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05 April 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 14:39 GMT+2




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Sched Netweb site
JULY 15, 2016
  • Port of Long Beach enjoys 5.5pc import gain in June to 313,000 TEU
  • ANL, Coscon and OOCL under A3 alliance to launch Asia-Oz loops
  • Corruption scandal threatens APM Terminals concession in Guatemala
  • Hanjin raises US$20 million in box shop stake sale to stave off ruin
  • Global shipping confidence is at all-time low: survey
  • Chiquita banana's shipping operations shift back to Gulfport
  • Wider Panama Canal threatens transcontinental road and rail volume
  • Ships' chandlers can bust defaulters with Dutch EU-wide arrest warrants
  • Le Havre port can be viewed in 3D, real time with S-WiNG software
  • Agility expands in Africa by forming logistics JV with Super Group
  • Kalmar delivers reachstacker to JR Intermodal's terminal near Houston
  • Lufthansa Cargo in talks with Amazon and Alibaba on possible tie-up
  • Rickenbacker wins weekly 747 from Colombo, adding to HK, Dubai calls
  • Virgin proves its worth on pharma shipments without IATA's CEIV
  • All major players turn up at Farnborough Air Show despite Brexit vote

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Exim Indiaweb site
JULY 14, 2016
  • China offers support to develop Sri Lanka into a shipping hub
  • Evergreen vessel makes inaugural voyage through expanded Panama Canal
  • Grievance Redressal Forum playing a key role
  • Hyundai Merchant Marine inks MoU to join 2M VSA
  • IRClass strengthens senior management structure
  • KCHAA elects new committee for 2016-18
  • Chairman suggests setting up a Tea Park at Cochin Port
  • Kamarajar Port awards project to modify iron ore terminal to handle coal
  • DGFT highlights initiatives taken to boost foreign trade
  • South China Sea judgment seen important for global trade & commerce

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International Transport Journalweb site
JULY 15, 2016
  • Shipping line alliances impact on ports
  • Two Turkish carriers connect with Cluj
  • Qatar Airways invests in South America and Italy
  • UK - giant lorry park opening next summer
  • Civil Hercules version ordered for Brazilian market
  • Argentinian member joins CEE network
  • Global representation for bulk terminals
  • Bumping up UK-Poland services
  • BMW's new warehouse run by Kuehne + Nagel
  • Bountiful harvest for Haropa, Port of Rouen
  • Usat changing organizational landscape
  • News from conversion and MRO front
  • India: parcel deliveries by train
  • Canadian and German aviation clusters to cooperate
  • Inauguration of TLN warehouse in Dunkirk
  • ADV elects new committee/reinforces airfreight
  • More space for Rieck in Hamburg
  • Extended rail terminal under starter's orders
  • Honoured with seal of quality again
  • Spanish forwarders select new aviation boss
  • WAS reinforced by Arkas, Coscon, Messina and Zim
  • Swiss' new CS100 starts regular operation
  • POLB: imports driving up monthly results

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JULY 14, 2016
  • Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics fined USD98.9 million for fixing prices
  • APM Terminals could lose Quetzal container terminal over bribery allegations
  • Maersk Tankers wants Chinese carriers in its pools
  • DSME sued by pension fund over alleged fraud
  • TTA disposes of ship agency affiliate
  • Yangzijiang Shipbuilding disposes of subsidiary to cut costs
  • Japan yard orders fall again in June
  • China investigates shore power to reduce emissions in port areas
  • HMM signs MOU to join 2M alliance
  • Jiangsu yards 1H16 new orders up 65.8%
  • End of US crude export ban buoys tanker demand

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The Loadstarweb site
JULY 14, 2016
  • HMM signs up to partner Maersk and MSC in 2M Alliance next year
  • Bertling charged in Angola corruption probe, while WWL admits price-fixing and pays $98.8m fine
  • Will the smooth sailing of UK & Ireland ferry freight be roughed up by Brexit?
  • Nepal set to get cargo airline in an ambitious start-up project
  • Be warned: September's G20 summit in Hangzhou will disrupt cargo flows
  • Exploring the eight layers of 'matrix retailing'
  • UK government launches consultation on driverless trucks - which could join the highways as soon as 2018

