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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 30, 2016
  • Hamburg's Hapag-Lloyd agrees to merger deal with Dubai's UASC
  • Hanjin to return 20 box carriers and 18 bulkers when charters expire
  • US farm exporters thank terminals for taking on VGM weigh-ins
  • NYK's LPG carrier makes first commercial passage via new Panama Canal
  • Philadelphia to dock first ship with Kia cars from Mexican plant
  • Canadian PM no rush to ink China trade deal till rights issues sorted
  • Texas BNSF freights crash, 3 presumed dead in blaze, one jumps free
  • Plan to export coal from Port of Oakland blocked by city council
  • 'K' Line in joint development of new management system
  • Georgia delegation attend opening of newly expanded Panama Canal
  • Seattle Port Commission starts give-away economic development scheme
  • IMO guidelines on cyber security threats cover old ground
  • Brexit events could delay Heathrow expansion decision: BIFA
  • Oz lifts Bangladesh air cargo ban, UK's lingers, Germany imposes anew
  • KLM Cargo to develop Amsterdam Schiphol express sorting system
  • Air Serbia launches first direct flights to US since 19902 Balkans wars

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Exim Indiaweb site
JUNE 29, 2016
  • Chih-Chien Hsieh is new Chairman of Yang Ming
  • Expanded Panama Canal now officially open for business
  • Hapag-Lloyd & UASC agree on terms & conditions of a business combination
  • India improves ranking in World Bank's Logistics Performance Index
  • Ship: A Legal Personality
  • ZIM launches new mobile application for customers
  • Caterpillar exploring opportunities to increase exports thru' Chennai Port
  • MbPT Chairman visits Sewree Fort
  • Skill development training programmes launched at Kamarajar Port
  • Visakhapatnam Customs & Nepalese delegation discuss modalities regarding clearance of the country's ex-im cargo thru' Visakhapatnam Port
  • Post-Brexit, FTA with UK suggested

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 30, 2016
  • On the hook
  • Weight savings and higher payloads
  • Executive adjustments at Radiant
  • Topping the list for third time
  • HGVs get own telematics app
  • Starter kit for coping with VGM regulations
  • Resignation, retirement and replacements
  • Linking UK with Baltic states
  • USA: freight trains crash
  • New service from Sudan to Middle East
  • Schliemann says ciao!
  • United suspends Lagos service, and TAME Buenos Aires
  • Innovative SC orchestrator programme published
  • Baltic Sea Gate handles over 1,000 trains per year
  • K Line goes for big data
  • UFO member honoured by Cathay Pacific
  • Air Astana starts Teheran flights, BA postpones them
  • Hapag-Lloyd and UASC forge wedding plans

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JUNE 29, 2016
  • Embattled Star Bulk seals standstill deal with lenders
  • LNG vessel safety high on US agenda
  • Asian insurance centres increasing marine market share
  • Container shipping spot rates rise ahead of fresh GRIs
  • HMM's banks give it one more month to settle issues
  • Capesize second hand values tick higher
  • Yangzijiang Shipbuilding sets up investment company
  • Sembmarine buys half of Aragon
  • CSIC to build floating dock for Russia's Zvezda Shipyard

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The Loadstarweb site
JUNE 29, 2016
  • Zim could join HMM in 2M as shipping alliance eyes transpacific marketshare grab
  • European freighters compete for Canada-LatAm traffic as air cargo yields 'go crazy'
  • Hapag-Lloyd and UASC shake on merger deal - now it's up to the shareholders
  • Lufthansa Cargo expands its ANA joint-venture offering right across Europe
  • EU to accept antitrust offer from 15 shipping lines as probe draws to a close
  • Drewry sees air freight rates fall to second-lowest level in four years

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Marine Logweb site
JUNE 29, 2016
  • Grant will help Alaska students develop maritime careers
  • La Naval delivers ABC-powered hybrid RoPax ferry
  • USCG issues Marine Safety Advisory on drug testing
  • VIDEO: PortMiami to get dramatic new cruise terminal
  • MacGregor equipment picked for Chinese polar ship
  • AWO authorizes ClassNK to conduct RCP audits
  • Mavrik Marine gillnetter first workboat with new MAN engine

