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02 April 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 05:48 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
MAY 31, 2016
  • Maersk Line upgrades Asia-North Europe, cutting port calls to retain speed
  • HMM expects to arrive at charter rate agreement with shipowners soon
  • Hanjin's arrested bulker freed in South Africa after deal with charterer
  • SOLAS box weigh-ins benefit big fish at expense of small fry: Stifel
  • Hit by Tianjin port's mega-blast, TT Club posts 65pc fall in 2015 surplus
  • Incheon April volume rises 11pc to 223,000 TEU, up 8.3pc since January
  • California's Port of Long Beach maintains strong Fitch AA bond rating
  • Nigerian shipping costs up 60pc as pirate attack rate tops the world
  • Oakland terminal enacts mandatory trucker appointments for import pickups
  • Eco-lobbyists seek Oakland City Council ban waterfront coal terminal
  • Why Arctic sea routes will not be useful to shipping cargo any time soon
  • UPS is to offer on-demand 3D printing network
  • Cargo thieves use 3D printing to disguise crimes by delaying detection
  • UK's Davies Turner open to Iran trade for years through thick and thin
  • TAC Index is created for air cargo forwarders to be in commodity market
  • Qatar Airways Cargo celebrates a decade of flying to Kenya
  • Doubledeck air container trailer to move between Haneda, Narita airports
  • Air Malta appoints Network Airline Services to enlarge cargo footprint

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Exim Indiaweb site
MAY 30, 2016
  • CMA CGM announces firm intention to make voluntary conditional general offer to acquire NOL
  • DP World announces new $ 1.2 bn sukuk to be listed on NASDAQ Dubai
  • Elektrans Group appoints Capt. Deepak Arora as Managing Director of Elektrans Shipping
  • FEDSAI Chairman underscores need for market discipline
  • Indonesia planning on developing South-East Asia's largest container port
  • MSC enhances services between Asia & North Europe
  • Port of Portland sees massive surge in box throughput
  • SCFI rates see all-round increase
  • Vietnam's Cai Mep International Terminal doubles Q1 volume with 5 new service calls
  • WWL launches ambitious global sulphur policy
  • Anti-dumping duty levied on Coumarin imports from China
  • MbPT hires two speed boats for security patrolling
  • DB Schenker opens first owned logistics centre in Middle East
  • Patel Integrated Logistics teams up with Saudi-based Nationwide Group to float JV company
  • India's steel imports on the rise
  • Rice Story

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International Transport Journalweb site
MAY 31, 2016
  • New shortline railroad to serve Ohio and Virginia
  • Reinforcement for logistics network
  • Special multimodal transport from Chioggia to Liverpool
  • Five rail projects in India under starter's orders
  • Air Algerie takes over combi aircraft
  • Golden anniversary for Fednav subsidiary
  • Logtex stepping up activities in northern France
  • Weight verification service for HGVs
  • New Russian cargo carrier to take off with TU-204
  • TT Club: 2015 a "normal year"
  • New MD for Cargoschmitz trailer plant in Spain
  • Greater efficiency, lower costs, lower emissions
  • European vehicle logisticians elect new board and president
  • Asian-Latin America connection enhanced
  • Rising business costs a major challenge
  • (Air) China's first Dreamliner

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IHS Maritimeweb site
MAY 30, 2016
  • CMA CGM's takeover of NOL in final stages
  • Dismal Asia-North Europe may be recovering, says maritime analyst
  • China state-owned CSIC to merge another two yards
  • 2M Alliance adjusts Asia-North Europe network to better utilise mega-ships
  • HMM expects to settle charter negotiations soon
  • Wisdom Marine orders LGP carrier from Namura Shipbuilding
  • Transhipment volumes tumble at Busan, South Korea
  • STX O&S files for receivership
  • Sembcorp Marine delivers jack-up rig Maersk Highlander
  • HMM to offload shares in KB Financial Group for USD26 million
  • Hanjin seeks maturity extension for another USD160 million of bonds
  • Self-rescue plans by Korea's "Big 3" shipbuilders to yield USD5.05 billion
  • DP World raises USD1.2 billion for global projects

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Marine Logweb site
MAY 30, 2016
  • U.S.-flag ATB tug has Barke high-lift flap rudders
  • Stevedoring barge delivered to ProvPort

