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18 March 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 01:22 GMT+1

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Sched Netweb site
DECEMBER 19, 2017
  • Shanghai port's November volume soars 11.8pc, rising 8.2pc in first 11 months
  • CSX boss Hunter Harrison dies at 73 - just days after going on medical leave
  • Maersk Line scraps port call to Shanghai, Shenzhen due to congestion
  • Wilmington port wins permission to complete refrigeration process on dock
  • CMA CGM to offer new insurance for cargo damage and loss
  • APL adds 3 port calls to its India Pakistan-Mediterranean (IPM) express service
  • APL chalks up 150 years to become one of Japan's longest-serving shipping lines
  • eCommerce logistics hub for CEE-China agricultural products opens in Bulgaria
  • UPS ready onslaught during holiday season after cyber week surge
  • Lufthansa Cargo provides extra Xmas Frankfurt-NY flights for Deutsche Post
  • Xeneta expands to provide air cargo rates benchmarking service in 2018

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Exim Indiaweb site
DECEMBER 18, 2017
  • "K" Line takes delivery of large VLCC
  • China-Vietnam Express service to be launched
  • Hapag-Lloyd envisages growth in merchant shipping in Mexico for 2018
  • IMO adopts vision & strategic directions
  • OOCL introduces Japan Vietnam service to enhance its intra-Asia network
  • SCFI Asia-N. Europe rates up again
  • THE Alliance looks forward to continued success in 2018
  • The Foundation Det Norske Veritas assumes full ownership of DNV GL
  • Container throughput up at major global ports
  • Containerised cargo has second highest share in Major Ports during April-Nov.
  • Procedure for execution / monitoring of "No Use Bond" in respect of clearance of import FCL containers involving NOC from Participating Government Agencies (PGAs)-Reg
  • Patrik Ziegler appointed Managing Director of GAC North America

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IHS Maritimeweb site
DECEMBER 18, 2017
  • Slideshow: Top takeaways from Fairplay's EU MRV webinar
  • Brighter future for Swedish registry as new tonnage tax starts to work
  • MSC to convert 11 mega container ships at Beihai Shipbuilding
  • Energy transition specialist Miriam Maes takes chair at port of Rotterdam
  • COSCO Shipping Energy Transportation orders seven tankers from CSSC Guangzhou
  • JERA and EDF set up LNG trading firm
  • HMM may order up to 21 container ships in 2018
  • Hyundai HI aims to be market leader in LNG-powered ships
  • KSmart buys and leases back ships from South Korean owners

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The Loadstarweb site
DECEMBER 18, 2017
  • Asian volumes still switching to Canadian ports from US hubs as fears grow over rates
  • Gateway set to lose Asia-Europe box service as THE Alliance revamps network
  • Blockchain ePODs 'can help eliminate supply chain cashflow bottlenecks'
  • Vancouver port workers rally against controversial border pre-clearance changes
  • Delta Cargo flights hit by power outage at Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson
  • North American railroad legend Hunter Harrison dies at 73
  • China lavishes aid on Pakistan town, as it builds a deepwater port

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Marine Logweb site
DECEMBER 18, 2017
  • VIDEO: Ponant orders cruise icebreaker with hybrid LNG dual fuel power
  • Ingalls gets $63 million for initial phase of Fitzgerald repairs
  • Washington State launches Maritime Blue initiative
  • Hyundai Heavy develops designs for larger LNG fueled ships
  • Nexans extends charter of GC Rieber construction vessel
  • Damen and Concordia Group form inland waterways JV
  • One third of ships will fit scrubbers, predicts Foreship
  • How hackers could sink bulk carriers
  • PODCAST: Nautican's Elizabeth Boyd Discusses Propulsion Efficiency

