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06 December 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 21:26 GMT+1




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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 29, 2016
  • Born again Panama Canal opens with passage of China Cosco vessel
  • Port of Oakland executive director Chris Lytle to remain at helm for 3 years
  • Israel, Turkey declare peace, end 6-year snit to forge energy deal
  • Brexit win prompts calls for EU Commission president Juncker to resign
  • Drewry: 35pc shippers expect low peak season, dashing rate hike hopes
  • 38pc think leaving EU will hurt UK logistics industry: poll
  • Courier urges UK to secure single market access after 'Brexit' vote
  • MISC commits to sustainability as central to business operations
  • GAC Dubai sets up co-packing facility in Jebel Ali free zone
  • India's top LNG buyer to complete terminal expansion by September
  • DHL eCommerce boosts presence in China by 50pc
  • DB Cargo UK introduces flexible and green 'pop-up' rail depot
  • ICTSI stands ready to take on tough jobs anywhere any time
  • AirBridgeCargo May tonnage soars 31pc, and in first 5 months of 2016
  • DHL Express sets up as prime cargo lease holder in Calgary
  • Work starts on new US$7.9 million distribution facility at Edmonton Airport

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Exim Indiaweb site
JUNE 28, 2016
  • BCHAA seminar on VGM today
  • Broad industry coalition provides guidance for the smooth implementation of container weighing regulations
  • CMA CGM crosses 90 pc ownership threshold in NOL
  • Maersk Line welcomes expansion of Panama Canal
  • MSC partners with Peel Ports for Liverpool2 trials
  • SGX & Baltic Exchange extend period of exclusive discussions
  • Cochin Port gets RFID-based Access Control System
  • JNPT takes measures to facilitate Ease of Doing Business
  • Major Ports to implement new Stevedoring & Shore Handling Policy from July 31
  • Mumbai Port's advisory to its pensioners

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 29, 2016
  • Innovation to the fore
  • Space pooling platform to fill trucks
  • Biglift: another dose of happiness
  • Arkas SEM calling Alexandria
  • Tailor-made distribution networks for overland traffic
  • E-platform for Africa's freight transport sector
  • Buckerfield transfers from forwarder to cargo airline
  • Industry veteran to boost business for Saddle Creek
  • Digitalization to reduce rail maintenance costs
  • Strategic supply management award for ICTSI
  • Rhenus Switzerland publishes annual result
  • Cherry export blooming in Seattle
  • NOL: time to say goodbye
  • Cargo to Azerbaijan by Aryamasir
  • Leasing company orders host of new locomotives
  • Cold chain specialist names sales director for Japan
  • IAG Cargo's Kuala Lumpur service above expectations
  • New airport for Nouakchott

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JUNE 28, 2016
  • Hapag-Lloyd merger agreed
  • Pan Ocean executes more debt-for-equity swaps
  • Shipbuilder HHIC sells estate in Incheon for USD39 million
  • SGX and Baltic Exchange extend takeover talks
  • No rebound in dry bulk this year as outlook labelled 'extremely negative'
  • No justification for forwarder container weigh fee, says shipper group
  • REM Offshore cancels AHTS order at VARD due to restructuring
  • Maersk Oil fails to win new Qatar contract
  • CMA CGM to delist NOL after it secures 90% share
  • KDB to dispose of non-financial subsidiaries by 2018, DSME included
  • Nigeria moves to stamp out corruption at its ports
  • Rabaul Queen trial adjourned until August
  • Changhang Phoenix to swap equity with Ganghai Construction
  • Brexit turmoil to further curb shipping's access to capital

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The Loadstarweb site
JUNE 28, 2016
  • Hapag-Lloyd and UASC merger talks conclude with agreement
  • DHL Supply Chain appoints Oscar de Bok as its Europe chief executive
  • Now Germany limits air cargo imports from Bangladesh in further blow to garment exporters
  • Consolidation 'inevitable' as freight forwarders see challenges grow as market shrinks
  • Hanjin to off-hire 38 chartered ships in bid to reduce outgoings and shore up cashflow
  • Analysis: FedEx investors balance new European footprint against domestic business risk
  • Will Brexit close the doors on Open Skies?
  • Nigeria moves to stamp out corruption at its ports

