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

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Sched Netweb site
JULY 19, 2016
  • Hong Kong H1 box volume plunges 10.5pc with June throughput down 8.6pc
  • MOL implements GRI for cargo from Asia to Southern Africa from August 1
  • Hamburg's big port operator completes rail terminal at Altenwerder box shop
  • MSC reports uptake of VGM rules in France higher than expected
  • NZ's meat and dairy exporters gets largest ever boxship for Asia run
  • Mexican box volume up 3.1pc January-to-May as world prospects darken
  • Panama Canal Authority and Port Miami renew MoU to boost trade
  • Iperindo joins Marintec Indonesia to help transform Indonesia into a maritime power
  • Migrant incursions causes suspension of Calais truck-train service
  • Several factors, including Brexit, could lower cross-Channel transport rates
  • Cathay boosts cargo presence in US with new freighter service to Portland
  • IATA index shows air cargo executives foresee gloomy outlook
  • Chinese hacker jailed for theft of sensitive US aerospace data

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Exim Indiaweb site
JULY 18, 2016
  • Davies Turner expands UK-Poland services & European network
  • HAROPA - Port of Le Havre now in 3D & in real time
  • OOCL announces new Asia-Adriatic service for Asia-Europe trade
  • UASC & Hapag-Lloyd sign business combination agreement
  • Refrigerant from China gets anti-dumping levy
  • Major Ports do quite well in Q1 2016-17
  • Proposed Enayam Port seen resulting in annual savings of INR 1,500 cr. to ex-im community
  • Cargolux Airlines organises customer get-together in Mumbai
  • Concept Note: Logistics Efficiency Enhancement Program (LEEP)-Development of Multimodal Logistics Parks
  • JDGFT & Fieo hold awareness session on foreign trade in Kochi

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JULY 18, 2016
  • US maritime group looks to build up migrant rescue training
  • CPLP's 'Hyundai haircut' is much smaller than feared
  • Former DSME CEO indicted for corruption
  • Scrapping no panacea to excessive overcapacity, say analysts
  • Stolt-Nielsen to buy Jo Tankers
  • Bahri and APICORP set up USD1.5 billion fund to buy 15 VLCCs
  • Russia launches 'world's most powerful' icebreaker
  • DSME finalises its largest plant project
  • Hyundai HI delivers world's largest drilling rig
  • Polaris Shipping plan listing in 1Q17
  • Hapag-Lloyd and UASC sign merger agreement
  • NYK pleads guilty to cartel conduct in Australia
  • China's iron ore stockpiles hit 18-month high
  • VICT secures USD300 million loan as Phase 1 opening nears

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The Loadstarweb site
JULY 18, 2016
  • Hapag-Lloyd-UASC merger moves a step closer as lines agree ownership split
  • FAA bans flights between US and Turkey
  • Forwarders finally on equal footing with air cargo carriers following outbreak of peace between IATA and FIATA
  • Software playing by the rules could give us air cargo humans an edge
  • China's BAIC Motors follows Asian shippers to Mexico
  • Tauranga port doubles up

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Marine Logweb site
JULY 18, 2016
  • NYK pleads guilty in Australian criminal cartel case
  • Rolls Royce wins polar cruise ship contract
  • Wartsila to supply Marelli Motori with G-bearings
  • Hapag-Lloyd and UASC agree merger terms
  • Stolt-Nielsen swoops on Jo Tankers

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JULY 18, 2016
  • The Boeing Company marks 100th anniversary
  • Yang Ming Marine Transport opens subsidiary company in Spain
  • NYK team earns award for LNG-fueled tugboat
  • FedEx receives DOT nod for cargo flights to Cuba
  • Global Logistics System taps Sham as new chief executive officer

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 18, 2016
  • Handies earnings continue to ride at nine-month high
    Europe and Far East gain but parts of Atlantic trades show softness
  • Capital Product says HMM rate cut deal 'relatively favourable'
    Partnership will get compensation equivalent to $37m for a period of reduced hire on five vessels
  • Goodwill out and Hayes back at UK Department for Transport
    Britain set for new shipping minister
  • MSC upgrades India service
    Line joins forces with CMA CGM and UASC to add port calls
  • Long summer ahead for charter shipowners
    But for larger tonnage providers it could be easier to bear amid signs that rates are on the up
  • OSG presses on with splitting international and domestic business
    Filing registration with SEC for tanker spin-off is an important milestone, says chief executive Blackley
  • Turkey's biggest port closed during coup attempt, Mersin confirms
    But operations rapidly restored, while APMT says no impact on its Izmir facility
  • NYK pleads guilty to cartel charges in Australia
    Investigations into other alleged cartel participants continuing
  • South Korean yards' workers plan strikes this week
    Employees to protest against painful restructuring measures
  • Stolt-Nielsen buying Jo Tankers' chemical tanker business
    Fleet renewal is crucial as charterers become increasingly picky over chemical tanker ages
  • Triton/TAL merger to create box giant
    A new container leasing behemoth is born as TAL and Triton join forces
  • Hapag-Lloyd and UASC aim for end-2016 merger
    Update: New line will be fifth-biggest in the world with fleet of 237 ships totalling around 1.6m teu
  • SBM Offshore inks settlement deal over alleged corruption in Brazil
    Leniency pact with Petrobras and Brazilian authorities allows company to resume business with Petrobras
  • India's major ports see 6.2% growth in first-quarter cargo traffic
    Mormugao port posts record traffic growth due to surge in iron ore volumes
  • A river runs through it
    The Port of London's vision for the Thames offers a positive message of growth and improvement

