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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 14, 2016
  • CMA CGM to levy hikes July 1, July 15 to North Europe and Med
  • AADA bunker surcharge rises to US$175/TEU, $350/FEU on July 9
  • Hyundai MM stays in the game, revived by 20-25pc charter discounts
  • Hapag-Lloyd US$50/box fee to be charged for VGM manual submissions
  • Oakland May boxed exports up 5.1pc, biggest total since October 2014
  • Oman container terminal at Sohar port doubles volumes in 18 months
  • Hamburg's Rickmers-Linie takes over Nordana Project & Chartering
  • Born-again Panama heralds cargo drain to USEC from USWC: Drewry
  • Baltimore to open Fiat Chrysler ro-ro terminal with room to spare
  • Roland Spedition starts new Hamburg-Nuremberg block-train service
  • Hamburg normalises links with Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines
  • Air Transport Services gets 21pc revenue boost from March Amazon deal
  • EU to expand air transport agreements with ASEAN, UAE, Qatar, Turkey
  • Shandong's Nanshan Group to buy 20pc of Virgin, HNA seeks 20pc
  • Air France pilot strike threatens relations with Dutch KLM partner

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Exim Indiaweb site
JUNE 13, 2016
  • Allcargo Logistics' NVOCC division introduces direct LCL service to Mangalore
  • Dachser expands its Kolkata office operations to meet growing demand
  • DNV GL performs first drone survey on chemical tanker
  • DP World wins concession for greenfield port in Ecuador
  • Kieldrecht Lock ready to bring more prosperity to Flanders
  • Responsible recycling in Alang should be supported rather than dismissed, says ECSA
  • Rickmers-Linie appoints Oceanway as sales agent for Argentina
  • SCFI rates down
  • UASC chooses INTTRA's eVGM service
  • Panama Canal's chartered training vessel transits new locks
  • Sagarmala aims at sea change in India's maritime & logistics sectors
  • Wadhavan port to make things easier for exporters in the region
  • Jal Marg Vikas Project on Ganga showing steady progress
  • IFCBA's focus was on trade facilitation at world conference in Shanghai

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 14
  • Canada to boost GHG reduction trucking technologies
  • Removal of franc/euro cap removal affects Swiss train maker
  • Award for Terminal del Golfo Port project
  • China investing in Pakistan's rail infrastructure
  • Pharmaceutical industry beats airline business
  • Adriatic and Baltic ports linked by tripartite pact
  • Warehouse for dairy produce inaugurated
  • Sino-German cooperation in railway sector
  • Freightworks supports first AN-225 flight to Abu Dhabi
  • Drewry: pressure on rates for cargo moving under contract
  • Business alliance in Asia
  • Ferguson shoulders EVP tasks at US railway
  • First customs service provider at Jade Weser Port
  • EAP goes for CEIV Pharma certification
  • Company veteran named president Boeing China

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JUNE 13, 2016
  • Long-awaited Angola LNG reboot should support spot rates
  • US unveils Portland environmental dredge plan
  • Liverpool opens UK's first fully automated steel terminal
  • Darwin port: Australia's gateway to Asia
  • Bremen, Hanover agree shipping bank reshuffle
  • Frontline confirms sale of six MR product tankers
  • KDB finances Delfin FLNG project
  • Scandlines finally commissions hybrid ferry
  • Rate war robs carriers of profitability, yields little gain in Q1 volume
  • VLCC newbuilding prices fall to 12-year low
  • Chinese companies to build coal terminal for Pakistan powerplant
  • Australia rolls out new ballast water system
  • Antwerp's Kieldrecht lock is officially opened for business
  • COSCOCS appoints new North America head
  • Piraeus privatisation moves one step closer
  • NYK to take 25% stake in EMAS Chiyoda Subsea
  • Tianjin lessons set to drive new underwriting approach

