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23 September 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 22:47 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
APRIL 7, 2016
  • Drewry sees profits dry up as 2016's deliveries add 1.3 million TEU
  • EU vets China's dumping when mulling changes in its trading status
  • Germany's Eurogate profit up 13.4pc to US$83.5 million as sales rise 4.5pc
  • Truckers and farmers block Belgian border to end spy-in-the-cab tax
  • West African pirates take hostages in two separate ship attacks
  • IMO's ballast water forum has experts wanting more study on treatment
  • US seizes big small arms cache on dhow bound for Iran-backed Huthis
  • XPO Logistics in tripartite deal to distribute goods in central Paris
  • Port development requires greater infrastructure investment: consultant
  • Case for free trade as strong as ever, says Bloomberg editorial
  • "96-hours Seaman Visa" from Dubai must be used within 14 days, or reapply
  • Virgin Australia wins 5-year contract to fly cargo across Australia for TNT
  • GAC official logistics partner of Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge
  • National Air Cargo: UAL win of US$145 million military contract unfair
  • Bollore Logistics signs contracts on sidelines of Singapore Airshow

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Exim Indiaweb site
APRIL 6, 2016
  • IBLCCI to organise 5th edition of Ashit Desai Memorial Seminar on April 12
  • Mark Delaney appointed Managing Director of GAC India
  • Kandla Port's success attributed to concerted efforts & positive initiatives
  • PSA's Chennai International Terminal hosts COSCO's 1st vessel on east coast of India
  • Singapore's concession in port dues for bulk carriers welcomed
  • CONCOR honoured for excellence in transport sector
  • Snowman Logistics' Jaipur facility ready for operations
  • Exim Bank & consortium of Iranian banks to facilitate exports
  • Sagar Defence Engineering wins maiden 'MIS 2016 - DP World Prize'

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International Transport Journalweb site
APRIL 7, 2016
  • Three trains to the hinterland
  • Passing loop for 750 m long freight trains
  • Agility grows in Latin America
  • New traction for German chemical parks
  • P&O Ferrymaster reshaping IT solutions
  • Certified software for sales planning/inventory management ...
  • Food logistics specialist invests in frozen goods sector
  • New single brand for Latam cargo affiliates
  • Inland port in Berlin expanding
  • Chinese trader doubling storage space
  • Reliability: tide not turning yet
  • Canada: Growing by merger
  • Integration of Gefco takes financial step
  • Regent Airways expands to Middle East
  • First AEO in Shenzhen

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IHS Maritimeweb site
APRIL 6, 2016
  • Kinder Morgan on the hunt for Jones Act tanker partner
  • New Hires, Promotions and Awards for Ellicott Dredge Enterprises
  • New Van Oord CFO
  • New Managing Director of SAL Singapore
  • Broker warns marine insurer exodus is on horizon
  • Hyundai HI could win orders for Iranian box ships
  • HMM keeps stake in terminal at buyer's request
  • Arrival of first Gorgon shipment in Japan marred by Chevron plant shutdown
  • China yard nets multi-vessel ro-pax order from Stena RoRo
  • TS Taipei grounding spill response continues
  • Maritime leaders: Smart shipping, big data will transform shipping

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The Loadstarweb site
APRIL 6, 2016
  • Double whammy for forwarders as shippers demand cheaper rates and airlines want more
  • 20% of countries still haven't identified the authority to oversee new container weight verification
  • Size not so important: niche carrier Wan Hai holds off Maersk to become the most profitable container line
  • DSV says top 100 clients will stay loyal after UTi takeover
  • 'Uber for truckers' Cargomatic follows big cash investment with 50% staff lay-off
  • Fresh blow to CP Rail merger hopes as US transport chief opposes union with NS
  • AF-KLM's Alexandre de Juinac to be new director general of IATA

