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

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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 6, 2017
  • ACP proposes lowering tolls for new panamax backhauls
  • DP World sets sights on minority stake in Russia's Fesco
  • US business leaders call on Trump to stick with NAFTA
  • Number of 15,000+ TEU box ships rises in May: Clarksons
  • Savannah sets new productivity standard, raising volumes 11.7pc
  • MOL wins R&D grant to develop autonomous ocean transport systems
  • Purolator speeds up US forwarding services from coast to coast in the US
  • Japanese Ship Owner's Association takes part in Ship Recycling Congress
  • ABC ships eROSITA X-ray telescope from Germany to Moscow
  • UPS to appeal US$247m fine for shipping counterfeit cigarettes in New York
  • Rising demand prompts Sky Gates Cargo to add B747-400F to fleet
  • DHL steps up air deliveries of Norwegian seafood exports
  • Lockheed Martin completes first freighter test flight successfully
  • Indian Customs in Mumbai seize 1.5kg gold smuggled from Dubai

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Exim Indiaweb site
JUNE 5, 2017
  • Chinubhai Kalidass & Bros certified as Authorised Economic Operator
  • HMM's cargo processing soars at Busan Port
  • Liberian Registry wins Maritime Services Award for electronic oil record book
  • LNG carrier CESI Beihai delivered for SINOPEC LNG project
  • SCFI Asia-US rates up
  • Yang Ming commencing new service connecting China & South-East Asia
  • JNPT celebrates World Environment Day; conducts sapling drive
  • Krishnapatnam Port becomes first to introduce automated fertiliser handling system
  • Cotton crop for 2016-17 crop year maintained at 340.50 lakh bales
  • Valuation of supply under CGST Act, 2017 & Rules thereof
  • Former CBEC Chairman Najib Shah to be Chief Guest at South East CEO Conclave & Awards 2017 in Chennai

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 6, 2017
  • Economy of scale now redefined?
  • IRU: EU road rules fail to bring clarity
  • Fevzi Gandur awarded for employees' environment
  • Former USAF secretary elected to Textron board
  • Southern China - Europe direct by rail
  • Projects in Corpus Christi continue
  • UPS increases services between Cologne and Spain
  • Elsen targeting EUR 100 million in 2018
  • Swiss intermodal provider invests in new traction
  • Port of Antwerp wants more links to Germany
  • Hamburg airfreight terminal turns one
  • Hiscock boosts Hunt & Palmer charter broking team
  • Port of Hamburg's Hungarian office turns 25
  • Switzerland continues ETS efforts
  • New intermodal service to Scandinavia
  • Rhenus ramping up business in Indonesia
  • Sunrise coming soon says Drewry

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JUNE 5, 2017
  • Energy efficiency: is there a glass ceiling?
  • Polaris Shipping seeks advice on continuing Stellar Daisy search
  • Lower Japanese LPG imports cushioned by higher US volumes
  • Hyundai Samho HI in joint venture with Russia's Zvezda Shipbuilding

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The Loadstarweb site
JUNE 5, 2017
  • Middle East air freight disruption looms as Qatar is blacklisted over 'terror links'
  • ULCVs will ply the transpacific trade, but the ports are not ready for them
  • Gatemore happy with new terms of DX Group takeover of Menzies Distribution
  • Fears of extra pressure on transport emission agreements after Trump turnaround
  • Panama Canal requests industry feedback on its proposed toll changes
  • Top courier spars with leading logistics firm over data
  • FTA names Elizabeth de Jong as its new director of policy

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Marine Logweb site
JUNE 5, 2017
  • Gladding-Hearn delivers Circle Line sightseeing vessel
  • LNG a big part of plans for Russia's Zvezda shipyard
  • Magnetic robot eases underwater hull inspections
  • Stena Drilling cancels semi on order at SHI
  • Shipping reaffirms its commitment to cutting CO2 emissions
  • Devall Towing pushes ahead with Mitsubishi engines
  • MAN Diesel & Turbo and MM-Offshore agree to cooperate

