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24 April 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 20:35 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
MARCH 30, 2017
  • Asia-US 2-month west coast boxes fall 9pc as US east coast rises 4pc
  • MOL now has world's biggest box ship - the 20,170-TEU MOL Triumph
  • Australian, Chinese premiers talk free trade benefits, protectionist pitfalls
  • Port of Antwerp soon to have biggest world's biggest malt terminal
  • UPS adds six new stations to its China-Europe multimodal railway service
  • INTTRA acquires container repositioning platform - Avantida
  • Mexico's GMXT to acquire Jacksonville's Florida East Coast Railway
  • Jaxport CEO Taylor resigns 'to pursue other business opportunities'
  • Republican bill to ban docker union slow-downs debuts in the US Senate
  • DHL launches service targeting Singapore's e-commerce at US
  • Brazil posts record US$47.7 billion trade surplus as imports fall 19.8pc
  • DHL eCommerce opens in Xiamen, expands in Hong Kong, Shenzhen
  • Aeroflot air cargo up 29pc to 14,231 tonnes as foreign tonnage increases
  • HNA organises aviation forum at Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference

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Exim Indiaweb site
MARCH 29, 2017
  • DCCAA hosts 8th FFFAI EC meeting in Delhi
  • India's ex-im container trade doubles in 2016
  • MOL takes delivery of world's largest containership
  • Certain edible oils can now be exported in bulk
  • Fewer ports now allowed to import scrap
  • JNPT invites tenders to facilitate transport solutions for DPD
  • P. Raveendran assumes additional charge as Chairman, Cochin Port Trust
  • V.O. Chidambaranar Port facilitates clean & green environment to maritime community
  • CONCOR bags award for outstanding contribution in transport sector
  • Ministry of Road Transport & Highways assures to look into grievances of transporters
  • IBLCCI celebrates Belgian nite

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International Transport Journalweb site
MARCH 30, 2017
  • Adding more destinations in China and Europe
  • Mexican forwarder taking over US Railway
  • New chair takes charge of AFC board
  • Liebherr gearing up Daewoo ships for Yamal service
  • Managing a retail mall for Singpost
  • Prolonging cooperation
  • Investing in Bucharest rail terminal expansion
  • Throughput stable at port of Valencia
  • ID Logistics picks EVP operations
  • "Alaska Purchase" taking a trip home
  • New Braunschweig- Bratislava blocktrain connection
  • As suspected: Reich for Panalpina board of directors
  • Baltic Dry Index records two-year high
  • Raising millions, starting logistics platform
  • More Pakistan for Kuwait Airways

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IHS Maritimeweb site
MARCH 29, 2017
  • USD2.1 billion Delfin Deepwater Port gets green light
  • IMO emissions deadline looms large for bunkering industry
  • Capesize ordering accelerates as freight rates exceed cash break-even level
  • First of Maersk's second-generation Triple-E container ships to launch next month
  • Yang Ming's loss doubles to USD492 million in 2016
  • Baltic Exchange outlines changes to dry bulk indices
  • COSCO Shipping Ports announces 2016 profit fall
  • SM Line buys Hanjin Shipping post-Panamax trio
  • DSME boss to return salaries as workers urged to 'share pain'
  • Kansai Electric Power opens LNG trading outfit in Singapore
  • Dry bulk on target for 2019 profitability, says BIMCO
  • Scrap prices rise as owners shy away from demolition
  • DSME says "business as usual" even as rescue package uncertain

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The Loadstarweb site
MARCH 29, 2017
  • Lufthansa Cargo can rise above 2016 loss, but 'the playing field must be level'
  • FMC green light for 2M Alliance co-operation with HMM on transpacific
  • Freightos raises another $25m to drive digitisation in logistics
  • A start-up's plan to halve air freight costs with 777-size drones
  • UPS expands China-Europe intermodal service
  • The end-to-end autonomous supply chain... is here?
  • Jim Hagemann Snabe is new chairman of AP Møller-Maersk
  • Svein Steimler heads the changes at NYK Europe
  • Greencarrier Freight Services appoints Johan Jermdahl chief executive

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Marine Logweb site
MARCH 29, 2017
  • Philly Shipyard delivers second Kinder Morgan tanker
  • Russian yard lays keel for river cruise ship
  • New Zealand bans biofouled bottoms
  • U.K. port takes delivery of versatile Shoalbuster
  • Epic Gas takes delivery of eighth from Kyokuyo Shipyard
  • VIDEO: Norwegian Joy heads for Shangai via the Ems
  • France reportedly pushing for Mediterranean ECA

