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17 December 2017 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 01:12 GMT+1




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Sched Netweb site
SEPTEMBER 21, 2017
  • CMA CGM to spend US$120m on 3-year charters for 4 newbuilds
  • US says China a threat to world trading system
  • Singapore's exports soar 17pc in August driven by exports of electronics
  • India to amend port pricing legislation to create level playing field
  • Brazil launches privatisation programme with port authority, Codesa
  • FM Logistic sets up a base in Vietnam to support Auchan Retail's expansion
  • Automated or manual, Kalmar's new rail mounted gantry claims to do it all
  • Optimising crew potential and retention, come at October ACI event
  • Canada launches 20 investigations into shipments of fentanyl from China
  • Boeing to boost Dreamliner output by 17pc in 2019
  • Muscat airport launches feasibility study for proposed 'Cargo Village'
  • NxtPort software to be tested by Air Cargo Belgium to monitor cross-overs

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Exim Indiaweb site
SEPTEMBER 19, 2017
  • Cargo Incident Notification System receives BIC Award
  • CMA CGM signs strategic partnership with Infosys to accelerate transformation of its information system
  • Contract freight rates for BCOs increase again
  • Strong demand improves market in dry bulk shipping: BIMCO
  • A new plan likely to develop Rewas port
  • JNPT wins 'Rajbhasha Kirti Puraskar' for 11th consecutive time
  • Kandla Port Trust bags Major Port of the Year award at MALA 2017
  • Krishnapatnam Port's container terminal offers deepest draught on east coast of India
  • CAI Ahmedabad hosts second edition of Cricket League
  • CBIC Associations to observe Demands Day

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International Transport Journalweb site
SEPTEMBER 21, 2017
  • Award for launch of China - UK freight train
  • More rail services through new JV
  • Approval for Geneva's new noise protection scheme
  • Seabury appoints new senior advisor
  • Cyberattack costs USD 300 million
  • Two gas tankers named in Duisburg
  • 5 million t of freight transported
  • Iraqi Airways back to Russia
  • First woman takes driver's seat at Asfinag
  • Sanofi awards logistics contract to Kuehne + Nagel
  • DP World - now sole owner of DMC and Drydocks World
  • Increasing capacity in greater Zurich
  • First Airbus wide-body centre outside Europe
  • XPO names Malcolm Wilson CEO Europe
  • CMA CGM's new mega vessels will be Chinese

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IHS Maritimeweb site
SEPTEMBER 20, 2017
  • China's 'big three' port operators continue rapid overseas expansion
  • CSIC launchs ore carrier to ICBCL
  • DP World to acquire ailing maritime assets from parent
  • A.P. Moller Holding buys Maersk Tankers for USD1.17 billion
  • Singapore's offshore sector: where does the future lie?
  • STX O&S to sell off apartment blocks to raise funds
  • HMM chief optimistic about recovery
  • Seoul declines to open documents relating to Stellar Daisy search
  • Is bump in bulker rates a bellwether for tankers?

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The Loadstarweb site
SEPTEMBER 20, 2017
  • FedEx chief says 'we will come out stronger' after $300m cyber attack
  • Ban on cargo flying direct between UK and Bangladesh could be lifted
  • Latin American trades restructure ahead of Hamburg Süd takeover by Maersk
  • K+N unveils 'transformation' plan for its 'customers, technology and people'
  • Analysis: first signs of stress push CH Robinson toward a crossroads
  • Up in the air: where can air freight forwarders find value?
  • Maersk sells tankers unit for $1.17bn
  • Astral and Celebi Delhi chiefs join TIACA board

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Marine Logweb site
SEPTEMBER 20, 2017
  • Wireless charging demo marks breakthrough in electric ferry tech
  • Damen to open Service Hub in Russian Black Sea port
  • Box ship LNG fueling conversion could have multiplier effect
  • Songa Bulk adds another Kamsarmax to fleet
  • A.P. Moller Holding to acquire Maersk Tankers

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Lloyd's Listweb site
SEPTEMBER 20, 2017
  • Diego Aponte confirms 22,000 teu ship order
    Update: MSC ends newbuilding drought with an order for 11 mega boxships placed with DSME that could be worth in...
  • Last word: Columbus and the coffee machine
    Shipping's mediaeval moment
  • Daily Briefing
    CMA CGM mulls scrubbers versus LNG for 22,000 teu newbuilds
  • Aframax freight rates get a boost on Asia and Europe oil routes
    Earnings on the benchmark TD14 route from southeast Asia to the east coast of Australia rose to $10,000 per day
  • Fujairah service business to take on established Gulf region competitors
    Company plans to use artificial intelligence, blockchain and data analytics to help clients optimise voyage management and supply chain efficiency
  • Korean yards knocked by Chinese price in Vale's newbuild project
    CSIC subsidiary yard is said to be offering to build VLOCS at less than $70m apiece.
  • Grains bolster panamax bulker earnings
    Average earnings reach five-month high with sentiment continuing positive amid increased cargo flows in both basins
  • Robert Uggla says strategy unchanged for Maersk Tankers under new ownership and dedicated board
    In an exclusive interview, the head of AP Moller Holding says the sale of Maersk Tankers by the Danish conglomerate...
  • Tanker markets may not recover until 2019-2020
    Scrapping levels are key to balancing the market but too few ships are being recycled
  • HSH Nordbank likely to keep core shipping portfolio even after any sale
    Shipping assets are the bank's most profitable business, but still high risk, says Nordbank's Nieswandt
  • Yangtze River Delta ports to be shut for 18 days as China's national congress meets
    Shipping market will return to life once the holidays end
  • AP Moller Holding buys Maersk Tankers for $1.2bn
    Company to establish separate consortium with Mitsui & Co and other partners to jointly own Maersk Tankers
  • Japan's Imabari completes $360m new dry dock
    Imabari president Yukito Higaki expressed concerns over unfair competition from Korean and Chinese yards
  • CMA CGM 22,000 teu newbuilds worth $1.5bn, says ship designer
    The bidding process started in April with CSSC finally clinching the order over five Japanese and Korean builders
  • LNG could be cheaper than other compliant fuels by 2020, says WinGD
    While LNG is the choice for newbuilds to meet sulphur cap,scrubbers are being considered for retrofits
  • Ocean Rig announces 1-for-9,200 reverse stock split
    Move to help company support its share price
  • Profitable marine insurance? That's so last century
    Sooner or later, these guys are going to have to make some money

