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Sched Netweb site
JANUARY 11, 2016
  • A-E off 24.4pc to US$932/TEU, Asia-Med down 18.7pc to $1,022/TEU
  • Beijing officially debuts Cosco-CSCL as China Cosco Shipping Group
  • Global Port Tracker expects seasonal post-Christmas decline in US imports
  • Liverpool's US$438 million container terminal behind schedule
  • Optimarin warns all to ensure ballast water discharge meets US rules
  • China rail freight volumes drop 10.5pc in 2015 - biggest fall recorded
  • Eurofos terminal at Fos-sur-Mer handles record 617,751 TEU in '15
  • MSC calls at Bandar Abbas port as lifting of Iran sanctions in sight
  • HIT honoured, says it's cuts dockside accident rate 15pc
  • European Commission approves FedEx acquisition of TNT after probe
  • Hapag Lloyd's 14,000-TEU Wide Bravo damaged in Atlantic storm
  • Low water levels on Rhine, Danube push up costs for cargo owners
  • Moving boxes from Nagpur to Mumbai dearer than shipping them on to Dubai
  • One-way transatlantic flow tops other box trades in profitability
  • INTTRA joins JDA software for streamlined transport management
  • Air Cargo companies to pay US$100 million to settle price-fixing lawsuit
  • Delhi to cut back on foreign carriers grabbing Indian customers
  • Empire Aerospace expands service to Embraer ERJ 145 regional jets

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Exim Indiaweb site
JANUARY 10, 2016
  • AMTOI will continue its efforts for the betterment of the maritime & logistics industry - Vivek Kele, President
  • Cabinet approves transfer of land from Farakka Barrage Project to IWAI for new navigational lock
  • Gadkari inaugurates first RIS
  • IRClass continues its contribution to 'Make in India', develops rules for Indian Coast Guard ships
  • Coal imports declines by 15 pc in April-Dec. on record production
  • Difference in prices puts Indian oilmeals out of int'l market
  • India to import yellow corn; PEC issues global tender for 3.2 lakh t
  • Jute exports shrink on rise in prices
  • Oil imports from Iran declines to 208,300 bpd in 2015
  • Basic pension of Major Port employees to go up by 5.69 pc
  • Iron ore exports rise from Australia's Port Hedland in Dec.
  • CCEA clears development of NH-74
  • Railways may miss its freight loading target this fiscal
  • EEPC urges Jaitley to maintain certain tax exemptions
  • Exports likely to fall by 13 pc to $ 270 bn in 2015-16
  • Govt likely to increase Central excise duty rates
  • Govt may create export development fund
  • Removal of export duty may not help pellet exporters, says FIMI
  • Consortium of Chinese cos to develop SEZ, port in Myanmar

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International Transport Journalweb site
JANUARY 11, 2016
  • Jennifer Diaz founds own law firm
  • Car maker invests in host of new trailers
  • App for aid from ICMA
  • FAA to rap integrator's knuckles
  • Freydag introduces Kayser
  • Intermodal operator edges forward in tough market
  • Flue gas filter shipped to Ireland
  • Keel laying in Nantong
  • La Poste curbs former Europe Airpost services
  • Liebelt new Hellmann CPO
  • Over 100 new plants and expanded facilities
  • QSL supports Burgerista
  • Quite a successful year for Dunkirk
  • Air China orders six triple sevens
  • Martin Bencher moves to brand new head office
  • Go-ahead for Mongolian rail project
  • EU greenlights Fedex takeover of TNT

