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Sched Netweb site
MAY 20, 2016
  • HK April down 9.3pc to 1.57 million TEU, S'pore off 3.8pc to 2.53 million TEU
  • Hong Kong Marine Department sets strict VGM box weigh-in rules for July 1
  • CMA CGM outline own rules on loading containers with VGMs
  • CMA CGM ups Asian port-Pak/west India/Sri Lanka rate US$150/TEU May 22
  • Marseille Fos general cargo in Q1 up 1pc Q1 led by container growth
  • St Petersburg's box terminal sees Q1 volume up 98.6pc to 146,200 TEU
  • Port of Odessa sees 15pc increase in box volume at 112,931 TEU
  • Seaspan Corporation's Q1 revenue up 14pc to US$215 million
  • APL's hi-tech reefers give Japanese perishables new global reach
  • Colombo to announce winning bidder for East Container Terminal next year
  • Kalmar lands deal to heighten 3 quay cranes for DP World Antwerp
  • Protectionist mood grips US Congress making trade deals a 'heavy lift'
  • Done talking, 99pc of American pilots flying for DHL vote to strike
  • Canada's Cargojet back in black for Q1 after two years of losses
  • Turkish Airlines suffers biggest Q1 loss of US$422 million as traffic slumps
  • UK air cargo interests 'must speak with one voice as Amsterdam does'
  • Frankfurt Airport sees 5pc growth in cargo volume to 182,000 tonnes

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Exim Indiaweb site
MAY 19, 2016
  • Hamburg Süd publishes new Sustainability Report
  • Investment in training seen as key to tackle predicted seafarer shortage
  • Rising VLGC fleet seen putting further pressure on LPG shipping rates
  • The Swedish Club provides a guide through marine insurance maze
  • APM Terminals Inland Services, South Asia focuses on risk management during Global Safety Day 2016 celebrations
  • APM Terminals Pipavav celebrates Global Safety Day 2016
  • APM Terminals Pipavav registers Q4 FY16 net profit of INR 498 m
  • Kandla Port gets special award from Ministry of Shipping for handling 100 mt
  • ACHAA organises training session on G-Pass Exam
  • DB Schenker opens logistics centre in Bhiwandi, near Mumbai
  • DICT is now a favoured import location
  • Anti-dumping duty imposed on Chinese steel imports
  • South Korea aims to be next entrant in India's Smart Cities mission

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International Transport Journalweb site
MAY 20, 2016
  • Now it is a fact
  • New IT system under starter's orders
  • New coal transport contract awarded
  • New owner for shortline railroad in Texas
  • Blauert replaces Pierce at Yilport
  • Solution for mobile container weighing
  • St Helena still waiting for airport opening
  • Gigantic logistics control tower project
  • Gecas kicks off B737 P2F programme
  • Swifter sailing between the USA and China
  • HL: new address in Piraeus
  • More than 7.7 km of rail track per day
  • Finland's Little Giant loaded for future transport
  • Five new carrier calls make CMIT boost
  • Green light for new JV postal service
  • Top tier appointment in Madrid
  • Air China now linking Frankfurt to Shenzhen

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IHS Maritimeweb site
MAY 19, 2016
  • US ship recyclers eye new European market source
  • Equity access thaws a little for biggest shipping names
  • Frangou keeps door ajar for related-party loans
  • Data convergence in shipping returns on the agenda, but 'one slice at a time'
  • Update: Several commercial ships involved in EgyptAir missing flight search
  • Thirsty China absorbs US chemical exports
  • Orderbook indicates need increasing for stainless steel-coated vessels
  • Chemical cargo demand forecast to surge by 2020
  • Tanker Investments to deleverage
  • Bumi Armada and Dialog tip to shine against downturn
  • China's clean fuel rule sends Singapore sales soaring
  • Tokyo court approves Daiichi Chuo rehabilitation
  • Hyundai Heavy Industries mulls sale of non-shipbuilding business
  • Throughput grows at Cosco Pacific's China and overseas terminals
  • Chinese port volumes rise in first four months
  • Sinopacific Shipbuilding parent company fails to make USD61.2 million bond payment
  • Tough going for Petronas as turnover and profits dip
  • First round of HMM charter negotiations fails

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The Loadstarweb site
MAY 19, 2016
  • HMM could be in receivership tomorrow, putting chartered ships and cargo at risk of arrest
  • With cargo still under pressure, Cathay Pacific chief demands spending cuts
  • Competition among US east coast ports for perishables heats up as facilities increase cold storage space
  • Silk Way AN-12 crashes with loss of seven crew, as EgyptAir investigators focus on CDG groundstaff
  • Amazon now looks at licensing or buying freight forwarding technology
  • Industry reaction to Maersk's remote container management 'game-changer'
  • Ramon Genemaras appointed XPO Logistics' chief transformation officer
  • Mass lay-offs loom in South Korea as corporate revamp starts

