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20 April 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 02:27 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
MARCH 3, 2017
  • CMA CGM ups rate US$500/TEU Asia-W Africa, $1,500 to Panama
  • Panalpina profit slides 40.7pc to US$51.7 million as revenue sinks 11pc
  • Specifics of mega alliances take shape - with one month to go before launch
  • ANL adds Kimbe port call to its Papua New Guinea service coverage
  • Windows widen with MacGregor's new ship-to-ship transfer crane system
  • Docker absenteeism diverts cargo from Gothenburg to Varberg
  • Trump de-sanctifies roadside ditches, no longer EPA wetlands
  • Truckers block Pretoria streets as renewables clash with coal producers
  • Officials ask where will US infrastructure funding come from
  • IATA welcomes implementation of WTO's Trade Facilitation Agreement
  • Atlanta airport starts on million square feet of new warehousing
  • Airbus forecasts African airlines will purchase 990 aircraft over next 20 years

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Exim Indiaweb site
MARCH 2, 2017
  • EU shipping policy is solid, but needs stronger global orientation to sustain further growth, says report
  • Hapag-Lloyd reports operating profit in 2016
  • Up to $ 400 bn of shipping debt represents unassessed climate risk exposure at major investment banks, says report
  • JNPT participates in DPD workshop conducted by BRIEF in Delhi
  • Nepal trade has a second option in Vizag
  • Minister inaugurates key freight sector initiatives of Indian Railways
  • Truck freight sees lean phase in Feb.
  • You ask.. We answer...

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International Transport Journalweb site
MARCH 3, 2017
  • More truck trips on Germany's roads
  • BGL battling truck makers' cartel
  • Cosco Offshore orders giant crane from Liebherr
  • Rapid change of presidents at Sukhoi
  • Picasso to Santiago by Latam Cargo
  • Sister firms merge
  • Collaring contracts in Poland and Hungary
  • Additional rail links and more empty containers
  • Seville's box terminal operator presents first results
  • Air Canada sets its sights on Italy
  • New address, new boss
  • Currency fluctuations affect Bolloré's turnover
  • Line to New Zealand's west coast reopening soon
  • Delta launches real-time critical shipment tracking
  • Lower Saxony ports see goods flows change in 2016
  • Panalpina: airfreight up, seafreight down in 2016

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IHS Maritimeweb site
MARCH 2, 2017
  • An Algoma self-discharging bulker. Nova Marine, Algoma plan global shortsea JV
  • D'Amico runs up USD12.8 million net loss in 2016
  • Bauxite shipments set for shake-up
  • Hyundai HI restructure could benefit HMD
  • Bangladeshi ship recycling steps up safer and greener efforts
  • DSME wins two LNG carriers

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The Loadstarweb site
MARCH 2, 2017
  • Ocean carriers warn of cargo diversions as port strikes loom
  • Shipping can and must prevent another bankruptcy, says FMC chief Doyle
  • Tough markets and slimmer yields push Panalpina profits down 40%
  • Analysis: CH Robinson mini-restructure a sign of something brewing?
  • Hanjin and depressed charter market sink Seaspan results
  • Talent wars: supply chain the new pathway to becoming CEO
  • And the figures are in: WorldACD eyes Asia Pacific and dangerous goods

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Marine Logweb site
MARCH 2, 2017
  • VIDEO: Trump calls for "12 carrier Navy we need"
  • Citywide Ferries hit the water
  • WSF sells oldest ferry
  • Langh Tech develops EGR water treatment system
  • Fredriksen companies give DSME "trillion won" order
  • MHI-MME delivers 50th slow-steaming retrofit propeller
  • Vard nets order for ultra modern pelagic trawler

