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Sched Netweb site
MAY 12, 2016
  • US imports lower than last year, but still some of the highest ever
  • Gothenburg strike forces APM Terminals to close doors
  • Chinese exports stabilise in April as currency starts to weaken
  • US Treasury: China no currency manipulator, but still on watch list
  • Maersk Line to move crash ship to safer location after Ningbo collision
  • CMA CGM pulls 18,000-TEU Ben Franklin flagship from transpac service
  • Matson CEO warns box shipping industry may lose up to US$10 billion in 2016
  • Karachi Port handles its biggest boxship - 8,600-TEU Hyundai Brave
  • German rail to unload a minority stake worth US$5.7 billion in Schenker
  • Air Canada Cargo expands piece-level RFID tracking
  • Mexpress launches last mile delivery for US-Mexico e-commerce
  • US carriers see cargo revenue and ton miles sliding away

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Exim Indiaweb site
MAY 11, 2016
  • Cruising with cargo
  • MANSA delegation calls on MbPT Chairman Sanjay Bhatia
  • Ministry of Shipping notifies final rescinding of 6 rules under Merchant Shipping Act, 1958
  • Sustained low vessel ordering seen benefiting tanker market in the long term
  • GM India upbeat on car exports
  • Operating Surplus of Major Ports up in 2015-16
  • AMTOI's Northern India Region Chapter launched
  • HTOA plays key role in ensuring change in registered vehicle weight of Puller from 25T to 36T
  • India developing road corridors connecting neighbours
  • Govt's infra spend up in 2015-16
  • Projections of the Economic Survey 2015-16 - III

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International Transport Journalweb site
MAY 12, 2016
  • Road haulage secures result
  • Introducing port shuttle services in Sydney
  • Vancouver port USA names interim CEO
  • New telematics system introduced
  • More capability through acquisitions
  • KN's global airfreight boss bowing out
  • Dunkirk: open gates for larger capesize ships
  • Paul Hinks to chair Invest Africa in the USA
  • CMA CGM introduces Baltic Levant Express
  • Air New Zealand agrees to pay USD 35 million
  • Funds to improve rail connections around Prague
  • Investing in parts supplies for the world
  • Globelink Unimar honoured by Qatar Airways
  • Marseille Fos - on a stable course
  • XPO wins Navistar award
  • Airfreight marking time in March

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IHS Maritimeweb site
MAY 11, 2016
  • New box line alliance announcement expected
  • Polaris heralds new era in Finnish icebreaking
  • HHIC signs MOU with KDB for business normalisation
  • May GRIs stick, but March was grim for container trades
  • Asset sales reduce Lauritzen's 1Q loss in deep dry bulk gloom
  • SW Shipping's restructure disappoints creditors
  • Japan weighs in on Iran's Chabahar port project
  • Rally in ship demolition prices ends
  • Industry prepares SOPs for new Singapore bunker rule
  • Fastest China-Australia service to call at Rizhao port
  • COSCO Shipping joins GeoSea to develop offshore wind energy
  • EMAS Offshore secures OSV contracts worth USD32 million
  • Boskalis plans fleet rationalisation and cost cutting
  • Safmarine Meru still on fire after Ningbo collision but ready for towing, Maersk says
  • Restructured Eagle Bulk posts widening losses
  • US rejects permit for massive Pacific Northwest bulk terminal

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The Loadstarweb site
MAY 11, 2016
  • UK faces chronic shortage of warehouse space as e-commerce boom drives demand
  • Cargo-savvy Aeromexico calls on Latin American states to modernise Customs
  • Vietnam the new global hot-spot as pirates become hi-tech hackers to find high-value cargo
  • Seaborne Communications appoints new business development director
  • Is it the future of ports to thrive, or just survive?
  • What Amazon stands to gain by building its own delivery network
  • Order for bigger aircraft signals YTO Express's global ambitions

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Marine Logweb site
MAY 11, 2016
  • Vard wins $300 million, 15 vessel order
  • Eastern launches Suderman & Young escort tug
  • Genting orders two mega cruise ships at Lloyd Werft
  • New Arison Maritime Center to train 6,500 officers a year
  • Rolls-Royce to supply MTU gensets for Type 26
  • BAE Mayport wins $32.5 million Farragut DSRA contract
  • UK P&I Club reports "another good year"
  • Wartsila joins LNG-fueled bulker project

