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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 28, 2016
  • 9,443-TEU Cosco ship makes first transit of expanded Panama Canal
  • Signs of rate war ending as liners make capacity cuts: Drewry
  • Steep sulphur fuel cut promises disruption, warns bunker association
  • CMA CGM sells in-house trucker as it sheds non-core assets
  • New system in Rotterdam to simplify box exchange at Maasvlakte
  • Mediterranean ports see traffic growth but Italy at a standstill
  • China's BFM signs with India's DTDC, DCG to form e-comm site
  • BIMCO opens in Singapore, sharing space with Baltic Exchange
  • AirBridgeCargo adds 6th China destination with Chongqing flights
  • DHL opens Myanmar express facility to boost international trade
  • To attract more pharma, air cargo firms create certified trade lanes
  • More online shoppers buying via mobile phones, UPS survey finds

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Exim Indiaweb site
JUNE 27, 2016
  • Concession signed for new East Timor port
  • DG Shipping issues new MS Notice on SOLAS VGM with clarifications
  • Expanded Panama Canal inaugurated
  • FTA says exit negotiations must ensure the goods keep moving
  • SCFI Asia-Northern Europe rates up
  • UK Chamber calls for 'Free Trade Commission' in wake of Brexit
  • Wärtsilä to power two new Indian dredgers being built for Adani Group
  • Tea exports, production at new highs
  • Essar Ports' VOTL the best performing marine terminal at Kandla Port
  • JNPT highlights measures taken to facilitate Ease of Doing Business at trade interaction
  • West Bengal mulls new deep-draught port
  • Highway development making steady progress
  • Cabinet approves technology MoU between India & Germany
  • India & Belgium to sign protocol for avoidance of double taxation & prevention of fiscal evasion

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 28, 2016
  • Minsk-Gomel motorway ready to open
  • NYK makes London lead sales in Central Europe
  • Finance injection for road project in Tajikistan
  • Kelli Saunders takes jackpot in Toronto
  • Shark fins a "no-no" at Cathay Pacific
  • Eurasian container trains with regular timetable
  • Fly Us to promote Egyptair Cargo across Benelux
  • American Club looks back with woe
  • Establishing depots in Romania
  • Acquisition in England
  • MD title for returnee
  • 10 million t of goods on Uzbekistan's new rail line
  • Freja strengthens project forwarding team
  • HL chips in with digital container weighing offer
  • Two new Madrid-Shanghai services take off today

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JUNE 27, 2016
  • Poor energy efficiency holds back Africa's ports
  • New terminal at Trois-Rivieres ahead of schedule
  • KDB provides DSME with refund guarantees for Angelicoussis orders
  • Maersk Line to send more and bigger ships through Panama Canal
  • Former deputy CEO of Kaohsiung is named as chairman of CSBC
  • Yangon berth congestion eases but landside delays persist
  • Sincere Industrial orders six bulkers at Namura Shipbuilding
  • Environmental disaster averted in Mauritius after Benita grounding
  • Confusion surrounds Benita grounding

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The Loadstarweb site
JUNE 27, 2016
  • 'Bizarre twist' as HMM changes tack and starts to woo 2M Alliance for membership
  • Container lines looking shipshape as the expanded Panama Canal opens for business
  • New technology is key to 3PL growth - but it must add value for their 'shipper partners'
  • Yilport eyes port operations in new territory as it continues on its global acquisition trail
  • Brazil lifts foreign ownership cap for airlines, as India relaxes its rules
  • Brexit: what next for Heathrow, manufacturing and trade?
  • Autonomous shipping systems could be in place as soon as 2020

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Marine Logweb site
JUNE 27, 2016
  • Vard to terminate Rem Offshore newbuilding order
  • Austal USA delivers two ships to Navy
  • VIDEO: Inaugural transit opens expanded Panama Canal
  • Aegir-Marine beach volley ball team headed for Rio
  • Fincantieri Marine Group wins NAVSEA contracts
  • Sydney Harbor fast cats feature Simrad bridge solutions
  • Wartsila to power two new Royal IHC dredges
  • Cathelco BWT picked for cable layer conversion

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JUNE 27, 2016
  • First vessel begins transit of expanded Panama Canal
  • Crowley Maritime to start up Houston/Caribbean LCL service
  • Bureau of Transportation Statistics releases national transport database
  • Jones F. Devlin safety awards go to 73 Foss Maritime vessels
  • NYK bulk vessel rescues stranded sailing yacht crew

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 27, 2016
  • CMA CGM takes full control of NOL
    Plans to delist from Singapore exchange after passing 90% threshold
  • AgTC urges terminals to implement weighing solutions
    Shipper and carrier groups issue advice just days away from Solas implementation
  • Handies on rise
    But rates expected to ease on ample tonnage
  • Nigerian piracy sees an inexorable rise in 2016
    Meanwhile, Somalian pirates seem to have disappeared from the radar - for now
  • HCI Capital rebrands as Ernst Russ
    KG house takes name of traditional shipping company to highlight new business model
  • American Club plunges into red with $2.2m deficit
    Gain in net income wiped out by investment losses, but claims climate 'exceptionally benign'
  • MSC reaffirms commitment to UK after Brexit vote
    Container line with a UK workforce of around 600 says it regards its presence in the country as enormously important
  • Car carriers to be hardest hit from Brexit
    Arctic Securities analyst sees further shift east for ship financing
  • VLGC market set to get worse
    Rates as low as $15 per tonne are entirely possible under current trade dynamics, says Poten & Partners consultant, with 2017 the bottom of the market
  • UK sanctions legislation thrown into question
    Post-Brexit UK no longer bound by the EU's collective rules
  • China Cosco Shipping sends bulker duo to Klaveness pool
    Chinese carrier says exploring pooling operation is one way to restore profitability
  • Maritime London warns against 'hasty' decisions post-Brexit vote
    Chief executive Doug Barrow urges members to take time to reflect and consider what happens next
  • Singapore's PSA sets up 'living lab' for port and logistics industry
    About $74m will be committed to the project over the next three years
  • Korea Development Bank looks to offload DSME stake by 2018
    Move forms part of measures to improve the way policy bank handles relationships with firms
  • Hanjin to return 38 vessels by 2017
    Korean carrier to review possible refinancing of its Long Beach Terminal
  • Courage Marine unit partners e-commerce firm to widen business network
    Deal will give company a sales platform to market its imported products
  • Wenchong to build up to eight 1,400 teu boxships for Nordic Hamburg
    Newbuilds previously ordered at troubled Yangzhou Guoyu Shipbuilding
  • PACC Offshore clinches contract to support Shell's Prelude FLNG project
    Company to provide semisubmersible accommodation vessel POSH Arcadia
  • Moody's says Brexit negative for CK Hutchison but holds rating
    Inherent stability of UK businesses limits impact from macro risks after Brexit
  • US-listed shipping stocks fall sharply after Brexit
    But some say long-term impact on freight may be positive