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Marine Logweb site
JULY 14, 2016
  • Veecraft Marine completes two 35 m offshore security vessels
  • Fincantieri Bay Shipbuilding implements FORAN
  • Alfa Laval has scrubber ready for 0.5% sulfur compliance
  • Three injured when pilot boat impacts LNG carrier
  • Keppel AmFELS delivers jack-up to Mexican client
  • Draft fuel spec increases cat fine risk
  • WWL to pay $98.9 million criminal fine

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JULY 14, 2016
  • Steven Beck takes position on Newport Port Commission
  • Freight Transportation Services Index heads higher during month of May
  • Change of command set today for Coast Guard Cutter POLAR STAR
  • Port of Port Angeles promotes Nutter to permanent auditor, treasurer post
  • Port of Los Angeles sees gains in first half 2016 cargo volumes

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 14, 2016
  • Top box lessors Triton and TAL complete merger
    Combination creates world's largest leasing company with market share of 25%
  • NewLead aims for further expansion in bitumen business
    Greek owner explores becoming more than just a fleet operator
  • TEN earmarks another $20m for share buybacks
    Current price is buying opportunity, says expanding tanker owner
  • Nigeria LNG's Omotowa leaves top job
    Tony Attah takes the helm, with a continued focus on expansion
  • Fred.Olsen Energy is bearish on prospects for rest of year
    However, 2017 could bring some relief for the struggling offshore market
  • Transpacific traffic continues to rise
    North America's Asian imports up 3% in May, but growth on either coast of the continent was fragmented
  • Ports need to be ready for 'Black Swans' after Tianjin, Marsh warns
    Traditional insurance may not suffice for low probability, high impact events, broker says
  • HMM confirms plans to join 2M alliance
    Agreement marks conclusion of debt restructuring programme
  • Thoresen Thai Agencies disposes of stake in agency business
    Bulker owner says stake sale in line with strategy to restructure and strengthen shipping business
  • Singapore box volume resumes downward trend with 5.1% fall
    First-half figures down year on year as port handles 2.5% fewer containers in June than in May

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 14, 2016
  • Relief coming for truckers serving fast-growing Chicago-area inland port
  • China studies shore power to supplement new emissions rules
  • Does busier spot market signal a US truck rate spike?
  • Longer trucker turn times at LA-LB cost shippers
  • European shippers attack EU-liner pricing deal
  • Antwerp port on pace for second straight record year
  • CSX fails to arrest intermodal volume decline
  • Cochin throughput surges as 'Make-in-India' program gathers steam
  • Wallenius Wilhelmsen pays millions to settle US antitrust probe
  • Santos port labor talks continue, but further protests possible
  • HMM's joining 2M to boost alliance's Korean business

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TradeWindsweb site
JULY 14, 2016
  • P&O Ferries CEO joins Carnival board
    Helen Deeble takes non-executive director position at cruise giant.
  • IMC Holdings ship suffers benzene spill
    Chemical tanker incident at Vopak terminal briefly shutters Houston Ship Channel.
  • Golden Ocean preps reverse split
    John Fredriksen-led bulker owner to trade five shares in for one to keep US listing.
  • Rebound on TD1 as VLCCs move toward US
    Several fixtures in two days help lead to 27.8% jump in TCE rate for the TD1.
  • Rate pop as Middle East VLCCs move to US
    Three fixtures in two days on increasingly important route lead to 27.8% jump in TCE rate.
  • Seamec in $33.44m charter with HAL Offshore
    Indian offshore vessel owner to deploy one ship and one ROV to oil major's project.
  • NewLead boosts bitumen revenue and eyes growth
    Good performance from its tankers whets the Greek company's appetite for more.
  • Tsakos stretches buyback scheme by $20m
    Greek tanker owner looks to take advantage of its low stock price to acquire more shares.
  • Judge puts stamp on Prisco sale approval
    SCF Group's takeover of all of Primorsk International Shipping fleet given formal green light.
  • Nakilat edges up first-half earnings
    Qatari owner boosted by both LNG and LPG vessels.
  • DSME stock trading halted after lawsuit
    South Korea's National Pension Service wants around $43m in compensation from shipbuilder.
  • Arrested bulker to be auctioned
    Turkish-owned Bulk Rose to be sold online in August after Indian court order.
  • Salvor Ardent teams with Ardentia
    Svitzer and Titan JV cooperates with Spanish salvage company.
  • Star Bulk crewman lost overboard
    Search launched for seafarer missing from Star Mariella off Vietnam.
  • Price fixing "not solved" by boxship owners' pledge
    European Shippers' Council says boxship owners are still able to cooperate on pricing policy.
  • Zim upgrades West African loop
    Israeli owner running five 1,850-teu ships from the Med at the end of July.
  • Mermaid Maritime signs Thai deal
    Singapore owner sending personnel to work on oil and gas company's projects.
  • Hanjin considers stretching restructuring deadline
    Korean owner said to need more time to come to refinancing agreement with banks and bondholders.
  • HMM joins 2M as it completes great escape
    Korean owner emerges from restructuring by joining Maersk and MSC in boxship alliance.
  • WWS sees rates and utilisation fall
    Struggling Norwegian PSV owner keeps two vessels working in Brazil, with four laid up.
  • Soechi rated B1 by Moody's
    Ratings agency Moody's deems Indonesian tanker owner to have a solid market position.
  • Long Beach box volumes on the up
    US West Coast port sees overall June container volumes rise despite sluggish ocean trade environment.

