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16 September 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 18:20 GMT+2




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Sched Netweb site
APRIL 20, 2016
  • Hutchison Port Holdings Trust profit up 94pc as revenues slip 7pc
  • Kuehne + Nagel profit up 10.4pc to US$175.5 million, but sales off 2pc
  • Hyundai Merchant Marine defaults triggering KIS downgrade to 'C'
  • Cosco Pacific grows March global volume 6.4pc to 7.85 million TEU
  • International Chamber of Shipping favours stringent IMO regulations
  • Hong Kong Marine Department announces VGMs will be in force July 1
  • Stifel data shows both last quarter air-sea freight fell 2.2pc
  • Mars better mapped than the world's oceans, placing mega ships at risk
  • Singapore Maritime Week goes on charm offensive to win new blood
  • First trains arrive at JAXPORT's new US$30 million rail terminal
  • US organic producers import feed, shunning GMO grain Midwest produces
  • CBE amends import regulations to allow banks to handle documents
  • Oceanic Technical Solutions combines overhaul with compressor exchange
  • Hong Kong first quarter air cargo down 3.5pc, but March volume up 1.1pc
  • Emirates SkyCargo expands to Phnom Penh with 80-ton capacity weekly
  • Push to automate pallet building prompts 3 firms to sign up

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Exim Indiaweb site
APRIL 19, 2016
  • Kerry Logistics raises stake in Indev Logistics, further strengthening capabilities in India
  • Lancer Container Lines listed on Bombay Stock Exchange
  • Maiden Maritime India Summit seen as first step to make country an economic superpower
  • PIL opens own office in Ludhiana
  • Sasool's 1,535-t reactor for US successfully delivered by Lift & Shift
  • Krishnapatnam Port & Maersk Line introduce new service connecting Salalah
  • SANY Group signs contract with JNPT for supply of ERTG cranes
  • CONCOR takes trade facilitation to a new level
  • Thermal coal imports to stop: Goyal
  • Kollam temple fire - Entertainment & disasters from fireworks

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International Transport Journalweb site
APRIL 20, 2016
  • New groupage service between Europe and China
  • 40 new wagons for hauling building materials
  • Terminal development in Yuzhny port secured
  • Time Matters same day to Portugal
  • Intermodal service recognized
  • Celadon in mourning for founder
  • Promising kick-off for Long Beach
  • Successful logistics forum in Eisenach
  • Trucks set to 'talk' to traffic lights
  • New cargo community at Brussels airport
  • Palletways inaugurates hub in Lyon
  • Financial wizard joins B&H
  • Today: M&M inaugurating new platform in Morocco
  • Seasoned expert takes on role of Transnet CEO
  • Swiss Worldcargo partners with va-Q-tec
  • Zim banking on USEC and Gulf

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IHS Maritimeweb site
APRIL 19, 2016
  • Public shipping governance ranked from best to worst
  • Oil prices will hit USD100 per barrel in 2020, says Rystad
  • Kuehne+Nagel back for market share
  • Bremer Landesbank struck by shipping losses
  • New breed of LNG carrier cuts teeth on US export trade
  • More bulkers torched as scrap prices stay firm
  • Otto Marine sued over alleged loan default
  • HPHT reports Q1 fall in revenue, profit and throughput
  • South Korea's mid-sized shipyards struggling
  • Australian terminal strikes continue, Patrick calls for a vote
  • Container spot rates fall as GRIs again fail to bite
  • Zhejiang Shipbuilding enters bankruptcy reorganisation
  • China's crude oil imports surge 13.4% y/y in 1Q16
  • ZIM enhances its Asia to US east coast and Gulf services
  • Now is the best time to invest in offshore technology, says Siem
  • MOL's new LNG ship management business gets under way

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The Loadstarweb site
APRIL 19, 2016
  • Grim outlook for liner shipping, as a continued weak market pushes carriers to the brink
  • Low fuel prices may seem a bonus for air cargo, but it forces carriers to reduce rates
  • Contract logistics the star performer as K+N reports above-market growth for first quarter
  • Analysis: can HHLA Hamburg remain a safe port in the Asia-Europe trade storm?
  • Toyota losses mount amid Japanese quakes as auto production is disrupted
  • Hutchison Port bets on more mega-ships calling at Shenzhen

