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02 April 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 06:05 GMT+2




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Sched Netweb site
MAY 11, 2016
  • Sustaining HIT's leading role as transshipment hub with barge quay cranes
  • Port of Charleston to weigh boxes for US$25 apiece to provide VGM
  • PSA invests in start-ups to gain innovative logistics via IoT, AI, cloud
  • China vows reciprocal trouble over its claim to disputed South China Seas
  • Agility Q1 profit up 10.9pc to US$43.4 million as sales fall 6.1pc
  • First quarter that no box ship orders are placed since 2009, says BIMCO
  • JAXPORT handles 16pc more Asian container in first half of FY2016
  • APSEZ 's pre-tax profit surges 26pc to US$474 million
  • Another 24-hour Greek seamen's strike as union stages walkout surprise
  • Sri Lankan shipping ministry stresses importance of women's participation
  • HK temporary navigational channels during bridge deck building works
  • Australia withdraws ban on air cargo, UK ban expected to be lifted soon
  • Indonesia's wooing of foreign investors faces transport capacity obstacles
  • Brussels Airlines, Lufthansa see fall in cargo after airport terror attack

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Exim Indiaweb site
MAY 10, 2016
  • A weak year for box production seen as prices reach new lows
  • ASIC comments on proposed revision in Kolkata Port's scale of rates
  • IRClass releases IR-HULL software
  • Maersk Line delivers breakeven result despite record low freight rates
  • MOL announces upgrade of Asia services
  • MOL reaches formal agreement towards conclusion of a charter contract for Uruguay LNG FSRU project
  • DP World launches pioneering global education programme
  • Major Ports add highest-ever capacity in 2015-16
  • Seminar on managing change & effective leadership organised at JNPT-APEC Port Training Centre
  • Toll being collected only from port-related traffic at Nhava Sheva
  • TRAFFIC HANDLED AT MAJOR PORTS

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International Transport Journalweb site
MAY 11, 2016
  • «A pivotal year for us»
  • Successful presentation of East World Express
  • Singpost net profit hits record high
  • Harnessing up for LNG in Indonesia
  • Lady leading in Liege
  • 2+4 conversion orders for Aeronautical Engineers
  • Rail infrastructure renewal in California and Arkansas
  • New Indian service centre
  • Tonnage up, freight revenue down for biggest cargo carrier
  • Increasing numbers of LHVs on German roads
  • Jaxport's growth driven by Asia volumes
  • Promotion at Air Partner
  • Etihad's management structure amended
  • Chinese drones to deliver manufactured organs for transplant
  • New link from Germany to Moscow
  • Tarros extending Adriatic service
  • Cargo handling costs up in 2015

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IHS Maritimeweb site
MAY 10, 2016
  • SEA Europe says US is being held back by Jones Act
  • Foreign ships could lose out on Indian coastal work
  • New guidelines aim to cut container fire threat
  • MISC sells logistics arm for USD88.9 million
  • Japan announces further investment in Vietnamese ports and roads
  • HMM to meet bond holders by 1 June
  • MOL, Gas Sayago reach formal agreement for Uruguay LNG FSRU project
  • Two chemical tankers explode off Nanjing, two dead
  • Liners set to lose USD10 billion in 2016 as rates fall, cost savings shrink
  • Profit at MHI's shipbuilding division, loss at KHI and MES
  • HHI to offer voluntary retirement and close docks amid order drought
  • Nine arrested by Indonesian Navy in first oil cargo theft bid of 2016
  • MOL and Wan Hai to launch Indian service
  • No bright spots for container makers this year
  • PSA to invest USD14.6 million in start-ups
  • Astilleros Gondan wins option SOV vessel
  • US crude tanker volumes to rise in Alberta fire aftermath

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The Loadstarweb site
MAY 10, 2016
  • Emirates announces record annual profit, but warns against protectionism abroad
  • Equipment lessors suffer along with shipping lines as the weak market pushes box prices down
  • PSA Singapore follows Lufthansa with hi-tech incubator platform for logistics start-ups
  • Analysis: short-term pain for long-term gain at APM Terminals, while Damco shines
  • Questions as FedEx and UPS both announce surcharges on ground packages
  • CMA CGM switches biggest ship on TransPac to Asia-Europe as freight rates sink

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Marine Logweb site
MAY 10, 2016
  • Genting opens new Lloyd Werft Design Center
  • Third LNG fueled PSV goes to work for Shell in Gulf
  • LNG fueled bulkers to have PM shaft generators
  • BAE Norfolk gets $52.4 million LHD-3 award

