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21 April 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 11:40 GMT+2




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Sched Netweb site
DECEMBER 5, 2017
  • 4,000-14,000-TEU ships are best for crane productivity: world survey
  • Hamburg tops in reliability among European ports' peak season
  • Ukrainian shipper Varamar plans to accept Bitcoin payments
  • Schedule reliability upturn in October, led by HMM, Hamburg Sud
  • Gdansk saw box volumes rise 15.5pc in first 9 months of 2017
  • Cosco-owned US trucker ordered by court to see drivers as employees
  • Philippines public transit 'strike' protests the ban of the classic jeepney
  • Hapag-Lloyd selects 'bustling Singapore' Port of the Month
  • CMA's MacAndrews, OPDR merge January 1, make Hamburg new HQ
  • Eimskip launches Nova Scotia-Maine feeder service
  • JNPT terminals fail to comply with order to cap import fees
  • AA lacks pilots for 15,000 flights, too many off at Christmas
  • World air cargo growth slows at 6.9pc, but revenues soar 20.5pc
  • Aeroflot profit off 38pc to US$460.1 million but revenue up 6.2pc
  • Atlas Air Worldwide granted injunction against Teamsters slowdown
  • UPS and Canada's Shopify plan to reach out to American SMEs

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Exim Indiaweb site
DECEMBER 4, 2017
  • APL expands feeder network into European, Far-Eastern & Black Sea Russia
  • BIMCO & UN World Food Programme issue new voyage charter party
  • Box shipping showing positive signs
  • CMA CGM completes sale of 90 pc equity interest in Global Gateway South Terminal in Los Angeles
  • CMA CGM, Total ink LNG supply agreement for mega box vessels
  • India re-elected Member of International Maritime Council for two years (2018-19)
  • MOL starts multi-dimensional analysis of causes of incidents/problems on its operated vessels
  • New service quay for barges on the Left bank at Antwerp port
  • SCFI rates show all-round increase
  • Schedule reliability improves in Oct.
  • Allard Castelein reappointed as Port of Rotterdam Authority CEO
  • Chabahar Port's Phase 1 inaugurated
  • COSCO SHIPPING Ports partners PSA Singapore to launch a new berth in COSCO-PSA Terminal
  • JNPT celebrates Constitution Day to honour the Constitution & its promulgation
  • Paradip Port creates all-time record in vessel movement
  • Air cargo traffic shows impressive growth in Sept.
  • Cabinet approves agreement between India & Philippines on cooperation & mutual assistance in Customs matters

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International Transport Journalweb site
DECEMBER 5, 2017
  • Another step on the way to new FTC in Hof
  • Speeding up Switzerland-Italy railfreight traffic
  • Handsome profit for APC
  • International automotive action for UK's Humber region
  • Global air freight still flourishing
  • 50 years of GAC in Abu Dhabi
  • Better rail links between Scandinavia and Central Europe
  • Acito expanding in southern Germany
  • TIS - new member of Cargo Connections
  • OPDR and MacAndrews "marry" in Hamburg
  • Delta Cargo continues expanding on pharma front
  • Double handover of three Traxx locomotives
  • Integrator opening new premises in Bielefeld
  • Hellmann appoints head of corporate legal
  • ETE emphasizes engagement in Cape Verde
  • Canadian North installing MMRO facility in Edmonton

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IHS Maritimeweb site
DECEMBER 4, 2017
  • 2020 Bulkers enters the over-the-counter shares market in Oslo
  • Yangzijiang to build up to 10 Newcastlemaxes for Cargill charter
  • UAE first Arab nation to win IMO Council seat
  • CMA CGM signs 10-year LNG bunker deal with Total
  • Chinese capital goes beyond Belt and Road
  • Shipping must confront onboard systems' cyber vulnerabilities
  • Sungdong in talks with clients, denies bank's 'disapproval'
  • MHI establishes Mitsubishi Shipbuilding and MHI Marine Structure
  • Sinokor buys idled elderly LNG carrier
  • Tanker crew arrested in South Korea after collision leaves 13 dead
  • Pan Ocean parent Harim expresses Cargill ambition with STX bid

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The Loadstarweb site
DECEMBER 4, 2017
  • Investment in JFK air freight infrastructure seeks to revitalise New York gateway
  • DHL GF online air cargo booking platform worth the wait, claims forwarder
  • CMA CGM completes 90% sale of US west coast Global Gateway South terminal
  • Maersk Line set to reflag Hamburg Süd containerships away from Germany
  • US court orders Atlas Air Worldwide pilots to halt go-slow
  • How can delivery drones be used in big cities?

