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03 April 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 11:09 GMT+2




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Sched Netweb site
MAY 18, 2016
  • San Pedro ports slip in April, LA boxes down 1pc and LB off 22.1pc
  • Strikes over new labour laws, working conditions hit French transport
  • HHLA Q1 profit up 44.6pc to US$20.4 million as box volume falls 7.7pc
  • APM Terminals signs crane extension contract for Pier 400 Los Angeles
  • First quarter container equipment prices fall 15pc, hitting record lows
  • Fire-ravished 4,650-TEU Safmarine Meru towed into Ningbo
  • Horizon Terminal Services starts operations in Port Everglades
  • Patrick Ottensmeyer succeeds Starling as CEO of Kansas City Southern
  • Trump says Britain outside EU wouldn't be last in line for trade
  • Chemical product shipping rates expected to be firm, says Drewry
  • TOC Europe conference in Hamburg to explore digitalisation of supply chains
  • FNC Group hold forwarders convention from June 17-20 in Colombo
  • Cathay, Dragonair cargo volume better than expected, but yields poor
  • Hong Kong airport's April air cargo increases 1.2pc to 365,000 tonnes
  • False alarm fire in cargo hold brings 747F back after Hong Kong takeoff
  • Lower cargo yields hammer SIA Cargo performance as losses widen
  • UK forwarders 'mad as hell' as government dallies on London runway

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Exim Indiaweb site
MAY 17, 2016
  • Baltic Dry Index sees impressive gain
  • BIMCO to refer to new York-Antwerp Rules 2016 in future documents
  • John Banaszkiewicz elected FFABA Dry Chairman
  • Manpower report predicts potential shortage of almost 150,000 officers by 2025
  • Ministry of Shipping puts in abeyance dollar-linked coastal tariff
  • NYK Line India's Mobile Medical Vans serve the needy
  • Car exports from India going north
  • Oilmeals export slumps in April
  • Chennai Port organises RTI training programme
  • V.O. Chidambaranar Port Trust introduces water sports to Tuticorin
  • Rlys removes freight rate difference between iron ore meant for exports & domestic consumption
  • Warehouse (Custody & Handling of Goods) Regulations, 2016
  • CommMin steps in to facilitate garment exports

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International Transport Journalweb site
MAY 18, 2016
  • XXL load flown from Prague to Perth
  • CeMat showcasing alongside Hannover Messe
  • Former XPO manager helming JF Hillebrand UK
  • Two rail leasing companies join forces
  • Still no end to Chinese expansion
  • Plethora of services for online retailer
  • Widening export range of Japanese perishables
  • Austria: shifting another 100,000 HGV trips to the railway
  • CSafe appoints sales director for France and Spain
  • Wu named DHL country manager for Cambodia
  • Armenia to improve road infrastructure
  • K Line withdraws from Moody's
  • Air Côte d'Ivoire ups Pointe Noire frequency
  • World's first co-branded B777 delivered
  • Four hands make light work of deliveries

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IHS Maritimeweb site
MAY 17, 2016
  • 'K' Line drops Moody's rating following downgrade
  • Container ship fleet's capacity to reach 20 million teu, but weak demand prevails
  • Bourbon backtracks on gas tanker diversification
  • Buy used ships and keep capacity down, leading financier urges shipping industry
  • In pictures: Harmony of the Seas cruise ship arrives in Southampton
  • LafargeHolcim opens shipping office in Singapore
  • Pan Ocean's profit falls 39.2% in 1Q
  • Adjusting chief call on London to launch review of hull clauses
  • SPP Shipbuilding sale hits snag
  • Final shipments arrive for Australia's fully automated Melbourne terminal
  • Shortfall in ship officers set to grow
  • Courage Marine narrows first quarter loss by 37%
  • 'Devil in the details' for box-weighing compliance
  • KGI: OSV firms to recover from the bottom
  • Third party ship managers see their time come
  • Ezion's investment in windfarms may start paying off this year
  • New China-Australia service creates both joy and jitters

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The Loadstarweb site
MAY 17, 2016
  • Is buying CEVA the key to the global expansion ambitions of CJ Korea Express?
  • There will be winners and losers as the game of shipping alliance musical chairs speeds up
  • More new technology for complying with VGM rules a weight off shipper minds
  • Thieves 3D-print keys and locks to bypass container security
  • The history of the SCFI - the Shanghai Containerised Freight Index
  • JD.com eyes smarter logistics ecosystem with robots and drones

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Marine Logweb site
MAY 17, 2016
  • Canada ferries now eligible for federal funding
  • LNG fueled cruise ferry carries its four millionth passenger
  • Russia's USC to build first cruise ship in decades
  • Tuco books another wind service workboat order
  • U.S. and Denmark sign MOU on offshore wind
  • Bouchard unveils new corporate logo
  • Manpower report sees seafarer shortage ahead
  • Bourbon puts ethane ambitions on back burner
  • Indian Navy picks MAN engines for stealth frigates

