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Sched Netweb site
JULY 14, 2016
  • CMA CGM to up Asia-northern Europe rate US$600/TEU from August 1
  • CMA CGM ups rate US$500/TEU on outbound cargo from the Mideast July 27
  • Hapag-Lloyd announces enhanced West Africa-Med Express (WMX) service
  • Philippines wins - Hague court rejects China's claim to South China Seas
  • US retailers expect small peak season as back-to-school volumes mount
  • Iran plans to double crude exports to re-emerge as OPEC's No 2 producer
  • Safety fears cloud advantages of expanded canal, says PGI Intelligence
  • West African kidnapping by pirates nearly double last year's total
  • South Africa demands 'amicable' end to Zimbabwe's ban on its exports
  • Box ship rear ends Beira suction dredger, causing partial sinking
  • HK's WM Container Line Limited appoints general agent in Singapore
  • Shenzhen's Donghai Airlines to buy 25 Boeing 737s and five 787-9s
  • Deal nears as GoAir India in talks to buy 70 A320s at Farnborough
  • CargoLogicAir at Farnborough to show jet flying car to beat speed record
  • Air China flies thrice weekly non-stop Shanghai-San Jose September 1

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Exim Indiaweb site
JULY 13, 2016
  • Brexit vote will impact container shipping market, says consultant
  • Club puts root cause of incidents into focus
  • GAIL (India) to ship in LNG
  • Great Eastern Shipping to add vessel to fleet
  • New York & Singapore arbitration clause options updated by BIMCO
  • Wärtsilä partnering marine industry leaders to promote LNG as fuel
  • PTA import made more difficult
  • DP World Cochin sets new record with 29 pc growth in first six months of 2016
  • Japanese delegation visits Kandla Port
  • New Mangalore Port Trust floats global tender to develop container terminal
  • Outlook positive for ports over the long term, says ICRA
  • Chinese construction group evinces keen interest in NHAI projects
  • Railways launches key freight initiatives

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International Transport Journalweb site
JULY 14, 2016
  • 412 operators run on German rails
  • Ro-ro traffic rising in northern Europe
  • Nahco signs up more new clients
  • Takeover in Denmark
  • Ukraine invests in electric traction
  • Wow Air lands on FCS doorstep in Frankfurt
  • Jaxport feels the Panama effect
  • Emons scoops up yearlong collaborator
  • Polishing up cross-border procedures
  • Two new leaders for the Northwest Seaport Alliance
  • Alitalia picks va-Q-tec's passive cooling solutions
  • UECC: first LNG PCTC passes test with flying colours
  • Imperial investing in Sasfin Premier Logistics
  • Rolldock appoints Bati as Turkish agent
  • More cars on the rails with new IR service
  • Boeing and Volga-Dnepr ramp up collaboration
  • Cranes take long voyage with AAL

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JULY 13, 2016
  • US rejects ballast water equipment testing scheme
  • Ports, terminals operators warned on 'black swan' threat
  • Hire rates for multipurpose ships slipping
  • Bomin boosts Mauritian bunkering ambitions
  • HHIC proceeds with sale of power generation affiliates
  • Possible closure of HHI's Gunsan shipyard sparks panic
  • Chang Myung Shipping continues tonnage clearance
  • Chinese first half port throughput rises 2.2%
  • Industry shifts could dent Westports' strong growth
  • Chinese shipyards see big rise in orders
  • Shipping industry weighs up impact of South China Sea ruling
  • Syndicated loan slump persists as banks continue to retreat from shipping
  • US Coast Guard outlines risks of historic Arctic cruise

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The Loadstarweb site
JULY 13, 2016
  • Forwarders see dark skies for airfreight as Emirates raises prices 'to make operations viable'
  • G6 plans huge capacity increase on Asia-Mediterranean trade, which may put pressure on rates
  • Panama Canal retakes market share from Suez as battle for Asia-USEC traffic heats up
  • Experts warn of overcapacity crisis in China's ports
  • Kenyan cargo firms cease South Sudan operations over security concerns
  • Freight comes to Farnborough: Silkway opts for an AN-124 and Boeing lands conversion orders
  • Aeon turns to Japan Post for Asian shipments

