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23 September 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 23:37 GMT+2




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Sched Netweb site
APRIL 18, 2016
  • A-E rate falls 6.9pc to US$271/TEU, USWC off 9.3pc, USEC slips 4.8pc
  • MOL increases Asia-east coast South America rate US$750/TEU from May 1
  • More say carriers should be responsible for securing the container weights
  • Mega ships, mega ports make winners, losers of port operators: APMT
  • Baltic Dry Index bucks up after 12 consecutive declining trading sessions
  • Study: Three factors threaten traditional forwarding business model
  • CSX operating profit falls 16.4pc to US$704 million as sales fall 14pc
  • FPS Europe Cargo loads 9 tugs in Shanghai, ships them to Netherlands
  • Shippers would benefit understanding carrier's bottom line: GES
  • Ballast Water Treatment Conference May 4-5 at Baltimore's Mariott
  • Dnata adds Heathrow air cargo facility for HK's Cathay Pacific Airways
  • Airport sniffer dogs deemed low return on investment face the sack
  • Qatar Airways Cargo offers QR Express for time-sensitive cargo at Doha
  • Four major airport hubs to handle US imports by air, expert say

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Exim Indiaweb site
APRIL 17, 2016
  • As the July 1 deadline looms, global readiness to implement the SOLAS amendment presents a mixed picture
  • Goyal aims at reducing coal imports, suggests equity corpus for investing in maritime sector
  • Maritime India Summit 2016 brings the sector centrestage
  • Maritime India Summit 2016 sees participation from prominent industry leaders
  • MOL launches bi-annual vessel safety campaign
  • WW Shipping & Forwarding forays into Heavylift & Turnkey Projects
  • Adani Petronet gets green clearance for expansion
  • Bulk terminal of Essar Ports commissioned
  • China keen to further develop Hambantota port
  • India & South Korea sign MoU for cooperation in port-related matters
  • Karnataka's Belikeri port gets development grant
  • MIS 2016 - DP World contest grand prize awarded
  • Sanjay Bhatia is the new Chairman of Mumbai Port Trust
  • CONCOR withdraws port congestion surcharge following Railways' announcement
  • Forex reserves touch another record
  • India seen driving growth in South Asia
  • Allcargo Avvashya Group Sports Club crowned champions of Times Shield 'F Division'

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International Transport Journalweb site
APRIL 18, 2016
  • Europe and Russia need each other
  • Coal transport contract netted by three rail companies
  • Solar Impulse about to continue fuelless RTW trip
  • New trio on the Rhine
  • Two L.I.T. executives granted power of attorney
  • Electrical equipment production starting in 2017
  • Zeaborn Group on expansion path
  • BNSF receives Toyota Logistics laurels
  • Next Senegal carrier bites the dust
  • Change of president for Panalpina France
  • New agency partnership signed and sealed
  • Iran: end-to-end tracking and tracing
  • New front man for Spedlogswiss Zurich
  • Fresh food corridors from Marseille-Fos
  • Dubai's goals - a magnet for Topsystem
  • Industry calls for faster digitalization

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IHS Maritimeweb site
APRIL 15, 2016
  • Boskalis Panama: poised for growth
  • Finishing touches for Panama ports
  • No let-up for Panama canal dredgers
  • Panama's historic canal debut nears
  • Chinese yards see orders climb
  • European Parliament votes to protect ship masters during Mediterranean rescues
  • Strikes to hit Australia's Brisbane and Melbourne ports
  • Court officials detain coal ship off Australian coast
  • Golden Ocean delays delivery of two more Capesize newbuilds
  • Authorities clarify position on PSA's investment in HMM's terminal
  • Ezra Holdings reports loss, to sell FPSO
  • Tianjin looks to booming e-commerce to drive recovery in port, logistics sector
  • Hyundai Glovis is preferred bidder for Gwangyang's new PCTC terminal
  • Spot rates fall as container lines plan to hit market with May 1 increases
  • COSCO Shipping posts first quarter 99.64% profit plunge
  • Dry bulk road to recovery after 1980s crisis is the path to follow, says Wah Kwong chief
  • Navios cancels controversial related-party loan deal

