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31 March 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 14:45 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
NOVEMBER 27, 2017
  • Asia-Europe rate rises 0.7pc to US$694/TEU, falls 12pc to USWC
  • Rodolphe Saade takes the helm at CMA CGM after solid Q3 result
  • Zim's record peak season volume lifts result in major turnaround in profit
  • OOCL cancels Trans-Atlantic sailings over Christmas and New Year period
  • Hong Kong launch of war risk insurance syndicate for Asian shipowners
  • British ship insurer prepares for Brexit fallout
  • MCI wins contract for 3,700 reefer containers from Hapag-Lloyd
  • Maersk starts service to transport fruit from NE Brazil to Europe
  • SecureSystem brings smart shipping container technology to US
  • CEVA Logistics reshuffles senior line-up after departure of Helmut Kaspers
  • MNX boosts healthcare supply chain offering with Logical acquisition
  • ACS Q3 revenues boosted by income from hurricane response work
  • Smiths Detection's explosives trace detector gets TSA approval

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Exim Indiaweb site
NOVEMBER 26, 2017
  • Appositeness of the Doctrine of "Necessaries" as "Maritime Lien" for ship arrests
  • CMA CGM registers continued increase in volumes & revenues in Q3 2017
  • Maersk Line imports first-ever consignment of frozen fruit juice into NCR
  • No pollution detected at sight of vessel sinking off Mumbai coast
  • UK Autumn Budget seen having preserved stable tax regime for shipping
  • Maiden RoRo export shipment of trucks flagged off from Kolkata Port to Bangladesh
  • Port of Halifax delegation visits JNPT
  • APM Terminals Inland Services expands to serve industrial belt around Pune
  • Avvashya CCI Logistics commences operations at Bhiwandi warehouse
  • Merchandise Exports from India Scheme enhanced for two sub-sectors of textile industry
  • Centre approves over INR 1 lakh cr. worth shipping & highway projects in Tamil Nadu

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International Transport Journalweb site
NOVEMBER 27, 2017
  • Spies amongst the clients
  • Ethanol truck benefits French hauliers
  • Maintaler opens new branch office
  • PSA educating personnel for new Tuas mega port
  • Switzerland: bigger slice of pie for railway
  • Noatum in Bilbao opts for two new RMGs
  • Osprey fleet reaches operational milestone
  • Bolloré strengthens ties with Thales
  • Finnlines' lengthening project proceeding apace
  • Port of Barcelona pushes e-mobility
  • Blackburn to lead BVL from 1 January
  • Preparing Iran's airports for natural disasters
  • One million Renault trucks from Normandy
  • New technology to improve trans-Australia railway
  • Board reshuffle at DVB
  • New air cargo complex in central eastern India
  • Q3 strong for Zim

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IHS Maritimeweb site
NOVEMBER 24, 2017
  • Emerging economies driving car market growth
  • Jacques Saadé hands over CMA CGM chairmanship to son Rodolphe
  • Deutsche Asset Management invests in Italian towage leader Rimorchiatori Riuniti
  • Belt and Road: What's in it for marine insurance?
  • New North American sanitation rules for containers could go global
  • KDB issues refund guarantees for three of STX O&S' tanker orders
  • Successful litigants can be made to pay for bypassing mediation
  • Chinese LNG imports could see winter spike
  • Sungdong management, provincial authorities seek self-rescue

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The Loadstarweb site
NOVEMBER 24, 2017
  • Transpac fears as pressure on spot rates hardens, but Asia-Europe is calmer
  • Pilots put brakes on Air Canada-Cargojet freighter partnership
  • Damco increases its footprint to keep pace with growth in Myanmar
  • The complete package: Black Friday and Christmas logistics
  • HNA Group acquires Australia's AHG refrigerated logistics unit
  • Neil Grant-Hunter quits Air Canada after 30 years to join Swissport
  • Lars Jokumsen takes over DSV shortsea operations
  • Ex-trucker has some questions on Tesla's Semi
  • MSC eyes stake in Russian cargo major Transcontainer

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Marine Logweb site
NOVEMBER 24, 2017
  • River cruise vessel market continues expansion

