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20 April 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 03:10 GMT+2

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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
    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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