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24 June 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 12:52 GMT+2




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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 14, 2017
  • Maersk Line announces Qatar cargo bookings can now resume
  • Services to Qatar are suspended by Cosco Shipping
  • Sign of a thaw, China and Singapore cooperate on 'Belt and Road'
  • US retail imports expected to reach record highs despite slow growth
  • China exports increase 8.7pc in May, up 8pc the previous month
  • Felixstowe sets a new record handling 20,568-TEU Madrid Maersk
  • Indonesia's Patimban port looks set to commence operations by 2019
  • JSW Infra leading bidder for APMT stake in Gujarat Pipavav port
  • DPW, DB Schenker, Hamburg Sud pull off Oz-China blockchain trial
  • Britain freight lobby urges May to forget full Brexit and remain
  • Chennai port gains from rail push but new threat looms ahead
  • Iran starts Doha airlift to supply beleaguered Qatar food and water
  • EU blocks Bangladeshi cargo unless first screened for explosives
  • Turkish Cargo aims to be in top five pharma carriers by 2023

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Exim Indiaweb site
JUNE 13, 2017
  • Container shipping industry debt showing declining trend, says special report
  • Safmarine launches Online Quote Form to make booking shipments faster
  • Shreyas Shipping and Logistics & Suzue Corporation, Japan sign Joint Venture agreement
  • WISTA International & Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers sign MoU to support professional education for women in the maritime industry
  • Acceptance of late charges (section 46 of Customs Act, 1962)/amendment fees by JNCH on 24 x 7 basis
  • Alonso Group's Barcelona Multipurpose Intermodal Terminal inaugurated
  • Cochin Port Trust facilitating enquiry into collision incident
  • Ministry of Railways to close traffic on Dhanbad-Chandrapura section from June 15
  • Exemption from drawal of samples for the purpose of grant of drawback to AEO certificate holders
  • Govt emphasises that GST will roll-out on July 1

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 14, 2017
  • Nearly every drop of fuel transported by rail
  • Moving milk from the pampas Brazil
  • Palletways welcomes Wandt
  • APL closing ties between India and the Med
  • Port of Guadeloupe banking on next generation
  • Panalpina pushes focus of digitalization
  • Cosco's new stake in Noatum Ports
  • Aeroflot simplifies customs declarations
  • Elisa Mikkolainen named Meriaura MD
  • Box trucking service set up in Wilhelmshaven
  • Prestigious award for Duisport boss Staake
  • Emirates Skycargo lands in Luxembourg
  • TT Club posts solid result in 2016
  • US port takes over short-line railroad
  • Uncertainty over bans on Qatar

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JUNE 13, 2017
    Shipowners could profit big from anti- "slush fund" directive
  • Hamburg salvage consultant buys claims handler
  • Ocean Yield grows OSV exposure with two-ship USD105.4 million deal
  • Tough start for Global Ports Holdings on London bourse
  • Insurer warns there is 'no room for complacency' in shipping
  • Qatar scenarios shipping and port companies need to consider as crisis continues
  • Business as usual at K Line-Noble venture
  • COSCO Shipping Ports buys majority stake in Spanish terminal operator
  • Kim Heng snaps up three Swiber AHTS for USD9.6 million
  • Halkias' shipping venture growing in Singapore
  • SM Group vies for DSME's construction unit

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The Loadstarweb site
JUNE 13, 2017
  • Cosco to take controlling stake in Noatum - is a shipping line next?
  • Latin America draws China freighters with steady rise in charters
  • Shippers and forwarders get the message as iContainers tracks their cargo
  • BMW halts car production due to supply chain snag
  • Seven B747 freighters: what it takes to get Beyonce on stage

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Marine Logweb site
JUNE 13, 2017
  • Kirby to acquire Stewart & Stevenson
  • New DOJ policy could affect MARPOL plea deal payments
  • Norwegian operator takes delivery of versatile barge
  • Shipping losses fall, but Allianz sees risks ahead
  • Crowley Maritime one of America's healthiest companies
  • Foss christens third Arctic Class tug
  • Wartsila 31 main engine to power advanced trawler
  • Seacat Services wins long term wind farm support contract
  • LR launches code for unmanned marine systems
  • Star Cool reefers now feature energy meter

