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Sched Netweb site
DECEMBER 18, 2017
  • Asia-Europe rate rises 6.7pc to US$801/TEU, up 9pc to USWC
  • Hong Kong port volume slides 3.6pc to 1.75m TEU in November
  • Uncertainties prevail over Trans-Pacific freight rates amid overcapacity
  • Yang Ming to retire 20 ships and to seek new tonnage in coming years
  • Taiwan's Port of Kaohsiung completes expansion to handle 22,000 TEU ships
  • Major world ports achieve 7.7pc box throughput growth in Q3: SISI report
  • Port of Virginia box throughput edges up 1.9pc to 240,570 TEU
  • Port of Oakland expects box volumes to hit record highs through 2022
  • Cargo volumes at India's ports are expected to quadruple by 2025
  • ICTSI, PNG landowner communities strike deal to move Motukea port project forwards
  • Airlines in Asia Pacific can expect profits to soar to US$9b in 2018
  • Frankfurt Airport's cargo traffic in November is up 5pc to 197,615 tonnes
  • WFS new pharma facility opens in Copenhagen and lands contract with Air India

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Exim Indiaweb site
DECEMBER 17, 2017
  • APL adds Hazira to India Pakistan-Mediterranean Express service
  • CMA CGM launches SERENITY, the Group's new, innovative & complementary set of products
  • Modus operandi of "ship arrests" in India
  • North America roundtrip rates seen to be undermined
  • SCI wins first prize at SCOPE Corporate Communication Awards 2017 under 'Best Corporate Film' category
  • Oilmeal exports surge
  • Floating jetty set to be operational at Haldia soon
  • Tajpur likely to be a Major Port
  • NHAI incentivises officials for timely implementation of Bharatmala
  • Trilateral Highway & Kaladan Multimodal Project to boost connectivity to ASEAN: Nitin Gadkari
  • Turnkey Training offers comprehensive guidance in port & logistics operations
  • Exports back on track with a Nov. surge of over 30 pc
  • Procedure of sealing of containers for export simplified

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International Transport Journalweb site
DECEMBER 18, 2017
  • The hill is getting higher

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IHS Maritimeweb site
DECEMBER 15, 2017
  • P&I Clubs get yet another reinsurance price cut
  • Damen lands first European LNG dredger conversion contract
  • Investment returns salvage nine-month results for Skuld
  • 2017 in review: Insights from shipping leaders
  • The need for seamless systems in shipping
  • Reshaping the shipping business model
  • Laskaridis takes over as head of ECSA
  • 2017 in review: Stopford's four factors shaping shipping
  • 2017 in review: A year of marine insurance living dangerously
  • 2017 in review: Port call sizes continue to rise
  • 2017 in review: Hints of stability offer hope to the offshore sector
  • Sungdong employees petition President Moon to save shipyard

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The Loadstarweb site
DECEMBER 15, 2017
  • U-turn by carriers at Schiphol over slot availability for freighter operators
  • Christmas cheer for east-west box carriers from rate hikes, but will it last?
  • Analysis: Panalpina can flex its financial muscle, but in which direction?
  • Five minutes with Giuseppe Guillot, logistics chief at Kurt Geiger
  • SF Express ready to break ground on new airport in Hubei
  • VIDEO: careers - to sea, or not to sea?

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Marine Logweb site
DECEMBER 15, 2017
  • Algoma Central takes delivery of latest self-unloader from Uljanik
  • DNV GL publishes guideline on use of additive manufacturing
  • BIMCO and CIRM propose standard for shipboard software maintenance

