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20 September 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 22:10 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 9, 2017
  • Maersk expands trade financing to six US states after successful pilots
  • Spanish ports' strike to continue into next week
  • 80,000 apply for 2,400 dockworker positions at ports of LA/LB
  • Asia-N America spot rates rebound, but expected to remain volatile
  • Matson expands SPX service to Samoa and American Samoa
  • Shipping groups set up 'task force' for seafarers in India
  • Port of Rotterdam opts for CargoSmart's sailing schedule data
  • Lufthansa chief hints at more business deals with partner, Cathay Pacific
  • IATA urges air cargo industry to undergo digital transformation
  • Neutral freight alliances CWN and NAP join forces

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Exim Indiaweb site
JUNE 8, 2017
  • ACHAA elects office-bearers for 2017-19
  • HMM increases Asia-US West Coast volumes by 73 pc y-o-y; ranked 5th in terms of market share in April 2017
  • Manual filing & processing of bills of entry / shipping bills
  • Shipowners encourage EU-China leadership in shaping IMO's CO2 strategy
  • Oilmeals exports up
  • 'Sab Ka Sath Sab Ka Vikas Sammelan' to showcase Ministry of Shipping & Mumbai Port Trust's development initiatives today
  • DP World Cochin maintains growth trajectory
  • Gujarat Chief Minister reviews progress of Dahej-Gogha RoRo ferry project
  • India could be part of container terminal project at Colombo port
  • New Mangalore Port attracts new cargo
  • Nitin Gadkari to inaugurate Adani container terminal & other new projects at Kamarajar Port today
  • Global ex-im trade volumes looking up in 2017

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 9, 2017
  • Chicago's Belt Railway Company invests in PTC
  • Package processing hub in Goodyear
  • Record number of orders for Swiss rail vehicle maker
  • Dnata Australia boosts screening capability
  • Liscr's new step in digitalization
  • LIT entrusted with soft drinks distribution
  • Central Europe - Central Asia once per week
  • Kenya joins anti-piracy league
  • Grindrod Group CEO bowing out after ten years
  • Aeromexico and Delta Cargo team up
  • Iberia - 70 years in Switzerland
  • Expanding headquarters in Czechia
  • Russia: digitalisation increasing in transport sector
  • Moody gloomy on German ship lenders' perspective
  • Papagiannopoulos new Bimco president

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JUNE 8, 2017
  • Pacific Radiance granted SGD85 million government-backed funding
  • Indian iron ore lures charter operators to Singapore
  • Viking O&M makes USD38 million claim against private Chinese firm
  • Heineken bets on biofuel barges for exports
  • Seoul mulls more yard space for Busan Port
  • Private equity firm IMM ups offer for Hyundai Samho HI stake
  • Picking the winners and losers in wake of Qatar shipping ban

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The Loadstarweb site
JUNE 8, 2017
  • Staff shake-up at Unifeeder as local offices give way to regional centres
  • Air cargo partnerships go cross-border as Delta links up with Aeromexico
  • Continuing dock strife delays Cosco purchase of stake in Spanish port sector
  • US shale gas boom a bonus for carriers as Panama Canal reduces some tolls
  • CMA CGM and DP-DHL get behind the development of logistics start-ups
  • What is the difference between a NVOCC and a freight forwarder?

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Marine Logweb site
JUNE 8, 2017
  • Philly Shipyard to start Hawaii shipping line and build four ships for it
  • MAN Diesel and Turbo takes 40% stake in Aspin Kemp
  • VIDEO: Waterways a big part of Trump infrastructure plan
  • Germany christens final frigate in F125 series
  • Shipowners get passing grade on labor convention compliance
  • Wartsila and NCLH renew maintenance agreement