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American Shipperweb site
JULY 14, 2016
  • Port of Antwerp's volumes grow in first half of 2016
  • Cathay strengthens presence in U.S.
  • ZIM to implement INTTRA's eVGM solution
  • Moody's: FASTLANE program is 'credit positive' for ports
  • Port of Los Angeles reports first half volumes rise despite weak June
  • WWL to pay $98.9m price fixing fine
  • CSX profits continue to suffer from coal decline
  • DOT seeks improved response to oil train derailments

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 14, 2016
  • Oil futures rebound after Bank of England holds rates unchanged
    The British pound rallied against the dollar Thursday.
  • Vancouver/Seattle IFO 380 spread closes to flat
    An unexpected discount in prices from Imperial Oil's Strathcona refinery is the cause.
  • OPEC oil exports down 310,000 b/d in four weeks to July 30: analyst
  • TANKERS: First HSFO VLCC for Aug on subjects for Rotterdam/Singapore: sources
  • PRESS RELEASE: Magellan Midstream to Construct New Pasadena Marine Terminal
  • NWE fuel oil hi-lo recedes to 5-week low as supply balance shifts
  • Asian shipowners reject EU proposal to pay for ship recycling licenses
  • TANKERS: UKC-East VLCC rates fall to near 5-year low on excess capacity
  • GLOBAL VLCC TRACKER: Chinese landings dive to six-week lows as demand softens
  • Industry participants say to collaborate on LNG bunkering initiative
    To accelerate uptake of LNG as marine fuel.
  • Singapore 180 CST HSFO cash differential at near 4-month high, flips to premium
    Amid more optimistic outlook for FO market in August.
  • Tank storage provider Royal Vopak to build 360,000 cu m oil terminal in Panama
    Will serve as bunkering and break-bulk hub for refined oil products in the region.
  • ULSD, naphtha lead Colombia product imports; fuel oil tops exports: lifting data
    Vitol was largest buyer of fuel oil - 5.8 million barrels.
  • Buenos Aires IFO 380 CST prices hit a three-week low on plentiful supplies
    IFO 380 CST prices at the Argentinian port were assessed at $355/mt delivered, a $35 decrease from Tuesday.
  • OIL Q2: IFO 380 CST Panama higher despite strong supplier competition
    The average spread between IFO 380 CST in Panama and Houston was $17
  • OIL Q2: US Gulf Coast HSFO price recovers after strong May
    US market recovered due to open arbitrage to Singapore, Latin America
  • OIL Q2: US bunker markets strengthen
    All ports post major gains over Q1 levels
  • TANKERS: Americas freight falls 25-30% since start of June on oversupply, seasonal lull
    Freight on the Caribbean-USGC route, basis 50,000 mt, slid to Worldscale 82.50 or $6.96/mt on Tuesday
  • Oil complex weakens sharply after EIA data shows product builds
    NYMEX August crude settled $2.05 lower at $44.75/b.




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