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16 September 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 18:30 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
APRIL 6, 2016
  • 2M container service from Asia to Gulf with first US call at Houston
  • US west coast ports import box share falls below 50 per cent in 2015
  • Safest shipping year marred by Arctic accidents, low sulphur fuel use
  • WSS alerts shipowners to new SOLAS firefighting rules
  • Deutsche Bahn to keep proceeds from partial Schenker sale: report
  • Box throughput continues to grow at North Carolina's Port of Wilmington
  • Goldman Sachs sees US manufacturing in full, but fragile, recovery
  • Mumbai's JNPT aims to break box volume records despite challenges
  • MacGregor signs deal to fit 5 Hapag 10,500-TEUers with loose lashings
  • Forwarders meet in Cape Town May 9-12 to widen their African networks
  • Strict air cargo screening at Dhaka demanded by UK causes congestion
  • Rightist India government okays e-commerce FDI, then adds crippling rules
  • Air China profit up 77pc to US$955 million as revenues rise 3.8pc
  • China Southern profit up 117pc to US$571.2 million, sales rise 2.9pc
  • China Eastern profit up 33pc to US$694.2 million as sales rise 4.2pc

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Exim Indiaweb site
APRIL 5, 2016
  • Panama Canal Expansion to be inaugurated in June
  • Softlink conducts training for Customs' Single Window System
  • Triacetone Triperoxide - Mother of Satan
  • Indian coffee finds more buyers in 2015-16
  • Mango exports estimated to double
  • Adani Hazira Container Terminal registers highest throughput of 3,02,755 TEUs in 2015-16
  • Normal operations resume at APM Terminals Mumbai (GTI)
  • RBI lowers repo rate by 25 basis points

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International Transport Journalweb site
APRIL 6, 2016
  • Railcar lessor vaults over billion euro hurdle
  • Facelift for Egypt's rail network
  • Certification for all cooperation partners
  • New services: lay-up and green recycling
  • Inland navigation in Germany lost in transhipment
  • Alaska Air acquires Virgin America
  • Go-ahead for second Divaca-Koper rail track project
  • App helps drivers plan routes in Africa
  • Asco renews contract with BP
  • Isaykin new member of Tiaca's hall of fame
  • Intermodal - Dunkirk's flavour of the year
  • Latin America - thirsting for new aircraft
  • XPO moving beverages for Portuguese brewery
  • Big Move bolstered by Vincent Logistics
  • Austrian hands over Vienna-Delhi link to Air India

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IHS Maritimeweb site
APRIL 5, 2016
  • DryShips to offload remaining Ocean Rig stake
  • Japanese majors' dry bulk cut seen to depress asset values
  • Milaha bids to manage new USD7.4 billion Qatar port
  • Eurogate boosts earnings
  • Shipping companies warned to think of safety when reducing costs
  • Asian jack-up demand to rise by year-end
  • Singapore grants new port concessions to bulkers
  • Slideshow: The global top 5 flag states
  • Delisted Nanjing Tanker back to profit in 2015
  • Australia to ship rare metals out of Newcastle by 2018
  • Woolim Shipping books three chemical tanker newbuildings
  • South Korean ship exports decline
  • HMM, Hanjin defend sales of LNG and dedicated bulk shipping divisions
  • LNG spot fixing increases while free ship count falls
  • Body recovered at Sihanoukville after ship accident
  • Ningbo Port profit down 9.4% in 2015
  • Otto Marine sells work repair vessel for USD38 million
  • Chapter 11 bankruptcy score: creditors 3, shipping 0

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The Loadstarweb site
APRIL 5, 2016
  • HMM steps up charter renegotiations after gaining 'breathing space' from Hyundai Securities sale
  • FedEx weighs in against rival airlines over air cargo oversight in tussle for Cuba services
  • Damco in Vietnam poised to reap the rewards of a boom in logistics from free-trade deals
  • Neale Proctor appointed consultant to OMA Group
  • Lithium battery industry urges US Senate to amend new transport rules
  • Authorities to split money seized in US west coast smuggling operation
  • Trump, trade and 'the China shock'

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Marine Logweb site
APRIL 5, 2016
  • Ingram Barge opts for GE for towboat repowers
  • Knud E. Hansen rethinks the container feeder vessel
  • Wartsila to design jack-up lift vessel
  • Tanker to have first Tier III certified two stroke with EGR
  • Stena orders four gas ready RoPax ferries
  • WinGD and Doosan demonstrate W6X62DF engine

