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Sched Netweb site
JULY 13, 2016
  • China Cosco to invest US$552 million in Greek Port of Piraeus
  • Adrift Hong Kong couple rescued at sea by 13,000-TEU Hamburg Express
  • Xeneta warns Panama Canal expansion could push down freight rates
  • 18,270-TEU Matz Maersk makes first Triple E call at Malta Freeport
  • Impasse continues on hiring of longshoremen on New York waterfront
  • Cargotec wins order for 14 Kalmar T2 terminal tractors from Abu Dhabi
  • DHL on-time delivery from Taiwan to Germany of Lenovo unit's IT gear
  • Canada Customs seize 20 kilos of coke in hot peppers at Toronto airport
  • Dubai air cargo up 3.9pc in first 5 months against global 0.5pc rise
  • Air Canada's CargoAware RFID track & trace expects to cut dwell time
  • Forwarders to benefit from Asia-Europe cargo alliances
  • HK's WM Container Line Limited appoints general agent in Singapore

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Exim Indiaweb site
JULY 12, 2016
  • Avashya Foundation undertakes tree plantation drive in Karnataka
  • DB Schenker invests in the digital future, inks agreement with global online marketplace uShip
  • Standard Bunker Contract under spotlight as industry experts begin review
  • Kamarajar Port invites RFQ for developing Marine Liquid Terminal-II
  • Krishnapatnam Port wins big at CII EHS awards
  • Oman's Duqm port on India's radar
  • Rates reduced to attract transhipped steel cargo to Haldia
  • RUSCON integrates terminal operations in Novorossiysk
  • VCT donates benches to govt school
  • Railways to increase focus on containerised traffic
  • Truck rentals decline in June
  • Indian economy projected to grow at nearly 8 pc this fiscal: Crisil
  • Nitin Gadkari to US investors: A golden opportunity to invest in India

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International Transport Journalweb site
JULY 13, 2016
  • New representative for NYK's New Zealand services
  • Chinese logistics company plans IPO in USA
  • Network streamlining to boost efficiency
  • Volaris implements Smartkargo's cargo ERP solution
  • European railfreight- things need to change
  • Ruscon integrating terminal operations
  • Asia Australia Consortium established
  • Solar Impulse crosses Mediterranean Sea
  • New daily rail service from port of Felixstowe
  • Bigger canal, bigger ships, bigger terminals
  • Step up career ladder on Tyneside
  • Fancy taking your luxury car on holiday?
  • Port of Dunkirk in mourning for Yves Lalaut
  • Grant to expand port rail capacity in Georgia
  • ECS Group expanding in Asia
  • Ingesting food service distribution provider
  • ACL: third G4 vessel now underway

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JULY 12, 2016
  • UK flag still appeals to shipping
  • Small gains for largest box ships
  • HHIC issues new shares to creditor banks
  • Hanjin Shipping sells shares in Cai Mep terminal for USD20 million
  • No gain from selling ships and terminating charters, says Japan's NYK
  • New Asia-Australia alliance set up as carriers restructure the trade
  • Dong-A Tanker downgraded from 'stable' to 'negative'
  • Pilbara ore exports hit record levels as prices fall
  • Mixed half seen in vessel orders and deliveries
  • Malaysia's Samalaju deepsea port to open in April 2017
  • Boskalis makes heavy cuts amid challenging market
  • Libya works to reopen oil export ports
  • Tug crew convicted for smuggling cocaine

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The Loadstarweb site
JULY 12, 2016
  • Expansion-hungry Volga-Dnepr uses Farnborough to give Cargologicair its public debut
  • Shipowners reject bid to force EU ship-scrapping rules on the global fleet
  • Analysis - Brexit is small change, says IAG, which has bigger financial concerns
  • Amazon's Chinese counterfeit problem getting worse
  • Belgian postal company moves into crowdsourced deliveries
  • South Korea eyes trade deal with post-Brexit Britain

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Marine Logweb site
JULY 12, 2016
  • Alaskan Leader first Bering Sea user of Inmarsat Fleet Xpress
  • VIDEO: Ingalls lifts 700 ton LHA 7 deckhouse
  • Chesapeake Shipbuilding launches American Constellation
  • Alu Design marine chair lands Star Trek role
  • Hercules Offshore sells jack-up for $3.16 million
  • Vard Electro to equip U.K. research ship
  • GC Rieber OCV gets offshore wind farm work

