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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 27, 2016
  • A-E surges 26pc to US$680/TEU, up 18pc to Med, off 2.2pc to USWC
  • British truckers brace for brave new world of Brexit independence
  • Hong Kong Shippers' Council protests forwarders' box weigh-in fees
  • Panama Canal inauguration has a special role for CMA CGM vessels
  • Maersk man says 2M plans to shift service from Suez to Panama route
  • Shipping confidence up from 5 to 5.1 in May: Moore Stephens
  • China's trade with Belt and Road countries exceeds US$1 trillion in 2015
  • Hapaq-Lloyd revises French fuel inland haulage surcharges
  • OOCL outlines VGM requirements on its website for customers
  • Catapult brings transparency to ocean carrier free time data
  • OceanMasters transports 300 tonnes of cable from Norway to Dubai
  • UASC uses CargoSphere cloud solution to distribute rates to Dachser Logistics
  • IAG expects no long term material impact from Brexit referendum
  • India gives okay to foreigners buying 100pc of local airlines
  • Boeing signs deal to sell aircraft to Iran Air
  • Jan de Rijk trucks, China Eastern team up in Amsterdam and Prague
  • American Airlines Cargo launches service from LAX to New Zealand
  • FAA fines Amazon again for mishandling dangerous chemical

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Exim Indiaweb site
JUNE 26, 2016
  • CAI releases SOLAS-VGM guidelines for LCL cargoes
  • Jacques Vandermeiren appointed CEO of Antwerp Port Authority
  • MISC Berhad publishes 2015 Sustainability Report
  • New stability analysis tool that puts engineers in control seat launched
  • Søren Skou appointed new CEO of Maersk Group
  • Too soon to start speculating on UK-EU trade procedures, say British freight forwarders
  • Cotton body surprised at rumoured opposition to Pakistani cotton exports to India
  • J. K. Tyres commences export of radials thru' New Mangalore Port
  • Record productivity at Chennai Port's container terminal
  • KASEZ observes International Day of Yoga
  • Ministry of Railways organises interactive seminar with major industries, stakeholders of freight business
  • Special package for textile sector will boost exports, create employment & attract FDI: Fieo President

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 27, 2016
  • Better to cooperate than compete
  • Melotte to keep coffee supplies flowing in Seattle
  • Recognising the role of freight forwarding services
  • Aerospace logistics provider appoints VP Americas
  • Acquisition strengthens market position
  • More "nourishment" for Volga-Dnepr
  • BIC presents 2016 award to UIC general director
  • Canada's railways axe NOx emissions
  • Contargo all ready for VGM Shipping
  • Port of Antwerp names Eddy Bruyninckx successor
  • RBE notes popularity surge
  • Inland ports on the Rhine hold their own in 2015
  • India and Brazil opening up aviation industry
  • New faces steering Maersk and Yang Ming Marine
  • Shouldering SKD and CKD business
  • RWI backs up Drewry
  • New box wagons from old coal hoppers
  • SIA introduces A350 on Jo'burg route

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JUNE 24, 2016
  • NTSB chief says it's time to consider marine autopilots
  • London leads European shipping share recovery
  • It's time for rational and strategic thinking following Brexit victory
  • Behind the headlines: IHS assesses economic and political consequences of Brexit
  • Brexit - the shipping industry reacts
  • Brexit - a look at UK exports and imports
  • Austal takes out billion dollar contracts in newbuildings
  • CSIC completes merger of Dalian and Shanhaiguan shipyards
  • Ports of Auckland fined for safety violation
  • Brexit 'spells more pain for Intra-Europe trade', say German shipping leaders
  • Maersk and HMM silent over takeover talk
  • Japan shipyard orders fall again in May
  • Stock markets down, but Asian shipping industry uncertain of Brexit impact
  • UK-Britannia P&I merger failure will not dull M&A, says S&P
  • London marine insurance market moves quickly to calm policyholder Brexit fears
  • Container rates rise on Asia-Europe ahead of big July increases
  • European shipping shares open sharply lower after Britain votes to leave EU
  • Weak corporate governance haunts public shipping image
  • Jinhui Shipping takes loss of USD4.3 million on bulker sale
  • Port of Antwerp names Jacques Vandermeiren new CEO
  • Maersk to focus on container shipping under new leadership

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The Loadstarweb site
JUNE 24, 2016
  • SCFI: container shipping rates recover ahead of the peak season
  • 'Saddened' UK logistics firms await true meaning of Brexit vote and brace for cost rises
  • Russian government reportedly eyeing Volga-Dnepr's AN-124s
  • MIQ Logistics wins five-year French Connection contract
  • FedEx CEO Smith on TNT merger: 'two plus two equals seven'
  • The new Panama Canal: a risky bet
  • Melanie Kreis set to be new Deutsche Post DHL chief financial officer

