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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 23, 2016
  • More rate hikes from CMA CGM for Asia Europe, India-Med and South Africa
  • Drewry poll finds most big shippers expect flat or bleak peak season
  • PSA buys 22 driverless box carriers to shift cargo in the yard 24/7
  • Cyprus to launch new shipping strategy with 'favourable' incentives
  • Zimbabwe to scrap bank licences for non-compliance in dollar drought
  • BNSF RailPass cuts truckers' time from road to ramp in half
  • Kuehne + Nagel divides European operations, west and east/central
  • PortMiami captures new trade and expands its cargo services
  • FedEx settles driver misclassification lawsuits for US$240 million
  • ACO Marine to supply wastewater treatment to Royal Canadian Navy ship
  • British leaf chain maker runs safety days on forklift maintainance
  • Door-to-door delivery from Mideast stuck in India for months resumes
  • AirBridgeCargo Airlines to order10 Boeing 747-8 freighters
  • Iran's Amadrah International joins WACO's forwarding network
  • Swiss WorldCargo, Cargologic, SATS start Singapore-Zurich flights

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Exim Indiaweb site
JUNE 22, 2016
  • Bangladesh ship recycling project making good progress
  • Small rise reported in shipping confidence
  • APM Terminals looks to integrate automation throughout terminal operations for gains in safety & productivity
  • Container freight trains with assured transit time a boon for the trade
  • Snowman Logistics setting up new facility at Krishnapatnam
  • UK freight group questions Operation Stack alternative
  • JNPT celebrates International Day of Yoga
  • MbPT celebrates International Yoga Day

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 23, 2016
  • Logisticians on the ball
  • Final preparations for first electric road project
  • Investing in overland network
  • Czechia to invest in smart transport systems
  • Alaska Airlines names MD for supply chain
  • New service in Asia Pacific region
  • Rio - Delta Cargo's latest pharma station
  • Volatile growth of US freight market
  • Building materials supplier picks new logistics partner
  • Way free for another referendum
  • Rail sector calls for more competitiveness
  • Rhenus drops anchor in Middle East
  • Central European logistics portfolio hived off
  • Test train from China reaches destination
  • Confidence in shipping on the rise?
  • UK used vehicle platform goes for more Europe
  • Mauritian GSA goes for Galaxy ACM system

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JUNE 22, 2016
  • European shortsea market flat amid steel slump
  • Subsea 7 in second round of downsizing
  • Moody's slaps negative outlook on global shipping industry
  • Wuhan Guoyu Logistics dragged down by shipping segment
  • Swire Shipping expands Pacific trade, leaves AUSPAC
  • Yang Ming head expects better 2H16 for bulk and containers
  • Larger vessels join north-south trade
  • Shipping faces high hurdles to public market recovery
  • Chinese ports May throughput positive despite sluggish economy

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The Loadstarweb site
JUNE 22, 2016
  • Could terminal partnerships answer the challenge of larger container shipping alliances?
  • Pilot shortage threatens regional air cargo links, carrier association warns
  • Inventory pullback is a drag on logistics spending
  • MSC redeploys 13,000 teu vessels onto secondary trades as new cascading phase begins
  • US overland market braces for summer slump
  • FedEx boosts Boeing with order for six 767Fs as e-commerce demand tightens
  • Agility appoints Hellmann's Markus Linghor as central Europe managing director

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Marine Logweb site
JUNE 22, 2016
  • Finland's Rauma shipyard books RoPax order
  • Foss Maritime vessels recognized with Devlin awards
  • Hydrex completes underwater double pipe repair
  • Bollinger delivers FRC 18, USCGC Joseph Tezanos
  • Damen and Ampelmann team on crew transfer
  • Rolls-Royce to moor world's first offshore fish farm
  • Panama Canal conducts another successful trial transit

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JUNE 22, 2016
  • Government of Canada calling for Vancouver Fraser port director applications
  • Agility names Markus Lingohr Central Europe managing director
  • Port of Los Angeles announces community grant program recipients
  • The Northwest Seaport Alliance releases May container numbers
  • US rail freight traffic count slides lower during week