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The Loadstarweb site
JUNE 13, 2016
  • Lufthansa Cargo to axe 800 jobs in a bid to save costs and prop up falling revenue
  • Carriers call a truce and Asia-North Europe ocean freight rate war is over - or is it?
  • Hi-tech OpenPort transport app targets the 3PLs' Asian road freight market share
  • Farewell to freight industry veteran John van Bergen
  • 3PL market continues to shrink
  • US airlines to start scheduled flights to Cuba
  • Panama's model for success as pilots use tiny ships to practise

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Marine Logweb site
JUNE 13, 2016
  • Canada tries to speed up Surface Combatant procurement
  • Eidesvik books its second offshore wind contract
  • Maersk heir becomes CEO of A.P. Moller Holding
  • DESMI BWTS approved for hazardous area installation
  • Inmarsat enters Fleet Xpress strategic partnerships
  • USCG posts advance copy of Subchapter M

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JUNE 13, 2016
  • Kvichak delivers response boat to New York Police Department
  • Alaska Airlines adding Anchorage to Spokane flights
  • Everett-based Coast Guard unit returns from Cuban security duty
  • Panama Canal suspends final vessel draft restriction
  • Diana Shipping Oks charter for dry bulk vessel THETIS

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 13, 2016
  • Norwegian owners facing three claims for OW Bunker stems
    Many bills beefed up for interest charges as wrangle heads for Oslo Supreme Court
  • Uggla leaves Svitzer to head up AP Moller Holding
    Damco Americas chief executive Henriette Thygsen takes Svitzer top spot
  • New broker group adds pressure to Baltic sale talks
    Competitive Ship Brokers Ltd designed to run in parallel to the Baltic Exchange as SGX sale talks continue
  • Frontline sells six MR product tankers to focus on crude
    Deal done for $172.5m
  • Post-panamax revival fails to lift rates
    Overcapacity continues to plague the market, but brokers are optimistic of a firming of rates for post-panamax ships over the next month
  • NordLB confirms Bremer Landesbank rescue talks
    Bank may take full control of smaller lender hit by bad shipping debt
  • Box rates could rise as fight for market share ends
    Rate erosion is slowing as market begins to rebalance
  • What have we learned from Posidonia?
    Depending who you listen to it is either time to buy, time sell, time to consolidate or time to specialise
  • DSME workers vote on possible strike
    Result of union ballot is due on Tuesday
  • Stena Weco eyes steady growth towards world's largest MR tanker fleet
    Danish and Swedish joint venture looks to add further muscle to its 60-strong fleet, but does not want to join forces with another owner
  • Genco Shipping secures new loan facility worth up to $400m
    Company's use of the fresh funding is subject to number of conditions
  • Shanghai port box throughput falls while Singapore volume rises
  • Diana Shipping inks time charter agreement with Transgrain Shipping
    Deal expected to bring in around $1.55m in gross revenue for minimum time charter period
  • NYK to take stake in Ezra and Chiyoda subsea joint venture
    After NYK's 25% stake purchase, Ezra will own 40% of the joint venture, while Chiyoda will have a 35% shareholding
  • New York/New Jersey port able to handle neopanamax vessels by end-2017
    Port authority's statement is given in response to reports questioning the ports' ability to do so

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 13, 2016
  • NY-NJ port able to handle 14,000-TEU ships once Bayonne Bridge raised
  • Japanese logistics firm latest to target Southeast Asia demand
  • Rio de Janeiro container terminal sets weight service cost
  • Home Depot builds last-mile capacity to support stores as fulfilment centers
  • Lufthansa Cargo to lay off hundreds amid slowdown
  • Cosco one step closer to controlling Piraeus port
  • TEU growth of US Gulf Coast ports exceeds that of overall US
  • India seeks to make public ports independent companies
  • Liverpool SOLAS service extends weighing to most UK ports
  • Grant advances California's green shipping push
  • Carriers pay the price for debilitating Asia-Europe rate war

