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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 22, 2016
  • US$10 billion loss predicted for box shipping for the year: analysts
  • Brazil's Santos box facilities face more draft restrictions squeeze
  • CGM CMA announces US$155 per TEU terminal handling charge in Ghana
  • UKHO to release five new digital charts for new Panama Canal
  • IRISL edges up a notch in Alphaliner's Top 100 ranking
  • S Carolina box traffic forecast to rise 6pc in FY2017
  • Singapore urges US against amending TPP when it gets to US Congress
  • China Trade Week to be held in Nairobi between June 29 and July 1
  • BMW finds Vietnam best Southeast Asian market now and in future
  • New Luxembourg-Shanghai air pharma corridor planned
  • New Istanbul airport to handle 5.5 million tonnes annually
  • Freight lagging behind passenger surge: ACI report

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Exim Indiaweb site
JUNE 21, 2016
  • Hamburg Süd receives award for its Asia-Europe service
  • Key stakeholders discuss cargo opportunities, impediments, incentives at Ministry of Shipping's workshop on coastal shipping & inland waterways
  • Swire Shipping launches new service & upgrades liner network coverage
  • India importing more LNG
  • Peel Ports introduces in-port container weighing at Liverpool
  • Yellow Fever vaccination facility inaugurated at Tuticorin
  • Govt hints at further incentives as May export figures bring some relief
  • Bhavani Foundation donates bus to school in Bantwal Taluk, Karnataka
  • Worked Examples of Segregation

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 22, 2016
  • German and Russian entities team up in rail sector
  • TSB chair inducted into Canada's Aviation Hall of Fame
  • Major takeover in intralogistics sector
  • Strategic acquisition doubles net sales
  • Rolling in the deep
  • South African heavylift specialist appoints new MD
  • Solar Impulse heads for Europe, as northern summer begins
  • Shouldering e-commerce logistics
  • UK CAA strengthens European presence
  • French haulier snaps up box transport provider
  • New equipment for PSA
  • Raben swallows rival
  • New owners for rail leasing company in Luxembourg
  • Arcese and Grimaldi combining strengths
  • Waco System appoints Amadrah as Iran member
  • LUG lands JAL Cargo at FRA airport
  • Evergreen continuing to run CCT

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JUNE 21, 2016
  • Vessels cascading from Asia-US ramp up ship size on north-south trades
  • Shipping faces high hurdles to public market recovery
  • Chinese ports May throughput remains positive amid sluggish economy

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The Loadstarweb site
JUNE 21, 2016
  • Expanded Panama Canal greatly increases insurance risk, report
  • Liner exec calls for staff skills drive - "shipping salespeople might as well be Lidl cashiers"
  • ANALYSIS: Enormous logistics costs the logic for Amazon to develop shipping services
  • Brexit: some personal views
  • AAWW to merge Southern Air into Atlas Air, eyes single AOC
  • The top three reasons freight shippers switch containership carriers
  • BIMCO opens Singapore office
  • Air cargo companies vie for pharma business with certified trade lanes

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Marine Logweb site
JUNE 21, 2016
  • Chris Deegan named President of Gibbs & Cox
  • Methanol fueled tanker first ship with new CBM
  • Crowley vessels receive Devlin Awards
  • Subchapter M: USCG answers FAQ's
  • Rolls-Royce makes major investment in Rauma thruster facility
  • Jury brings in guilty verdicts in Angelakos pollution case

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JUNE 21, 2016
  • Conviction gained in District Court for vessel dumping oily waste at sea
  • ATA truck tonnage index climbs during month of May
  • Vessel completes trial transit through expanded Panama Canal
  • New buoys designate area for Port Moody anchorage program
  • American Waterways Operators pleased with Coast Guard ruling

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 21, 2016
  • Iran's Kharg Island expands to load eight tankers at same time
    Export capacity boost has taken more than two years to complete, boosting tonnage demand
  • OW Bunker blow: US court declines to block vessel arrest
    Setback for shipowners as New York judge rules Cobelfret would not suffer harm over seizure of bulker Piet
  • AXA stalwarts start new French marine cargo outfit
    WeSpecialtylaunch backed by Aquila
  • Supramax rates hold steady buttressed by Atlantic region activity
    Rates in the US Gulf supported by tighter tonnage
  • Banks greenlight BW Offshore's $500m lifeline
    As part of the survival plan, the raising of $100m via a rights issue will be completed in July
  • China threatens to quit Unclos
    Imminent ruling over Beijing's 'nine-dash line' sovereignty claims brings matters to a head
  • Wan Hai ends Naikai Zosen dry spell with order for eight 1,900 teu ships
    Deal worth up to $236m is yard's first newbuilding order in 2016
  • Southeast Asian nations forge action plan on kidnapping and robbery
    Indonesia, Malaysia and Philippines reach agreement in principle on maritime and air patrols
  • Swire Shipping to start new Pacific Islands service from July
    Singapore-based Swire Shipping to upgrade network coverage to key Asia Pacific markets
  • Ezra Holdings clinches $300m in new deepwater projects
    Singapore-listed oil and gas offshore services provider says contracts include its largest project win in West Africa
  • Ocean Yield enters container sector with Quantum Pacific mega boxship deal
    Chemical tanker owner to invest $162m for 49.5% stake in six Quantum Pacific mega vessels

