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22 March 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 18:45 GMT+1

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Sched Netweb site
SEPTEMBER 19, 2017
  • Hong Kong container throughput dips 1.7pc to 1.8m TEU in August
  • HK's high property prices hinder port expansion, official says
  • Hapag-Lloyd increases rates by US$300/TEU from NE Asia to OZ
  • Overcapacity fears from new ULCVs unfounded, says Alphaliner
  • Much improved charter market, but mega ships pose lasting danger
  • DCT Gdansk receives first direct US military armoured brigade to Poland
  • Beijing starts banning American recyclable scrap imports
  • Yang Ming deploys DNV GL's ECO Insight data monitoring system
  • Flower and perishable logistics conferences to be held in Nairobi
  • K+N unveils new logistics solution for lithium batteries for electric vehicles
  • Qatar Airways Cargo starts freighter services to Pittsburgh
  • DHL Express opens 60,000 square metres of warehousing at Budapest Airport

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Exim Indiaweb site
SEPTEMBER 18, 2017
  • "K" Line continues to be selected as an Index Component Participant of Dow Jones Sustainability Asia Pacific Index
  • Bengal Tiger Line & Jediv Cargo Management facilitate carriage of over-length project cargo in container
  • Constructive dialogue on more efficient handling of inland container shipping leads to action plan at Rotterdam port
  • Econship launches Econ App at 9th Foundation Day celebration
  • Hapag-Lloyd orders 7,700 new reefer containers
  • Khimji Ramdas delivers rig & accessories in Oman
  • SCFI Asia-Northern Europe spot rates down
  • SCI observing 'Swachhta hi Sewa' Abhiyan
  • UK freight forwarders to soon get updated trading conditions
  • US FMC authorises The Alliance to establish contingency fund
  • Procedure to be followed for import under DEEC/EPCG Scheme
  • Exports again rise, but labour-intensive sectors a worry
  • Premier Futsal League 2017 kicks off

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International Transport Journalweb site
SEPTEMBER 19, 2017
  • Celebrating 50,000th covered hopper wagon
  • Europa launches money back express service
  • Milestone reached in Kaikoura rail rebuild
  • Milestone in Zim's southern China hub
  • New owner for Greek rail operator
  • Banking on reefer business: Hapag Lloyd
  • Customs and export expert joins North Point
  • Distribution centre opening next month
  • Airbus to the rescue after Irma
  • New shuttle connecting Belgium and Austria
  • CMA CGM on the crest of a wave
  • IFLN establishes new global projects network
  • From CWT Commodities (USA) to Host Logistics
  • Atlas Air flying for DHL
  • Egyptian pedigree horses to Europe again
  • TFG Transfracht inducts Pahnke into management

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IHS Maritimeweb site
SEPTEMBER 18, 2017
  • Marine uncertainty threatens insurers' ability to operate
  • Disruption is coming, marine insurers warned
  • Hurricane losses 'potentially a game changer' for marine insurers
  • A look back at London International Shipping Week 2017
  • Technological advances promise cheaper maritime internet
  • Koch books VLCCs for long periods
  • MOL expands wood chip shipping business
  • STX O&S and sub-contractor fined USD60,000 over fatal blast
  • Samsung HI and others face USD33 million penalty for delayed LNG ships
  • Yangzijiang disposes of warehousing subsidiary

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The Loadstarweb site
SEPTEMBER 18, 2017
  • CMA CGM 'outperforms the industry' as Q2 profits hit $227m
  • XPO Logistics Europe appoints Malcom Wilson as new CEO, while Richard Cawston becomes MD Europe supply chain
  • Intra-Asia air cargo trades set for bumper peak season, says forwarder
  • Vietnam signs up to ratify international TIR haulage convention
  • Florida forwarders begin picking up the pieces, but trucks are in short supply
  • Saudi Arabia to seek bidders for 1,000-mile Red Sea-Gulf railway
  • White paper: how to cut costs with automated freight payment systems
  • Hapag Lloyd orders 7,700 new reefer containers as demand grows
  • MEPs give international flights respite from EU carbon fees until 2021
  • ABP CEO James Cooper announces it's time to step down

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Marine Logweb site
SEPTEMBER 18, 2017
  • Hurricane relief efforts demonstrate NSC's capabilities
  • Wärtsilä launches a new tug portfolio
  • Canadian Coast Guard ship gets speeding ticket
  • Eastern awarded OPC Long Lead Time Material contract
  • DP World to buy Dubai Maritime City and Drydocks World
  • SeaOne inks LOI with Sembcorp Marine for large CGL carriers

