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Sched Netweb site
NOVEMBER 28, 2017
  • Sino-Panama deal means more Chinese will serve on Panamanian ships
  • Singapore and Hong Kong find it hard to keep taxes low as people age
  • Sydney overtakes Melbourne again as Australia's biggest box port
  • Colombo electrifies RTGs for US$10 million as greening trumps costs
  • Transpac rates slip, erase November gains as slack season begins
  • CMA CGM's four 20,000-TEU+ ships being built to be delivered by 2020
  • Scrubbers lose out against low sulphur fuel in HK panel discussion
  • Alphaliner cuts lay-up forecast, reports life for old panamaxes
  • Location of Oman's Salalah, Sohar ports touted as best asset
  • Happy days are here - Abu Dhabi ship finance meet ends on high note
  • Chinese aviation giant HNA lied during Swiss takeover deal, says regulator
  • Airbus exploring single-pilot, then autonomous aviation potential
  • China Southern joins AA to take mainland rivals' market share
  • Milaha starts Sri Lanka-Bangladesh feeder to tap garment demand

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Exim Indiaweb site
NOVEMBER 27, 2017
  • Customers vote MSC container line of the year
  • Maersk opens new capability centre in Bangalore
  • Maiden shipment arrives at Finland's Manga LNG import terminal
  • New BoxTech container database upgraded
  • Omar Shamsie appointed President of Maersk Line North America
  • SCFI Asia to Northern Europe spot rates up
  • Update on SCI Ratna
  • Yang Ming announces completion of rights offering
  • ZIM registers impressive results in Q3 & nine months
  • ZIM's new blockchain-based Bill of Lading
  • Jawaharlal Nehru Port aims to be among the top 10 ports in the world
  • JNPT's Wardha Dry Port to become engine of growth in Vidarbha: Neeraj Bansal
  • Paradip Port successfully berths another Capesize vessel
  • JNPT observes Vigilance Awareness Week

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International Transport Journalweb site
NOVEMBER 28, 2017
  • Study highlights rail's value to New Zealand
  • FGL wins Atlas award
  • Panattoni building for Noerpel
  • Diana Shipping chartering from Swiss Marine Services
  • Wagon rentals at highest level since end of 2008
  • Alta welcomes first airline from Belize
  • GDP certificate for Gefco Wuppertal
  • Reshuffle continuing at Deutsche Bahn
  • Vienna airport increases freight capabilities
  • UTLC and Forwardis offering rail transport services
  • Good figures in Q3 for CMA CGM
  • New GBA branch in Portugal
  • Morocco: first modernised stretch of track in service
  • 2017: box volumes exceed expectations, says Drewry
  • Ascending the CMA CGM throne
  • ABC partnering Sky Fresh

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IHS Maritimeweb site
NOVEMBER 27, 2017
  • Judge acquits Seaman Guard Ohio crew of all charges
  • Shipbuilding forum stresses primacy of safety in new vessel designs
  • Capital markets team quits Offen to join ER
  • Profit at last for Jinhui
  • COSCO Shipping benefits from alliance with e-commerce giant
  • Höegh terminates FSRU charter for Pakistan LNG project
  • Korea P&I Club in tie-up with shipowners and Korean Register
  • STX O&S appeals for voluntary retirements
  • COSCO Shipping International scraps another bulk carrier
  • Dong-A Tanker offloads new Suezmax tankers

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The Loadstarweb site
NOVEMBER 27, 2017
  • National Air Cargo set to fly out of bankruptcy as cash flows in
  • Executive shake-up at IAG Cargo as David Shepherd is appointed director of digital ventures
  • CMA CGM Q3 sees record liftings and a $600m turnaround on 2016
  • East Europe's logistics players growing fast, but need infrastructure support
  • Analysis: Maersk vs Hapag-Lloyd with D-Day just round the corner
  • Neil Ashworth appointed Yodel's new chief commercial officer
  • Rodolphe Saade formally succeeds his father as chairman of CMA CGM
  • Yang Ming announces completion of rights offering
  • Etihad names Justin Carr as new cargo chief and boosts freight team

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Marine Logweb site
NOVEMBER 27, 2017
  • EBDG designs new North Carolina DOT ferry
  • AIDAperla to operate on LNG when in Mediterranean ports
  • Seaman Guard Ohio crew and guards ordered to be released
  • Commissioner Doyle to leave FMC
  • Rolls-Royce opens first Ship Intelligence Experience Space
  • Some NYC Ferry vessels sidelined for repairs

