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20 April 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 03:11 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
FEBRUARY 6, 2017
  • Asia-Europe rate falls 1.7pc to US$1,023/TEU, up 1.2pc to Med ports
  • Seattle port CEO quits as audit suggests 'unlawful gifting of public funds'
  • Sinkhole opens up at Liverpool2 -Britain's newest container terminal
  • Cancelled post-Chinese New Year capacity up 50pc in transpacific trades
  • Charleston port extends gate hours after ILA automation slowdown
  • Greencarrier Freight Services opens Polarbase to serve Norway
  • Singapore to host Maritime HR & Crew Management Summit on March 8-9
  • Arctic shipping progress focus of Montreal conference March 8-9
  • Cargo Dubai's Al Maktoum airport drops 0.8pc in 2016 to 898,000 tonnes
  • Air cargo industry's adoption of electronic air waybill misses target
  • China has huge potential for pharma market growth if facilities improve

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Exim Indiaweb site
FEBRUARY 5, 2017
  • 'Maersk welcomes the Budget's proposed increase in expenditure on infrastructure'
  • Baltic Dry Index down 18 points
  • Chinubhai Kalidass & Bros. reaches the 100-year milestone of logistics services that deliver customer delight
  • Hanjin Shipping to be officially declared bankrupt
  • IRClass supports industry in complying with ballast water convention requirements
  • Mundra Port Shipping Agents Association appoints new office-bearers for 2017-18
  • New digital application for surveyors launched
  • Progression & prioritisation of maritime liens & ship mortgages
  • Tom Boardley appointed Chairman of Mission to Seafarers
  • Transworld Shipping recognised as Top Steamer Agent at Cochin
  • Indian rice exports to Iran may get a boost
  • All India Service Officers delegation visits JN Port
  • JNPT becomes first Major Port to have radiological detection system at all gates
  • Port of Antwerp lands new banana contract
  • BIFA urges forwarding community in UK to get behind apprenticeship initiative
  • GVK MIAL Cargo awarded 'Certificate of Merit'
  • Multimodal transport hubs & new modes of mass rapid electric transport to soon become reality
  • Customs Notification
  • You ask.. We answer...

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International Transport Journalweb site
FEBRUARY 6, 2017
  • A massive long-term increase
  • Patrimonium goes on major shopping spree
  • Murray - the man for the Middle East
  • Chep Aerospace Solutions renamed Unilode
  • Spotting opportunities in e-commerce
  • Acquisition strengthens automotive ops in Europe
  • Second step in Korea
  • Robert Widmer now airfreight manager Dachser CH
  • Office inauguration at Dusseldorf airport
  • Two new directors at UIC HQ
  • India and Italy collaborate in rail safety sector
  • Port of Antwerp goes bananas
  • Baca flying ever higher
  • Local company joins Dettmer Group
  • Fercam: from father to son
  • US railroad investing in Louisiana
  • New start for India's inland waterway network?
  • Mumbai international joins Pharma.Aero initiative
  • Fiata comments on India's new service tax amendment rules

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IHS Maritimeweb site
FEBRUARY 3, 2017
  • Russia invests in Arctic icebreakers
  • Wah Kwong joins Navig8's Aframax pool
  • Marine insurer sees 95% renewal rate as political risks spook shipowners
  • Algeria plans new deepsea port at El Hamdania
  • Fincantieri's VARD stake falls as investors withdraw acceptance
  • Loss for Kawasaki HI's shipbuilding division

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The Loadstarweb site
FEBRUARY 3, 2017
  • Capacity cuts reward container lines as rates hold steady on east-west trades
  • Amazon eyes savings as shipping costs soar
  • Analysis: Maersk-Alibaba tie-up 'a sign of the changing times'
  • Dynamic new IAG Cargo chief brings a breath of fresh air and warmth
  • UK government details Heathrow third runway conditions
  • Logistics companies fear the return of hard borders
  • New reefer traffic pumps up box volumes at port of Koper

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Marine Logweb site
FEBRUARY 3, 2017
  • Clean Gulf Associates adds advanced response vessel
  • Damen now operating Curacao shipyard
  • MHI ponders shipbuilding spin-off
  • Metalships & Docks to build new factory freezer trawler
  • Fuel treament specialist commits to marine market
  • DOF Subsea wins three year IMR agreement