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World Wide Shipperweb site
APRIL 5, 2016
  • Port Metro Vancouver sees start of cruise season for 2016
  • The Greenbrier Companies releases financial results for second quarter
  • Port of Olympia offers free marine terminal tours
  • Program to monitor green performance of rideshare services at Sea-Tac Airport
  • DOT provides on-line resource for hazmat rail incident responders

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Lloyd's Listweb site
APRIL 5, 2016
  • Stena orders four ferries in China
    Ro-pax vessels expected to be delivered in 2019 and 2020
  • Supramaxes glide up
    Rates on half the routes increase as 'sentiment remains firm'
  • Big box ports bear brunt of China slowdown
    Containerisation International's latest survey of the top 30 container ports reveals the widespread impact of China's faltering export trade
  • Texas LNG seeks approval to build export plant
    If plant goes ahead it means fresh cargoes for global fleet, however reaching final investment decision might not be straightforward
  • Suezmax tanker rates steady on firm West African, Middle East volumes
    Aframax rates slip from week earlier
  • Recovery may take longer than previously expected, says Clarksons
    Overall seaborne trade growth expected to be muted in 2016
  • We're not in business to buy shiny new toys, blasts Nordic American chief Hansson
    Boss of New York-listed suezmax owner slams critics of his fleet's age
  • Singapore rolls out port concessions for bulk carriers
    Discounts to take effect from April 15
  • Wording of instructions has liability impact, ITIC warns
    Marine mutual highlights recent German court ruling in containers stowage case
  • Sainty Marine's assets to be auctioned on internet
    Chinese court to hold online sale on April 16
  • JES to appraise shipbuilding assets amid disposal process
    Group picks Roma Appraisals to come up with asset valuation report of the shipbuilding-related assets
  • Navios Maritime Holdings facing lawsuit over recent $50m loan facility
    Institutional investor alleges breach of fiduciary duty to help financially distressed company
  • Otto Marine sells vessel for $38m
    Deal will contribute to consolidated net tangible assets per share
  • VLGC spot rate drops to March 2010 level
    Upside is that this could be the floor

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
APRIL 5, 2016
  • US Customs says ACE glitches over as it readies next phase
  • Jump in eastbound trans-Pacific rates could signal rebound
  • Former Amports CEO to head sales at Hub Group
  • Waves get choppier for Santos terminals
  • Port operator Milaha bids to manage new Qatar mega-port
  • Oakland hopes smartphone apps can improve drayage efficiency
  • Shippers moving goods through Moscow face steep cost hikes
  • Value of global shipping assets slumps $65 billion, report says
  • Terminal operator Eurogate warns of headwinds after strong 2015 profit
  • XPO, Celadon top list of fastest-growing US trucking firms
  • Regulators urged to question carriers' vessel-sharing deals
  • Container traffic rises at India's major ports
  • Ship brokers fear 'significant disruption' from container weighing rule
  • US imports set to face little VGM scrutiny from Coast Guard
  • Intermodal equipment providers test GPS for better efficiency
  • APMT Mumbai strike called off