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World Wide Shipperweb site
MAY 10, 2016
  • Corps' Seattle District Commander denies Gateway Pacific Terminal permit
  • Vancouver Fraser Port Authority presents annual environmental awards
  • Off-duty CBP officers respond to three car accident
  • Drewry container equipment report sees drop in average box prices
  • Inchcape Shipping Services promotes Stacie Speckman

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MAY 10, 2016
  • Chinese lessors eye cheap financing from overseas bond markets
    Interest rates can be as low as 2%
  • View from the Bridge: Christian Razon Gonzalez
    From forklift operator to heir apparent, ICTSI's Christian Razon Gonzalez has seen enough of container terminals to have strong views about the business
  • Suezmax and aframax rates endure double-digit falls in May
    Mood generally lacklustre amid oversupply of tonnage in benchmark trades
  • Supramax rates reverse into a steady decline
    Rates across all major routes fall with weaker east coast South America trades
  • Norway offshore and shipping may face consolidation, Holth warns
    Economic downturn deep and rapid, according to DNB banker with $25bn industry exposure
  • Analysts stand by multi-billion dollar loss forecast for carriers
    Carriers' efforts to reduce units costs will be unable to compensate for unprecedented low freight rates, says Drewry
  • Libyan crude loadings continue to suffer on lack of stability
    Shipments in single digits expected to continue as wrangling persists
  • York-Antwerp changes could cut insurance general average exposure by 20%, IUMI claims
    Comité Maritime International backs YAR 2016 rewrite
  • Indonesian Navy arrests product tanker hijackers
    Tanker crew found unharmed with cargo intact
  • Roppestad hails steady Gard surplus despite $53m investment hit
    Biggest payout was on another club's pool claim, chief executive reveals
  • Hyundai Heavy Industries faces tougher restructuring cuts
    Group has streamlined operations and cut 25% of its management but faces a further drop in new orders
  • Havila out of the red but not out of the woods
    OSV operator returns a quarterly profit as debt repayments remain on hold
  • Philly Shipyard's rise in earnings is subject to accounting method
    IFRS rules would hit the value placed on four out of eight vessels under construction at end of first quarter
  • Gard sees surplus steady at $85m
    Combined ratio falls to just 83%
  • Iran April oil exports hit highest level since sanctions removal
    More room for exports in coming months
  • StealthGas secures financing for gas carrier quartet
    Newbuildings to be delivered in 2017 as $140m funding gets green light
  • Berlian Laju Tanker reports net profit for 2015 fiscal year
    Improved results follow a number of restructuring measures
  • Genco posts wider loss for first quarter of 2016
    Weak spot market rates in dry bulk weigh on results
  • Swissco expects first-quarter net loss
    Prolonged downturn in oil and gas industry weigh on results
  • Discharge delays and fresh cargoes push VLCC earnings up 50%
    List of available spot vessels not excessively long for this week

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MAY 10, 2016
  • NY-NJ port terminal to offer SOLAS weighing to shippers for a fee
  • Third major shipping alliance on the cusp of announcement
  • LTL carrier A. Duie Pyle expands dedicated logistics business
  • Largest terminals at India's leading port join productivity-boosting initiative
  • Low oil price fuels big profit gain at Nippon Express
  • Israel to scrutinize SOLAS verified gross mass declarations
  • Diversified buys Savannah, Charleston breakbulk terminals
  • US containerized importers forecast to pull back slightly
  • Virginia port revises approach to SOLAS container weight rule
  • Florida port plans forest products terminal
  • HMM sets creditor meeting to propose debt repayment plan
  • MOL, Wan Hai team up to target intra-Asia trade
  • North Europe ports tapped as best gateways for Asia cargo
  • Japan bets on Vietnam port business
  • Carriers face losses billions in 2016 as rates and cost savings fall
  • No escape from bad year as box makers hit by falling prices

