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Sched Netweb site
SEPTEMBER 20, 2017
  • Cosco box terminals record 13pc growth in August to 7.7m TEU
  • DP World to quit PT Terminal Petikemas Surabaya in 2019
  • Hapag-Lloyd orders 7,700 new reefer containers
  • Carrier rate discipline crumbles as liners fight for market share: Alphaliner
  • Cost-based pricing to capture more cargo owners to India's Krishnapatnam port
  • Maersk uploads details of global container fleet to BoxTech database
  • NYK to deploy binary cycle power generation system on neo-panamax vessel
  • Konecranes signs deal to service own cranes at biggest terminal in Antwerp
  • Latin America, pharma issues to be discussed at TIACA Executive Summit
  • Cargo traffic at HKIA soars 10pc to 412,000 tonnes in August
  • Cathay Pacific posts 12pc cargo tonnage growth in August
  • Air cargo growth to lift Deutsche Post DHL Group's revenues in 2017

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International Transport Journalweb site
SEPTEMBER 20, 2017
  • Scoring a supply chain bulls eye
  • Certification for hopper car with aluminium-alloy roof
  • Switzerland: railfreight growth impeded
  • Technical loss for 5th year in marine insurance sector
  • Hankook reinforces sales team in Austria
  • Eurolog launches new website
  • New rail route from Russia to China
  • Arkas going for the North
  • 120 new vehicles for Ceva
  • Airbus US plant receives 50th shipset
  • Corrado takes on COO role at ATSG
  • Prince Rupert welcomes first unit train
  • Contract strategy matters, warns Drewry
  • First speed dating for forwarders in Germany
  • Kazakh airport to support disaster relief efforts
  • Three more members for Pharma.Aero network

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IHS Maritimeweb site
SEPTEMBER 19, 2017
  • Energy insurers told sector is in major trouble
  • Earnings boost for Ernst Russ
  • Insurers call for action on firefighting standards
  • Market capacity balance to continue improving, says Hapag CEO
  • No excuses for poor underwriting, marine insurers told
  • Mergers in the P&I space would be bad for shipping
  • Struck-off bunker supplier Universal Energy to liquidate
  • Pakistani recyclers lure shipowners with higher prices
  • Iranian offshore plant orders fall through, says DSME

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The Loadstarweb site
SEPTEMBER 19, 2017
  • Toys R Us can keep supply chain moving despite bankruptcy ahead of peak season
  • BIFA updates its STCs to protect members as global trade evolves
  • Marine insurers demand better protection for containerships against fire
  • Logistics start-up round-up: IMMLA's ICO; clicktrans in UK; Infosys-CMA CGM tie-up
  • Air freight demand stays strong into the second half, alongside rising yield trend
  • Global BCOs hit by fourth quarter of rising contract rates from Asia
  • Ex-Im Bank could be back in business with new board nominations

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Marine Logweb site
SEPTEMBER 19, 2017
  • Skangas Coralius carries out first ship-to-ship LNG bunkering
  • VIDEO: First autonomous vessel control system now on market
  • New understanding of hazards posed by bauxite cargoes
  • Ecochlor named one of fastest-growing manufacturers by Inc.
  • Conrad Shipyard to build two 3,000 hp tugs for Harley Marine
  • Mega yachts to have Nacos Platinum integrated bridge systems
  • Austal USA delivers LCS 12
  • MAN variable speed gensets picked for Louis Dreyfus WSOV
  • Next generation fast crew supply duo goes to work