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MAY 30, 2016
  • Saadé says CMA CGM/NOL to play defining role in future of industry
    Update: CMA CGM confirms NOL offer after conditions met: combined group will have 12% market share and fleet capacity of 2.4m teu
  • Maersk and MSC to cut number of direct port calls in 2M Asia-North Europe network
    Move will eliminate duplication of port pairs in order to keep transit times competitive
  • Supramax rates continue to gain at gradual pace
    Shipments from US Gulf helped lift market
  • DP World to list Islamic bond on Nasdaq Dubai
    Company's bond issue met strong demand and was two times oversubscribed
  • Handysize market holds steady
    Rates and optimism continue to ebb amid a dearth of fixtures in the Pacific
  • HMM expects to reach deal soon with shipowners on charter rates
    South Korean line achieves 'meaningful progress' with five container ship owners
  • Mermaid Maritime clinches $11m worth of contracts in Middle East
  • Diana Shipping secures time charters for two panamax bulkers
    Both vessels are expected to bring in around $2.3m worth in gross revenue for the minimum duration of the time charters
  • The next leap into the unknown
    All this heady talk about big data and robots prompts speculation about ships of the future, but what about the seafarers who will crew them?

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MAY 30, 2016
  • Japan to bankroll new Indonesia container port
  • CMA CGM getting closer to NOL takeover
  • Second-largest Russian terminal to offer SOLAS container weighing
  • World's longest rail tunnel will shift European cargo from trucks
  • NY-NJ port truckers buy chassis to cut costs, secure equipment
  • Asia-North Europe trade may have hit the bottom, Drewry says
  • Transshipment volumes tumble at Busan
  • 2M Alliance adjusts Asia-North Europe network to better utilize mega-ships

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TradeWindsweb site
MAY 30, 2016
  • Fesco sinks to $22m first-quarter loss
    Russian liner operator and logistics company sinks into red as it continues negotiations with bondholders.
  • Uruguay suspends Siteam Anja salvage effort
    Heavy weather leads navy to halt effort to remove Team Tankers chemical tanker from Isla de Lobos.
  • ABG chief executive steps down
    Mumbai-based shipyard announces departure after company fails to find investor.
  • France strike to hurt then help tankers
    US tanker analysts see potential downside during strikes then potential for imports jump after.
  • Stohle sounds FSRU contract confidence
    Chief executive talks up newbuilding deal potential; suggests conversion could follow.
  • Clipper in clover on the home front
    Bahamas-registered bulker division sees legacy issues fading fast, CFO says.
  • Maersk Line reshapes Asia Europe offering
    Cost cuts and shorter journey times in store on key trade route.
  • Navibulgar takes auctioned handysize
    Expanding Bulgarian owner reveals it snapped up Tranglory vessel at auction.
  • Malaysian Bulk continues sales run
    Owner said to have offloaded another dry cargo vessel.
  • Templeton reveals Samsung Heavy stake
    Singapore fund has 5% of shipbuilder but won't seek to influence management.
  • Nigerian shipping costs soar 60% on piracy
    Shipowners say attacks have pushed up insurance of ships and crew.
  • Fjord Line cuts first-quarter loss
    Norwegian ro-pax group pushes up revenue to reduce red ink.
  • Oman Shipping reveals $180m annual profit
    Middle East owner says cash will go on developing its business.
  • HMM: charter-cut deal to be agreed 'soon'
    Restructuring Korean owner says significant progress has been made with five boxship owners, while it has drawn up final proposals for bulker owners.
  • Hanjin Shipping bulker released after arrest
    Hanjin Paradip sails from South Africa as talks continue with owner over unpaid charter fees.
  • Dae Sun adds tanker duo to orderbook
    South Korean shipbuilder sees orderbook increased to 18 ships with domestic order.
  • DP World raises $1.2bn from sukuk bond
    Port operator says funds will go towards refinancing 2017 bond and general corporate purposes.
  • Maersk Drilling snaps up distressed rig asset
    Danish giant picks up rig which comes with five-year charter to sister company Maersk Oil.
  • Mermaid Maritime delays China newbuilding trio
    Thai-backed offshore vessel owner says it now has more time to decide what to do with the assets.

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