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TradeWindsweb site
JUNE 13, 2016
  • Capital Link adds duo from investment bank
    KGS Alpha Capital Markets' Sandy Reddin and Katleen Menten join shipping-focused investor relations and advisory firm.
  • Regulator considers HMM-Hanjin marriage
    South Korea's Financial Services Commission chairman shows willingness to mull a merger.
  • VLCC spot rate plunges to nine-month low
    Heidmar-operated Ridgebury Pioneer fixes for 14 points below last done rate; spot earnings fall 21% today.
  • Capital Link adds investment bankers
    KGS Alpha Capital Markets' Sandy Reddin and Katleen Menten join shipping-focused investor relations and advisory firm.
  • NYSE warns Navios on share price standard
    Angeliki Frangou-led shipowner said it intends to cure failure to meet listing standards.
  • Fjord1 orders battery ferries at Tersan yard
    Norwegian owner places its second order in Turkey since last year - a pair of electric vessels.
  • NYSE warns Navios Holdings on share price
    Angeliki Frangou-led shipowner said it intends to cure failure to meet listing standards.
  • Three PSVs move out of layup
    Farstad, Volstad and Gulf Offshore reactivating supply ships in North Sea sector.
  • Braemar ACM pulls out of ICON JV
    London-headquartered brokerage ends venture in the Middle East.
  • DSME workers voting on strike
    Korean yard's union wants protest against job cuts and defence unit spin-off.
  • Ill cadet airlifted from Matson ship
    US Coast Guard helicopter flies seafarer from Maunawili off Alaska.
  • Thygesen replaces Uggla as CEO at Svitzer
    Damco Americas chief executive takes over new role at Maersk Group's towage and salvage arm.
  • Maersk Line expects Brazilian recovery
    Danish owner says exports were strong in first quarter, but imports hit seven-year low.
  • MAST says 'Bremain' ahead of referendum
    International maritime security firm says Britain has to stay in the European Union.
  • Pacific Radiance torches Chinese PSV contracts
    Singaporean owner begins legal proceedings against SWS and claims a refund of $10.63m.
  • Russia's Novatek plans Murmansk shipyard
    Gas company will start building "large" structures at new plant from 2017.
  • Vinalines aims to sell six ships
    Vietnamese owner seeks government clearance to offload mostly veteran vessels.
  • GasLog selling new bonds in Oslo
    Greek LNG carrier owner will try to tap the Norwegian bond market to refinance existing debt.
  • Swire sells anchor-handler into Egypt
    Offshore owner disposes of 1998-built Pacific Brigand.
  • Sewol salvage starts off South Korea
    Chinese-led consortium begins process of raising tragic ferry.
  • Robust demand delivers record for P&O
    May was the thirteenth month in a row that the British owner carried more than 100,000 freight vehicles.
  • CMA CGM not afraid to idle ships
    Rodolph Saade reveals the French line's next moves after the NOL deal.
  • Wilson sells veteran bulker into Albania
    Norwegian owner says 1976-built vessel offloaded at book value of $520,000.
  • Fujian Mawei wins tanker order
    Unknown owner signs with Chinese yard for asphalt and bitumen carrier.
  • Polarcus adds survey job in Barents Sea
    Middle East owner says work replaces contract awarded by Repsol in Morocco.
  • NYK set to invest in subsea services sector
    Japanese shipowner increases its exposure to the offshore sector with stake in EMAS Chiyoda.

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American Shipperweb site
JUNE 13, 2016
  • Frasers Logistics & Industrial seeks $654m from IPO
  • Judge questions 'novel prosecution' FedEx drug shipping case
  • Singapore urges U.S. against tweaking TPP
  • Drewry: Contract container rates continue to plummet in early 2016
  • Port Logistics Group expands in Savannah
  • Korean government to consider merger of Hanjin, HMM
  • UP: Oregon oil train derailment caused by broken bolt

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JUNE 13, 2016
  • Singapore data: May bunker fuel sales rise 18% on year to record 4.36 mil mt
    The last time bunker fuel sales sold to passing ships hit a record high was in August 2015 at 4.29 million mt.




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