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JULY 12, 2016
  • Port of Port Angeles nets grant funds for William R. Fairchild Airport upgrades
  • Inchcape Shipping Services gains New Zealand agency business
  • Customs agents help rescue 11 divers from sinking vessel
  • "K" Line inks contracts for VLCCs, AFRAMAX tankers
  • Coast Guard team towing vessel gives aid to possible heart attack victim

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 12, 2016
  • Terminal operators face tough road as box shipping consolidates
    Ports will have less bargaining power and may seek consolidation
  • Noatum expands in Valencia as legal action settled
    New berth will enhance Spanish port's ability to handle several 18,000 teu ships simultaneously
  • Better days will come, Bodouroglou reassures shareholders
    Paragon and Box Ships founder in plea for patience and trust as markets will rebound
  • Unlike vessels, optimism is in short supply
    Mid-year outlook: Nearly all sectors face downward trends as markets head into the second half of 2016
  • We are maritime
    Ever wondered what it would be like working in the maritime industry? We talk to 12 people who do just that
  • We are maritime: Tabitha Logan
    A chartering manager with Asia Maritime Pacific, Tabitha is based iin Hong Kong
  • We are maritime: Zita Fok
    As executive director, marine division, with Willis Hong Kong, Zita is based in Hong Kong
  • We are maritime: James Hopton
    A chartering manager with BBC Chartering GmbH, James is based in Dubai
  • We are maritime: Mustafa H Kanafani
    A maritime expert and former accredited representative of the League of Arab states to the International Maritime Organization, Mustafa is based in London
  • We are maritime: Wenhao Han
    An associate with Norton Rose Fulbright, Han is based in London
  • Supramaxes suffer in east coast South America trades but flourish elsewhere
    BSI hits fresh nine-month high
  • We are maritime: Kyriakos Lyginos
    A partner of Antares Shipbrokers, Kyriakos is based in Dubai
  • We are maritime: Eduardo Mendes-Antunes
    A surveyor with Lloyd's Register, Eduardo is based in Lisbon
  • We are maritime: Chris Davies
    A commercial manager with Bibby Ship Management, Chris is also head of sponsorship of Shipping Professional Network London
  • We are maritime: Karen Moore
    A global compliance officer with Inchcape Shipping Services, Karen works worldwide
  • We are maritime: Thies Holm
    As business manager, shipping, with National Shipping Gulf AgencyCo, Thies is based in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
  • We are maritime: Valerie Lim
    A senior consultant with Helix Media, Valerie is based in Tanjong Pagar
  • We are maritime: Isaac Chang
    A bunker trader with Bomin, Isaac is based in London
  • German regional governments face threat of vessel ownership
    Rundown of $5.5bn HSH bailout book of non-performing loans could take a decade, says politician
  • Tribunal rules against China's claims in the South China Sea
    Decision may cause more geopolitical uncertainty and risks for commercial shipping
  • Shipping and offshore impairments send DNB shares tumbling
    Second-quarter loan losses more than double, led by shipping, offshore and energy sector
  • Elisburg Shipping revealed as buyer of suezmax Seatriumph
    Tanker bought against bareboat charter to Rosneft at $24,000 per day, source reveals
  • Artworker strengthens Lloyd's List editorial products
    Production team bolstered after significant editorial expansion
  • Muslim holidays starve VLCC market
    Dearth of cargoes meets abundant vessel supply, stifling significant rate rises
  • Ruscon to merge Black Sea terminal operations
    Push for efficiencies at Novorossiysk and Yug
  • Shell delays final investment decision on LNG Canada
    Delay contrasts with BP's successful FID two weeks ago on Indonesia project
  • London's standing as 'anchor' of global shipping shaken after Brexit
    Singapore maritime law veteran says London will remain resilient
  • OOCL teams up with ANL and Coscon to launch Asia-Australia services
    Consortium plans to start three dedicated services from September or October

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 12, 2016
  • US imports forecast to rise slightly in second half
  • Hanjin sells stake in Vietnam terminal as restructuring continues
  • US forwarders: Port metics key to curbing congestion
  • Mexico container volume inches up despite slow economy
  • Scotland, offshore wind farms work to lower costs of wind power
  • New Orleans mayor renews push for sale of port's switching railroad
  • Panama Canal expansion spells trouble for Panamax ships
  • Japanese container volume set for another annual decline
  • Indian shippers latest to protest SOLAS VGM fees