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Marine Logweb site
JUNE 28, 2016
  • Swiftships awarded $15 million FMS contract
  • Silver Ships delivers fire/rescue boat to NY
  • Young Brothers orders four new tugs at Conrad Shipyard
  • Ice floe, delayed crew response, led to laker grounding
  • MAN marks two stage turbo milestone
  • Wartsila opens new Canary Islands service center
  • In-port ballast water treatment system now in production
  • FMC approves six-port container weight agreement

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JUNE 28, 2016
  • Matson adding new service covering South Pacific ports
  • Seattle-Tacoma Airport earns Salmon-Safe nod
  • DB Schenker making executive level changes
  • Port Angeles Port Commission extends MAC application period
  • NYK ship first commercial vessel to transit expanded Panama Canal

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 28, 2016
  • Supras gain
    More cargoes available looking for tonnage
  • Hapag-Lloyd and UASC agree merger terms
    Update: UASC and Hapag-Lloyd shareholders still to vote on the deal that would create world's fifth-biggest box line
  • Work begins for the expanded Panama Canal
    After a successful launch, Panama needs to win over shipowners to make its investment pay off
  • Navios Partners appoints Theodorou to board
    Ex-Eurobank shipping banker, turned consultant, maintains MLP's board at nine directors
  • CSIC Ltd to raise $587m from parent group
    Loss-making Chinese shipbuilder needs money to replenish cash flow
  • LNG shipping is split over rate recovery
    Some anticipate rates of $50,000 per day by the end of the year, and rising, while others see no significant change for at least three years
  • The shipping finance crisis
    It is now clear that the demands for shipping services are way below the availability of the fleets of existing ships in most sectors
  • Two more months for SGX Baltic talks
    Extension allows further discussion with stakeholders to agree final terms of transaction
  • BigLift Shipping orders heavy lift vessel from Chinese yard
    Vessel scheduled for delivery in first quarter of 2018
  • Brexit curbs on ship finance to help boost tanker markets
    Tougher capital markets will help curb funding of newbuilding orders
  • K Line and Kawasaki Heavy Industries venture into smart shipping
    But new system still needs more vessels and time to improve accuracy
  • Rem Offshore to terminate shipbuilding contract with Vard
    Move is part of company's restructuring efforts
  • Diana Shipping inks time charter with SwissMarine
    Charter to generate about $2.06m in gross revenue for minimum period
  • Swiber carries out internal restructuring amid offshore weakness
    Group transfers a number of units to another wholly owned entity
  • Essar Shipping eyes younger dry bulk tonnage in secondhand market
    Company planning to sell two vessels over 25 years old
  • Dry bulk sector to benefit from rising Chinese demand for iron ore
    Marsoft expects global dry bulk trade to grow 2% to 3% by January 2017

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 28, 2016
  • Amazon's blend of fulfillment, technology raises bar for 3PLs
  • NY-NJ Port Authority: No SOLAS disruption or delays expected
  • SOLAS solution for railed US exports still in progress
  • Tech start-ups promise to streamline forwarding amid skepticism
  • Oakland port offers new contract to executive director
  • Maersk outlines US exporter-friendly SOLAS policy
  • India temporarily eases SOLAS guidelines
  • US importers fret over rolling cargo as trans-Pacific peak season nears
  • Lufthansa Cargo extends All Nippon Airways joint venture
  • Hapag-Lloyd agrees to merger terms with UASC
  • Hanjin will cut capacity to boost liquidity
  • Nigeria ramps up port anti-corruption efforts
  • Shippers say forwarder VGM fees unjustified

