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17 September 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 00:07 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 1, 2017
  • Hapag-Lloyd gets shareholders' consent for US$400 capital injection
  • Port of NY/NJ posts record box throughput of 547,013 TEU in April
  • Panama Canal welcomes OOCL France, largest box ship to date
  • Seaspan takes delivery of 14,000-TEU 'Saver' containership
  • IMO committee due to adopt routing system amendments for tankers
  • CN Rail and Teamsters reach tentative agreement to avoid strike
  • Tanjung Pelepas - first Southeast Asia port to welcome giant Madrid Maersk
  • Djibouti's new port to change shipping in the Horn of Africa
  • Nigerian first quarter GDP down 0.5pc, fifth straight quarterly decline
  • Virgin offers 14 tonnes of cargo capacity on new Melbourne-HK link
  • Singapore Changi Airport cargo traffic rise 7pc to 2m tonnes
  • Asian airlines continue to cut costs despite 9pc traffic growth

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Exim Indiaweb site
MAY 31, 2017
  • HMM to see turnaround next year, says CEO
  • MOL, "K" Line & NYK Line's container shipping JV to operate under 'Ocean Network Express' trade name
  • NYK & Dualog enter into strategic partnership for joint innovation
  • SCI reports net profit of INR 135.52 cr. for 2016-17
  • Constitution of Centralised Export Assessment Cell in JNCH
  • KCT conducts trade interaction session
  • FIEO raises GST-related concerns affecting export sector
  • Govt reiterates that GST would be implemented from July 1

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 1, 2017
  • The cat is on the prowl
  • India says "yes" to rail electrification scheme
  • Tapa tables cargo theft statistics for April
  • Agnew to chair Atlas Air board of directors
  • Automated trucks will reduce demand for drivers
  • Marseille introduces eco-friendly measures
  • National Airlines goes global with Navitrans USA
  • Ground breaking for Daimler in Duisport
  • Konecranes lands large order from Indonesia
  • New train connects Hungary and Germany
  • WFS sells ground handling business in Italy
  • Brian E. Clark awarded COO berth at NC Ports
  • Ocean Network Express within sight
  • Switzerland: "smart" wagons go into serial production
  • New warehouse in Malaysia operational
  • Another award for Jacques Saadé
  • Air China launches Astana, returns to Zurich
  • HSH Nordbank abandons Rickmers Group

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IHS Maritimeweb site
MAY 31, 2017
  • Transport 2030, dramatic changes will disrupt all aspects of society
  • Con-ro mode for Puerto Rico trade
  • German towage firms join forces
  • Nor-Shipping 2017: Management team key to unlocking ship finance
  • Japanese liner shipping merger is the ONE
  • Pankaj Khanna leaves Pioneer Marine
  • Nor-Shipping: Viking-Life Saving Equipment focuses on ergonomics to improve product range
  • Coroner rules 'foul play' in Sage Sagittarius deaths
  • Procurement-focused relationships 'undermine' collaboration on berth productivity
  • Nor-Shipping 2017: Peace Boat signs with Arctech for "most innovative" cruise ship
  • Mermaid Maritime's Q1 subsea contract wins total USD26 million
  • South Korean maritime ministerial candidate vows to revive shipping industry
  • HMM expected to finalise negotiations with PSA in June
  • NS United wins another Vale CVC, to order VLOC
  • Nor-Shipping 2017: Taking a shot at shipping

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The Loadstarweb site
MAY 31, 2017
  • Japanese liner shipping trio becomes ONE, ready for launch next spring
  • RHA and FTA demand action as attacks by migrants on truckers increase
  • Shipping alliance reshuffle still causing major delays for barges at Rotterdam
  • Online retail boom for Asian air cargo triggers imbalance in ULD supplies
  • How freight is priced and paid for is changing fast
  • Air freight eyes export boom for North American cherry growers after European frosts
  • Industry veteran Robert Agnew steps up to take over as chairman of Atlas Air
  • RHA appoints new policy team as Jack Semple departs

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Marine Logweb site
MAY 31, 2017
  • Rolls-Royce launches next-gen Energy Management System
  • Evoqua gives SeaCURE BWMS a smaller footprint
  • VIDEO: Wartsila launches new hybrid power module
  • Norwegian ferries will have Schottel SRE EcoPellers
  • WSOV to have MAN gensets and electric propulsion system
  • LIVE FROM NOR-SHIPPING 2017: The future of LNG