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Lloyd's Listweb site
SEPTEMBER 19, 2017
  • Marcura buys two IT firms in drive for maritime expansion
    Dubai-based software firm seeks to improve online offerings for tramp shipping
  • Supramax earnings rocket
    East coast South America and intra-Asian trades support rates moving up
  • Decarbonisation coalition heading to the UN
    Focus to be on shipping's contribution to meeting the global 1.5 degree limit
  • Last Word: Soldiering on for the right reasons
    PIL managing director S S Teo holds on to Singapore's last locally-owned container shipping line for "old fashioned" reasons
  • Further boxship consolidation to make alliances less relevant
    Large shipping corporations, especially state-backed ones will become a dominant force on the industry landscape, says McKinsey Shanghai partner Steve...
  • Weak VLCC freight rates to persist through winter, says McQuilling
    Brokerage lays out bearish full-year forecasts on benchmark routes but Atlantic crude supplies could offer support
  • APL returns first profit since 2010
    Average freight income per teu grows by 22% to $969, while volume is up 4% to 2.5m teu
  • Chinese appetite for global port assets remains strong
    Drewry says China's port operators will maintain an aggressive overseas investment strategy
  • CMA CGM mulls scrubbers versus LNG for 22,000 teu newbuilds
    Update: the French shipping line and the Chinese shipyards signed the shipbuilding contracts on Tuesday in Marseille
  • ABP calls for contingency plans in face of Brexit chaos
    Government should reduce dependency on the port of Dover, new paper argues
  • Offshore plant deal with Iran is off the table, says DSME
    MOU between DSME and Iran lapses in absence of final agreement
  • Insurers avoid worst of Hanjin fallout
    Little impact on hull and machinery and P&I markets, Clyde partner tells IUMI
  • Daily Briefing
    Winds of change are blowing through the marine insurance market
  • Countries should adopt Italian pilot liability model, argues top lawyer
    Compulsory insurance could be way forward, legal star tells IUMI
  • LOFs still fit for purpose, says Lloyd's agency controller
    Use of Lloyd's Open Form is in decline, but 45 signed in the year to date
  • Maersk Line strengthens sea-rail transport at Ningbo port
    Through bill of lading is provided to expedite customs clearance
  • US protectionism fears are overblown, says economist
    Economic change is driving inter-regional trade and shipping and China's Belt and Road initiative may negate US withdrawal from the...
  • DSME wins clean opinion in latest mock audit
    Shipbuilder tested for accounting transparency in its results for the first half
  • CMA CGM partners Infosys to upgrade IT systems in digitalisation push
    Seven-year partnership aims to make French line's IT systems more efficient and to improve its client services platform
  • German transport ministry makes second call to fund firms in port digitalisation push
    Innovative Port Technology programme to ramp up the development of German ports into innovation-centric digital hubs
  • International code of conduct needed for casualty investigation, IUMI told
    Government intervention in incidents frequently unhelpful
  • Diana Shipping secures 40% rate rise for new panamax charter deal
    Company expects to bring in about $3.21m in gross revenue from the charter deal
  • Indian authorities get $76m loan from Japan to upgrade ship recycling yards
    Japan International Co-operation Agency to provide the 'soft' loan
  • Robust cyber rules needed for digitalisation to reach full potential
    Shipping firms and regulators should work together to unlock digitalisation's full potential

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
SEPTEMBER 19, 2017
  • Midwest rail service widens door to Virginia share gains
  • Cyber attack at TNT cost FedEx $300 million in recent quarter
  • Production decline leads to fears of reefer box shortage
  • Chittagong shippers in uproar over unending congestion
  • Europe to Asia BCOs get 50-50 shot for flush 2018 capacity
  • Consolidation among logistics companies looms
  • Hapag-Lloyd CEO: Supply to match demand in 2018
  • Shippers losing out from reluctance to share data