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World Wide Shipperweb site
MAY 17, 2016
  • Port of Seattle provides grants to support tourism in Washington
  • Matson logistics expanding China to New York LCL service
  • INTTRA taps Jeff White as CFO, head of strategy
  • Port of Bellingham helps with startup of economic development website
  • Diana Shipping takes delivery of Panamax dry bulk vessel MAERA

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MAY 17, 2016
  • Navios Partners earnings miss pinned on ill-fated support strategy from parent company
    Loss sharing from related party charters weighs heavily on revenues.
  • CMA CGM enhances Asia-north European connections
    New port calls for FAL1 and FAL23 in addition to the reintroduction of the FAL7 service from June
  • Supras slide
    Few new cargoes from South America adds to weaker tone in the Atlantic
  • Navigator Holdings' profit drops 16%
    Wilbur Ross-controlled gas shipping company was hit by idle days due to softening market and a collision
  • Aronnax: Putting the lessons of Costa Concordia into practice
    After the 2012 disaster, a European study into damage stability was all the more pertinent; results are finding their way into design requirements and operational guidelines
  • K Line withdraws issuer rating from Moody's after downgrade
    Shipping company keeps ratings from Japan Credit Rating Agency and Rating and Investment Information
  • Battle for Latin American trade heats up
    Competitiveness between the region's key economies is set to increase as they are forced to seek alternatives to their traditional trading partners, claims report
  • Demand for officers will continue to outpace supply, say BIMCO and ICS
    Improvements in training and recruitment are insufficient to meet demand from future fleet growth, report claims
  • Epic Gas posts narrower first-quarter loss of $1.4m
    Company stemmed losses by controlling operating costs
  • Dry bulk downturn continues to weigh on Courage Marine
    Cost-cutting efforts reduce losses as revenues tumbled
  • Suezmax, aframax rates lose steam after brief surge
    Rates on West African routes softened across the board due to supply outages in Nigeria for all major crude streams
  • OOIL secures Japanese loans for ULC newbuildings
    OOIL now borrows from five to six Japanese banks
  • Box fleet set to hit 20m teu this year
    BIMCO report says ULC fleet growth boosts total capacity
  • Weaker steel prices push scrap rates down
    Demolition market to remain in doldrums in run-up to the monsoon season and Ramadan
  • Yilport appoints new chief executive
    Christian Blauert takes over from Sean Pierce
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    York-Antwerp changes
  • Nigeria oil supply outages hurt West Africa tanker trade
    Most West African crude comes from Angola and Nigeria
  • Marco Polo Marine reports 60% fall in second-quarter revenue
    Ship chartering and shipbuilding and repair operations weighed by industry downturn
  • Coscon and CSCL to further integrate container shipping operations
    Integration of transpacific and Asia-Europe routes will start from July 18 and July 25 respectively
  • Pan Ocean posts 40% fall in first-quarter net profit
    Results weighed by persistent tepid conditions in dry bulk market
  • Tanker floating oil storage surges on port delays
    Rates on benchmark routes find support
  • Taiwan's Yang Ming Marine slips into first-quarter loss
    Carrier's revenue fall 18.2% year on yea,r while operating costs drop 6.5%
  • Port of Cleveland attracts business from major European exporter
    Lubrizol Corp will reroute its specialty chemicals containers from rail to coastal ports to St Lawrence Seaway through the Port of Cleveland
  • Hapag-Lloyd adds Port Everglades to Mediterranean Gulf Express service
    Revised service will significantly improve company's transit time to South Florida
  • June cargoes lift VLCC spot rates
    Activity in Middle East picks up from last week amid fresh cargoes for June loading
  • US California ports see lower throughput in April
    Transpacific routes returning to seasonal trade flow patterns

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MAY 17, 2016
  • In strike vote, Teamster cargo pilots seek 'leverage' with DHL, airlines
  • Port Everglades terminals take varying approach to container weight rule
  • US ag exporters reject liner attempt to ease SOLAS liability fears
  • SOLAS approach in Latin America, Caribbean varies widely
  • LA-LB port complex faces unique productivity challenges
  • NY-NJ port drayage operators tap tech to boost efficiency
  • Industry shocked by scrapping of Brazilian port ministry
  • Matson unveils expedited trans-Pacific service to New York
  • Distribution demand speeds freight growth in Indianapolis
  • French ports, railways, airports, trucking face rolling strikes
  • Ocean freight to be a critical link in e-commerce supply chains
  • LA-LB terminal automation a necessity to handle growth
  • E-commerce revenue sends SingPost first-quarter profit soaring

