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03 April 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 10:58 GMT+2




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Sched Netweb site
MAY 26, 2017
  • Hapag-Lloyd and UASC merger complete, creating 230-ship fleet
  • DHL's Shenzhen-to-Minsk rail service along 'Belt and Road' route
  • Federal Highway Administration discards Obama's greenhouse gas order
  • CMA CGM founder Saade made Commander, Order of Maritime Merit
  • Kick-off of bipartisan bill to incentivise US infrastructure investors
  • Genesis of Oslo's MPC boxship hub and spoke feeder fleet unveiled
  • K+N plies Yangtze to cut trucks from inland Taicang to Yangshan megaport
  • IBM research chief: Blockchains could save world shipping billions
  • Marshall Islands extends use of its logbook for oil, garbage records
  • Philippines Shipping Register rebrands to net domestic tonnage
  • Fraport profit soars 24.5pc to US$20.2 million, revenues rise 3.5pc
  • Brussels April air cargo up 12pc to 46,000 tons despite noise rules
  • MidAmerica Airport reinvents itself after landing Volga-Dnepr

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Exim Indiaweb site
MAY 25, 2017
  • Cabinet approves allocation of 2.5 pc Central Road Fund for development & maintenance of National Waterways by amending Central Road Fund Act
  • Evergreen recognised for Corporate Governance Excellence for third consecutive year
  • Hapag-Lloyd & UASC complete merger
  • Maersk Line launches enhanced MESAWA service for West & South African cargo & new PROTEA service for South Africa
  • MOL starts initiative to develop enhanced safety support tool for vessels
  • JN Port continues to be dominant & attain new highs
  • Reaction of Anjani Mandal, CEO, Fortigo Networks, on the recent announcement of GST rates & its impact on the logistics industry
  • Cabinet approves phasing out of Foreign Investment Promotion Board
  • Income Tax Department steps up actions under Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Amendment Act, 2016
  • SEZ exports up
  • Textile & clothing export target reduced

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International Transport Journalweb site
MAY 26, 2017
  • Railfreight traffic rising in CIS
  • Perishables travelling faster through Nola
  • UK: first train delivers aggregates to AV Dawson
  • ECG (re-)elects board members
  • US railroad clients investing heavily in infrastructure
  • Satisfying Q1 for port of Hamburg
  • US freight management solution provider names COO
  • New temp controlled facility near Miami airport
  • Bombardier imports in US line of fire
  • New regular blocktrain links Russian cities
  • RWI/ISL container index slower in April
  • Bolloré Benin inaugurates new headquarters in Cotonou
  • Aviation expert to develop Martek's UAV offer
  • Rwandair touches down in Europe today

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IHS Maritimeweb site
MAY 25, 2017
  • CSIC raises USD566 million in share offering
  • DSME sells subsidiaries as cost-cutting drive continues
  • Vallianz secures USD115 million charter; Rawabi to increase equity stake
  • Stolt-Nielsen Gas orders two LNG carriers from Keppel Singmarine
  • Shipowners monitoring Noble Group after S&P downgrade

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The Loadstarweb site
MAY 25, 2017
  • Air freight community welcomes the evolution of Heathrow CargoCloud app
  • Gatemore boosts investment in DX Group in a bid to repel Menzies takeover
  • Analysis: cut in dividend may sound a warning to APMM investors
  • Russia refuses to send 'most' rail freight to Latvia
  • Duncan Clarke joins GB Railfreight board as Lee Armstrong returns as commercial director
  • Agility settles case over food supplies to US forces in Middle East

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Marine Logweb site
MAY 25, 2017
  • OOCL France now largest vessel to transit Panama Canal
  • ABS gains another customer for NS workboat app
  • Vietnam Coast Guard takes delivery of Metal Shark patrol boats
  • New harbor tug to have twin Veth Z-drives
  • Noble drillship gets latest Sonardyne DP reference tech
  • MV Werften lays keels for two Crystal River Cruises vessels
  • Nor Lines and R-R sign "Power-by-the-Hour" service agreement
  • Ro/Ro duo to have Wartsila propellers and shaft generators
  • Gondan delivers first European built dual fuel tug