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Lloyd's Listweb site
SEPTEMBER 18, 2017
  • Handysize bulkers see earnings at five-month high
    Grains trade revised up
  • DP World announces dual Dubai maritime acquisitions
    Port operator agrees $450m deal for Maritime World and Drydocks World
  • Say what you mean: Drive to standardise port jargon aims to cut inefficiencies
    The Port of Rotterdam will pilot the use of new global definitions this year
  • ICS and BIMCO call for decarbonisation after 2050
    Shipowners reject binding commitments for emissions reductions
  • London shipping week focuses on mega trends
    Shorter and sharper next time
  • Daily Briefing
    China's offshore wind is now a multibillion dollar shipping market
  • Scorpio Tankers books $33m transaction costs for Navig8 merger
    Product tanker giant slides into second-quarter loss but is poised to redeploy Navig8 ships to in-house pools next month
  • Sembcorp Marine signs letter of intent to build compressed gas liquid carriers
    Vessels will sail on trade routes between the US and South America
  • Last Word: Team Liscr braves the elements for charity
    The Liberian Registry team came seventh in the Oscar Dragon Boat Race, held in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital
  • Polaris to replace converted VLOCs with newbuilds
    Company decides to renew fleet following the loss of Stellar Daisy earlier this year
  • Last year was toughest for shipping since 1990, says Clarksons Research head
    But hopes for world economy underpin recovery perspective
  • Lines battle to keep ocean freight rates buoyant
    Little sign of pre-Golden Week spike in demand as lines prepare for a difficult Q4, but analysts believe a rates...
  • Hapag-Lloyd expands reefer fleet
    UASC merger prompts 7,700 unit order to meet growing demand for refrigerated cargo
  • Ocean Rig gets Cayman court approval to begin debt restructuring
    Company now awaiting US hearing to proceed with debt restructuring plans
  • Teekay Tankers looks to buy back up to $45m in shares
    Company also seeking approval from key stakeholder to carry out share issuance
  • Hyundai Heavy faces tough road ahead despite order increase
    Labour dispute has led to delivery delays and quality issues
  • Korea's national shipping consortium appoints chairman
    Jung Tae-soon, chief executive of Sinokor Merchant Marine, has taken up the post
  • Can Japan three move towards ONE in dry bulk too?
    Trade data sharing move may lead to more barriers coming down between the former intense rivals, which also have similar...
  • JES net profit surges on waiver of payables to units
    Company still seeking a viable business model after recent acquisition plans were scrapped
  • Difficult conditions prevail for cargo market
    Premiums were 6% lower last year, says IUMI cargo committee chairman Nick Derrick
  • Yangzijiang offloads logistics unit as part of cost-cutting measures
    Warehousing company to be offloaded for $76,000
  • Global marine premiums fell 9% in 2016, IUMI told
    Part of the deterioration attributed to a stronger US dollar
  • DP World opts not to renew port contract in Indonesia
    Terminal operator disappointed by renewal terms offered by Indonesian authorities
  • Marine insurance on cusp of digital transformation
    Sector must 'transform business model', says IUMI president Dieter Berg
  • Hurricanes will hurt marine insurers, IUMI head warns
    Big hits expected from Harvey and Irma

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
SEPTEMBER 18, 2017
  • US container trade growth forecast downgraded
  • US Ex-Im Bank backers urge quick action on nominees
  • India-Bangladesh rail service to cut Chittagong congestion
  • Cosco temporarily diverting cargo away from Prince Rupert
  • Indian ports pursue integrated container-tracking network
  • Limited success shows loss of GRI importance

