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16 September 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 17:41 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
APRIL 19, 2016
  • HK March down 8pc to 1.52 million TEU, Singapore off 8pc to 2.52 million TEU
  • China textile exports decline 5pc in 2015 - first fall in 6 years
  • OOCL shifts from Maersk's APMT to Hutchison's ECT in Dutch terminal switch
  • Piraeus a done deal unless Greek assembly votes it down this week
  • China woos East Africa to enter in more cooperative projects
  • Rise in Gulf of Guinea pirates, but piracy rate declines in SE Asia: study
  • Fate of US ExIm bank pits top Republicans senators against each other
  • FIATA forwarders welcome UN's mandatory electronic filing change
  • Bigger but fewer ships in West Africa as ports fight to stay alive
  • Savannah cements role as No 1 poultry port with vast blast freezer unit
  • Boeing talks to Iran to secure orders, after Airbus makes deals in January
  • Hong Kong Airlines launches new direct flight service to Tokyo Narita
  • Aircraft handling industry set to surge by 2022, driven by investment
  • Oman Air to choose 12 new planes from Airbus A350 or Boeing 787s

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Exim Indiaweb site
APRIL 18, 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 19, 2016
  • Czech railfreight operator orders new traction
  • Triple traction for DB Cargo UK
  • Bidding race on for Trainose
  • Space for industrial projects on the Scheldt
  • Step forward for TAP
  • Zurich Airport hives off stake in Indian airport
  • Whistl's way to ramp up international business
  • "Big bang" reforms for railfreight rates in India
  • Austrian Post - laurels for sustainability
  • Lowe's intermodal carrier of the year is...
  • Liberia remains No. 1 register for Greeks
  • Third weekly Cargolux flight to HCMC
  • French e-logistics network continues to grow
  • Wim Bosman Romania bumps up earnings

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IHS Maritimeweb site
APRIL 18, 2016
  • Slideshow: Sizing up ship scrapping since the start of the year
  • Upcoming tender for DCI's new USD69 million TSHD
  • India's Shipping Corporation to order two new Suezmax tankers
  • Marine security association to close after membership falls
  • Keppel Corporation's profit dives 41%
  • Norway and South Korea sign shipbuilding agreement
  • MEPC69: Environmental regulation my priority, says IMO head
  • Antwerp expands throughput and looks to China, Iran and India for new business
  • HPH Trust reverses into profit in FY15
  • Container rate volatility spurs growing need for electronic solutions
  • KSS Line seals TC contract with Waterfront Shipping
  • Online auction of Sainty Marine goes unsold
  • Ship scrapping on the rise as carriers weed out unwanted capacity

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The Loadstarweb site
APRIL 18, 2016
  • 'Don't turn your back on Amazon' - is it eyeing Frankfurt-Hahn Airport buy?
  • Air Canada returns to freighter services and eyes network expansion via Cargojet link
  • 'Mega-sized container vessels present mega-sized challenges for ports and shippers'
  • Deutsche Bank to sell Maher Terminals to Macquarie
  • The trucker's nightmare that could flatten Europe's economy
  • New executive shipping recruitment firm Zephyr Maritime unveiled
  • What a wider Panama Canal means for American commerce

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Marine Logweb site
APRIL 18, 2016
  • MARAD awards $4.9 million in Small Shipyard Grants
  • Australia unveils AUD 40 billion Navy shipbuilding plan
  • MEPC meets and carbon limits are on the agenda
  • Lake Assault Boats now listed on GSA Schedule
  • Damen Amsterdam completes work on fallpipe vessel
  • NTSB starts new search for El Faro VDR
  • VIDEO: Robot snakes could handle subsea IMR

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World Wide Shipperweb site
APRIL 18, 2016
  • Vancouver Port Commission Oks Vancouver Energy lease amendment
  • Bellingham International earns honor as top airport for customers satisfaction
  • FMCSA issues report covering truck/bus crashes
  • Port of Seattle CEO cited for drunk driving
  • Coast Guard advises public to be wary of wrecked fishing boat