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Marine Logweb site
APRIL 6, 2016
  • MSC Cruises signs LOI for four LNG fueled cruise ships
  • Robert Allan to keynote Marine Log Tugs & Barges 2016
  • Chinese dredges to have MAN propulsion packages
  • BAE Norfolk wins $48.8 million DDG 74 contract
  • Evac racks up EUR 10 million cruise ship contract
  • DNV GL issues new position paper on subsea systems
  • Doorae Shipping to pay $950,000 in pollution case

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World Wide Shipperweb site
APRIL 6, 2016
  • Port of Vancouver, USA continues clean audit string
  • Kinder Morgan taps IHI E&C for Elba Island LNG project
  • Peace Arch Customs officers nab man wanted on drug charges
  • ITA report sees gains in February export totals
  • US rail freight traffic numbers down during month of March

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Lloyd's Listweb site
APRIL 6, 2016
  • To build or not to build?
    China's shipbuilders and bankers are finding it difficult to take a slice of Iran's big newbuilding opportunities
  • The great VLCC sell-off
    Flood of older VLCCs to hit sale and purchase desks, despite S&P looking flat
  • Ocean Rig share price lifts after buy-back of DryShips stake
    Meanwhile talks continue between bulker owner and its banks
  • What's holding up the banquet?
    Chinese shipbuilders are swarming through Tehran, but finding it difficult to get a bite of the city's 'fat meat'
  • Product tanker boost as China wins approval to build $3bn Myanmar refinery
    Move allows China to continue gasoil export strategy from other regions, generating fresh cargo-carrying opportunities for product tankers
  • Alphabet soup
    Various scenarios that may emerge at the end of the round of musical chairs now playing out between container lines and market shares of different alliance constellations
  • #PanamaPapers: what Panamanian law firms do in shipping
    Mossack Fonseca works with industry, but is not a top-rank player
  • Kinder Morgan denies ship sales but is open to joint ventures
    Shipping analysts, however, believe private equity buyers are likely to be targeted as buyers of a 50% stake in Kinder's Jones Act tanker fleet
  • Crude tanker fleet growth manageable, says Euronav
    Owner expects supply and demand equilibrium will be broken for some periods in late 2016
  • Uncertainty lingers over charter market
    Fears grow over the impact of low rates and flexible fixtures on short term charter activity, and there are signs that business has already started to slow
  • Data Hub: World Fleet Update
    Layups surge as lines reduce capacity, with orders and deliveries remaining muted
  • Makamin Offshore to contest PACC Offshore's lawsuits
    Update: Neither POSH nor its subsidiary POSH Semco have received any formal charges to date from Makamin
  • Port Hedland iron ore exports rise
    Highest level for iron ore moving to China so far this year
  • Box carrier margins sink as low rates drain resources
    Weak end to 2015 dragged down annual results on majority of box lines
  • Panamaxes stay buoyant
    Abundant grain cargoes from east coast of South America supporting rates
  • Archer Daniels Midland to upgrade export terminal at Santos port
    Expansion will allow ADM to move agricultural products to customers in Asia, Africa and Europe
  • MR tanker rates under pressure as Atlantic arbitrage window closes
    Market participants expect diesel glut to become more acute in coming weeks
  • Inpex cuts net income forecast amid impairment losses
    Impairment losses related to projects currently in production amid fall in crude oil prices
  • Danish Maritime Authority makes more data available online
    Authority seeks to increase data-driven commercial developments in maritime industry
  • Swissco unit looking to buy VM Marine International
    Shares in Chanella Offshore and Galileo Ship Management to be transferred to VM Marine as part of proposed acquisition
  • India boosts Iranian oil imports
    India bought more than 30% of Iran's oil exports in March, making it the second-largest buyer after China
  • Norwegian shipowners expect weaker profits in 2016
    Offshore vessel lay-ups and employee layoffs to continue

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
APRIL 6, 2016
  • FDA sanitary food transport rule poses global logistics challenge
  • Federal funding for US ports set to come up billions short
  • Canada's Dicom expands US last-mile logistics, parcel business
  • California exports could rebound in 2016 after weak start
  • Virginia port won't offer SOLAS container weight services
  • US Congress turns eye toward SOLAS container weight rule
  • Brazil announces second set of port concessions
  • Earthquake can't shake Port of Hueneme operations
  • Current, past US House transport leaders differ on proposed CP-NS merger
  • FMC to host congestion-fighting summit next month
  • Air freight slumps in February as market faces headwinds
  • Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines in talks for mega-ships

