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Sched Netweb site
NOVEMBER 24, 2017
  • Worldwide container shipping capacity breaches 21m TEU barrier
  • Maersk on 'fixing spree' with 22 classic panamaxes chartered in one month
  • TS Lines takes delivery of TS Kaohsiung and orders two 1,096-EUers
  • Busan-bound MSC mega boxship collides with engineering ship off China
  • USWC ports post 8pc rise in box traffic in September: PMSA
  • Shipowners warned to prepare for sulphur cap on fuel, or face repercussions
  • Westports sees brighter outlook and expects better performance in 2018
  • Brazil-Europe rates hold up on back of strong fruit export volumes
  • Qatar Airways Cargo launches freighter service to Yangon, Myanmar
  • Emirates teams up with Dubai CommerCity to develop e-commerce solutions
  • Forwarder EMO Trans sets up base in Vietnam to be closer to major clients

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Exim Indiaweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 2017
  • Lines show better third quarter financial results
  • Milaha launches feeder service between Sri Lanka & Bangladesh
  • What to do if there's dangerous cargo spillage on deck
  • Kalmar India celebrates inauguration of its Multi-Assembly Unit in Bangalore
  • South Gujarat - Cargo & Logistics Business Forum 2017 set to open in Surat today
  • Tap technology to modernise warehousing in India: Neeraj Bansal

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International Transport Journalweb site
NOVEMBER 24, 2017
  • Italsempione chooses partner in Morocco
  • New truck toll system in Slovenia
  • Contship Italia's presentation at Intermodal Europe
  • Heavylifttransport for Kia Motors
  • Moore Stephens says UK budget positive for shipping
  • Ecovadis awards Indonesian companies
  • Biggest A350 and little engineers
  • New investments in IT services in Malaysia
  • Milhala launches BCX service
  • Agena Tramp wins new client in Fos-Sur-Mer
  • Australia: Progress Rail snapping up Downer
  • Ten Cessna Grand Caravans above Botswana
  • Ceva opens new UK pharma facility
  • Deutsche Bahn takes old for new
  • Dnata cargo blockchain technology
  • Step by step to more speed in SW Minnesota
  • Port of Antwerp has new idea in the pipeline

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IHS Maritimeweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 2017
  • Rising revenue, rates lead ZIM to solid third quarter
  • BW LPG sees demand growth to exceed fleet expansion in VLGCs
  • BW Offshore FPSO secures one-year extension
  • SM Line the biggest buyer of secondhand box ships

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The Loadstarweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 2017
  • Thanksgiving sales boom: hit the mall or shop online, from on-couch?
  • 'Brisk' charter market activity, but don't get too excited, says Alphaliner
  • Zim reports $200m turnaround as Q3 results give the line 'cause for optimism'
  • BA cargo cartel appeal rejected
  • Roland Bosch succeeds Jurgen Wilder as CEO of DB Cargo
  • AmazonFresh scales back, but others want a taste of a growing market
  • Fuel duty: no cut disappoints trade associations

