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11 December 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 17:52 GMT+1




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Sched Netweb site
MARCH 24, 2017
  • FBI seeks documents from Hong Kong's OOCL, Maersk, MSC, Evergreen
  • Lenders said to seek better financing in Hapag-Lloyd-UASC merger deal
  • APL adjusts Asia-Latin America network due to seasonal demand changes
  • Twelve AADA shipping lines up China-Oz rate US$300/TEU from May 1
  • Crowley revamps Florida-Panama service with call at Manzanillo
  • South Carolina's Inland Port Dillon opens early 2018 to boost box trade
  • Hapag-Lloyd JSJ Service moves to Saigon New Port's TCTT terminal
  • Port of Virginia is gearing up to handle 13,000-TEU plus ships
  • APMT to invest US$28 million in equipment upgrades at Gothenburg port
  • ZIM to add calls in Wilmington, Charleston on Asia-USEC services
  • Savannah's February box volume rises 7.7pc to 330,539 TEU
  • Most big American chassis providers to increase rates next month
  • Agility expands in Singapore with US$18.25 million warehouse near airport
  • Lack of rail rivals for Kansas City Southern irks Mexican regulators
  • CN strikes a labour deal with signals, communications staff in Canada
  • Cathay prices too low to meet costs of operation: Bloomberg commentary
  • FedEx quarterly profit up 10.8pc as sales rise 18pc to US$15 billion
  • IATA produces manual to improve air cargo handling, cut logistics costs

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Exim Indiaweb site
MARCH 23, 2017
  • IMO Secretary-General urges vigilance after recent tanker hijack
  • IRClass Academy & Singapore Nautical Institute deliver Ballast Water Management course in Singapore
  • US FMC Commissioner supports alliance efforts to protect shippers in the event of carrier insolvency
  • Cabinet approves fresh estimates for deepening & widening of Mumbai Harbour Channel & JN Port Channel (Phase-II)
  • DPD - A major step towards ease of doing business or a roadblock for importers?
  • Major Port Authorities Bill, 2016 is a step in the right direction, says Capt. Jimmy Sarbh
  • MbPT modernising international cruise terminal
  • Logistics development an ongoing focus of Railways
  • Reduction in dwell time at JNPT for CONCOR moved containers

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International Transport Journalweb site
MARCH 24, 2017
  • "The region is not enough"
  • Is it a peak season now?
  • Facelift for another 1,500 km of roads in India
  • Startup chalks up success with forwarding platform
  • Less than 1 million HGVs cross Swiss Alps
  • DP World with better profit and stable volumes
  • Zurich airport operator wins concession in Brazil
  • Mark Green leads WPL's new UK office
  • Opening up in Slovenia
  • Rhenus snaps up stake in Arkon
  • Geis tops IDS winners' rostrum again
  • Railfreight traffic shrinking in Germany
  • Five new cargo destinations in AF KLM's summer schedule
  • Railroad invests in infrastructure in Iowa
  • Kerry registers 14% jump in turnover
  • Moore Stephens on confidence in shipping
  • Isago registration for Dnata London Heathrow
  • Cargo Connections with additional Singapore rep

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IHS Maritimeweb site
MARCH 23, 2017
  • German shortsea operators team up
  • DHT Holdings climbs to top VLCC tier with BW fleet buy
  • India cabinet clears USD310 million channel deepening work at J N Port
  • Rotterdam to build 27 ha tank terminal
  • Capsized Sewol ferry hoisted from sea
  • Bulker owners seize the day
  • China's ports make a strong start to 2017 as volumes climb by nearly 5%
  • State lenders launch second rescue package for DSME
  • Hyundai HI closes two docks in its Ulsan main yard
  • Pan Ocean to buy more bulk carriers

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The Loadstarweb site
MARCH 23, 2017
  • Rhenus ups its stake in Arkon to 'significantly increase' shortsea and feeder offering
  • Blockchain technology gains more users as it drives visibility in supply chains
  • Kerry reports profits up as it swoops on CIS forwarder to boost its footprint in Asia
  • Declining freight rates offset increasing volumes for Sinotrans
  • Eddie Stobart drives ahead with £550m float plan
  • With doubt cast on Sears' future, suppliers begin pulling back

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Marine Logweb site
MARCH 23, 2017
  • VIDEO: How to paint a monumental mural on a bulker
  • Dutch short sea specialist orders six ships in India
  • Tradewinds Towing repowering two tugs with Mitsubishi
  • VIDEO: Salvors raise Sewol ferry
  • U.S. Shipping Corp appoints Bergeron CEO
  • MacGregor and R-R to collaborate on autonomous box ships
  • DSME gets $6 billion bail out
  • DHT Holdings to acquire BW Group VLCC fleet