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 27, 2016
  • Fall of NY-NJ imports parallels broader coastal traffic decline
  • SOLAS approach favorable to US exporters coming together
  • NY-NJ terminals to offer SOLAS weighing, but fees may apply
  • CMA CGM to delist NOL after gaining 90 percent share
  • HMM's 2M talks spark plenty of theories behind potential cooperation
  • Trade imbalance fuels congestion at Myanmar's busiest port
  • Brexit threatens $25 billion expansion of Heathrow Airport
  • Congestion cripples Bangladesh's Chittagong Port
  • New Panama Canal locks handle first commercial transit

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TradeWindsweb site
JUNE 27, 2016
  • Rem offers plan to recapitalise
    Debt-for-equity, new capital, order cancellation among the steps to be taken.
  • 'Brexit' a UK issue, not a shipping one
    Tanker chiefs see banks as most hurt, but that could actually help the industry.
  • Christodoulatos joins American Club
    Ikaros Shipping boss becomes director of the New-York based P&I club.
  • Meyer Turku keeps investment coming
    Finnish yard's CEO Jan Meyer says production facilities will be upgraded.
  • BigLift places order at China's Ouhua
    Dutch heavylift vessel owner invests in flexibility with a newbuilding to be delivered in 2018.
  • Ex-DSME CEO summoned in fraud case
    Nam Sang-tae promises to cooperate fully with investigation by prosecutors.
  • Ukrainian master avoids assault trial
    Captain of casino ship detained in Hong Kong walks free after witnesses sent home to China.
  • Brexit splits shipping analysts as stocks fall
    Morgan Stanley and JP Morgan take contrasting positions on how EU exit could influence public companies.
  • Jinhui Shipping keeps selling supramaxes
    Bulk carrier owner disposes of another 2000-built ship for $3.4m.
  • Banaszkiewicz calls for SGX guarantees
    FIS founder renews appeal to FFA market players to support lobbying for assurance over Baltic Exchange sale ahead of Thursday deadline.
  • Refloated Champion Ebony waits inspection
    Inspectors expected soon to check Champion Tankers-owned ship off Alaska.
  • Three to be charged over Vinashin fraud
    Former Vinashinlines execs facing trial over alleged $16m fraud.
  • Canada stabilising listing cargoship
    Coast guard tries to prevent abandoned Kathryn Spirit from capsizing.
  • Bigger Panama Canal tempts the giants
    Maersk and CMA CGM are mulling over adjusting their services to deploy larger vessels in America.
  • Denmark's DBB changes name to Ziton
    Danish owner signals independence from wider DBB group with new brand.
  • HCI changes its name to Ernst Russ
    Maritime investor perpetuates traditional German shipping name and adds Lorenz-Meyer to its board.
  • Brexit hits Li's CK Hutchison
    Hong Kong tycoon who warned against UK leaving EU sees Hong Kong holding company's shares fall.
  • Ince: contract disputes could rise after Brexit
    Deals specifying the European Union could now be subject to a renegotiation, warns leading lawyer.
  • Pantheon buying final Teekay Corp VLCC
    Disposal would see New York-listed Teekay Corp without any owned conventional tankers.
  • DSME 'to be sold by 2018'
    Korea Development Bank chairman makes troubled shipbuilder's disposal a priority.
  • Hongwei orders reefer at Fujian Funing
    Chinese newcomer inks debut contract at domestic shipbuilder.
  • Hanjin Shipping starts 38-vessel cull
    Restructuring Korean owner begins redelivery programme with return of 4,500-teu unit.
  • Brexit could be positive for product tankers: Poten
    US shipbroker says any changes in trade-flows could be positive for sector's ton-mile demand.
  • Brexit could see UK face maritime talent exodus
    Recruiter says reality of UK leaving EU will create uncertainty for many UK maritime employees.
  • Over half the bunkers removed from Benita
    Salvors say a second tug is en route to help in effort to salvage gounded supramax bulker.

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American Shipperweb site
JUNE 27, 2016
  • Matson unveils new South Pacific Express loop
  • CMA CGM surpasses 90% ownership threshold in NOL
  • New equipment enables 24-hour operations at Monrovia Free Port
  • AAWA lays out vision for autonomous shipping

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JUNE 27, 2016
  • TENDER DATA: India's IOC sells 35,000 mt 380 CST HSFO for July 20-22
  • FEATURE: Panama Canal pilots use scale models to prepare for real thing
    To feel how the new Neopanamaxes would handle in the Canal.




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