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The Loadstarweb site
APRIL 15, 2016
  • Mediocre the new reality for air freight, says IATA, but there are 'signs for cautious optimism'
  • Carriers caught between the rock of contract premiums and the hard place of falling spot rates
  • Maersk Line expands service to more Chinese ports as Myanmar container trade grows
  • Japan plants shut down after new quake, fuelling economic fears
  • Bolloré caught up in corruption probe over West African port deals
  • $1.5bn boost for Cainiao as it eyes cross-border e-commerce

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Marine Logweb site
APRIL 15, 2016
  • Crowley takes delivery of third LNG ready tanker
  • ABB to supply power system for hybrid ferry
  • SCA makes maritime leadership awards
  • Industry cautious on well control final rule

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World Wide Shipperweb site
APRIL 15, 2016
  • Vancouver Port Commissioners to discuss oil transfer project today
  • Port of Seattle announces winners of Green Gateway Partner Awards
  • Customs vehicle identification check uncovers Ferrari stolen in 1987
  • Washington senator spearheads move to reform Harbor Maintenance Tax
  • FMCSA posts reminder of new truck driver physical form

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Lloyd's Listweb site
APRIL 15, 2016
  • IMF paints a gloomy picture of slow recovery
    Eyes on Asia as Chinese trade spikes and Indian and Singapore look to the future
  • Shell warns against short-sighted approach to LNG
    Investment should continue despite low gas prices, advises van Beurden
  • Exchange offer completion brings new Torm structure
    Shareholders of 95.9% of Torm stock back UK parent company introduction
  • Capes surge back up to operating costs
    Rates are at highest since early December
  • EMAS Offshore reports losses as industry downturn persists
    Company continues to cut costs, improve operational efficiency and focus on vessel utilisation
  • Aronnax: How do countries support the advancement of innovation? They push for rule change
    OECD-backed research links IMO policy papers with relevant patent numbers - and the results are telling
  • Freight rate misery continues
    Attention turns to next month's GRIs on the major east-west trades, as April price push falls flat
  • First cargo of US offshore crude shipped from US Gulf
    Cargo hauled by Greek-owned tanker will be discharged in Rotterdam next week
  • Roose + Partners signs trio of senior women
    Gale, Heard and Martineau join shipping law firm
  • Impairments weigh on Ezra Holdings results
    Revenue mainly hit by weaker contributions from offshore support and production services division
  • Modi seeks foreign investment to help develop India's ports
    Shipping ministry showcased 250 projects with investment opportunities
  • Navios Maritime cancels $50m loan facility
    Navios Maritime Holdings did not borrow from facility before agreement was terminated
  • Cosco Singapore agrees to defer rig delivery for Sevan Drilling again
    Delivery date extended by six months to October 15
  • Singapore inks pact with Indian Ports Association for technology partnerships
  • Low charter demand dampens hopes of seasonal market pickup
    Fixture activity continues to disappoint as overcapacity rules
  • Long Beach first-quarter container volumes reach new high
    Strong gains in January and February led to best performance for quarter since 2007

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
APRIL 15, 2016
  • PMA asks ILWU to join contract extension talks
  • Paranagua terminal concession extension to spur major expansion
  • Logistics fuels booming industrial real estate market
  • Steve Russell, founder of Celadon Group, dies at 76
  • US Congress set to send more money to ports
  • Deutsche Bank to sell Maher Terminals at Port of NY-NJ
  • Cosco favored to win bid for Greece railway
  • Leading India rail operator cuts shipper costs
  • Antwerp container volume rises as rivals' traffic falters
  • E-commerce, FTZ buoy Tianjin recovery
  • Terminal exit offers opportunity in Oakland
  • Carriers reach for the GRI button as rates slide further

