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Sched Netweb site
JULY 12, 2016
  • Half China's export boxes have no VGMs, but cargo still loads: K+N
  • Beijing holds South China Sea naval exercises ahead of Hague court ruling
  • Hapag-Lloyd eco chief warns against EU's demand for 'sensitive' CO2 data
  • Malaysia's Borneo Sapangar Bay box shop to become big transshipment hub
  • S&P cuts Oz rating to negative from stable after wobbly vote result
  • Canadian trade deficit holds near record as exports slide after 2Q slip
  • Sea lawyers Ince & Co chart course to Brexit starting in October
  • Unique Logistics moves ocean carrier rates into CargoSphere cloud
  • Wilmington docks biggest-ever boxship to call at updated facility
  • UK to build truck park to ease traffic when Channel services disrupted
  • Poor cherry crop means little air cargo demand except from Korea
  • Air France-KLM CEO faces French turmoil, possible Dutch rebellion
  • AirBridgeCargo Airlines launches B747 freighter services to Phnom Penh
  • Doubts cloud Azerbaijan's vision to set up major hub at Baku airport

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Exim Indiaweb site
JULY 11, 2016
  • Capt. Luay K. Saadeh of Bahri leaves a lasting impression on the trade
  • Capt. Radhika Menon, first woman Captain of Indian Merchant Navy, to receive IMO award for exceptional bravery at sea
  • Container shipping rates forecast to rise
  • Govt scheme to facilitate creation of shipping & port infrastructure
  • Japan's first LNG-fuelled tugboat garners recognition for NYK at 17th annual Logistics Environment Awards
  • Over 40 new members join FIATA
  • Owner-managed UK shipping & transport businesses confident of a better 2016
  • PIL commences service connecting South Pacific from HAROPA-Port of Le Havre
  • SCFI rates down again
  • Yang Ming sets up subsidiary in Spain
  • Cabinet approves import of pulses thru' long-term contract with Mozambique
  • COPY OF CUSTOMS NOTIFICATION

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International Transport Journalweb site
JULY 12, 2016
  • Infrastructure upgrade along major trade routes
  • Former customer returns to Fiege fold
  • 1,000th tier 4 locomotive built in Fort Worth
  • MSC supporting Liverpool 2 trials
  • LH Cargo and ANA extend JV
  • JV in Japan
  • Minimal interest in Trainose sale
  • BCT and AGCT join Feport
  • Contract prolonged for Halifax CEO
  • Enhancing connectivity in North Africa
  • Weighing up after six months
  • Gefco UK appoints new MD
  • Belarus and Latvia working together in rail sector
  • Port projects in India in the making
  • Turkish Airlines more to Moldova
  • E-commerce/logistics under Jørnsen's aegis

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JULY 11, 2016
  • US to ease autopilot rules for tankers
  • Spanish-built 'eco-ferry' to service Texel
  • UECC launches world's largest dual-fuel LNG ship
  • Tight Australian election result paves way for bipartisan shipping policy
  • Torm lines up USD115 million in funding for four new tankers
  • Swiber Holdings receives letters of demand for USD4.76 million
  • South Korean president says shipbuilding industry needs to innovate to survive
  • HMM seeks improved credit rating
  • Capacity cuts send Asia-South America spot rates soaring
  • Beijing to review shipyard white list
  • Fire related issues get ships detained most, reports ClassNK
  • COSCO Shipping profit plummets in first half

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The Loadstarweb site
JULY 11, 2016
  • Qatar Airways reveals financials in transparency bid 'to kill allegations of state subsidy'
  • Asia-ECSA container trade shows cutting capacity can help rates, and carriers, recover
  • Hyperloop lists the attractions of €19bn 'mag-lev' Scandinavia link
  • LTL carriers look to last-mile service to stimulate sagging revenue growth
  • Deal with Chinese buyer for Germany's Hahn Airport close to collapse
  • Rumours grow on Hyundai Merchant Marine takeover by Maersk

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Marine Logweb site
JULY 11, 2016
  • Davie workers reject "insulting" labor agreement proposal
  • Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding completes ethane fueled engine
  • Four shipyards awarded T-ATS (X) Phase I contracts
  • NAVSEA launches Naval Shipyard Innovation Fund
  • LR defines "autonomy levels" for ship design and operation
  • Lockheed Martin awarded $10.6 million for LCS 5 PSA
  • Genting tweaks plans for its German shipyards
  • HII gets $7.4 million more for Enterprise inactivation

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JULY 11, 2016
  • Port of Bellingham begins work on central waterfront cleanup project
  • Allan Baydala announces retirement from Vancouver BC port authority post
  • Coast Guard Port Captain hits jumpers with violation notices
  • The Northwest Seaport Alliance expanding operations team
  • PDX noise advisory board set to meet Thursday, July 14