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MARCH 2, 2017
  • Zim posts $164m loss for 2016
    Weak rate environment drags down bottom line
  • Capes recover in Atlantic and Pacific but upside seems limited
    Volatile markets see average earnings slip on week
  • Get ready for third-quarter product tanker pick-up, says Fiori
    Last year was tough but D'Amico wasn't the only victim, says Italian product tankers chief
  • Shipping lobby, mobilise!
    Frustrated with the European Parliament sticking its nose into shipping regulation? Speak to your local representative
  • D'Amico tumbles into the red amid tepid tankers
    But market has strong underlying fundamentals, argues ebullient boss Fiori
  • Carriers' sales digitalisation moves 'not a threat' says top forwarder
    Kuehne+Nagel chief welcomes increasing efforts by lines to develop online platforms that help streamline its interfaces with customers and suppliers
  • Cosco yard wins three 1,750 teu newbuilds
    Ships are said to be an option exercised by Lomar Shipping
  • LR product tanker rally loses steam as charter demand slows
    Refinery maintenance plagues short-term outlook but longhaul shipments may increase later on
  • Inttra appoints Vijay Minocha as Asia Pacific president
    Former head Jim Whalen will return to the US
  • Navigator Holdings fourth-quarter net income falls
    Fleet utilisation came to 89.5% for the quarter amid increased idle days
  • Crowley secures three gantry cranes for Puerto Rico
    Liebherr-built cranes to be delivered to the Isla Grande Terminal in San Juan later this month
  • DHT secures financing for VLCC pair
    Both vessels being built by Hyundai Heavy Industries
  • JES International acquires new business
    Company still in the process of selling off its loss-making shipbuilding assets
  • Eleven shipping lines reduce terminal handling fees in China
    Maersk Line and Cosco Shipping Lines each cut charges by 17%
  • DSME clinches deal for LNG carrier pair
    Vessel deliveries are scheduled to take place by end-August 2019
  • CMA CGM confirms talks to sell stake in APL's LA terminal
    Rodolphe Saadé is considering a number of options for the facilities acquired through the takeover of APL
  • New York Shipping Exchange to launch Pacific contract service in June
    Forward contract system aims to address inefficiencies in ocean freight contracting
  • Panamax bulker earnings move up to 10-week high
    Optimistic outlook for second quarter amid strong Atlantic and Pacific trades
  • Data Hub: Trade Statistics
    Global containerised trade estimated to have grown 2% last year
  • Paying the piper
    Life might be hard for EU 'clients' after Brexit

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MARCH 2, 2017
  • Tech firm, 3PL partner to unlock 'hidden' truck capacity
  • UPS upgrading container-tracking tech
  • Report: Logistics issues may cost chemical firms $79B
  • Cargo-booking exchange aims to give BCOs certainty
  • Zim back in black on strengthening market
  • Low-sulfur fuel rule could cost carriers $60B
  • Surging truck traffic doubles Eurotunnel earnings
  • Tighter ocean, air margins squeeze Panalpina profit

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TradeWindsweb site
MARCH 2, 2017
  • Zim ends year with small profit as costs fall
    But liner operator reports full-year loss as voyage income drops.
  • Blockchain reaction: will hard cash remain dominant in shipping?
    Will blockchain technology and Bitcoin transform international payments for shipping, or will it prove another false turn in the long-running attempts to streamline global trade? Julian Bray examines the evidence so far
  • The day the music died: Hamish Norton hands over keys to Manhattan townhouse
    Generations of promising classical musicians have been able to showcase their skills in front of a select audience at the New York home of Hamish Norton. Now, as Joe Brady writes, the curtain has come down
  • Ezra seeking advice on Emas Chiyoda filing
    US bankruptcy judge also approves DIP financing package to keep work going.
  • Algoma and Nova drive dry consolidation
    Canadian and Swiss owners are mulling the creation of a joint venture with 70 vessels.
  • d'Amico looks to leasebacks amid positive market read
    Milan-listed owner rings up a loss in 2016 but chief executive believes better times are around the corner.
  • Diana signs boxship charter with OOCL
    Rate indicates continuing weakness for smaller containerships.
  • TNG falters in fourth quarter
    Croatian MR tanker player's earnings dip, but annual result is stronger.
  • Bondholders approve Farstad refinancing
    Another hurdle cleared as owner heads for offshore mega-merger.
  • Grindrod trimming tanker, bulker fleet
    South African owner redelivering or selling older ships as loss grows.
  • Seaspan upgraded on back of dividend cut
    Higher rating from JP Morgan comes after active quarter that saw fleet renewal, newbuilding delays and more.
  • Cosco Corp lands boxship treble
    Chinese shipbuilder wins deal for 1,750-teu vessels from European owner.
  • Mitsui Engineering sets for further bond issues
    Japanese shipbuilder places paper on the shelf to clear the way for fundraisers.
  • Old oil caused heavy-lift grounding
    Norwegian authorities say dirty lubes led to Tide Carrier's engine failure.
  • YZJ to cut another 10% of workforce
    Chinese yard taking more action to combat slump as profit drops.
  • Marenave wins more time for Offen deal
    German owner has until end of March to secure new investment.