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Lloyd's Listweb site
APRIL 18, 2016
  • Handies continue to climb
    Tight tonnage in the Atlantic lifts index to a five-month high
  • Repairing reputations
    In an industry facing threats of war, terrorism, population changes and a slow world economy, leadership is needed says Siem Industries chairman Kristian Siem
  • Doha deal failure makes no dent in VLCCs
    Spot rates rise as May cargoes emerge and owners ride positive momentum, though fall in asset values casts shadow
  • Fall in 'headhaul teu-miles' a worrying development for carriers
    Growth in headhaul teu-miles reversed in the first two months of 2016 and will only add to the woes of beleaguered carriers, say SeaIntel
  • Flemming Jacobs calls for more container shipping consolidation
    Industry veteran stresses the need to retain talent during the downturn
  • ITF backs Australian stevedores in dispute with Patrick
    Ongoing negotiations covering ports of Sydney, Freemantle, Melbourne and Brisbane
  • European Commission clarifies EU ship recycling list requirements
    First list of approved yards due for publication before December 31
  • HPH Trust profit up 47% in the first quarter
    But one-off gain via Hong Kong subsidiary masks a disappointing start to 2016
  • Capsicum Re recruits Lockhart-Smith and Reeves
    High-level appointments at marine and energy specialty business join from JLT
  • American Club targets Asia for growth
    Club views region as extremely active area for P&I business
  • India eyes thermal coal self-sufficiency in next three years
    But coking coal will still have to be imported
  • Pacific Basin looking to raise $150m from investors
    Operator plans to use cash to repay convertible bonds and for working capital
  • MOL to focus on Japanese market for non-cape bulk business
    Group's dry bulk head explains why Japanese giant has decided to shut Singapore subsidiary
  • Over the razor wire
    There are some things the industry should never sweep under the carpet or forget
  • Singapore braves the perfect storm
    As a small and open economy, Singapore is feeling the impact of the anxieties of the global slowdown
  • Bunker suppliers may seek cash up front after OW collapse, IBIA warns
    Contracts may be rewritten to amend jurisdiction after unfavourable US rulings, says Hall

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
APRIL 18, 2016
  • US demand for toys boosts shipments, Hasbro earnings
  • Another CP merger effort possible but would require a track of more tact
  • Shippers, congressmen urge US West Coast contract extension talks
  • Eastbound trans-Pacific spot rate decline reflects GRI erosion
  • Profits, volume rise at JB Hunt, despite revenue decline
  • New private port planned for Brazil's Paranagua
  • Drayage delays, gate closings plague India's top port again
  • With near-zero rates, container lines target breakbulk, project cargo
  • Cosco unexpectedly snubs Greece rail sale
  • Investigators try again to solve mysteries of El Faro sinking
  • Automation seen as way to manage container spot rate volatility
  • Container carriers ramp up scrapping as demand and rates wane