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Marine Logweb site
DECEMBER 4, 2017
  • Damen customer upgrades to a bigger Shoalbuster
  • ABS strengthens digital leadership team
  • MHI reorganizes its shipbuilding business
  • VIDEO: DNV GL Veracity platform helps Jotun optimize deliveries
  • TOTAL to supply CMA CGM with (a lot of) LNG for box ship newbuilds
  • Wärtsilä 20 diesel now packs more power

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Lloyd's Listweb site
DECEMBER 4, 2017
  • Business brisk but charter rates stay unmoved
    Owners struggle to agree fixtures above last done levels despite robust low season demand
  • Three missing after cargo carrier sinks off South Korea
    Seven crew members have been rescued
  • Salvage Union calls for mandatory reporting of LOF side agreements
    'Unfair' for salvors to carry the same level of risk for less reward
  • LNG shipping rates at three-year high amid buoyant longhaul trades
    US exports, strong Asian demand and general tightness of tonnage are boosting rates across the globe
  • Dry bulk secondhand sales drop off amid newbuilding drive
    Despite the fall, it is the largest amount spent on secondhand bulkers since 2011
  • Daily Briefing
    Maersk sets out plans to integrate Hamburg Süd fleet following completion of $4bn takeover
  • At least 13 dead after vessels collide off South Korea
    Two people still missing but seven others rescued
  • Regulation: A turning point in the environment debate
    Shipping needs to step up its efforts to join the fight against climate change
  • Between the Lines: CMA CGM outperforms generally lukewarm third-quarter carrier results
    Operational returns underperform carrier expectations, despite healthy demand growth
  • Top 10 Classification Societies 2017
    Class takes on cyber security and attempts to extract digitalisation benefits
  • CMA CGM signs up Total for LNG bunkering
    French oil major to charter bunkering vessel for European operation
  • Diana Containerships sees 64% rate boost in post-panamax charter to Wan Hai
    Company to receive $1.32m in gross proceeds from the deal
  • Japan's MHI names leadership team for new shipbuilding unit
    Koji Okura will lead the new firm as president and chief executive
  • Big shake up in South Korea's energy mix to weigh on dry bulk shipments
    Impact of coal import cuts in the nation could hit most dry bulk vessel segments
  • Korea's Sungdong Shipbuilding says it is in talks for up to 12 orders
    The company has already signed a total of six letters of intent and was in talks to ink two more
  • China Merchants Port considering Shenzhen unit restructuring
    Feasibility studies being carried out on possible reorganisation of Shenzhen Chiwan Wharf Holdings
  • Oakland port to use former military base for seaport logistics complex
    Work on the project is scheduled to begin over the first quarter of next year
  • US ports association voices concern over latest tax changes
    Tax Cuts and Jobs Act approved in US Senate over the weekend would reduce crucial funding for infrastructure-related investments for...
  • Japan's ClassNK to release guidelines for autonomous vessels
    Guidelines will include details for classification of autonomous vessels based on different technology levels, the process of getting approval and...
  • China's Belt and Road is about investment in people
    China Merchants Port's training programme for foreign colleagues show the initiative is about developing human capital and not just infrastructure
  • Nordic American Tankers agrees sale of suezmax newbuildings to Ocean Yield
    The three suezmax tankers will be on 10-year bareboat charters with NAT
  • Fuel oil hedging: Friend or foe for shipping?
    Hedging forward fuel costs looks like a good bet on paper, but risks abound amid regulatory uncertainties

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
DECEMBER 4, 2017
  • Trucker-led pool adds chassis, plans more expansion
  • Analysis: Brexit to worsen UK logistics talent shortage
  • FMC green lights carrier positions on NYSHEX board
  • Iran inaugurates first phase of Chabahar port
  • Indices for Japan's container trade strengthen
  • Rocketing China-Europe rail volume strains infrastructure
  • Uber shows potential in unlocking small truck fleet capacity
  • Top five carriers serving US increase share

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TradeWindsweb site
DECEMBER 4, 2017
  • ABS adds new hires to digital class strategy
    US classification society poaches from General Electric and Siemens to drive new work in digital realm.
  • Investor stake in Teekay Tankers dips below 5%
    Azvalor Asset Management's ownership lessens as Bermuda-based shipping firm issues more shares after TIL purchase.
  • MPCC director adds shares in stock sale
    Oslo-listed boxship owner approved measure to increase new shares as part of private placement.
  • Star Bulk takes additional cover in rising market
    Kamsamax latest vessel from US-listed owner's fleet to be locked into period contract.
  • Riga Shipyard falls to a loss
    Latvian yard moves into the red this year as revenue drops.
  • Capesize bulker rates add to multi-year highs
    Positive mood in the dry cargo market continues after strong showing last week.
  • Underwriters fight off suezmax general average claim
    Lawyers hail "rare example" of court success after failure of German tanker's main bearing put down to lack of due diligence by owner.
  • Seanergy Maritime tipped for capesize bulker buy
    Brokers say company close to securing a vessel it was first thought to have bought in May.
  • Pyxis Tankers downgraded after stock surge
    Analyst drops tanker owner to hold after 100% plus run up in its stock price.
  • Seanergy Maritime doubles share sale
    Bulker owner looks to bank $14m-plus from secondary offering.
  • Scorpio Bulkers fixes new loan for ultramaxes
    US-listed owner taps European bank to fund three-ship acquisition.
  • Latvian Shipping rebounds into profit
    Vitol-controlled tanker owner improves result despite revenue drop.
  • SwissMarine capesize tipped for JP Morgan
    Bank reported to have paid $43m for 2015-built bulker.
  • Volgotrans banks first Russian leasing subsidy
    Tanker owner awarded $2.35m to help with costs of two newbuildings.
  • Norden plants new flag in Vancouver
    Company veteran Mark LaFrankie will head up the new outpost.
  • Troim's 2020 Bulkers starts trading in Oslo
    Dry cargo newcomer begins life on the city's over the counter market.
  • Stena profit dips as it adds ro-pax
    Tanker loss cut at Swedish group as ro-ro operations prosper.
  • Wisdom Marine boosts earnings
    Taiwanese bulker owner lifted by rising revenue in third quarter.
  • Songa Bulk could turn on dividend tap in 2018
    Norwegian bulker owner free to begin payouts from early next year, analyst says.
  • Michael Steensland to delist Solvang
    Chairman to review shipowning and investment structure after taking VLGC owner private.
  • 13 killed as tanker and fishing boat collide
    Two more missing after incident involving bunker vessel off Korea.
  • Fujian Anda adds another bulker in China
    Chinese owner returns to Fujian Southeast for handysize.
  • Restis plots bulker newbuildings in Ukraine
    Greek group signs cooperation deal with Vadim Novinsky's Smart-Holding to explore fleet expansion.
  • IMO names council after contested election
    Argentina and Bangladesh among those to miss out on places on governing body of UN orginsation.
  • Odin Marine Group recruits tanker veteran
    Shipbroker hires tanker trading and marketing head honcho from neighboring shipowner.