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Lloyd's Listweb site
NOVEMBER 24, 2017
  • Sovcomflot adopts prudent approach to LNG bunkering
    Leading tanker player to operate more than 10 dual-fuel aframaxes in coming years
  • Rodolphe Saadé steps into father's role at CMA CGM as founder moves aside
    Jacques Saadé hands over chairmanship to son as French carrier reports strong growth in third quarter
  • UK Club to set up Netherlands subsidiary to secure passporting rights
    Move follows North and Standard's decision to opt for Dublin as Brexit talks make limited progress
  • Rate slides putting downward pressure on Asia-Europe contract negotiations
    Lines now relying on a healthy December and pre-Chinese New Year spike to boost shipper talks, say analysts
  • Daily Briefing
    Offen held rescue talks with Kortüm just before $600m debt write-off
  • Cautious optimism for Hong Kong's maritime future
    The Greater Bay Area initiative to create a regional 'super-cluster' of cities will require some give and take for all...
  • On the bus ride to digital disruption
    Maritime digitalisation is a one-way journey that has no clear path and no set timeline
  • Container lines: Prospects brighten against backdrop of more consolidation
    Merger and acquisition activity will continue to reshape the box trades in the coming year
  • Euronav and DHT sell their oldest VLCCs
    VesselsValue reports asset player Ridgebury Tankers picks up the four vessels built in the early 2000s
  • President of Hanjin's affiliated university to face disciplinary measures
    South Korean authorities said Choi Soon-ja failed to provide tangible evidence to support purchase of corporate bonds
  • Canada inks pact with IMO on Polar Code implementation training
    Nation to fund four regional training workshops run by the International Maritime Organization
  • The man behind Bocomm Leasing
    Inter-lessor asset trading to increase and leasing houses will have to get used to lower margins ahead, says chairman Chen Min
  • Hong Kong-Singapore maritime rivalry continues at Mare Forum
    Tax benefits and initiatives to nurture younger maritime professionals in both cities among key topics
  • Adoption of LNG as a marine fuel slower than anticipated, says DNV GL
    But turning point for LNG uptake is approaching
  • Antwerp port and Belgian authorities invest in digital data platform
    Port authority to take 75% stake in NxtPort, with FPIM taking 25%
  • Hong Kong shipowners call for a statutory body to guide industry
    Independent maritime authority with ample resources needed to deal with rising competition in Asia
  • Vitol has a new head of shipping
    Kit Kernon has gradually taken on responsibilities in the commodity trader's shipping unit

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
NOVEMBER 24, 2017
  • Leadership change at the top of CMA CGM after solid Q3 result
  • Brownsville port looks to energy traffic for growth
  • New challenges await Gulf ports, inland networks post-Harvey
  • Black Friday demand bolsters booming air freight shipments
  • Visibility tools key to combating supply chain disruption
  • DP World strengthens Mundra as market tightens
  • Black Friday plunge for trans-Pacific spot rates