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Lloyd's Listweb site
NOVEMBER 27, 2017
  • Greek Shipping Awards 2017: Winners unveiled
    Marinakis, Ioannidis, Martinos and Radziwill among those honoured in front of 1,200 attendees as Maran Tankers and Carras (Hellas) scoop...
  • Doyle to step down from FMC
    The departure of Democrat William Doyle from the Washington agency will shift the political balance and leaves a gap at...
  • Crew of Seaman Guard Ohio cleared of weapons charges in Indian court
    It is unclear when the crew can return home because the Indian authorities may appeal the decision
  • Opec casts long shadow over VLCC owners' disappointing winter
    Spot earnings down 18% counter seasonally as cartel's supply cut expected to be extended
  • Tanker thwarts armed attack off Yemen
    Armed perpetrators in a speedboat chased and fired upon Panama-flagged, 1991-built combined chemical and oil tanker
  • Container ports: Facing up to age of maturity
    Moderate growth will become the 'new normal', as China's influence on the port sector grows
  • Daily Briefing
    Prospects brighten against backdrop of more consolidation
  • Venezuelan tanker demand tumbles as PDVSA crisis worsens
    Opec member's November exports fall as Caracas appoints new head for state energy firm following defaults
  • Houston to host expanded Lloyd's List Americas Awards
    Awards to include five new categories to reflect changing challenges for the shipping industry
  • Capesize earnings hit $24,000 per day
    Iron ore demand keeps capesize market hot
  • Erck Rickmers poaches two more executives from CPO Investments
    Move coincides with owner's return to Hamburg and will see a revival of the Blue Star brand
  • A $10bn thorn in DNB's side
    Divestment of newly created non-core, shipping and oil-related portfolio at the heart of DNB's business strategy
  • Yang Ming completes $200m capital injection
    Box line also looking to offer new shares to private sector investors
  • Jinhui maintains cautious optimism over dry bulk market recovery
    Company back in the black for third quarter owing to substantial rise in seaborne trade volumes and Chinese coal and...
  • Box line consolidation fails to deliver expected rate stability
    Spot freight prices may keep falling through to February 2018, but cost savings generated by mergers could still deliver improved...
  • Korea's STX Offshore to cut headcount with voluntary retirement scheme
    The company is expected to reduce fixed costs by at least 30% with the measure
  • PSA agrees university deal to develop port technologies
    Port operator to jointly develop relevant curriculum with the National University of Singapore
  • MPC Container Ships signs $130m deal for feeder fleet
    Moves comes after company raised about $175m in gross proceeds from a private share placement
  • Höegh LNG axes FSRU deal in Pakistan
    Plans being drawn up to explore alternative destinations for the unit
  • Local city government urges Seoul to revive Sungdong Shipbuilding
    City officials deeply concerned that the local economy may collapse amid the struggling shipbuilding industry
  • Iron ore continues to spark bulker demand despite China's green drive
    Newbuild deliveries in January may dampen this sentiment
  • Diana Shipping get 10% rate rise for latest capesize charter deal
    Vessel to start employment with SwissMarine Services by December 1

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
NOVEMBER 27, 2017
  • Yang Ming's share float allays debt concern
  • Lost and stolen containers trackable via database
  • Deeper draft ushers in new era for Rio de Janeiro port
  • Container capacity influx offsets record volume, solid profits
  • Ahead of ELD rule, false driver log violations rise
  • Doyle's FMC exit to expand agency vacancies
  • Slowdown causes congestion at state-owned JNPT terminal
  • Railway to increase India-Bangladesh connectivity
  • APM Terminals opens Indian depot as part of strategic shift