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 8, 2017
  • EU endorses maritime commitment to Paris Agreement
    Bloc's transport ministers remain silent on EU ETS
  • Qatarstrophe?
    Chaos reigns as ships struggle with haphazard implementation of blockade by Middle East ports
  • Delta buys suezmax resale pair for $114m
    Diamantidis tanker arm in rare swoop for former-Blumenthal newbuildings at Hyundai Samho
  • Norden jumps on tanker fleet expansion bandwagon
    Danish owner strikes while the iron is hot, buying a tanker for first time since last year
  • Dynagas Partners scores smaller profit
    Rejigging of Gazprom contracts resulted in revenue reduction in first quarter
  • Record US fuel production supports clean MR tanker rates
    Atlantic MR rates stay near five-week high as vessel supply tightens
  • Passing down the knowledge
    Seafarers are brought up to improvise, to employ resilience and common sense, but this seems to be rather deplored by those producing the regulations
  • Capesize earnings ease on holidays and limited cargo
    Activity said to be slow in both basins
  • Stolt-Nielsen keeps its cards close to its chest on UACC
    Chemical tanker giant will expand its fleet but will not reveal who is a target
  • CMA CGM in fresh talks over 20,000 teu orders
    French carrier actively seeking up to six units to fulfil alliance commitments
  • Industry-led logistics forum launched
    OECD brings groups together to improve the performance of the maritime supply chain
  • Polaris buys secondhand tonnage but denies newbuilding reports
    Korean owner due to take delivery of VLOC at end of this month
  • Trafigura reports stronger coal and metals markets
    Asian demand for crude oil and refined products robust, says trading giant
  • Marshall Islands court rejects Frontline's complaint against DHT
    John Fredriksen's tanker giant suffers another legal setback

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 8, 2017
  • Chittagong shippers face further delays from EU mandate
  • Fresh capacity to keep pressure on US West Coast rates
  • CMA CGM trims carbon footprint
  • Brazil largely unscathed by customs strike, truck delays remain
  • New Orleans port to take over switching railroad
  • Southwest India shippers turn to Cochin for transshipment
  • DP World's UAE terminals not servicing Qatari vessels

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TradeWindsweb site
JUNE 8, 2017
  • Philly Shipyard in talks on Jones Act boxships
    Oslo-listed shipbuilder says new entrant may break duopoly in Hawaii containership trade.
  • Brazil cargo queries boost spot MR rates
    A 'healthy amount' of gasoline and diesel may help keep rates firm through July.
  • Alafouzos arm inks bareboat financing with Ocean Yield
    Shipowner Okeanis Marine sells suezmax to Aker-controlled lessor for $54m and 15-year charterback.
  • Eurotankers retains Nigerian suezmax amid arbitration row
    Nigerian state asset manager Amcon denies backing out of a sale-and-purchase agreement
  • MPC Container Ships seeks $100m from private placement
    German parent and other shareholders have pledged $25m to latest fundraiser.
  • Philippines plans to join Asia's LNG import club
    Archipelago's energy secretary outlines plans to replace depleting gas reserves.
  • China yard asks Vega to find homes for abandoned newbuilds
  • ExxonMobil files tender to time charter MR tanker
  • LNG owners watch and wait to see how Qatar ban plays out
    Ports closure for Qatari cargoes 'a nuisance' but all eyes remain on Egypt and the Suez Canal in what is a 'fluid' situation
  • Shipbreakers chomp on general cargo veterans
  • Bangladesh breaker body bids to reverse import tax
  • Western Bulk to stay asset light after Oslo OTC listing
    Norwegian operator is focusing on the short term and will not 'put it all on red' with newbuilding orders, chief executive says following flotation on junior market
  • Vale taps owners for new bulkers to replace converted tankers
    The Stellar Daisy tragedy accelerates Brazilian miner's plans to offer COA deals to owners
  • Oman shifts expansion focus for 'the greater good'
    Muscat-based Oman Shipping has grown rapidly since it started 14 years ago but is taking a breather under new ownership structure that aims to combine local transport and logistics players under one umbrella
  • From LNG to dry bulk consolidation for Oman Shipping
    Standfirst standfirst standfirst
  • Many stacked OSVs might be gone for good
  • Offshore may bump along the bottom for some years
    The shape of a market recovery, whether a U-shaped rise or a more extended 'bathtub' shape, remains beyond prediction, says a panel of experts
  • LPG carrier crew send out 'mayday'
    Unpaid seafarers on gas ship forced to use lifeboat rations as vessel remains detained in Djibouti
  • Coastal specialist tailors fleet to buy its own 'ticket to ride'
    Thun Tankers customises its newbuilding programme to make it suitable for clients, with focus on replacement not expansion
  • Gail begs for more time to tackle bid deluge
  • Egypt moves FSRU in bid to save costs
  • Offers go in to Total for LNG carrier charter
  • Dynagas LNG quarterly profit misses estimates
    LNG carrier owner sees impact from charter hire cut, but recent refinancing a positive.