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TradeWindsweb site
APRIL 15, 2016
  • Handies sold amid bulker S&P uptick
    Doosan-controlled JS Comet, Elmar's Lion and DST's Bianco Zealand reported sold.
  • Exmar seeks FLNG rejig and new finance
    Brussels-listed owner in talks for new terms on ICBC floater funding, and new deals for other newbuildings.
  • Exmar outlines future capital needs
    Brussels-listed owner seeks new terms on some deals, and new funds in others.
  • Norway renews Siem boat for Triton mission
    Ministry of Justice and Public Security hires multipurpose PSV Siem Pilot for six months plus options.
  • Sales talk surrounds Scerni aframax pair
    A deal could set a new price precedent for aframax crude tankers.
  • LNG fixtures surge, though spot rates flat
    Wells Fargo says first quarter saw 75% increase in spot fixture activity
  • PNSC wins softer terms on $43m loan
    Pakistan's national shipowner refinances to save money.
  • Torm completes US IPO ground work
  • Russia's USC prospers in 2015
    State yard group quadruples earnings despite dip in revenue.
  • Norway, Korea cooperate on eco-ships
    Leaders of both countries agree to build on MoU signed in 2012.
  • Danske singles out Oslo-listed quartet
    Wilh Wilhelmsen, Frontline, BW LPG and Avance Gas noted as short term investment ideas.
  • Navigator pair picked up by PDVSA
    New York-listed owner locks in term work for gas carriers.
  • Rickmers Maritime Trust hires new CFO
    Banking veteran Tomas Norton de Matos replaces Gerard Low Shao Khang.
  • MMA Offshore sells another AHTS
    Australian owner continues fleet reduction through deal with Greek owner.
  • Deutsche Bank offloads US terminal
    German lender takes another step towards reducing its legacy assets.
  • Antwerp volumes rise as tankers add 10%
    But key Belgian port also sees bulker cargoes fall 18%.
  • ICG grows fleet with $13.25m buy
    New vessel arrives with bareboat employment already secured.
  • Indian state bank chief talks shipping revival
    Arundhati Bhattacharya worried over domestic yards, but sees better prospects in the long-term.
  • Tanks breached as cargoship hits rocks
    Crew refloats With Harvest off Norway as hull checks begin.
  • Ocean Rig makes Cayman Islands switch
    Economou's drilling group moves corporate domicile from the Marshall Islands.
  • Pay and display a solution for China Ocean Industry
  • Iran ends free oil shipping to India
    But Gulf country still carrying crude for less than half its tanker costs after sanctions end.
  • EMAS Offshore reports interim net loss
    Company says it will continue cost reductions to weather headwinds in the oil and gas market.
  • Prelude FLNG shapes up for tow
    Shell and Technip detail next phase for Australia-bound floating LNG behemoth
  • PFLNG Satu due to fire up in third quarter
    World's first floating LNG unit scheduled to arrive offshore Bintulu in mid-May.
  • Ezra continues divestments with FPSO set to be sold
    Singapore offshore vessel operator looks to offload more assets as it looks to balance the books.
  • Navios backs out of controversial loan deal
    Citing litigation, parent Navios Maritime Holdings cancels credit line from spin-off Navios Maritime Acquisition.
  • Doha inaction 'positive' for tanker shares
    Analyst expects sands won't shift at oil freeze meeting, helping tankers but hurting MLPs.
  • Bibby wins deal with ConocoPhillips
    Project is first Norwegian contract for UK subsea service provider.

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American Shipperweb site
APRIL 15, 2016
  • Northwest Seaport Alliance praises effort to fund 'donor ports'
  • NYK rep reiterates no VGM, no load
  • U.S. shipping groups want Congress to protect Jones Act
  • Shipping losses hit a decade low
  • FMC reviews 3 OTI license applications
  • SCFI falls 3.6%
  • U.S. arrests Chinese businessman for attempted illegal export
  • China agrees to end export-contingent subsidies
  • Executive moves
  • Former MM&P president Tim Brown dead at 73
  • Shippers petition U.S. for relief from container weight rule
  • Long Beach container volumes climbing in early 2016
  • Cargolux enhances presence in Vietnam

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
APRIL 15, 2016
  • CORRECTION: Singapore Mar fuel oil trade volume nearly hits historic high at 5.76 mil mt
    Expectations of fewer March arbitrage cargoes fueled buying.
  • Trafigura confirms it has off-specification fuel oil cargo in Singapore
    The cargo was found to contain 5-6% water.
  • US Gulf Coast HSFO at widest discount to crude since 2014
    Spread widened on selling pressure.






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