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TradeWindsweb site
NOVEMBER 24, 2017
  • MPC Container Ships takes $130m fleet
    Olso-based boxship owner uses freshly raised equity capital for new acquisitions.
  • Rodolphe Saade takes chairman's chair at CMA CGM
    Change sees founder assume a back seat and comes as Marseilles-based company returns to profit.
  • Ridgebury Tankers spree shows there is life in old VLCCs
    DNB Markets analyst calculates how veteran crude tankers can make money and avoid the scrap heap.
  • AM Nomikos continues to cash in MEP fleet
    Greek owner believes to have sold brace of modern bulkers to Zodiac Maritime.
  • Oceanteam reveals row with KPMG
    Auditor quits after OSV owner suspended its services earlier this month.
  • Korea Ship Finance VLCC sold for demolition
    Korea Ship Finance has sold its sole VLCC for demolition, TradeWinds understands. Sources say the 298,000-dwt OS Arcadia (built 1996) has been sold as is in Singapore for $420 per ldt or $17.7m. The ship is set to be resold to Bangladesh. Yesterday brokers said the tanker was close to being sold for $405 per ldt. The ship is to be delivered either late in December of mid January. Kor
  • Sado Steam Ship sees loss grow
    Japanese ferry owner further in the red despite higher revenue.
  • Graft charges ordered against Baseco directors
    Philippines ombudsman makes allegations of cash withdrawals without valid documentation.
  • Hoegh LNG ends Pakistan FSRU deal
    Hoegh LNG has axed a contract in Pakistan that would have employed an FSRU newbuilding. Much speculation has surrounded the fate of the charter since ExxonMobil pulled out of the project. Hoegh LNG shares slide on ExxonMobil move Today Hoegh LNG confirmed the the termination of the deal signed in late 2016. It was planning to use one of its three newbuildings on the project and today repeated
  • DCI turns around six-month loss
    Indian state dredger owner back in black as revenue grows.
  • BW Offshore notes increased demand for new FPSOs
    Positive commentary comes as the Oslo-listed company wheeled out solid third quarter financials.
  • Shell takes Mokster PSV on term deal
    Supply ship booked for at least four months by oil major off UK.
  • DHT Holdings sells trio of veteran VLCCs
    One buyer snaps up $66.5m bundle of tankers from New York-listed owner.
  • Sincere Navigation logs lower earnings
    Taiwanese bulker owner hit by fall in revenue in third quarter.
  • Svanevik quits Seadrill board
    Orjan Svanevik has resigned his board seat at John Fredriksen's Seadrill. Svanevik is stepping down as a director just a few weeks after ending his short executive stint at Seatankers. The former Aker executive has held directorships with Fredriksen companies since 2014. This September he was appointed chief operating officer of Seatankers but left just five weeks later following a disagreem
  • Malaysian owners eye $709m fund
    Government also lines up tax breaks for fleet expansion.
  • Navios Partners tipped to scrap oldest bulker
    Cash cow bulker bought back in 2002 now heading for the breakers' beaches.
  • WEB TV: ferry demolishes building
    Pelni ship ploughs into port office in Indonesia
  • Tankers still on course at James Fisher
    UK owner says recent positive performance maintained so far this year.
  • Moody's upgrades Navios after bond sale
    Ratings agency says new debt addresses maturity of 2019 issue.
  • Standard Drilling expects OSV upturn in spring
    Oslo-listed company's loss grows in the third quarter.
  • Euronav makes $7.7m profit on VLCC sale
    Owner confirms departure of 2001-built Artois to Ridgebury.
  • Finnlines receives first "jumboised" ro-ro
    Shipowner says lengthened ships will cut energy consumption per transported unit.
  • Cosco Shipping capesize fined for speeding
    Canadian authorities penalise three more owners for not respecting Gulf of St Lawrence restrictions.
  • Silver Cloud maiden Antarctica voyage cancelled
    Silversea expects recently converted vessel to be ready for next departure on 1 December 2017.

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American Shipperweb site
NOVEMBER 24, 2017
  • Eimskip Q3 earnings sink amid higher revenues
    Icelandic shipping company Eimskip reported net earnings of 8.8 million euros (U.S. $10.4 million) for the third quarter of 2017, falling 6...
  • Milaha lunches feeder service between Sri Lanka, Bangladesh
    Qatar-based maritime transport and logistics conglomerate Milaha is launching a direct feeder service between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, the...
  • CMA CGM: Four ships currently under construction will be French-flagged
    French container carrier CMA CGM said Nov. 21 that it's future flagship, a 20,600-TEU container vessel, will be named CMA CGM Antoine de Sa...
  • Port of Vancouver USA approves $68.5m 2018 budget
    The Port of Vancouver USA's board of commissioners has unanimously approved a $68.5 million 2018 budget for the port, $16.7 million lower t...
  • Intermodal rates inch up in October
    North American intermodal rates in October inched up 1.9 percent from 12 months prior, according to the latest Cass Intermodal Price Index,...
  • ATA: Truck tonnage ticks up 3.3% in October
    Domestic truck tonnage in October ticked up 3.3 percent from the previous month, following a 1.9 percent monthly decline in September, acco...
  • Antwerp Port Authority acquires pipeline operator in $51.7m deal
    The Antwerp Port Authority will acquire pipeline operator Nationale Maatschappij der Pijpleidingen (NMP) from its current shareholders, Ack...
  • NRF: Organized retail crime continues to grow
    Organized retail crime is on the rise, according to the NRF. Organized retail crime (ORC) continues to be a growing problem, according to a...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
NOVEMBER 24, 2017
  • S&P Global Ratings sees $55/b Brent next year
  • Fuel oil stocks at ARA hub fall on week on VLCC loading: PJK
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • FUTURES: NYMEX crude rises on Keystone pipeline outage

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