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 11, 2016
  • Asia-Europe box traffic down in May
    Volumes on the key east-west trade fall for first time in three months
  • MOL sells Gas Oriental for only $22m
    Weak asset values also hitting medium-sized LPG carrier industry
  • BIMCO and bunker majors to draft OW Bunker-proof standard contract
    Owners and fuel suppliers work together to avoid repetition of double payment imbroglio
  • China Cosco Shipping mulls captive insurance
    Insurance venture could turn an expense into much needed income
  • Shipper body welcomes new European price ruling
    FTA says European Commission decision on ocean freight rates announcements by shipping lines 'will bring industry into 21st century'
  • ArgoGlobal expands marine underwriting team
    Lloyd's insurer hires from RSA and Allied World
  • Larger tonnage still the big hope
    Larger ships maybe in short supply but owners are still waiting for this to transfer to rates
  • Asian shippers coping with box weighing
    Most cargo owners and forwarders using container terminals in Hong Kong and China opting for Method 2
  • Brussels probes aid to Belgian and French ports
    The European Commission opens two in-depth competition investigations after previous requests to abolish tax exemptions ignored
  • Clyde & Co gets Dusseldorf office
    First German branch after five staff poached from local law firm
  • Suezmax Seatriumph finally goes to Russians for $31m
    Tanker bought for storage purposes, as experts predict upswing in floating storage on Brexit
  • Dry bulk: Market keeps the faith
    Supply overhang casts a cloud over any near-term recovery
  • LPG: Sharp fleet growth pushes down freight rates
    Large newbuilding deliveries hurt owners despite promising demand growth
  • Port Hedland posts record June volume as iron ore exports to China jump
    Iron ore shipments from Australia's Port Hedland improve 9% year on year in June
  • Torm secures $115m financing from Export-Import Bank of China
    Tanker giant says loan will be used to finance four long range two newbuilds
  • Shanghai handles more boxes in June but first-half volumes slip
    World's largest container port posts first-half container volumes down 0.8% year on year to 17.9m teu
  • Fatigue: Let's do something about it
    The Martha project has amassed a considerable weight of important evidence

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 11, 2016
  • FMC chairman concerned over PierPass fee increase
  • Lack of Customs funding endangers timely cargo clearance
  • Amid weak demand, trucking hits hiring roadblock
  • China Merchants targets Melbourne port as part of Belt and Road expansion
  • HMM to deploy larger ships on trans-Pacific service calling US East Coast
  • India seeks US help for freight infrastructure development
  • Lines launch new Asia-Australia services as trade reorganizes
  • EU probes French, Belgian port tax breaks
  • Spot rates on Asia-Latin America take off as carriers slash capacity

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TradeWindsweb site
JULY 11, 2016
  • Iran interested in boosting crude exports
    Senior official says country could double exports, provided market can absorb supply.
  • Buyers seen pulling back from RBS sale
    Effort to sell Greek shipfinance portfolio reportedly hits stumbling block after Brexit vote.
  • Eagle Bulk Shipping adds to share sale
    Stamford bulker owner sells $3m more shares after last week's $85m.
  • No shrink for bulker fleet, DB data show
    Analyst Amit Mehrotra says dry-bulk fleet grew by 49 ships so far this year. Tankers add 116.
  • Evergreen goes big on US East Coast route
    Taiwanese containership line plans to remove two smaller ships thanks to new locks.
  • Bodouroglou seeks to reassure investors
    Chief executive and founder says better days are ahead for over-the-counter-listed Paragon and Box Ships.
  • Bodouroglou woos Box Ships shareholders
    Chief executive and founder says better days are ahead for over-the-counter-listed containership owner.
  • Korean yards' wage hikes prove costly
    Pay has doubled over last 15 years, while the Japanese figure is 5%.
  • Deputy PM calls for Russian offshore newbuilds
    Alexander Khloponin says owners ready to order domestically to develop new fields.
  • Diana set for sale and purchase return
    Simeon Palios-led owner thought to be closing on the acquisition of a capesize resale.
  • GasLog fixes final open newbuilding to Total
    New charterer takes ship under construction at Hyundai Heavy for up to 10 years.
  • Mokster wins six-month extension
    Det Norske keeps on Norwegian owner's supply ship.
  • Shuvalov sights 2016 IPO for Sovcomflot
    Politician and former chairman says long-awaited listing could come this year.
  • Lundin books offshore duo for Barents Sea
    Swedish oil company takes Bourbon and Island vessels for well work.
  • Tanker dividends in focus amid price falls
    Clarksons Platou Securities says use of cash will be key area of interest in first quarter reporting season.
  • C-K Ferry signs for newbuilding
    Shandong Huanghai to build 35,000-gt ship for domestic owner.
  • Union calls Davie wage offer 'ridiculous'
    Canadian shipyard workers reject latest collective agreement.
  • Toughest first-half since financial crisis, Clarksons says
    Shipowner's earnings almost one-fifth below average seen since 2009, with newbuilding investment at 35-year low.
  • Genting injects $110m into German yards
    Investment follows just three months after the purchase of former Nordic Yards facilities.
  • Cosco Shipping predicts profit plunge
    Revenue falling at Chinese heavy-lift and ro-ro group.
  • Passengers rescued after grounding
    More than 70 people taken from ferry that took on water in Liverpool.
  • STX spin-off files for receivership
    Korean block builder ForceTEC seeks court-led restructuring due to woes of struggling yard group.

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American Shipperweb site
JULY 11, 2016
  • U.S. pork exports hold strong in May
  • FMC reviews 5 OTI license applications
  • G-20 makes progress on environmental goods trade
  • CMA CGM Victory Bridge begins calling Tuxpan, Mexico
  • BWR: OOCL, COSCON and ANL unveil proposed A3 consortium
  • Dayton Freight opens second service center in Tennessee
  • Drewry: Shift in U.S. cargo from West to East Coast will be gradual
  • Seaboard Marine expands New Orleans connection to Central, South America
  • Thoma Bravo closes Elemica acquisition

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 11, 2016
  • European HSFO cracks hit 5-month high on VLCC loading, low stocks
  • Bangladesh BPC seeks fuel oil again to meet summer demand
  • TANKERS: China's Unipec remains top charterer of dirty tankers in H1 -- report
  • Bunker supplier Bomin launches operations in Mauritius
    Safe anchorage available outside the harbor for bunker only calls.
  • TENDER DATA: Taiwan's Formosa offers 15,000 mt fuel oil for July 25-27
  • TENDER DATA: South Korea's EWP seeks 40,000 mt HSFO for July 26-28
  • Finland's first small-scale LNG import terminal to receive first cargo
    First of several small-scale LNG import facilities planned in country.




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