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TradeWindsweb site
SEPTEMBER 18, 2017
  • NYSE scrubs NADL listing from big board
    Move comes after John Fredriksen-led parent firm files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
  • Scorpio: Harvey helping rebalance markets
    UPDATE: JP Morgan lowers estimates for third quarter based on spot bookings, but hopes for 2018 recovery.
  • IUMI sees more falls in cargo premiums
    Declines come as head of insurance organisations warns of 'shake-up' in marine underwriting.
  • Clarksons Research: OSV sentiment 'fragile'
    Market may have bottomed out, broker says, but 1,800 ships remain in layup.
  • Diana Shipping earns better rate on panamax
    Athens-based shipowner sees year-on-year gain for ship's hire amid improving dry bulk rates.
  • DP World makes double $405m move
    Dubai-based terminal operator acquires 100% of repair yard Drydocks World and Dubai Maritime City.
  • Wolber takes top job at Crystal Cruises
    Disney man replaces Edie Rodriguez, who has a new project lined up.
  • Cocaine found on Danaos ship in Peru
    Greek vessel underway again after bags of drugs discovered by crew at Ilo.
  • Libya intercepts Albanian cargoship
    Coastguard seizes Envi I on suspicion of smuggling construction materials.
  • Scorpio Tankers sees red in second quarter
    Emanuele Lauro-led company reports bigger than expected loss as tough market conditions persist.
  • SeaBird raising $13m in share sale
    Restructured offshore owner wants more cash in the bank.
  • Agia Zoni II clean-up response "disgraceful"
    Authorities and insurer under fire following slick from sunken Greek tanker.
  • DP World pulls out of Indonesia
    Dissatisfied terminal operator decides not to renew the operating contract for Surabaya.
  • South Korean yards tipped for profit miss
    Major shipbuilders weakened by higher costs in third quarter.
  • Sinokor Merchant Marine snaps up VLCC
    South Korean shipowner continues to stalk secondhand markets.
  • Sembcorp clinches order for SeaOne CGL ships
    Singapore yard to build more pioneering vessels for Texas owner.
  • SCI confirms deal for BW VLGC
    Indian owner makes large gas carrier debut with acquisition of BW Vision.
  • Korean yards fighting steel price rise
    Big three shipbuilders in talks with Posco and others over costs.
  • CMA CGM confirms 22,000-teu boxship order
    French liner giant gives greenlight for newbuilds as it reports a return to profit in second quarter.
  • Ezion plans second bondholder meeting
    Singapore offshore vessel operator looks to update bondholders on latest refinancing proposals.
  • Apeejay snaps up panamax bulker
    Indian-based shipowner raids the secondhand market to pick up veteran gearless vessel.

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American Shipperweb site
SEPTEMBER 18, 2017
  • NASA awards space cargo handling contract to Leidos Innovations
    Leidos Innovations Corp. has won a cargo handling contract from NASA to provide pressurized cargo packing and unpacking for the Internation...
  • DP World will not renew Indonesia terminal contract
    Dubai-based terminal operator DP World has announced it will not renew its operating contract for PT Terminal Petikemas Surabaya (TPS) in I...
  • U.K. releases code of practice for maritime cyber security
    The U.K. is asking vessels to use better practices in maritime cyber security, according to Transport Minister Lord Callanan. The Departme...
  • Cargo demand rises for European airlines in August
    European airlines saw record levels of cargo demand in August, with Europe's largest cargo carrier, Lufthansa, and Finnair seeing the bigge...
  • Union Pacific restructures marketing and sales organization
    Union Pacific is redesigning its marketing and sales organization "to align with evolving customer needs," the Class I railway revealed Fri...
  • Idaho potatoes bound for Japan
    The Japanese government will allow the import of U.S. chipping potatoes from Idaho, marking the end of an 11-year ban on these shipments fr...
  • Celadon divests flatbed division
    Indianapolis-based trucking and logistics company Celadon Group, Inc. has finalized the disposition of substantially all assets associated ...
  • U.S. files asset forfeiture lawsuit against California aluminum producer
    The U.S. Justice Department has filed a complaint against California-based Perfectus Aluminum Inc, alleging the company illegally imported ...
  • Trump nominates full Ex-Im Bank board slate
    President Trump on Sept. 15 announced three more nominations to serve as U.S. Export-Import Bank board members. Along with two previously ...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
SEPTEMBER 18, 2017
  • FUTURES 5: Oil complex mixed as crude struggles to break higher
    NYMEX October crude topped $50/b, but was unable to hold above that mark, settling Monday at $49.91/b, up 2 cents. ICE November Brent fell 14 cents to $55.48/b.
  • Bunker trader OceanConnect expands UK supply operation
    OceanConnect will use the 300 dwt barge Armador II to deliver marine gasoil between Ipswich and Dover
  • External: Praxis Energy Agents S.A
  • Iraq's AISSOT makes first delivery of bunker fuel at Basra
    Targets bunker sales volume of 200,000 mt/month across Basra, Khor Al-Zubair and Umm Qasr over the next two years.
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • TRADER NOTE: BW Group's Ten, Kristensen swap seats in Singapore, Copenhagen
    The reshuffling comes soon after Kurt Miao in the clean chartering desk in Singapore left to join Zenrock Commodities Trading.
  • Wartsila unveils new eco-friendly, fuel efficient tug designs in Singapore
    "We believe that new tugs will in future rely more and more on battery and hybrid propulsion," the company said.
  • TRADER NOTE: Tom Wolber appointed president & CEO of Crystal Cruises
    Tom Wolber succeeds Edie Rodriguez.
  • FUTURES: Crude stable amid lack of fresh cues
  • Bunker supplier Brightoil launches new online trading platform
    New platform will help reduce bunker fuels costs too, company says.

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