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JANUARY 8, 2016
  • At last! Good news for dry bulk
    An upturn for the dry bulk sector has been forecast in the fourth quarter of every year since 2009; every year corporate statements, business analysts, and journalists have been wrong. I have done it myself, although with diminishing levels of confidence. As 2015 progressed, it became increasingly certain that 2016 would...
  • The tanker markets in 2016
    IHS' Principal Trade Analyst Andrew Scorer discusses the drivers behind the oil markets and their impact on tanker freight rates...
  • Port of Rotterdam promises fresh initiative after 24-hour strike
  • IHS predicts mixed crude tanker rate outlook for 2016
  • New Corsican ferry operator hit by union blockade
    New Corsican ferry company Corsica Linea has called on the French authorities to act to end action by French seafarers preventing its vessel from completing its maiden voyage to the port of Marseilles. The company's chartered vessel, the Stena Carrier, arrived in the port of Marseilles on Tuesday but has been...
  • Offshore roundup digest
    Living Stone keel laying On 30 December 2015, LaNaval Shipyard in Spain laid the keel of offshore multipurpose vessel Living Stone, which is being built for DEME subsidiary Tideway. Due for delivery in the first half of 2017, it is powered by dual-fuel LNG/diesel engines, will be equipped with a fallpipe...
  • DNB Markets cuts dry bulk demand and charter rate forecasts
  • Sete Brasil's crisis to weigh on Singapore's shipbuilders
  • Korean shipbuilder HHIC looks at selling power generation affiliates
  • Shipping companies' rescuers eye SPP Shipbuilding
  • World's largest ro-ro box ship makes first voyage
  • Denmark driving international cooperation on maritime sulphur emissions
    Denmark is looking for a level playing field across all SECAs
  • Baltic Dry Index falls to all-time low
    The Baltic Dry Index (BDI) fell to yet another all-time low of 445 points on 7 January, tumbling below the previous record low 471 points set in mid-December. The drop in the index may be related to China's economic slowdown with less demand for coal and iron that has affected BDI...
  • Egypt will reopen strategic Suez Canal bridge 'in days,' army says
    Another one of the Suez canal bridges, pictured
  • Triyards posts positive 1Q16 results
    Singapore-listed Triyards Holdings has recorded USD6.2 million in profit for the first quarter of 2016 that ended on 30 November 2015, down 25% year on year (y/y) despite reporting higher revenue for the period. The company's first-quarter revenue soared 38% to USD78.1 million from USD56.7 million a year ago, mainly driven...
  • New Orleans faces dredging crisis as high water approaches
    Napoleon Avenue Container Terminal

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The Loadstarweb site
JANUARY 8, 2016
  • Relief for FedEx as EC decides TNT takeover bid raises 'no competition concerns'
  • Polar Air Cargo agrees $100m settlement in US antitrust lawsuit
  • Alarm bells ringing again in carrier boardrooms as Asia-Europe spot rates head back south
  • Analysis: The Loadstar's 'high-flyers' - six to watch in 2016
  • Bunker prices: not all good news for carriers
  • Tackling the logistics of 'Mail-Back Monday'
  • Global turbulence of 2015 set to continue, says new report

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Marine Logweb site
JANUARY 8, 2016
  • LaNaval lays keel for latest DEME dual fuel vessel
  • NSRP issues RFI on shipyard best practices
  • Triyards reports encouraging first quarter
  • USCG awards LRIT contract to Pole Star
  • INTTRA teams up with supply chain software leader
  • Royal Bahamas Police takes delivery 50-knot interceptors
  • Harley Marine acquires ten vessels from Enterprise
  • ABS in strategic cooperation with China's MARIC

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JANUARY 8, 2016
  • Drewry report predicts drop in freight rates for this year
  • Schnitzer Steel releases first fiscal quarter results
  • International Trade Administration sees exports drop during November
  • Port of Olympia sets meeting to discuss real estate plans
  • Harley Marine buying assets of Enterprise Marine Services

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JANUARY 8, 2016
  • A dry start to the year
    As dry bulk rates continue to fall, the sector's losers emerge
  • Fugro receives $106m from sale and leaseback deal
    Icon investments agreement covers two geotechnical vessels
  • The mysterious case of Angola's missing LNG
    No sign of Angolan cargoes, despite the project saying a restart would happen in late 2015
  • Diana clinches new bulker finance from Cexim
    Loan facility for up to $75.7m will partly cover cost of three vessels on order in China
  • Uncertain future for HHIC as it seeks voluntary debt restructuring
    Even major creditor KDB unlikely to risk pumping in additional funding, says analyst
  • Yard Talk | Game of survival through co-operation and competition
    Recent OECD and ASEF activities come amid persistent industry downturn
  • United Ocean heads to bankruptcy court, with a shove from five creditors
    Japan bulker owner's filing for receivership reflects lenders' growing pessimism about timing of a dry bulk recovery
  • Zim chief executive Rafi Danieli to step down after 38 years with Israeli line
    Board asks Danieli to stay on until a successor is appointed
  • Asia-Europe spot rates slide back after late 2015 rally
    Drewry expects prices to remain under pressure throughout the coming year
  • Container industry losses to widen to over $5bn in 2016, Drewry estimates
    Shipping lines must remove more vessels, restructure more trade lane pacts
  • Regulator grants 40-year export licence to Shell's LNG Canada project
    Permit is a key step in opening up the North American LNG market
  • Seanergy shareholders back reverse stock split
    Bulker owner plans to go ahead with one-for-five split from January 8
  • Triyards reports 25% drop in first-quarter profit
    Revenue in the first quarter rose due to projects secured in 2015
  • Workers go on strike at Port of Rotterdam
    Fear of job losses triggers first strike in 13 years

