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Sched Netweb site
APRIL 19, 2017
  • Singapore's Rickmers Maritime declares insolvency, police probe sought
  • China's GDP growth beats forecasts expands 6.9pc in first quarter
  • China exports up 16.4pc in March - most in two years, but imports slow
  • Former world's biggest ship, 20,170-TEU MOL Triumph, in Hong Kong
  • Shanghai's Yangshan hit by massive congestion as dock chaos spreads
  • LA up 29pc to 788,524 TEU, Long Beach up 8.7 per cent to 505,382 TEU
  • Democrat Cordero replaced at FMC, will now lead Port of Long Beach
  • CMA CGM hikes Asia to west coast Latin America rate US$600/TEU May 15
  • 'Best quarter ever' crows Rotterdam as box volumes rise 8.8pc
  • US Customs seizes US$1.1 million in fake Chinese cell phone accessories
  • US-China trade skirmish sinks distillers dried grain prices 47pc
  • Alibaba, K+N join to offer e-commerce solutions to retail customers
  • APL re-jigs China-South Australia loop to call at 2 new China ports
  • ATSG buys 2 B737-400s for conversion for China's Okay Airways
  • HK Financial Secretary plans to boost local air cargo sector
  • MIA lands 97 top European horses to compete in Miami Beach championship
  • Airbus hits snag as Delta re-thinks commitments to buy 25 A350s

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Exim Indiaweb site
APRIL 18, 2017
  • Iran's Hafez Darya Arya Shipping Lines commences service connecting KICT to ports in Iran & Iraq
  • HTS wins Logistics Quality award at 2017 North American Automotive Global Awards
  • Strike called at Major Ports deferred
  • Teamglobal begins operations at Globicon Terminals, Nhava Sheva
  • Bengaluru airport launches bonded trucking services from Tirupur
  • India & Australia to collaborate on advanced transport technology centre
  • Need for frictionless border stressed post-Brexit
  • Nitin Gadkari calls for fast tracking of award & construction of highway projects
  • Tariff value changes
  • Capt. Bharat Sabharwal's

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International Transport Journalweb site
APRIL 19, 2017
  • More cars, fewer boxes
  • Toll charges to apply for all federal highways from 2018
  • Acquisition of life sciences logistics specialist
  • Cargo flow increased by 16.6% between China and Europe
  • Merger of feeder operations in Hamburg
  • Expanding global hazardous shipping programme
  • Investments in Arkansas rail infrastructure pay off
  • IAG sees cargo potential at Basel airport
  • Fujairah and DP World go separate ways
  • Retail appointments and restructuring at Yodel
  • FELB reaches southern shores
  • J. B. Hunt's net earnings rise
  • Hamburg Süd at Jaxport
  • Cordero takes the lead at Long Beach port
  • Pemco to convert two B737-400 for Okay Airways

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IHS Maritimeweb site
APRIL 18, 2017
  • JP Morgan warns of extended doldrums for crude tankers
  • Rotterdam regains box market share from Antwerp in Q1
  • Sinokor buys three Hanjin post-Panamax container ships
  • DSME wins lifeline as bond holders back second bailout
  • Chu Kong's BGA Holdings buys United Ocean bulker
  • Politicians call for HMM VLCCs to move to Hyundai HI Gunsan yard

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The Loadstarweb site
APRIL 18, 2017
  • Carriers' earning potential increases as spot rates continue upward trend
  • Cargo gives beleaguered United a lift, as other carriers spread their wings
  • Black Sea offers potential for secondary box trades, but the 2M dominates already
  • The world's cleanest cup of coffee
  • Trump moves to restore the powers of US ExIm Bank
  • RoadOne IntermodaLogistics makes three new appointments
  • Jonathan Burke and Michael Collins join MSC UK board
  • Mario Cordero appointed executive director at port of Long Beach

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Marine Logweb site
APRIL 18, 2017
  • GAO: Delay acquiring LCS's frigate successors
  • Rotortug infield support vessel will operate in Timor Sea
  • AMP endorses CBP Jones Act ruling revisions
  • BV grants AIP to production-friendly FPSO hull design
  • Wartsila to power first LNG fueled construction vessel
  • Viking Ocean to build two more, maybe four, at Fincantieri
  • Yara to supply scrubbers for two Toll RO/RO ships
  • Evoqua gears up for increase in BWMS demand
  • SCF Group chooses WinGD X-DF for LNG-fueled Aframaxes