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
SEPTEMBER 20, 2017
  • FMC grants public hearing on detention-demurrage fees
  • European heavy-haul transporters seek common truck rules
  • US truck tonnage, shipper spending hit highs
  • Severe weather slows operations at JNPT
  • Chinese terminal operators closing gap with majors
  • Direct ChassisLink, GT Nexus founder fund ClearMetal
  • Connie Awards spotlight US West Coast industry innovation
  • Chennai port productivity progress falters

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TradeWindsweb site
SEPTEMBER 20, 2017
  • Teekay's Brookfield deal targeted in lawsuit
    Hedge fund alleges that offshore partnership defrauded it in transaction involving preferred shares.
  • Geden seeks $7m of Glencore's cash
    Affiliate of Turkish shipowner files US petition to receive moneys awarded in London arbitration court.
  • Damen Shipyard plans expansion in Black Sea
    Netherlands-based shipyard adds new service hub as its built fleet grows in the region
  • Dorian and ABS team up in LPG bunker test
    Owner of second-largest VLGC fleet will test viability of LPG alongside class society.
  • Car carrier banned by Paris MOU
    City of Antwerp skipped agreed call at Turkish repair yard.
  • Kraljevica yard back in the game
    Reborn Croatian shipbuilder is constructing a passengership for Rapska Plovidba.
  • Wilh Wilhelmsen takes control of NorSea
    Norwegian group builds stake in offshore supply company in $70m deal.
  • Turkey plots trebling of yard capacity
    Transport ministry wants to muscle in on LNG and LPG carrier sectors.
  • Songa Bulk makes it 15 with latest buy
    Oslo-listed owner has now spent $280m on bulkers following Rizzo raid.
  • Fujairah agency firm going virtual
    Shipping services company aims for regional dominance with all-encompassing system
  • White knight rides to Swissco's rescue
    Judicial managers receive $28.5m offer for Singapore owner's OSV business.
  • Tanker grounds after collision with bulker
    Listing German Tanker Shipping vessel stuck off Antwerp after incident involving Harvester ship.
  • Fujian Mawei secures floatel order
    Chinese shipbuilder signs deal with Fuchuan Investment for accommodation vessel.
  • Moller family takes Maersk Tankers private for $1.17bn
    A new ownership consortium with Mitsui & Co will manage the vast fleet of the 89-year-old company.
  • Berge Bulk chief dubious on long-term capesize prospects
    James Marshall says dry-bulk recovery is not strong enough to justify the ordering of new ships.
  • DSME's $1bn jack-up deal with Iran fails
    Korean yard says MOU for five rig units with IOOC has expired.
  • CMA CGM confirms CSSC yards for mega-ships
    Hudong-Zhongua and SWS sign contracts for French owner's nine 22,000-teu giants.
  • Teekay remembers Nagasaki Spirit
    Tanker owner pays tribute to those who perished in collision in the Malacca Strait in 1992.
  • Goulandris bulker done for speeding
    Greek-flagged panamax ship latest to be caught out, but it has 30 days to appeal
  • Tsuneishi establishes Shanghai office
    Japan shipbuilder looks to get closer to Chinese owners as its Chinese yard sets solar power record.
  • PIL reaffirms its independence
    Managing director SS Teo quashes rumours that the company is for sale.
  • Turkish navy aids injured Greek sailor
    Naval vessel transfers crew member from Angelicoussis suezmax to hospital in Oman.
  • Fincantieri hoovers up more Vard shares
    Italian shipbuilder continues to absorb shares via market transactions taking stake to over 79%.

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American Shipperweb site
SEPTEMBER 20, 2017
  • LA, Long Beach stakeholders push for PierPass update
  • FMC updates agreement filing review process
  • Maersk, COSCO divert cargo due to congestion at Prince Rupert
  • FedEx seeks Cuba service extension
  • NYK Group joins partnership for onboard IoT platform
  • Hurricane Maria slams Puerto Rico
  • Diesel group calls for SoCal ports to ditch alternative fuels, electric equipment
  • Container volumes on the rise at NWSA ports
  • ClearMetal snags $9m in investment funding

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
SEPTEMBER 20, 2017
  • US DATA: EIA says residual fuel oil stocks up on production increase
    US fuel oil stocks ended the week at 37.06 million barrels, a build of 1.018 million barrels from the previous week.
  • Some ports, refineries may join French general strike on Thursday
    Some French ports and refineries are likely to join a general strike on Thursday called by the CGT labor union against changes to labor law.
  • Caribbean, USGC hurricanes could result in USGC fuel oil glut: sources
    An active hurricane season this summer in the Caribbean region has put strain on fuel oil storage and interrupted normal flows, which could result in an influx of supply headed to the US Gulf Coast.
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • Iranian president urges Japanese PM to boost oil, gas investments in Iran
    Abe noted that he will support Japanese companies' activities to expand bilateral economic relations, MOFA said.
  • FUTURES: Crude higher as Iraq indicates possible OPEC cut extension




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