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Sched Netweb site
MARCH 23, 2016
  • CMA CGM, Evergreen to offer Japan-USWC loop with APL taking slots
  • Savannah volume up 8.1pc to 307,035 TEU in February beating expectations
  • Verified Gross Mass rule to increase costs of LA-Shanghai box 14pc
  • INTTRA helps create verified gross mass number to get boxes aboard
  • Dutch port authorities to appeal against European Commission tax demand
  • Hamburg Sud North America will call at Port of Oakland Outer Harbour
  • Gothenburg to expand port with new 220,000-square metre terminal
  • SSA Marine's terminal in Seattle welcomes first 18,000-TEU ship
  • Russia's NCSP Group cargo increases 2.3pc to 23.8 million tonnes
  • CMA CGM launches WEMED service dedicated to intra-Mediterranean trades
  • MSC to add Port of Hazira to Middle East-India / South Africa loop
  • Oz regulators win appeal against Air NZ, Garuda in price-fixing case
  • Cargo dirigibles can access remote areas, rival fixed-wing freighters
  • Heathrow to set up WebPortal to get trucks off road and cut emissions
  • Assembly of first Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner gets underway

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Exim Indiaweb site
MARCH 22, 2016
  • IRISL & CMA CGM in cooperation agreement
  • Ministry of Shipping, Invest India & DP World announce 'DP World Prize - Make in India' contest for start-ups in maritime & associated sectors
  • New report shines light on vessel claims
  • Rationale behind Dangerous Goods Packing Instructions
  • SARJAK wins 'NVOCC OF THE YEAR (EXIM - SPECIAL EQUIPMENT - PROJECTS)' award at Northern India Multimodal Logistics Awards 2016 in New Delhi
  • Bulk drug exports seen looking up
  • APM Terminals Pipavav welcomes first double-stack train from new Kathuwas Multi Modal Logistics Park
  • New Mangalore Port handles new cargo
  • Global transport leaders sign historic declaration at Buckingham Palace on shutting down illegal wildlife trafficking routes
  • New ICD in Butibori commences operations
  • Pulses imports slightly up this fiscal
  • Safeguard duties on some steel imports recommended till 2018

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International Transport Journalweb site
MARCH 23, 2016
  • Level pegging
  • GWR enhancing freight services in Colorado
  • More railfreight in Poland
  • Lower Saxony ports welcome new transport plan
  • Hoyer supplying more than 200 service stations
  • Pact with Progress to cut expenditure
  • Two appointments to reinforce XPO board
  • MOL offering free transport to Sapesi-Japan again
  • Direct mail connection between USA and Cuba
  • Scrum - new to many forwarders
  • Fleet aims to drive 1.6 billion km with alternative fuel
  • Raya Airways receives biggest freighter to date
  • Royal Brunei Airlines names new no. 1
  • Asciano and Qube make peace not war
  • GDP compliance made easy

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IHS Maritimeweb site
MARCH 22, 2016
  • CMES signs 27-year deal with Vale
  • Top China ports see February throughput fall, volumes at Hong Kong and Shenzhen drop in double-digits
  • Songa Offshore counter-claims against shipbuilder DSME
  • Panama Canal to restrict draught as drought lowers water levels
  • Daiichi Chuo Kisen Kaisha submits rehabilitation plan
    Japanese bulker operator Daiichi Chuo Kisen Kaisha has submitted its rehabilitation plan to the Tokyo District Court. Since 9 March, when the company announced it had secured investments from the local shipping community, Daiichi Chuo said it has secured additional funding and could...
  • KDB and four other South Korean policy banks to establish ULCS fund
    The Korea Development Bank and four other South Korean policy lenders plan to establish a USD1.2 billion fund to assist struggling South Korean shipowners to acquire ultra-large container ships (ULCS). The quintet - KDB, its subsidiary KDB Capital Corporation, Export-Import Bank of Korea (KEXIM),...
  • Asia's largest crude oil terminal officially completed in Ningbo, China
    Asia's largest crude oil terminal in Ningbo, China, with an annual capacity of 18 million tonnes of crude oil, has passed its official completion review. Located in Daxie port area of Ningbo-Zhoushan port, the berth is 490 m...
  • POSH sues Makamin Offshore over late payment
    Singapore-listed offshore services provider PACC Offshore Services Holdings (POSH) has sued Saudi Arabia's Makamin Offshore over late payment of USD6.6 million for the charter of three offshore supply vessels (OSVs). The legal action was initiated by POSH wholly owned subsidiary POSH Semco for...
  • Some relief for bulkers after dry January for orders
    Dry bulk vessels made up the largest share of ships delivered into service in January. While this is bad news for a struggling sector plagued by overcapacity, IHS Maritime and Trade data shows scrapping for dry bulk vessels has been high and new orders of bulk vessels have been all...
  • Executives cite bottom, analysts cite bottom duration
    It was déjà vu at the Capital Link conference in New York on 21 March as executives argued that dry bulk is now so depressed that there is nowhere to go but up - the same argument...
  • Australian food exports to China could top ore and coal, bank study finds
    Fruit, food, meat, and grain could replace iron ore and coal as Australia's main exports to China within the next two decades as food shipments grow exponentially while demand for bulk commodities drops off, according to...