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Lloyd's Listweb site
DECEMBER 15, 2017
  • Anangel exercises two newcastlemax bulker newbuilds at SWS
    Series of 210,000 dwt bulkers vessels under construction for Greek owner now numbers four
  • Greek owners ratchet up new tanker orders
    Enesel, Onassis and Aeolos among companies confirming new VLCC orders
  • Thinking outside the box
    If higher capital costs curb rising asset prices, could active chartering strategies make up for them?
  • Inmarsat aims even higher with Alesund commitment
    As demand for connectivity from the maritime sector is set for a rapid increase, the satellite communications provider targets innovation
  • Daily Briefing
    China dominates this year's annual ranking of influence in the shipping industry, taking the top four positions in the newly...
  • DNV GL reveals a new singlemindedness
    With DNV GL now under single ownership, now is the time to change the classification game
  • SSY buys Danish dry bulk shipbroker Bidsted
    The acquisition will help one of the leading shipbrokers to expand in the dry bulk space
  • IMO appoints new faces as veterans step down
    Heike Deggim and Hiroyuki Yamada to join Secretariat from January 2018
  • Hapag-Lloyd's outlook raised to stable at S&P
    UASC merger and freight rate prospects lift German carrier's credit profile
  • Maersk launches booking system with cancellation penalty
    Senior vice president Silvia Ding expects the online platform to reduce 'no-shows'
  • Containerised freight key in boosting intermodal transportation in India
    Containers help cut handling costs in cargo transfers from one mode of transport to another, says study
  • Skuld cuts technical loss to $13m at nine-month stage
    Impact of big claims offset by commercial profits
  • Safe Bulkers adds post-panamax to fleet
    Purchased vessel has similar specifications to two South Korea-built post-panamaxes in company's fleet
  • Yang Ming eyes major fleet renewal
    Taipei-listed carrier is also in talks to delay three 14,000 teu newbuildings
  • Navios Maritime Containers acquires four pananaxes for $97m
    Company funded the deal with net proceeds from $50m private share placement and $50m from current credit facilities
  • BIMCO and CIRM draw up software maintenance standard for shipping
    Industry associations note that current systems and procedures to handle software have not caught up with technical issues faced on...
  • Japan expands unilateral sanctions on North Korea
    Among 19 sanctioned entities, a total of 10 companies are either shipping or trading firms
  • Singapore adds further funds to LNG bunkering initiative
    Half the S$12m funding will support construction of LNG bunkering vessels, with the rest helping build LNG-driven ships
  • Kexim bank eyes more funding for shipbuilders in 2018
    Bank expects the number of orders to go up next year, keeping the yards busy

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
DECEMBER 15, 2017
  • Brazil customs strike causing truck border delays
  • Trans-Pac spot rates rise on pre-Chinese New Year rush
  • Strawbridge to succeed CEO LaRue at Corpus Christi Port
  • US ports building up cyberattack defenses
  • No break seen in US transport pricing pressure
  • Foote to be CSX acting CEO during Harrison leave
  • Houston packagers ready for resin boom
  • JNPT seeks to rein-in direct port delivery charges
  • Carriers launch Vietnam services for booming intra-Asia trade
  • December increases keep Asia-Europe rates steady

