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02 April 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 04:55 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
JULY 11, 2016
  • A-E rate off 22pc to US$932/TEU, falls 19pc to Med, off 4pc to USWC
  • Shanghai first half container volume slips 0.7pc, but increases 2.2pc in June
  • MOL ups rate to US$1,050/TEU, $1,500/FEU from Asia to Caribbean
  • Moody's sounds warning on Taiwan as its relations harden with China
  • Container imports via US west coast regains lost ground from rival east coast
  • Worldgate Express Lines awarded Secured Trade Partnership cert
  • HK's WM Container Line Limited appoints general agent in Singapore
  • Optimarin expects big share of ballast water treatment market
  • EURONAV opts for fuel saving hull performance system
  • Savannah wins US$44 million federal grant to boost rail capacity, speed
  • European air cargo volume rises 2.8pc in May: ACI report
  • Volaris Airlines installs SmartKargo's air cargo management
  • Virgin proves its worth on pharma shipments without IATA's CEIV

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Exim Indiaweb site
JULY 10, 2016
  • CKB Group expands its global horizon
  • Shipowners reject proposals for ships to pay for EU ship recycling licences
  • WSS launches canal transit offer & signs Avance Gas neo-Panamax vessels for opening of new Panama Canal
  • APM Terminals facilities seeing smooth transition to new weight rules as VGM certification takes effect
  • Chennai Port discusses ways of improving handling of granite blocks & cobble stones
  • TDWU observes ITF Action Day for Dockers
  • CONCOR & CWCNSL ink agreement on exclusive access to rail-connected terminals
  • National Green Highways Mission organises workshop on 'Green Highways Project - Way Ahead'
  • TeamLease Skills University & JBS Academy commence joint certificate course in Customs Clearance & Int'l Freight Forwarding
  • Essar Projects wins contract to replace Indian Oil pipeline
  • Importance of patents, trademarks & IPR Policy for economic growth highlighted
  • Indian Chamber welcomes Kerala Budget 2016
  • Queues & chaos are the price of trust deficit

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International Transport Journalweb site
JULY 11, 2016
  • Innovation to the fore
  • Way now paved for Slovak motorway
  • Over 0.6 million sqm build-to suits completed
  • More trains please says Antwerp
  • UK rediscovering its inland waterways
  • Intensifying business relations
  • MSC's COO joins World Shipping Council board
  • Pemco wins P2F conversion contract in China
  • Shifting UK scrap from road to rail
  • New service between New York and Milan
  • DCP enhances directorial landscape
  • Sister plant for Waggonbau Niesky
  • Next generation ships for K Line
  • OMBs oozing confidence
  • Air Partner's "Olympic Express" starts flying to Rio

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JULY 8, 2016
  • Vessel owners reject EC ship recycling fee
  • Kiel opens new forest products terminal
  • Aframax ship orders in 2015 and 2016
  • Triyards' profit falls amid tough market
  • Consultative group formed for South Korea's maritime industry
  • HMM to upsize ships on US East Coast routes following Canal expansion
  • Steep July rate increases start to slide on Asia-Europe trade
  • New India mega-port project hits rocky political waters
  • China Merchants makes second round in bid for Melbourne port
  • Weihai Bank suspends loans to Chinese yard

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The Loadstarweb site
JULY 8, 2016
  • 'Crazy' bout of price-cutting to gain marketshare reignites Asia-Europe rates war
  • E-commerce boom drives demand for B737 freighter conversions higher than supply
  • Container lines offering more concessions adds to rates misery on intra-Asia trades
  • Luxembourg: wondrous Cargolux negotiators and ticking time bombs
  • How those China-Europe 'Silk Road' trains first began
  • Air cargo destinations 'cherry pick' as the peak season turns rotten for exporters
  • Panama Canal expansion opens the way for the largest ship to call at NY/NJ

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Marine Logweb site
JULY 8, 2016
  • Neopanamax is biggest ship to visit Port of NY and NJ
  • Eastern delivers another Z-Tech escort tug
  • Boskalis to shed 24 vessels, costing 650 jobs
  • Halimar Shipyard delivers 205 ft crew supply boat
  • Hyundai MIPO to build world's largest LNG fueled bulker
  • U.S. publishes Final Rule on Arctic OCS drilling
  • Shipowners fight proposal for EU Ship Recycling License

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JULY 8, 2016
  • Congressional team pleased with plan to allow Alaska Airlines Havana flights
  • Vigor Seattle Shipyard marks delivery of new ATB tug to Harley Marine
  • Georgia Ports Authority nets grant to boost Port of Savannah rail capacity
  • Seattle-Tacoma International Airport adding new Volaris flight to Guadalajara
  • American Fast Freight buying Global Transportation Services