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Lloyd's Listweb site
APRIL 18, 2017
  • Vessel sales usher in new compass for Scorpio Bulkers
    Long-term shareholder returns trample fleet size ambition, according to Robert Bugbee
  • Star Bulk expects further dry bulk consolidation
    US-listed shipowner expects sector to chase scale to appeal to investors
  • South America helps handysize bulker earnings to inch higher
    Pacific market seeing more enquiries emerge for early May dates, says Braemar ACM
  • Liberty Prrudencia: a gross failure in protecting seafarers' rights
    Charity complains of a deafening silence from some quarters over the plight of abandoned crew
  • Seafarer abandonment shames us all
    Cases like Liberty Prrudencia should not be happening in 2017
  • Stena Bulk on the prowl for further growth
    Fresh cargo-carrying opportunities from the Middle East stir tanker giant's imagination
  • Digitalisation and transparency to transform liner shipping
    SeaIntelligence Consulting chief executive Lars Jensen polishes his crystal ball to see what container shipping may look like in 2025
  • Spotlight on Polaris and its converted VLOCs
    Over 40% of all deficiencies in converted VLOCs over the last five years were found in the Polaris fleet
  • Viking Ocean Cruises to order two more vessels from Fincantieri
    Deal will include option for a further pair of vessels of the same specifications
  • Newbuild orders in China fell 25.4% in the first quarter
    Valemax splurge in 2016 exacerbated scale of downturn
  • New alliances to boost Oakland boxship business
    New networks will bring larger vessels to the port and increase efficiency gains, says maritime director John Driscoll
  • Cosco Shipping unit embarks on mixed-ownership reform
    State-owned Pan Asia is seeking equity investment from private sector
  • Dry bulk market to slow in second half, says MSI
    Prospects remain positive in the short term, according to consulting firm
  • MOL pegs further LNG fleet expansion on new Asian markets
    Liquefied natural gas business to tap on short-term growth and be a source of stable long-term revenue, says Takeshi Hashimoto
  • All the DSME bondholders agree to debt restructuring conditions
    Updated: Move paves the way for the shipbuilder to receive much-needed financial aid

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
APRIL 18, 2017
  • NY-NJ port upgrades equipment to cut emissions
  • US shippers turn collaborative as logistics gets more complex
  • OL International acquires project capability with Orion Marine
  • Longview port tilts toward windmill handling trend
  • Antwerp container growth slows
  • ClearMetal bets predictive cargo booking can help transform industry
  • Survey: Shipper displeasure with ocean carriers grows
  • Europe air cargo rallies on ocean slot shortage
  • Amended Indian import tax targets container lines
  • Kobe, Osaka ports upgrade cranes, pursue 200,000 teus

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TradeWindsweb site
APRIL 18, 2017
  • SCF Group looks to train Arctic seafarers
    'Floating laboratory' seen as furthering efforts to open up the Arctic to shipping.
  • SCF and PDVSA lock horns in charter spat
    Russian shipping giant Sovcomflot chasing Venezuelan charterer over $30m in allegedly unpaid hire.
  • Diana Shipping to sell $70m in shares
    Capital raise for bulker owner will fund second-hand purchases in firming market.
  • Sixth firm seeks USCG OK for ballast gear
    Greek engineering firm already completed 30-month testing to get to US Coast Guard.
  • Franklin Templeton sheds Clarksons shares
    US investment firm brings holding in shipbroking giant below 14% mark.
  • Chevron fixture shows two-month high for VLCC spot rates
    Average spot rate for large tankers jumps 15.8% today as Dynacom ship picks up firmer rate.
  • Analyst: Scorpio Bulkers deal should benefit shareholders
    Equity analyst applauds sales by Scorpio Bulkers but says proceeds need to flow to investors.
  • Wartsila wins deal for first LNG OCV
    Finnish group supplying systems for DEME's Chinese newbuilding.
  • Clarksons: NAO has the 'legs to run'
    Hansson company can take advantage of offshore recovery after $50m fundraising.
  • Bahri moving all VLCCs to Saudi flag
    State owner to recognise growth in domestic transport sector.
  • ICBC Leasing demands $195m from EMAS
    Chinese group could seek winding up order if charter debt is not paid.
  • Solstad Offshore fixes CSV to Saipem
    Norwegian owner signs frame agreement with drilling major that will come into effect in June.
  • Scorpio Bulkers confirms $45m sale
    New York-listed owner announces departure of 2014-built pair first reported by TradeWinds last night.
  • FSL aframax placed with Teekay
    SGX-listed owner sees one of two time chartered crude tankers roll off contract.
  • Stifel projects bulker recovery ceiling
    While the bulls are gathering pace analyst Ben Nolan says the bears should not be forgotten.
  • P&O Ferries charters Dutch boxship
    UK operator brings in Holwerda vessel for Zeebrugge service.
  • Atlantska confirms double panamax sale
    Croatian shipowner banking $27m for vessels linked to Navios.
  • Eimskip takes control of CSI Group
    Icelandic line buys into US-based second-hand container trader.
  • JP Morgan cuts tanker rate forecasts
    First quarter projections cut across the board with products looking better than crude longer term.
  • Fincantieri adds two more from Viking Ocean
    Italian yard will deliver cruiseships seven and eight in series to Torstein Hagen's company from 2021.
  • DSME chief pledges 'bone-grinding effort'
    Jung Sung-leep plots path back to normality for shipyard after jumping bond hurdle.
  • Two CSBC workers killed by electric shock
    Taiwanese yard contractors die on heavy-lift vessel in Kaohsiung.

