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Sched Netweb site
APRIL 21, 2016
  • New Ocean Alliance deal made with CMA CGM, Cosco, Evergreen and OOCL
  • Maersk hikes A-E rate May 1 US$550/TEU, then $1,050/TEU to WCSA
  • APL, PIL upsize vessels on Far East-Red Sea loop to 8,500 TEU
  • New York Shipping Association cuts per box rate from US$94 to $89
  • High level of ship demolition continues despite low scrap prices
  • Dual fuel engines allow 14,000-TEUer to rival 20,000-TEUer on economy
  • US port of Boston to dredge harbour channels, container terminals for mega ships
  • Hamburg cites Drewry to say it beats rivals for south German imports
  • IMO seeks 5 groups to host maritime hubs globally, to cut emissions
  • New Zealand up in arms over plans to house ex-cons in containers
  • NYK Line says no loading without VGM or 'risk insurance issues'
  • Amazon now mulls purchase Frankfurt-Hahn airport, says report
  • Saudia will soon add bellyhold capacity to Munich, Maldives and Ankara
  • Lawyers weigh in: When does one operate in a market 'in Australia'?
  • Canada's KF Cargo flies freighters from Miami to Bogata, Caracas, Lima

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Exim Indiaweb site
APRIL 20, 2016
  • A leading banker elaborates on maritime sector financing
  • AMTOI participates in Maritime India Summit 2016
  • CMA CGM, COSCO Container Lines, Evergreen Line & Orient Overseas Container Line to establish 'OCEAN Alliance'
  • ICS representing shipowner interests at critical IMO MEPC meeting
  • MANSA organises 15th Champions Trophy Cricket Tournament
  • Maritime India Summit 2016 attracts proposed investment of INR 35,000 cr. in Gujarat
  • Maritime sector to contribute 3-4 pc to GDP
  • Milaha wins feedering contract extension with Muntajat
  • Essar Ports handles record 6.25 mt cargo in March 2016
  • Maheshwari Handling Agency facilitates record discharge of coal at Kandla Port
  • Ministry aims at 2.5 times increase in award & construction of National Highways in 2016-17
  • Fieo seeks expeditious govt support to reverse declining trend in exports
  • Next batch of Export Import Workshop from May 21

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International Transport Journalweb site
APRIL 21, 2016
  • Work on South Africa's new coal line goes ahead
  • France: more roadside checks and hefty fines
  • Keep reefers cool with compressor exchange scheme
  • Can short-haul rail services speed up supply chain?
  • Garuda signs for 14 A330-900neos
  • Ontario's truckers appoint new president
  • NSR - who uses it - who wants to go?
  • Expanding portfolio for heavy trucks and trailers
  • Korean Air resumes Russian summer services
  • New route to Central France
  • Rieck sets up shop in China
  • Fab four form pact
  • Zoe's e-power cuts costs

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IHS Maritimeweb site
APRIL 20, 2016
  • Rio, BHP to cut iron ore shipments
  • Singapore addresses cyber risks in shipping
  • Braemar eyes dry bulk recovery in 2018
  • Criminalisation mitigation briefing for maritime rescuers published
  • Breakbulk and logistics drag down BLG profits
  • Shipping lines must settle restructuring quickly, says South Korean finance minister
  • Hamburg-Sud revenue soars on Chile acquisition, East/West debut
  • Mega-ships hurt supply chains, says global shipper
  • Hanjin moves to ease charterhire renegotiation fears
  • Korean shipbuilder SPP and Iran's IRISL in talks MR tanker talks
  • Ocean Alliance will enable carrier quartet to offer more than 40 loops, says CMA CGM
  • BW LPG in USD221 million newbuilding financing deal
  • Hong Kong issues container weighing guidelines
  • China Shipping Development profit surges
  • Bright spots remain despite new norm of heavily reduced demand, says Maersk Asia boss
  • Four top carriers to form new container alliance
  • Smart shipping for long-term value
  • European export groups want standard SOLAS box scheme

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The Loadstarweb site
APRIL 20, 2016
  • New challenges for mega groups as Ocean Alliance prepares for launch
  • Alibaba: 'Air cargo industry must step up its game to keep pace with e-commerce growth'
  • Good news for carriers at last: Asia-Europe freight rates will rise as retailers re-stock, says Maersk
  • Brussels launches air cargo community group, as airports lead the way in promoting freight
  • Relief for Indian cargo carriers in 'overcharging' case
  • California clothing manufacturers flee minimum wage hike