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TradeWindsweb site
SEPTEMBER 19, 2017
  • Atlantic shipping bracing for Hurricane Maria
    Cruise and container lines prepare yet again for new hurricanes in western Atlantic.
  • Wells Fargo: Gazprom ends Ghana FSRU drama
    Signing of yet another import project for West Africa may eliminate need for rival FSRU projects.
  • Pacific Basin executive director joins Seabury
    Chairman of Hong Kong-listed bulker owner brings wide experience in Asia's transportation sector.
  • Skangas marks first ship-to-ship LNG bunkering
    Feat marks first for regional bunker fuel supplier as it readies for broadening of LNG bunkers market.
  • Restructuring drags down Olympic Subsea
    Norwegian offshore owner hurt by financial costs in second quarter.
  • Shin Yang Shipping sues over sale fees
    Malaysian owner wants GRM to pay for four vessels it bought last year.
  • India borrows $76m to upgrade Alang
    Government signs loan deal with JICA for environmental work at breaking yards.
  • Ernst Russ pushes up first-half earnings
    German group's 150-ship fleet performing in line with expectations.
  • Offen and DEVK pull plug on Marenave restructuring
    German company in peril again after Ernst Russ and other shareholders reject capital reduction that was key to rebuilding plan.
  • Billionaire Kuhne has 'many ideas' for Hapag
    German magnate plans to have a greater influence on the country's biggest containership owner.
  • Slick clean-up ship's certificate expiring
    Greece needs to replace a tanker being used to pump oil from sunken Agia Zoni II.
  • Palmali sues Lukoil for $2bn over tanker deal
    Turkish owner's UK high court claim against Russian oil group's trading arm Litasco relates to alleged breach of charter agreement.
  • SAL Heavy Lift shuts down SAL Offshore
    German group closes Dutch offshore operation in "challenging times".
  • Samsung Heavy brings in safety expert
    Peter Hayward to oversee operations following fatal crane crash in May.
  • Greece denies Agia Zoni II clean-up delay
    Deputy shipping minister Nektarios Santorinios says boom deployed within hours of tanker sinking; clean-up to take a month.
  • IUMI calls for better boxship firefighting systems
    Marine insurance body says recent amendments to SOLAS do not go far enough.
  • Private equity firm looks to exit Pan Ocean
    South Korea investor looks set to record tidy profit on stake in compatriot shipowner.
  • Tanker demo levels hit three year high
    But slowdown in bulker scrapping expected to push fleet growth up by 3%, says Banchero Costa.
  • Falcon Energy gets nod on bond extension
    Investors in struggling offshore company agree to push back redemption timeline until 2020.

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American Shipperweb site
SEPTEMBER 19, 2017
  • Lighthizer outlines U.S. trade policy priorities
    U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer outlined what he sees as the top trade policy priorities for the United States on Monday at the...
  • DP World to acquire Dubai Maritime City, Drydocks World
    Dubai-based port terminal operator DP World said it has entered into agreements to acquire Maritime World LLC for a purchase consideration ...
  • Stakeholders air issues with CAAP, proposed update
    The Clean Air Action Plan, a wide-ranging joint initiative by the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles may have been a success in drasticall...
  • USCG, EPA tackle oil and chemical spills from Hurricane Harvey
    Three weeks after Hurricane Harvey hit the Gulf coast , the U.S. Coast Guard and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have estimated t...
  • CSX's Piacente: 'We're happy with the changes that we made'
    A CSX vice president this week tried to assure customers that the troubled Class I railroad is now back on track after a series of challeng...
  • Commerce investigates titanium sponge dumping
    The Commerce Department has initiated an investigation into alleged dumping of U.S. titanium sponge imports from Japan and Kazakhstan, and ...
  • Essential oil maker pleads guilty to Lacey Act violations
    Young Living Essential Oils, based in Lehi, Utah, pleaded guilty in a federal court Monday to charges that it violated U.S. regulations wh...
  • Executive Moves: XPO Logistics, 3Gtms and ICS
    Source: Pressmaster/Shutterstock XPO Logistics names chief executive officer of XPO Logistics Europe and managing director-supply chain, Eur...
  • Diana Shipping finalizes time charter contract with Unico Logistics
    Athens, Greece-based transportation services company Diana Shipping, through a separate wholly-owned subsidiary, has entered into a time ch...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
SEPTEMBER 19, 2017
  • Shipping companies reported to Danish police over fuel sulfur content infringements
    Denmark's Environmental Protection Agency has reported two shipping companies to the police for breaching the 0.1% sulfur content cap.
  • EU CO2 market reforms not enough to cut carbon: think-tank
    Proposed reforms too weak to make EU ETS effective: I4CE, Other policies will achieve EU's targeted emissions cuts, EU Governance Regulation could address policy overlap.
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • ANALYSIS: Concern rising over bunker industry credit availability
    Attendees at events for London International Shipping Week showed increasing interest in the credit problems faced by both the shipping and bunker industries in an era of tighter lending regulation and high costs.
  • S Korea bunkering operations resume after weather conditions improve
    Bunkering operations along the south and east coasts of South Korea have resumed




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