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MAY 25, 2017
  • Navios takes first five Rickmers Trust containerships
    Angeliki Frangou-led owner focuses on takeover of another nine boxships under master deal
  • Electrifying revelations
    How is shipping to to achieve the ICS target of cutting emissions per tonne-km by at least 50% on 2008 figures, by 2050?
  • Sky high Europe-Asia rates the 'new norm'
    Maersk's European chief says demand for European goods from Asia's rising middle class will only continue to drive upwards
  • Ailing capesize market loses upward momentum
    Overall slow Chinese demand hurts owners even as longhaul bauxite trade supports tonne-mile demand
  • Desperate owners sacrifice VLGC rate levels to clear open tonnage
    Spot market pressure builds as vessels jostle for position, making life difficult for owners
  • Barge delays of several days at Rotterdam World Gateway
    Intermodal operator Contargo outlines contingency plans after new alliance schedules disrupt RWG container terminal
  • VLCC heading into US terminal, says Euronav's Rodgers
    Very large crude carrier Anne will load US oil today in historic trial
  • BW LPG board member Benny resigns
    Dato' Benny is a founding member of law firm Joseph Tan Jude Benny
  • Rickmers rebels have blocking minority, insists ringleader
    Give us more cash or we scupper survival, French fund manager threatens
  • Alliances under the regulatory spotlight
    Opinion: Cargo interests press for greater oversight as the scale of new groupings creates competition concerns

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MAY 25, 2017
  • US funds to kickstart deepening at Charleston, Jacksonville, Boston
  • US bill would make carriers choose: alliances or discussion groups
  • Lack of rolling stock pinches Russian rail shippers
  • New alliances cause Rotterdam barge delays
  • JNPT steps up productivity drive amid rising competition
  • YRC takes new tack with customers as disruption looms
  • Container rebound drives Costamare share sale
  • Asian air hubs report double-digit growth

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TradeWindsweb site
MAY 25, 2017
  • Ecdis can be 'the brains' behind automated vessel operations
    Transas chief Frank Coles says electronic navigation systems are paving the way for fleets to be managed from shoreside centres
  • Regulatory worries keeping handy sector orders in check
    A leading owner thinks uncertainty about the effect of emissions regulations could save handysize ships from a round of over-ordering, even if rates improve enough to put new vessels back in the money.
  • Knutsen bags Chevron high-spec suezmax
  • Oil output curbs pose challenge for tankers
    But resumption of Nigeria exports and new US loadings may help ease 2017 pain
  • Profitable start for Fredriksen's Arctic Shipping
  • Released SFI boxship finds employment with MSC
    Deal done as rally in containership charter market starts to run out of steam
  • Enesel adds third VLCC to Hyundai series
  • CMA CGM takes Zodiac Maritime boxship pair
  • Falling prices tempt TCC to ink VLCC orders
    Hong Kong owner books VLCCs in South Korea where hungry shipbuilders are now offering some of the most competitive prices around
  • Stealth fixes aframax out for three years
  • Vale resumes shipments using controversial VLOCs
    Brazil miner starts loading contentious conversions again but doubts hang over how many of the 17 ships it will keep
  • Chinese leasing houses take the lead in dry bulk projects
    Institutions are increasingly planning their own newbuilding programmes but are struggling with stricter internal risk controls
  • Shipowner pair mooted for Endesa LNG vessel charter
    Norwegian company tipped as favourite to ink long-running business for one of three vessels
  • Teekay bags LNG 'first' with Osaka Gas
  • Damaged LNG carrier enters Singapore dock
  • Gail asks owners for extra time on LNG ship tender
    Rates and vessels for three-year time charters said to span a wide offering
  • Dynagas progresses mystery FSRU newbuilding project
  • PLN nudges back Java-1 decision
  • Cash buyers suffer big losses on vessel buys
  • Demolition sale of GSP Falcon stirs controversy
    Sale of offshore vessel for demolition in India appears to breach European law on the export of hazardous waste
  • Sanko seizes JIT funds ahead of arbitration fight
  • Union Maritime inks MR tankers at Hyundai Mipo
    Growing company books up to four newbuildings for around $128m at Hyundai Mipo Dockyard after series of secondhand deals
  • Champion gets firm price for veteran tanker
  • Galbraith's opens doors in Oslo with Winje and ABG Sundal Collier on board
    Winmar veteran to lead newbuilding activity from Norwegian capital in move that also deepens finance business.
  • Athens exchange in final stand with Ariston exit
    Roussos family takes listed dry bulk venture back into private hands
  • Sweeping exceptionalism puts shipping in dangerous waters
    Shipping has been around longer than most industries but does that give it the right to regard itself as exceptional?
  • German shipping will be badly burnt if Rickmers goes down in flames
    Crunch bondholders' meeting in airport hotel next week will determine the fate of Rickmers Group, and with it the trajectory of Germany's battered shipping cluster
  • Niovis vintage bulker finds trading buyer
  • StealthGas beats Street with record revenue
    Harry Vafias-led owner's earnings per share three cents ahead of consensus in first quarter.
  • Costamare nets $110m from upsized share offering
    Share price drops by one tenth on New York Stock Exchange as equity raise prices at 8.5% discount.