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TradeWindsweb site
MAY 10, 2016
  • BlackRock building position at Tidewater
    US investment management firm lifts stake in offshore vessel giant to 10%.
  • Maersk Line boxship suitable for towage
    Danish company says crewmembers of a vessel involved in collision on Saturday remain safe.
  • Navig8 Product Tankers builds profit
    Expanding fleet gives UK-based owner a boost in the first quarter.
  • Gary Smith resigns at Golar LNG
    Oscar Spieler will replace outgoing boss as part of organisational reshuffle.
  • RCCL locks Pullmantur brand into PE deal
    Cruiseship giant to form joint venture with Madrid's Springwater Capital while retaining ship ownership.
  • Fesco skips bond payment as it reviews financing
    Russian shipowner keeps hold of cash during strategic review of balance sheet.
  • OSG profit jumps as tanker rates rise
    US owner's revenue days increase in first quarter after ULCC is reactivated.
  • TNG edges up first quarter earnings
    Croatian owner boosted by having full tanker fleet at its disposal.
  • Egypt clears Iranian tankers to use Suez pipeline
    Government says NITC vessels can now lift oil at Alexandria for European discharge.
  • Tamai Steamship swings to a loss
    Japanese owner sees red ink in full year bottom line as revenue slips.
  • Holland & Knight expands into the UK
    US law firm beefing up maritime finance and aviation operations with Clark Ricketts staffers.
  • Braemar ACM's Charlie Peile dies
    Well-known LNG industry expert and broker's desk head leaves the stage at 62.
  • DOF ties up offshore duo down under
    Norwegian owner wins four-month deals for anchor-handlers with Schlumberger.
  • Solstad turns a profit and amends contracts
    Norwegian offshore vessel owner eases loan covenants as it benefits from currency gains in Q1.
  • The sunken lighthouse: a TradeWinds podcast
    The second episode of this audio podcast series explores the history of the company that owned El Faro.
  • Gard to again cut cost of cover
    P&I premium to be discounted by $37m as Rolf Thore Roppestad reports highly profitable year.
  • Ulstein looks elsewhere after 2015 loss
    Norwegian shipbuilding group sets its sights on wind and patrol vessel markets after weak performance.
  • MOL clinches FSRU charter deal
    Japanese owner is closing on final agreement for LNG project off Uruguay.
  • MOL merges two Asian liner services
    Japanese owner combines Indian and Hong Kong runs.
  • Havila Shipping back in black
    Restructuring offshore owner sees financial costs slashed.
  • Ocean Yield fixes $200m loan for LEG ships
    Norwegian owner finances new gas vessels over 10 years as Q1 profit drops.
  • Hijacked product tanker recovered off Indonesia
    Authorities cite good regional cooperation and collaboration for swift arrest of nine suspects.
  • Navigator Holdings profit heads lower in first quarter
    Higher costs and lower utilization take their toll at Wilbur Ross-backed LPG carrier owner.
  • Icon Offshore ties up two to ExxonMobil
    Malaysian-listed offshore vessel operator adds $10.5m to order backlog with latest charters.
  • Swissco Holdings latest company to issue profit warning
    Singapore-listed offshore vessel operator expects to report loss in the first quarter.

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American Shipperweb site
MAY 10, 2016
  • NEWS FLASH: Turkish firm in the running to buy controlling interest in largest U.S. stevedore?
  • Great Lakes limestone trade thrives in April
  • Dry shipping container prices fall to lowest level since 2002
  • Commentary: Can anyone stop Amazon's supply chain takeover?
  • FedEx partners with EBay for spring cleaning project
  • UK preparing to send largest-ever U.S. wheat shipment
  • Hyundai Merchant shares slip amid charter rate talks
  • The difference between visibility and global TMS
  • Fish and Wildlife Service begins ACE data test
  • COSCO, CSCL stocks surge in Shanghai, Hong Kong
  • MISC to divest integrated logistics unit for $63.5m

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MAY 10, 2016
  • Maersk Line to move vessel to safe location after collision off China's Ningbo
    The Safmarine Meru was en route from Qingdao to Ningbo when it collided with Northern Jasper.
  • Dry bulk carrier to test Panama Canal's new Atlantic-facing locks
    Transits will also enable pilots, tugboat captains to practise operating within expanded Canal.
  • New Panamax dry bulk carrier to test Panama Canal's new Atlantic-facing locks
    Transits will also enable pilots, tugboat captains to practise operating within expanded Canal.
  • USGC HSFO-Brent spread narrowest since February on exports
    Through Monday, 1.71 million barrels of USGC 3%S have traded during the Platts Market on Close assessment process.
  • Oil futures decline as weather aids fight against Alberta fires
    Production losses have included Suncor Canada shutting 300,000 b/d of output, as well as Syncrude Canada lowering production by an undisclosed amount.




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