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04 August 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 10:33 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 20, 2016
  • A-E rate falls 17.9pc to US$540/TEU, off 16pc to Med ports, down 5pc to USWC
  • CMA CGM announces multiple rate increases to US$300/TEU mid-July
  • Seaspan rebuffs Hanjin's plea for 30pc cut in charter rates as 'illegal'
  • US regulator urges carriers to accept port operator's figure as VGM
  • Risks mount as expanded Panama Canal drives up value of insured cargo
  • NYK takes part in study to develop LNG bunkering hub in Yokohama
  • Ministry, Tokyo exchange names NYK 'competitive IT Strategy Company'
  • Mergers transform logistics landscape: A&A report says
  • Indian Shipping Minister eyes US$1.9 billion profit from marine holdings
  • Atlas Air pilots picket outside NASDAQ while management meets investors
  • Rio become latest member of Delta Cargo's Pharma 4 club
  • Brussels Airport's cargo traffic bounces back from March terror attacks

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Exim Indiaweb site
JUNE 18, 2016
  • All Care Logistics emerging as leading integrated logistics solutions provider
  • Contract East-West freight rates fall again
  • Seamen Welfare Organisation appoints Directors in India
  • Swiftline Global Logistics celebrates two years of successful operations
  • Transhipment of goods meant for North-East through Bangladesh commences
  • APM Terminals Inland Services, South Asia signs contract with Volvo in Chennai
  • Kandla liquid tank terminal players raise their concerns with Shipping Secretary
  • MbPT reduces port charges for coastal RoRo service
  • Container train service from Chennai Port to Hyderabad flagged off
  • Gadkari proposes logistics parks alongside ring roads, bypasses to boost multimodal transport
  • Inaugural time-tabled container train flagged off from Delhi to Bangalore
  • Bids invited for import of maize
  • CBEC revises tariff value of several commodities, including edible oils & gold
  • Export duty seen making outbound sugar shipments unviable
  • Fieo President hails non-oil exports moving into positive territory
  • Govt to extend import levy on wheat

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 20, 2016
  • From London to Singapore?
  • New logistics project in Madrid
  • New trailer expands heavy haul capabilities
  • New southern German AEO
  • YVR airport certified safe for salmon
  • Weight of Russian freight trains reaches record high
  • Cargo sailing ships coming back?
  • US railroad investing in infrastructure
  • New cargo system for KLM Cargo
  • Property developer appoints SVP for US west coast
  • Five Japanese lines going for scrubbers
  • New container train introduced in India
  • From one trade fair to the next
  • Re-established in South Africa
  • NYK going offshore
  • Hapag-Lloyd selects agent in Madagascar

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JUNE 17, 2016
  • Havensight Capital plots bid for controlling FreeSeas stake
  • Teekay Offshore seals USD200 million capital raise
  • Insurers look to drive cyber standards across marine sector
  • US mariner training sidelined by sexual assault dangers
  • Sovcomflot in USD260 million financing deal to cover Yamal LNG newbuilding
  • South Korean bunker suppliers eyeing overseas business
  • Sewol salvage works hampered by bad weather
  • Financial rewards await carriers making better use of big data
  • Grieg Star finalises USD400 million refinancing agreement
  • Hanjin faces tough negotiations with Seaspan
  • Container spot market slides as carriers prepare for huge hikes
  • COSCOCS makes bulk shipping debut
  • One Belt One Road to provide USD1.2 trillion in new infrastructure financing

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The Loadstarweb site
JUNE 17, 2016
  • Troubled Korean container lines blamed for 'surprise' drop in Asia-Europe spot rates
  • New technology may point the way freight forwarders can pull back eroding margins
  • Analysis: Wincanton, a rare beast eyeing a bite from potential suitors
  • Picture Special: London Gateway gets a lift as new cranes arrive for Berth 3
  • FedEx settles 'seismic' contractor mislabel case
  • Hanjin Shipping setback as Seaspan opposes fee cut

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Marine Logweb site
JUNE 17, 2016
  • Wartsila welcomes SUNY Maritime students to Trieste
  • Port Security: Port of Long Beach's virtual port
  • Azimuth thrusters change the way operators move cargo
  • VGM: FMC Chairman says just use weight determined at gate
  • Best practices in choosing and maintaining EALs for marine applications
  • Tugs & Barges: Evolving with the market
  • USCG creates job aid for LNG fuel system inspections
  • Shipyards struggle amid market downturn
  • Threats grow, but so do Navy ship costs
  • Orders for new ships slow, but U.S. owners active in sales and purchase
  • LCS 6 completes first full ship shock trial
  • A return to its maritime roots
  • How are tankers valued?
  • USMMA suspends traditional Sea Year
  • John Parrott named President of Foss Maritime

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JUNE 17, 2016
  • Ceremony celebrates christening of pair of new Tidewater towboats
  • Portland Airport advisory board schedules June 22 public meeting
  • Crowley presents scholarships to Maine Maritime Academy students
  • Port of Everett continues string of consecutive clean audit reports
  • DOT selects members for port performance group

