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17 September 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 01:14 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 30, 2017
  • Cyber attack could cost Maersk US$59m in lost revenue: expert
  • Hapag-Lloyd retains B+ rating following merger with UASC
  • MOL to raise Northeast Asia to Australia rates by US$300/TEU in August
  • CMA CGM unveils new logo with new slogan 'Shipping the future'
  • Wan Hai Lines expands its China-Vietnam/Thailand service
  • Kerry Logistics launches new Europe-China LCL rail service
  • CEVA facility in Lion City achieves IATA's CEIV certification
  • South Africa's CHC taken over by Vanguard Logistics Services
  • Hong Kong stages anniversary celebration with sea parade in the harbour
  • Boeing raises 20-year industry demand forecast for aircraft
  • Airbus executive to bow out after poor sales at Paris Air Show
  • Ghana inaugurates e-manifest system at Accra's prinicipal airport

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Exim Indiaweb site
JUNE 29, 2017
  • MOL signs long-term charter contract of 4 LNG carriers for Yamal LNG project in Russia
  • Standard & Poor's confirms Hapag-Lloyd rating after merger with UASC
  • National Cyber Security Coordinator visits JNPT to assess impact of cyber attack on container terminal operations
  • Apollo LogiSolutions raises INR 485 cr. from Piramal Finance
  • CAI & CCA sign MoU
  • Mid-term Foreign Trade Policy Review to be released in Sept.
  • Relaxation in return filing procedure for first two months of GST implementation

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 30, 2017
  • Seeking to return from the wilderness
  • Intermodal operator enjoys strong growth
  • New distribution vehicle for Swiss company
  • Need a holiday? Use AF's 70 year West Indies service
  • FTA recognises inspirational women
  • Rising Swedish-Polish trade via ferries
  • Woodhead and Barnett join brokerage startup in Texas
  • More truck-on-train services
  • Hapag Lloyd rating on the positive side
  • DHL sets wheels rolling for Tour de France
  • Virgin Australia flying cargo on Melbourne-HK route
  • Express blocktrain delivers pulp to China
  • Homer Logistics raises more capital for expansion
  • Maersk comments on current cyber storm
  • AA Cargo starts working with new GSA in Mexico
  • MSC recruits seasoned professional as EVP
  • New weekly China-Germany LCL railfreight service
  • Carrefour's growing cooperation with FM Logistic
  • Good progress in Haropa in 5M/2017
  • China Southern to start Dreamliner service in Urumqi
  • New leader for New Brunswick-based transport firm

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JUNE 29, 2017
  • Maersk opens secure links for new cargo bookings
  • Silted ports leave Brazil's growth prospects stuck in the mud
  • Turkey's maritime fight for survival
  • Confitarma thrown into crisis as leading members leave
  • Simatech boosts fleet with four more vessels
  • MOL seals charter contract for LNG carriers in Yamal project
  • Maersk cyber attack highlights importance of EU data protection rules
  • Keppel Shipyard wins four contracts worth over USD60 million
  • Busan proposes introducing sulphur-fuel cap before IMO deadline
  • Slowdown in bulk carrier sales in Q2 2017
  • Kumiai Navigation books VLGC at Kawasaki HI

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The Loadstarweb site
JUNE 29, 2017
  • Cyber attack victims Maersk and TNT find ways to keep customers' cargo moving
  • Outlook for air freight, still healthy, according to IATA
  • S&P takes Hapag-Lloyd off its watch list, but remains concerned
  • Industry leaders step up battle to beat fake goods supply chains
  • All US-bound commercial flights subject to new security rules
  • Nike resisted Amazon dominance, but finally capitulated
  • Phil Nolan to take over as ABP non-exec chairman
  • Peter Vallenthin joins Greencarrier Freight Services board

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Marine Logweb site
JUNE 29, 2017
  • Global Industry Initiative aims to move shipping to low carbon future
  • HII announces leadership changes at Newport News Shipbuilding
  • Largest ever Chinese-built box ship has ABB turbochargers
  • Cooper Group picks ABS for Subchapter M compliance
  • Vancouver ferry service to get a third Damen SeaBus
  • lsland Offshore order at Kawasaki has not been canceled
  • First Jones Act wind turbine installation vessel in the works
  • Metalock Denmark now MAN PrimeServ On-site Recovery
  • VIDEO: Shell Prelude now under tow to Australia