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TradeWindsweb site
JULY 12, 2016
  • India's Great Eastern picks up MR tanker
    Mumbai shipowner says ship will enter fleet in the third quarter.
  • Shipping gains as US shares reach record
    GulfMark, Genco, Hornbeck and Star Bulk surge by more than 11% as New York stock markets pooh-pooh global uncertainties.
  • Top names team up to form SEA/LNG
    Carnival, Tote and DNV GL are some of the names taking part in newly established organisation.
  • FreeSeas denies sale of handysize bulker
    Brokers had said 1998-built Free Maverick was sold.
  • Vantage settlement set to unlock TMT funds
    Taiwanese entities in Chapter 11 reach deal with creditors and Vantage over cash frozen amid fight with Nobu Su.
  • Ocean Yield logs steady quarterly profit
    Oslo-listed shipowner's net profit dips 1.2% to $25.5m, though adjusted result shows improvement.
  • UASC exploring sale of tanker fleet
    Bank of America Corp charged with finding a buyer for UACC stake.
  • TH Heavy faces winding-up petitions
    Malaysian shipbuilder is battling claims of $9m relating to FPSO project.
  • Korean yard pain to continue this year
    Korean chamber of commerce worries orders are going to be cancelled in slump.
  • Cruiseship to be auctioned in Hong Kong
    Court orders sale of New Imperial Star to pay crew's wages.
  • Moody's lifts Teekay outlook to stable
    US ratings agency says tanker group's liquidity is adequate over the next year.
  • Thenamaris ships out suezmax
    Nikolas Martinos-backed company completes tanker sale with charter helping premium pricing.
  • NCL closes on new Cuban cruises
    US operator expecting permission soon to sail to Caribbean island.
  • Chinese orders rise 44.7% in the first half
    China-based shipyards win more orders from January to June but total backlog is still lower.
  • Khalid Hashim confirms scrap sale
    Precious Shipping disposes of Chalothorn Naree despite premium offers that would have kept ship trading.
  • Hanjin Shipping selling terminal stake
    Restructuring owner exiting TCIT joint venture with MOL and Wan Hai.
  • P&O adding terminal at Zeebrugge
    Increased demand from exporters to Britain sparks big investment in Belgium.
  • Anita Odedra clocks on at Maran Gas
    Former BG and Cheniere exec has been recruited by Greek shipowner.
  • Viking presents $273m restructuring plan
    Bondholders to vote on final solution as banks sign off on debt deal.
  • HSH 'bad bank' loans to take 10 years to wind down
    Debt dumped on to German lender's state owners could weigh heavily for a decade.
  • GC Rieber lines up wind work
    Norwegian owner fixes Polar Queen to Senvion in 2017.
  • DNB loan impairments quadruple in Q2
    Shipping woes knock $274m off Norwegian bank's bottom line, with worse to come.
  • Transnet probed on pricing practices
    South Africa's port operator is under investigation for excessive pricing and giving preferential treatment to certain customers.
  • Diversification lifts Triyards revenue
    New product lines have boosted the income of Singaporean yard group by 27%.
  • New A3 liner consortium targets Oz
    Liner trio OOCL, ANL and COSCON have formed a new alliance that promises to speed up transit times between Asia and Australia.
  • No shrinkage for bulker fleet, DB says
    Analyst Amit Mehrotra says dry-bulk fleet grew by 49 ships so far this year. Tankers add 116.

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American Shipperweb site
JULY 12, 2016
  • CP announces $0.38 dividend
  • Ocean carriers add Italy calls to joint Med-West Africa loop
  • Great Lakes iron ore, limestone shipments decline in June

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 12, 2016
  • FUTURES 4: Oil complex strengthening on OPEC forecast, falling dollar
  • Oil market re-balancing but industry needs more than $50/b: Saudi Arabia's Falih
  • OPEC sees non-OPEC supply deteriorating further in 2016
  • Aegean stops operations at Spain's Algeciras, stays active in local bunker market
    Commercial reasons cited for Algeciras move.
  • ICE open interest for front-month Singapore HSFO falls 11.6% on month in June
  • EC seeks new research on bunker suppliers' sulfur cap enforcement
  • Japan's Idemitsu Kosan says merger won't alter ties with Saudi Arabia, Iran
    Idemitsu Kosan's Iran oil imports account for 1% of total imports.
  • Basrah Light loadings set to resume after suspension on pipeline leak
    Crude continues to be loaded at Iraq's single-point moorings at around 1.5 million b/d.
  • TRADER NOTE: Aegean opens first office in S Korea, hires Fred Kim
    Kim was previously with Minerva Bunkers.
  • ANALYSIS: US crude stocks to be tested by global economic fears
    Crude stocks have fallen the last seven reporting periods, consistent with normal drawdown for this time of year.

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