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23 September 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 23:32 GMT+2




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Sched Netweb site
APRIL 13, 2016
  • Shenzhen's China International Marine plans US$928 million share sale
  • CargoSmart has online window to get your verified container aboard ship
  • OOCL's Long Beach Container Terminal moves to greater automation
  • Oman set to deploy 47 feeders to harness power of its coastline
  • Canadian Pacific gives up campaign to take over Norfolk Southern
  • 2M starts China-Korea-US Gulf loop, adds New York-NJ-to-Everglades run
  • Loading instructions may widen risk of surveyors without their knowing: insurer
  • Taiwan's Port of Kaohsiung docks its first 18,000-TEUer
  • Singtel, Inmarsat to partner on cybersecurity to prevent hacks
  • Chinese investment in Australia grows 60pc to US$15 billion
  • Carrier fined US$2.5 million for bilge spill, crew jailed, banned for life
  • Korea's Doorae Shipping is fined US$950,000 for dumping oily bilge
  • Korean Air Cargo, Uzbekistan Airways tieup to provide Tehran service
  • Boeing wins US$1.5 billion in orders for 747s thought to be fading away
  • Russia's ABC to add 3rd B747F flight to Singapore, with connections to HK, Europe, US
  • FedEx cuts transit times one day in six tier 2 & 3 cities in China

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Exim Indiaweb site
APRIL 12, 2016
  • Indev Logistics & Kerry Logistics Network launching Kerry-Indev in New Delhi today
  • IRClass lends support to 'Make in India' at Maritime India Summit
  • Mandatory electronic data exchange for international shipping adopted
  • Maritime India Summit seen providing huge investment opportunities for Korea
  • Prime Minister to inaugurate Maritime India Summit 2016 tomorrow
  • TT Club alerts Baltic transport professionals to new demands of SOLAS
  • Cargo handling private workers pool at Visakhapatnam Port to be closed
  • Gopalpur port scaling up operations
  • DICT bags another prestigious award

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International Transport Journalweb site
APRIL 13, 2016
  • New facility in Puerto Rico
  • CP stops acquisition effort
  • Carrefour awards for Valencia's hinterland
  • Russian manufacturer produces 30,000th freight car
  • Express overnight transport by Trans-o-flex
  • Poor stowage remains an issue
  • Mallory Alexander VP appointed to US committee
  • Icao highlights security priorities for Africa
  • New intermodal terminal in Florida
  • New companies, new ship
  • UPS names Cindy Miller global forwarding president
  • XPO signs contract with Renault
  • Microchip production machinery to Dalian
  • Titan box centre in operation in New Zealand
  • Complex sequencing to speed up processes

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IHS Maritimeweb site
APRIL 12, 2016
  • More industrial action set to disrupt Australian container operations
  • Maersk pledges to protect FOC crew
  • ECSA response to EP Migration report
  • Port Authority seeks "circular economy" for Churchill Industrial Zone
  • CargoSmart Offers SOLAS VGM Solutions Free of Charge
  • e-Compliance Brings Maritime Regulations into the 21st Century
  • Oceana yard's first newbuild delivered
  • Chinese Shipping Prosperity Index hits new low
  • HMM to pocket USD1.1 billion from Hyundai Securities stake sale
  • Cyber security - shipping must stop being complacent
  • Japanese shipyard orders fall again in March
  • Singapore bumps R&D fund up to USD150 million
  • More bulkers sent for scrapping as prices continue to rally
  • Ship's captain and owner plead not guilty to Rabaul Queen deaths
  • Maritime attacks in Southeast Asia fall to 10-year low
  • Chang Myung seeks court protection after fifth consecutive loss
  • South Korea targets Myanmar used car market with direct ro-ro service
  • German forwarders eye steady containerised cargo volumes
  • Feeder service links Omani ports with Jebel Ali
  • Genting and China Merchants ink cruise MOU
  • Broken TS Taipei ship to be scrapped on site, says Taiwan government
  • Concerns persist on stamina of crude tanker spot rates

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The Loadstarweb site
APRIL 12, 2016
  • US air cargo unconvinced on e-freight - but players must 'shape up or ship out', delegates told
  • Overcapacity warning as MSC moves big ships to 'more robust' Europe-Middle East/India trade
  • Portable container weighing system for shippers with no access to weighbridges
  • Analysis: could floundering HMM take a leaf out of ZIM's book when restructuring?
  • How manufacturers win by not playing the field
  • Valk Fleet in administration as drivers remain unpaid and bosses receive 'death threats'
  • Mallory Alexander's Melzie Wilson to advise US secretary of commerce on supply chains

