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03 April 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 08:37 GMT+2




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Sched Netweb site
MAY 2, 2017
  • Asia-Europe rate jumps 16pc to US$1,021/TEU, up 21pc to USWC
  • OOCL first quarter liftings revenue rises 6.4pc to US$1.85 billion
  • Seaspan Q1 profits soar 465pc as sales fall 6.6pc to US$201.3 million
  • 'K' Line posts US$124 million annual net loss as revenue falls 16.9pc
  • Singapore pumps money into ports to ward off Chinese competition
  • Experts foresee weak rates on major trades as overcapacity clings on
  • CMA CGM ups Asia-west coast Latin America rate again - US$750/TEU
  • Union Pacific quarterly profit up 21pc to US$1.32 billion, revenue rises 6pc
  • Mega ships to benefit major US west coast ports: Beacon Economics
  • Canada makes move to trade more softwood lumber with China
  • Alitalia to start bankruptcy process as workers reject bailout terms
  • AAPA airlines' air cargo traffic surges 12.7pc in March
  • After 4 years and 100,000 tons plus, Fraport Speed Gate struts its stuff

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Exim Indiaweb site
MAY 1, 2017
  • Baltic Dry Index down
  • FFFAI submits suggestions to reduce pressure on trade
  • GAC Dubai bags FMCG Supply Chain Management Award
  • Hapag-Lloyd voted top shipping brand in Germany
  • HAROPA showcases expertise at leading global exhibition for seafood professionals
  • Maersk Line, Hamburg Süd sale & purchase agreement approved by respective boards
  • MOL formulates new management plan
  • MSC updates Panda & Wallaby services
  • New alliances seemingly bring down idle boxship capacity
  • Dakshin Bharat Gateway Terminal augmenting infrastructure
  • DP World's global container volume up in Q1 2017
  • GMB to tie-up with Rotterdam Port for strategic planning, skill development
  • Oil spill response exercise conducted at Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust
  • Stakeholder workshop held regarding Kandla Smart Industrial Port City site in Adipur
  • Stakeholders comprehensively deliberate on DPD at IMC Round Table
  • Dachser to showcase its all-round expertise at transport logistic in Munich

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International Transport Journalweb site
MAY 2, 2017
  • Teething problems
  • Strengthening transport infrastructure in Nebraska
  • Rising tide of vehicles at Jaxport
  • 60 years of truck making in Brazil
  • TX Logistik: Berit Börke joins management board
  • Growth influenced by e-commerce
  • MOL lays out "rolling plan 201X"
  • Open day for schoolchildren
  • K Line names new senior executive officer
  • Central hub for general cargo
  • Another step towards Maersk Süd
  • China Railways orders 7,500 new freight cars
  • Carousel adding capacity on three-leg rotation
  • Iran Air starting three services to Europe this week

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IHS Maritimeweb site
APRIL 28, 2017
  • Global syndicated marine loan volume falls off a cliff
  • Fire safety deficiencies still dominate, says Tokyo MOU
  • Seadrill deals with Archer and NADL ease financial pressure
  • Oetker to net EUR3.7 billion for Hamburg Süd
  • Singapore launches first LNG bunkering standard
  • Shipbuilder Samsung HI's profit up 269%
  • Japan lines expect a profitable year as shipping market improves
  • Alliance shifts: winners and losers among ports in Asia
  • Tsuneishi targets 50 ship orders in fiscal 2018
  • Navios to become significant shareholder of FSL Trust
  • Singapore looks towards technology to enhance maritime sector
  • STX O&S wins first orders in 17 months
  • Yangzijiang Q1 profit up 49% to USD97 million
  • Consolidation to continue in container sector, says McKinsey

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The Loadstarweb site
APRIL 28, 2017
  • Container spot rates up out of Asia, but backhaul rates falling at last
  • Amazon logistics starts to fly, with first-quarter revenue up 34%
  • Hamburg Süd buy will cost Maersk $4bn, but could save $500m a year
  • Liverpool aims to capitalise on new deepwater port and lure business from the south
  • 'Think outside the box, and outside the industry, for customer-focused staff'
  • Gavin Murray joins The Loadstar to help develop business
  • 'Global companies skirting US labour rules have to be stopped' - cargo pilot
  • OOCL sees volumes and revenue up in first quarter
  • More top appointments at Cargologicair: CFO and technical director

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Marine Logweb site
APRIL 28, 2017
  • Pioneering Spirit sets world lifting record
  • VIDEO: Trump signs America-first offshore energy order
  • Historic Turku ferry converted to all-electric operation
  • Bourbon to moor France's first floating offshore wind turbine
  • Navios swoops again
  • Giant OCV Island Venture to play key role for new alliance
  • Maersk Line to pay $4 billion to acquire Hamburg Sud