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Marine Logweb site
APRIL 20, 2016
  • Singapore controls high value fleet
  • Study: SECA a success story for Europe
  • Four container giants agree new alliance
  • Transocean delays deliveries of two drillships
  • JonRie introduces new Container Master winch series
  • Milaha takes delivery of Qatar's largest lift boat
  • DOF Subsea books contracts worth $61.4 million
  • FTA awards $59 million in passenger ferry grants
  • Shipbuilders Council announces safety award winners

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World Wide Shipperweb site
APRIL 20, 2016
  • Drewry report sees gains in box service reliability
  • Port of Olympia cancels annual chowder event
  • Crowley presents scholarships to three Texas A&M students
  • The Northwest Seaport Alliance releases March cargo numbers
  • Sailors' Society promotes Welch to deputy chief executive officer

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Lloyd's Listweb site
APRIL 20, 2016
  • Aronnax: On technology transfer and co-operation
    The IMO's proposals to create five maritime technology co-operation centres relies on host institutions wanting them
  • NITL and AgTC on opposite sides of box weights debate
    US shipper groups divided on pros and cons of new maritime safety rules
  • Weigh to go: DP World unveils VGM solutions for British terminals
    Terminal operator will install yard equipment with container weighing capabilities
  • Panamax index climbs to six-month high
    Strong North Atlantic market keeps rates buoyant but gains may be tapering off
  • Tanker Investments moves to own 21% of own shares
    But questions arise over when it will execute plan to sell its assets
  • Viking Supply Ships shuts Canada office
    Offshore crisis continues to bite, forcing closures and lay-ups, with Viking the latest victim
  • Colombo International Container Terminals seeks 10% volume growth in 2016
    Sri Lanka's CICT sets sight on relay cargo for growth
  • K+N maintains strong profits in 2016
    Freight forwarder reports 10.5% earnings increase for the first three months of this year and above-market growth in its ocean freight business
  • Demerger of Hyundai Glovis stake from Wilh. Wilhelmsen approved
    Board backs transfer of shares to a new entity that will be listed on the Oslo exchange
  • Hamburg Süd reports 17% jump in turnover
    Entry to east-west trades and Chilean acquisition boost German carrier
  • BW LPG lands $221m loan for newbuildings
    Funds will finance four of its VLGC vessels being built at Hyundai Heavy Industries
  • Hanjin Shipping to face conditional restructuring led by KDB
    Shipping line could encounter difficulties in renegotiating charter rates
  • Sweeping changes for box trades as Ocean Alliance unveiled
    Update: Container shipping's new order taking shape as four global carriers team up in landmark vessel-sharing partnership
  • Low freight rates challenge carriers' ability to survive
    Maersk's Robbert van Trooijen says industry trapped in vicious circle of slow growth and overcapacity
  • APL's Los Angeles facility to handle CMA CGM Benjamin Franklin
    French line tests out third southern California terminal ahead of regular Pacific deployment of 18,000 teu ships
  • Hajioannou optimistic about Safe Bulkers' prospects
    Loan amendments to save $40m over three-year period as company focuses on further cost cutting, chief executive tells Lloyd's List
  • New shipping alliance would contest 2M lead
    Alliance announcement expected today between China Cosco, CMA CGM, Evergreen Line and Orient Overseas Container Lines

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
APRIL 20, 2016
  • Knight Transportation: US truck capacity starting to shrink
  • ILA official at Virginia port resigns after audit finds wrongdoing
  • CP: Class I consolidation will happen and drive intermodal growth
  • Charleston container volume growth shifts to lower gear
  • Charleston pursues second inland port after Greer success
  • US Congress urged to seek container weight clarity to avoid port congestion
  • CMA CGM delays regular mega-ship deployments to West Coast
  • Maersk exec: Growth can be found if you know where to look
  • European shippers, ports, forwarders, terminals urge uniform SOLAS implementation
  • Government reforms pave way for India road works
  • Hamburg-Sud revenue up double digits in 2015
  • Rotterdam box traffic shrinks in first quarter
  • Mega-ships yet to deliver promised benefits to shippers
  • Container shipping's new Ocean Alliance is born
  • Hong Kong spells out container weighing requirements