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 13, 2017
  • Qatari LNG carriers that avoided Suez Canal were just killing time, say sources
    Crisis, what crisis? The two vessels had long lead times and could take the long route rather than pay canal...
  • Firmer tone emerging in the supramax bulker market
    China seen to be drawing nickel and coal cargoes, Banchero Costa says
  • Belgian investor Lambilliotte teams up with Ernst Russ
    Ecofin founder out to buy non-performing shipping loans
  • The sad song tanker companies sing in stock markets
    Tanker players all claim to have best operations in the world. But what's the point in trading their stocks if...
  • CMA CGM to acquire Mercosul from Maersk
    French line to launch new South American services as Maersk sells line as part of Hamburg Süd acquisition
  • Why grassroots reporting is still so important
    Say hi to the class of 2017: making maritime reporting a must-have job for future generations
  • UK election results casts further doubt over post-Brexit future
    UK industry bodies urge government not to abandon maritime interests
  • Chemical tanker stranded off the coast of Vietnam
    Chemroad Journey reported to be safe and stable with relevant authorities prepared in case of pollution
  • Seafarers' health: A suitable case for treatment
    Move more, eat well, watch the booze
  • Brace for the first $4bn casualty, warns AGCS
    Despite cost-cutting, crew negligence and inadequate vessel maintenance, the industry's safety record continues to improve, according to Allianz affiliate
  • Drewry upgrades full-year box growth forecast
    Analysts respond to latest uptick in demand with revised estimates of 4% growth for 2017
  • Suezmax and aframax earnings near nine-month low on oversupply
    Owners looking for boost from Qatar and Nigeria left disappointed
  • Qatar rift spreads confusion among VLCCs
    UEA flip-flops over Qatar ban, sending ripples of uncertainty through VLCC industry
  • IMO-EU MRV alignment facing minimum five-year delay
    Emissions verifier lobbying for IMO to allow independent verifiers for data collection
  • GSL seeks options for bond restructuring
    Clarksons Platou Securities appointed to identify opportunities for $346m of notes due in 2019
  • Cosco Shipping's M&A feast: When is the main course?
    Share trading of Cosco Shipping Holdings remains on hold despite acquisition of Noatum Ports and Shanghai International Port Group
  • DSME creditors to start financial aid programme
    Move comes despite investor's lawsuit to block the debt restructuring process
  • ClassNK unveils e-certificate service
    The e-certificate service will be available to Liberian-flagged vessels on ClassNK's register from June 15 onward.
  • Briefing: Diego Aponte puts fleet costs centre stage in MSC success story
  • MSC urges shipping to promote its green credentials
    Shipowners should do more to explain how vessel emissions are being cut, says Diego Aponte

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 13, 2017
  • US distribution and warehouse space scarcer and pricier
  • New Panama Canal locks accelerating US coastal import shift
  • CMA CGM acquisition clears path for Maersk-Hamburg Sud deal
  • LTL carrier Saia readies more Northeast terminals
  • Year after SOLAS rule, doubts over VGM accuracy linger
  • Cargolux seals deal for new China airline
  • Qatar carrier expands coverage to capitalize on crisis
  • MSC monitoring Rickmers crisis
  • Spain dockworkers, employers in strike talks
  • Kerry Logistics kicks off joint venture with Central Asia partner
  • Carriers set new services for growing Indian subcontinent trade