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MARCH 23, 2017
  • Oil and gas shipping: the 2017 Power List
    Last minute tanker news shakes the power list, but the Saudis hold the top spot
  • Box Club caught in political power play
    America First policy could put container lines on the wrong side of the law
  • Industrial shipping key to beating spot market, says Sovcomflot
    Relationship with core clients 'like a marriage', according to Kolesnikov
  • Conti sells post-panamax trio
    CMA CGM and Sinokor named as buyers in broker's report
  • Regulators keep up the pressure on container lines
    Antitrust investigations and decisions date back 30 years
  • DHT becomes surprise hunter in tanker consolidation race
    Update: John Fredriksen's prey turns the tables as it buys BW Group's entire VLCC fleet, sending shockwaves through tanker market
  • Post-truth shipping
    Evidence from New York suggests rosy sentiment might be based on emotion and personal belief rather than facts
  • US faces dry bulk capacity crunch
    CMA 2017: Bulkers to fall short of US ballast water management regulations
  • Singapore bunker operators face emissions compliance challenge
    City state proved naysayers wrong with mandatory flow meters, but push for cleaner fuels will present more challenges
  • Port of Dampier reopens following tropical low
    Vessels were cleared from the port's anchorages for about 18 hours
  • Suezmax rally loses steam as West African oil faces off with Middle East supply
    Benchmark suezmax freight rates are down nearly 33% from recent highs
  • Oldendorff converts bulker into transloader
    Vessel to join Middle East Gulf transhipment operations after the conversion process
  • Capesize market kept aloft by strong fixtures
    But expected weaker steel demand in China points to a short-lived rally
  • Container coating business hits Cosco Shipping International bottom line
    Net profit dropped 29% to $30.5m
  • State-backed creditors unveil $6bn rescue plan for DSME
    Updated: Creditors intend to finally sell stakes in the shipbuilder once its financial situation stabilises
  • Rotterdam Port signs deal to explore Pecem port development
    Study will explore the feasibility of a joint venture between the Port of Rotterdam and state government
  • AAPA pushes for more transportation infrastructure funding
    Move comes amid concerns of port-related budget cuts by the Trump administration
  • Svitzer buys tug newbuilding to bolster Southampton port fleet
    Vessel to be deployed to port in early May
  • Owners stand to benefit from scrubber installation, say bunker players
    CMA 2017: Cheaper residual oil prices expected after 2020 as refineries continue production
  • More noise from the river
    The launch of a new Port of London Authority handbook comes as an air of optimism is abroad on the Thames

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MARCH 23, 2017
  • Shippers want China-Europe rail included in forwarder service options
  • Container lines defend against collusion suspicion
  • China Cosco avoids predicted 2016 loss
  • Eddie Stobart, top UK trucker, unveils IPO plan
  • US truck regulators drop rulemaking, put CSA in limbo
  • Trucker blockade adds to Brazilian meat shippers' woes
  • Proposed California container fee would hit BCOs
  • Chinese ports start 2017 strong
  • Russia investigates suspected rolling stock cartel
  • IAG Europe-Asia traffic soars on container capacity shortage
  • Shippers take to the skies to beat Europe-Asia space constraints

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TradeWindsweb site
MARCH 23, 2017
  • GasLog Partners buy boosts payout potential
    Master limited partnership to buy LNG carrier GasLog Greece from parent company, which supports plans for dividend hike.
  • Bergeron rises to top job at US Shipping
    Long time chief financial officer replaces Michael Ryan at helm of Jones Act tanker owner.
  • Euronav's Rodgers: big owners a 'good thing'
    Tanker chief executive sees consolidation as inevitable; Euronav has 'similar ambitions'.
  • Wilhelmsen targets growth and technology
    Shipower says expansion on the cards as the company finds itself out of direct vessel ownership for first time since 1865.
  • DHT enters VLCC 'top league' with BW deal
    New York-listed owner will have seventh most valuable VL fleet after 'fair value' transaction.
  • Trafigura fixes Stealth Maritime tanker trio
    Trader takes aframaxes and an MR on 12-month charters.
  • PSA profit down despite volume rise
    Singapore ports operator hails "creditable" result in turbulent year.
  • Empros Lines sells oldest bulker
    Greek owner offloads 15-year-old supramax for firm price.
  • Paris MoU bans 31-year-old cargoship
    Albanian vessel found to have corroded decks and engine problems.
  • Golar Partners splashes $42m on bonds
    Nasdaq-listed owner buys back Norwegian debt after selling $250m issue.
  • Montanari puts MRs into Scorpio pool
    Italian owner contributes two 2008-built tankers.
  • Fredriksen reflects on DHT deal with BW
    Norwegian owner talks potential investments after seeing takeover target walk a different path.
  • Trio team up on BWT training
    Anglo-Eastern, Saga and Optimarin open new centre in Philippines.
  • PwC quits as ISH accountant
    'No disagreements' as auditor drops bankrupt US owner.
  • Cosco Shipping earnings cut back
    Shipping services group sees 2016 profit dip as costs rise.
  • Laurin Maritime charters GNMTC tanker
    Swedish owner takes Libyan ship for up to six months.
  • Swiber DSV fails to meet bank's reserve price
    Bids fall short in Singapore auction for troubled owner's Swiber Atlantis.
  • DHT Holdings buys BW Group VLCC fleet
    New York-listed owner swoops for $538m large tanker fleet of Singapore-headquartered group.
  • Odfjell Drilling wins Asian drillship charter
    Deepsea Metro I to work on two wells, with options for another.
  • ABG Shipyard reveals $110m quarterly loss
    Struggling shipbuilder sees deficit widen in delayed Q2 statement.