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Marine Logweb site
APRIL 12, 2016
  • Australia's ASC names General Manager Future Submarines
  • Ballast Water: Early Feedback
  • VIDEO: Modular dredge goes to work high in Andes
  • Shipping's space age future
  • Getting into the Swing of Things
  • As Easy as Building ATBs
  • Plenty of Work, Despite Oil's Dip
  • New Brazilian shipyard delivers first vessel
  • Woodside charters Australia's first LNG fueled PSV
  • First two ship operators join autonomous ship group
  • Foxx designates new Marine Highway projects

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World Wide Shipperweb site
APRIL 12, 2016
  • The Northwest Seaport Alliance Oks Husky Terminal upgrade work
  • Drewry Benchmarking Club predicts further drop in ocean freight rates
  • Coast Guard aircrew rescues fisherman from capsized boat
  • Portland Port Commission sets public budget hearing
  • Three North American nations discuss excess steelmaking issue

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Lloyd's Listweb site
APRIL 12, 2016
  • Hellenic Carriers shareholders back delisting from AIM
    Fotini Karamanli-led bulker company is one of two Greek shipping companies quitting London market
  • Ro-ro and containers lead Dublin Port's first-quarter growth
    Exports outpace imports
  • Sharp $16,000 drop for VLCCs as April load dates close
    This coming week could bring a rare lack of volatilty as rates inch down
  • European Commission sets April 29 deadline for CMA CGM-NOL deal decision
    APL says it will remain with G6 Alliance until first quarter of 2017
  • Hyundai Merchant Marine sells Hyundai Securities stake for $1.1bn
    South Korean carrier to use proceeds of sale to stabilise its operation
  • Supramax rates gain marginally to new year-to-date highs
    But market players wonder whether the rally is halting
  • China dissatisfied with G7 foreign ministers' statement on Asia maritime issues
    China urged G7 members to not take sides on territorial disputes
  • Calls for data overhaul to address cargo modelling challenge
    Tianjin and other incidents have driven the need to reassess insurance modelling
  • K Line unit reaches deal with Northwest Seaport Alliance to expand Husky Terminal
    Expansion will allow terminal to handle two 18,000 teu container vessels at the same time
  • Siem Offshore lands five-year contract for new PSV
    Vessel delivered in 2017 will be first ever LNG-powered PSV operating in Australia
  • FMC supports shipper stance on box weighing
    Commissioner Doyle calls for carriers and shippers to get together to find solution on responsibilities
  • Southeast Asia maritime crime hits 10-year low
    Maritime crime falls in southeast Asia, rises in Gulf of Guinea
  • US LNG shipment to India opens new Asia trade route
    Cargo expected to arrive at Dabhol LNG terminal in western India later this week
  • Ocean Yield secures $202m for building three gas carriers
    Loan facility will cover $67.5m of $81m contract price of each ship
  • Xiamen Port Holding to sell two gantry cranes to container terminal operator unit
    Cranes sold for a total consideration of $1.6m
  • Top five dry bulk trends
    Small net fleet growth expected despite continued demolitions
  • Raising the roadway
    Work to raise the famous Bayonne Bridge to enable New York and New Jersey terminals to handle ships of up to 14,000 teu remains well behind schedule
  • A matter of agency
    The relationship between container carriers and agents has been something of a rollercoaster ride over recent decades.

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
APRIL 12, 2016
  • Alibaba targets Southeast Asia with giant $1 billion acquisition
  • Oakland joins growing list of ports refusing to offer VGM services
  • Estes Express adds Chicago-area LTL trucking terminal
  • Crowley consolidates Puerto Rico logistics facilities
  • KCS service still backlogged after flooding in Louisiana, Texas
  • South America-Europe trade surging
  • Weak demand, low fuel prices pull down revenue at top US truck companies
  • Maersk shifts India shuttle service from Chennai to private ports
  • Europe's top air cargo carriers post lower volumes
  • CargoSmart gets on the electronic VGM solution platform
  • Container contract rates tumble as shippers negotiate deep discounts