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Lloyd's Listweb site
APRIL 28, 2017
  • Fredriksen gets his day in court for DHT case
    Update: Marshall Islands court denies TRO request but agrees to have a hearing on preliminary injunction
  • Diana inks charters with major trading houses
    Charters lower than last reported, in line with softening spot market
  • Wilhelmsen to drop $400m on US acquisition
    Shipping company buys Drew Marine technical solutions to generate additional $150m income
  • DryShips continues its bulker buying spree
    Purchase is in addition to three kamsarmax acquisitions announced last week
  • Recovering boxship charter rates help balance Capital Product Partners
    Greek owner also bullish on product tanker markets despite spot weakness
  • Canada gains global maritime ranking
    Spurred on, Vancouver looks to expand its shipping hub status
  • Carriers finally enjoy GRI success
    Spot rates surge on the Asia-Europe and transpacific trades
  • Shipping needs to get smarter, not bigger
    Industry should avoid reactive business decisions, says ClearMetal chief
  • Digitalisation should provide added value to customers
    Digitalisation will not only change the peripherals of shipping but the fundamental way we think of value equation, says Lasse Kristoffersen
  • OOCL posts 20% surge in first-quarter transpacific volumes
    Hong Kong line reports 6.4% turover rise but small decline in revenue per teu
  • Yard Talk | History of DSME repeats itself
    Another bailout from Seoul-backed entities prompts complaints from Japan and EU
  • Maersk teams up with Microsoft as digital drive gathers pace
    Tech giant to roll out cloud-based software Azure across Maersk's transport and logistics division
  • MOL posts best result of the Japanese trio
    Update: MOL and K Line to invest in LNG shipping and environmental projects
  • NYK's rising son heralds new era
    Japanese shipping giant stands on the cusp of reshaping liner industry, while trying not to drop the ball in other segments
  • Maersk confirms $4bn price tag for Hamburg Süd
    Danish group reaffirms pledge to keep Hamburg Süd brands and separate operation in Hamburg
  • Costamare points to market recovery
    Company achieves full employment and acquires three secondhand vessels with long-term charters

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
APRIL 28, 2017
  • Brazilian ports hurt by general strike but less than feared
  • ILWU moves forward on contract extension
  • KCS sees Lazaro Cardenas as outlet for US resins
  • Trans-Pac spot rates spike without GRI
  • Congressional hearings to probe alliances' pricing power
  • Houston rides Asian services to double-digit growth
  • CSX intermodal under Harrison gives NS, truckers opening
  • New alliance impacts on Southeast Asia ports emerge
  • Maersk reveals $4B price tag for Hamburg Sud
  • Costamare profit dips, but all ships employed
  • Yusen Logistics swings into the red on weak revenue
  • OOCL reports robust revenue, volume on east-west trades
  • Asia-Europe rates rise sharply ahead of May 1 GRIs
  • Japan's Big Three expect profitable turnaround

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TradeWindsweb site
APRIL 28, 2017
  • Diana Shipping ties up trio on term charters
  • Ernst Russ' reports strong results for 2016
  • NWS sees fivefold drop in profit
  • Capital Products' profit hits first quarter mark
  • 'New era' DryShips confirms latest buy
  • RCCL ups profit and launches share buyback
  • Euronav VLCC refloating plan approved
  • Precious Shipping almost erases loss
  • Tallinna Sadam launching IPO
  • Songa Bulk sitting pretty on 10-strong fleet
  • CSDC makes it back into black
  • Maersk Broker in new dry cargo venture
  • 'Stinking' livestock carrier barred
  • Scorpio Tankers expects 'substantial' rate upturn
  • Collapsed RMT makes $2.6m payment to banks
  • Samudera logs small loss in first quarter
  • Tanker giant CSET starts with $82m profit
  • OOCL kicks-off 2017 on a positive note
  • Tanker capsizes at Nauta Shipyard
  • Norway Night pulls in big crowd on evening to remember in Singapore
  • Samsung Heavy hikes profit in first quarter
  • Bourbon in first French wind turbine deal
  • NYK posts loss of $2.39bn
  • Mitsui OSK Lines shows 2027 vision
  • K Line annual loss hits $1.25bn
  • Maersk names its $4bn price for Hamburg Sud
  • STX clinches product tanker order
  • Sembcorp Marine shares slide on weak quarter
  • Navios in deal to take control at FSL Trust
  • Yangzijiang offloads terminated newbuilds
  • Bunker sales continue to weigh on World Fuel
  • New Priok joins port industry's premier league

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American Shipperweb site
APRIL 28, 2017
  • Kirby Corp. posts declining net earnings for Q1
    Tank barge operator Kirby Corp. reported net earnings of $27.5 million, or $0.51 per share, on revenues of $491.7 million during the first ...
  • Container segments for Japan's 'big three' carriers sink deeper into the red
    Japan's three major shipping companies - Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK Line), Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL), and Kawasaki Kisen Kais...
  • Maersk will pay $4b for Hamburg Süd
    The world's largest ocean carrier, Maersk Line, said Friday itwill pay 3.7 billion euros (U.S. $4 billion) for Hamburg Süd. Maersk first a...
  • DP World's box volumes rise in Q1
    Dubai-based container terminal operator DP World Ltd.handled 16.4 million TEUs across its global portfolio during the first quarter of 2017...
  • Japan Post projects annual loss due to Toll writedown
    Japan Post Holdings Co. expects to post a net loss of 40 billion yen (U.S. $362.4 million) for its fiscal year ended March 31, 2016, after ...
  • Echo posts Q1 loss despite record revenues
    Echo Global Logistics posted a net loss of $2.9 million in the first quarter of 2017, compared a $0.3 million profit in first quarter 2016,...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
APRIL 28, 2017
  • Valero Energy Partners looks for assets to help parent Valero
    Current projects underway for parent Valero Energy to increase exports of gasoline, diesel and renewable fuels will come online in the fourth quarter.
  • Crude futures edge higher from one-month lows, RBOB weaken as crack spread slumps
    June NYMEX light sweet crude settled 36 cents higher at $49.33/b, while June ICE Brent rose 29 cents to settle at $51.73/b.
  • US crude exports, lightering set to boost tanker earnings, says Teekay CEO
    Teekay is a leading shipping company with active presence in the tanker, offshore and gas carrier segments.
  • FEATURE: Shipping industry divided on extension to IMO BWM Convention
    "We will get into that meeting in July...There may be some form of compromise between 2017 and 2019," INTERTANKO's Wilkins said.
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • Singapore's Sinanju Tankers to build LNG-MGO engine bunker tanker
    Sinanju Tankers was among the first in Singapore to retrofit its bunker tankers with mass flow meters.




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