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 22, 2016
  • Poland weans off Russian gas with first LNG delivery
    US is keen to supply new importers such as Poland, generating tonnage demand
  • MLPs ready for return to capital markets
    Outlook for shipping master limited partnerships is back to optimistic, with possibility of fundraising this year
  • Sovcomflot closes $750m bond issue
    Lead managers include Citigroup, ING, JP Morgan, Sberbank and VTB Capital
  • China sets ambitious goal for intermodal box transport
    State Council calls for 80% of domestic main ports and logistics parks to be connected with railways by 2018
  • Panamax rates steady on Pacific demand
    Brokers pessimistic on rates as market sentiments remain weak
  • Cooling tanker market brings consolidation talk
    Are we witnessing normal volatility, or something more sinister?
  • Jinhui takes a hit on supramax sale
    Price of $3.4m falls $4.1m short of vessel's book valuation
  • European cash available for CO2-cutting projects
    EIB looking to expand its maritime reach with $1.1bn pot for clean shipping
  • Aframax rates post another set of weekly gains
    Suezmax rates holding up
  • Alternative financing still key for shipping
    Shipowners told to be realistic about sources of capital in today's market
  • MSC cascades 13,000 teu ships to Africa trades
    New routes are being pioneered for large containerships as even bigger vessels enter Asia-Europe trades
  • Ecsa calls for CO2 rules co-ordination
    Two CO2 emission reporting systems are inevitable for shipping
  • So many deals, so little money
    Recovering investment interest as owners seek alternative capital sources
  • Shipping confidence up, but not high
    Latest Moore Stephens survey show 77% of respondents favour UK staying in the European Union
  • India to adopt new berthing policy for dry bulk cargo starting August
    Government to design performance norms for major ports to cut berthing time and boost cargo throughput.
  • Rosneft to set up sea freight joint venture with Italy's Pietro Barbaro
    Russian energy company says joint venture will strengthen its position in the tanker market
  • Austal wins $22m newbuild ferries contracts
    Australian shipbuilder will construct vessels at its yard in central Philippines

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 22, 2016
  • Database of container tare weights aimed at helping shippers meet SOLAS rule
  • Commodities are down, not out, economist says
  • Closing of Charleston container terminal leaves truckers waiting
  • APM Terminals ups ante on automation
  • European shippers fear 'chaos' over French trucker wage law
  • JOC's Top 100 US importers ride M&A wave to growth
  • DP World taps new tech at India's top port to aid productivity
  • EU-Russia sanctions extension set back Hamburg port
  • Rail, gate upgrades drive productivity gains at Chennai
  • Trucker-terminal cooperation cuts LA-LB truck turn times
  • Throughput at Chinese ports inches up amid sluggish economy
  • Struggling trans-Pacific container lines urge exporters to bring cargo booked
  • Record ship sizes on north-south trades as US demand slows

