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Sched Netweb site
APRIL 28, 2017
  • APL launches China-Indonesia CS6 loop to extend SE Asian network
  • Too much easy money fuels overcapacity in shipping says DBS CEO
  • Singapore weighs its role in the evolving box shipping sector
  • Port of Halifax vies to secure Nova Scotia mega box terminal
  • China's North Korea traders suffer mounting customs delays
  • IMF regional boss urges China to free up more of its services sector
  • Brian Wu elected new HAFFA chairman as Cliff Sullivan steps down
  • Cargotec Q1 profit off 6.6pc to US$39.7 million as sales slip 4.2pc
  • Armed Somalia pirate attacks flare again, ending five-year hiatus
  • Cargolux 2016 profit falls 88pc to US$5.5 million, sales down 5.9pc
  • Air cargo all-in freight rates increase 7.9pc in March
  • INT, Trans Global Projects, ACE Logistics join WACO System

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Exim Indiaweb site
APRIL 27, 2017
  • EU data protection laws also applicable to shipping
  • Implementation of the new alliances seen key for container shipping in 2017
  • ITIC urges shipbrokers to check internal communications systems
  • Maersk appoints Navneet Kapoor as Head of Global Service Centres
  • Maersk partners with Microsoft to power digital
  • SCI adds largest Suezmax tanker to its fleet
  • Singapore ranked world's top maritime capital for third consecutive time
  • Kandla Port to get a complete makeover under Sagarmala
  • NDR Group inaugurates new Inland Container Depot at Sachana, Ahmedabad
  • Extension of time period for anti-dumping investigation concerning imports of certain casting meant for Wind-operated electricity Generators/Windmills originating in or exported from the People's Republic of China

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International Transport Journalweb site
APRIL 28, 2017
  • Offer stands
  • Finland/Russia: first private cross-border transport
  • Acquisition of LNG/LPG carrier called off
  • Oman Air pruning back regional services
  • Sales on upward trajectory at Swiss subsidiary
  • All coal carrying systems re-open in Queensland
  • Drewry not so confident in LNG vessel recovery
  • POLB promotes engineering executives
  • AAPA reports healthy expansion in March 2017
  • Marginal increase in Q1 net income
  • New weekly Duisburg - Wilhelmshaven box shuttle
  • New horizons for Baltic Exchange?
  • Head and tail winds for Cargolux in 2016
  • Clipper recruits new COO
  • B Logistics renamed Lineas
  • Two executive appointments at Cargologicair

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IHS Maritimeweb site
APRIL 27, 2017
  • Frontline turns to Marshall Islands authorities to neutralise DHT poison pill
  • GS Caltex books small products tanker
  • Thun orders four 17,500 dwt product tankers as market seen for gradual recovery
  • Exmar and Vopak call off FSRU deal
  • DSME finally sees profit
  • Crude oil and chemicals ignite Nanjing port's Q1 profit
  • HHI's Q1 profit up 90%, wins VLCCs from Sentek
  • Maersk separates IT and digital divisions to speed up digitalisation
  • Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore inaugurated in Busan
  • Sammok sells two ships as asset values rise
  • HMM in row with PSA over handling fees

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The Loadstarweb site
APRIL 27, 2017
  • Alliance revamp 'a disaster', bringing chaos to Asia-Europe tradelanes
  • Cargo revenue surge gives Lufthansa Q1 results a welcome lift
  • New Priok container terminal will 'change the face of logistics in Indonesia'
  • CJ Korea Express boosts its global ambitions with buys in India and UAE
  • UPS sees growth in volumes and revenue in Q1
  • Forwarders hit out at airlines putting the squeeze on cool chain ground handlers

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Marine Logweb site
APRIL 27, 2017
  • Successful first year for methanol-fueled ships
  • Wilhelmsen inks $400 million deal for Drew Marine tech solutions
  • Horizon delivers towboat with retractable pilot house
  • Gondan launches first SOV to be built in Spain
  • Frontline spat with DHT moves to the Marshall Islands
  • Metal Shark to start build for stock program
  • Hyundai Heavy reports fifth profitable quarter in a row
  • Becker reports continued Asian market successes

