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21 July 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 08:12 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
  • MOL hikes North Asia to Oz rate to US$500/TEU from October 15
  • Shanghai-Yangshan to be world's most automated port in December
  • OOCL cancels Asia-Mediterranean sailing for Chinese National Holiday
  • Kerry first half net profit up 5pc to US$127.8 million as sales soar 31pc
  • Russian bumper grain crop chokes ports as road, rail try to cope
  • HNA seeks US$300 million in US libel suit from fugitive tycoon Guo
  • China Merchants to buy Brazil's No 2 box port for US$920 million
  • Top box carriers' schedule reliability falls 1.5pc in July
  • Two near accidents missed by hair's breadth in Hamburg
  • 7 gantries to meet 14,400-TEU CMA CGM Theodore Roosevelt in Savannah
  • First charter flight in 2017 carrying US cherries arrives in Hefei
  • Envirotainer adds RAP e2 stations in Italy and Puerto Rico
  • Panalpina's top 5 fastest-growing perishables markets

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Exim Indiaweb site
  • Bangladeshi shippers urged to take coastal shipping route for trade with India
  • Columbia Shipmanagement & Marlow Navigation formally announce regulatory approval for merger
  • Focus would be on FIATA World Congress 2018 & strengthening FFFAI, says FFFAI Chairman-elect
  • MANSA calls for unified ministry to promote multimodal transport that integrates coastal shipping
  • Penta Freight moves into new corporate headquarters
  • Solid demand growth reduces spot rate volatility in container shipping, says BIMCO
  • Chinese component levied anti-dumping duty
  • APM Terminals Pipavav celebrates completing three years of safe operations at the port
  • Hurricane Harvey & Organic Peroxides
  • GST update

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International Transport Journalweb site
  • India rolls out electronic toll collection system
  • Russian freight cars for US railroads
  • NCG acquires plastic recycling specialist
  • Qatar's port of Hamad now fully operational
  • SAS investing in Aarhus
  • Florida Ports Council elects Port Everglades CEO
  • No carbon footprint in Germany for this car maker
  • Petersmann to steer Baytree to success in Germany
  • First scheduled B747-8I service to Australia
  • More volumes, smaller margin in H1 for Global Ports
  • OMA appoints country manager for Senegal
  • Party over for beneficial cargo owners, says Drewry
  • Erfa: disaster for intermodal traffic
  • GBA takes next step in European expansion
  • Faase takes on CFO role at C.H. Robinson Europe
  • Cool news from SVO, DFW, SJU and Milan

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IHS Maritimeweb site
  • Spain's La Naval shipyard seeks bankruptcy protection
  • EMAS to get USD50 million fund injection for restructuring
  • Wilmar eyes lower shipping costs with fleet expansion
  • Diplomatic spat hits SM Line's China services

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The Loadstarweb site
  • Shippers need to review their game plan ahead of new contract talks
  • Truckers under pressure as barge congestion at ports drags on
  • Analysis: unforgiving investors could paint a target on Expeditors
  • CSAV takes a hit after UASC merger with Hapag-Lloyd
  • DHL thinks outside the box inside the car boot
  • For every Amazon package it delivers, the US Postal Service loses $1.46
  • Frankfurt-Hahn gets back on track with new services

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Marine Logweb site
  • Ports preparing for Hurricane Irma
  • Seabourn's next cruise ship launched at Fincantieri
  • BV issues new class rules for OSVs, tugs
  • Trojan Marinex BWTS for Antarctic supply vessel
  • Largest ship yet calls at Port of Savannah
  • Huntington Ingalls to refuel, overhaul USS George Washington

