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Sched Netweb site
FEBRUARY 7, 2017
  • Total petroleum, CMA CGM team up to offer cleaner fuel for shipping
  • FedEx calls for urgent US infrastructure upgrades for e-commerce
  • Doubt cast on success of Algeria's US$3.5 billion China-built port project
  • LA, Long Beach fear Trump's trade policies will adversely affect ports
  • South Korea takes steps to restructure shipping and shipbuilding
  • Additional cranes installed at Incheon New Port
  • Port of Valencia to deploy GAC's diver-free hull cleaner
  • Wilmington Air Park's future unsure after Amazon exit
  • Forwarders still take days to quote rates: Freightos study
  • K+N awarded CEIV-Pharma certification across global air network

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Exim Indiaweb site
FEBRUARY 6, 2017
  • Abu Dhabi Ship Building inks MoU for aluminium vessels
  • Alonso Group starts operations in India with maiden office in Mumbai
  • APL adds Callao port call to West Coast Service
  • Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement & Babcock International Group collaborate on innovative LNG supply vessel
  • Contship Italia Group does well in 2016
  • DG Shipping institutes inquiry into collision of two ships off Kamarajar Port harbour
  • Hamburg Süd's enhanced service offering for fresh fruit
  • No Brexit blues for UK/Turkey trade
  • SCFI's Asia-Med, Asia-US East Coast rates up
  • Kandla Port invites tenders pertaining to mechanised bagging & rake loading facility for fertiliser
  • Milaha commences direct service from KICT
  • Fieo's interactive meet with DGFT today

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International Transport Journalweb site
FEBRUARY 7, 2017
  • Fall and rise of HGV sales
  • Doubling up storage space
  • Gotthard: 57 days of scheduled services
  • Port of London sets new milestone
  • Margaret Gilligan to retire
  • Complex sold in Krefeld
  • Investing more in PTC implementation
  • Privatising Canada's airports...a risky move?
  • 2017: better start for Ukraine's seaport industry
  • Iain Janes named CEO of
  • Saving over 1.1 million t of CO2
  • Five stalwarts reinforce management board
  • Imperial appoints new shipping business COO
  • Launch of new pallet shipper system
  • Hamburg Süd gets into line

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IHS Maritimeweb site
FEBRUARY 6, 2017
  • Sanctions decision creates new risk for non-US Ch. 11 filers
  • Newbuilding deliveries could spike in Q1
  • Maersk to carry Hamburg Süd's east-west cargoes
  • Philippines maritime training schools to be inspected by EMSA in March
  • Sri Lankan government meets to finalise Hambantota sale
  • Hyundai Mipo Dockyard wins ro-ro ship orders
  • DHT rejects Frontline bid
  • Farstad to be restructured through three-way merger with Solstad and Deep Sea Supply
  • FSL Trust issues profit warning, CEO resigns after show cause notice
  • Growing vessel availability to keep a lid on Asian tanker rates
  • Kyoei Tanker books VLCC at Namura
  • Singapore's DBS Bank would be 'worst hit' should Ezra liquidate

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The Loadstarweb site
FEBRUARY 6, 2017
  • Analyst predicts Maersk will enjoy a bumper 2017
  • Union claims up to 8,000 Spanish stevedore jobs could be axed under new employment rules
  • Forwarder fightback against 'death threats' from online freight marketplaces
  • Salmon shipments set to fly as Chile and Norway look to increase export volumes
  • UPS drivers don't turn left-and it saves them 10 million gallons of gas a year
  • Mexican tariff's future met with concerns

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Marine Logweb site
FEBRUARY 6, 2017
  • DHT board rejects unsolicited Frontline offer
  • Bankrupt shipowner violated Iran sanctions
  • VIDEO: Schulte and Babcock team on LNG fueling
  • BAE San Diego shipyard gets $26.6 million LSD-49 award
  • Norwegian players plan OSV sector merger
  • VIDEO: USCG approval boosts PureBallast orders