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MAY 31, 2017
  • EIB looking into potential One Belt, One Road investments
    Bank's shipping head sees digitalisation as opportunity for efficiency and increased investment
  • Good luck, One Belt One Road
    Industry leaders see positive impact on shipping from Chinese grand project despite challenges
  • Latest MSC cruiseship marks start of $10bn delivery programme
    Aponte group eyes booming leisure market as container trades begin slow recovery
  • We have bigger priorities than digital
    Digitalisation has taken centre stage, but environmental issues are as significant as ever
  • Frontline-Gener8 - merger talks hotting up?
    Gener8 is Frontline's next natural target after DHT failure, say analysts, as tanker consolidation increases
  • Saudi Arabia's new $5.2bn mega-shipyard set to worsen global glut
    Saudi Aramco, Bahri, Lamprell and HHI to build Middle East's largest shipyard by 2019
  • Uniformity in connectivity necessary for digital success
    Inmarsat touts itself as enabler of communication between onboard applications
  • Ordering enthusiasm fades at China yards
    Price recovery in dry bulker newbuildings slows as BDI falls again
  • South Korean coal shipment delays suppress panamax demand
    Earnings for the segment remain at five-month lows
  • Three Japanese lines become ONE
    After much speculation, Japanese container line joint venture named Ocean Network Express
  • Swissco judicial managers have until September for creditor proposals
    Offshore services provider's judicial management orders extended to January 2018
  • New boss for Pioneer Marine as Pankaj Khanna departs
    Chief financial officer of dry bulk operator taking up interim role of chief executive
  • Radical approach to technology needed in digitalisation age
    Industry can no longer simply use technology but must embrace it, experts argue in Oslo
  • Contracts, not law, key for data protection in sharing era
    Data ownership does not exist and agreements provide the most powerful legal framework, lawyer warns

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MAY 31, 2017
  • US truck demand rising but freight haulers changing
  • New alliance business overwhelms Seattle's largest terminal
  • Public Indian ports cut container dwell times further
  • Danaos still suffering from Hanjin collapse
  • Profit surges at auto logistics company Gefco
  • DP World to take control of Santos box terminal
  • Container volume growth poised to outpace capacity gains
  • Lack of terminal-carrier cooperation costs port productivity
  • New Japanese joint venture carrier now ONE step closer

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TradeWindsweb site
MAY 31, 2017
  • Scorpio has backup plan in Navig8 sale-leaseback vessels
    Scorpio Tankers has put in place a backup plan in case it cannot secure consents to transfer some of the 17 Navig8 Product Tankers vessels that are financed through financial leases. Scorpio has secured a $225m senior secured loan 'facility from Dutch lender ABN AMRO that would refinance nine vessels currently owned by Shanghai-based Bank of Communications (BoCom) Financial Leasing Co. The senio
  • Does Trump's Paris pullout threat matter for shipping?
    Some industry experts do not see move by US president having an impact on IMO's emissions regulations.
  • Empros renews fleet with younger tonnage
    Empros Lines has significantly renewed its fleet, buying two dry bulk vessels on the secondhand market that are seven years younger than another pair of ships it sold earlier. Clients of the Greek company have emerged as buyers of the 58,700-dwt Maritime Emerald (built 2009) for $14.5m, sources say. The ship was reported sold by Japan's Orient Line to unidentified Greek buyers in late April. Emp
  • Wilhelmsen focus stays on offshore comeback
    Alliance with Ferd has group pondering 'opportunistic' return to sector
  • Navig8 inks sale-and-leaseback deals for chemical duo
    Oslo-listed chemical tanker owner aims to refinance UniCredit loan with deal.
  • Frontline drops pursuit of DHT as focus switches to Gener8
    John Fredriksen confirms acrimonious takeover battle is over, but expansion ambitions remain.
  • CLdN behind Mipo ro-ro order
    Belgian owner declares options for duo, bringing series to six units.
  • Diana Containerships offloads panamax
    Greek owner sells 2002-built boxship for $6.15m.
  • Surveyor's costs covered in ferry damage row
    ITIC reimburses expert embroiled in towing casualty in North America.
  • Pankaj Khanna leaves Pioneer Marine
    Bulker owner's CEO to be replaced on interim basis by CFO Sam Tsui.
  • Sage Sagittarius deaths were foul play
    Evidence strongly suggests captain involved in one incident on 'death ship', coroner says.
  • Stupidity fuelled perfect dry bulk storm
    Khalid Hashim has harsh words for peers and a frank view of impact of legislation on bulker market balance.
  • Pirates fire RPG on Greek tanker
    But armed guards on vessel owned by Prime Marine Management manage to deter the attack.
  • Saevik: offshore rates will recover
    But Havila chief tells Nor-Shipping that earnings will not return to previous highs.
  • Titan LNG orders its first 'FlexFueler'
    Dutch LNG bunkering newcomer takes a final investment decision on pioneering pontoon solution.
  • Saudi Aramco and HHI seal deal for new yard
    Saudi Arabia-based shipbuilding facility will have the capacity for 40 vessels, including three VLCCs.
  • Sinotrans Shipping banks $4m from disposal
    Hong Kong owner boosts balance sheet by selling finance company to parent group.
  • Odfjell Drilling deepens Statoil ties
    Oslo company signs new deal for Deepsea Bergen for next year.
  • Greece wants to lure UK firms facing Brexit
    Shipping minister says five insurance brokers considering Piraeus as Britain prepares to leave EU.
  • Cocaine found on cargoship in Colombia
    Police recover 50kg of drugs in cylinder attached to Carmen I's hull.
  • GripShip reduces first quarter loss
    Norwegian wellboat company cuts costs and boosts revenue.
  • Havila extends PSV term deal with Maersk
    Restructured Norwegian owner keeps vessel busy for up to a year.
  • Euroseas adds ship from JV partner
    Aristides Pittas-led company expands its fleet through bank deal with private equity-backed Euromar.
  • Ten questions for Mark O'Neil
    Columbia Shipmanagement president, and future chief executive of the merged Columbia Marlow (subject toregulatory approval), talks about discovering the importance of digital developments, the need for a three-figure fleet and the one-word secret to success
  • Mermaid ties up three OSVs on short term gigs
    Thai-backed offshore player continues to find work for its fleet as it awaits sector recovery.
  • Sealink International starts 2017 in the red
    Malaysian shipbuilding and chartering group hurt by lack of revenue from shipyard activities.
  • Platano Eesti OU makes bulker debut
    Estonian reefer operator has ordered up to three mini-capesize bulkers at Shanghai Shipyard.
  • Keppel order haul set to reach SGD 500m in 2017
    Singapore shipbuilder's diversification into other ship types set to pay off, says analyst.
  • Frontline pivoting from DHT to Gener8?
    Chief executive Robert Hvide Macleod says tanker owner remains interested in growing by taking over companies or buying ships.