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 8, 2016
  • Face-saving end of the price signalling case
    What are the repercussions as the European Commission accepts container lines' commitments over price signalling?
  • Brexit: beyond the doom and gloom
    Industry heavyweights call for action on Brexit shipping opportunities despite current uncertainty
  • You cannot buy this kind of accolade
    Lloyd's List Awards are won through merit and only the very best of those nominated will win
  • Irene Daifas elected chairman of Piraeus Marine Club
    Shipowner is first woman president of club in nearly half a century of history
  • London Gateway chief to leave after only three months in charge
    Exclusive: DP World informs customers of the decision by London Gateway's chief executive Cameron Thorpe to leave the company
  • Asia-Europe rates start inevitable decline
    More than half of July 1 GRIs are wiped off in a week
  • Capesize rates held back by limited activity
    Freight rates may pick up next week as weather disruption in China ties up vessels, broker says
  • Lessons in ship finance
    Scorpio Tankers saves 1% or $3m annually in interest costs through timely debt refinancing
  • MSC reports full weighing compliance in France
    Uptake of VGM rules has been higher than expected, says carrier
  • DSME mired in former management scandal
    Shipbuilder's chief executive calls for a "complete break with the past"
  • Triyards posts lower third-quarter profit and focuses on diversification
    Offshore and marine engineering firm's strategy boosts nine-month revenues
  • Russia's Novatek ships first LNG cargo on spot market
    Gas producer from Russia joins growing pool of LNG vessel charterers
  • Keppel wins $89m marine contracts and starts LNG venture with Shell
    Keppel and Shell create a Singapore joint venture for their LNG bunkering business
  • Genco opts for reverse stock split to remain listed
    Move will reduce the number of common shares outstanding to about 7.4m from about 73.5m
  • Star Bulk Carriers maintains Nasdaq listing
    Star Bulk regains compliance with Nasdaq listing rule following one-for-five reverse stock split
  • Hyundai Mipo Dockyard to build world's largest LNG-fuelled bulker
    Posco's high-manganese steel to be used for the 50,000 dwt energy-efficient vessel

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 8, 2016
  • Ship upsizing no guarantee of trans-Pacific capacity glut
  • New competitor in Mexico's Gulf Coast container market
  • Intermodal group launches app targeting port drivers' empty trips
  • Seesawing spot rates a fact of life on the trans-Pacific
  • Indian container traffic rises as port productivity efforts pay off
  • Project aims to make largest ship to call Wilmington port first of many
  • New deep-sea Indian transshipment port faces political opposition
  • Global air cargo growth slows as industry is set for 'disappointing' 2016
  • Asia-Europe spot rates unable to sustain gains

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TradeWindsweb site
JULY 8, 2016
  • Atlantic pulls down dirty tanker rates
    VLCCs, suezmaxes and aframaxes all see earnings decline this week.
  • Shipping groups oppose EU demo rules
    Two major trade groups take hard line against proposed fee for shipbreaking.
  • Ship lobbyists seek 'breakxit' from EU
    Two major trade groups take hard line against proposed fee for ship breaking.
  • Delta fights Taleveras suit dismissal bid
    Subsidiary of Greek owner resists second effort by affiliate of Nigerian trading group to end US asset seizure case.
  • Neuberger Berman slashes Teekay Corp stake
    Investment advisory firm brings holding in New York-listed tanker owner down to just 2.06%.
  • Bimco aims for better bunkering deals
    Industry body says it wants to lessen counterparty risk with new terms.
  • Torm nets loan for LR2 newbuilds
    Danish owner bags funding from the Export-Import Bank of China.
  • CS Stealth released from arrest by Geden
    Stealth Maritime chief executive says security posted 'under protest' amid long-running dispute with Turkish owner.
  • Boskalis in 'drastic' cull of 650 staff
    Peter Berdowski says cuts are unavoidable in face of new reality.
  • Capesize scrapping slips below 2015
    Alibra says 64 capes have been scrapped this year.
  • Stolt-Nielsen set to strike with LNG order
    Oslo-listed owner has picked the yard to construct its ships for the Sardinia project.
  • Crew thwart Nigerian pirate attack
    Retreat to citadel saves tanker boarded by gunmen on Friday.
  • CSSC, Fincantieri to build five cruiseships worth $3.74bn
    New joint venture gears up for big newbuilding push to corner Chinese market.
  • Palmali's $120m loan from Socar revealed
    Turkish tanker company has arranged finance from one of its major customers.
  • GLG Partners trims Team Tankers stake
    UK fund lowers holding in Oslo-listed shipowner.
  • Greenship sells modern ultramax
    Jacques de Chateauvieux backed owner understood to be offloading JS Rhone.
  • BW LPG increases charter cover
    Singapore owner sees period deals rise as COA business falls in second quarter.
  • Ocean Gala charter torn up
    Sweden refuses to pay $95,000-per-day fees in row over port permit for vessel to house refugees.
  • Prosafe extends $189m Petrobras charter
    Cypriot owner amends and stretches terms with Brazilian oil company.
  • Another five years for BWO FPSO
    Owner extends charter of unit in Ivory Coast.

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American Shipperweb site
JULY 8, 2016
  • SSA Marine becomes investor in planned Canadian container terminal
  • U.S. Customs seaport staffing shortage draws congressional scrutiny
  • SCFI falls back down after last week's jump
  • WLS: Carriers rally to increase capacity for upcoming peak season
  • Special Coverage: API enters fast lane

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 8, 2016
  • Mumbai 380 CST bunker prices hit 11-month high at $287.50/mt on tight supply
  • OPEC crude output jumps to 32.73 mil b/d in Jun, highest since Aug 2008: Platts survey
  • Indian refiners to import Iranian crude on state-owned tankers
  • SHIPPING Q2 -- DRY BULK: Surge in demand supports freight rates
  • SHIPPING Q2 -- TANKERS: Markets underwhelming on demand disruptions, global tonnage migration
  • TENDER DATA: S Korea's Kowepo buys 45,000 mt HSFO for Jul 20-24 delivery
  • Danish Bunker Holding Group's yearly bunkering volume up 31%
    From Nordic waters and South America.
  • USAC HSFO strengthens on buying interest, market illiquidity

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