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Sched Netweb site
FEBRUARY 22, 2017
  • LA's January up 17.4pc to 826,640 TEU, LB up 8.7pc to 582,689 TEU
  • Cai Mep International Terminal first in Vietnam to dock 18,300-TEU vessel
  • Hamburg HHLA port operator up 1.5pc to 6.7 million TEU in 2016
  • HMM buys box terminals in Tokyo and Kaohsiung from bankrupt Hanjin
  • Zim signs up with Alibaba's website for booking space on vessels online
  • Panalpina's expands single warehouse management system to France
  • FedEx launches faster and efficient customs clearance service in China
  • Canada's high commissioner to UK says speedy trade deal likely post Brexit
  • 2M Alliance makes changes to services - adding Wilmington, NC call
  • NY/NJ port awards US$52.4 million to Union Paving for upgrade work
  • UPS blasts plan to triple jet fuel tax to fund Alaskan airports
  • New DHL Express platform offers consumers options for receiving goods
  • European airlines' cargo volumes in January show a mixed performance

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Exim Indiaweb site
FEBRUARY 21, 2017
  • Analysis of global reefer trade: An overview
  • Book on ship management practices released
  • HMM to acquire four Hanjin terminals
  • IRClass receives authorisation from Iran; opens office in Tehran
  • LNG shipment from Gorgon project for Petronet
  • Coal import down
  • FTA launches logistics industry's Brexit manifesto
  • Issue of SMTPs in respect of cargo destined to ICDs by Rail-Reg.
  • Constant improvement in ease of doing business & robust infrastructure development imperative for India's all-round economic growth: Report
  • A lively interaction on key issues & an exciting awards gala mark Gujarat Junction 2017 - CEO Roundtable and Cargo & Logistics Awards 2017

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International Transport Journalweb site
FEBRUARY 22, 2017
  • 80.5 million pallets set new record
  • Blockchain technology - the latest in logistics
  • E-truck trials on Austria's roads
  • First newbuild goes into service for DFDS
  • Two New York appointments for more maritime security
  • Transport price index down, diesel index up
  • Chinese locomotives en route to Myanmar
  • Remodelled TP7 to be operated by HMM
  • Second lean summit hosted by Pemco
  • Viapost selects director general
  • Stepping up services in southern Africa
  • IRClass raises flag in Iran
  • Piraeus overcomes challenges of 2016
  • New offices: more than a baker's dozen opened
  • Straight from Croatia to Germany

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IHS Maritimeweb site
FEBRUARY 21, 2017
  • Government-induced scrapping could lift tanker rates in 2018
  • Struggling Marenave gains new investor
  • Spain's Boluda joins the fray in Hamburg and Bremerhaven towage sectors
  • Tough renewals for some as P&I market gets competitive
  • Hyundai HI wins two VLCCs from Greek owner
  • Asia is key LNG demand centre, FSRUs a game changer: Shell
  • Seafarer shot dead as Sulu Sea piracy threat escalates
  • Hong Kong and Shenzhen unlikely to lose services with alliance regrouping, says HPH Trust CEO
  • Ship scrap prices up on higher steel prices
  • South Korean banks cushion fallout from shipbuilders' woes, Hanjin Shipping

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The Loadstarweb site
FEBRUARY 21, 2017
  • Surging steel price boosts scrap value of redundant containerships
  • Cut to UK rail freight grants will drive loads back onto the roads
  • Scoop for Wilhelmshaven as the Ocean Alliance comes to call
  • Post-Brexit customs gridlock could choke UK trade, experts warn
  • China fines 14 shipping lines over failure to disclose rates
  • Exporters suffer as air cargo ban lingers
  • Airport's new focus on cargo proves a cool move for Dallas Fort Worth

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Marine Logweb site
FEBRUARY 21, 2017
  • Ingalls authenticates keel of DDG 121
  • ICS publishes new Flag State Performance Table
  • ABS issues first cybersecurity notation
  • Hyundai Global inks scrubber retrofit MOU
  • DryShips reenters the tanker market
  • McDermott acquires former Ceona flag ship