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Lloyd's Listweb site
DECEMBER 18, 2017
  • CHIRP Maritime Feedback translated into Tagalog
    Programme was established in 2003 to provide an independent confidential reporting system of the type already then in place in...
  • Vale looks to the next generation of VLOCs
    Vale secures second and third generations of VLOCs in a way that can befriend shipping firms while not worsening overcapacity
  • Forties closure hurt aframax demand as suezmax escapes from Nigerian strike
    Update: PENGASSAN halts its planned nationwide strike
  • Jefferies new research guru bets on LNG and product tankers in 2018
    New lead shipping analyst Randy Giveans sees capacity shortages for the first time in 10 years
  • Rickmers rescue on hold until 2018
    Deal was due to be signed off last month
  • Daily Briefing
    The 2017 Lloyd's List Top 100 Most Influential People in Shipping is available online now
  • Cosco Shipping orders seven tankers from GSI
    Deliveries are scheduled between November 2019 and January 2021
  • Money committed to new boxship orders stays subdued
    Clarksons data shows that ordering restraint continues despite contracts for 22,000 teu ships
  • India's coal growth promises opportunities for dry bulk
    Coal consumption to get boost from power sector
  • Tilbury advances port expansion plan
    Port authorities submit development consent order to the Planning Inspectorate to build Tilbury2
  • The Alliance unveils details of services to be launched from April 2018
    The group will roll out 33 services covering the Asia-Europe/Mediterranean, transpacific and transatlantic trades
  • Union ends industrial action at Melbourne port's VICT
    The management has reinstated a worker whose employment had been terminated on grounds of national security clearance
  • Rotterdam to pilot fixed window service for container barges with inland cargoes
    Service allows barge operators to to load or offload a larger volume of containers at Hutchison Ports' Europe Container Terminals...
  • Aframax market to remain challenging, says Gibsons
    Freight rates to remain under pressure in the coming year
  • MSC goes ahead with plans to stretch boxships to expand capacity
    Vessels to be upgraded by a CSIC subsidiary yard to 17,000 teu from 14,000 teu
  • V.Group in deal with Clipper to grow dry bulk vessel management market
    Both companies will operate under separate documents of compliance to meet the specialist needs of tanker and dry bulk clients
  • Newcastle readies for diversification amid future coal woes
    New chairman of Australian port warns that New South Wales' Hunter region and port must invest elsewhere to thrive

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
DECEMBER 18, 2017
  • ELD era begins for US truckers, shippers
  • New York backs upstate inland port
  • Analysis: Infrastructure - post-Brexit UK's critical asset
  • Spotlight now on CSX's Foote to soothe shippers
  • CMA CGM's APL adds west coast India call
  • Cargo tech seen cutting costs, boosting productivity
  • Shippers face post-Lunar New Year changes