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 18, 2016
  • XPO says it's at an 'inflection point' to profitability
  • Protest of NY-NJ port hiring practices shuts down traffic temporarily
  • Next phase of inland ports are intermediate DCs near cities
  • CMA CGM closes on NOL takeover offer
  • NYK pleads guilty to ro-ro price fixing in Australia
  • J.B. Hunt adds truck capacity, grabs market share
  • Indian port, manufacturing initiatives help arrest export slide
  • Hapag-Lloyd, UASC sign merger deal
  • Massive TEU scrapping just a dent in surplus capacity, Drewry says

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TradeWindsweb site
JULY 18, 2016
  • US LNG plant wins ok to raise export capacity
    Latest move sets up US for another step increase in LNG capacity in coming years.
  • Aker backs Solstad in Rem merger offer
    Proposal would reunite companies that went their separate ways in 2009.
  • Seaborne flows of US crude hit 18-month low
    Lifting of export ban failed to meet market hopes; world seaborne crude growth slowing.
  • CMA CGM nearly done swallowing up NOL
    French liner operator to start compulsory acquisition of remaining sliver after voluntary offer results in 97.8% stake.
  • Wells sees tanker demand risk in 'noise'
    Trump, Brexit and Turkey's unrest may not mean much on their own, but together they could bring trouble for crude demand, analyst says.
  • Capital Product off the hook with HMM
    Analysts united in belief 20% rate cut could have been far deeper.
  • Safe Bulkers wins fourth debt reprieve
    Polys Haijioannou-led company gets debt payments waived over next two years, and easier terms.
  • Tallinn to sell EUR 80m bond to fund ferries
    Estonian port issuing debt to pay for four newbuildings from Turkey and Poland.
  • Bondholders put the brakes on Rem's plans
    Age Remoy-led company "evaluates strategic alternatives" as it fails to get green light.
  • CPP reveals 20% HMM charter cut
    Korean owner will pay Marinakis-backed company $23,480 instead of $29,350 until 2019.
  • Stolt takes rival a year after sowing growth seeds
    Niels Stolt-Nielsen explains initial preparation for M&A came in 2015 with talks with Jo starting at Easter time this year.
  • Mini-bulker grounds in India
    JSW Steel ore vessel partially flooded off Mumbai coast.
  • Profit alert hits Hapag shares on merger day
    German owner's stock declines by 8% as investors react negatively to lower EBITDA forecast.
  • NYK admits Australian cartel charge
    Japanese owner will be fined at least $10m after investigation into car transport between 2009 and 2012.
  • Seized arms ship sinks in Philippines
    Captain Ufuk takes on water seven years after being held in weapons-smuggling case.
  • Statoil exercises option for Solstad AHTS
    Norwegian offshore vessel owner wins annual contract extension for 2007-built ship.
  • Clarksons: 27 yards won work in first half
    Data from shipbroking giant shows extent of difficulties facing the world's shipyards.
  • Fratelli Neri orders three tugs from Damen
    Italian owner returns to international shipbuilder and brings its total number of orders to six.
  • Maersk Supply names Bachmann new COO
    Asset manager of Maersk Drilling will leave his position to take over new role at Maersk's offshore arm.
  • Two killed as cargoships collide
    Captain and engineer die after their vessel involved in smash off Japan.
  • WIS workers start hunger strike
    Indian shiprepairs at ABG yard to starve themselves over non-payment of wages.
  • Philly Shipyard books stronger profit
    Oslo-listed outfit guides for slightly spiky earnings as it pushes out new tankers.
  • Stolt-Nielsen in $575m Jo Tankers swoop
    Oslo-listed owner buys 13 strong chemical tanker fleet and share in newbuildings from Norwegian company.
  • Hapag-Lloyd signs merger deal with UASC
    German owner bolsters its presence in the liner companies' top-five; revises outlook and expects smaller EBITDA.
  • Bahri in new $1.5bn VLCC venture
    Saudi Arabian owner teams with Arab Petroleum to invest in tankers.
  • Samsung Heavy closes on $2.5bn FLNG order
    Korean yard set to win big deal from ENI after losing $4.6bn Shell contract in April.
  • BW Offshore's $100m share sale over-subscribed
    Singapore FPSO group receives commitments for 34% more stock than was on offer in refinancing issue.
  • SBM Offshore settles with Brazil
    Dutch FPSO operator to make $162.8m leniency agreement payment to have Brazilian corruption charges against it dropped.
  • Cruiseship sinks on Amazon River
    Four crew missing and others injured after Aqua Amazon capsizes after explosion.
  • Aegean Shipping indicted by US grand jury
    Greek manager and Liberian owning company charged in ongoing "magic pipe" case.

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American Shipperweb site
JULY 18, 2016
  • NYK pleads guilty in criminal cartel case
  • Railroads, labor groups remain split over proposed two-person crew rule
  • Port of Boston handles its largest containership ever
  • Port of Hong Kong box volumes continue to fall in June
  • Drewry: Containership scrapping will double this year
  • Port of Oakland's box volumes slip in June
  • U.S. economy picks up steam
  • Report: DOJ to conduct internal investigation into failed FedEx drug case
  • Senate confirms Darling as FMCSA administrator
  • Greek shipping company indicted for pollution
  • FMC reviews 12 OTI license applications
  • Commentary: Optimization crucial in collaborative transportation procurement
  • UPS Worldwide Express adds more countries to network

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 18, 2016
  • Bunkering at Istanbul operating normally Monday: sources
  • TENDER DATA: South Korea's EWP buys 30,000 mt HSFO for July 18-20
  • FUEL FOR THOUGHT: OPEC's pyrrhic market share victory
    Needs a new strategy to co-exist with shale, Russia and big oil.
  • Singapore's Q2 LSMGO sales up 23.5% on quarter, 65.4% on year
    But sales fell in May and June.

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