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Lloyd's Listweb site
FEBRUARY 21, 2017
  • Emerging trades offers support to product tankers
    Trafigura sees "domino effect" on product trades from US LPG export boom
  • Supramax bulkers gain from Asian trades
    Expectations of more activity from the Atlantic also adds to bullish sentiment
  • Anglo likely to increase coal exports from South Africa
    But iron ore production from Brazil may be lower due to delays in licensing approvals
  • UK P&I Club sees 99% retention rate
    Mutual insurance provider maintained clientele while adding to its tonnage
  • DryShips moves for bulkers on top of $102m tanker splash
    Meanwhile new $200m fundraiser could herald an even bigger spree
  • Opec's Barkindo offers only excitement in lacklustre week
    Oil demand to rise but investments needed, says Cartel boss
  • Offen and DEVK come to Marenave's rescue
    Duo to invest in the company, provided banks relieve Marenave's fleet of its liabilities
  • World's oldest class society says experience counts in the digital age
    Chief executive Alastair Marsh sets out new role for Lloyd's Register as customers demand broader range of services
  • Biggest maritime nations abiding by regulations
    ICS annual report finds largest flags in line with international rules
  • Nakilat holds steadfast in LNG headwinds
    Long-term contacts are the Qataris' 'get out of jail free' cards
  • Beijing fines 14 carriers for misreporting freight rates
    Excessive low rates or extra surcharges are said to be the reasons
  • Carnegie-Brown confirmed as Lloyd's chairman
    Former Marsh Europe chief will succeed John Nelson in June
  • Competition authorities shoot down Eimskip's Nor Lines takeover
    Firm has 15 days to present its case to the authorities
  • MOL appoints chief country representative in Turkey
    Move to position Turkey as a key strategic country
  • Offshore sector drags Singapore banks earnings
    Non-performing loans from the sector are expected to persist over next few quarters but the worst may be over, Moody's says
  • HHI clinches order for VLCC pair
    Newbuildings scheduled for delivery by end of 2018
  • No bulker boon from China's North Korean coal ban
    Muted short-term impact of China's coal import ban expected as replacement by Chinese domestic coal appears likely
  • Hong Kong box throughput rises 3.5% in January
    Challenges of competition and land constraints remain after 2016 throughput drop
  • Tanker charterers expected to bear part of post-2020 hikes in bunker costs
    For once, owners need not to bear the brunt of rising fuel costs, says Howe Robinson

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
FEBRUARY 21, 2017
  • XPO's new e-commerce service blends LTL, last-mile
  • Early trucker input on gates key to cutting terminal turn times
  • Breakbulk carriers consolidate in soft market
  • Alliance rejigging leads six carriers to Wilhelmshaven
  • ILA planning one-day shutdown, march on Washington
  • Trustbusters challenge Eimskip's Nor Lines acquisition
  • Home Depot cuts trucking costs via 'green' network
  • North Sea energy projects boost heavy-lift shipping
  • Shipping lines press Hong Kong for tariff reductions
  • Asia-Europe rate increases on the cards for March 1