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TradeWindsweb site
APRIL 20, 2016
  • Tankers add to profit at Kinder Morgan
    US terminals operator says fleet of Jones Act vessels 'contributed significantly' to growth.
  • Costamare posts strong first quarter profit
    Greek owner's results ahead of expectations on Wall Street.
  • Court upholds power to halt suits against P&I
    UK appellate judges unanimously decline to overturn order blocking Yusuf Cepnioglu charterer's lawsuit in Turkey.
  • Dutch ship central to Med mass rescue
    Van Weelde Shipping bulker understood to have helped save over 40 migrants after incident that killed hundreds.
  • Maran tie-up boosts Nakilat Q1 profit
    Owner of world's largest LNG fleet sees income rise thanks to joint venture.
  • Sources: No second capesize for Cheng
    Chatter linking Shinyo International to second acquisition off the mark.
  • DVB explains stance held by banks
    Executive discusses why more foreclosures have not taken place.
  • UBS: Volume is key for cruise move to China
    Even if pricing doesn't improve, this market is about adding berths, analyst says.
  • Odfjell shares pop after Pareto initiation
    Norwegian finance house says owner will end run of losses in 2016.
  • US West Coast LNG projects grind to halt
    Panama Canal opening and Pacific Basin surpluses weighed on projects.
  • China's CSSC yard group forms new cruise venture
    SWS, GSI and SDARI combining to develop domestic cruiseship sector.
  • HSH Nordbank sells out $567m bond
    German lender's over-subscribed issue snapped up within hours.
  • Viking Supply closes Canadian office
    Offshore support vessel owner shuts down single-man facility in St John's, Newfoundland.
  • Stricken Modern Express is unloaded
    First cargo taken off Cido car carrier that developed list in the Atlantic in January.
  • Anchor-handler rates jump again
    North Sea spot earnings now at highest level since December spike as tonnage tightens.
  • NABU: SECA is a 'European success'
    German institute finds that stricter sulphur regulation has improved air quality in the North and Baltic Seas.
  • Veteran US ferries get retrofitting cash
    Federal grant worth $6m will help reduce emissions from Cape May-Lewes ships.
  • Hamburg Sud hit by 16% rate fall in 2015
    But German container line pushes up annual revenue thanks to CCNI takeover.
  • Seacat clinches new deal with DONG Energy
    UK offshore vessel operator pens two-year contract for four ships to be deployed at Race Bank.
  • TIL spends $10m to buy back shares
    Oslo-listed tanker owner accelerates its stock repurchasing scheme and increases its total holding.
  • Dof Subsea snares $60m of contracts
    Norwegian owner secures use of the fleet with slew of new jobs all over the world.
  • Olympic wins work for laid-up AHTS
    Norwegian owner's Octopus coming out of cold storage for 12-month job in the North Sea.
  • Asian giants pen new alliance with CMA CGM
    CoscoCS, Evergreen Line and Orient Overseas Container Line team with French titan in "Ocean Alliance"
  • BW LPG locks in $221m newbuild loan
    VLGC market leader secures competitive financing as it takes in the last of its new ships from HHI.
  • First Steamship turns to red in 2015
    Taiwanese bulker owner hit by falling revenue and higher non-operating costs last year.
  • HHI lost $523m on delayed orders
    Scale of problems suffered by Korean yard in 2015 revealed.
  • Dae Sun targets coastal ferries in slump
    Korean shipbuilder diversifying to ride out the downturn.
  • Multiple failures led to engine room fire
    Australian accident report finds fault with ship's Halon and ventilation closing mechanisms.
  • Creditors: Hanjin must cut charter fees
    Lenders say restructuring process hinges on reduction in operating costs.
  • Mutiple failures lead to engine room fire
    Australian accident report finds fault with ship's Halon and ventilation closing mechanisms.
  • Hanjin Shipping exposure across the board
    Danaos Corp has largest exposure to any default at South Korean owner, says Deutsche Bank.
  • Transocean pushes back Sembcorp Marine rigs again
    US-listed drilling rig giant will now have delayed Jurong newbuildings by almost three years.

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American Shipperweb site
APRIL 20, 2016
  • Analyst calls reasons behind freight malaise a 'mosaic'
  • Trade associations band together on conference to promote air cargo
  • New York cargo assessment reduced
  • Panama Canal taking reservations for neopanamax ships
  • U.S., Mexican customs brokers sign partnership agreement

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
APRIL 20, 2016
  • US DATA: EIA says US fuel oil stocks rise on jump in production, imports
    The build ended two weeks of withdrawals.
  • Singapore court orders Gulf Petrochem to pay G-Fuel $2 mil for 380 CST cargo
    Dispute arose from Gulf's sleeving agreement with third party.
  • Callao, Peru high sulfur bunker fuel jumps to highest level since Feb 24
    Due to higher offers from suppliers.






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