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World Wide Shipperweb site
MAY 11, 2016
  • Vancouver, USA Port Commission names Julianna Marler interim CEO
  • Corps teaming with Coast Guard for Ballard oil spill response drill
  • Coast Guard Cutter STEADFAST returns to homeport in Astoria
  • Port of Portland taps Nakana as new social equity manager
  • Drewry Chemical Forecaster report predicts 'firm' tanker shipping freight rates

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MAY 11, 2016
  • New box line alliance announcement expected on Thursday
    Vessel-sharing agreement being set up by those carriers excluded from 2M and Ocean Alliance
  • Cosco Pacific buys 35% of Euromax
    Chinese port giant pays $143m to enter Rotterdam
  • Tensions rise within Opec over oil market share
    In-fighting within the group adds layer of complexity when it comes to oil market share
  • UK P&I Club announces unspecified 'small surplus' for 2015/16
    Combined ratio at 92%, says chairman Olivier
  • Profit rises at Finnlines despite cheaper fuel denting revenue
    Arbitration underway for Grimaldi Group to redeem outstanding 2% of Finnlines shares
  • Cargill wins Supreme Court appeal
    Case related to hire charges during arrest of chartered bulker in 2008
  • What does Saudia Arabia's oil production strategy mean for tankers?
    Saudia Arabia might be poised to raise oil output, but tanker owners would do well not to get too excited just yet
  • Further OW Bunker litigation in prospect, Clyde & Co confirms
    Supreme Court Res Cogitans ruling does not answer key questions, shipping law firm contends
  • Fate of the panamax looks increasingly bleak
    Alphaliner sounds warning as alternative deployment options become scarce, idle ships stack up and the opening of the Panama Canal's third locks edges closer
  • Oil industry urged to copy manufacturing model
    The oil industry, including the shipping element, needs to standardise procedures, says fund manager
  • J. Lauritzen's first-quarter net loss narrows
    Asset transfers and capital injection helps Danish shipping company
  • APM Terminals to offer container weighing services
    Terminal operator says 29 facilities will be equipped to allow shippers to weigh their cargo at the port prior to boarding
  • OW Bunker Supreme Court ruling 'disappointing', says UK Defence Club
    Shipowners need to reconsider contracts, argues FD&D giant
  • UK embarks on ambitious plan to double size of ship register
    New director Simon Barham sets out the case for growth in support of Britain's wider maritime cluster
  • OSG first-quarter profit rises on robust tanker rates
    Lower expenses helped lift net income
  • Shanghai port box volume rises year on year for third month in row in April
    Throughput is also up 3.9% over previous month
  • OW Bunker owners should pay ING, Supreme Court rules
    Further legal challenges likely in England, Wales and elsewhere
  • Currency gains boost Solstad first-quarter profit
    Operating revenue shrank amid the prolonged downturn in the offshore services sector
  • HHIC and creditors agree on restructuring deal
    Shipbuilder to receive additional $154m injection from creditors
  • Eagle Bulk nearly doubles losses in first quarter
    Supramax owner hit by lower dry bulk freight rates
  • New alliance could be announced this week, US FMC's Doyle says
    New alliance may not initially include all eight non-Ocean Alliance member carriers
  • Penguin International reports first-quarter loss on weak shipbuilding demand
    Company developing high-speed vessel designs targeted at more profitable market segments
  • EMAS Offshore secures $32m in charter contracts
    Contracts will be mainly for projects in Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar and Vietnam
  • Maersk Line says fire on Safmarine Meru under control
    Maersk Line plans to tow vessel to shore
  • Oscar Spieler appointed chief executive of Golar LNG
    Veteran executive to prioritise on-time and on-budget completion of company's first floating LNG conversion

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MAY 11, 2016
  • LA-Long Beach terminals await counsel on box weighing
  • OSHA to require businesses to submit injury, illness data online
  • Container lines work to ease US exporters' SOLAS liability fear
  • KCS names new CEO to succeed Starling
  • To secure capacity, US shippers urged to keep truckers close
  • US importers urge carriers to disclose SOLAS cut-off times
  • New index helps shippers gauge when to convert truck loads to rail
  • Survey sends warning signal to US truckload carriers
  • Maersk ship damaged in collision off China still burning, but safe to tow
  • DHL has 'strongest quarter' in its history
  • Japan to join Iran, India in Chabahar port development
  • AirBridgeCargo sets traffic record
  • Slide show: The evolution of vessels in container shipping
  • LA-LB truck turn times inch up
  • India finalizes SOLAS guidelines, changes tolerance limit
  • APM Terminals will weigh containers at 29 ports, plans for more