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TradeWindsweb site
FEBRUARY 21, 2017
  • Grindrod forecasts net loss for fiscal 2016
    But conglomerate says dry bulk recovery helped stanch red ink in second half.
  • Vessel catches fire at Panama Canal mouth
    No injuries are reported on the workboat and Canal transits remain unaffected.
  • Bank of Cyprus plots entry into ship finance
    Former RBS man John Hourican to spearhead "sensible" move into maritime arena to back Greek and Cypriot owners.
  • Quintana bulker locked in with SwissMarine
    Largest bulker in fleet of Greek owner has been fixed on period business as positive sentiment builds.
  • Eidesvik hires new finance chief
    Thor Krukhaug, 38, replaces Svein Ove Enerstvedt at Norwegian offshore vessel owner.
  • LNG Arc7 heads into Arctic ice
    First shot of world's first ice-breaking LNG carrier in northern climes emerges.
  • Seaport boosts GasLog amid LNG rebound
    Analyst Magnus Fyhr raises New York-listed owner's stock as multi-year recovery begins to take shape.
  • DryShips confirms VLCC, aframax buys
    George Economou company spends $102.5m as it re-enters tanker market.
  • ICS rates and slates flag states
    DR Congo, Tanzania and Bolivia come bottom of chamber's annual quality assessment.
  • McDermott in bargain deal for Ceona ship
    US owner signs sale-and-leaseback deal with OMP for 2014-built pipe-layer.
  • OPEC cuts now being felt in VLCC market, analysts say
    First signs of new limits impacting the freight market have emerged, Credit-Suisse and Morgan Stanley say.
  • NAO seeks fresh cash as it defaults on loan
    Hansson-chaired PSV owner wins waivers until next year as it tries to boost liquidity in painful markets.
  • POSH sees red as Makamin case rejected
    Impairment charges dent Singapore owner's 2016 result as charter dispute ends.
  • ITF warns over new 'wage-slashing' unions
    Transport workers federation says Ukrainian organisations seeking to lower seafarer pay.
  • Libyan forces release car carrier
    Eukor says all crew safe after vessel was intercepted by warlord's troops.
  • Fincantieri linked to further Chinese orders
    Italian shipbuilder tipped to expand its orderbook in Asia during president Mattarella's visit.
  • Offen Group and DEVK bailing out Marenave
    Companies could plough $17m into restructuring German owner; fleet sale still the target of ongoing bank talks.
  • Drilling segment helps Bonheur back to black
    Fred Olsen-controlled company turns a profit as offshore and cruise arms remain steady.
  • Dividend confidence draws GasLog upgrade
    JP Morgan raises its rating on shipowner amid belief increase in dropdowns will help sustain payout.
  • STX's Goseong yard back on the sales block
    Korean court said to have offered facility to rivals and private equity funds for less than $87m.
  • Havyard wins workboat number two
    Inverlussa Marine option firmed up to provide important work for the present year, Norwegian yard group says.
  • CoscoCS said to want more of Guangzhou
    Chinese conglomerate is reportedly considering increasing its investment in domestic terminal.
  • Norway appeals Eimskip takeover plans
    Icelandic owner's bid to acquire Nor Lines faces an obstacle from competition authorities.
  • Boa Shipping nets $16m from Gulmar clash
    Ole Bjornevik-controlled company will divert the funds to its restructuring effort.

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American Shipperweb site
FEBRUARY 21, 2017
  • CSX CEO, president retire amid Harrison takeover talks
    Current CSX Corp. Chief Executive Officer Michael J. Ward and President Clarence W. Gooden will both retire from the company, effective May...
  • Vinalines will build large logistics center in Hanoi
    Vietnam National Shipping Lines (Vinalines) will build a large logistics center in Hanoi that will connect to major seaports such as Haipho...
  • ILA members call for shutdown of ports along Atlantic, Gulf Coasts
    The International Longshoremen's Association (ILA) said it is calling for a shutdown of ports along the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts and a marc...
  • State auditor orders Port of Seattle to review improper bonuses
    The Washington State Auditor's Office has ordered executives with the Port of Seattle to return bonuses that violated the terms of the stat...
  • Re-exports could be excluded from export statistics
    The Trump administration has reportedly asked staffers at the U.S. Department of Commerce and the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative t...
  • FMC reviews 16 OTI license applications
    The U.S. Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) has received 16 ocean transportation intermediary (OTI) license applications and changes for rev...
  • China's Ministry of Transport slaps 14 container lines with fines
    China's Ministry of Transport has fined 14 container lines for failing to record or recording inaccurate data on their freight rates, Splas...
  • CMA CGM will charter slots on two 'THE Alliance' services
    CMA CGM and "THE Alliance" have entered into a space charter agreement between ports in North Europe - the United Kingdom, the Netherlands,...
  • Maersk, MSC and HMM to cooperate on transpacific loop
    Maersk Line, Mediterranean Shipping Co. and Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) will offer a transpacific string outside of the 2M network that i..

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
FEBRUARY 21, 2017
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • FUTURES: Oil stable as investors maintain confidence
  • External: Praxis Energy Agents S.A
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • P&I cover for Iran oil shipping back to near pre-sanction level Monday
    The P&I reinsurance coverage will be significantly improved in IG's new fiscal
  • FUTURES: Crude higher despite rising US rig count
  • Iraq raises oil reserves estimate to 153 billion barrels: oil minister
    Despite the revision, Iraq remains OPEC's fourth largest reserves holder, after Venezuela, Saudi Arabia and Iran
  • ANALYSIS: Asian buying of Atlantic Basin crudes spikes on aligning factors
    - Narrow Brent/Dubai EFS increases attractiveness of Brent-related crudes - Freight rates soften on key routes - Chinese buying up, increased teapot refinery demand

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