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American Shipperweb site
MAY 31, 2017
  • Rickmers 'forced' to file for insolvency
    Rickmers Holding AG said in a statement Wednesday that the management board of HSH Nordbank AG has "surprisingly denied" approval of the te...
  • Purolator International launches intra-U.S. expedited forwarding service
    Purolator International is launching an expedited forwarding service for domestic U.S. shipments, the company said Wednesday. The service ...
  • NYK, Dualog form maritime IT partnership
    Japanese shipping line Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK) Line has entered into a joint venture with Norwegian maritime IT company Dualog to "push t...
  • Samskip acquires new reefer containers
    Rotterdam based multi-modal container transport and logistics company Samskip has acquired 150 new 40-foot reefer containers for use in the...
  • Japan's 'Big 3' to operate as Ocean Network Express
    Japan's three major shipping companies - Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. ("K" Line), Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL), and Nippon Yusen Kabushik...
  • Maryland Port Administration buys 70 acres of land
    The Maryland Department of Transportation's Maryland Port Administration (MPA) recently purchased 70 acres of property at the Point Breeze ...
  • Lawmakers seek fairer trade for Mexican sugar imports
    A bipartisan group of 10 U.S. senators is urging Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross to seek "fair competition" for U.S. imports of Mexican suga...
  • Rosen to lead USDOT Regulatory Reform Task Force
    The U.S. Department of Transportation's Deputy Secretary Jeffrey Rosen has been tapped by Secretary Elaine Chao to head the department's Re...
  • Virgin launches Melbourne-Hong Kong route
    Virgin Airlines is launching a new Melbourne-Hong Kong route this summer through its partner, Virgin Australia. The route will commence Ju...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MAY 31, 2017
  • Fuel oil arbitrage uneconomic despite 8-month low VLCC freight
    Typically at this time of year HSFO demand tends to pick up in Singapore due to Asian summer air conditioning requirements.
  • NAFTA talks could lead to uncertainty in energy sector: API chief
    The Trump administration is expected as soon as August to launch negotiations with Canada and Mexico to "modernize" NAFTA
  • Oil futures resume downturn ahead of weekly US inventory data
    One of the main obstacles standing in the way of OPEC's aim to draw stocks lower through supply cuts is rising US production.
  • US DATA: EIA says March residual exports to Panama were flat year over year
    In March, US residual fuel oil exports dropped 19% from 502,000 barrels in February.
  • BIMCO to develop standardized form for syndicated ship financing
    BIMCO's initiative is significant not only because it has ventured into this segment for the first time, but also against the backdrop of global economic conditions, where obtaining finance for ships has become challenging.
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • External: Marine Bunkering(Rotterdam)B.V.
  • ExxonMobil lists cat fines, water washing as main engine issues for ship operators
    "Operators are constantly under pressure to save money, so efficiency continues to be front of mind," ExxonMobil Marine Global Marketing Manager Iain White says.
  • FUTURES: Crude dips as worries over supply cut efficacy weighs
  • HST expands capacity of proposed Mexico City gasoline terminal to 875,000 barrels
    The $70 million HST-1 terminal will be located in Acolman in the state of Mexico
  • FACTBOX: Trump nears decision on Paris climate deal
    Departure from the accord would ultimately undo the signature accomplishment of President Obama's efforts to combat climate change.

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