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Lloyd's Listweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 2017
  • Heidmar names James Pippard as new chief executive
    Freight executive joins pool operator after 25 years at Teekay
  • 90% of German shipping companies will bite the dust, Claus-Peter Offen predicts
    CPO Holding supremo declares himself ready to do deals as the field shrinks and would prefer mergers to acquisitions
  • VLGC outlook brightens from 2018, BW LPG's Ackermann says
    World's largest VLGC owner wants at least $20,000 per day for one-year charters amid fewer newbuilding deliveries and rising US...
  • German shipowners upbeat over ETS progress
    Text must be ratified by European Parliament
  • More academic rigour needed in digitalisation
    Europe International Technology and Innovation
  • OOCL says LNG not viable for ultra large boxships
    High design cost and bunkering challenges prevent LNG from entering the mainstream
  • Offen held rescue talks with Kortüm just before $600m debt write-off
    Hamburg shipping king nominates finance officer Jung for succession
  • Daily Briefing
    LPG: Light at the end of the tunnel
  • ALMC panelists express doubts about even bigger vessels
    Containers International Shipbuilding
  • Dry bulk: Why the Year of the Dog can wag its tail
    For the first time in several years, demand and supply equilibrium should be restored
  • UK budget fails to deliver maritime boost
    Extra funding announced for infrastructure, but it is unclear how much of that will go to maritime-related projects such as...
  • Zim strategy pays off with improved results in third quarter
    Updated: Line takes aim at vendors in effort to cut costs further
  • Chinese engineering vessel damaged in collision with boxship
    Collision caused a 2-3 metre breach on the engineering vessel's starboard side
  • South Korea rejects claims of systemic abuse of seafarers during military service
    The Ministry of Ocean and Fisheries says 'no significant abuses cases' were found following a review into claims of mistreatment...
  • Most ALMC panellists sceptical scrubber use can meet 2020 sulphur cap
    An IMO study noted there will be sufficient supplies of fuel that meet the sulphur cap requirements by 2020
  • BW LPG calls third-quarter 2017 the most challenging quarter for VLGC market since 2009
    Company reports $26.7m third-quarter loss on weak spot rates but sees rates rising in fourth quarter
  • Antwerp agrees deal to ease petrochemical transportation from oil terminals
    Firm operates pipelines carrying ethylene, propylene and technical gases to Belgian hinterlands
  • Korea's shipping revenues hit record low in 2016 amid Hanjin collapse
    Revenues from a total of 659 shipping companies was $29.3bn in 2016, a fall of 17.8% on the previous year
  • French authorities seek national port strategy to improve competitiveness
    Country needs world-class ports to further develop the maritime sector and create more jobs for the economy, says prime minister...
  • Significant payback on scrubbers likely as sulphur cap nears, Deutsche Bank says
    Bank's research shows that industry-wide complacency may translate to most ships being deemed uncompetitive when regulation kicks in
  • Second half of 2018 will be turning point for tanker market, says Frontline chief
    Falling global crude inventories and increased vessel scrapping to drive market recovery, says chief executive Robert Macleod
  • Designed for danger?
    Making seafarers liable for problems caused by radical ship designs seems distorted

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 2017
  • Rising rates and record peak season volume lift ZIM profitability
  • Danone links with JD to grow west China business