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Lloyd's Listweb site
  • Cruiseships fare poorly in pollution rankings
    Emissions have health and environmental impacts
  • Future of containerisation is linked to generational change
    Container ships are being ordered to meet the demands of the endless summer of Baby-Boomer consumption
  • Demand for post-panamax tonnage lifts charter market
    Rates strengthen in traditional slow summer months, but could soon come under pressure as peak cargo season draws to a...
  • Liner alliances raise operational concerns for customers
    Schedule reliability is atrocious and costs are astronomical, panellist says
  • Regulation to lead to consolidation, says Frontline chief
    New sulphur cap to favour large, financially capable owners that can invest in ships
  • Shippers and freight operators complain to EU ministers over 'Rastatt emergency'
    European intermodal traffic 'particularly disadvantaged' by current rail disruption, with only 15% of volumes accommodated by alternative routings
  • Dry dockings and hire rejig push Dynagas into the red
    LNG carrier owner says second-quarter blip was expected
  • Supramax bulker earnings hit four-and-a-half-month high
    Hurricane Irma could hit supramax demand later on
  • Harvey puffs up aframax rates
    Carribbean aframax rates still at year-to-date high as storm disruption in US Gulf lingers on
  • Daily Briefing
    Expect further consolidation and rate rises as a result of cleaner fuel
  • Alphaliner's Tan says excess tonnage still haunting container lines
    Container shipping's controversialist-in-chief says excess capacity is still holding down rates despite improved demand
  • Strong crude tanker fleet growth to pressure earnings, says LLI
    Limited scrapping and a large orderbook to result in 28% fleet growth in 2017-2021
  • LNG more consolidated than its tanker cousins
    Top three owners of LNG tankers have 24% of total capacity, LLI data shows
  • NSB takes managed fleet to 96 after Indonesia lash-up
    Move in line with globalisation strategy
  • London retains its unique role in maritime
    Lord Mountevans, who followed four decades with Clarksons with a year serving as the 688th Lord Mayor of the City...
  • Oldendorff revives handysize newbuilding orders
    Orders have been resurrected on renewed belief in yard quality, rate recovery in the dry bulk market and a slight...
  • OOCL rolls out third ultra large containership
    Company's first 21,413 teu vessel recorded as the world's largest containership by Guinness World Records
  • Shippers will pay for low-sulphur fuel, warns APL's Sartini
    With IMO rules on the low-sulphur fuel due to come into force in 2020, box lines want to ensure they...
  • Seafarer wages unlikely to rise despite shipping recovery
    Cash-strapped owners and operators as well as alleviated officer shortfall to blame, says Drewry
  • China shipyards struggle to raise newbuild price
    Builders are facing a dilemma: steel and Chinese yuan are getting much more expensive but their bargaining power is still...
  • Digital advancements threaten to eclipse box shipping
    Industry needs to rid itself of the idea that an epochal upturn will come if it can just hang on...
  • Ukraine expects its first ever US coal shipment by mid-September
    Second shipment scheduled to arrive in early October
  • Ultra large containerships at risk from regionalisation of manufacturing
    Bringing production close to consumption removes the requirement for large boxships

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
  • Texas ports come back to life after storm, floods
  • Houston truckers struggle with slow, soggy restart
  • Genesee & Wyoming, Seacor team up for cross-Gulf rail ferry
  • Caribbean, US Southeast shippers prep for Irma disruption
  • Matson adds westbound trans-Pacific call at Okinawa
  • Merger adds US military cargo to Daseke trucking portfolio
  • Rumored suitor of APMT Indian operations shrugs off talk
  • Thursdays worst for cargo theft, TT Club finds
  • European railways unite to handle season-end traffic surge
  • JNPT rail push begins showing greater gains
  • Mega-ships drive capacity upgrades across three alliances

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TradeWindsweb site
  • Cosco Shipping and PIL seal charter pact
    Deal between Chinese giant and Singapore competitor will involve a total of 12 ships.
  • Cruise lines take hit as Hurricane Irma looms
    Second major Atlantic Basin hurricane could potentially hit the US by week's end.
  • Dynagas' earnings miss as drydocks mount up
    LNG shipowner saw second-quarter utilisation fall partly due to scheduled maintenance.
  • Corpus Christi plans to deepen for VLCCs
    Long-stalled project to allow deep-draught vessels into port now plans to go forward.
  • Tanker rates drop as Texas dries out from Harvey
    Extent of damage may not be as bad as originally feared as US Gulf Coast refineries restart.
  • Economou holds $89m stake in DryShips
    Latest filings show the shipowner has 53.5% holding in company following Heidmar deal.
  • Dredging Corp posts lowest ever profit
    Indian state shipowner hit by falling revenue in latest financial year.
  • Eagle Bulk renewal effort extends with sale of supramax
    New York-listed owner sells 2010-built bulker as last of the Greenship fleet arrives.
  • N Korea-Russia ferry suspended
    Contractual problem halts link from Vladivostok to Rason.
  • Crewman assaulted as tanker raided
    Venezuelan robbers tie up watch officer on crude ship at Puerto La Cruz anchorage.
  • Hellespont tied to Cosco tanker order
    Papachristidis company said to be making a significant move in the MR market.
  • Berenberg takes loan transactions to over $1bn with RBS deal
    German bank follows up on earlier deals with acquisition of further $460m from RBS shipping loans
  • Nordic American Tankers pens BP charter deal
    Two-year contract is latest in a flurry of period business from the New York-listed owner.
  • Tallink cargo figures jump in August
    Passenger numbers also rise for Baltic ro-pax operator.
  • Maersk Tankers hackathon pushes digital agenda
    Danish owner looking to develop new position list designed at Copenhagen event.
  • Shareholders seek Oceanteam probe
    Bergen court receives petition from investors of restructured offshore owner.
  • Pacific Basin targets Chinese investor base
    Hong Kong-listed dry cargo specialist signs up for Southbound Trading.
  • UASC merger costs CSAV dear
    Equity dilution due to Hapag-Lloyd combination pushes owner further into the red.
  • Vitol aims to refinance Latvian Shipping
    Share issue of up to $71m planned as trader and owner boosts holding in Riga tanker company to 91%.
  • International Seaways sells veteran tanker
    New York-listed owner has cashed in a 2001-built tanker as renewal takes another step.
  • KPC inks debut crew boat order
    Dubai's Grandweld yard to supply offshore vessels to Kuwait major.
  • Fujian Anda inks bulker newbuilding
    Chinese owner picks Fujian Southeast yard for fleet expansion.
  • Drugs gangs arrested in Brazil
    Authorities serve 127 warrants to stop shipping of cocaine to Belgium, Italy and Spain.
  • Yangzijiang expected to buy rest of Xinfu
    Singapore-listed shipbuilder thought to have extensive shopping list following fundraiser.
  • Swire ramps up services to Townsville
    China Navigation-owned shipowner says it will be offering an eight-day transit to Singapore.
  • Ezion Holdings faces cash shortfall
    Extent of problems faced by Singapore offshore vessel operator exposed at bondholders meeting.