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American Shipperweb site
DECEMBER 4, 2017
  • Brokers seek 'soft compliance' for seafood import monitoring
    U.S. customs brokers are concerned that the industry will need more than the next four weeks to comply with new entry data requirements for...
  • ITC recommends duties on Chinese hardwood plywood imports
    The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) on Friday voted 4-0 to apply antidumping and countervailing duties on imports of Chinese hard...
  • PhilaPort buys two more new super post-Panamax cranes
    PhilaPort, the Pennsylvania seaport formerly known as the Port of Philadelphia , has bought two super post-Panamax container gantry cranes ...
  • Port of Seattle reaches $8m settlement with fired employees
    The Port of Seattle has agreed to pay a total of $8 million to two former employees who said they were retaliated against for opposing leas...
  • DP World takes 100% stake in Santos terminal
    Dubai-based port terminal operator DP World has completed the acquisition of an additional 66.67 percent stake in Empresa Brasileira de Ter...
  • AAPA: Tax bill must maintain existing tax-exempt financing tools
    The tax reform bill passed in November by the U.S. House of Representatives contains several provisions that hamper seaport operations, acc...
  • UPS snatches up Sandler & Travis Trade Advisory Services
    The integrated global logistics provider and parcel delivery company UPS has acquired Sandler & Travis Trade Advisory Services (STTAS),...
  • Postal Regulatory Commission looks to up USPS prices
    Although the U.S. Postal Service has generally achieved short-term financial stability, both medium-term and long-term financial stability h...
  • A.P. Moller-Maersk to hire 200 AI, big data engineers
    A.P. Moller-Maersk said it is planning to hire more than 200 engineers to work on artificial intelligence (AI) and big data analytics at it...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
DECEMBER 4, 2017
  • Nov crude exports via southern Persian Gulf terminals average 3.502 million b/d
    Iraq's federal crude oil exports from its southern Persian Gulf terminals averaged 3.502 million b/d in November, up 159,000 b/d from October, analysis of the latest data from the oil ministry showed.
  • Russia's Tatneft to see first crude output drop in years in 2018 on OPEC/non-OPEC deal
    Russia's Tatneft expects its 2018 crude output to fall by 0.6% on the year due to the country's production limitations under the OPEC/non-OPEC output cut deal, which was extended last week until the end of next year, the company said Monday, signalling the first production drop after years of steady growth.
  • No significant inventory draw expected in Q1 2018, says Saudi's Falih
    No significant oil inventory draws are expected in the next four months, Saudi energy minister Khalid al-Falih said Monday, meaning the global oil markets will not reach balance.
  • More US refinery activity should yield crude draw, product builds
    Increased US refinery utilization following autumn maintenance likely drew crude barrels out of storage and pushed product inventories higher last week, consistent with seasonal norms for this time of year.
  • Crude futures, crack spreads decline as complex weakens
    Oil futures fell Monday, pulling ICE February Brent $1.28 lower to $62.45/b as crude traded sideways, unable to muster a rally from last week's decision by producers to extend an OPEC-led supply cut deal.
  • External: Praxis Energy Agents S.A
  • Wartsila develops new technology to raise tanker revenues, cut pollution
    The VER system eliminates the problem of volatile organic compound emissions from tankers during laden voyages.
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • Petronas Pengerang oil refinery complex on track for startup in early 2019
    The Pengerang Integrated Complex includes the includes the RAPID complex.
  • Vietsovpetro's crude output to fall 16% to 4 mil mt in 2018
    The lower output is attributed to the difficulties in production activities that the company is dealing with, Vietsovpetro said.
  • FUTURES: Crude falls on profit-taking, higher US rig count




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