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Marine Logweb site
JULY 13, 2016
  • High speed cat fits JRC high speed solid state S-band
  • VIDEO: Guilty pleas follow huge North Sea drug bust
  • Royal Netherland Navy takes delivery of hybrid tug trio
  • First LNG-fueled 50,000 dwt bulker will have ME-GI engine
  • New coalition will promote LNG as a marine fuel
  • USCG issues ballast water management system guidance
  • CVN 78 delivery delayed again
  • Giant crane vessel features GE high voltage solution

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JULY 13, 2016
  • Alaska Airlines adding seasonal run from Sun Valley to Portland Airport
  • Port of Savannah welcomes first ship arriving from expanded Panama Canal
  • Sumas Customs agents process border crossing of Goodyear blimp
  • US rail freight traffic stumbles during week
  • Coast Guard honors trio for heroic life saving efforts

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 13, 2016
  • Panamax bulkers turn from poor relation to star performer
    Earnings at 10-month high as unexpected rise in Chinese coal imports boosts sentiment
  • United Arab Shipping Co mulls sale of $530m tanker fleet
    Buyers reportedly being sought for the 24 chemical and product carriers
  • Boxship upsizing might come to an end, says CMHI
    The ultra large container ship did not work out as well as expected
  • OW Bunker: the aftermath
    When a contract for the supply of bunkers is not a sale contract
  • Are more criminal prosecutions ahead with Marpol Annex VI?
    Owners and operators urged to minimise risk of prosecution through comprehensive compliance and training programmes
  • Tysers affiliate Aquila looking to back further niche MGAs
    Spratt seeks to play 'very nice venture capitalist' for both marine and non-marine projects
  • Product tanker rates mostly lower amid deluge of gasoline and diesel
    High product stockpiles are restraining long haul trade and tanker rates
  • Victory for 'pay to be paid' as direct action blocked by Court of Appeal
    The Court of Appeal has simplified the test for obtaining an anti-suit injunction to block direct action claims against insurers under foreign legislation
  • Italian shipowners go on selling spree
    Disposals are on the cards to shore up balance sheets during these difficult times
  • Big ships, big problems
    TOC Europe discusses how the influx of ultra large containerships is impacting the whole industry and is leading to an increasingly uncertain future, not just for the carriers, but also the ports and terminals of this world
  • PSA unboxed
    Global port operator PSA seeks to tap 'disruptors'
  • Panama back on top in battle of the canals
    Central American waterway overhauls Suez as the preferred route for Asia-US east coast trade
  • View from the Bridge: Never waste a good crisis
    Port of Antwerp chief executive Eddy Bruyninckx describes how the port has managed to power ahead when rivals have struggled, as he prepares to retire after 25 years as head of the port authority
  • US box imports holding up as consumers 'cautiously spend'
    First-half inbound volumes set to show 1.5% rise, with 'normal trends' returning and retailers stocking up over coming months, says Global Port Tracker
  • Endurance Specialty maintains growth focus despite Brexit
    Graham Evans optimistic about Lloyd's securing trading rights in Europe
  • Suezmax and aframax tanker rates headed south again on tepid demand
    Analysts warn of looming oil glut as refineries may trim crude intake
  • An uncertain future
    The UK has voted to leave the European Union. What does that mean for its maritime sector?
  • Rising revenue fails to boost Ocean Yield profit
    Oslo-listed shipowner expects newbuilds and container vessel investment to lift third-quarter earnings
  • Hanjin Shipping sells stake in Vietnamese terminal joint venture
    Korean carrier says stake sale is part of efforts to bolster liquidity

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 13, 2016
  • LA port volumetakes a breather before peak season
  • Tech start-ups could partner with older logistics firms rather than disrupt
  • Panama Canal ousts Suez as top Asia-US East Coast route
  • Volga-Dnepr seals deal for twenty 747-8s for AirBridgeCargo
  • Russia freezes stevedore price increases following shipper complaints
  • Westports' Klang terminal faces multi-front threats
  • Green LA port terminal latest sign of shipper pressure to cut emissions
  • Users of busiest Indian port to vote on truck tolls
  • Long Beach volume rises as peak season winds begin to blow

