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Sched Netweb site
JULY 28, 2016
  • Rivals MSC, CMA CGM tie-up in backing TRAXENS box tracker
  • DP World volume up 2.5pc to 31.4 million TEU in first half
  • Philippines pulls US-backed mention of Hague ruling in ASEAN communique
  • Labour judge tells Horizon Lines to pay sacked informer US$1 million
  • Halifax Q2 boxes up 12.5pc to 120,000 TEU, rising 19.6pc in H1
  • Boston docks its biggest ship yet - 8,530-TEU Xin Mei Zhou
  • Greenhouse gas emissions will not be solved by LNG: researcher
  • Malaysia may introduce Vehicle Entry Permit for foreign cars soon
  • Cargotec quarterly profit up 47.4pc to US$44.3 million as sales fall 4pc
  • KLM joins joint venture between Air France and China Eastern Airlines
  • Air cargo sector comes to aid out-of-season fruit growers
  • Volga-Dnepr acquires 20 Boeing 747-8 Freighters
  • Qantas wins three accolades in SkyTrax World Airline Awards
  • B&H Worldwide selects ACX as agent for Morocco

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Exim Indiaweb site
JULY 27, 2016
  • Africa Risk Compliance can assist shipping companies operating in West Africa
  • Assessment of Bulk Liquid Cargo
  • It was an enthralling musical experience at the Valli & Sivaswamy Memorial Concert
  • Cochin Shipyard aims at sustaining its momentum
  • JN Port handles four vessels at a time using Mooring Dolphins
  • Sagar Island Major Port to be awarded early next year
  • Sagarmala also focusing on port-rail connectivity projects
  • West coast ports seen benefiting more from Chabahar agreement
  • CONCOR gets vigilance excellence award
  • CONCOR's port side container facility at Krishnapatnam Port inaugurated

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JULY 27, 2016
  • Dry bulk scrapping debate: Red flag vs silver lining
  • US seeks man overboard detection data from cruise lines
  • Hutchison container volumes slide 7% in first half
  • Marine insurers offering maritime bosses Directors & Officers risk
  • Penta-Ocean Construction books work vessel at JMU
  • JBIC to finance LNG carrier construction
  • HHI's USD3 billion management plan feasible, says auditor
  • Tianjin and Tangshang partner in container services
  • Qingdao to lead new East Asia port alliance
  • Judge orders USD99.5 million compensation over Athos I spill

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The Loadstarweb site
JULY 27, 2016
  • Amazon can test drones in the UK, but they may cause 'supply chain nightmares'
  • DB Schenker appoints Oliver Seidl as its new chief financial officer
  • Terror attacks, strikes and rising costs giving AF-KLM Cargo a bumpy flight
  • Amerijet gets new owner and new CEO as founder bows out
  • Hanjin's multimillion-dollar charter debts cast a bad light on South Korea, says Seaspan
  • Airbus and Boeing putting pressure on supply chains
  • Iran's big plans for transport corridors and railways

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Marine Logweb site
JULY 27, 2016
  • VIDEO: USCG, samaritans, rescue 46 trawler crew members
  • VIDEO: FB Design SAR vessel breaks Monte Carlo-Venice record
  • Court finds in favor of shipowner and DoJ in Athos I case
  • Double ended hybrid ferry features dual AlphaBridge
  • USCG gives guidance on when crew can work on ATB barges
  • GulfMark sees "early signs of encouragement"
  • Hyundai Heavy reports second black ink quarter
  • NASSCO delivers another Kinder Morgan ECO tanker

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JULY 27, 2016
  • $10 million TIGER grant headed to Port of Everett
  • US rail freight traffic slides lower during week
  • Coast Guard Cutter TERRAPIN returns from Alaska deployment
  • Port of Portland project nets TIGER grant funding
  • APL adding new weekly service covering China, Europe, Felixtowe

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 27, 2016
  • Scorpio Bulkers' net loss narrows significantly
    Dry bulk operator takes delivery of a handful of newbuildings
  • Panamax bulker rates plunge in first weekly fall in two months
    Slowing demand in Atlantic and growing tonnage list in Pacific weigh on rates
  • Georgia ports volumes down but 'exceeded expectations'
    Focus has been on building inland terminals to reduce truck traffic and increase rail capacity to the southeast US and beyond
  • Fortescue increases iron ore shipments
    Cash production costs decline for 10th consecutive quarter
  • Diana Containerships axes dividend
    Board opts to preserve cash as owner slumps to second-quarter loss
  • MOL Comfort class society commits to tougher crack arrest plates
    ClassNK announces findings of latest research
  • LR2 rates rebound sharply, up 27% on week
    But MR rates shed another 20% despite support from Mexico-bound longhaul trades
  • Nigerian shipyard Starzs seeking to sell equity stake
    Company looking for partner to help expansion plans
  • HPH Trust reports 31% jump in first-half profits
    One-off gains mask what was a difficult six months for the terminal operator
  • Exit 'fraudulent means and devices'
    Supreme Court reverses nearly 15 years of assumptions about the law of fraudulent insurance claims
  • Hyundai Glovis reports 21% rise in first-half net profit
    International logistics and complete knock down segments are key revenue contributors
  • HHI posts second-quarter net profit
    Restructuring measures starting to bear fruit
  • McDermott and N-KOM yard to pursue offshore projects in Qatar
    Five-year exclusive agreement sets McDermott as primary contractor and N-KOM as fabrication facility
  • ReCAAP concerned over crew abductions off Sabah and Philippines
    Six such incidents reported in March to July period
  • Vessel deliveries boost Bahri's net profit
    Group purchased and took delivery of a number of VLCCs and chemical tankers in 2016
  • Precious Shipping disposes of handysize bulk vessel
    Move is part of company's fleet renewal initiativ

