Ex-im Analytics Dashboard launched
  • Market coverage under MEIS extended to all countries
  • Cochin Port hosting bunker meet on May 13
  • Nepal trade resurrected at Haldia Port through HICT
  • Rotterdam celebrates 50 years as largest container port in Europe
  • Sagarmala proposes 29 port-based / coastal industrial clusters across 14 coastal economic zones
  • DMICDC planning Logistics Data Bank to bring efficiency to logistics, supply chain environment through use of IT
  • N. Rama Krishna takes charge as General Manager (Marketing & Sales) of Kribhco Infrastructure
  • Analysis of India's foreign trade 2015-16
  • Cabinet approves RBI & Central Bank of UAE MoU for cooperation in currency swap agreement
  • IMO takes further action on climate change
  • Maharashtra likely to get water transport regulator
  • Onion Story

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International Transport Journalweb site
MAY 10, 2016
  • Support young talent
  • Plan developed for third-party minority holding
  • Ferguson converting sawmill site to logistics hub
  • Contship mourns a founding father
  • A Mexican Corona - just what Zim fancies
  • Amazon does it again - with Atlas Air
  • Chinese investing in Moscow-Kazan HS rail link
  • Maiden calls at La Spezia and Liverpool
  • Rail links for northeastern India
  • Top level promotion at Greencarrier
  • Liege airport ready to make horses jump to Rio
  • Qantas partnering Australia Post
  • Simon Israel to chair Sing Post
  • NOL Group still not bottomed out
  • Savilles fleet augmented
  • New warehouses near Cologne

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IHS Maritimeweb site
MAY 9, 2016
  • US crude tanker volumes to rise in Alberta fire aftermath
  • India offers reasons for optimism and caution for maritime sector
  • Change of mindset key to success in Indian infrastructure development
  • Chinese shipyards facing collapse
  • Quarter billion dollar loss on the cards for NOL, says Singapore bank
  • KR seals JV with Iranian counterpart
  • MISC core profit drops below expectations, says bank
  • SPP Shipbuilding returns to black
  • Operator of new Colombo container terminal to be selected by 1Q17
  • Moody's downgrades reflect woes at MOL and 'K' Line
  • Two dead, 17 missing after ship collision off East China
  • Polaris claims new era in Finnish icebreaking
  • Vallianz secures long-term contract worth USD63 million
  • Maersk container ship catches fire in collision off China

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The Loadstarweb site
MAY 9, 2016
  • A strong Q1 and Agility unfolds roadmap to grow profits by 800% in next four years
  • Lufthansa Cargo takes a hi-tech route to give logistics start-ups a better chance of success
  • Despite 'early gains', container lines are in for another year of losses, says Drewry
  • What increasing transparency in ocean shipping could teach the air cargo industry
  • UK parliamentary committee backs Heathrow expansion
  • Maersk Safmarine ship suffers severe damage after collision

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Marine Logweb site
MAY 9, 2016
  • Tier III compliant WinGD engine passes shop test
  • Nine Maersk newbuilds to have GE shaft generator systems
  • Rolls-Royce designs and equips new U.K. polar ship
  • Gibbs & Cox awarded NSWC contract
  • Hyundai Heavy cuts management jobs, may close dry docks
  • Ostensjo orders second wind farm SOV
  • Alfa Laval shrinks its SOX scrubber
  • Wartsila power for first U.K-built dual fuel ships

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World Wide Shipperweb site
MAY 9, 2016
  • Harley Marine Services orders pair of new tugs
  • Inchcape Shipping Services warns of extended strike action in Greece
  • FESCO stops payment on Senior Secured Notes
  • Port Angeles Port Commission holds timber discussion session
  • Drewry Tanker Forecaster report eyes state of newbuilding orders

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MAY 9, 2016
  • Dr Peters sells older VLCC for $25m
    Sale highlights declining values for tankers
  • Odfjell to cancel four gas carrier newbuildings in China
    Norwegian owner is evaluating its gas carrier investments, having only returned to the sector in 2012
  • Investors hunt for bargain tanker stocks
    Cheap shares could spur fresh long-term investment
  • Handysize bulker rally finally comes to a halt
    Lack of fresh inquiries drags down rates
  • New alliances under the spotlight
    2M and Ocean Alliance look evenly matched
  • Chinese fishing boat sinks after bulk carrier collision
    Seventeen out of 19 crew from fishing vessel still missing
  • Thamesport to be redeveloped as breakbulk facility
    Hutchison's struggling container terminal near London now heading for new future
  • Maersk Tankers gets satisfaction as it rakes in $48m
    A focus on daily running costs and higher utilisation prop up previously struggling Danish tanker company
  • Nordic American Tankers posts $29.3m profit
    New York-listed suezmax owner argues a ship's quality is more important than its age
  • Price drop continues for Chinese newbuildings
    Tanker, bulker and boxship newbuilding prices have fallen, according to brokers
  • Vallianz posts stable net profit for first quarter amid cost-saving measures
    Administrative expenses fall by 28% year on year to $4m
  • MISC first-quarter profit lifted by LNG and petroleum shipping segments
    LNG segment recognised compensation made for early termination of time charter contracts
  • Vard mulls options for vessel under construction as Harkand enters administration
    Contract to build vessel was signed in December 2013
  • Scorpio Tankers secures $44m loan facility to refinance two tankers
    Facility arranged by NIBC Bank
  • Maersk Line vessel and German ship collide off China
    Update: Northern Jasper in ballast at time of accident, Safmarine Maru loaded with 400 containers
  • Shipping on the frontier
    Merchant ships' humanitarian aid to migrants in the Mediterranean will continue to be required despite the EU's new arrangements with Turkey