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TradeWindsweb site
DECEMBER 15, 2017
  • KNOT Offshore Partners buys tanker from parent
    Drop-down vessel comes with five-year charter.
  • Industry tributes to 'colleague and friend' Lykiardopoulos
    Former Baltic Exchange director Nicolas J Lykiardopoulos died on Tuesday.
  • Severnaya Verf loss more than doubles
    Russian shipbuilder hit by falling revenue over first three quarters.
  • Newton could take 22% of Titan yard group
    Hong Kong shipbuilder sells $19m convertible bond to UK fund.
  • Rickmers tied to rare capesize bulker buy
    Rickmers Group is being linked with a rare move in the capesize bulker market. Shipbrokers are pointing to the German shipowner as the buyer of the 180,000-dwt CPO America (built 2010). A price of $24.5m is being placed on the Daewoo-Mangalia-built vessel, which was formerly controlled by Claus-Peter Offen. Rickmers Reederei KG is best known for its involvement in the container business and doe
  • HUBLine targets dry bulk expansion with share sale
    Malaysian owner could spend extra cash on new barges and debt repayment.
  • Another Pacific Richfield ship under the hammer
    Receivers Deloitte invite bids for 2011-built anchor-handler.
  • Credit Suisse sees George Economou's Ocean Rig as a seller
    Bank's analysts suggest restructured driller could be sold at the right price in the future.
  • Cosco Shipping's $1.94bn share sale approved
    Government gives green light to owner's newbuilding fundraising placement.
  • BC Ferries pushes up earnings
    Canadian owner benefits from higher volumes in the third quarter.
  • Dof sells laid-up platform supply vessel
    Divestment fits owner's strategy to clean its fleet of older assets.
  • Chinese newbuilding orders down by one fifth
    Overall activity shows fall in first 11 months of the year but overseas activity is up.
  • Subsea 7 wins subsea job from Aker BP
    Contract off Norway valued at between $50m and $150m.
  • Damen wins dredger LNG conversion contract
    Dutch yard to switch French vessel over to dual fuel.
  • SITC linked to YZJ boxship order
    Hong Kong-listed owner said to have signed up for two vessels in China.
  • Croatian orderbooks full for three years
    Chamber of Commerce says shipbuilders busy into 2020.

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American Shipperweb site
DECEMBER 15, 2017
  • Major expansion project at Port of Kaohsiung completed
    Rotterdam-based Van Oord, an international contractor specializing in dredging, marine engineering and offshore projects, has completed the...
  • CMA CGM to offer new line of cargo insurance products
    French container carrier CMA CGM Group is launching a new line of customer-focused cargo insurance products, including one that the firm sa...
  • Report: Yang Ming plans to scrap 20 vessels, renew fleet
    Yang Ming plans to scrap 20 vessels and bring in new ships after state-backed Taiwan International Port Corp. (TIPC) converted $343 million...
  • Saia LTL Freight opens new terminal in Pennsylvania
    Saia, Inc., which provides less-than-truckload, non-asset truckload and logistics services, revealed this week that its Saia LTL Freight su...
  • Port Corpus Christi to handle 3,000 wind turbine parts by year's end
    Port Corpus Christi anticipates handling more than 3,000 wind turbine components by the end of this year, a record over 2016, according to ...
  • Maersk Line drops calls to Shanghai, Shenzhen amid congestion
    Maersk Line has dropped one call to Shanghai and Chiwan Shenzhen each due to severe congestion at both ports, a Maersk spokesperson confirm...
  • St. George Logistics expands Chicago footprint by acquiring Channel Distribution Corp.
    St. George Logistics (STG) has expanded its footprint in the Chicago area through its acquisition of Channel Distribution Corp. (CDC), STG ...
  • SJ Logistics, HMM launch joint Asia-Europe rail service
    SJ Logistics and Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) will jointly participate on a block train service to Europe via the Trans China Railway (TCR...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
DECEMBER 15, 2017
  • ICE Brent/WTI spread dips below $6/b to cap volatile week
    The ICE Brent/WTI spread fell 33 cents to $5.90/b Friday, despite the continued outage of the Forties pipeline, but remains relatively wide encouraging US crude exports to Europe.
  • Bunkering partially suspended at Malta on rough weather
    Bunker operations at Malta have been partially suspended on rough weather.
  • Panama's October marine diesel sales rise 34.94% on year: AMP
    Marine diesel fuel sales in Panama totaled 33,840 mt in October, up 8,762 mt, or 34.94%, from 25,078 mt in the year-ago month.
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • Chevron Marine Lubricants gears up for IMO 2020 sulfur cap in shipping
    Many of the vessels using alternative fuels are dual-fueled, resulting in more extreme operating conditions for engines, and need agile solutions.
  • ANALYSIS: Big Oil to turn corner in 2018 as upstream budgets grow
    - Global upstream capital expenditures seen rising - More major FIDs expected in 2018 - Free cash flows to hit 10-year highs
  • FUTURES: Crude steady on mixed supply indications




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