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 29, 2017
  • Shipping: The Paris Agreement's first battleground
    Entrenched international divisions reveal political, economic and even existential considerations
  • Concordia Maritime inks one-year charter for product tanker Stena Paris
    Charter comes with option for a further year
  • Temporary labour dispute relief for Spanish ports
    Stevedores and employers make a deal to maintain calm for at least two months
  • MR rates continue to surge on US Gulf-Latin America trades
    US exports of crude oil and petroleum products have more than doubled since 2010
  • Lauritzen's blue-eyed boy has his work cut out following promotion
    Much faith put in Thomas Woidemann to take on multiple roles at a challenging time
  • CMA CGM sets sights on disruptor role
    Landmark year for French group as Rodolphe Saadé follows in footsteps of his father
  • On thin ice: The future of navigation in the Canadian Arctic
    The Northwest Passage will not be an international waterway anytime soon, but Canada still needs to step up development work...
  • NYK and Kyushu Electric partner in LNG to promote Japan Inc
    Partnership between Japanese companies includes LNG bunkering and transport
  • Firmer tone in capesize market as rates approach $10,000 per day
    Further boost could come from China's ban on coal imports to certain panamax ports
  • China clamps down on coal imports
    Move could have a positive impact on the capesize spot market
  • MOL orders four LNG carriers for over $738m at Hudong Zhonghua
    Newbuilds backed by long-term charters for the Yamal project
  • KHI clarifies status of contract with Island Offshore
    KHI clarifies contract status with Island Offshore unit
  • Webinar: Qatar Blockade
    Hear the discussions of maritime experts from Drewry, Clyde & Co, Lloyd's List and Lloyd's List Intelligence over how the...
  • Seanergy Maritime terminates equity offering programme
    Proceeds will be used for vessel acquisitions
  • DSME to sell $1bn in convertible bonds
    Bonds to be purchased by Export-Import Bank of Korea
  • Seadrill increases loan to North Atlantic Drilling
    Move comes amid ongoing restructuring talks at both firms
  • Keppel secures $62m vessel conversion contracts
    Deals are with four different parties
  • CMES provides guarantees for nearly $1bn Cexim newbuilding loans
    Guarantees cover 10 valemaxes and five VLCCs on order

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 29, 2017
  • US Customs: No ACE relief date in sight after latest delay
  • Maersk booking cargo but some US terminals still shut
  • NY-NJ under pressure to revive ban on older truck engines
  • Black Sea shippers favoring Ukraine over Russia
  • Spanish dockworkers cut deal, end strikes
  • NY-NJ port traffic controller eyed to prevent mega-ship delays
  • Forwarding growth quickens but margins pressured
  • APMT Mumbai still closed as authorities work to aid shippers
  • New Korean connection expands China-Europe rail service

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TradeWindsweb site
JUNE 29, 2017
  • Matson adds another $250m to credit line
    US containership company says new terms also provide more 'covenant flexibility.'
  • APM terminal remains closed due to cyberattack
    Third day for outage at containership terminal along US Atlantic Coast after Petya attack.
  • JPMorgan: International Seaways has 'firepower'
    Equity analyst trims estimates due to acquisition, but is 'encouraged' by move to renew fleet.
  • Golar's Tundra buyback to close in third quarter
    Partnership exercised put option on delayed Ghana charter and gets options on new FLNG project.
  • Golar Partners tells Golar to take back FSRU
    Partnership exercises put option on delayed Ghana charter and gets options on an upcoming FLNG project.
  • Bonny Light cargoes yet to boost suezmaxes
    Restart of another crude export stream from Nigeria will take time to push rates.
  • JB Ugland shipping arm boosts group profits
  • Braemar shareholders question non-executive director pay rises
  • Metrostar inks aframax orders at Daehan
  • Chandris faces lower rate for VLCC
  • Ship sales
  • Tufton Oceanic acquires pair of Offen boxships in $40m deal
    Acquisition of 9,000-teu vessels from German owner would be biggest yet for UK private equity buyer
  • Diamond S enters merger talks with Hafnia Tankers
    Discussions could lead to the creation of a $1.4bn tanker giant with the scale to appeal to the capital markets
  • MOL boss defends liner merger
  • Carbon experts urge IMO to set strict global targets
    Regulators meeting in London face a critical decision on whether to cap shipping's greenhouse gas emissions or set goals for cuts
  • United Ocean sales tied to softening values
  • Raffles to scrap LR1 tanker
  • JP Morgan books capesize newbuildings
  • Bangladesh shipbreakers confident of U-turn on tax
    Prices pick up amid optimism that government is reconsidering budget measures that would hit the local industry hard
  • Hydroussa ends joint venture with Mitsubishi
  • Yong Xu denies reports of $8.2m bulker buy
  • Sea Pioneer orders two MR tankers at Mipo
  • 'Ballast water issue may consign bulkers to scrap'
    Trade body warns thousands of bulkers at risk due to technical challenges
  • Foremost Maritime sells capesize bulker for $28.5m
  • Bariba accelerates fleet wind down as buyers step forward
  • Neda sale highlights decline in clean tanker values
  • Bank trio extend loan and take slice of Wagenborg
    Deal with Dutch lenders will not restrict ability to make decisions, says MPP specialist's chief executive
  • Kmarin 'settles for $11m' on supramax sale
  • Gurnee plays down talk of Ardmore pool move
  • Target Marine dismisses talk of kamsarmax resale deal
  • Disclosures show how China's ports are owned
    Cosco and China Merchants are dividing the map of China's ports between them as China Inc continues the process of forming province wide port and stevedoring monopolies.
  • Jebsens sees profits double and positive book equity
  • Debut deal for new China Merchants leasing arm
    Newcomer China Merchants Financial Leasing has done its first deal, acquiring a high-spec vessel from a sister shipyard and leasing it to Singapore's Ultra Deep Solutions
  • Tanker owner Brovig set for better days
  • Neu inks 12-month time charter