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Lloyd's Listweb site
APRIL 27, 2017
  • Seaspan 'comfortable' with counterparty Yang Ming
    Containership owner that charters 10,000 teu series to Taiwan line with suspended shares says payments are up to date
  • Capesize bulkers bottom after 12% drop but outlook still soft
    Ballasters on way to North Atlantic
  • Looking for trends in the fog
    If you are trying to make sense of what is happening in shipping, try a US army colonel's advice that news is what you make of it
  • Germany's Oskar Wehr sells half of bulker fleet
    Dry bulk and container owner will be left with just five bulkers following the sale
  • Forwarders optimistic about Asia-Europe growth
    Survey finds 54% expect higher volumes three months from now and 70% expect rise in eastbound ocean freight, following strong month-on-month gains
  • What role for brokers in digitalisation era?
    Brokers have time to add value to their services while online platforms catch up with complex trades
  • Scorpio Tankers falls into the red as poor market takes its toll
    Newbuilding deliveries, low refining margins and lack of arbitrage opportunities combine to drag large listed player down
  • Management needs to be held accountable for vessel incidents
    There should be no compromise on ship safety, says Aurora Tankers chief
  • DP World reports robust first-quarter volume growth
    Box numbers up 5.7% in the first three months of 2017
  • Do not run ships like donkey carts, owners told
    Discipline is the answer to self-inflicted problems in the shipping industry, owners claim
  • China box congestion spreads to other ports
    Liner alliance reshuffle blamed as Qingdao and Ningbo terminals join Shanghai in facing berthing delays and rising yard density
  • Wan Hai in no rush to join containers consolidation
    Vice-chairman Randy Chen says it remains to be seen whether consolidation is worth being involved in
  • Frontline files complaint against DHT in Marshall Islands
    Update: DHT says complaint is 'without merit' like the previous one in New York
  • China to have greater impact on shipping than Brexit and Trump, says Clarksons Research
    One Belt, One Road initiative will be key driver of global trade, says chief
  • Regional solutions best way to fight piracy
    ReCAAP model has proved effective in keeping piracy in Asia in check
  • IMO's low-sulphur cap will boost tanker demand after 2020
    Unlike other segments, tanker trades will benefit from disruptions to fuel supply
  • Lye calls for focus on safety at sea after Stellar Daisy
    Anglo American's shipping head stresses need for action rather than bureaucratic programmes
  • Power-sharing revamped at Seaspan
    New executive committee to steer the company as gradual recovery in charter rates begins
  • Dry bulk best positioned to capitalise on regional opportunities
    Logistics providers in the segment are poised to benefit from an integrated logistics chain, says Rhodium Investments
  • Trump's removal of regulatory hurdles is positive for shipping
    Lower taxes will raise spending on consumer goods, which is beneficial for chemical demand, says Aurora Tankers chief

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
APRIL 27, 2017
  • Brazilian ports prep for general strike
  • US logistics demand accelerates warehouse absorption
  • Charleston attracts share of US Gulf resin exports
  • Swift, Knight struggle with truckload rates, costs, capacity
  • Lufthansa Cargo back in the black
  • Seaspan delays newbuild deliveries after earnings slide
  • 'Economic momentum' helps ODFL boost revenue, profit
  • Cargolux profit shrinks as volume rises
  • Europe, Americas fuel growth at DP World
  • Maersk Line separates tech divisions to drive digitalization
  • Japanese air cargo poised for more growth

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TradeWindsweb site
APRIL 27, 2017
  • Chia wants export credits to aid Singapore yard competitiveness
  • Sector under threat from cheap ships and ongoing talent drain
    Dutch offshore heavyweight Coco Vroon says speculative purchasing of laid-up assets by inexperienced operators is a potential issue for the offshore market
  • Offshore unit pulls down Exmar's result
    LNG and LPG shipping units also see operating profit fall from year ago.
  • Wilhelmsen swoops on Drew Marine technical arm in $400m deal
    Group picks up
  • Offshore unit pulls down Exmar's results
    LNG and LPG shipping units also see operating profits fall from year ago.
  • Ethylene ship Gaschem Beluga takes a bow
  • Fredriksen chase offers royal approval for tanker market
    Analyst says 'tanker king's' hot pursuit of DHT a sign of recovery as Euronav boss stresses 'only way is up' for tanker values.
  • DryShips pays off last of its legacy loans
    George Economou-led shipowner completes balance sheet 'transformation'.

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American Shipperweb site
APRIL 27, 2017
  • ODFL's Q1 net income rises 9.1%
    Old Dominion Freight Line (ODFL) posted a net income of $65.8 million for the first quarter of 2017, a 9.1 percent increase from the corres...
  • Schiphol Airport's growth soars in Q1
    Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport handled a record 420,168 metric tons of cargo during the first quarter of 2017, an increase of 8 percent year-...
  • Port of Brownsville receives first grain shipment in over seven years
    Source: Port of Brownsville West Plains accepted 109 railcars of grain at the Port of Brownsville on Tuesday, marking the U.S. Gulf Coast po...
  • Drewry: Most container carriers will make a profit in 2017
    After losing money in 2016, Drewry is forecasting most container carriers will have small profits in 2017. The London-based shipping resea...
  • White House clears up confusion on NAFTA direction
    President Donald Trump will work to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)with Mexico and Canada rather than withdraw ...
  • Seaspan sees Q1 profits soar after tough 2016
    Hong Kong-based global containership owner and charterer Seaspan Corp. is back in the black in the first quarter of 2017 after a tumultuous...
  • COSCO Ports Q1 profits slip despite increasing volumes
    COSCO SHIPPING Ports Ltd. reported profits attributable to equity shareholders of the company of $37.6 million in the first quarter of 2017...
  • FMC reviews 13 OTI license applications
    The U.S. Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) has received 13 ocean transportation intermediary (OTI) license applications and changes for rev...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
APRIL 27, 2017
  • Consolidation in containers could augur more sustainable freight rates: expert
    "Perhaps the darkest days are past and we await better days. Meantime, my money is on cruise ships," Aw said.
  • INTERVIEW: Germany's Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement eyes LNG marine, offshore projects in Asia
    Potential projects in the North Sea may touch on the offshore sector
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • Belgian gas shipper Exmar's planned FSRU sale to Vopak called off
    Exmar did not manage to get the consent of its joint venture partners which are LNG carriers and charterers.
  • Singapore's MPA, PSA Singapore invest $21.5 mil in new port technologies
    The renewed MOU is one of five that MPA signed Thursday with local and international partners at the Singapore Maritime Technology Conference.

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