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29 September 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 05:54 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 15, 2016
  • Transpacific, Asia-Europe contract rates fall 29pc in year to May
  • DP World chief calls for co-operation on 'One Belt One Road'
  • Kenya not ready to comply with UN's rule for container weights by July 1
  • Drewry doubts new Panama will drain USWC cargo to USEC in short term
  • China's Silk Road scheme brings opportunities to Hong Kong: HKTDC
  • Hapag-Lloyd enhances loop with new Black Sea Med Express (BMX)
  • Echo Global Logistics returns to buy niche businesses after pause
  • Outlook for Vietnam's logistics sector bright as exports, production rise
  • Automated gates expected to cut truck congestion at Chennai port
  • ICTSI Philippine-Georgia Friendship Park opened in Tbilisi Zoo
  • Swedish pilots join Air France-KLM strike, but fissures split French and Dutch
  • Miami and Brussels airports launch pharma twin air hub alliance
  • FAA seeks US$350,000 Amazon fine for drain cleaner leak at UPS facility
  • Tampa International Airport keeps Amazon's Florida warehouses stocked
  • MASKargo migrates services over to Unisys Logistics Management System

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Exim Indiaweb site
JUNE 14, 2016
  • Cybersecurity management system being developed for fleet
  • Flywheel Logistics appoints PwC for advising on equity infusion
  • NOL appoints new Chief Executive Officer & Chief Financial Officer
  • Work under progress for launching LNG barges on the Ganga
  • Duty barrier may be imposed on import of chemical
  • More global demand for Indian sugar seen this fiscal
  • JNPT launches final leg of Inter-Terminal Transfer across APMT & NSICT & vice versa
  • Major Ports show marginal increase in thermal coal imports
  • Notes on Foreign Trade Policy (2015-20)

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 15, 2016
  • Truck operator opens new facility in California
  • Fastest growing private company in UK
  • New Spanish carrier chooses Jettainer
  • IRU urges moratorium in France
  • Dagnese transfers to Peco Pallet
  • Deploying drones for ship inspections
  • Deeper footprint in Black Forest
  • Refurbishing USA-Mexico desert railway line
  • Arkas Line redesigning Turkey-Levant coverage
  • LH Cargo station opens at PAD
  • 65 candles for Chipolbrok
  • Deschodt takes a step forward in Dunkirk
  • Huawei laurels for Kuehne + Nagel
  • From Poland to Belarus via Kutno and Brest
  • World's largest sea-lock opened in Antwerp
  • Maskargo migrates to LMS
  • New CEO and CFO for NOL

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JUNE 14, 2016
  • Shorter-haul voyages set to squeeze LNG shipowners
  • Lawmaker: US ports still vulnerable to terrorism
  • GasLog taps Oslo bond buyers as investor interest perks up
  • Marine hull insurance set to undergo cost revolution
  • Dredging must mitigate and adapt to climate, says WODA chairman
  • CMA CGM names Sartini as new chief executive of NOL
  • Pacific Radiance in arbitration with Chinese shipbuilders
  • South Korea's president urges proactive and principled restructuring of shipbuilders
  • Dry bulk demolition sales, newbuilding deliveries slow down
  • Hanjin-HMM tie-up possible once restructuring completed, says finance chief
  • Sungdong Shipbuilding inks product tanker contract
  • Iran-South Korea container service launched as business and trade ties gather steam
  • How spike in crude supply disruptions impacts tankers

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The Loadstarweb site
JUNE 14, 2016
  • More merger rumours as Hanjin charter cut talks are hobbled by payment arrears
  • IAG Cargo appoints Pravin Singh to head Asia Pacific and India, as John Cheetham moves back to HQ
  • China's strategy is to link its global supply chain investments by 'one belt, one road'
  • Expanding Qatar eyes new routes into China and LatinAm perishable air cargo market
  • Comment: a new balance between 'the business' and IT could boost air cargo
  • Europe transport chief: think bigger on EU-US open skies
  • FAA proposes $350,000 hazmat fine for Amazon after drain cleaner leak harms UPS staff
  • CMA CGM executives move into NOL boardroom as takeover completes