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Marine Logweb site
APRIL 19, 2016
  • LPD 26 successfully completes acceptance trials
  • Seapower panel seeks $2 billion more for Navy shipbuilding
  • Walvis Bay repairer prepares for continued tough times
  • Carnival may delay first Fathom cruise to Cuba
  • Veka picks Van der Velden maneuvering systems
  • Panama Canal books first Neopanamax transit
  • OSHA clarifies maritime offshore reporting rules

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World Wide Shipperweb site
APRIL 19, 2016
  • Portland shipyard receives funding from Maritime Administration grant program
  • Panama Canal taking reservations for transit through expanded canal
  • New Mexico Customs officers nab man wanted in Washington State
  • Crowley Maritime takes delivery of third LNG-ready product tanker
  • ATA releases latest numbers for For-Hire Truck Tonnage Index

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Lloyd's Listweb site
APRIL 19, 2016
  • Improve LNG efficiency rather than panic over lack of new investment
    Industry should focus on utilising current export plants better, rather than worry about new projects
  • China Shipping Development expects $24m net profit for first quarter
    Chinese operator is awaiting Beijing and shareholder approvals to exercise asset restructuring
  • Buamim to lead GulfNav expansion
    Former Drydocks World chairman brought in to open doors for chemical tanker owner
  • Oregon LNG shuts as funding dries up
    Closure feeds into wider debate on funding problems for US LNG projects and negative impact on global fleet
  • Navios in the hot spot over an ill-executed loan
    Management is guilty for poor disclosure more than for breach of fiduciary duty
  • Petrobras terminates charter of blocked Havila PSV
    Vessel is heading back to Norway as its contract is cut short
  • Keppel Offshore & Marine first-quarter net profit declines
    Revenue for the quarter fell to $818m from around $1.9bn in the 2015 period
  • Rio Tinto iron ore shipments rise 11% year on year
    Miner keeps 2016 guidance unchanged, but has lowered its expectations for 2017
  • Bahri sees 54% increase in first-quarter net profit
    Earnings mainly lifted by tanker additions to the fleet
  • Panama opens gates to post-panamax reservations
    First commercial transit using new locks booked for day after opening

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
APRIL 19, 2016
  • Panama Canal threatens West Coast ports' regained market share
  • Four major container lines to announce new shipping alliance
  • After unusual February, ATA truck tonnage index declines
  • US truck, intermodal rates drop, volumes weak, Cass says
  • KCS reports profit despite another quarterly intermodal volume decline
  • Regional importers using NY-NJ port gain price break
  • Is Amazon trying to buy an airport?
  • US wants shippers, ports to share data to improve competitiveness
  • Kuehne + Nagel profit jumps on strong container traffic growth
  • Container lines can reserve neo-Panamax transits through expanded canal
  • Hutchison Port Holdings volume, earnings fall in first quarter
  • Northwest Seaport Alliance exports rise, but imports plummet