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MAY 9, 2016
  • California drayage companies cool to classification amnesty
  • Roadrunner pursues US-bound LTL freight from Canadian ports
  • BNSF profit plummets despite healthy intermodal gain
  • Moody's downgrades 'K' Line, reviews MOL
  • Global shipments of small aircraft grounded in first quarter
  • Calcium hypochlorite shippers get new guidance
  • India, Iran moving forward on redeveloping Chabahar port
  • Sri Lanka to pick new Colombo terminal operator by year's end
  • Falling contract rates shift Maersk's focus more to spot market
  • Air New Zealand settles US cargo price-fixing suit

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TradeWindsweb site
MAY 9, 2016
  • Panama Papers: new tool for the lawyers
    Litigators chasing shipping assets have new trove of data; thousands of shipping-related entities named.
  • Moody's 'negative' on Navios Acquisition
    Ratings agency affirms 'B2' rating for Navios Maritime Acquisition spinoff but warns of help to parent company.
  • Golar LNG looks to Kosmos for FLNG prospect
    New York-listed company believed to be targeting project off Senegal and Mauritania, Wells Fargo says after major gas find.
  • Evercore ups NAT estimate on tanker buy
    Evercore outlook improves after expansion play with four suezmax tankers.
  • Sado Steamship loss swells in first quarter
    Tokyo-listed ferry owner logs $7.15m loss as revenue dips.
  • Philly Shipyard pays special dividend
    Oslo-listed shipbuilder improves its Q1 profit and shares $45.4m with shareholders.
  • NAT estimate upped on tanker buy
    Evercore outlook improves after expansion play with four suezmax tankers.
  • StealthGas secures $140m for new ships
    Greek owner taps unnamed lenders to fund 22,000-cbm LPG ships coming in 2017.
  • Great Eastern raising $38m in debt sale
    Indian owner cleared to issue non-convertible debentures.
  • Ostensjo orders new SOV for DONG
    Norwegian owner wins optional second ship to serve UK wind farm for Danish group.
  • Odfjell likely to tear up orders for LPG quartet
    Norwegian owner re-evaluating gas carrier investment after delays in China.
  • Expanded Nordic American Tanker pushes up Q1 profit
    New York-listed suezmax specialist increases revenue following recent acquisitions.
  • GasLog advances FSRU move
    Greek owner believes partnerships will be key to developing projects.
  • Panama disowns abandoned tanker
    Flag state says stranded Tamaya 1 was sold and transferred to Nigerian flag last year.
  • HHI could close drydocks in order slump
    Korean shipbuilder also wants more voluntary retirements after chopping 25% of high-level workers last month.
  • Wartsila scoops dual-fuel ferry deal
    Finnish group supplying propulsion systems for CalMac's new vessels in Scotland.
  • Economou's TMS cooperating with Chinese death probe
    Manager says Greek bulker anchored off China for investigation into fishing boat collision that killed two and left 17 missing.
  • SCI urged to start ordering again
    Parliamentary panel recommends state owner reactivates newbuilding plans to replace elderly tonnage with eco-ships.
  • PSA looks to start-ups to 'disrupt' industry
    Singapore terminal operator hopes new venture capital arm can prove to be a game-changer.
  • Pangaea amends COA after client goes bust
    Bulker owner takes less money for shipments after aluminium producer files for bankruptcy.
  • Boss buys Harkand's US, Africa units
    Administrator Deloitte sells two of bankrupt subsea player's business to US managers.
  • Reach Subsea wins research contract
    Norwegian owner using GC Rieber ship for work on the mid-Atlantic ridge.
  • Siem Shipping makes strong start to 2016
    Reefer specialist posts positive result despite average market rate hitting four-year low.
  • Vallianz clinches Middle East time charter contract
    With latest deal Singapore-listed offshore company closes on order backlog of close to $1bn.
  • Pyxis Tankers sees weaker start to 2016
    Greek MR specialist expects charter rates to be soft primarily based on seasonal influences.
  • Vard exposed to Harkand bankruptcy
    Singapore-listed shipbuilder said to be evaluating options for orphaned DSV newbuilding.
  • Maersk Line crew forced to abandon fire-hit ship
    All crew accounted for after collision with German boxship 120 miles east of Ningbo, China.
  • MISC set for strong 2016 after bullish start
    Weak offshore performance more than compensated for by results at tanker and LNG arms.

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American Shipperweb site
MAY 9, 2016
  • JAXPORT sees trade with Asia grow
  • Maersk establishes partnership with GE
  • As pollution from online shopping grows, London funds a solution
  • Maersk containership catches fire after colliding with another vessel
  • Husqvarna to build large DC in S.C.
  • Maersk CEO: Negative interest rates 'unhealthy' for global shipping market
  • China exports stabilize in April amid currency weakness
  • Livingston expands in Asia
  • Allport to use GT Nexus supply chain platform
  • Drewry: Ocean carriers could lose $6b-$10b in 2016
  • PSA International creates venture fund

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MAY 9, 2016
  • LNG, methanol ''most promising'' alternatives to current bunker fuel: EC
    Move comes as EU looks to shift 30% of road transport load to inland waterway systems by 2030.
  • Taiwan's CPC to carry out maintenance on No. 1 Taichung barge end-May to end-Aug
    Supplies of 380 CST at Taichung suspended during maintenance.

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