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Marine Logweb site
JUNE 24, 2016
  • Positive results for The American Club
  • Conrad 's new business unit aimed at LNG market
  • Gladding Hearn books another pilot boat order
  • $2.9 million investment in B.C. shipbuilding training
  • Largest MAN B&W ever powers 19,437 TEU box ship
  • UK Chamber of Shipping comments on Brexit

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JUNE 24, 2016
  • Latest Drewry manning report predicts drop in need for officers
  • Matson taps Stanley Kuriyama for board of directors position
  • Coast Guard vessel traffic unit helps avoid three close calls
  • Port of Everett gearing up for Weyerhaeuser Building move
  • Trade between NAFTA partners drops during month of April

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 24, 2016
  • Insurance stocks regain some lost ground after morning bloodbath
    Listed Lloyd's carriers surge back after losing 12% in market turmoil
  • Shipping must keep calm and carry on in wake of Brexit uncertainty
    Calls for cool, calm reflection amid fears over long-term instability
  • Brexit pushes passporting rights to top of London market agenda
    Non-UK firms expected to move European headquarters out of London unless measures can be agreed to retain passporting rights
  • Surprise and concern over Skou's dual role at Maersk
    Industry watchers say Maersk Group seemed poorly prepared for Nils Andersen's departure, hence apparent lack of succession planning at Maersk Line
  • Brexit raises questions over Lloyd's Register status in EU
    UK transition out of the EU could affect the way class society gets Recognised Organisation status
  • Brexit: the view from Brussels
    London is out of favour in Brussels, where many questions on the UK's future will be answered
  • Maersk: Brexit to hinder EU and UK growth ambitions
    World's biggest container line and member of the 2M alliance expects a limited immediate impact on the group's businesses in the UK
  • Brexit: The view from the UK
    Where do we go from here? Post-Brexit we can behave more like the global maritime nation of our history
  • Brexit could force banking exit
    Fears raised over effect of possible bank exit on UK insurance, brokerage, legal and accounting services
  • Transpacific rates slide as lines scrap for APL cargo
    Imminent takeover of Singapore line adding to price pressure as rivals hope to lure away customers
  • Cashed-up private investors continue dry bulk bargain hunt
    Private, low-profile investors move in as public firms remain distressed
  • Capesize rates struggle to hold ground as fixtures dry up
    Backhaul rates tumble 28.1% week on week
  • HMM tie-up with 2M could be prelude for takeover
    Shock announcement that Maersk and MSC in talks with South Korean line nevertheless looks like a win-win, says SeaIntelligence chief executive Lars Jensen
  • Brexit: Utterly pathetic, says shipbroker Fulford-Smith
    Top London shipbroker warns of increasing trade protectionism and uncertainty
  • Shipping and ports face Brexit fallout
    HFW partner Anthony Woolich spells out the consequences of the UK leaving the European Union for those doing business in the UK
  • LMA poised to take advantage of Brexit 'opportunities'
    Chief executive David Gittings says members are well placed to steer a course through uncertainties
  • Future of passporting rights key to London's survival as gateway to Europe
    Brexit vote means insurers will be thinking about the best location for their European bases
  • Lloyd's will stay 'at centre' of global insurance market despite Brexit
    Lloyd's chairman says market 'fully equipped' to operate in the new environment
  • UK Chamber calls for cool heads in wake of Brexit
    Government should establish commission to train trade deal negotiators, says trade association
  • Hanjin Shipping to raise $18m via stock disposal but may need more
    Charter arrears add difficulties for the Korean carrier to reach deals in rate renegotiations.
  • Japanese trader expects first VLGC transit on new Panama Canal
    Official inauguration of the expanded Panama Canal will take place on Sunday
  • BIMCO develops new standard agreement for novation of shipping deals
    Until now there has been no such agreement for contracts
  • Latin America to benefit from Panama expansion
    Terminal operators eye up opportunities

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 24, 2016
  • Port Newark Container Terminal revises SOLAS policy
  • Philadelphia port taps Mexico auto production boom
  • HMM announces 'simplified' SOLAS guidance for US exporters
  • Trusteeship ends for Baltimore ILA local that struck in 2013
  • 2M to shift USEC all-water service from Suez to Panama
  • Bill aims to spur PierPass revamp
  • Russia investigates terminal operators for alleged price-fixing
  • Port of Antwerp names former utilities exec as CEO
  • Shippers bracing for uncertainty after Brexit victory
  • Asia-Europe spot rates up sharply ahead of July 1 GRIs
  • Container shipping to lead the way under Maersk's new CEO