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TradeWindsweb site
MAY 11, 2016
  • Bigger Gener8 beats bets in first quarter
    Georgiopoulos-led tanker owner 'off to a strong start', nearly doubling profit with larger fleet and healthy market.
  • VLCCs rise 21% in strong week so far
    Heidmar fetches higher rate for trip to India despite quiet Wednesday; suezmaxes also rise.
  • India's Bharati spinning off Pinky Shipyard
    Debt-laden shipbuilder hoping to sell stake in Goa-based yard to Russians.
  • Sealion AHTS goes back into layup
    Greek owner reportedly re-stacking anchor-handler after rig move.
  • NCL locks in strong rate for cruiseship
    Norwegian Getaway fixed for 40 days as owner returns to profit in first quarter.
  • Suspected pirates kill Nigerian soldiers
    Assailants storm military checkpoint in Africa while local navy averts three attacks on ships.
  • Finnlines earnings soar in first quarter
    Grimaldi-owned ro-ro company benefits from more operational ships as revenue dips.
  • KNOP optimistic after strong start to 2016
    Shuttle tanker owner expects improved operating income in the near future.
  • Cargill wins landmark bulker case in UK
    Judge finds charterer not liable for payments during mistaken detention of Global Santosh.
  • Algoma chops loss in first quarter
    Tanker and bulker owner boosted by gain on shipbuilding contracts.
  • HHI denies Hyundai Oilbank IPO plan
    Korean yard has not considered listing, but does not rule it out in better markets.
  • Naikai Zosen makes more in 2015
    Japanese shipbuilder improves full year earnings as it sees revenue rise.
  • Samsung 'seeking sale' of Doosan Engine
    Korean shipyard tipped to dispose of stake in engine maker.
  • Gulf Nav improves profit by 28.5%
    Middle East shipowner makes more in the first quarter as it seeks to resolve loan payment issues.
  • Judge kicks out $100m tanker piracy claim
    High court rules that trial over loss of Greece's Brillante Virtuoso cannot go ahead over lack of disclosure.
  • J Lauritzen reduces first quarter red ink
    Jan Kastrup-Nielsen says cash position has improved after financial aid transactions almost done.
  • Worker dies at Samsung Heavy Industries
    Sub-contractor killed in accident on Statoil rig.
  • Polarcus wins Moroccan contract from Repsol
    Middle East shipowner to start survey work in third quarter.
  • Deliveries boost results at Navig8 Chemical Tankers
    Nicolas Busch-led shipowner expects to take delivery of a further seven vessels by the end of 2016.
  • Genting back at Lloyd Werft for cruiseships
    Deal part of a ten-ship order with German shipbuilder with vessels set for Chinese market.
  • Korea's Dae Sun inks tanker order
    Shipbuilder to deliver small vessel to domestic company HNCC next year.
  • Genting back at Loyd Werft for cruiseships
    Deal part of a ten-ship order with German shipbuilder with vessels set for Chinese market.
  • EMAS Offshore hauls in bits and pieces
    Singapore-listed offshore firm wins $32m of new business, but details are few and far between.
  • Ports division boost results at Chile's SAAM
    Santiago-based company says Brazilian tugboat operation was also significant in quarter.
  • OSG 'making progress' amid merger push
    New York tanker owner working to separate businesses and evaluating M&A opportunities.

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American Shipperweb site
MAY 11, 2016
  • AIIS: U.S. steel exports remain weak in March

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MAY 11, 2016
  • BW LPG takes delivery of VLGC in newbuild program with Hyundai Heavy
    BW LPG also has six other VLGC newbuilds under construction
  • India's HPCL, IOC issue tenders for time-charter LPG ships
    Extends a rush among Indian state oil companies to do deals to accommodate rising imports
  • Marseille Fos port workers to strike May 17-19: trading sources
  • Court backs contractual obligation in landmark OW Bunker case
    Likely to set precedent for future bunker fuel commercial dispute legal cases
  • Concerns of distillate shortage to meet 0.5% sulfur cap may be misguided: consultant
    Refinery upgrades and an increase in the uptake of scrubbers suggests the shortage will be contained.




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