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TradeWindsweb site
JULY 13, 2016
  • US LPG trade to Asia taking a major hit
    Market reports of halted cargoes add to VLGC woes as rates plumb seven-year lows.
  • Magnetar comes out with 11.3% of Teekay arm
    Alec Litowitz firm holding heap of Teekay Offshore common shares after preferred share conversion and private placement.
  • Wallenius Wilhelmsen to pay $98.9m US fine
    Joint venture of Wilh Wilhelmsen and Wallenius Lines becomes fourth company charged in price-fixing scandal.
  • IEA ups oil demand outlook for 2016
    Paris-based agency says Europe key to growth; floating storage at new high.
  • Canada pumps $17m into Marine Atlantic
    Federal transportation minister says cash will enhanced shipowner's terminals and shore operations.
  • Norwegian yard production down 17%
    Overseas orders fall as downturn takes a grip at shipbuilders.
  • Samsung Heavy staff stage sit-in
    Second protest by Korean yard's workers aimed at ending restructuring.
  • Japanese owner hangs on to panamax
    Brokers say offers for Red Gardenia were not enough to tempt Keishin Kaiun.
  • UK short sea routes in growth mode
    Stats from Discover Ferries show upward trends of freight units carried in English Channel.
  • Siem Offshore returns to S&P market
    Oslo-listed owner offloads 1996-built vessel and says its new owner will not deploy it in the OSV sector.
  • Hyundai Heavy workers voting on strike
    Ballot of members could see partial walk-out next week.
  • Grounded Benita won't be blasted free
    Plan to use explosives ditched as bulker remains pierced by rock in Mauritius.
  • TTA disposes of agency business
    European group Naxco pays nearly $1m to get full ownership of Thai owner's subsidiary.
  • Speculation swirls around RBS book
    Deutsche Bank's interest not so strange at a time when multiple suitors remain.
  • KMTC revenue hits record high
    Korean container line's sales top $1bn for 2015.
  • Cruiseship migrant row rumbles on
    Charterer files police complaint after $95,000-per-day deal to house refugees torn up.
  • Kuwait plotting IPO for KOTC
    Government could sell up to 30% of company that controls 32-strong tanker and LPGC fleet.
  • JP Morgan charts 'mild' tanker downturn
    Bank lowers rates view and suggests VLCC prices could fall by a further 10%.
  • Uruguayan port workers walking out
    Terminals expected to be affected due to 24-hour industrial action tomorrow.
  • Templeton funds sell slice of DSME
    Small reduction in holding reported by Singapore investment group.
  • Arctic: Cerberus selldown good for DHT
    Stephen Feinberg's exit as an investor could help tanker owner's share price, bank says.
  • Ernst Russ jacks up property portfolio
    German investment firm buys controlling position in WestFonds.
  • Three injured as pilot boat hits LNG carrier
    UK port crew taken to hospital after transfer on to Shell-managed vessel goes wrong.
  • Bourbon expands its share capital
    Two-thirds of investors opt to take 2015 dividend as new stock.
  • Prosafe banks up to $150m from share issue
    Phase one of floatel owner's restructuring complete as it tries to boost liquidity by $478m.
  • RMS St Helena set to linger longer
    The world's last long distance passenger and cargo liner service extended until at least July next year.

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American Shipperweb site
JULY 13, 2016
  • GENCO's warehouse closure to cost 160 jobs
  • Port of Savannah ushers in Big Ship era
  • U.S. prescribes countervailing duties for Chinese stainless steel imports
  • Emirates SkyCargo promises expansion at Columbus
  • LA/Long Beach ports sees truck turn times speed up
  • Report: Corruption case could cost APMT Puerto Quetzal concession

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 13, 2016
  • Fifth HSFO VLCC on ARA-Asia arb route tightens barge market: sources
  • IEA sees high oil stocks casting shadow over market rebalancing
  • TRADER NOTE: Singapore-listed oil trader CEFC International's Liu Lei quits
  • Japan's May bonded bunker fuel sales rise 10.7% from Apr to 2.35 mil barrels
    Traders surprised given long Golden Week holiday and perceived lackluster demand.
  • SINGAPORE DATA: Jun Bunker fuel Sales Rise 15.6% on year to 4.09 mil mt
  • JAPAN DATA: PAJ says Jul 3-9 oil product exports drop 10% on week
    But high sulfur FO exports jumped 12.1% on week.
  • Japan Data: Paj Says Product Output Falls 5% On Week To 20.03 Mil Barrels Jul 3-9
  • Sonan Bunkers launches ARA operations
    Sonan Bunkers currently operates one barge vessel.




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