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TradeWindsweb site
DECEMBER 18, 2017
  • Experience seekers benefit cruise industry
    Economy and other factors may hurt sector, according to UBS analyst.
  • Vard to build first hybrid cruise icebreaker
    Vessel will be built for French cruise company Ponant.
  • Steensland raises offer price to cement Solvang takeover
    Unity Invest will own 96% stake in Solvang, following completion of offer.
  • NAT sees positive 2018 on back of $600m financial overhaul
    Initiative will make suezmax specialist 'one of the strongest companies' on Wall Street, Hansson tells shareholders.
  • Mavrinac to lead Jefferies investment banking team
    Veteran analyst takes on senior investment banking position with long-term associate stepping up.
  • Forties fracture starting to hit PSVs
    Vessel demand drops as platforms shut down in North Sea.
  • Marnavi heads to China for tanker duo
    Italian owner orders product carrier pair at Wuchang.
  • Norden takes Greek tanker on time charter
    Contract comes at the end of a busy year for the Danish owner's tanker division.
  • Damen and Concordia Group form JV
    Dutch shipbuilders teaming up on inland waterway vessels.
  • SITC heading for 40% profit rise
    Boxship owner has enjoyed strong 2017 so far as volumes rise.
  • Stifel shifts Golar Partners to buy and stays bullish on parent
    MLP raised to buy ahead of Hilli Episeyo dropdown and anticipated contract awards.
  • First Ship Lease in talks to extend $480m loan
    Singapore tanker and boxship owner wants to buy more time to refinance debt.
  • Sinokor VLCC said to be 11th scrapped globally in 2017
    Reported price is the highest seen in the market for such tankers this year, sources say.
  • Thorco Projects moves into Italy and France
    Danish owner's global network strengthened with two new offices.
  • THE Alliance reveals bigger plans for 2018
    ONE, Yang Ming and Hapag-Lloyd to run 250 ships on all east-west trade lanes next year.
  • Viking Supply: outlook gloomy until spring
    Oslo-listed owner sees a highly challenging market next year following bigger Q3 loss.
  • Clarksons sees scrapping at 'elevated levels'
    Shipbroking giant expects strong demolition activity despite 20% year-on-year fall.
  • SS Teo plans to keep PIL "nimble"
    Boxship boss wants to maintain freedom through independence.
  • Shipping backed by most favourable tide in a decade
    Jefferies expects all core markets to see an improvement in 2018.
  • Clipper teams with V Group on bulker management
    Cooperation sees 28 office staff and 1,000 crew added to Dania Ship Management venture formed with Nordic Tankers.
  • GC Rieber stretches Polar King charter
    Construction ship to stay with Nexans until August 2019.
  • Viking Ocean orders two more cruiseships
    Torstein Hagen company back at Fincantieri for ninth and tenth ships in series.
  • Mikaelsen leaves Subsea 7 after 25 years
    Vice president to be replaced by strategy and technology executive Stuart Fitzgerald at Oslo-listed owner.
  • APL looks to widen Middle East presence
    CMA CGM subsidiary is adding new port calls to its India Pakistan-Mediterranean service.
  • Cosco Shipping Energy orders more tankers
    Hong Kong-listed owner adds to newbuilding tally with series of crude and product tankers.
  • Burgess Marine goes into administration
    Difficult trading conditions and unpaid bill for refit project spell the end for UK shipyard group.
  • Newcastle set to reduce coal dependence
    Aussie port to continue move away from commodity exports and target cruise and containers.
  • Brand new handymax bulker grounds in US
    Taiwanese-owned ship said to have taken on water in two forward compartments.
  • Barclays in talks for Seadrill investment
    As John Fredriksen-led drilling company seeks to cement pre-packaged bankruptcy, another alternative track emerges.
  • KNOT Offshore Partners buys tanker from parent
    Drop-down vessel comes with five-year charter.

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American Shipperweb site
DECEMBER 18, 2017
  • SensiGuard SCIC: Cargo theft expected to increase during holiday season
    Losses of cargo due to theft are expected to increase during the 2017 holiday season compared to last year due to many factors, including t...
  • Longtime railroad executive E. Hunter Harrison dies at 73
    Longtime railway executive E. Hunter Harrison died on Saturday at the age of 73. A former president and chief executive officer of Class I...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
DECEMBER 18, 2017
  • SAUDI DATA: October crude exports rise 325,000 b/d on month
    Crude oil exports from Saudi Arabia in October rose 325,000 b/d month on month to 6.874 million b/d, having fallen to six-year lows in September, the latest data from the kingdom showed Monday.
  • Forties outage lifts prospects for US crude exports
    The closure of the Forties pipeline system last week has created fresh export opportunities for US producers in Europe and Asia, which should keep downward pressure on crude inventories.
  • OPEC's alliance triumph to face stiff tests in 2018
    With a renewed output cut agreement in place through the end of 2018 that brings Libya and Nigeria into the fold, OPEC enters the new year brimming with confidence that its market rebalancing efforts will remain on track.
  • Houston Ship Channel closed to all traffic due to fog
    Houston Ship Channel pilots suspended all boardings for both inbound and outbound vessels at 2:08 pm CST (2008 GMT) Monday, a dispatcher said, due to heavy fog.
  • ICE Brent inches higher, putting premium to WTI over $6/b
    ICE February Brent rose 18 cents to $63.41/b Monday as the prolonged closure of the Forties pipeline remains supportive, while NYMEX product crack spreads strengthened after having slipped recently.
  • Trafigura gets creative as trade finance becomes elusive
    A tough financing environment and the pressures of a highly competitive and low-margin business have forced commodity traders to tap new, and often unusual, avenues for raising cash.
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • External: Marine Bunkering(Rotterdam)B.V.
  • FUTURES: Crude stable on lack of fresh drivers
    ANZ bank in a report early Monday said investor uncertainty was stoked by the series of conflicting issues last Friday.

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