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Lloyd's Listweb site
FEBRUARY 3, 2017
  • Spanish ports braced for union response
    Government's move to speed up labour reform process could spur industrial action over the coming days
  • Fredriksen boxship caught in Hanjin fallout
    Detention shows the 'ugly underbelly' of the collapse of Hanjin Shipping, says Frontline lawyer
  • Wärtsilä to focus on services while waiting for green regs boon
    Expected slow growth in global orderbook forces Finnish company to rethink strategic focus
  • London Greeks eye Brexit boost for UK
    But government must act fast or see shipping cluster wither, says Greek Shipping Co-operation Committee
  • Fight club
    The shifting sands of US domestic and international policy are increasing uncertainty for maritime businesses and putting seafarers at risk
  • East-west spot rates prolong period of stability
    Market could soon come under downward pressure if capacity cuts do not address the demand shortfall post-Chinese New Year
  • MPC confirms substantial cuts to shipping exposure
    Disposals and valuation falls seen last year, says investment manager
  • Data Hub: World Fleet Update
    Scrapping needs to maintain its pace to absorb large amount of capacity due in the next two years
  • Diana fixes second panamax charter in a week
    Athens-based company expects to generate $1.92m in gross revenue from minimum employment period
  • Smaller trade pacts no substitute for TPP, says Moody's
    Asian countries to lose out from new bilateral deals
  • More impairments ahead for Keppel, analysts warn
    Group's offshore and marine business posts $98m loss for the fourth quarter
  • Ezra faces $170m write down
    Offshore services provider is working with advisers on restructuring
  • Indian ports get $103m renewable energy boost
    Project Green Ports to increase use of solar and wind energy at 12 major ports
  • No new orders for MHI in third quarter
    Japanese giant restructures and separates shipping business from aviation division

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
FEBRUARY 3, 2017
  • US truck firms bump against hiring ceiling
  • E-commerce restarts mega-warehouse building boom
  • BNSF Kansas City logistics park adds big tenant
  • Florida sea-air perishable transshipment begins
  • Capacity discipline steadies trans-Pac spot rates
  • Productivity gains fail to lift JNPT throughput
  • Algeria approves deep-sea port
  • Global fuel regs to raise ocean shipping rates
  • Blockades, strikes hit Gothenburg throughput
  • Russia fines carriers for alleged cartel
  • Yusen Logistics slips to red despite growth
  • Asia-Europe capacity cuts hold spot rates above $1,000

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TradeWindsweb site
FEBRUARY 3, 2017
  • US: Unit of Su's TMT violated Iran sanctions
    Washington no longer bans non-US companies from doing business with NITC, but filing Houston bankruptcy made B Whale Corp a 'US person'.
  • VLCC futures rise as spot rates seek bottom
    Baltic forward freight assessments for February rise 4.6% this week even as average day rates lose ground but some brokers doubt near-term rebound.
  • Evergreen tipped for swing back to black
    Capital Investment says Taiwanese line should benefit from rebound in rates.
  • Carval clears out oldest capesize bulker
    Cape stable cut to a dozen ships with sale of 2002-built vessel, brokers say.
  • WEM Lines sheds last pair of bulkers
    Greek owner exits drybulk market with no plans for imminent return to the sector.
  • Island brings AHTS out of layup
    Shortage of spot ships provides ideal moment to reactivate 2007-built unit after three months.
  • Credit Suisse: Drilling stocks to 'rise from the ashes' of down-cycle
    Bank believes shares in Seadrill and peers will relive the bounce experienced after 1980s depression.
  • DSME goes again with Welliv spin-off
    Restructuring Korean shipbuilder relaunches sale of catering unit.
  • Great Eastern sees quarterly profit fall
    Indian owner says third quarter bottom line retreated by over 30%.
  • DFDS denies 'poverty pay' on ro-ro
    Danish owner says union claims on wages are 'simply not true'.
  • PSVs recover from mid-week dip
    A shortage of ships in Norway and the UK has boosted North Sea rates.
  • Nisshin Shipping sells panamax bulker
    Greek owner identified as likely buyer but rumours linking it with Chartworld are cooling.
  • KfW: IMO rules could send 13% of fleet to breakers
    German bank believes fuel and ballast water regulations could reduce excess capacity.
  • Pareto downgrade for Dorian LPG
    Norwegian finance house places sell rating on New York-listed VLGC specialist.
  • Namura Shipbuilding heads for full-year loss
    Namura Shipbuilding is heading for a full-year loss after seeing its bottom line fall into the red during the first nine months of the year. The Japanese firm is projecting a loss of JPY 11bn ($97.23m) in the year to the end of March, in line with its previous guidance and some way from the JPY 7.3bn profit in the previous year. It comes following a loss of JPY 3.45bn in the nine months to the end
  • Grindrod thinking big on terminals
    South African owner plans to handle 3.6m tonnes in 2017.
  • Corporate impairments rise at Danske Bank
    Danish lender hurt by oil sector weakness, but profit increases.
  • Newlead Victoria placed on sales block
    Greek owner's arrested bulker opened up for bidding until 28 February.
  • Unions welcome UK ferry tender U-turn
    Nautilus and RMT say government review could bring Scottish services "in-house".
  • Quotes of the week: shipping wit
    Fredriksen opens up on DHT bid, while Hannibal Gadaffi is the elephant in the room.
  • Pakistan bans tanker, LPGC scrapping at Gadani
    Government responds to two fatal incidents at breaking yard in last three months.
  • Wah Kwong set to join Navig8's V8 pool
    Hong Kong shipowner is said to be entering four aframax newbuildings into tanker pool.
  • Ezra faces potential $170m impairment
    Singapore-listed firm may be pressed into action following writedowns in EMAS Chiyoda Subsea by joint venture partners.
  • China sees record imports of logs in 2016
    Surge in volumes comes despite pessimistic forecasts for wood demand earlier in the year.
  • Fincantieri under pressure to lift Vard offer
    Shareholders who had previously backed the deal, now look to have had a change of heart.