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American Shipperweb site
APRIL 18, 2017
  • Diana Shipping launches public offering of common shares
    Dry bulk vessel owner Diana Shipping launched an underwritten public offering of $70 million of common shares. The global shipping company...
  • FMC is both a regulator and trade facilitator, Cordero says
    Federal Maritime Commissioner Mario Cordero, who will depart the agency next month to become executive director of the Port of Long Beach ,...
  • Port of Antwerp's tonnage increases from container growth
    The Port of Antwerp experienced the best month on record for containers in March. The Belgian port handled 54.3 million metric tons of fre...
  • JDA builds on visibility ecosystem
    JDA Software on Tuesday announced two enhancements to its growing network of visibility partners. First, the supply chain software company...
  • UP to invest $923.1m in rail infrastructure across five states
    Union Pacific Railroad (UP) has announced investment plans totaling $923.1 million across five states as part of its $3.1 billion capital p...
  • Transport Topics: FedEx claims top spot among logistics operators
    Memphis, Tenn.-based integrator FedEx leapfrogged arch-rival UPS to become the largest cargo carrier by freight revenues in 2016, according...
  • Horizon Air reaches tentative labor deal with pilots
    Alaska Airlines subsidiary Horizon Air and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters have reached a tentative agreement to amend their exi...
  • Alliance carriers raise rates while independent lines stand pat
    Ocean carriers belonging to one of the three major east-west vessel sharing alliances - THE Alliance, the OCEAN Alliance and the 2M - have ...
  • Struggling DSME to receive $2.6b bailout
    Struggling shipbuilder Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) will receive a 2.9 trillion won (U.S. $2.6 billion) funding pack...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
APRIL 18, 2017
  • Oil weakens as concerns about downside risk persist
    NYMEX May crude fell 24 cents to $52.41/b. ICE June Brent settled 47 cents lower at $54.89/b.
  • FACTBOX: Comparison of IEA, EIA, OPEC oil market forecasts
    Here are the latest forecasts for the global oil market from the International Energy Agency, the US Energy Information Administration and OPEC
  • Piraeus bunkers tight on busy barges: sources
    The bunker market at Piraeus, Greece, is facing tight supply and an absence of prompt material due to limited availability of barges
  • Rotterdam bunker sales slip by 8.2% in first quarter
    Total sales fell to 2.48 million cu m, down by 8.2% compared with Q1 last year
  • TANKERS: Port fees at Saudi Ras Tanura, Khafji to rise from May
    VLCC, Suezmax and Aframax tankers arriving at the Saudi ports of Ras Tanura and Khafji to load oil will pay higher port charges from May 1
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • Norwegian scrubber company Yara Marine Technologies wins Australian contract
    Work is underway on the first vessel at Jinling Shipyard in Nanjing, China, and the vessel is expected to be delivered in 2018.
  • FEATURE: OPEC in quandary as US shale growth continues, data lag clouds output cut impact
    - Growing consensus in OPEC to extend deal - Ministers meet May 25 in Vienna - Geopolitics could color negotiations
  • Straits Tankers admits first LR2 into its pool: shipping sources
    Straits Tankers' entry into the LR2 market is significant because it is already one the largest pools in the LR1 segment.
  • DRY BULK: Hong Kong-flagged bulk carrier arrested in Singapore
    The SFL Spey's registered owner is Liberian company SFL Spey Inc
  • FUTURES: Crude rangebound as market awaits US inventory data




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