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TradeWindsweb site
JUNE 22, 2016
  • VLGCs first in new Panama Canal locks
    Asian charterers eager to cut transit time for LPG cargoes.
  • DHT CEO: no quick recovery in VLCC rates
    Tankers in thrall to volatile spot markets, but executives do not see any crash in rates.
  • It's just the auditors again...
    German banker all but yawns at new reports of investigation by European regulators.
  • Grounded bulker suffers damage and flooding
    Five Oceans Salvage says efforts focused on the removal of fuel from the Unit Maritime ship.
  • Torm fleet deal chatter dies down
    Rumours linking Danish shipowner to the Primorsk International fleet said to be premature.
  • Banker confirms ECB probe
    Action not surprising but nonetheless likely to chill the temperature a few more degrees for ship lending, top banker says.
  • Ceylon Shipping outlines expansion plan
    Sri Lankan owner has projects in pipeline ranging from cruiseships to crude oil transport.
  • TEN takes in first of Statoil series
    First of nine aframaxes built in Romania for the Nikolas Tsakos-led company goes to work.
  • Latvian stretches CA MR tanker loan
    Riga-based owner extends maturity of $33m facility by two years.
  • Essar decides on future S&P moves
    Indian shipowner holds directors meeting tomorrow in order to progress with fleet renewal plans.
  • Sea Trucks wins Sabah Shell floatel deal
    UAE owner sending Jascon 34 to deepwater Malikai development.
  • NongHyup prepares for $1.9bn loan losses
    Korean lender hurt by exposure to struggling domestic shipyards and owners.
  • Iran steps up Kharg crude export capacity
    Changes to terminal will allow eight tankers to load oil at the same time.
  • Navig8 Chemical inks $55m loan deal
    Shipowner secures more cash to finance first of its Kitanihon chemical tanker newbuildings.
  • Xeneta: boxships staging small recovery
    Container freight exchange says Asia to Europe rates up 99% since hitting March low.
  • 'No wider conflict' on grounded Benita
    Unit Maritime says loss of power caused by seafarer who suffered "serious medical episode".
  • SK Shipping bulker comes to the rescue
    South Korean owner's vessel brings 19 seafarers from burning fishing boat to safety.
  • Subsea 7 to axe another 1,200 workers
    Kristian Siem-backed offshore owner also plans to shed another five ships from its fleet in downturn.
  • V. Ships wins Milaha management deal
    Qatari owner hands over new lift boat to offshore unit of V. Group.
  • ESC fears chaos over new French salary level
    Shippers' association says France's fresh minimum wage rules are "unacceptable".
  • GasLog targets two FSRU deals in 2016
    Executives plot out further steps on path into new market.
  • Grimaldi mopping up remaining Finnlines stock
    Italian shipowner to take 100% control of Finnish ro-ro subsidiary.
  • Prosecutors to question ex-DSME CFO
    Former finance chief summoned over alleged role in Korean yard's possible accounting fraud.
  • Condor numbers down due to ferry problems
    Channel Islands operator plagued by technical trouble as volumes fall 22%.
  • Clipper confirmed as buyer of Norden handysizes
    Danish owner says it will be responsible for commercial as well as technical management.
  • Brittany Ferries warns on Brexit
    French ferry company says fares will rise if the UK votes to leave Europe.
  • Jinhu offloads second bulker in as many months
    Oslo-listed shipowner continues clear out of elderly tonnage and will pick up $3.4m from disposal.
  • German capesize trio next for sales block
    Bulkers set for disposal pending agreement between owners, the bank and insolvency administrators.
  • Singapore's PSA opts to go driverless
    Terminal operator invests in more automated guided vehicles as part of future port development.

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American Shipperweb site
JUNE 22, 2016
  • U.S.-flag Great Lakes freighter volumes sink in May
  • U.S. businesses see logistics costs rise, spending slow

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JUNE 22, 2016
  • Handysize tanker rates fall to record low on ample tonnage, weak demand
    Rates on the Baltic to UKC route fell by 38 cents to $8.76/mt.
  • Low sulfur bunker availability study for shipping points to 2020 cap: IBIA
    Report with IMO steering committee.
  • Bangladesh BPC imports first HSFO cargo for 2016 to meet urgent summer demand
    Two more 20,000 mt HSFO cargoes from PNOC to arrive this week.
  • Kuwait reassures oil workers over rights following April strike
    Negotiations with oil workers still continuing.
  • INTERVIEW: Equatorial Guinea's Bioko oil terminal to startup Q3 2016 -- minister
    Will be West Africa's largest storage facility
  • S Korea 180-380 CST bunker fuel price spread hits more than six-month high
    Jump partly due to a shortage in blendstock material.
  • JAPAN DATA: PAJ says Jun 12-18 oil product exports fall 5% on week
    Lower shipments of gasoline and high sulfur fuel oil.
  • Crude futures dip on dollar rebound, Nigerian ceasefire agreement
    NYMEX July crude settled down 52 cents at $48.85/b.




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