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Marine Logweb site
MAY 19, 2016
  • USCG issues warning on potentially dangerous distress signal
  • Vittoria Shipyard unveils 60 knot Interceptor
  • First findings of wind propulsion study to be released
  • First ALP Maritime SX17 named at Niigata
  • VIDEO: Davie responds to Canada's new ferry initiative

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World Wide Shipperweb site
MAY 19, 2016
  • Port of Anacortes announces changes to current staff
  • US rail feight traffic totals roll to negative side for week
  • APL sees big decrease in carbon dioxide emissions
  • Retired WSF vessel HIYU to be sold later this year
  • Coast Guard rescues two men from sinking 40-foot vessel

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MAY 19, 2016
  • Marmaras buys capesize from Hyundai Merchant Marine
    Hyundai Trust is second cape bought by Greek owner in recent days
  • Panama Canal allays safety concerns
    New locks will be safe for tugs, says ACP chairman of the board of inspectors Capt Rodrigues
  • Hellenic Carriers sells oldest bulker for scrap
    Newly private Greek owner lines up loan restructuring
  • Is the maritime industry up to speed on cyber security?
    Research suggests the industry is not as well-prepared as it should be in countering the threat of cyber attacks
  • Finding Elon
    Shipping gets two CO2 monitoring and reporting schemes, but the growing concern is whether it can remove CO2 altogether. Does it need Elon Musk?
  • Balancing the books
    Lee Meyrick was one of Lloyd's List's people to watch in marine insurance for 2016. He now marks three years as head of XL Group's marine business
  • Owners and banks confront their brave new world
    The leading lenders to Greek shipping are changing at a rapid clip
  • Ports and politics
    Proposed EU ports regulations have raised the ire of private port operators across the continent and beyond
  • Time running out for mid-sized box lines
    Tough choices ahead as carriers with modest market shares and limited resources ponder their future
  • Testing the waters
    Greek shipowners are a resilient bunch and will look to put on a good show in Athens despite deep austerity measures
  • Greeks answer the call of dry bulk tanker trends
    LLI data suggests Greeks are maintaining their prominent presence in global shipping trades
  • Greeks keep their foot on the gas
    Small gas shipping fraternity stands out for expansion, but the world's largest fleet continues growth in all sectors according to LLI data
  • Greece's European problem
    Shipping has no appetite for a Brexit, so it may be a bit off-message to suggest a certain frustration with Brussels. Here goes anyway
  • Hafnia profit slips as trading falls on oil products abundance
    Robust supply of oil products led to inventory and storage build in most regions
  • Last men out
    Despite the rising cost and uncertainty of being based in their crisis-stricken homeland, Greek shipowners have so far stood their ground
  • Roll out the blue carpet
    Buoyed by record attendances, this year's Lloyd's List Greek Shipping Awards will be presented on December 2 and will be judged by a prestigious panel including four new faces
  • Teekay Corp reports first-quarter net loss
    Factors undermining results include higher voyage, vessel operating and time charter hire expenses
  • Tanker Investments sees spot rates dip
    Revenues lifted by addition of six suezmaxes
  • China's back, lifting capes - or is it?
    Recent data signals have increased buying appetite for iron ore and coking coal from China as its real estate market booms
  • Good earnings, bad valuations: the curious case of crude carriers
    Secondhand prices are facing downwards trends regardless of freight market development
  • It's not over yet!
    No-one is rushing to declare the storm is at an end for Greece's ferry lines
  • Technomar takes its time
    A number of Greek shipping's latterday trends meet in Technomar Shipping, the country's third-largest boxship manager
  • Moody's cuts Navios Partners' ratings on liquidity concerns
    Recent debt payments, parent troubles and financial issues at HMM and Hanjin lead to downgrade
  • Seaspan secures more than $540m in debt and equity financing
    Company also renews its $150m unsecured revolving credit facility with a number of banks
  • UASC shareholders to vote on potential Hapag-Lloyd deal
    UASC and Hapag-Lloyd still in talks; UASC shareholders to vote on June 2
  • South Carolina Ports' April container volumes down 6%
    Port authority expects increased throughput in coming months on completion of Panama Canal expansion
  • Port of Wilmington proposes $300m expansion plan
    Twenty-year master plan calls for more investment from private sector

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MAY 19, 2016
  • Air India settles in US to close 10-year price-fixing lawsuit
  • US infrastructure funding plan would tax shippers
  • Spring brings little heat to US freight economy
  • Charleston port scraps plan to charge exporters for container weighing
  • Portland port's container future uncertain after last service exits
  • SOLAS proposal could provide major breakthrough for US exporters
  • Slide show: US ports gaining Asia import market share
  • US Congress asks FMC if liners' SOLAS approach is lawful
  • Container lines' costs jump on tougher green fuel rules
  • Suez Canal toll rebate fails to lure back lost services
  • China slump cannot keep Cosco Pacific from growth
  • UASC to vote on possible Hapag-Lloyd merger
  • GLP profits on global industrial real estate expansion