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 27, 2016
  • BNSF's options to jumpstart planned LA-LB terminal running out
  • CN blames intermodal fall on weak demand
  • Betting on demand, Hub to add 2,000 intermodal containers
  • NS intermodal traffic falls on weak global demand, restructured service
  • Linea Peninsular adds weekly Tampa-Mexico route
  • CH Robinson builds volume, capacity, as truck rates plummet
  • Weak Hong Kong drags down Hutchison's first-half container volume
  • Houston imports rise, narrowing dip in volume
  • MSC joins CMA CGM as investor in box-monitoring start-up
  • Rotterdam's container lead over Antwerp still shrinking
  • Air France-KLM cargo stuck in the red
  • Russian truckers, rails fight for market share as container trade rebounds

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TradeWindsweb site
JULY 27, 2016
  • Costamare unveils loan amid earnings beat
    New York-listed containership owner to use new financing to fund 11,000-teu newbuilding duo.
  • Gener8 profit surges almost as predicted
    New York tanker owner reports 91% improvement in bottom line; confirms vessel sale.
  • Neo-panamax upsizing gradual, DCIX says
    Symeon Palios-led boxship operator says US ports still need dredging for larger ships.
  • Scorpio Bulkers costs lead to better outlook
    Two analysts lift earnings projections as New York-listed bulker owner tackles expenses.
  • Scorpio Bulkers ruling out new equity raise
    Chief executive Emanuele Lauro says New York-listed bulker owner has what it needs to get through 2018, and beyond with some additional measures.
  • GulfMark sees 'bottom' in offshore market
    Kneen says rates have reached all-in cash costs, but they're far from sustainable.
  • Navibulgar confirms handysize buy
    Modern bulker renamed Sredna Gora after purchase from Chinese owner.
  • Tsakos beats Citgo in $99.5m decision
    Major victory in oil spill battle that has lasted more than a decade.
  • Pareto Securities cuts products pair amid rates revision
    Norwegian finance house downgrades two owners and predicts weaker market for this year and next.
  • Pareto cuts products pair amid rates revision
    Norwegian finance house downgrades two owners and predicts weaker market for this year and next.
  • JMU wins offshore hoist ship contract
    Japanese yard to build wind-farm vessel for Penta-Ocean Construction.
  • DCIX drops dividends after Q2 loss
    Boxship owner "aggressively" preserving cash after Q2 deficit outstrips revenue.
  • Scorpio Bulkers loss less than feared
    New York-listed owner's second quarter red ink not as dark as analysts had forecast.
  • DP World reports growth as it enters Taiwan
    Growing Dubai-based terminal operator signs MoU for the development of Kaohsiung port.
  • Seago charters in Schuldt boxship
    Maersk group line adds German vessel on run from Spain to the UK and Ireland.
  • Benita tow takes a new twist
    Five Oceans Salvage switches line to bow of bulker after stern settled deeper into water.
  • TAS Offshore revenue turns negative
    Order cancellations and price adjustments hit Malaysian shipbuilder in fourth quarter.
  • Jefferies takes down tanker estimates
    Analyst Doug Mavrinac lowers both his crude and products rates view for 2016 and 2017.
  • Euronav snaps up Pappas VLCC pair
    Paddy Rodgers-led owner understood to have bought resales in $188m deal.
  • GulfMark: offshore S&P market on the move
    US owner sees demand for ship sales rising as it offloads three older vessels.
  • Court keeps Aegean officer in US
    Chief engineer not allowed to return to Greece as he awaits trial on pollution charges.
  • Goulandris bulker Amadeus refloated
    Two tugs successfully free Greek panamax in Parana River.
  • Hyundai Heavy spins back to profit
    Korean shipbuilding giant logs strong year-on-year turnaround in its bottom line to beat second quarter forecasts.
  • Hyundai Mipo delays $147m gas carrier trio
    Korean shipbuilder says two LPG ships and one LEG vessel have been pushed back until 30 April, 2018.
  • Yinson sells non-core businesses
    Malaysian offshore player moves ahead with plans to divest itself of non-oil and gas subsidiaries.
  • Veteran ferry finds trading buyer
    Reports that the Moroccan ferry Le Rif was heading to the breakers have proven premature.
  • Benita heads to the breakers
    Salvaged bulk carrier on one-way voyage to Alang.
  • Citgo defeated in $99.5m Athos I decision
    Tsakos comes out victorious in oil spill battle that has lasted more than a decade.
  • McDermott profit up despite vessel charge
    New York-listed offshore construction specialist delivered better-than-expected profit improvement.

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American Shipperweb site
JULY 27, 2016
  • Panama Canal Authority remains confident with current procedures
  • CLARIFICATION: Carriers shake up Europe-Mid E/ISC trade
  • China ratifies U.N. intermodal transport convention
  • ZS Fund acquires Amerijet
  • Port of Long Beach sets aside $46m for pollution mitigation
  • Port of Tampa gains new container service
  • FMC reviews 16 OTI license applications
  • Private equity firm purchases St. George Logistics
  • Seaspan reaffirms it will not reduce Hanjin charter rates




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