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TradeWindsweb site
JUNE 13, 2017
  • Kirby expands outside of shipping with $710m M&A deal
    Tank barge giant splashes out on Stewart & Stevenson, a manufacturer and distributor for oil, gas, shipping and other industries.
  • Shell, Qatar Petroluem in LNG bunkering deal
    Two of the world's largest gas producers seeks to move needle on LNG bunkering
  • Suezmax rates sink to lowest level of the year
    Research firm says increasing production in Nigeria and Libya means more unsold cargoes.
  • Climate change protest targets Carnival
    UPDATE: Carnival spokeswoman says cruise giant is already the environmental leader in the sector.
  • Line handler sues US over 'shattered' leg on government ro-ro
    Spring line incident leads to $1m claim on privately-crewed vehicle carrier.
  • CMA CGM buys Maersk Line's Mercosul
    French conglomerate adds boxship fleet owned by Brazilian subsidiary of its Danish rival.
  • More than 50 VLCCs storing crude oil
    Affinity Research analyst Nick Pugh notes upward trend due to low oil price.
  • Bulker ran aground in Brazil
    China's Tong Shun got stuck while loading grain at Santos.
  • Tanker rates from Qatar to rise
    UAE ban increasing demand for suezmaxes and product vessels.
  • Ocean Rig avoids delisting for now
    Economou company wins exception from Nasdaq as restructuring continues.
  • DSME to sell shares worth $702m
    Korean shipbuilder aims to boost financial strength with issue of new stock.
  • V.Ships Offshore wins FPSO deals
    UK group to manage Saipem's new conversions in Angola.
  • Seacat Services seals wind farm charter
    UK operator sending ship to support Greater Gabbard development.
  • LR to class unmanned marine systems
    New code aims to make it easier for owners to develop autonomous technology.
  • Greek bulker held in India after fatal collision
    Kerala court orders seizure of log book and VDR from Karlog vessel following incident that killed two fishermen.
  • Wuchang yard wins state MSV order
    Shipbuilder to construct multipurpose offshore ship for China Rescue & Salvage.
  • Ocean Yield invests $105.4m in BP PSV duo
    Diversified shipowner expands its portfolio as it takes control of two ships with 15-year charters attached.
  • Avin boosts MR fleet with Korean duo
    Vardinoyiannis company emerges as buyer of HMM tanker pair.
  • Shearwater scoops Wintershall contract
    Norwegian offshore vessel owner to carry out a seismic survey in the Barents Sea.
  • Singapore banks 'can cope with OSV exposure'
    Ratings agency Fitch believes DBS and others are shielded from slump by earnings buffers.
  • Soechi Lines postpones bond offering
    Expanding Indonesian tanker owner blames market unease and Hong Kong typhoon for decision.
  • Kim Heng buys Swiber anchor handlers
    Singapore-listed offshore player picks ships that failed to find buyer at two previous auctions.
  • MSC plays down Rickmers exposure
    Shipowner says two of three ships it has on charter are due to be handed back in September.
  • OCBC unmoved by Pacific Radiance state aid
    Singapore bank says company still needs new equity injection to deleverage balance sheet.

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American Shipperweb site
JUNE 13, 2017
  • ShipBob gains $17.5m in Series B funding
    Chicago-based e-commerce fulfillment and technology provider ShipBob received $17.5 million in Series B funding led by investment firm Bain...
  • Kerry, Globalink enter into JV under 'Belt and Road' initiative
    Kerry Logistics Network has entered into an agreement with freight forwarder Globalink Logistics DWC to enhance services between Asia and E...
  • South Africa to gain new LPG import facility
    Petredec, a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) distributor, entered into an agreement with Bidvest Tank Terminals, an independent bulk liquid st...
  • Panama breaks ties with Taiwan, formally supports China
    Panama has broken ties with Taiwan in order to establish formal commercial and diplomatic ties with China, according to multiple news sourc...
  • DSME to sell $702m in new shares
    Struggling South Korean shipbuilder Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co. (DSME) plans to sell 793 billion won (U.S. $702 millio...
  • POLB records busiest May in port history
    A total of 648,287 TEUs moved through the Port of Long Beach in May, an increase of 1.2 percent compared to the same month a year ago and t...
  • Clean transport companies call for California cap-and-trade program extension
    A group of 68 companies and business associations involved in the clean transportation industry have signed a letter expressing support for...
  • CP implements infrastructure enhancements
    Canadian Pacific Railway (CP)has undergone infrastructure enhancements to expand its protective and perishable service (PPS) product and re...
  • K + N discloses CO2 emissions on ocean freight invoices
    Kuehne + Nagel (K + N) started printing the total amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions generated by ocean freight shipments on each inv...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JUNE 13, 2017
  • Italy's Trieste bunker prices rise amid berth maintenance
    By contrast, 380 CST fuel oil at the Mediterranean bunkering hub of Gibraltar fell $1.50/mt day on day to $303/mt delivered.
  • US senators reach agreement to expand Russian sanctions
    During a hearing Tuesday, Corker said the new Russian sanctions "send a very strong, strong message to Russia."
  • Durban bunker fuel sinks on improved availability
    The price remains low because of improved availability in Durban, a trader said Tuesday.
  • IEnova looks to diversify operations in Mexico into liquids, clean energy
    The breakdown is $10 million in fuels infrastructure, $10 billion in natural gas and $25 billion for power projects by 2025, he said.
  • Growing Singapore bunker demand to reduce excess fuel stocks: sources
    Increased bunkering demand coupled with fewer incoming high sulfur cargoes could result in tightening Singapore fuel oil supply in the coming weeks.
  • N Asian Qatari oil buyers seek clarity on Fujairah bunkering
    Buyers are seeking other options for bunkering until more clarity from Fujairah emerges
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • External: Marine Bunkering(Rotterdam)B.V.
  • Denmark's Monjasa slows oil cargo trading business to focus on bunkering
    - New office in Cyprus for Greek and Mediterranean markets - UK office to be sublet
  • TRADER NOTE: Middle distillates trader William Handria joins Winson Oil




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