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TradeWindsweb site
JUNE 24, 2016
  • New Canal locks little help to tankers
    Report says wider Panama Canal "unlikely to significantly change" energy trade.
  • Brexit to further restrict lending to shipping
    Stifel says bank debt could now become even more difficult to come by after out vote.
  • Greek community digests Brexit vote
    Executives from the traditional shipping country share their thoughts following UK referendum's result.
  • Hanjin Shipping to sell container depot
    Korean owner continues fundraising with disposal of holding in Shandong facility.
  • LR hopes to avoid Brexit fall out
    Leading class society says it will be business as usual but has some concerns
  • Korean banks cut back on lending
    Major lenders said to be spooked by troubles facing shipyard and shipowners.
  • 'Opportunity Friday' from Brexit vote, says HFW
    London's role as a centre for trade and law could be enhanced as policies shift after shock Brexit vote, says lawyer Brian Perrott.
  • Rehder rages at 'petty' UK Brexit vote
    Decision "narrow minded, petty and inward-looking," says Thomas Rehder.
  • Theochari raises City concern after Brexit vote
    Norton Rose Fulbright maritime chief concerned about fallout from referendum.
  • Brexit vote to delay UK shelf
    Lower spending is about the last the thing the UK offshore sector needed.
  • POSH wins second Shell FLNG contract
    Singapore-listed company will deploy one semi-sub accommodation unit off Australia.
  • Drunk bulker captain fined in Denmark
    NSC master found to be under the influence while leaving Hirtshals last year.
  • Silverline tanker on sales block
    Malaysia auctioning off veteran vessel anchored at Pasir Gudang.
  • SGX commits to Baltic, despite Brexit
    Singapore Exchange says it does not expect UK decision to quit the European Union to disrupt its takeover bid.
  • Nautilus fears for members after Brexit vote
    Officer's union concerned that hard won labour reforms are now at risk.
  • Viking moves closer to final deal with banks
    New financing pact lacks only final approval as offshore vessel owner receives second default notice.
  • Soechi Lines sees better growth prospects
    Indonesian owner believes cabotage rules will give it a boost.
  • Volatility beneficial but no commodities panic
    FIS chief John Banaszkiewicz says sterling decline a boost for UK brokers
  • Huxley: bulk faces bigger problems than Brexit
    Wah Kwong boss says Brexit adds to uncertainty, while Arthur Bowring sees hope in UK's regulatory independence.
  • Baltic says its 'business as usual'
    Jeremy Penn stresses need for free trade and open employment rules to ensure global market succeeds, no comment on SGX deal.
  • Jones: Brexit to accelerate UK maritime decline
    BRS boss has a bleak warning for what EU exit could mean for British shipping cluster.
  • Siem reflects on historic Brexit vote
    London-based magnate and Tory supporter says no fast impact on trade and
  • Arrested bulker up for sale
    Singapore high court auctions Chinese ship detained by Bank of Communications.
  • Stocks take a beating as Brexit claims PM
    RBS, Barclays and Lloyds see stock prices plunge as much as 34% following vote to leave; prime minister Cameron to step down.
  • UK Chamber calls for free-trade commission
    Shipping body wants rational thinking for industry after UK votes to leave European Union.
  • Campbell says Brexit 'short-sighted'
    Swire Bulk and Baltic Exchange chairman says decision was taken for 'wrong reasons'
  • Banks take a beating as Brexit claims PM
    RBS, Barclays and Lloyds see stock prices plunge as much as 34% following vote to leave; prime minister Cameron to step down.
  • Moody's shipping outlook turns negative
    Ratings agency says earnings will fall by up to 10% this year.
  • Ever Harvest plans fundraiser to buy ships
    Hong Kong-based owner to spend around half of money raised on additional tonnage.
  • Asian share sell-off follows Brexit decision
    Markets in Asia first to respond to UK's vote against continued membership of European Union.
  • Singapore tycoon builds stake in MMA Offshore
    Offshore veteran said to have been building stake in struggling offshore outfit since April 2015.

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American Shipperweb site
JUNE 24, 2016
  • U.S. stock futures tumble after Britain votes to leave EU
  • NAFTA trade decline continues in April
  • SCFI rises 5.6%
  • FRA: UP at fault in Oregon crude oil train derailment
  • Executive Moves: Antwerp Port Authority, Virgin Atlantic Cargo and Matson
  • HCI Capital to change name to Ernst Russ
  • Decision to expand Panama Canal looks 'even better'
  • Crowley to launch new LCL service
  • IMF lowers U.S. economic growth forecast for 2016
  • Mandatory FDA entry filing in ACE goes well so far

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JUNE 24, 2016
  • France's CMA CGM makes Kingston a key hub in wake of widened Panama Canal
    Port connects to US East Coast, the Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean and northern Brazil.
  • FACTBOX: 'Brexit' vote delivers sharp shock to oil markets
  • CHINA DATA: May imports of residual fuel fall 39% on year to 1.9 mil mt
    Of these, fuel imports might be held as bonded stocks, bunker fuel.
  • FEATURE: Expanded Panama Canal boosts opportunities for US-Asia condensate, naphtha flows
    A voyage from Houston to Chiba, Japan, takes about 30 days via the Panama Canal, compared with 47 days via the Suez Canal.
  • Crude futures settle above $50/b as UK voters head to polls
    NYMEX July ULSD settled 1.58 cents higher at $1.5206/gal.




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