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TradeWindsweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 2017
  • School's out: Getting the message across
    When his kids' school flooded, Lawrence Royston made the leap from shipbroking communications and into educational messaging
  • The future is clear for commodities
    Major commodity exchanges are again moving into freight derivatives. Egbert Laege explains how Cleartrade aims to expand
  • The shipyard satellite that turned into a star
    TW+ visits Vietnam's Hyundai Vinashin Shipyard and asks what its success means for the future of similar yards
  • The Xi effect: Can China's 'new era' fuel the next big shipping boom?
    President Xi Jinping's campaign to assert Chinese power looks set to ensure the country remains the engine of shipping in the decade ahead. Julian Bray reports from Shanghai on how the experts expect the industry to be affected
  • Honesty and trust matter more than ever in new era
  • Veldhuizen heads for exit at DVB Bank
    Bank's aviation boss takes on additional responsibility following exit of Bart Veldhuizen.
  • ING's focus on target market key to growth
    Global shipping boss sticks to strategy with emphasis on building relationships
  • Don't panic if market stalls - grow your loan portfolio
  • SGX and EEX go head to head for freight futures
  • The truth behind that $10m payday for Eagle Bulk boss
    There is more than meets the eye to Gary Vogel's huge wage packet for 2016
  • Sovcomflot to weather storm after 'special year'
  • Lauritzen wary of Chinese 'dark horse' as dry recovery unfolds
    Danish owner is taking in tonnage amid a more positive view but is mindful of what Beijing may do
  • New look BDI may trigger Exchange Traded Funds
    SEC filing by New Jersey group sets scene for growing investor interest in freight futures
  • Hong Kong draws up battle lines in fight for cluster supremacy
    Local community aims to reinforce city's status as a major shipping centre in the face of aggressive regional rivals
  • Caspersen-led Sjoinvest sees profits triple
  • Torm's pivot on US listing sparks M&A speculation
    Decision to push through US flotation without equity issue leaves market asking what Jacob Meldgaard has up his sleeve
  • Ruling sets stage for $280m MSC Flaminia liability to be shared
    Decision by federal judge in New York seen to ease pressure on Stolt and Deltech, with risk growing for containership's owner and charterer
  • Germans beat Dutch hockey rivals for wheel prize
  • Old and new handysize vessels benefit from increase in demand
    Four German-controlled 1,700-teu vessels fixed - with modern designs reaping a healthy premium
  • Maersk Line fixtures fuel market but rates stall
  • Hilli Episeyo hoves into view off Cameroon after 40-day trip
  • Yamal Arc7 returns to DSME for repairs after incident
  • Russians tour South Korean yards to shape up Arctic LNG-2 plans
    Partner shipbuilders will need to co-operate on LNG carrier technology transfer for the 2023 start-up project
  • Two owners set to split newbuildings for Total charters
    But Engie asset buy complicates final decision on period deals for additional LNG tonnage to lift US shipments
  • Sovcomflot ups LNG-fuelled aframax order by two
  • Cheniere swoops in for LNG carrier charter haul
    Rates firming as tonnage enquiries rise, vessel availability slims and a new dynamic grips the market
  • Ineos shoulders newbuilding risk to restart VLEC drive
  • Abandoned newbuilds in better condition than many think
  • CMA CGM's adoption of LNG fuelling marks 'step change'
  • Cruise industry in spotlight as more ships visit sensitive areas
    Talk of a Tesla revolution at sea but there is no silver bullet for environmental challenges
  • Shipping and big data - a match made in heaven
    Information plays an increasingly prominent role, but naysayers still believe intuition brings the best results
  • Benefits for Maersk in 'exploratory journey'
  • Rethink on secrecy required to reap smart rewards
  • Earnings fall at Navig8 Chemical
  • Champagne corks may pop but little fizz to Torm's listing in US
    First tanker listing in New York for two-and-a-half years does not suggest the market is turning in the favour of shipowners despite Torm boss Jacob Meldgaard's attempts at optimism
  • Billion-dollar Cosco tanker order begins to take shape
    Expectations of a tanker building spree by China's biggest owner were confirmed by an order at DSIC this week - but further contracts are just around the corner
  • Stena Weco takes in three MR tankers on time charter
  • Reederei Nord to withdraw aframaxes from Heidmar pool
  • 'Tanker king' reveals size of private bulker riches
    Norway's John Fredriksen has been quietly buying bulkers and privately owns many more than most think
  • Pacific Carriers buys Ionia MR

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American Shipperweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 2017
  • ZIM turns profit in Q3
    ZIM handled 688,000 TEUs during the third quarter of 2017, a 10.6 percent boost from the third quarter of 2016. ZIM recorded a net profit o...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 2017
  • TRADER NOTE: Bunker fuel trader Maesy Koh departs BP Singapore
    Rest of the bunker fuel trading team still intact.
  • Sri Lanka's bunker sales to drop 30-35%, after-effect of India's GST cut
    Sales expected to revert to 55,000 mt/month.
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • Appeal of Iranian oil broadens further in Europe
    Last October, 1 million barrels of Iranian crude was delivered in to the port of Omisalj, according to data from Platts trade flow software cFlow.
  • FEATURE: Shipping industry sees fuel efficiency as solution to rising costs from 2020
    "The rush for technological innovation is going to be the important thing."
  • FUTURES: Crude lower after smaller-than-expected stock draw
  • DRY BULK: India's petcoke ban could slash USGC Supramax freight rates: sources
    Buyers in India have adopted a wait-and-see attitude as Supreme Court is due to issue a final ruling on December 4.

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