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21 October 2017 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 05:23 GMT+2




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Sched Netweb site
SEPTEMBER 11, 2017
  • Asia-Europe rate falls 8.4pc to US$812/TEU, off 1.5pc to USWC
  • Beijing approves OOIL sale to Cosco with Shanghai Port owning 9.9pc
  • Port of Long Beach August box throughput up 8pc to 692,375 TEU
  • Adelaide July box volume increases 3pc to 26,251 TEU
  • Higher box volumes drive Ashdod port revenue up to US$173 million
  • Hutch struts its perishable capacity at Fruit Logistica fair
  • Ningbo Zhoushan port's digital platform boosts sea-rail volumes 72pc
  • Drewry urges BCOs to transform contract strategy with ocean liners
  • Hutchison Karachi sets record, makes 3,191 moves in 23 hours
  • K+N, Panalpina win approval to takeover Kenyan perishables
  • IBM explores BlockChain technology with global food suppliers
  • Turks and Persians unite to help blockaded Qatar Arab emirate
  • E-commerce drives digital disruption in air cargo industry
  • DoKaSch adds 50 new RAP-containers to its cool chain
  • Worldwide air cargo up 11.8pc in July, offsetting weak China exports

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Exim Indiaweb site
SEPTEMBER 10, 2017
  • MOL launches 2017 session of 'One MOL Global Management College'
  • NYK selected for DJSI for 15th consecutive year
  • Anti-dumping duty reduced for Indian shrimp exports to US
  • Centre allows import of 3 LMT of raw sugar through southern India ports at 25 pc duty
  • Gujarat Maritime Board & Port of Rotterdam explore strategic partnership
  • HAROPA & Montreal Port Authority sign international cooperation agreement
  • JN Port handles 6.18 pc more containers in April-August 2017
  • Kakinada Container Terminal holds fruitful interaction with the trade
  • Major Ports handle more cargo in first five months of ongoing fiscal
  • Major Ports handle reduced coal volumes
  • Annual Report of RBI for the period July 1st 2016-June 30th 2017
  • MALA 2017 to celebrate excellence & provide food for thought on Sept. 15 in Mumbai

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International Transport Journalweb site
SEPTEMBER 11, 2017
  • Ready for the future
  • Shorter waits for HGVs, more efficient handling
  • ERA position on Brexit
  • New branch in Milan for Mainfreight
  • RZD boosts infrastructure projects
  • Moritz lands at Metrogistics
  • P&I: Swedish Club on track
  • USD 151 million to improve airport infrastructure
  • DSV collaborates with agency in Iran
  • UK: glass cullet taking a train ride
  • Haropa and Montreal close ranks
  • FACC strengthens management team
  • Rickmers Group continuing after bidding process closure
  • Leman acquires Maru in UK
  • Intermodal terminal in Pittsburgh up and running
  • First US disaster relief drone programme
  • Allison Transmission: another CEO after almost 18 years

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IHS Maritimeweb site
SEPTEMBER 8, 2017
  • Weighing the cargo volume impact of Caribbean storms
  • Zeaborn poised for more acquisitions
  • Reshuffle at Bourbon
  • Kleven receives multimillion dollar equity shot in the arm
  • Yang Ming to auction off old containers
  • New type of project cargo vessel goes into service
  • Keppel, Pavilion work with Indonesia on small-scale LNG distribution
  • Braemar Shipping Services expands by acquiring Naves
  • DSME, Samsung HI deny MSC orders hit by North Korea threat
  • Korea Shipping Corporation wins contract from KEPCO unit
  • How record-setting Hurricane Irma could impact shipping

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The Loadstarweb site
SEPTEMBER 8, 2017
  • More rate slippage on east-west trades as carriers prepare for slack season
  • EU unveils its vision for a new, autonomous era in shipping history
  • 'Dear Niall': IATA responds to load factor reporting criticism
  • US forwarder Radiant swoops on Sandifer-Valley Transport
  • Who will deliver Christmas in 2019? asks FTA after Home Office plan is leaked
  • North Korea's missile launch hits South Korean shipbuilding industry

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Marine Logweb site
SEPTEMBER 8, 2017
  • VIDEO: Tough truths on Navy readiness emerge at hearing
  • BAE Norfolk gets $13.5 million Navy award
  • McQuilling analyzes impact of Hurricane Harvey on tanker market
  • USCG issues guidance on compliance with IMO BWM Conventiom
  • MTU premiers ship automation system for the future
  • Global Maritime Forum will tackle tough industry challenges