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Marine Logweb site
JUNE 14, 2016
  • Frigate towed to Detyens for conversion
  • HII makes VP appointment at Newport News
  • First National funds Nigeria shipyard offer
  • Now part of CMA CGM, NOL gets new leadership
  • New high-speed ferry for Majestic Ferries
  • Schulte box ship earns discounts for environmental performance
  • Dualog names Hannemann Product Manager

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JUNE 14, 2016
  • Port of Portland Commission Oks gas station lease at PDX
  • COSCO vessel heading to Panama for first transit through expanded canal
  • NYK buying 25 percent share in subsea facilities company
  • Drewry Benchmarking Club reports drop in freight rates
  • Ceremony marks command change at Portland Marine Safety Unit

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 14, 2016
  • Strange bedfellows as container lines fight for survival
    The dust is starting to settle on the biggest shake-up the industry has ever seen, but expect a few more shocks still to come
  • Industry leaders required. Apply here
    Given the turmoil in shipping, entering awards may not be the top of your priority list today. It should be
  • OW Bunker triple payment threat extends to hundreds of Norwegian owners
    Some have already paid twice for same stem, lawyer confirms
  • Supras shift down a notch
    Softer sentiment emerges but all is not lost
  • Baltic extends olive branch to new broker group
    Exchange says it looks forward to "constructive engagement" with new panellist group
  • Banks ask Marenave to sell entire fleet
    Hamburg-listed KG operator admits it might not make it to end of year
  • Iran exports to boost ethylene/LPG carriers
    Iranian volumes will help soak up tonnage and offset the slowed US trade by 2017
  • Decision on Elbe deepening project due in 2017
    Dredging is vital for Hamburg access by megaships
  • Boxship rescues survivors from damaged yacht
    Southern Lily deploys rescue line to save two men and a woman off New Zealand
  • Majority of DSME unionised workers vote for industrial action
    Strike date has yet to be confirmed
  • NOL board appoints industry veteran Nicolas Sartini as new chief executive
    Newly constituted board names Serge Corbel as chief financial officer
  • IRISL launches first direct container service from Incheon to Middle East
    Seven vessels to enter South Korean port at fortnightly intervals
  • Cruelty claims prompt Australia-Vietnam live cattle export halt
    Industry association to investigate alleged incidents
  • South Korea labour reforms to aid shipyard workers
    President Park to dial back on employment retention funding, postpone social insurance payments and seek to increase unemployment benefits
  • Pacific Radiance issues arbitration notices to two Chinese yards
    Yards allegedly failed to delivery offshore vessels in accordance with contract obligations
  • Navios Maritime warned by NYSE over share price
    Company aims to regain compliance of listing regulations within stipulated grace period
  • VLCC owners sing post-Posidonia blues
    Benchmark Middle East-Japan rate down more than $10,000 per day in one session
  • Capital Link expands team as need for capital grows
    Bankers Sandy Reddin and Kathleen Menten join Nicolas Bornozis

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 14, 2016
  • Another trans-Pacific carrier cuts capacity amid back-to-school restocking
  • Georgia to soon choose operator of Black Sea container port
  • All-water service replaces Mexican intermodal route to Houston
  • Government minister rekindles talk of HMM, Hanjin merger
  • Chennai hopes tech breaks bottlenecks
  • Canada's Manitoulin Group acquires global cold-chain forwarder
  • CMA CGM shakes up NOL executive board
  • Damco launches container weighing services
  • New Iran-South Korea container service sign of growing ties