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JUNE 29, 2016
  • Port Angeles Port Commissioners name Goschen executive director
  • Drewry releases latest numbers on carrier on-time performance
  • Inchcape Shipping Services warns of new rules at Vale terminals
  • Washington governor, Japan ambassador sign new memorandum of cooperation
  • CMA CGM reaches 91.28 percent mark in Neptune Orient Line share ownership

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 29, 2016
  • Lloyd's to unveil Brexit contingency plans
    But access to Europe 'will not be as good' as currently enjoyed
  • Brexit will double regulatory burden for UK shipping, lawyer warns
    Companies will have to comply with both British and EU regulations on intra-Europe routes, argues Ince & Co's Ruttley
  • UASC shareholders approve merger with Hapag-Lloyd
    The two lines will remain in separate alliances until end of March, 2017
  • VLCC rates to run sideways until rises next week
    Slow steaming is helping to support rates in an otherwise low-key market
  • Canal boost to Florida intermodal
    The introduction of larger vessels transiting the Panama Canal could increase cargoes delivered by rail to the southeast US states
  • Leyal first Turkish recycling facility certified to Hong Kong Convention
    Aliaga demolition unit certified this month
  • Brexit vote to have limited impact on box shipping
    UK only a bit-part player in container shipping
  • Jinhui takes another book loss on supramax sale
    Hong Kong-based carrier to dispose of its third supramax since March
  • Suezmax and aframax rates soften on limited cargo volumes
    Most routes have a surplus of available tonnage
  • LNG spot market to stay at 30% for foreseeable future
    No rise anticipated in spot market's share of total LNG trade, due to the needs of cargo buyers and sellers, Poten & Partners forecasts
  • AGCS shake-up puts O'Neill on the board
    Promotion for head of marine at insurance giant as Buxton fills shoes
  • End of Europe GRIs moves closer
    Proposals that would end GRIs and bring greater freight rate transparency pass market testing
  • SITC shuffles vessel ownership to meet China-Taiwan rules
    Vessel transferred to affiliate to comply with new Chinese regulations for vessels plying the mainland China-Taiwan route
  • Panamax rates buoyed by tighter tonnage in North Atlantic
    Higher activity levels in the Far East and Australia also help
  • Royal Caribbean secures $1.2bn loan facilities to fund STX newbuilds
    Two Edge-class vessels scheduled to be delivered in the autumn of 2018 and the first half of 2020
  • Secondhand dry bulk asset values hit all-time low in first quarter
    But prices expected to recover from 2018, says MSI
  • Cosco Shipping to swap seven heavylift ships for three multipurpose vessels
    MPVs are priced at about $36.4m per ship
  • Dry bulk owners to face more misery in second half of 2016
    Vessel overcapacity and tepid Chinese demand remain key issues, says AlixPartners
  • Sembcorp Marine takes stake in process design and engineering firm owned by Sevan Marine
    Group to finance KANFA Aragon share purchase through internal funding
  • Carnival Corp posts strong second-quarter result amid robust cruise demand
    Board of directors approve another $1bn in share repurchases to show confidence in company's outlook
  • Shipping industry should be worried about elasticity of shipyard capacity
    Glut in effective capacity as many yards remain underemployed, says MSI's Adam Kent
  • Panama Canal expansion to improve nation's sovereign credentials
    Panama well positioned to benefit from trade segments poised for growth including US energy exports to Asia, says Fitch

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 29, 2016
  • Hapag-Lloyd-UASC merger nears finish line
  • High US inventories could be the new normal
  • Oakland port approves major capital investment initiative
  • US poultry export rebound ready to hatch
  • Charleston port's gate system 'learning curve' improving, but delays persist
  • Zim could reportedly join 2M
  • Brexit to have minimal impact on container shipping, Alphaliner says
  • Creditors extend HMM debt payment suspension one month
  • Brexit could hurt US exports, pulling down surface demand
  • India's Cochin Port expects new tech to speed truck turn times
  • Gap in Japan warehousing exposed by rising e-commerce demand