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TradeWindsweb site
APRIL 19, 2016
  • Banaszkiewicz takes second go at FFABA
    Critic of Baltic Exchange sales efforts will co-chair its paper trading group.
  • Hudson fights back against OW claim
    Illinois ship operator says it only bought fuel on condition that physical suppliers would by fully paid.
  • Offshore leads marine share price jump
    GulfMark, Tidewater and Teekay Offshore propelled higher; shipping stock indexes rally.
  • Tug owner ready to pay ransom
    Indonesian company says it will do what is best for 10 seafarers in captivity.
  • Milaha extends petrochemical deal
    Qatari shipowner extends alliance deal with Muntajat for the transportation of 150,000 teu.
  • Safe Bulkers redraws cape loan with Nordea
    Bulker owner ticks off another payment deferral after striking new terms with Nordic lender.
  • Statoil swoops for seven anchor-handlers
    Norwegian major reduces free tonnage list with spate of fixtures in North Sea.
  • CSDC expects Q1 profit to at least double
    World's biggest tanker owner benefiting from lower fuel and finance costs, as well as higher rates.
  • RMT says Brexit 'could save Scottish ferries'
    UK union says leaving EU will stop privatisation of operator CalMac.
  • NSB sending 2002 built ship for scrap
    German owned boxship one of youngest to be scrapped this year.
  • NYK secures first expanded Panama Canal slot
    Japanese shipowner's LPG carrier kicks off bookings for bigger waterway.
  • DeepOcean clinches three-year Ghana PSV charter
    Oil company Tullow takes Dina Star for IMR work off Africa.
  • Pan Ocean issues new shares as debt swap continues
    Restructured Korean bulker owner hands over stock worth $10m to creditors.
  • Buamim tasked with Gulf Nav overhaul
    Owner sets out expansion ambitions following arrival of new top executive.
  • MOL eyes LNGC expansion through Hong Kong unit
    Japanese owner outlines gas carrier plan as it kicks off operations of MOL LNG.
  • MarAd finances small shipyards
    US government provides financial grant of around $5m to domestic yards with less than 600 employees.
  • Lloyd Fonds doubles earnings as revenue rises
    German ship fund manager pushes up profit as turnover increases 14%.
  • Yildirim places US ports in $10bn plan
    Magnate seeking to raise cash for expansion drive.
  • Explosion on tanker kills seafarer
    Blast on Paraguay-flagged vessel claims one life and injures five more off Malaysia.
  • PIL tops list of Singaporean owners
    VesselsValue report shows company to have the Lion City's most valuable fleet.
  • Smaller loss for Ultrapetrol in 2015
    Offshore vessel and tanker owner narrows its annual deficit with restructuring still under discussion.
  • Writedowns take a toll on Grieg Star
    Chief executive says 2015 figures show difficult times facing the industry.
  • Aframax benchmark will have to wait
    Scerni plans to keep its final ships and fix them on time charter.
  • Hanjin in race to cut charter fees
    Creditors says restructuring process hinges on reduction in operating costs.
  • Gener8 issues first quarter guidance
    Investors told to expect $7.3m in interest expenses for quarter.
  • Aframax price benchmark will have to wait
    Scerni plans to keep its final ships and fix them on time charter.
  • Petrobras cans Havila PSV charter
    Norwegian owner loses last three months of Brazilian deal due to local tonnage.
  • Hyundai Mipo delays six car carriers
    Korean yard has agreed to push back PCTCs ordered by two owners last year.
  • Singapore sheriff puts Archimedes on the block
    Interested bidderss have until early May to submit bids for modern ex-Greek-owned kamsarmax.
  • Four more El Faro families settle claims
    TOTE Maritime agrees to pay another $2m over deaths on the ro-ro that sank off the Bahamas.
  • Long Beach makes promising start to 2016
    US port reports cargo volumes up 6% in first quarter on big gains in January and February.

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American Shipperweb site
APRIL 19, 2016
  • Droids not drones are the future of e-commerce deliveries
  • Kuehne + Nagel's profits grow in Q1 2016
  • Swiss WorldCargo partners with cold-chain specialist va-Q-tec
  • time:matters expands same-day services from Portugal
  • Korean steelmaker to build plant at Port of Indiana
  • ZIM to offer new string between Asia and U.S. East Coast
  • Panalpina expands LCL offerings
  • MarAd awards grants to small shipyards

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
APRIL 19, 2016
  • Japan bunker fuel market unaffected by Kumamoto earthquakes: trade
    No impact on bunker prices.
  • Qatargas and Shell sign second MOU to develop LNG as a marine fuel
    And convert UASC's existing vessels to use LNG.
  • Houston Ship Channel reopens; 21 inbound vessels in queue
    Flooding continued in the city, and another wave of heavy rain is possible Monday night.
  • Oil complex ends lower; recovers from Doha jitters with focus on rebalancing
    Kuwait's national oil company announced Sunday that a strike meant the country's output had fallen to just 1.1 million b/d.




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