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American Shipperweb site
  • WFS U.S. handling volumes skyrocket in 2017
    Worldwide Flight Services (WFS), the world's largest air cargo handler, saw total volumes across its nearly 60 cargo locations in the U.S. ...
  • U.K. ports handle record 10.2m TEUs in 2016
    United Kingdom ports saw a slight decline in overall freight tonnage in 2016, but handled a record 10.2 million TEUs of container traffic t...
  • Executive Moves: Trinity Logistics and Gebrüder Weiss
    Source: Pressmaster/Shutterstock Trinity Logistics names president and chief operating officer, while Gebrüder Weiss appoints branch manager...
  • DP World begins construction on Ecuador multi-purpose port
    Dubai-based port operator DP World has begun construction on the multi-purpose, deep-water port project in Posorja, Ecuador on Friday. The...
  • Radiant expands cross-border capabilities with SVT acquisition
    Radiant Logistics, Inc., a Bellevue, Wash.-based third-party logistics and multi-modal transportation services provider, has expanded its c...
  • Port of Corpus Christi approves channel improvement project
    The Port of Corpus Christi Authority (PCCA) has approved a project agreement for the deepening and widening of the Corpus Christi Ship Chan...
  • MPA bars two suppliers from renewing bunker licenses
    The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) did not renew bunker supply licenses of Panoil Petroleum Pte Ltd and Universal Energy Pt...
  • European Commission approves loan for insolvent Air Berlin
    The European Commission (EC) has approved a 150 million eurostate aid loan(U.S. $178.6 million) for insolvent airline Air Berlin to prevent...
  • Eimskip net earnings sink 43.6% in Q2 2017
    Icelandic shipping company Eimskip's net earnings for the second quarter of 2017 sank 43.6 percent from last year's second quarter to 4.9 m...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
  • Magellan to build new 250,000 b/d Texas crude, condensate pipeline by mid-2019
    Magellan Midstream is starting work on a new pipeline connecting the two oil and condensate producing areas of Wink and Crane in the Delaware Basin, Texas and providing producers with an option to send those barrels to either refineries along the US Gulf Coast or for exports to global markets, the company said Tuesday.
  • Oil tanker leaving Port Arthur, Texas, may bode well for Cheniere LNG cargoes
    A crude tanker was able to leave Port Arthur, Texas, on Tuesday through the same Intracoastal Waterway that serves Cheniere Energy's Sabine Pass LNG export terminal, a sign that vessel restrictions following Harvey may be easing, meaning cargoes of liquefied gas will once again be on their way to overseas markets.
  • NYMEX RBOB crack eases as Texas refiners come back online
    The NYMEX RBOB crack spread against WTI fell Tuesday as the restart of refineries in Texas provided a sense of calm for the market following the upheaval caused by Hurricane Harvey.
  • US DATA: EIA says June residual fuel oil exports to Panama rose 82.6% on year
    US residual fuel oil exports to Panama totaled 946,000 barrels in June, up 82.6% from the same month a year earlier, Energy Information Administration data showed Tuesday.
  • Houston bunker deliveries resume: sources
    Bunker deliveries came to a standstill on August 25
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • Aegean Shipping Management enters dry bulk sector with Kamsarmaxes
    This marks company's first move into the dry bulk sector and will also coincide with the creation of the spin-off Aegean Shipping Dry Bulk.
  • US to propose stronger UN resolution against North Korea
    - Tokyo has said it may seek an oil embargo - North Korea 'begging for war': US envoy - US envoy eyes resolution vote next Monday
  • TRADER NOTE: New commercial director appointed for Dan-Bunkering (America)
    Thomsen succeeds Jim Jensen who was promoted to managing director earlier this year.

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