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TradeWindsweb site
APRIL 18, 2016
  • Search resumes for El Faro voyage data
    One agency in accident inquiry tries again for voyage data recorder.
  • Navios confirms sale of chemical tanker duo
    New York-listed Navios Acquisition logs capital gain with pair reportedly sold to Navig8.
  • Houston Ship Channel reopens after storms
    Pilots resume transits on major waterway for tankers and bulkers
  • Search resumes for El Faro data
    One agency in accident inquiry tries again for voyage data recorder.
  • Greek bulker suffers collision in Argentina
    Brief closure of Parana River after collision with sand carrier Iris leads to search for missing seafarer.
  • Pacific Basin hit in split day for shipping shares
    Hong Kong-listed operator sees stock price lose 19.4%; bulker owners rise in New York; Japan index slumps.
  • Poten tips tanker rates gap to close
    VLCC and suezmax earnings to move closer together after first quarter divide, brokerage says.
  • Carnival goes to the wire on Cuba cruises
    First voyage could be delayed if island does not authorise Cuban-born travellers to sail.
  • HHI sees first quarter orders tumble
    Seoul-listed shipbuilder records sharp downturn in first quarter shipbuilding business.
  • Zim launches new run to US from Asia
    Israeli line focuses on enhancements in Pacific trades.
  • Bahri sees bigger fleet drive up profit
    Saudi owner thanks growth for upturn in first quarter bottom line.
  • NCL scoops $500m loan for cruiseship
    Credit Agricole and SACE providing cash for new vessel being built at Fincantieri.
  • Teo: LNG fuel 'at the back of people's minds'
    Pacific International Lines boss says fight for survival a more important issue.
  • Aussies vie for Melbourne port deal
    Three funds have reportedly submitted bids for a 50-year lease at country's biggest terminal.
  • Gulf Nav buys out joint venture partner
    Shipowner taking full control of Gulf Stolt Ship Management.
  • Keppel reports weak first quarter
    Singaporean rig builder sees bottom and top line for the first three months fall by a third.
  • SCI behind sale of Great Eastern PSV
    State owner confirms deal to acquire supply ship from domestic rival.
  • India refuses further cabotage concessions
    Government standing firm on recent limited opening up of coastal trade, despite shipowner and ports opposition.
  • Petrobras deal for Oceangold tanker
    Brazilian major takes in MR on three-year time charter.
  • EMS-Fehn begins pipe shipments to Albania
    German group lining up 13 voyages to carry 130,000 tons of gas infrastructure.
  • Crew boat stuck on Mexican reef
    More powerful tug needed to refloat Marinsa's Palo de Tinte.
  • MOL pledges ferries for earthquake aid
    Japanese owner also donating $92,000 to relief efforts and launching internal fundraising drive.
  • India ready to pay Iran $6bn
    New Delhi's oil minister says his country is awaiting the creation of banking channel to transfer money to settle crude debts.
  • Affinity Shipping adds South American arm
    Brokerage takes foothold in Santiago with move for dry chartering operation.
  • Saving South Korean companies 'not easy'
    Government would inevitably take action to help struggling shipping firms but massive layoffs are a problem.
  • Doha decision positive for demand; stocks to stay stubborn
    Analysts see positives from OPEC meeting but rates and shares will stay disconnected.
  • Seafarer shot, four taken in tug attack
    Abu Sayyaf hits third tug in a month on the Malaysia and the Philippines border.
  • EAT backed over tanker expansion
    TA Securities says Petronas demand could see Malaysian owner's fleet grow faster than expected.
  • Rawabi Swiber seals Aramco AHTS deal
    Singapore/Saudi JV inks charters for two anchor-handler newbuildings.

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American Shipperweb site
APRIL 18, 2016
  • Maher Terminals prepares for ownership change
  • Search for El Faro's "black box" resumes today
  • Crowley receives 3rd new Jones Act product tanker
  • U.S. intellectual property seizures in 2015 up 25%
  • FMC needs formal complaint to examine detention and demurrage fees
  • Hutchison Port predicts more mega ships calling at Shenzhen hub

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
APRIL 18, 2016
  • Analysis: Doha failure hits OPEC credibility
    The stalemate, after nearly 12 hours of fruitless negotiations, sent crude prices sliding Monday.
  • Interest in LNG as bunker fuel wanes amid low oil price: Singapore Maritime panelists
    Shipowners concerned with staying afloat in a downturn.
  • KPI Bridge Oil International expands Denmark operations
    Offers MGO by barge at Esbjerg.
  • Japan's Feb bonded bunker fuel sales up 1.3% on month at 2.55 mil barrels
    And up 52.5% year on year.
  • Fujairah bunker fuel quality improves after Iran fuel oil flow resumes: market sources
    Sanctions on Iran lifted in January.

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