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The Loadstarweb site
MARCH 22, 2016
  • Amazon seeks court injunction to stop former supply chain executive Arthur Valdez from joining Target
  • 'Give us more and you'll get more', say forwarders in response to shippers' call for better air freight
  • Hanjin looks to faster transits and niche services to boost its bottom line
  • Amazon poised to acquire 9.99% of air cargo partner ATSG
  • DB Schenker to list in 2018 as struggling parent Deutsche Bahn eyes cash proceeds
  • Maersk predicts gloomy 2016 container trade prospects for South Africa
  • Liner shipping - a tragedy of the commons?
  • Lloyd's List's Tom Leander has passed away

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Marine Logweb site
MARCH 22, 2016
  • Shipping losses decline slightly
  • Flame retardant insulant cuts risk of LPG tanker yard fires

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World Wide Shipperweb site
MARCH 22, 2016
  • Panama Canal Authority eyes new draft restrictions
  • General Dynamics NASSCO receives new Navy contract
  • AAPA plans celebration of Western Hemisphere ports
  • Diana Shipping sees decrease in purchase price of vessels
  • Inchcape Shipping Services opening Veracruz, Mexico office

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MARCH 22, 2016
  • Minoan results surge after cost reductions
    Grimaldi's Greek affiliate confirms Hellenic Seaways stake has grown to over 44%
  • Pre-Easter push sends supramax rates to year-to-date highs
    Owners still have upper hand as ECSA trades lead rally
  • Diana Shipping scores 100% finance for panamax duo
    Third of panamax trio being acquired from chief executive's family remains subject to lending
  • Highstar seeks new outside investors for Ports America
    Capital infusion would help stevedore and terminal operator expand in the US, where ports are in urgent need of equipment and infrastructure upgrades
  • Suezmax and aframax rates choppy as March rally slows
    Market participants adjust to spring refinery maintenance and easing supply disruption
  • Ocean carriers lay down law on VGM
    AgTC hits back at 'inflexible' options
  • Topaz results marred by impairments and restructuring costs
    Weak Middle East and Africa performances drag down stronger core operations in the Caspian region
  • Kanfer Shipping and Swedegas hatch plan for LNG mini-hub
    Kanfer is conducting a preliminary study on the LNG project
  • DFDS opens new Dunkirk terminal
    Ship loading times cut for ro-ro services across the English Channel
  • China Ocean Shipbuilding Industry Group changes name and establishes joint venture
    Joint venture to provide energy-related services in Jiangxi province
  • Chang son exits Evergreen board
    New director replaces late founder Chang Yung-fa at Evergreen Marine
  • Carnival to start US-Cuba cruises
    Group has secured berthing approval to initially call at Havana, Cienfuegos and Santiago de Cuba
  • PACC Offshore takes legal action against Makamin Offshore
    POSH looking to recover approximately $6.6m from Makamin

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MARCH 22, 2016
  • Container traffic at Kobe, Japan, hits 21-year high
  • Uncertainty surrounds strike at Brazil's leading port of Santos
  • New Orleans eyes shipyard site for breakbulk terminal
  • US truck tonnage shoots up 7.2 percent as winter fades
  • Brussels at standstill after terror attacks
  • US group wins bid for deep-sea port in Georgia
  • DHL to invest in automated Paris airport sorting center
  • APMT Pipavav adds Concor double-stack train service
  • India's JNPT extends rail incentive program to ease congestion
  • Deutsche Bahn blames freight for first loss in 12 years
  • China port volumes sluggish amid poor trade, manufacturing data
  • Panama Canal to set draft restrictions