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TradeWindsweb site
JUNE 14, 2016
  • Nigeria's Fairway scores cash for yard buy
    Offshore vessel operator sources up to $62.2m to purchase and expand facility at Onne Port Complex.
  • Nordea seeks freeze on Primorsk lawyer pay
    Bank says about $2m in fees to shipowner's attorney fees should be deferred until after tanker auction over 'troubling' developments.
  • Quality key to tapping Oslo bond window
    Experts explain the route to bond market dollars, with clock potentially ticking for would-be issuers.
  • Yilport bags Solventas liquids terminal
    Yildirim Group subsidiary buys country's largest liquids port facility as part of growth ambitions.
  • Iran oil exports reach four-year high
    Tanker shipments to Europe recovering to near pre-sanctions levels.
  • GasLog completes bond sale worth $90m
    LNG carrier owner successfully concludes issue of fresh debt in Oslo.
  • Mermaid re-charters 'unique' vessel
    Singapore-listed owner enters into one-year agreement with Miclyn for ex-Windermere.
  • MMA Offshore struggles to sell ships
    Australia's MMA Offshore says it will fail to meet its asset-disposal target this year.
  • VLCC supply 'plentiful' short term, Nokta says
    Analyst surveys falling VLCC market while Arctic looks to Basrah for signs.
  • BSC plots $370m tanker, bulker order
    Bangladeshi owner wants new ships to serve contracts with national oil company and power stations.
  • Flex LNG co-founders clear their desks
    Jostein Ueland and Trym Tveitnes resign from John Fredriksen-controlled company.
  • Japanese owner scraps oldest boxship
    Tokei Kaiun said to have sold the MOL Solution for demolition in India.
  • Alpha snaps up second capesize of 2016
    Greek owner confirms purchase of modern vessel.
  • Saade and Sartini era begins at NOL
    CMA CGM executives officially take over top tier positions at newly acquired Singaporean company.
  • Epic LPG carrier suffers water ingress
    Chinese authorities respond to Singapore-owned vessel in Pearl River estuary.
  • Nigerian group threatens to sink ships in delta
    NDA militants to step up activities as precursor to mediated talks with government.
  • SHI invited into India's LNG terminal project
    Fox Petroleum is trying to bring South Korean shipbuilder into $1bn scheme.
  • DSME workers vote in favour of strike
    Labour union is preparing for industrial action at the troubled shipbuilder, but no date has been set.
  • Hanjin talks rate cuts with Seaspan's Wang
    Korean group's chairman meets boxship owner's CEO as part of Hanjin Shipping's restructuring.
  • Grounded ship damages Philippines coral reefs
    A Japanese-owned vessel carrying cement accidentally runs aground.
  • USC pumps $23m into Baltic Shipyard
    Russian state holding company increases capital of shipbuilder to allow it to repay loans.
  • A2Sea clinches Danish turbine job
    Domestic owner's Sea Installer lands Horn Reef 3 wind farm contract.
  • "Bone-crushing" effort needed to save Korean yards
    South Korean president says mass job cuts necessary to avoid damage to economy.
  • PIL boxship plucks crew from stricken yacht
    New Zealand rescue authorities praise master and crew for what was a difficult operation.
  • Eidesvik secures second offshore wind contract
    Norwegian owner finally finds employment for vessel following collapse of previous charterer.

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American Shipperweb site
JUNE 14, 2016
  • Drewry: More container mergers may be in the cards
  • Beira Port prepares for higher corn volumes amid drought
  • KLM invests in new sort system for express consignments
  • Damco to offer VGM services

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JUNE 14, 2016
  • Strikes continue at some refineries, ports in south France
    Vote due Wednesday
  • Cockett Marine Oil to end UK physical supply operations
    From end of June.
  • IEA sees oil market back in balance in H2
  • India eyes switch to LNG-fueled barges on the Ganges by end-2018
  • Nigerian militants threaten to attack oil tankers
  • Japan's Apr bonded bunker fuel sales fall 23.5% from Mar to 2.12 mil barrels
    The sharp month-on-month pull back came amid a backdrop of high prices and low demand.
  • Oil complex weakens amid sell-off in global equities
    Several upcoming events with the potential to impact financial markets have shifted the investor climate to one of "risk-off" behavior.

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