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 21, 2016
  • Health of US freight growth hinges on pace of inventory destocking
  • ILA's Daggett, Waterfront Commission trade insults over wildcat strike probe
  • Japanese logistics firms target auto industry with Mexico expansions
  • Trans-Pacific peak-season surcharge postponements point to weak demand
  • Container lines defend skyrocketing South America-Asia spot rates
  • Busiest Indian port touts productivity gains, outlines next steps
  • 'Match-backs' promise shippers savings, efficiency
  • Slide show: 'Big deals' among the JOC Top 100 US Exporters in 2015
  • US surface freight demand climbs, but rates drop
  • UK transport sweats over Brexit vote
  • DP World considers further Kazakhstan investment in Silk Road push
  • New liner alliances promise little gains in reliability, study finds
  • Container lines regain 24/7 access to Liberia's Monrovia port

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TradeWindsweb site
JUNE 21, 2016
  • No quick return for public equity in shipping
    Speakers at finance event see investors remaining wary of the sector.
  • No return for public equity in shipping
    Speakers at finance event see investors remaining wary of the sector.
  • Burke's many happy returns
    Ridgebury Tankers CEO dissects signature move into VLCCs
  • ECB taking another swing at shipping
    Fresh review of lending to the industry takes shape behind the scenes, report says.
  • Hindustan Shipyard eyes $2.95bn of new orders
    Indian shipbuilder to win defence ministry contract for support ships and other vessels.
  • Shipping confidence rises but remains low
    Survey by Moore Stephens shows owners and brokers are still concerned.
  • Sovcomflot refinances with $750m bond issue
    Russian owner makes light of difficult finance market to repay debt due in 2017.
  • Cosco starting domestic cruise operation
    Chinese state giant taking on Hainan Strait Shipping on routes to Xisha islands.
  • Reach wins contract for OCV
    Restructuring owner secures employment for ship chartered in from Solstad.
  • Garv Prem under the hammer again
    Indian court lines up another attempt to sell Mercator bulker.
  • Swiss cargoship hit by fire
    Crew extinguish engine room blaze on Sabina off Poland.
  • GRM has another nibble of SALT
    Canadian fund builds stake in bulker owner to 17.66% - worth $37m.
  • EC spokesman: Greek tax must adapt
    Ricardo Cardoso tells local media that shipping taxation must comply with EU guidelines.
  • Nordea denies it needs $9.7bn of new capital
    Swedish bank responds to report claiming it has underestimated lending risks.
  • Soechi Lines ponders new $200m loan
    Indonesian tanker owner aims to get fresh cash in 2016 for vessel acquisitions.
  • Suez Canal amends VLCC rates
    Return ballast trip will cost $230,000, Egyptian waterway authority says.
  • KIS downgrades Hanjin and DSME
    Agency cuts credit ratings of restructuring Korean owner and yard group.
  • Wan Hai signs for eight boxships
    Taiwanese line inks first order in six years as it renews fleet with deal worth up to $236m.
  • KIS downgrades HMM, Hanjin and DSME
    Agency cuts credit ratings of restructuring Korean owners and yard group.
  • Banks agree to $500m BWO refinancing
    FPSO group wins consent from lenders to restructure debt as it lines up $100m share issue.
  • Otto Marine appoints financial adviser
    Singapore-listed company set to call extraordinary general meeting to discuss privatization bid.
  • Trio of nations set to take on Abu Sayyaf
    Three Southeast Asian countries to designate shipping corridor in battle against piracy.
  • Swire Shipping set to boost Pacific Island links
    Singapore-based shipowner launching new service and upgrading its liner network coverage.
  • Chinese-owned chemical tanker detained in Singapore
    Admiralty sheriff arrests first vessel in almost one month with detention of elderly clean tanker.

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American Shipperweb site
JUNE 21, 2016
  • Better latte than never: Nestle to import Cuban coffee to U.S.
  • CP projects 12% drop in Q2 revenues
  • Catapult adds carrier free time information module
  • HMM continues to receive customer support
  • CargoSphere adds another UASC rate integration with Dachser

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JUNE 21, 2016
  • Strikes end at French Med oil terminal, refineries: sources
  • First Europe to Asia HSFO VLCC for July fixed: sources
  • Western arbitrage fuel oil barrels to Singapore to sink to record low in July
    Sources said it is unlikely to trigger a huge impact in the Singapore market.
  • ICE Brent settles above $50/b as Brexit fears subside
    Global equities rallied Monday as waning support for the Brexit vote lifted stock markets in Asia, Europe and the US.




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