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TradeWindsweb site
APRIL 12, 2016
  • OW ruling a blow to physical suppliers
    New York federal judge says there's no lien for supplier if there's no contract with owner.
  • Hellenic shareholders approve exit from AIM
    Greek company to end London listing on 20 April; Apolstolos Kontoyiannis joins board.
  • Ostensjo lays up North Sea PSV
    Edda Fram stacked in Haugesund, bringing total number of idled PSVs to 72.
  • Navig8 jumps into offshore with takeover
    Shipowner and operator makes good on diversification pledge with RKOffshore deal.
  • Sincere Navigation edges up profit
    Bulker owner defies dry downturn to increase earnings for 2015.
  • Arkas signs shipping MOU with IRISL
    Turkish company makes first step towards building commercial relationship with Iran's national carrier.
  • Veteran ERRV sold into fish sector
    Sentinel Star bought by Norway's Lerow for ocean farm work.
  • First quarter ship orders plunge 79%
    Huge drop-off in speculative newbuilding contracts as owners stay away from yards.
  • LNG rates fall 49% as fleet grows
    Figures show industry growth amid dire ship charter market.
  • Great Eastern sells support vessel
    Indian shipowner disposes of 2013-built ROV ship.
  • Maersk adopts ITF agreement for chartered ships
    Danish giant puts crew from third-party fleet on same footing as those on its own ships.
  • Royal Mail Ship on the block
    St Helena to be auctioned as it completes final run to remote South Atlantic UK island.
  • Ezion Holdings sees profit evaporate
    Singaporean offshore rig and vessel owner takes a hit for 2015 and suspends dividend.
  • HMM banking $1.1bn for Hyundai Securities
    KB Financial says it has sealed deal for struggling Korean owner's 23% slice of brokerage.
  • Atlantic sells business to stay alive
    Newly established Norwegian company acquires compatriot owner's operations, while a few subsidiaries are set to file for bankruptcy.
  • Ferry bridge targeted by laser
    Police describe attack on English vessel as a navigational hazard.
  • Norwegian bond tap turned off
    Key finance source dries up in oil slump as offshore owners restructure issues.
  • Siem wins five-year deal for PSV
    Norwegian owner clinches another deal in Australia for a dual-fuel ship.
  • Maritime crime in South East Asia at decade low
    However, incidents of kidnapping, ransom and sabotage have surged in Gulf of Guinea, say Dryad Maritime.
  • LNG said to be entering brave new world
    Chevron, Shell and Woodside Energy chiefs chew the fat on how the industry can best develop.
  • Dry S&P sentiment shows signs of improving
    More owners said to be set to pull the trigger on deals for fear of missing out on buying opportunity.
  • Seaport Alliance targets 18,000-teu boxships
    North America's third-largest container gateway takes steps to prepare for new giants of the liner world.
  • VLGC rates at lowest level in six years
    Spot market assessment sliding amid lacklustre activity and fierce competition, L&S says.

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American Shipperweb site
APRIL 12, 2016
  • DP World lays out VGM scaling fee for Vancouver, Prince Rupert
  • IMO adopts mandatory requirements for electronic information exchange
  • North American steel trade in trouble
  • YRC Freight unveils 'Accelerated' shipping solution
  • MercuryGate releases transportation procurement tool
  • Commerce adds new members to supply chain committee
  • Ro-ro terminal opens at Melbourne
  • Cryoport launches Temperature Controlled Logistics Consulting Division
  • U.S. steel exports decline in February
  • Estes opens new Illinois terminal
  • Fleet expands 'Yelp for freight' platform to include quoting
  • CargoSmart to offer free SOLAS VGM data solution
  • Drewry: Contract rates for containerized cargo continue to fall
  • Long Beach eyeing short-haul rail to move cargo off docks

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
APRIL 12, 2016
  • PTT snaps up Aframaxes as SBM undergoes repair
    PTT was seeking two more Aframax tankers to lighter cargoes from Nipah via ship-to-ship transfer with a VLCC.
  • India's Great Eastern Shipping buys VLGC from S Korea's KSS Line
    The 49,849 dwt vessel was the Gas Vision, owned by South Korea's KSS Line Ltd., which had been on term charter to South Korean trading company E1 Corp.
  • RUSSIA DATA: Jan-Feb refined oil product exports drop 18.25%
    Russia's refined product exports rose throughout 2015 in the wake of tax reforms that slashed main export duties.
  • SPAIN DATA: Refinery throughput drops to 12-month low
    Fuel oil production falls 9.2%.
  • Asian LR1 rates at year-to-date lows as ships pile up in Persian Gulf
    LR2 rates at lowest since March 10.
  • ASIA FUEL OIL MOC: Loadings continue for 5.82 mil mt traded in March
    Loadings from Singapore, southern Malaysia and FSUs in the Straits.
  • First LNG bunkering performed at Dutch port of Vlissingen
    Bunkering was performed from truck to ship.
  • Dryad Maritime reports 63% on-year fall in Q1 crimes in SE Asia waters
    Enforcement and education helped reduce maritime crime.
  • US Gulf Coast bunker fuel prices jump on wider strength, weak demand
    Stronger HSFO, front-month ICE Brent, and ULSD prices fueled the spurt.
  • Oil futures extend rally on dollar decline ahead of Doha summit
    The dollar weakened Monday, lending support to the oil complex.
  • Singapore's Kim Heng Offshore & Marine posts $4.9 mil loss for 2015
    But the group managed to generate a positive net operating cash flow of S$2.1 million for 2015
  • Taiwan's CPC resumes bunkering operations at No. 9 Keelung barge Singapore
    Maintenance was completed ahead of schedule.






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