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 5, 2017
  • Eight days of strikes and go-slows to cripple Spain's ports
    Productivity slashed by up to 70% as unions add more strike days
  • Handysize bulker earnings hit three-month low on seasonal slowdown
    Port congestion in Indonesia could provide support to freight rates
  • US west coast faces major containership size upgrade
    Alliance reshuffle means the number of 13,000+ teu vessels from Asia has nearly doubled in 2017, putting pressure on terminals
  • Gener8 offloads VLCC ahead of what could be a brighter future with Frontline
    Two heads are better than one in an uncertain freight market
  • Saudi-Qatar rift sends owners and brokers into panic mode
    Potential closure of sea routes raises fears about movement of Qatari vessels and cargoes
  • Is Frontline's faith in tanker scrapping misplaced?
    Tanker giant has confidence scrapping will be big in 2017, but evidence thus far points to the contrary
  • A necessary merger
    Hapag-Lloyd's merger with UASC comes with risks as well as benefits
  • East African box trade on the rise
    New report says box numbers will surpass 4m teu by 2020, but region will continue to lag behind west of the continent
  • Rickmers keeps restructuring hopes alive
    Insolvency lawyer appointed as board seeks to work out new proposal for creditors
  • Greek Awards gear up for 14th year
    Three first-time judges feature in a strong panel that will once again support the integrity and credibility of the Lloyd's List awards

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 5, 2017
  • Simplified procedures to boost Russian rail volumes
  • Japan subsidizes port reefer cargo infrastructure
  • Rickmers eyes fresh restructuring to survive
  • Higher US freight demand boosts ODFL shipments, tonnage
  • JNPT moves closer to speedy import program goal
  • Hapag-Lloyd second carrier to levy booking cancellation fee

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TradeWindsweb site
JUNE 5, 2017
  • Fujairah bunkers off limits to Qatari ships
    Notice from the harbour master sets stage for bunker prices to rise elsewhere.
  • ISH targets July to emerge from Chapter 11 as Seacor unit
    Johnsen family-led shipping group to join Charles Fabrikant's diversified empire.
  • Qatar ban raises questions for LNG cargoes
    Will Arab nations' decision to cut ties affect tonne-mile equation for some LNG importers?
  • Shell sets Forcados loadings for June
    But restart of major Nigerian export terminal doing little to lift suezmax rates.
  • Cyber crime reporting site set up
    Shipping industry gets its own portal to exchange information and learn about cyber threats.
  • RAL boxship damaged by iceberg
    Greenlandic vessel to be inspected after incident off Nanortalik.
  • Uy raises $80m with Phoenix stake sale
    Philippines shipowner to pump money into resort project after disposal of 25% in oil company.
  • Finland buys 3% stake in Konecranes
    Finnish state-owned investment vehicle Solidium, whose remit is to bolster ownership in nationally important enterprises, has spent EUR 93m ($104.1m) to acquire a 3% stake in crane manufacturer Konecranes. "Konecranes is an excellent addition to Solidium's portfolio, with strong market positions and superior technological know-how," Solidium managing director Antti Makinen told the Finnish Arvopa
  • Uy plots upgrades, fuel deals after IPO
    Philippines tycoon will unify his shipping empire following Manila listing.
  • MSC Cruises eyes STX France blocking stake
    Gianluigi Aponte says he wants to prevent Fincantieri exporting technology and prioritising Italian yards after takeover.
  • Crew tied up on product tanker
    Armed robbers escape with cash after raid on ship off Indonesia.
  • Iraqi shipments hit six-month high
    Tankers boosted by upturn in exports from Opec country in May.
  • HMM's Asia-US volumes jump 67%
    Cooperation with Maersk and MSC boosts cargoes in April, Korean owner said.
  • Swiss government writes off $220m on SCL ship sales
    UPDATE: Landlocked country paying for guarantees given to owner's four tankers and nine MPPs.
  • Fredriksen succession plan "ready"
    But tycoon says handing over his empire could take 10 to 15 years.
  • Bahri to inject $139m into Aramco yard
    Saudi tanker owner will become the third largest shareholder in the region's joint shipbuilding project.
  • Rickmers launches renewed survival fight
    Owner forms new creditor committee, vowing to keep operating after insolvency filing.
  • FMC seeks input on 'job-killing' rules
    US maritime agency launched comment request as part of Trump administration push.
  • BW LPG buys shares for stock options
    Oslo-listed VLGC owner to reward execs with $550,000 hand-out.
  • Hyundai Samho teams up with new Zvezda yard
    Korean shipbuilder forms joint venture with Russian plant to cooperate on ship design and marketing.
  • Stena Drilling cancels semi-sub newbuilding
    Samsung Heavy Industries left with another drilling unit on its hands after owner walks away.
  • SGX and port "possible" terrorist targets
    Singapore government says threat remains at highest level in Lion Republic in recent years.
  • Commerzbank returns covered bond licence
    German ship finance bank says it has not issued securities under Pfandbriefe for six years.