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TradeWindsweb site
JUNE 28, 2016
  • Bulker grounding pinned to 'delays'
    Ice floes were main factor, but report cites crew and traffic plans too.
  • Religare moves for ABG Shipyard
    Investor triggers offer for struggling shipbuilder by snapping up 24.99% stake.
  • Sembcorp pays Sevan $2.4m for Aragon stake
    Norwegian company will recognize $1m gain from latest deal with Singaporean shipyard.
  • Finnlines secures $55m of retrofit cash
    Finnish ro-ro operator taps EIB for loan to help it bring ships into line with fuel rules.
  • Hapag-Lloyd, UASC closer to merger
    German owner's board agrees business combination agreement with Middle East partner.
  • Oaktree exec held in $264m theft case
    UK-based VP faces fight against extradition to the UAE in dispute over PDVSA vessel-seizure award.
  • CSIC plots stock sale worth $587m
    Chinese shipbuilder is offloading 718m shares privately as it looks to repay its debt.
  • EX-DSME boss Nam arrested
    Former CEO Nam Sang-tae held in probe into alleged accounting fraud.
  • SITC sells boxship to sister operation
    Hong Kong-listed line charters back SITC Ningbo to meet new requirements for Taiwan trade.
  • Strong profit to help Dof restructure
    Offshore vessel owner targets improved liquidity in 2016 in order to complete rebirth scheme.
  • HMM stretches restructuring by a month
    Korean shipowner's rebirth taking longer than expected due to delays in joining a major boxship alliance.
  • SGX extends Baltic Exchange bid
    Singapore exchange agrees another two months to conclude takeover discussions.
  • Coastal shipping could save India $6bn
    Government incentive being offered to lure cargoes off roads and trains.
  • Pan Ocean hands out shares worth $7.63m
    Restructured Korean owner continues to convert claims against it into equity.
  • Liner giants in no rush to book Panama slots
    It will be a while yet before vessels owned by big companies transit the widened canal.
  • Troms fixes PSV for five months
    Norwegian owner finds North Sea term work with Apache.
  • P+S liquidator sues KPMG for $565m
    Berthold Brinkmann wants damages from accountants after German yard collapsed in 2012.
  • 50 British jobs at risk in Carnival shake-up
    Southampton staff affected as US cruise giant reorganises global brands.
  • Wisdom Marine looks to enter aframax market
    Taiwanese owner splashes out $100m on crude tanker newbuildings at Japan Marine United.
  • Singapore offshore executives keep snapping up shares
    Pacific Radiance director Choo Boon Tiong is the latest to join the growing band of buyers.
  • CMA CGM crosses 90% ownership threshold in NOL
    French liner giant says it now intends to delist the company from the Singapore Exchange.

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American Shipperweb site
JUNE 28, 2016
  • NEWS FLASH: Two BNSF freight trains collide in Texas
  • FTR: Shippers Conditions Index rises in April
  • Hapag-Lloyd, UASC one step closer to merger
  • U.S. economy continues to send mixed signals
  • Hanjin to off-hire 38 charter vessels by 2017
  • NEWS FLASH: Hapag-Lloyd agrees on merger deal with UASC
  • Executive Moves: DB Schenker and Canadian Airports Council
  • Stimson: Brexit could impact more than just UK trade
  • Gartner buys SCM World
  • E2open builds demand capability with Orchestro deal
  • Damco launches control tower orchestration program
  • Maritime groups provide revised VGM FAQs
  • Break-Bulk Ocean Lines starts new logistics services network
  • Lytle approved to stay on as Port of Oakland director
  • Georgia governor calls canal project 'historic' for Georgia
  • U.S. attempts to contain fallout from Brexit turmoil
  • ITC finds corrosion-resistant steel imports harmful to U.S. industry
  • Maasvlakte terminals to institute paperless transfer system
  • Japanese liner carrier CEO's see approval ratings fall amid weak industry
  • ICHCA: No grace period for VGM...period
  • CargoSmart's VGM platform goes live

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JUNE 28, 2016
  • Seasonal factors keep marine fuel availability tight in Hamburg
    But limited supplies are getting through.
  • Oil corrects higher after sell-off; Norway strike looms
  • Singapore Jul ex-wharf 380 CST bunker fuel term inked at parity to discount of $1/mt
  • Singapore July ex-wharf 500 CST bunker fuel term at discounts of $7.50-8/mt
  • Handysize freight for key Australia-China alumina route hits 8-month high
  • Russian Rosneft, Italian Pietro Barbaro JV to start operations by Dec: source
  • Japan Astomos' VLGC Lycaste Peace is 1st commercial tanker to transit expanded Panama Canal
  • SOUTH KOREA DATA: May oil product exports jump 16.7% on year to 1.38 mil b/d
    Bunker C fuel oil exports increased 1.14 million barrels.
  • UAE's Federal Supreme Court rules against physical bunker fuel suppliers
    Shipowners, charterers not obligated to supplier.
  • France's CMA CGM to delist Singapore container line NOL after gaining 90% stake
    After gaining 90% stake.




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