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TradeWindsweb site
APRIL 5, 2016
  • Krasnoye Sormovo confirms tanker duo
    Russian shipbuilder to sign up for river-sea ships for Azerbaijan.
  • Cruising the world cheaper than living in London
  • TS Taipei containers to be removed
    Boxes from a stranded vessel in Taiwanese waters expected to be offloaded by tomorrow.
  • Swissco signs MoU for VM Marine fleet
    Singapore-listed owner enters into non-binding agreement for the acquisition of UAE company.
  • Wan Hai Lines sees 2015 profit chopped
    Taiwanese containership owner stays in the black, but revenue also down.
  • Syrian vessel grounds in Greek waters
    A general cargoship owned by a Tartus-based single-vessel company runs aground off Kos.
  • Four Malaysians held on tugboat
    Another attack takes place on small boat sailing in southeast Asian waters involving eight gunmen.
  • Lithuanian Shipping fails to sell four bulkers
    Bankrupt owner's remaining fleet put up for sale again, after disposal of 1994-built Deltuva at auction.
  • Banks open up sale of ABG Shipyard
    Lenders want transparent offer process for loss-making Indian yard.
  • UASC opens agency in 'key market'
    Containership owner launches new office in Uruguay with more brands coming in Brazil and Argentina.
  • Stena Line inks world's 'most fuel efficient ferries'
  • NAT in no rush to buy 'shiny new toys'
    Herbjorn Hansson tells shareholders he will only expand fleet when the time is right.
  • DHT set for dividend rise in first quarter
    Drewry Research says fleet growth and higher rates have helped owner make a great start to 2016.
  • Zim grapples with Dali artworks
    Surreal experience for Israeli line's workers as vessel carries artist's works to Israel exhibition.
  • JES calls in help to complete yard sale
    Roma Appraisals drafted in as part of ongoing disposal of Chinese business.
  • Wartsila wins jack-up vessel design deal
    Finnish design specialist inks contract for a Chinese-built vessel, including options for three more.
  • ITIC warns over stowage contracts
    Wording in documents can widen scope of liability during loading, insurer says.
  • Flopec has taken TEN tanker series
    Brokers reveal further details of Tsakos Enery Navigation charters.
  • Guards fire on Bangladesh yard workers
    Security personnel at Karib Steel open fire on employees protesting over dead colleague.
  • Flopec has taken TEN tanker trio
    Brokers reveal further details of Tsakos Enery Navigation charters.
  • Yang Ming crashes to $240m annual loss
    Taiwanese line plunges into the red as revenue falls in tough boxship markets.
  • Evergreen's 2015 loss hits $146m
    Fourth quarter particularly costly for Taiwanese containership owner as revenue drops.
  • Scrap sales continue as rates splutter into life
    Panamax demo deal may help bulker owners fell a little better.
  • Tallink passenger numbers jump
    Estonian ferry group welcomes 9% more people on its ships in the first quarter.
  • Bibby wins deal for decommissioning
    UK subsea company strikes multi-million pound contract that will see one vessel work off Aberdeen.
  • Avic lands eight Stena ropaxes
    Swedish owner books ice-classed series at Chinese yard.
  • Gorgon LNG halts exports due to mechanical fault
    Giant Australian export facility forced to curtail shipments after chilling plant goes on the blink.
  • Third illicit arms shipment seized in Arabian Sea
    US Navy patrol ship intercepted and uncovered weapons hidden aboard a small, stateless dhow.
  • Navios hit with lawsuit on $50m loan
    Investor files suit claiming loan was done at overly generous terms.

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American Shipperweb site
APRIL 5, 2016
  • DOT enhances first responder training for crude-by-rail accidents
  • NCSP Group posts loss as revenues drop 8.2% in 2015
  • Commerce finds subsidies for steel pipe from Pakistan
  • Port of Singapore offers port dues concession for bulk carriers
  • Greenbrier decreases net earnings, revenues in Q2 FY2016
  • Port of Tilbury expands grain terminal
  • Port of Oakland launches smartphone apps for harbor truckers
  • NCBFAA asks FMC to set preconditions for approval of vessel sharing agreements
  • ACL takes delivery of second ship in series
  • FMC reviews 28 OTI license applications
  • Singapore man set to face export violation charges in U.S.
  • K + N names North America president
  • Governor signs funding increase for Florida ports
  • ACE rollout causing headaches for shippers
  • Drewry: Ocean carriers running out of places to put mega-vessels
  • House T&I chairman opposes CP-NS deal
  • Maritime NZ: Cleanup of Rena wreck complete
  • Fitch: FX volatility increases risk for infrastructure projects

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
APRIL 5, 2016
  • US port mulls LNG bunkering addition
    As part of multi-million dollar expansion plan.
  • FASA sees sharp drop in piracy incidents in Strait of Malacca, Singapore waters
    Maritime patrols from Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore played a role.
  • Singapore March fuel oil trading volume nearly hits historic high at 5.82 mil mt
    Expectations of fewer March arbitrage cargoes fueled buying.
  • Singapore to cut port dues for dry bulk carriers by 10% from April 15
    Concessions will be in place for a year.
  • Bunker prices in US Gulf Coast plunge to lowest levels in a month
    Marine gasoil continued to trade flat between the competing Houston and New Orleans markets.
  • US DATA: EIA says January fuel oil imports into USWC most in a month since 1988
    A total of 2.621 million barrels of fuel oil were imported into PADD 5, which comprises the USWC.
  • Marine fuel sales in Panama up 17% on year in January: AMP
    On the Pacific side,-- where the port of Balboa is located -- sales of fuel oil rose 23% to 309,879 in January.
  • US DATA: EIA says January residual fuel oil exports to Panama increased 14% on year
    The exports to Panama represented nearly 10% of the total 8.9 million barrels of fuel oil that the US exported in January.
  • Oil futures decline as Iran vows to fight for market share
    Oil minister Bijan Zanganeh said over the weekend that Iran will increase its exports.

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