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American Shipperweb site
MARCH 2, 2017
  • APL enters new chapter
    There was a conscious decision by the parent of container line APL, the CMA CGM Group, to go against the grain when it came to managing its...
  • ZIM records profit of $4.6m for Q4 2016
    Israeli ocean carrier ZIM generated a net profit of $4.6 million for the fourth quarter of 2016 compared to a net loss of $28 million for t...
  • 11 shipping companies cut terminal handling costs in China
    The National Development and Reform Commission (NRDC) said 11 shipping companies will cut terminal handling costs in China, the Shanghai Da...
  • Demand surges for Iranian crude oil
    Foreign demand for Iranian crude oil has increased significantly since sanctions against the nation were lifted last year. According to U....
  • Delta Cargo launches DASH Critical & Medical
    Delta Cargo said it has launched the first fully GPS-enabled, same-day product offered by a U.S. freight carrier, dubbed DASH Critical &...
  • AAR: U.S. rail traffic rises 4.2 percent in February
    United States-based freight railroads saw shipment volumes increase for the fourth consecutive month in February 2017 after several months ...
  • Report: IMO sulphur cap could cost carriers billions
    International Maritime Organization (IMO) regulations set to go into force in 2020 could cause shipping industry fuel costs to jump by as m...
  • Panalpina profits plummet in 'challenging' 2016
    Swiss-based international freight forwarding and third-party logistics provider Panalpina saw its consolidated profits plummet 40.7 percent...
  • TIACA committee calls for change in supply chain
    The International Air Cargo Association's (TIACA) Shippers' Advisory Committee (SAC) said in a new position paper that change is needed, an...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MARCH 2, 2017
  • REFINERY NEWS: CDU at UK's Grangemouth undergoing works: sources
  • Bunker trader Aegean reports 1.9% slip in Q4 sales volume
    Global bunker supplier Aegean Marine Petroleum saw a 1.9% slip in bunker sales volumes in the fourth quarter from a year earlier
  • ANALYSIS: Price, port dynamics could unlock mystery of Rotterdam's missing bunker demand
    "It has to do with price, and the poor performance of the shipping segments."
  • TRADER NOTE: Glander International Bunkering hires sales manager
    Marine fuels trader Glander International Bunkering has hired Andreas Chrysikos to join its Geneva office as a sales manager
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • Singapore Mar ex-wharf 380 CST bunker term at $1.75-2/mt premium, down from $3-3.5
    The ex-wharf 380 CST bunker differential has tracked the drop in cash differential for 380 CST fuel oil cargo in February.
  • Open interest for ICE front-month Singapore HSFO contracts hits 19-month high in Feb
    Build-up in open interest volumes indicates that March is going to be a busy month for trading activity, with a lot of the volume traded on March/April 380 CST timespreads.
  • Singapore Mar ex-wharf 500 CST bunker fuel term inked at $2/mt discount
    Few suppliers were able to offer the ready grade higher viscosity bunker fuel on a term and spot basis due to tight availability.

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