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JANUARY 8, 2016
  • CN seeks environmental approval for hub outside Toronto
  • December hiring pushes JOC trucking employment index to new high
  • High water causes carriers to skip New Orleans calls
  • Port Canaveral taps Hapag-Lloyd USA head as new CEO
  • Trans-Pacific spot rates dip
  • Danieli resigns as Zim CEO
  • New ACL ship on maiden voyage to US East Coast
  • Volume at major India ports inches up
  • EU approves FedEx takeover of TNT
  • Egypt to reopen critical bridge link to Port Said East
  • Gate activity returns to normal at DP World's Nhava Sheva Terminal
  • Idle box fleet surged five-fold in 2015
  • 2016 could be an even tougher year than last for air freight sector
  • No surprise as volatile Asia-Europe rates follow carriers into new year
  • Airlines prepare for cargo surge when box weight rule is enforced

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TradeWindsweb site
JANUARY 8, 2016
  • HNA ups shareholding in Dorian LPG
    The Chen Feng-led conglomerate becomes third largest shareholder in LPG ship owner.
  • US handily beats others on LPG exports
    But Asia and Europe offer room to grow for LPG; ethane trade to grow as will refined products.
  • Call for breaking cash
    Head of Nigerian shipowners association urges investment in domestic vessel recycling.
  • Diana secures $75m in Chinese funding
    New York-listed owner nets loan for three newbuildings, one of which has been slightly delayed.
  • POSH's Middle East push
    Singapore offshore player teams with Saudi's Al-Khalaf group to build Gulf business.
  • Klemp boosts her holding in Frontline
    Chief financial officer buys $385,820 bundle of shares amid wider market selldown.
  • MSC seafarer dies
    Medics unable to save Russian crewman from MSC Sariska off UK.
  • Polarcus warns on impairments
    Middle East seismic shipowner facing hit on ship values after review by Norwegian watchdog.
  • Fredriksen ponders sale of older VLCC
    Fleet renewal set to take another step with potential disposal of 1998-built tanker.
  • Ezra Holdings warns of loss
    Singapore offshore shipping group to post Q1 deficit due to "depressed" oil and gas markets.
  • Iran deal "days away"
    Potential boost for tankers and boxships close as John Kerry says sanctions will be lifted soon.
  • Capesize spending erupts as big guns fire
    Figures confirm major owners have switched attention to depressed dry cargo market.
  • Bond binge goes on
    Subsea 7 continues to snap up convertible issue in $8m deal.
  • Korean yard losses to hit $6.7bn
    HHI, Samsung and DSME to post huge combined operating deficit for 2015.
  • Condor ferry out of action
    $75m Liberation suffers another setback after being blown against berth in UK.
  • Harley Marine buys 10
    US owner raids Enterprise Marine for double-hulled barges and tugs.
  • Guilt by association
    Deutsche Bank analyst says dry-bulk woes are having a negative effect on US tanker stocks.
  • NCL crew busted
    Five crew off Norwegian Dawn caught smuggling cocaine into New Orleans.
  • Triyards boosts profit
    First quarter result sees Asian shipyard increase gross profit by 12%.
  • VLGCs fall in New Year
    Newbuilding deliveries, easing Indian port congestion and China slowness cited.

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American Shipperweb site
JANUARY 8, 2016
  • European Union gives green light to FedEx-TNT merger
  • Port of New York and New Jersey seeks to ban older trucks
  • Spot container rates drop 10.9%
  • Multiple ocean carriers join CKYHE Asia-ECNA loop
  • Lakes iron ore trade drops 8.5% in 2015
  • Hanson Logistics unveils plans for deep frozen warehouse
  • Executive Moves: IANA and U.S. Meat Export Federation
  • Ocean3 adjusts FAL1 service
  • Polar Air settles U.S. antitrust class action lawsuit
  • Land-Air Express back on the road
  • FAA proposes fine for non-compliant FedEx plane
  • South Africa opens to more U.S. meat exports
  • CN to issue $4.2b in debt securities
  • ZIM CEO resigns amid reports of IPO delay

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JANUARY 8, 2016
  • Gibraltar sees bunker sales grow year-on-year
    Bunker suppliers have shown 'enduring commitment'.
  • Solar panel fitted to ferry
    Technology may be used on other ferries.
  • Dry bulk gloom deepens
    BDI hits record lows, wave of bankruptcies predicted and Japanese firm files for protection.
  • Rotterdam: 24-hour Terminal strike ends
    Increased automation provokes job security fears.
  • Fuel oil arbitrage volumes set to rise
    But Singapore's onshore stocks have dropped to their lowest level in seven months.
  • Bomin's bid to buy bankrupt bunker player collapses
    But Bomin has purchased some of the company's bunker inventory.
  • Adani outlines expansion plans
    'I see India as a future bunkering hub and we want to play a major role.'
  • Singapore: Vessel detained
    Ship controlled by Nigerian interests.






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