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TradeWindsweb site
MAY 17, 2016
  • El Faro boiler could go out 'unexpectedly'
    Former master of sunken TOTE Maritime ro-ro explains vulnerabilities.
  • Heidmar aims arbitration at Tesoro
    Blue Fin Tankers pool pursuing demurrage claim against US refining giant.
  • APM gearing up for more ULC traffic
    Busiest US West Coast port readying for the shift to ever larger boxships.
  • Jurong Aracruz carries out first repair
    Sembcorp Marine's Brazilian shipyard adds line of business amid order drought for local market.
  • ER anchor-handler heads to Angola
    Transocean fixes German ship for cargo run to Las Palmas.
  • Chandris VLCC locked in for one year
    Greek owner takes period work for tanker after previous deal failed.
  • DCIX posts bigger loss as rates fall
    Greek boxship owner's expanded fleet not enough to reduce red ink.
  • Yilport names ports guru Blauert as new CEO
    Robert Yildirim's company promotes ex-CMA CGM man to handle its growing portfolio.
  • Bulker prices face 'sticky point', broker says
    Allied argues upturn in secondhand values could dilute asset play buyers.
  • DSME strikes deal with Iranian yard Isoico
    Korean shipbuilder to help partner build offshore structures through technology transfer.
  • Martin Midstream places $300m on shelf
    Filing shows any cash raised will fund buys and help trim debt.
  • Yang Ming slumps to $112m Q1 loss
    Operating costs rise above revenue for Taiwanese container line.
  • CSSC denies double VLCC deal
    Chinese owner was said to have spent around $50m on second hand tankers in a couple of weeks.
  • CSSC tipped for double VLCC purchase
    Chinese owner said to have spent around $50m on second hand tankers in a couple of weeks.
  • Tankerska founder Pasa dies aged 90
    Tributes paid to Croatian maritime legend in home city of Zadar.
  • LSC launches 'turnaround project' after loss
    Philippines boxship owner tries to immediately react to first quarter's negative bottom line.
  • Fincantieri scrapes into profit for first quarter
    Italian shipbuilding group says it has left crisis behind with "solid" result.
  • Libyan factions agree export deal for tankers
    Shipments to resume from Marsa El-Hariga after Viennese talks.
  • Krasnoye Sormovo's Q1 earnings cut back
    Russian shipbuilder increases revenue, but bottom line weaker.
  • K Line cuts Moody's in wake of downgrade
    Japanese owner ends coverage with ratings agency after fallout.
  • K Lline kicks out Moody's
  • Diamantides tied to cape amid price upturn
    Marmaras said to have added modern capesize in latest transaction to show improving asset values.
  • Pemex terminates Aban's rig contract
    Indian owner becomes latest casualty of Mexican oil company's cost reduction scheme.
  • Owners 'offered shares for HMM rate cuts'
    Korean owner's creditors prepared to give counterparties stock in exchange for fee reduction.
  • Sonatrach inks LPG order in China
    Subsidiary Hyproc picks Jiangnan for $40m contract including option.
  • Bourbon's gas dash hits finance hurdle
    Offshore owner fails to secure cash for $320m takeover of Jacques de Chateauvieux's gas carrier company Jaccar.
  • Epic sees better start to 2016, but still ends in the red
    Move to larger vessels looks to be paying off for LPG specialist as rates for small ships continue slide.
  • Vallianz secures more charter coverage in Middle East
    Singapore offshore vessel operator's order back log hits record $1.2bn with multi-ship deal.
  • Master asked to sail below stability mark
    TOTE Maritime executive requested more cargo than stability margin called for, but master says there was no pressure.

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American Shipperweb site
MAY 17, 2016
  • More container cargo moving with NVOCCs
  • BNSF operations chief to retire in August
  • Tulsa Port of Catoosa completes major dock renovation project
  • Great Southern Shipping to commence China-Australia loop
  • Matson Logistics launches new LCL service from China to New York
  • Port Everglades offers VGM support services
  • Rivigo leans on technology to dominate trucking in India
  • Maersk stock jumps 24% as 'Perfect Storm' warning ends
  • Crude oil rebounds to near seven-month high
  • Executive Moves: INTTRA, Halifax Port Authority and CAGTC
  • FDA filing deadline in ACE set for June 15
  • BIMCO: Container shipping fleet capacity to grow 3.4% in 2016
  • HNA enters exclusive talks to acquire Singapore logistics firm

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MAY 17, 2016
  • Bunker supplier Gulf Petrochem awarded stay of execution in cargo payment case
    On condition that bond is paid within 14 days.
  • Crude futures reach six-month highs after Goldman forecasts $50/b
    "The physical rebalancing of the oil market has finally started," Goldman Sachs said in a research note.




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