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TradeWindsweb site
NOVEMBER 27, 2017
  • Wilh Wilhelmsen pours cold water on talk of bulker buy
    Rumours of second-hand dry cargo swoop are inaccurate, Norwegian group says.
  • Evercore more optimistic on Golar
    New York-listed LNG vessel owner sees delivery of FLNG vessel, project financing and higher spot rates, analyst points out.
  • DOF seeks $61m equity stake in subsea unit
    Recapitalisation of subsea vessel owner contingent upon bondholders extending maturity on existing debt.
  • AIDA Cruises to begin using LNG in Mediterranean ports
    The Carnival-owned cruiseship company plans to start running LNG-fueled vessels at port and sea next year.
  • Seanergy, Safe Bulkers fix for Brazil ore trade
    China's anti-pollution measures largely hitting the domestic iron ore markets, benefiting seaborne markets.
  • Top Ships takes over newbuilding from Evangelos Pistiolis
    Public owner pays $3.6m for control of single-ship company behind Mipo MR.
  • MPC Container Ships poised for second swoop
    Feedership specialist expected to swallow another fleet fresh from Cido transaction.
  • Dof fixes trio for subsea work
    Norwegian owner wins deals in Atlantic and Australia.
  • Havyard falls to loss in third quarter
    Norwegian yard says activity was lower than expected in some divisions.
  • S&P: Maersk must use sales cash to cut debt
    Standard & Poor's reserves judgement until cash from disposals is allocated.
  • BW Dry Cargo kamsarmax sales chatter premature
    Speculation suggesting BW Dry Cargo has sold the first vessel it purchased as part of its asset play project are off the mark, TradeWinds is told. BW Dry plans asset play with $17m sale Chatter in the sale-and-purchase market was connecting Diana Shipping with the 82,000-dwt BW Acorn (built 2010). TradeWinds reported in October that the Oshima-built kamsarmax had been circulated for sale but it
  • Sovcomflot newbuild makes debut NSR run
    Dramatic pictures capture the Fedor Ushakov's first trip through Arctic passage to Sakhalin-2 project.
  • India frees Seaman Guard Ohio crew
    Court acquits 35 seafarers and guards held since 2013 on weapons charges.
  • MarLink adds two more boxships in China
    German owner brings feeder series to eight vessels at Fujian Mawei.
  • Peninsula Petroleum taps into another $100m
    UK bunker supplier arranges new financing with HSBC-led syndicate.
  • Arctic Securities sees opportunities emerging in OSV space
    Three new buy ratings in enlarged offshore support stock basket at Norwegian investment house.
  • Jasa Armada to buy 15 ships in $74m IPO
    State-backed Indonesian owner targets more tugs in December share sale.
  • ER Group hatches new shipping investment vehicle
    Blue Star name comes back into circulation with boutique investment platform.
  • Abandoned vessel to be sold in UK
    Chaulk Tenacity stuck in Swansea since 2013 after conversion from tanker to MPP.
  • Eurotankers tied to suezmax purchase
    Greek owner believed to have added second-hand vessel at a time established players are out shopping.
  • Capesize spot rates set new three-year high
    Seasonal upturn adds to optimism for a stronger market in 2018.
  • Dalian Success inks deal for 10 bulkers
    Chinese group picks DSIC-linked yard for new vessels.
  • Ocean Tankers adds another six in China
    Expanding Singapore owner picks Fujian Mawei for series of 11,000-dwt tankers.
  • Seven Islands aims to plug VLCC gap
    Indian IPO candidate wants to take advantage of domestic cabotage rules.
  • Yang Ming banks $200m in rights offering
    Taiwanese line pledges to expand service network after successful share sale.
  • Jinhui sees first quarterly profit for 2017
    Psychological boost for Oslo and Hong Kong-listed supramax specialist as it posts positive numbers.
  • Icon Offshore profit almost cut in half
    Malaysian oil and gas company sees higher vessel utilization, but charter rates remain weak.
  • Teekay Offshore eyes potential fundraiser
    US-listed master limited partnership looking to tap investors for up to $200m.

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American Shipperweb site
NOVEMBER 27, 2017
  • Trump to set controls on washing machine imports
    The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) will prescribe a set of tariff rate quotas which it believes will help stem the rising tide ...
  • Doyle to step down as FMC commissioner Jan. 3
    U.S. Federal Maritime Commissioner (FMC) William P. Doyle is stepping down from the regulatory body, effective Jan. 3, Doyle said in a stat...
  • Air Canada-Cargojet partnership comes to an end
    Air Canada's agreement with Cargojet, a Canadian all-cargo airline, will not be extended once it expires at the end of the year, Air Canada...
  • Rodolphe Saadé takes the helm as CMA CGM board chairman
    CMA CGM's board of directors has appointed the shipping company's current chief executive officer, Rodolphe Saadé, to serve as both chairma...
  • AirBridgeCargo, Sky Fresh sign cargo service quality agreement
    Russia-based AirBridgeCargo Airlines and Sky Fresh, a Brussels-based tech start-up, have signed a service agreement on digital procedures f...
  • GPA receives four neo-Panamax cranes
    Four additional Neo-Panamax cranes were delivered to the Port of Savannah last week, bringing the port's total crane fleet to 30, the Georg...
  • ACI: Surge in monthly air cargo volumes slows
    A global surge in airfreight volumes in 2017 slowed somewhat in September, with year-over-year figures falling to 6.8 percent during the mo...
  • Yang Ming completes rights offering
    Yang Ming Marine Transport Corp. has completed the rights offering of 500 million new shares at 12 new Taiwan dollars per share, cashing in...
  • Panama, China sign maritime cooperation agreement
    Panama and the People's Republic of China have signed an agreement on maritime transport after having established diplomatic relations last...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
NOVEMBER 27, 2017
  • ICE Brent/WTI spread widens on anticipated Keystone restart
    A combination of profit-taking and speculation that Keystone will be restarted pulled NYMEX January crude 84 cents lower Monday at $58.11/b and widened the Brent/WTI spread to $5.72/b in the afternoon.
  • Six Aegean Marine Petroleum Singapore shipping companies wound up
    Six Singapore-registered Aegean Marine Petroleum shipping companies have been placed under voluntary liquidation.
  • External: Marine Bunkering(Rotterdam)B.V.
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • Early adopters of scrubbers set to reap higher ROI: DB report
    Favorable price economics, benefit of minimal installation can be obtained and supply bottlenecks avoided through early adoption of scrubbers.
  • FUTURES: NYMEX crude falls on profit-taking




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