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American Shipperweb site
JUNE 5, 2017
  • ITC reviews duty-free effects of Mexico, Canada imports
    The U.S. International Trade Commission has started an investigation into the probable effects of providing duty-free treatment to currentl...
  • U.S. trade deficit widens in April
    The U.S. Department of Commerce reported the nation's trade deficit in goods and services totaled $47.6 billion in April, a 5.2 percent inc...
  • DP World: Joint blockchain trial between Australia and China a success
    Port operator DP World Australia, logistics provider DB Schenker, German shipping company Hamburg Sud and wine producer IUS have successful...
  • UPS opens healthcare logistics facility in Colombia
    UPS has opened a new healthcare-dedicated facility in Colombia to serve the growing pharmaceutical, biopharma and medical device industry i...
  • Canadian forestry companies offered government aid
    The Canadian government will provide C$867 million in aid to the country's forestry industry as it battles U.S. countervailing duty measure...
  • FAA fines United for non-airworthy plane
    The Federal Aviation Administration has proposed a $435,000 civil penalty against United Airlines for allegedly operating a plane that was ...
  • Report: Port of Itajai closed for bad weather
    Brazil's Itajai port has been closed for over a week due to bad weather, according to reports from multiple news outlets. Strong winds and...
  • Panama Canal to modify tolls, decrease containership rates
    The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has put forth a proposal for modifications to its current toll structure that could ultimately lower rates...
  • MPC Container Ships purchases additional vessels
    MPC Container Ships has purchased two 2,834-TEU vessels, in addition to the seven vessels it bought in May . The vessels, sister-ships Car...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JUNE 5, 2017
  • Oil falls after four Middle East states cut ties with Doha
    Oil futures weakened Monday after Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt broke diplomatic ties with Qatar over allegations it supports terrorism, with ICE August Brent settling 48 cents lower at $49.47/b.
  • Durban bunker indications weaken amid improving supply
    Sources pegged 380 CST fuel oil at Durban at $344-$345/mt delivered Monday, down from Friday's close of $346/mt and an almost three-month high of $350/mt June 1. The last time the price reached this level was March 13.
  • INTERVIEW: Clean Marine targets 200-250 scrubbers in marine sales by 2020
    Scrubbers demand will also grow as credit availability eases and new players enter the market.
  • TANKERS: Bosporus to close due to Yacht race
    Delays through the straits are currently estimated at two days northbound and two days southbound, according to shipping agents.
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • ANALYSIS: Qatar diplomatic crisis not seen impacting oil, LNG shipping
    - No impact seen so far on crude co-loading - Oil, LNG shipping via Suez Canal unlikely to be impacted
  • FUTURES: Crude higher on Falih comments; US rig count jump weighs
  • OPEC to assess need for deep oil output cuts in July: Saudi's Falih
    Falih was optimistic that the deal struck between OPEC and non-OPEC producers May 25 would begin to start bearing fruit by the end of June.
  • Iran's NITC hopes to renew oil tanker fleet: report
    NITC is looking to expand activities in LPG and petrochemical shipments

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