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TradeWindsweb site
APRIL 6, 2016
  • Kinder says no pending sale for stake in ships
    But US energy logistics firm says it will consider joint ventures if economics work.
  • OSG lays out bonus plans for top executives
    US and non-US flag tanker owner returned to profit in 2015 after loss in 2014.
  • Gorgon LNG outage could last through May
    Latest gas export project suffers setback as cooling gear fails.
  • MSC books first LNG cruise ships at Elysee Palace
    Gianluigi Aponte continues EUR 9bn investment plan with STX France contract.
  • Kinder Morgan deal to set new precedent
    Wells Fargo says Jones Act tankers set for markdown of up to 10% if transaction goes through.
  • LNGVOY goes live
    New LNG voyage charter party now available to all.
  • End of hibernation for Island ships
    Norwegian offshore vessel owner sees its vessels re-mobilized for work in Norske Shell's Draugen oilfield.
  • POSH fires back in Saudi charter row
    Major Singapore offshore vessel operator says Saudi counter-claims do "not have any basis".
  • Big three Korean yard salaries 'average $61,000'
    Wages likely to fall as loss-making shipbuilders seek to save cash this year.
  • South Korean company gets near-$1m fine
    Doorae Shipping, affiliated with SK Shipping, pleads guilty to oil dumping off Hawaii and false reporting.
  • Divers inspecting wreck of 2Go ferry
    St Thomas of Aquinas has shifted position nearly three years after sinking off the Philippines.
  • MSC Cruises signs vessel orders worth $4.5bn in France
    French government spokesman confirms STX yard has scooped another quartet of big cruiseships from Italian group.
  • K Line in flurry of sale and purchase activity
    Japanese owner selling up to three vessels on heels of profit warning.

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American Shipperweb site
APRIL 6, 2016
  • Wells Fargo: Kinder Morgan may sell interest in Jones Act fleet
  • FDA rules raise bar on food transport safety
  • Stifel projects low single-digit global trade growth in 2016
  • U.S. exports inch up 1% in February
  • U.S.-flag Great Lakes freighter cargo volumes surge in March
  • KCS invests in Midwest, Gulf rail line upgrades
  • UASC opens new agency in Uruguay
  • NAWE director chastises shipper groups for VGM complaints
  • FRA to award $25m in PTC grant funds
  • Executive Moves: SAL, Union Pacific and Johanson Transportation Service
  • Qatar Airways Cargo launches first mobile app
  • SeaIntel: Container shipping reliability falls again in February
  • FedEx sells 3b euros of bonds in first non-dollar issue
  • Forwarder survey finds IT adoption key to preserving yield
  • Evergreen begins calling Busan New Container Terminal
  • Air France-KLM CEO resigns amid labor strife

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
APRIL 6, 2016
  • Q1 Review: Latin American bunkers fall on weak demand, plentiful supply
    Steepest price drop seen in Balboa, Panama.
  • Qatar's Nakilat to convert more carriers to run on gas
    Joins SGMF as 'active partner'.
  • Singapore rice trader in talks to buy Malaysian bunker supplier Victory Supply
    Wee Tiong also hired UABT's CEO Colin Wong to head its bunker trading arm.
  • Panama Canal to carry out scheduled lane outage from April 9-10
    The authority said the East Lane of the Gatun Locks will be out of service from 6 pm local time on April 9 to 6 am on April 10.
  • USAC-USGC HSFO spread widest since December on absence of sellers
    One USAC source said that even with the premium to USGC 3%S fuel oil, USAC freight costs make selling without a need-based reason a losing deal for the seller.
  • Crude futures remain under pressure as Doha meeting nears
    It was assumed a deal struck at the gathering later this month would constrain output.

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