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Lloyd's Listweb site
FEBRUARY 6, 2017
  • Henderson makes seafarer safety pledge for UK Chamber
    Speech at annual dinner calls for a shipping industry that is safe, environmentally aware and creates jobs for young people
  • Tom Boardley to head Mission to Seafarers
    Lloyd's Register vice-president to lead charity from April
  • Callimanopulos group vows business as normal
    Tanker, bulker and OSV owner says charterers and vendors will be 'unaffected' by Toisa's Chapter 11 filing
  • Handysize bulker earnings approach operating cost level
    Grains, bauxite and steels reported fixed in slow market
  • Noatum unveils new company structure
    Company restructures terminal management with three new subsidiaries to be formed in quest for improved performance
  • GasLog tops owners' table for US LNG exports in 2016
    Latin American and Asian countries lift most Sabine Pass cargoes
  • Scorpio Bulkers' fourth-quarter net loss improves
    UPDATE: 'Excited' Bugbee sees early stages of asset value and rate recovery
  • Banks not touching Iran payments to shipowners
    But latest round of sanctions will not hit industry, lawyers argue
  • Port of London posts 10% rise in traffic for 2016
    Port returned to pre-2009 throughput levels as oil, aggregate and cement trading grew by more than 15%
  • Brave face on NAT as it slides into fourth quarter losses
    Ever-positive tanker owner hails good performance in volatile market
  • Ship calls recover at LA-Long Beach
    After 20 years of decline, the number of vessels handled by southern Californian pair increased in 2016
  • Hamburg Süd strengthens east-west presence through Maersk deal
    German and Danish lines get closer ahead of full takeover of Hamburg Süd
  • Global box exports on the rise
    Strong growth in transpacific trade masks weak Asia-Europe data
  • Administrators receive offers for two Offen product tankers
    Vessels have been through failed transactions prior to current offer
  • Farstad, Deep Sea Supply and Solstad plan offshore mega-merger
    Farstad secures restructuring deal as John Fredriksen and Kjell Inge Røkke look to combine forces and share ownership in new company
  • Clyde & Co hires Chung for Dubai office
    Partner joins from Holman Fenwick Willan
  • Port Hedland's iron ore exports to China jump 30%
    Total volumes up 19%, driven by China inventory boost
  • India to investigate oil-spill collision
    Pollution spreads to 43 km of west Indian coastline amid fears of environmental damage
  • Carriers reap benefits from Panama Canal expansion
    Following an initial decline, carriers are now fully benefiting from slot cost savings to the US east coast
  • Seattle Port boss Ted Fick resigns
    Resignation letter reveals his 'talents and strengths are better suited to the private sector'
  • TMT Group unit violated Iran sanctions in 2013, says US government
    US Office of Foreign Assets Control says TMT vessel concealed ship-to-ship transfer of oil with Iranian vessel

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
FEBRUARY 6, 2017
  • Rising US spot truck rates to bolster contract pricing
  • Top US domestic intermodal providers raising rates
  • Intermarine receives fourth Ecolift 500 ship
  • Large US truckload carriers keep cutting capacity
  • Maersk, Hamburg Sud cut east-west slot deal
  • Japanese container trade growth to accelerate
  • Nippon Express pulls profit from dropping revenue
  • Air cargo grows at five-year high
  • Sri Lanka finalizing controversial port sale to China