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TradeWindsweb site
MAY 19, 2016
  • Oh Canada! Thanks for ro-pax spend
    Quebec-based Davie looks to fill shipyard as new loonies loom for ferries.
  • DryShips stops paying loan interest, too
    George Economou-led shipowner makes debt payment suspension complete amid continued negotiations.
  • Frangou puts $50m loan behind her
    Earnings call emphasises the benefits of relationship between Navios entities
  • Time to 'chew' not grow for Teekay Tankers
    Chief executive Kevin Mackay says integrating prior acquisitions is still the focus for Teekay Corp spinoff.
  • French strikes could help ex-US MR tankers
    Nationwide labour strife threatens refinery closures, impacts ports and cancels ferry transits.
  • French strikes could boost MR tankers
    Nationwide labour strife threatens of refinery closures, impacts ports and cancels ferry transits.
  • Sulphur caps to raise costs for shipping
    Study sees costs up 25% to 85% for cleaner air, but enforcement won't be easy.
  • CalMac wins $1.3bn Scottish ferry contract
    State-backed operator beats Serco to huge eight-year deal for Clyde and Hebrides services.
  • Baltic spearheads drive for common standards
    London exchange ready to host attempt to standardise online shipping business protocols.
  • Master critical of TOTE safety response
    After asking company to report holes on El Morro to US Coast Guard, captain said it was not immediately disclosed.
  • Navios Acquisition a cent ahead of estimates
    Tanker owner reports strong Q1 performance as it stretches management deal with parent company.
  • Sponsor steps up at Capital Product
    Evangelos Marinakis-backed Capital Maritime snaps up units and launches plan to buy more.
  • Dynagas comes clean on FSRU interest
    Greek owner confirms it could order LNG regasification newbuildings.
  • Ocean Shipbrokers grows London S&P team
    Craig Taylor tells TradeWinds further recruits and overseas expansion likely.
  • SCF increases Q1 profit to $103m
    Russian owner boosts margins in strong three months for tankers.
  • Restructuring Reach partners with Aibel
    Oslo-listed company targets expanded customer base through cooperation with Swedish firm.
  • Hafnia Tankers extends profitable run
    Mikael Skov-led owner books first quarter results which show a slight market softening.
  • Bondholders okay Hanjin Shipping debt freeze
    Investors agree to roll over interest payments for another four months.
  • Damen sells fast ferry to Korean company
    Shipbuilder completes fourth vessel sale to Far East Asian operators in the last five years.
  • Teekay Offshore boosts income in Q1
    Shuttle tanker owner reports bigger adjusted net profit in the first quarter.
  • Teekay LNG talks up Yamal funding
    Owner strikes positive note on newbuilding loans as it completes Centrofin suezmax sales.
  • Daiichi wins creditor approval for 'rebirth'
    Japanese bulker player set to exit court bankruptcy proceedings in next few weeks.
  • Hellenic scraps last 1990s-built bulker
    Greek owner says Hellenic Wind to be scrapped for $2.88m, a book loss of $7.9m.
  • Teekay Corp strides to boost balance sheet
    Torben Karlshoej-founded funds support equity issue, with loans and asset sales also in the works.
  • Teekay Tankers hit by derivatives loss
    Tanker owner sees Q1 profit slip as revenue edges down.
  • TIL stays strong in first quarter
    Oslo-listed tanker owner maintains profit levels, but finance costs increase.
  • TGS hit by $39m tax claim
    Norway demands cash relating to alleged benefits derived from sale of seismic data.
  • Nord/LB loan provisions jump to $488m
    German lender blames deteriorating shipping markets for loss in first quarter, with more pain to come.
  • Gorgon LNG export facility restarting operations
    Return to operation expected to be gradual with next export cargo not expected until at least June.
  • DFDS to charter in ro-ro duo from Siem Group
    Danish ferry operator says it expects to deploy new tonnage on its network in the North Sea.
  • HMM said to have failed to reach charter rate cuts
    South Korean shipowner still in negotiations despite failure to win concessions from owners.
  • Seaspan Corp secures $540m in fresh capital
    Container leasing firm also confirms that Gerry Wang to stay on as CEO until May 2021.

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American Shipperweb site
MAY 19, 2016
  • K+N enters partnership with CNH Industrial
  • Shipbuilding layoffs emerge in South Korea
  • NEWS FLASH: OCEMA, six ports collaborate on VGM
  • EU cancels plans to discuss boosting sugar supply
  • Port of Charleston withdraws proposed VGM fee

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MAY 19, 2016
  • FACTBOX: Major supply disruptions hit oil markets
  • TANKERS: Tanker Investments sees 2016 strong for crude shipping rates
  • PRESS RELEASE: Teekay Tankers Ltd. Reports First Quarter 2016 Results
  • UAE-based Big Port Services has appeals quashed in Singapore court, must pay costs
    Court deemed arrest of the vessel Xin Chang Shu wrongful.

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