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Lloyd's Listweb site
SEPTEMBER 8, 2017
  • Diana doubles earnings for panamax with DHL time charter
    Higher rate achieved is indicative of a recovering sector
  • Piraeus port clinches €23.8m deal for Cosco Dalian floating dock
    Acquisition is part of strategic expansion of repair capacity in Chinese-controlled Greek port
  • Pacific and Jones Act product tankers benefit from hurricanes
    Hurricane Irma and Katia seen as bullish factors even as Atlantic rates correct sharply downwards
  • Daily Briefing
    Rickmers comeback, Brexit trade plea and China's coal cuts
  • Last Word: The Smart thing to do
    Will the UK government use London Shipping Week to announce new funding for seafarer training?
  • Skuld technical result slips $22m into red
    Marine insurer points to 'small number of substantial claims'
  • Box lines eye green shoots of recovery
    Container shipping is enjoying a well-earned respite from bad news
  • NAVES acquisition to help Braemar diversify risk and mitigate impact of digitalisation
    Group remains mindful of the challenge posed by digitalisation to the shipbroking market, says Braemar chief executive James Kidwell
  • Last Word: EEX says thank you to 300 guests
    Around 300 people were in London for EEX's thank you bash for its clients
  • US east coast ports prepare for Hurricane Irma
    Hapag-Lloyd declares force majeure as Irma heads north towards the US
  • MSC 22,000 teu ship orders still on the table, says DSME
    Brokers say the deal is far from being firm and that talks may come to nothing
  • Kicking the habit
    Shipping has slowly limited its use of sulphurous fuels to date. What will happen when it goes cold turkey in...
  • Uncovering North Korea's clandestine seaborne fuel imports
    Have fewer product tankers been supplying North Korean ports with fuel cargoes in 2017?
  • Cargo owners' claims against shipowner's limitation fund not time-barred
    In the recent case of Eleni, the High Court of Hong Kong rejected the argument that cargo owners' claims against a...
  • Chinese regulator approves Cosco-OOIL takeover deal
    Cosco Shipping Holdings to hold extraordinary general meeting to seek shareholders' approval on October 16
  • HNA makes formal offer for CWT after pre-conditions met
    HNA to retain CWT's senior management team to ensure business continuity
  • Cosco Shipping Specialised Carriers deputy general manager resigns
    Li Jianxiong left the company due to a "working reason"
  • Keppel, Pavilion Energy and PLN team up for Indonesian LNG projects
    Companies will develop the supply chain to distribute LNG to remote islands of western Indonesia
  • Near-term headwinds test Dynagas Partners' mettle
    Spot exposure and higher interest costs will strain cash reserves, but future is bright
  • UK promises to do "whatever necessary" to attract international shipowners
    Senior minister makes pledge to business leaders as industry bosses spell out risks to UK maritime activities of hard Brexit
  • Seanergy share price regains Nasdaq compliance
    Growing belief in dry bulk sector appears to have given stock a helping hand

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
SEPTEMBER 8, 2017
  • Freight recovery from Irma to last months, spike truck rates
  • ILA's Dennis Daggett resigns from NY-NJ port council
  • US import surge in July belies fall slowdown forecast
  • Trans-Pac spot rates tread water ahead of Golden Week
  • World Bank sounds alarm on logistics worker shortage
  • Rocketing air cargo volume keeps up rate pressure
  • Asia-Europer rates tumble ahead of pre-Golden Week season