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American Shipperweb site
FEBRUARY 3, 2017
  • Port Everglades handles record container volumes in December
    Port Everglades handled 104,590 TEUs in December 2016, a 15 percent increase from the previous year and the highest monthly total in the po...
  • Hub Group's 2016 earnings rise on stable revenues
    Hub Group, Inc. saw net income grow 5.4 percent to $74.8 million for the full year in 2016, according to the company's most recent financia...
  • AAR: U.S. rail traffic ticks up 0.5 percent in January
    United States-based freight railroads saw shipment volumes increase for the third consecutive month in January 2017 after several months of...
  • DFW to install cold chain facility
    Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) will install a cold chain facility, giving it the ability to control warehousing temperatures...
  • FMC study finds reduction in container alliances could cut rates
    Federal Maritime Commissioner Rebecca Dye said research by the agency's Office of Economics and Competition Analysis about the "impending r...
  • COSCO SHIPPING Holdings warns of net loss
    Source: VladSV/Shutterstock COSCO SHIPPING Holdings expects to have a net loss attributable to equity holders of $1.4 billion for 2016. COS...
  • BWR: Blanked sailings surge on China-North America trade
    Ocean carriers are voiding several sailings on the China to North Europe and China to North America trades, resulting from the Chinese New ...
  • Commentary: The unnoticed feeder ships
    Feeder barge serving in the Caribbean Nowadays, when a shipper books cargo, one usually visualizes that container being carried aboard a la...
  • Stifel: Truckload fundamentals not matching sentiment
    Bullish attitudes among truckload carriers early in 2017 are not necessarily matched by behavior or fundamentals, the transportation and lo...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
FEBRUARY 3, 2017
  • European LSFO cargo cracks fall back tracking HSFO market
    LSFO cargo cracks were assessed at minus $5.87/b to Dated Brent on Thursday, having fallen back from the four-year high touched on January 6 of minus $2.60/b.
  • Jason Silber - Global Head of Platts Ocean Intelligence
    Meet our Global Head of Platts Ocean Intelligence, Jason Silber.
  • Simon Millar - Senior Maritime Analyst, Platts Ocean Intelligence
    Meet our London-based Maritime Business Analyst, Simon Millar.
  • Himanshu Chopra - Senior Maritime Analyst, Platts Ocean Intelligence
    Meet our London-based Senior Maritime Business Analyst, Himanshu Chopra.
  • Carlos de Campos - Senior Maritime Analyst, Platts Ocean Intelligence
    Meet our Houston-based Senior Maritime Business Analyst, Carlos de Campos.
  • Oil complex strenghtens after US unveils fresh sanctions on Iran
    NYMEX March crude rose 29 cents to settle at $52.83/b. ICE April Brent settled 25 cents higher at $56.81/b.
  • FEATURE: High infrastructure costs, low returns delay US use of LNG for bunkering
    The use of LNG for bunkering in the US maritime industry will take some time as shipowners and suppliers consider the costs of building infrastructure and assess the risks
  • TANKERS: NWE-USAC Medium Range rate at seven-week on closed gasoline arbitrage
    Freight rates for Medium Range tankers sailing to the US Atlantic Coast from Northwest Europe have fallen Worldscale 20 in recent sessions to a seven-week low amid a closed gasoline arbitrage
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • Trump immigration order may affect shipping crews: sources
    "There are serious safety and welfare issues at stake if seafarers are unable to join or leave their ships as planned."
  • FUTURES 2: Oil upbeat as investors digest supply cut estimates
  • TRADER NOTE: Vitol Asia fuel oil trader leaves Singapore desk
  • FUTURES: Crude higher amid supply cuts, threat of Iran sanctions

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