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Sched Netweb site
JULY 26, 2016
  • G6 merges Asia-US west coast services, but other loops remain unchanged
  • Mediterranean Shipping Co names 19,224-TEU MSC Sveva at Le Havre
  • Troubled Hanjin far from cutting needed deal on charter fees
  • Hull holed after Cosco 8,500-TEUer side-swipes Panama Canal wall
  • Rotterdam first half market share edges up 0.3pc while tonnage falls 3pc
  • Barcelona first half volume up 13pc to top 1 million containers
  • Turning 8,600-TEUers into 10,000-TEUers 15pc cheaper than newbuilding
  • APL expands reefer service to cope with surge in Japanese fresh produce
  • Operations commence at 'K' Line's new cold storage warehouse in Vietnam
  • Thai ports aim to dredge to 18 metres and develop rail freight hub
  • China touts record as WTO ends review of Bejing trade policies
  • Zimbabwean exporters to get dollar-denominated 'bond notes': minister
  • FedEx wins US rights to fly cargo to Cuba weekly starting next year
  • American Airlines profit falls 44pc on one-off items, sales down 4.4pc
  • Two new Dreamliners pulled from sales inventory, consigned to R&D roles
  • London Heathrow's operator appoints Grimshaw as expansion designer
  • Sri Lanka looks for buyers for under-utilised Mattala Rajapaksa airport

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Exim Indiaweb site
JULY 25, 2016
  • Freight traffic potential for inland waterways seen
  • Govt facilitating coastal shipping
  • Japan's first LNG-fuelled ship receives technology award
  • Key step in potential acquisition of Baltic Exchange by Singapore Exchange
  • MOL signs deal on long-term charter contract for Uruguay LNG FSRU project
  • Nitin Gadkari calls for massive skill development in maritime sector
  • Peel Ports succeeding in initiative to shift ocean freight to Liverpool
  • SCFI spot rates down
  • ZIM upgrades Mediterranean West Africa service
  • Essar Bulk Terminal Hazira's capacity set to expand by 67 pc
  • IPRCL MD holds discussions at Chennai Port
  • Jawaharlal Nehru Port making its mark in facilitating ease of doing business
  • Time-tabled freight trains operational based on demand & feasibility
  • Consistency seen making India a global arbitration hub
  • Early operationalising of BIMSTEC FTA imperative for greater push to trade, says ASSOCHAM study
  • Govt tracking trade-restrictive measures of countries: Sitharaman

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JULY 25, 2016
  • Analysts weigh prospects for game-changing FLNG tie-up
  • Shipowners back European pollution reduction scheme
  • Russian seafarers rescued by charity after abandonment
  • Piracy down but crews still targeted for ransom
  • Keppel denies bribery allegations in Petrobras scandal
  • Otto Marine arrests chemical tanker over alleged unpaid repair bill
  • Baltic Exchange plans to formalise panellist agreement
  • Client delays LPG carrier orders at Hyundai Mipo Dockyard
  • Siem Shipping grows PCTC footprint and looks at options as reefer rates fall
  • Guangzhou maritime court accepts 3,150 cases in 2015
  • Yang Ming presidential nominee turns down role
  • Cyber security challenge continues for insurers
  • Benita refloated after being grounded for five weeks

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The Loadstarweb site
JULY 25, 2016
  • OOCL's H1 operational update paints a grim picture of life on the ocean wave
  • US trade deal with neighbours and higher wages could rip into Cambodia's garment exports
  • Delamode in the driving seat for cross-border deliveries to Europe's online shoppers
  • Can Spanish stone fruit shine in China, as first airfreight shipments start?
  • Delay in decision over Heathrow expansion 'costing UK £6m a day'
  • Port of Rotterdam throughput falls 3%
  • Logistics and technology - how they work together

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Marine Logweb site
JULY 25, 2016
  • Davie and union agree five year labor deal
  • DARPA drone ship completes initial performance trials
  • VIDEO: Tropical storm grounds glass bottom boat
  • More come to SUNY Maritime for STCW training
  • Bills would remove caps for economic damages for spills
  • Box ship scrape is first accident in expanded Panama Canal
  • Aircraft carrier to get post-Fukushima decontamination
  • HHI to build MSC tanker for Royal New Zealand Navy

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JULY 25, 2016
  • WareHouse '23 Restaurant opens at Port of Vancouver's Terminal 1
  • Georgia Ports Authority Board Oks funding for new inland port
  • Customs Agents catch juveniles crossing border playing Pokemon
  • Celebration marks centennial of start of Coos Bay rail line
  • Panama Canal establishing new environmental award

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 25, 2016
  • Port of Rotterdam suffers decline in volumes
    Dry cargo the hardest hit in first six months of year
  • Golar and Schlumberger create new LNG joint venture
    Company set for five projects in next five years
  • Piracy at lowest levels since 1995, IMB reveals
    Fewer than 100 incidents in first half of this year, says report from watchdog
  • Baltic Exchange agrees terms with panellists
    Door is opened for a deal with the Singapore Exchange
  • Charter rates continue to disappoint
    The situation for former panamaxes goes from bad to worse as idle fleet reaches new historic lows
  • Viking Supply Ships aims to turn latest woe into opportunity
    Offshore vessel has Barents Sea contract cancelled but aims to capitalise on recent rates spike in North Sea spot market
  • Hyundai Heavy Industries wins tanker order from New Zealand Navy
    HHI expects to deliver newbuilding to New Zealand by end-2019
  • India's Elektrans aims to grow tanker fleet, plans IPO in 2025
    Group chief executive Michael Elwert remains downbeat on dry bulk and containers
  • Polarcus narrows net losses for second quarter
    Cost optimisation measures bearing fruit
  • Qinhuangdao Port expects tepid coal demand to hit profit
    Fierce competition from neighbouring ports also to blame
  • China Oilfield Services expects first-half net loss on impairment charges
    Low crude oil price environment continues to impact profitability
  • Otto Marine has vessel arrested for unpaid ship repair charges
    UPDATE: Vessel released on Monday
  • Changing China
    China's slowdown is not all bad for container shipping
  • Recycling old jokes
    The silly season is back - and with it, a European Commission proposal to compel ships calling at EU ports to pay for 'ship recycling licences'