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TradeWindsweb site
SEPTEMBER 8, 2017
  • Stolt-Nielsen stocks up with $175m bond
    Oslo-listed owner closes five-year bond issue to refinance existing debt.
  • Atlas linked to landmark drybulk purchase
    Leon Patitsas-led company said to return to drybulk scene after 10 years
  • MPC Containerships eyes buys with $100m bond cash
    Oslo-listed owner's latest fundraiser was over-subscribed.
  • Zvezda taps $122m Gazprombank loan
    New Russian shipyard arranges third loan for cash to get it started on vessels.
  • Vroon seals five-year OSV charter
    Dutch owner's standby ship to work with Premier Oil FPSO.
  • Rates shoot up as PSVs sell out
    North Sea earnings climb as charterers book all 70 working ships.
  • Mokster stretches Norwegian AHTS deal
    Owner keeps Strilborg with country's coastal administration for another year.
  • Currency costs hit Eimskip's result
    Profit chopped at Icelandic containership owner due to forex fluctuations.
  • GoodBulk confirms capesize number nine
    Former Singa Star ship set for delivery in the next couple of weeks.
  • Barska Plovidba increases earnings
    Montenegrin ferry owner reduced costs in the second quarter.
  • Pareto places buy on Songa amid positive market view
    Diana and Star Bulk also upgraded as Chinese steel industry helps drive dry market into 2018.
  • COO leaves struggling Triyards
    Andrew Mak Yeuw Wah pursues other projects as yard group restructures.
  • De Chateauvieux hands over CEO role
    COO Gael Bodenes steps up at Bourbon as owner becomes executive chairman.
  • Seadrill hands another $50m to NADL
    Fredriksen company adds to subsidiary's loan ahead of Chapter 11.
  • Pacific Radiance starts debt restructuring talks
    Singapore-listed offshore vessel operator aims for "consensual restructuring" with lenders.
  • Pirates target Thai product tanker off Malaysia
    Robbers transfer half of ship's cargo of diesel oil, but most are caught after swift response by police.
  • Damaged US destroyer set for lift to Japan
    Semi-submersible vessel will transport USS John S McCain to US Navy repair facility.

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American Shipperweb site
SEPTEMBER 8, 2017
  • Port of LA approves 10-year project labor agreement
    The Port of Los Angeles' harbor board on Sept. 7 unanimously approved a 10-year agreement that it says ensures the quality and timely const...
  • Mercator Line to be listed or restructured
    Dry bulk carrier Mercator Lines has filed an application to wind up the company, which is currently under judicial management, according to...
  • Port NOLA relaunches ro-ro service after 12 years
    A ro-ro vessel has called the Port of New Orleans for the first time since 2005. The Port of New Orleans (NOLA) recently relaunched roll-o...
  • Executive Moves: GPA and East Coast Warehouse & Distribution
    Source: Pressmaster/Shutterstock The Georgia Ports Authority appoints senior director of trade development for ocean carrier and non-contain...
  • FTR: Class 8 orders continues to rise in July
    Net orders for North American Class 8 trucks totaled 20,700 units in July 2017, according to preliminary figures from freight transportatio...
  • Port of NY/NJ's APMT terminal receives its largest vessel ever
    Thanks to the clearance of the Bayonne Bridge (above) being raised, the port is now able to handle ships that can carry as many as 18,000 TE...
  • U.S. Southeast ports hunker down for Hurricane Irma
    U.S. Southeast ports are bracing for Hurricane Irma as the mega-storm moves through the Caribbean, gradually making its way closer to the s...
  • Port of Long Beach posts third-best monthly container volumes ever
    The Port of Long Beach, above, says that it is on pace to have one of its best throughput years in its history. Port of Long Beach terminal...
  • Chinese regulators green light COSCO-OOIL deal
    China COSCO SHIPPING's acquisition of Orient Overseas International Ltd. (OOIL), parent of Hong Kong-based liner carrier Orient Overseas Co...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
SEPTEMBER 8, 2017
  • Oil lower as market braces for Hurricane Irma
    Oil futures were lower in US trading Friday morning as the market braces for the fallout from Hurricane Irma, expected to make landfall this weekend in Florida.
  • Trump waives Jones Act to bring in fuel ahead of Irma's arrival
    The Trump administration is waiving Jones Act requirements until September 15 to address a potential fuel shortage in Florida caused by the approaching Hurricane Irma and lingering Gulf Coast pipeline and refinery disruptions following Hurricane Harvey.
  • Salina Cruz refinery has no major damage after Mexico earthquake
    Pemex reported its 330,000 b/d Salina Cruz refinery suffered no major damages after an 8.2 magnitude earthquake hit southern Mexico.
  • Savannah fuel terminals closing as Hurricane Irma nears
    The Georgia Ports Authority will cease operations ahead of Hurricane Irma at the ports of Savannah and Brunswick Saturday through Tuesday.
  • Durban bunkers hit four-week high on rising benchmark
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • FUTURES: ICE Brent outperforms NYMEX light sweet post-US stock data
  • OIL FACTBOX: Hurricane Irma closes Caribbean storage; Katia heads to Mexico
    Buckeye also said it was "implementing hurricane preparedness plans"




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