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 17, 2016
  • Keeping it together
    What have we learned in the months of campaigning from the remain and leave lobbies?
  • EU referendum: The shipping case for remain
    Ahead of the UK ballot, remaining in the EU seems the best outcome for shipping
  • US east coast ports box volumes slump
    Two major east coast ports report last month's total volumes down year on year
  • DHT beats Euronav to top spot in tanker table
    Lloyd's List quarterly review shows VLCC owners are still top performers
  • Forget the Greeks, welcome to Copenhagen
    Danish capital tells you all you need to know about shipping and its trajectory
  • Attica joins Moroccans in new Africa-Europe ferry venture
    Greek company holds 49% of AML, which launched a new service to Algeciras on Friday
  • Spot market's downward trend continues
    SCFI shows further rate declines on the Asia-Europe and transpacific trades
  • Negotiating the UK's future relationship with the EU
    Our marine, aviation and transport insurance sector will not be significantly affected by the UK leaving the European Union
  • Rainbow Heavy Industries shuts offshore technology unit
    Chinese company suffered heavy losses from offshore in 2015
  • VLGC rates low but no fear of collapsing below opex
    Conference stifles chartering activity and rates stay in $25 per tonne range
  • FMC chairman urges carriers to tap existing box weighing procedures
    US maritime regulator head pushes for streamlining of VGM information transmission
  • The three final alliances
    We have now seen the inevitable conclusion to the shuffling of the carrier deck, with the remaining alliance carriers forming a new alliance
  • Evergreen secures 20-year lease extension of Colon Container Terminal
    Approval comes ahead of Taiwanese president Tsai Ing-wen's visit for formal opening of expanded Panama Canal

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 17, 2016
  • Volume declines at top three US Southeast ports
  • More draft restrictions squeeze three Santos container terminals further
  • Canadian preclearance bill would speed cross-border traffic
  • Report: Seaspan rejects Hanjin's proposed charter rate reduction
  • Trans-Pacific spot rates drop again, despite back-to-school restocking
  • Grieg Star completes $400 million refinancing
  • US lawmakers demand more Customs staffing to handle import growth
  • Box Ships inks deal to postpone loan repayments
  • US ag exporters demand port reliability to regain market share
  • Chennai port makes strides in fight against truck congestion
  • More funding lifts China's Belt and Road strategy to $1.2 trillion
  • Huge Asia-Europe GRIs in the works ahead of peak season

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TradeWindsweb site
JUNE 17, 2016
  • Judge OKs Eagle's seizure from Navig8
    New York federal judge issues order allowing owner to grab $1.42m; fourth case launched in Pennsylvania.
  • FMC weighs in on new boxship rules
    Regulator says ports and shipping lines mostly responsible for box weights.
  • Teekay Offshore rockets on cash play
    Shares surge by more than 20% after reaching key milestone in string of financial initiatives.
  • FreeSeas receives Quixotic tender offer
    Athens-based owner owner not joining private equity firm that makes footie gear
  • KfW swaps shipping head in musical chairs
    Major export credit bank puts Holger Apel in charge of maritime as Carsten Wiebers moves to aviation and rail.
  • Star Bulk sets ratio for reverse stock split
    Athens-based owner makes move push share price above $1 threshold for listing.
  • Attica enters joint venture with BMCE Bank
    Greek ferry owner will deploy up to two ships to serve routes between Morocco and Europe.
  • Clarksons Platou dims 2016 tanker rates
    Analysts say this year is the soft part of a longer-term strong cycle.
  • Clipper stays mute on Norden bulker link
    Danish owner quiet on rumours linking it to four handysize ships from rival.
  • Teekay Offshore seeks $200m from investors
    Peter Evensen says move is the most important part of its ongoing financing initiatives.
  • Seaspan chief holds firm in Hanjin talks
    Gerry Wang sticks to his guns in Seoul meeting, stressing rate cut will not be negotiated.
  • Sovcomflot secures $260m Yamal loan
    Russian owner signs new facility with VTB Bank to cover Arctic newbuilding.
  • Kildahl explains Grieg Star loan success
    Chief financial officer discusses $400m refinancing package, says it fits careful approach.
  • Mitsui OSK sells block of Meiji stock
    Japanese giant offloads a portion of shares in compatriot bulker and tanker owner.
  • CMES pockets state scrapping subsidy millions
    Chinese owner continues to receive sizeable government funds for scrapping ships domestically.
  • Hyundai Glovis faces US shipping restrictions
    Analysts see little impact on shipowner's revenue from calls to use US-flagged tonnage.
  • Zhonggu Shipping debuts on NEEQ OTC exchange
    Domestic focused Chinese container carrier completes IPO on China's "New Third Board".

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American Shipperweb site
JUNE 17, 2016
  • Industry groups urge FRA to abandon two-person train crew rule
  • 3PL adds Charleston warehouse dedicated to forestry products
  • Metals shipper pleads guilty to illicit exports to Iran
  • Long Beach to increase availability of emissions treatment for vessels
  • Seaspan rejects Hanjin charter rate cut
  • Crude oil prices fall to lowest level in a month
  • FedEx settles driver misclassification suit for $240m
  • Executive Moves: Starbucks, DHL and Foss Maritime
  • FMC chairman urges use of terminal scales to meet SOLAS VGM requirements
  • Moran Transportation acquires Mats Trucking

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JUNE 17, 2016
  • TENDER DATA: India's IOC sells 35,000 mt of 380 CST HSFO for July 10-12
  • CHINA DATA: May oil product output rises on year despite flat refinery runs
    Strong increase in fuel oil output raises doubts among analysts, traders and refiners.
  • Tight NWE low sulfur fuel oil market at five-month high vs well-supplied HSFO
    LSFO demand has increased as utilities in the East Mediterranean cope with a seasonal rise in power use.
  • Oil futures extend declines as Brexit fears overwhelm market
    The US Dollar Index traded as high as 95.3 Thursday.
  • Greek marine services company Franman sets up bunkering division
    Franman is based in Athens.

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