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 25, 2016
  • Freightos launches online marketplace for China-US imports
  • Second inland port supporting Savannah moves forward
  • US shippers face tough road to gain national port productivity metrics
  • As truckload market tanks, e-commerce powers TransForce
  • Blockade delays thousands of containers at Mexican ports
  • ALE skidding system moves 30,000-ton rig
  • Brexit forecast to slow UK container trade but not cost direct calls from Asia
  • India doubles down on port rail connectivity projects
  • Toy car maker taps logistics tech firm to automate shipment growth
  • Tampa hopes new cranes will help draw container lines
  • Regulator approves takeover of Australia's largest terminal operator

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TradeWindsweb site
JULY 25, 2016
  • Swiber reveals that Vietnam deal gets axe
    Offshore vessel owner challenging termination of $21 contract after quizzing by Singapore Exchange.
  • Swiber suffers cancellation of Vietnam deal
    Offshore vessel owner challenging termination of $21 contract after quizzing by Singapore Exchange.
  • Demolition revives with firming prices
    Sentiment improves across South Asia markets but GMS sees buyers capping further price rise.
  • VLCCs drop as tankers touch 21-month lows
    Ships swarm cargoes, pushing TCE rates for large tankers down by 9% in one day amid painful summer slump.
  • VLCC ordering 'makes sense', JP Morgan says
    From a shipowner standpoint, booking newbuildings now guarantees low prices and Tier-III compliance.
  • Court clears cargoship claim despite lies
    Supreme court overturns verdict denying $3.5m claim on cargoship because false declarations were only "collateral".
  • Korea to order 61 ships at struggling yards
    State to back domestic shipbuilders with new contracts, in addition to funding.
  • Cocaine seized onboard Puerto Rico ferry
    US Coast Guard finds drugs worth $1.42m in two suitcases on passenger ship.
  • Last Vroon livestock newbuild wins charter
    Dutch owner sends seventh new ship to Australia from China.
  • Golar pens new JV with Schlumberger
    Tor Olav Troim says new platform provides 'a powerful union'.
  • Three cheers from China for dry bulk
    Omar Nokta singles out positive demand indicators helping to ease oversupply strain into 2017.
  • Pirates attack cable-layer with AK47 and RPG
    Attempted boarding of offshore vessel ends after exchange of fire in the Red Sea.
  • Jordan-Turkey run on the cards
    Official discuss setting up new shipping line from Aqaba.
  • P&O: French authorities caused delays
    The situation at the port of Dover is starting to ease following tough weekend for ferry passengers.
  • HMM debt-swap leaves KDB as biggest shareholder
    Korean state bank replaces Hyundai Elevator as largest owner of restructuring company's stock.
  • Contango a positive for VLGC owners
    Charterers expressing an appetite for storage options, which ships building up off Singapore.
  • Solstad wins one-year contract for CSV
    Norwegian owner inks deal with Prysmian Powelink for 2010-built Normand Pacific.
  • OPDR targets Russian business with new agency
    CMA CGM short-sea operator launching route from Saint Petersburg to Morocco.
  • Analysts scan tanker tea leaves ahead of key results week
    Huge interest in big names ahead of 'most interesting and consequential earnings season in recent memory'.
  • Baltic Exchange strikes deal with panellists
    UK exchange believes new agreement will be welcomed by data providers as it seeks to finalise sale to SGX.
  • Weak spot market hurts Siem Shipping profit
    Reefer specialist makes less in the second quarter and expects reduced demand to continue.
  • Seatruck pushes up first half volumes 18%
    Clipper Group ro-ro unit sees freight traffic grow in Irish Sea
  • Clarksons places shipping value on global scale
    Industry 'GDP' compares favourably with some of leading nations, report says.
  • CoscoCS bans shark fin transport
    Chinese state shipowner pledges not to carry delicacy on its vessels.
  • Libyan crude export deal in jeopardy
    NOC objects to opening of ports after agreement between government and terminal guards.
  • Mipo wins Weidong ro-pax order
    Shipyard to deliver new ferry to Korean/Chinese operator in 2018.
  • Viking AHTS deal shredded by Eni
    Contract cull will bring $3.3m loss for offshore support vessel owner.
  • Benita refloated by Five Oceans
    Salvors successfully haul grounded bulker off Mauritius coast.
  • Batamec Shipyard arrests RS Marine tanker
    Shipowner claims misunderstanding lead to Ratna Blessing arrest.

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American Shipperweb site
JULY 25, 2016
  • Omni Specialized takes over Tennant's flatbed business
  • China COSCO Shipping pledges not to carry shark fins
  • Baltic Exchange asks panelists to approve of sale to SGX
  • Korea Airlines may raise additional funds for Hanjin
  • GPA approves $19.7m spending package for inland port
  • Port of Gdansk posts strong half-year results
  • Teletrac Navman launches new fleet management platform
  • U.S. duties near for cold-rolled steel imports




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