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American Shipperweb site
JUNE 8, 2017
  • Hapag-Lloyd lays out UASC integration timeline
    Germany's largest ocean carrier, Hapag-Lloyd, issued a transition timeline Thursday for its merger with Kuwait-based ocean carrier United A...
  • PANYNJ's Bayonne Bridge project completed ahead of schedule
    The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey's Bayonne Bridge navigational clearance project has been completed seven months early, New Je...
  • AAR: U.S. rail traffic continues to rise in May
    The Association of American Railroads (AAR) reported a 6.4 percent increase in combined U.S. carload and intermodal units in May 2017 compa...
  • Atlas Canada acquires Connect Logistics
    Atlas Canada, a subsidiary of Atlas World Group, has acquired freight brokerage Connect Logistics for an undisclosed sum. Atlas Canada sai...
  • U.S. Chamber launches U.S.-Mexico Economic Council
    The U.S. Chamber of Commerce this week started the U.S.-Mexico Economic Council, an organization that will work to improve economic and com...
  • DHL's Hewitt: France's new president good news for international trade
    The inauguration of Emmanuel Macron as France's new president is widely viewed as good news for the European Union, which Macron supports, ...
  • CBP wants travelers to know ugly truths of counterfeits
    U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has launched a campaign to raise public awareness of the dangers related to purchasing counterfeit...
  • Hapag-Lloyd to implement booking cancellation fee
    German shipping company Hapag-Lloyd has implemented a booking cancellation fee for export shipments from Singapore to India at $60 per canc...
  • Port Everglades to purchase three super post-Panamax gantry cranes
    Port Everglades will purchase three Super post-Panamax gantry cranes at a cost of 13.8 million each to meet increasing container demands. ...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JUNE 8, 2017
  • Crude futures weaken further as market searches for bottom
    ICE August Brent settling 20 cents lower at $47.86/b.
  • ARA fuel oil inventories down 27% on-week after VLCC loading
    Fuel oil inventories declined by 27% or 210,000 mt in the week that ended Thursday to 568,000 mt, data from PJK International showed
  • Piraeus, Istanbul bunker indications align on limited barge access
    380 CST fuel oil was heard pegged at $296-$300/mt delivered at both ports Thursday.
  • HSFO barges hit eight-month high on tight supply in Rotterdam
    The physical differential for FOB 3.5% sulfur HSFO barges settled at a $2.25/mt premium Wednesday.
  • ANALYSIS: Confusion hits oil, shipping as Qatar crisis continues
    - Restrictions on vessel movements re-imposed - North Asian oil buyers actively looking for smaller vessels - ENOC, Qatar offer prompt oil - Bunker demand seen shifting from Fujairah to Singapore
  • Singapore bunker suppliers see inquiries jump after Fujairah ban
    25,000 mt-30,000 mt of marine fuel demand already displaced from Fujairah to Singapore so far, some sources said.
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • Wartsila 'no objection' letter under review by Maersk: Quadrise International
    Maersk is participating in a trial of Quadrise's emulsified bunker fuel. The Wartsila letter is expected to confirm that marine MSAR fuel is safe and reliable for Wartsila two-stroke engines.
  • FUTURES: Oil rises on Libyan supply disruption after overnight dive
  • TANKERS: Court denies Frontline's request for injunction against DHT
    Frontline had filed legal action against DHT on May 17 in the Marshall Islands High Court.
  • NWE LSFO cargo paper cracks hit five-month high
    Bullish sentiment triggered by an uptick in demand from Eastern Mediterranean shorts during the summer, and weaker crude complex.
  • FUJAIRAH DATA: Oil product stocks up 1.7% on week to 18.22 mil barrels
    Fujairah port restrictions to affect bunkering.
  • US DATA: Crude, products build, surprise market with bearish stats
    Crude stocks rose 3.295 million barrels to 513.207 million barrels, raising the surplus to the five-year average to 109.847 million barrels.

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