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MARCH 29, 2017
  • Economou takes the stand
    Ocean Rig's bankruptcy a rare occasion for the shipping magnate to seek court protection
  • Brexit offers opportunities for logistics sector
    Leaving Europe will be challenging, but supply chain needs to look for new trade opportunities
  • Trump's executive order on energy is a wildcard for product tankers
    Removal of fuel efficiency standards will boost US fuel imports, raise demand for clean tankers
  • If Brexit must be, make it shipping-friendly
    Free trade, passporting and frictionless customs clearance should form part of package, Mrs May
  • Aframax and suezmax rates stem losses but disruptions loom
    Aframax time charter equivalent of $13,000 per day is far below five-year average
  • Panamax bulker rates jump to year's high on grain flows
    Spot fixture at $20,000 per day reported
  • Yard Talk | Is this the start of the shipbuilding comeback?
    Newbuilding demand increases but has it reached a tipping point?
  • One-off gains back China Merchants Port profit growth
    Port operations remain firm, but logistics and container manufacturing suffer decline
  • Idle box fleet sinks to six-month low
    Market has mostly absorbed excess capacity related to collapse of Hanjin shipping
  • Trade facilitation central to Brexit deal, ports group insists
    As Article 50 is triggered, BPA warns border checks could lead to costly delays for freight operators
  • Reading the tea leaves
    What Beijing's crackdown on independent teapot refiners means for oil flows, tanker demand and port expansion projects in north-eastern China
  • Fredriksen share sale blamed for DHT price dip
    Thwarted in his attempts to buy DHT, tycoon John Fredriksen will keeping selling shares in the company bit by bit
  • Greenship Bulk to sell last five vessels
    Move will see the company, which is in the hands of the creditors, exit the dry bulk market
  • Steimler is first non-Japanese to take top job at NYK Europe
    Norwegian starts role as chief exec of NYK Europe on April 1
  • Making the grade: African ports up the ante
    Foreign investment is providing the continent's ports with a much needed leg up, yet hinterland hurdles must still be overcome, says study
  • DSME chief to give back his pay in support of cost-cutting
    Jung urges all employees to co-operate in riding out challenging times
  • Yang Ming reports deeper 2016 net loss
    Operating revenues stood at $3.8bn
  • CMA CGM to launch weekly Brazil service from New Orleans
    Service will be able to handle reefer cargoes with 300 reefer plugs allocated on a weekly basis
  • Scorpio Tankers aims to raise $50m from public notes offering
    Proceeds to finance a concurrently launched tender offer for its existing 7.50% senior unsecured notes
  • Cosco Shipping Energy expects dismal tanker outlook for 2017
    Vessel oversupply has reached a peak in the cycle
  • Ocean Rig files for bankruptcy protection
    Group also seeking to have restructuring proceedings recognised under US jurisdiction
  • MSC responds to FMC calls for shipper choice in tie-up with HMM
    Update: Maersk has reaffirmed an earlier pledge to customers as three lines prepare to work together on the Pacific, with MSC also promising transparency for shippers about ship deployment

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MARCH 29, 2017
  • LA-LB's handling of new alliances hinges on cooperation
  • VIDEO: Shipping industry must focus on mutual success
  • Wal-Mart's Mobile DC to build on Gulf's Asia import gains
  • Yang Ming losses doubled in 2016
  • Russia sets new rules for ocean carrier pricing
  • Online freight platforms reap funds from digitalization drive
  • Expansion key after Cosco Shipping Ports' profits tumble
  • Freightos gets another $25M in funding
  • US shipper demand for velocity, visibility reshaping trucking