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American Shipperweb site
MARCH 23, 2017
  • PSA International's profits plunge in 2016
    Global port operator PSA International recorded a net profit of 1.17 billion Singapore dollars (U.S. $84 million) for 2016, falling 7.5 per...
  • Maersk Container Industry launches Star Cool CA+
    Source: K.Narloch-Liberra/Shutterstock Maersk Container Industry has launched Star Cool CA+ for low-respiring perishables. A.P. Moller - Ma...
  • U.S. steps up Brazilian beef import inspections
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) said it will step up pathogen testing on all shipments of ra...
  • Lufthansa Cargo boosts temperature-sensitive capacity in Frankfurt
    Lufthansa Cargo has announced the initiation of the expansion of the Frankfurt hub Cool Center. The facility opened in December 2011 and c...
  • Tulsa Port of Catoosa reports February volumes
    The Tulsa Port of Catoosa reported a total barge tonnage of 256,488 tons for February, down slightly from the 258,243 tons reported for Jan...
  • South Korea provides DSME with $2.6b bailout package
    South Korean shipbuilder Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) has been offered a 2.9 trillion won (U.S. $2.6 billion) rescue...
  • FedEx Express launches new Liège-Memphis route
    FedEx Express will commence a new flight between subsidiary TNT Express' air hub in Li'ge, Belgium, to the FedEx World Hub in Memphis, Tenn...
  • U.S. Class I railway employment rebounds slightly in February
    Class I freight railroads in the United States employed 148,843 workers as of the middle of February 2017, a 3.48 percent decline from the ...
  • State court reaffirms Vancouver Energy lease at Port of Vancouver
    The Washington State Supreme Court has reaffirmed a lease agreement between the Port of Vancouver, Wash. and Vancouver Energy that would se...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MARCH 23, 2017
  • TANKERS: MR rates to USAC hit 11-week high as summer gasoline demand soars
    Rates on the ARA-WAF route, basis 37,000 mt, rose by w10 to w200 ($20.90/mt), also the same as levels on January 1.
  • Malta bunkers hits multi-week low, tracking other ports, cargoes
    S&P Global Platts assessed 380 CST fuel oil at Malta at $282/mt delivered Wednesday, its lowest point since November 11.
  • Rotterdam 380 CST premium to St Petersburg drops to two-month low
    The differential steadily widened from late November to reach $48/mt on January 31.
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • TANKERS: SHIPPING MAJOR BW GROUP SELLS ALL VLCCS TO DHT HOLDINGS
    The VLCC fleet will be delivered in the second quarter of 2017, which would see DHT's VLCC fleet expand to 30 vessels.
  • External: Global Risk Management
  • Western Australia's Dampier port resumes operations following cyclone warning
  • Saudi Aramco inks term crude supply with China's CNOOC for Huizhou refining project
    Saudi Aramco will supply one VLCC per month of Arab Medium crude oil to CNOOC for a year, starting from the second half of 2017.
  • FUTURES: Oil recovers losses on hopes of OPEC cut extension
  • TANKERS: Drawdown of oil product stocks will boost tanker demand - Braemar Shipbroking
    "In 2016, refinery runs barely moved at all," said Curra.
  • Alternative bunker fuels viable but questions linger: industry sources
    Ship operators can chose from various options including scrubbers, LNG and even methanol.
  • TRADER NOTE: Bunker trader Andrey Zubov joins Fast Bunker Trade
    Zubov was previously working with Kiev-based Marine Standard Ltd.
  • Unipec to load one million barrels from Libya's Es Sider Saturday-- source
    The cargo is expected to be lifted on the Demitrios




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