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American Shipperweb site
MAY 25, 2017
  • NAFTA trade exceeds $100b in March
    Photo: Ronnie Chua / Shutterstock North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) trade valuesgrew 10.9 percent year-over-year in March to $100....
  • House T&I Committee proposes new restriction on liner carriers
    Major changes to liner shipping regulation have been proposed by the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee of the U.S. House of Repre...
  • Tulsa Port of Catoosa tonnage soars in April
    Total barge tonnage at the Tulsa Port of Catoosa shot up 29 percent in April 2017 compared to the same 2016 period, according to recent por...
  • U.S. e-cigarette imports top $342 million in 2016
    The Government Accountability Office (GAO) recorded $342 million in e-cigarette related imports during 2016, which resulted in $9 million i...
  • Australia drops farm export subsidies
    Australia became the first World Trade Organization member to eliminate its farm export subsidies, meeting its obligation to the 2015 Nairo...
  • Strike in Chile slows border crossings, freight movement
    Customs officials within the National Association of Customs Officers (ANFACH) in Chile went on strike earlier this week, causing major dis...
  • Euroports pours investments into sugar terminals
    Global port operator Euroports is aiming to take advantage of the upcoming liberalization of the European sugar market by investing in exis...
  • Port of Seattle contributes to rail overpass project
    The Port of Seattle Commission on Tuesday agreed to provide $595,000 to help fund a highway overpass in Kent, Wash., in order to reduce con...
  • Air Transport: Short-term solutions, long-term problems
    The International Air Transport Association (IATA) recently reported the largest increase in air cargo tonnage since 2010. In March, worldw...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MAY 25, 2017
  • Piraeus bunker market braced for tightening barges
    The busy barging schedule at the weekend will come after some delays loading at the refinery Wednesday night, sources said.
  • Oil futures plunge as OPEC decides against deepening supply cuts
    The deal commits OPEC and 11 non-OPEC producers to maintain cuts of nearly 1.8 million b/d through March 2018.
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • OPEC set to roll over same output cuts for 9 months: Saudi Energy Minister
    "The plan now is to stay steady and go through the nine months and monitor," Falih said.
  • IEA says IMO should take "proactive action" to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
    Raising EEDI, introducing mandatory standards on operational efficiency, pricing GHG emissions and more engagement by ports also recommended.
  • FUTURES: Crude higher as investors await Vienna summit outcome




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