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TradeWindsweb site
MARCH 29, 2017
  • Westbound VLGCs lift spot rates higher
    Baltic Exchange's LPG freight assessment at 13-month high as ships continue to ballast west.
  • Hedge fund ends Ultrapetrol lawsuit
    Copernico Capital Partners asks court to withdraw suit against shipowner' s executives, board members and Southern Cross after reaching settlement deal.
  • Fincantieri turns it around with 2016 profit
    Shipbuilder says it hit targets for full-year result as it leaves 'longest sector crisis.'
  • Seacor in position to prowl, analyst says
    'Ugly backdrop' in offshore creates buying opportunities. Meanwhile, two PSVs shifted to Mexico JV.
  • Titan buys into new Singapore yard
    Hong Kong company continues its shipbuilding comeback in deal with EMS.
  • International Seaways' first earnings report shows loss for 2016
    Lower rates and impairments impact earnings, but CEO says company in good position.
  • Harren becomes manager of Wind Lift
    German owner expands its activities with the addition of Ocean Breeze-owned offshore ship.
  • Affinity: idle boxship count falling rapidly
    Rates rising, but UK broker remains cautious on duration of recovery.
  • Magseis signs OSV charter deal
    Norwegian geophysical company taps "large owner" for vessel and equipment lease.
  • AP Moller-Maersk top brass granted share options
    New incentive plan will see management board and key executives share nearly $8m between them despite annual loss.
  • NSB develops new electrical power system
    German kit allows vessels to turn engines off while plugged into onshore power grid.
  • Lord Mandelson joins Global Ports
    Former EU commissioner and UK minister appointed to the board of Turkish cruise terminal operator.
  • Van Oord upgrading OSV at Damen
    Dutch owner boosting crane and loading capacity of Aeolus.
  • Seacor's negative forecast proves 'sadly correct'
    US-listed offshore vessel owner posts wider loss for both fourth quarter and full year.
  • Steimler appointed CEO of NYK Europe
    Veteran COO becomes first non-Japanese in key role.
  • Scorpio Tankers goes for $50m notes issue
    New York-listed owner prices new sale as it bids to refinance older debt.
  • Siem asks for bond maturity extension
    Norwegian offshore vessel owner wants bondholders to support its new financial plan.
  • Bulker earnings lagging behind steel prices
    Morgan Stanley upgrades trio of owners as it predicts 30% rate rise.
  • Yang Ming loss hits $492m in 2016
    Taiwanese container line's operating costs outstripped revenue last year.

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American Shipperweb site
MARCH 29, 2017
  • Hapag-Lloyd expects improved operating earnings in 2017
    Source: Frank Gaertner/Shutterstock Caption German ocean carrier Hapag-Lloyd said this week it expects improved operating earnings this yea...
  • AFN unveils two supply chain, logistics scholarships
    Chicago-based freight broker and supply chain management company AFN Logistics has introduced two new scholarships to support women in the ...
  • GMXT to purchase FEC Railway
    Florida East Coast Railway Holdings Corp. (FEC) will be acquired by GMéxico Transportes S.A. de C.V. ("GMXT"), the transportation business ...
  • ATA: Driver turnover free fall continues at truckload carriers
    Annualized driver turnover rates at large truckload fleets dropped another 10 percentage points to 71 percent during the fourth quarter of ...
  • CEI: Transportation regulations stifling safety improvements
    U.S. transportation regulations - both existing and proposed - are getting in the way of industry safety improvements, according to a new r...
  • Commerce starts aluminum foil import investigations
    The Commerce Department has initiated antidumping and countervailing duty investigations into aluminum foil imports from China. Dumping oc...
  • FMC reviews 18 OTI license applications
    The U.S. Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) has received 18 ocean transportation intermediary (OTI) license applications and changes for rev...
  • DHL launches New York-Colombia LCL service
    DHL Global Forwarding, the air and ocean freight specialist within Deutsche Post DHL Group, is now offering adirect less-than-container loa...
  • Executive Moves: NYK Europe and Capes Shipping Agencies
    NYK Group Europe Ltd. has appointed Svein Steimler as president and chief executive officer, effective April 1, 2017. Steimler, who will a...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MARCH 29, 2017
  • Novorossiisk curtails ship loadings amid weather warning: port authority
    A storm warning is in place at the Russian Black Sea port of Novorossiisk and shipping operations there have been reduced, a spokeswoman for the port authority confirmed Wednesday.
  • No one-size-fits-all solution to double payment woes: shipping experts
    The panelists at the 10th International Fujairah Bunkering & Fuel Oil Forum threw up a suggestion that physical suppliers revoke their right to maritime lien, which sparked a lively debate in the room.
  • US DATA: EIA says USAC fuel oil stocks at lowest since 2015
    USAC stocks fell 415,000 barrels to 9.599 million barrels, the lowest in the region since 9.308 million barrels in the week ended September 18, 2015.
  • External: Praxis Energy Agents S.A
  • FUTURES 3: Crude rises on sentiment from Libya, UAE
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • External: Marine Bunkering(Rotterdam)B.V.
  • FUTURES 2: Crude remains higher on Libyan cut, producer comments
    Oil prices were boosted overnight by Libya's state-owned National Oil Corp. declaring force majeure on crude oil loadings from its Zawiya oil terminal.
  • Oil market to reach $60/b as market balances: FGE
    Compliance among OPEC member high, and demand for oil strong.
  • INTERVIEW: UAE's Gulf Petrochem to enter new markets this year
    Bunnkering vital to company's supply chain

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