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TradeWindsweb site
FEBRUARY 6, 2017
  • UK shipping must 'step up' says Henderson
    Safety, the environment, jobs and innovation are key areas where British shipping needs to improve as the UK heads towards exit from the European Union, says Shell's Grahaeme Henderson.
  • Eriksen: 'Door is open' for more OSV mergers
    Rokke and Fredriksen are creating the world's fourth-largest OSV owner but may not stop there.
  • Analysts weigh in on Frontline's next steps
    Some see DHT sending signs that it is open to a deal at a higher price, others see limits in Frontline's ability to hike bid.
  • Stranded Akkaz crew returning home
    Pakistani seafarers from Dutch-managed vessel fly out from Egypt.
  • Sprotte targets expansion at OSM
    Former Rickmers man is the new global technical chief of Norwegian manager.
  • All change at Economou's Ocean Rig
    Shipping magnate's rig company reveals management changes and relocates to the Cayman Islands.
  • Analyst cautious on offshore tie-up
    Consolidation will have little or no effect on weak market, Fearnley warns.
  • Scorpio Bulkers misses fourth quarter forecast
    New York-listed owner sees its bottom line loss fall two cents beyond what Wall Street was expecting.
  • Officers arrested on people trafficking charges
    US immigration agents raid Turkish boxship in alleged smuggling case.
  • Union Maritime takes Restis tanker pair
    London-based owner buys STX-built vessels from Greek owner Enterprises, market sources say.
  • BSM brings in Babcock for LNGBV systems
    Schulte company using UK group's LNG delivery kit for new bunker tanker.
  • American Shipping pushes up profit
    US tanker owner posts satisfactory result thanks to long-term bareboat charters.
  • Nordic American ends 'good year' in the red
    Herbjorn Hansson-led owner sees bottom line slip further below zero than Wall Street expected.
  • Cochin Shipyard linked to ABG takeover
    State-owned yard said to be in talks with struggling private builder.
  • Major BW LPG investor sells $2m slice
    Artemis Investment has offloaded a portion of its interest in world's largest VLGC owner.
  • Luigi D'Amato puts companies into liquidation
    But Italian owner working on restructuring plan for Fratelli D'Amato and Dolphin Tanker.
  • Five cargoships forced aground in UAE
    Residents warned not to go near vessels beached in high winds.
  • Dof wins double deal in Egypt
    Norwegian offshore vessel owner secures employment for anchor handler and PSV.
  • VLCC S&P market alive after price crash
    Alibra Shipping says rise in deals comes as buyers hunt bargain-basement prices.
  • Sales talk surrounds Offen Tankers pair
    Confusion prevails on the sales process of two bank-controlled MRs run by Offen Tankers. Some say the Hyundai Mipo built 52,000-dwt CPO Japan (built 2010) CPO Korea (built 2009) have changed hands for 36m en bloc. Others claim the ships remain unsold. The ships are reported to have been inspected by four or five potential buyers and are understood to have some coating issues. VesselsValue says t
  • Tamai loss grows, but forecast raised
    Japanese bulker and tanker owner hopeful of stronger finish to the year.
  • Economou linked to Nisshin bulker
    Greek owner tipped to be the buyer of panamax sold by Japanese firm last week.
  • KDB: no new DSME debt swap
    But state bank says measures are being considered to boost yard's liquidity.

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American Shipperweb site
FEBRUARY 6, 2017
  • GPA sells 500 acres for commercial development
    Source: Georgia Ports Authority The GPA's decision to sell 500 acres for development is just one of the recent efforts undertaken lately to ...
  • Port of Oakland to make about $600m in capital improvements
    The Port of Oakland said it is making about $600 million in capital improvements in order to boost containerized cargo volumes. John Drisc...
  • Sinomarine Livestock Shipping plans to launch two cattle, sheep carriers
    China-based Sinomarine Livestock Shipping Company is reportedly planning to launch two bulk carrier ships that have been converted into ves...
  • FMC reviews 7 OTI license applications
    The U.S. Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) has received seven ocean transportation intermediary (OTI) license applications and changes for ...
  • Maersk, Hamburg Süd strike slot purchase deal
    In the wake of Maersk Line's announcement in December that it will acquire Hamburg Süd, the two companies said they will enter into a slot ...
  • Unifor strikes tentative deal with DHL
    Canadian labor union Unifor reached a tentative agreement with one of Canada's largest international parcel shipping companies, DHL. Unifo...
  • Commentary: All that glitters
    The need to protect high-value parcel deliveries was underscored in a recent decision by a federal court in Michigan. Golden Hawk Metallur...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
FEBRUARY 6, 2017
  • External: Praxis Energy Agents S.A
  • Bunker fuel prices at Italy's Trieste rise after Eni stops supplies
    380 CST fuel oil rose $5 on the day to $334/mt ex-wharf and marine gasoil rose $13 to $576/mt ex-wharf.
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • FUTURES 2: Crude edges up on Iran tensions
  • FUEL FOR THOUGHT: New tech surge raises stakes over oil demand
    The digital economy is evolving as automation, robotics, big data and technologies such as 3-D printing gain ground.
  • TANKERS: Shipowner DHT says no thanks to $475 mil Frontline takeover offer
    "We believe that Frontline's proposal substantially undervalues our company and represents an opportunistic attempt to acquire DHT at a low point in the cycle," DHT Chairman Erik Lind said.
  • TANKERS: Long Range PG-UKC rate at 15-year low, close to $1 million
    Stiff competition among vessel owners for westbound voyages due to supply-demand fundamentals
  • FUTURES: Crude flat, pressured by third weekly rise in US oil rigs
  • Trump administration issues new Iran sanctions
    The new sanctions come as some in Congress are pushing the new administration to take a harder line on Iran.

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