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TradeWindsweb site
JUNE 29, 2016
  • Teekay closes $1bn in new capital
    Parent firm and offshore subsidiary finalise deals for new equity and debt injections.
  • Cosco blames Greece for amending Piraeus deal
    Chinese giant says final proposal on port stake differs from initial deal.
  • UASC shareholders okay Hapag merger
    Merger with German company gets unanimous approval as liner consolidation rolls on.
  • Baltic stops forward curves on two routes
    Exchange says the move prompted by lack of trading in derivative products.
  • Asian energy traders favour new locks
    VLGCs are the main traffic in the initial days of the newer, wider Panama Canal locks.
  • Liquidator selling damaged German cargoship
    Anja on sales block following collision in Germany in 2014.
  • Yangzijiang founds $150m investment fund
    Chinese shipbuilder looking to diversify with new finance venture.
  • Stena Line considers UK flag exodus
    Swedish ferry owner mulls over re-registering some of its ships but no decision has been made yet.
  • Transpetro cancels tanker orders worth $1.22bn
    Petrobras shipping arm terminates domestic orders for four suezmaxes and three aframaxes.
  • Brussels to settle major liner anti-trust probe
    Maersk, MSC, CMA CGM and 12 more firms are set to avoid penalties for price fixing.
  • Cargoship slams into quayside
    Audible crunch as Strahlmann vessel hits the side in the Netherlands.
  • HHI offering Hyundai Motor shares as it refinances
    Korean yard and sister outfit Hyundai Samho raising money for restructuring.
  • Glencore paid $5bn to states around the globe
    Commodity trader reveals stats about payments to different governments under EU directive.
  • Shareholders turn against big Japanese owners' bosses
    K Line and MOL's re-election votes see drop in support for presidents from investors.
  • Vroon fixes out subsea support newbuilding
    Dutch owner takes delivery of VOS Star from Fujian yard and finds work with VBMS.
  • Fesco bondholders reject waiver deal
    Russian line to continue talks with investors after meeting fails to produce desired result.
  • Atlantska cancels Qingshan bulker double
    Croatian owner tears up deals for two ultramax newbuildings in China.
  • EU to accept offer from liner companies
    Maersk, MSC, CMA CGM and 12 more firms are set to avoid penalties for price fixing.
  • Samsung Heavy seeks okay for share issue
    Restructuring Korean shipbuilder wants to increase upper limit of stock disposals.
  • Deep Sea sends three PSVs to Egypt
    John Fredriksen company ties up supply ships into 2017 and beyond with BP.
  • Great Eastern linked to Japanese bulker buy
    Deal would take year-to-date spending on secondhand capesizes to 40 ships worth $893m.
  • Coscol set to upsize trio of heavylift newbuilds
    State-owned firm asks Shanghai Shipyard to boost size of last three vessels of six ship series.
  • Siem Offshore arm secures more wind work
    Vessels and resources within the Norwegian offshore group to be deployed on Beatrice project.
  • Carnival Corp reports record second quarter earnings
    US-listed cruise giant set to buy back a further $1bn worth of stock under new authorization.
  • Great Eastern linked to Japanese bulker sale
    Deal would take year-to-date spending on secondhand capesizes to 40 ships worth $893m.
  • RCCL gets credit line for STX order
    New York-listed cruiseship owner formalises agreement with ECA on 'Edge-class' newbuildings.
  • Navios Partners appoints new director
    New York-listed firm appoints former director of Greece's third largest bank by assets.

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American Shipperweb site
JUNE 29, 2016
  • IAG Cargo strengthens presence in Shanghai

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JUNE 29, 2016
  • US DATA: EIA says residual fuel oil stocks down on fall in imports
    Stocks fell just 104,000 barrels from the previous reporting period, ending the week at 40.171 million barrels.
  • TENDER DATA: Taiwan's CPC seeks 40,000 mt HSFO for August delivery
  • UAE's Gulf Petrol Supplies starts mass flow meter bunkering at Fujairah
    Will install MFM on its second barge next year.
  • Japan Data: Paj Says Product Output Rises 5% On Week To 20.01 Mil Barrels Jun 19-25
    LSFO exports edged up 0.8% to 33,383 barrels.
  • TANKERS: Caribbean Aframax rates fall to lowest level in more than 5 years
    Cargoes scant, while tonnage grew steadily in the region.
  • ANALYSIS: Dwindling Russian HSFO flows push NWE barge spreads to one-year high
    Output down on reduced runs, slow restarts.
  • Oil futures rebound as dollar declines, Norwegian strike looms
    NYMEX August crude settled $1.52 higher at $47.85/b.




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