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American Shipperweb site
JUNE 29, 2017
  • SCPA opens reefer service area
    The South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) has opened a $14 million new refrigerated container service areaat the Port of Charleston. The s...
  • BDP International opens new offices
    Logistics and transportation solutions company BDP International has opened a new office in Paita, Peru and two new offices in India. The ...
  • Port Houston completes maintenance dredging
    Port Houston has completedmaintenance dredging of the Bayport channel, the port said. The channelwill be maintained by the U.S. Army Corps...
  • Crowley inks collaboration agreement with ExxonMobil, Eagle LNG Partners
    Jacksonville, Fla.-based Crowley has partnered with ExxonMobil and Eagle LNG Partners LLC to develop liquefied natural gas (LNG) as marine ...
  • Greenbrier reports Q3 FY 2017 results
    Net earnings attributable to the Greenbrier Companies totaled $32.8 million for the third quarter of fiscal year 2017, which ended May 31, ...
  • Ohio agency finds evidence of racial discrimination at UPS facility
    Repeated racial comments and acts have been reported at a UPS distribution center in Maumee, Ohio, according to the Ohio Civil Rights Commi...
  • Lowenthal, Poe call for port security briefing
    Two U.S. Congressmen on Wednesday called on the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to provide a classified briefing to Congressional mem...
  • DHL opens pharmaceutical facility in Ireland
    Global logistics provider DHL Supply Chain has opened a new pharmaceutical grade facility in Ireland, located at the Horizon Logistics Park...
  • Maersk still sorting through Petya aftermath
    The A.P. Moller-Maersk Group said overnight Wednesday it continues to be significantly impacted by a cyber attack Tuesday thathas affected ...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JUNE 29, 2017
  • Yamal LNG to charter new-build vessels from Japan's MOL
    The vessels will be delivered in 2019 and 2020.
  • TENDER DATA: Petroperu seeks 1.16 million barrels of ULSD
    Offers are due July 5 with validity until July 7.
  • Kogas eyes Lake Charles LNG ties as Cheniere contract cargo nears
    The signing in Washington came during a week-long focus on US energy sponsored by the Trump administration.
  • Black Sea fuel oil going east leaving Mediterranean market tight
    More volume had been expected to arrive in the Mediterranean after the return of Russian refineries from maintenance, though that has failed to materialize, according to sources.
  • Bunker quantity disputes in Singapore now limited to small amounts
    But while in the past such disputes tended to be over substantial differences, nowadays the amounts tend to be far smaller
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • FUTURES: Crude higher on lower US production data
  • Maersk partly restores container bookings after hack
    Maersk Line is now able to accept container bookings externally through the INTTRA trading platform, the company said late Wednesday.
  • Russia says deeper cuts under OPEC/non-OPEC deal not under discussion
    "At the July meeting, which the ministers will attend, we will discuss the overall situation."

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