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TradeWindsweb site
MARCH 22, 2016
  • Banks' wariness of could get even worse
    Alternative lenders say bank lending will be harder to come by in coming years.
  • Seaborne ethane to Brazil to begin in 2017
    Chemical firm announces deal to import US-sourced ethane
  • Banks growing more wary of ship finance
    Alternative lenders say bank lending will be harder to come by in coming years.
  • Official gives glimpse of maritime strategy
    Deputy maritime administrator reveals goals of long-awaited effort but full details still caught up in bureaucratic review.
  • Seaborne ethane to Brazil begins 2017
    Chemical firm announces deal to import US-sourced ethane
  • Franklin back again for Clarksons shares
    Investor mopped up more stock in the giant shipbroker as ex-Platou investors sold down.
  • Goodgal plays grim reaper at CMA
    Bearish finance man makes analyst's forecast of sub-$10,000 day rates into 2018 look like rosy assessment of dry bulk's future.
  • UK stretches P&O research ship deal
    Environmental science agency adds another two years to contract for Cefas Endeavour.
  • TUI signs fifth casino deal with Century
    A newbuilding owned by the company's UK brand Thomson Cruises will feature a casino onboard.
  • DHT chief executives net bigger bonuses after profit spike
    Payments to co-chief execs rises as owner reaps rewards of previous expansion moves.
  • End-of-term problem for PSVs
    Broker Westshore says no light at end of tunnel for supply ships, with more layups likely as units come off charters.
  • Benchmarking not right for tanker owners
    Denis Petropoulos tells the CMA conference that companies need to gauge suppliers instead of peers.
  • Diana funds two of three panamaxes
    Simeon Palios-led owner nets loan from ABN Amro for two bulkers bought from chief executive's daughters.
  • Japanese bulker 'hits object' in US
    Damage to Santoku Senpaku ship to be assessed after incident in Columbia River.
  • Belgian ports operate as normal after attacks
    Maritime trade unaffected following deadly blasts in Brussels but port controls intensify.
  • UBS cuts Dorian amid revised rates view
    Analyst also lowers target price and redraws asset value guidance.
  • Topaz's 2015 profit plunges 63%
    Offshore support vessel owner reports lower earnings due to weaker demand in certain areas.
  • Minister: HMM, Hanjin must stay separate
    Kim Young-suk reiterates case for not merging Korea's big two shipowners.
  • Cargoship lists after grounding
    Crew stops leak as Berge Rederi vessel breached in the bow off Sumarsoyna.
  • Scorpio and private equity lead US sales
    New York-listed companies and Oaktree prominent as US asset sales outweigh second hand spending, report says.
  • Viking Supply tries for bond standstill
    Meeting convened with investors to buy owner more time to restructure in offshore downturn.
  • Precious continues fleet renewal
    Thai shipowner offloads 1995-built handysize bulker, its third such sale in the last four months.
  • Yantar Shipyard wins research ship order
    Russian plant to build state vessel for delivery in 2019.
  • MPC Capital sells out $14m share issue
    German boxship asset manager places new stock to finance growth.
  • Cuba clears debut Carnival cruise
    Giant owner wins approval to run its Adonia to Caribbean island from 1 May.
  • Gothenburg to expand crude storage capabilities
    Strategic location between the Baltic Sea and the North Sea said to be generating demand.
  • Tanker opportunities in the capital dearth
    Heidmar's Ognibene says lack of capital could put pressure on time-charter rates for newbuilding. Stevensen spots 'fantastic money' in S&P.
  • Wilson Sons ends 2015 in the black despite tough markets
    Brazilian port and maritime logistics company helped by robust performance at towage arm.
  • Tanker chiefs see ongoing strength in crude market
    Low prices have been the best thing to happen to tankers, panel says.

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American Shipperweb site
MARCH 22, 2016
  • UPS: Some ocean carriers concluding negotiations early this year
  • CKYHE Alliance to launch new transpacific loop
  • Inchcape opens office in Veracruz
  • St. Lawrence Seaway commences 2016 shipping season
  • Miami man pleads guilty to defrauding U.S. Ex-Im Bank
  • CEVA strengthens partnership with Ford
  • UPS Next Day Air Early service adds 12,680 zip codes
  • FedEx rebrands global e-commerce solutions as FedEx CrossBorder
  • Drought in Panama impacts canal operations
  • AgTC 'puzzled' by OCEMA VGM submission recommendations
  • Ocean carrier group proposes best practices for VGM submission
  • Stevedores strike at Santos port
  • UP boosts train speed on Las Vegas-area rail line
  • MacroPoint vows to fight on in patent dispute
  • Commentary: T-minus 100 days until VGM

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MARCH 22, 2016
  • RUSSIA DATA: Feb fuel oil exports fall 44.6% on year to 2.733 mil mt
    The trend is expected to reverse in March as netbacks and domestic prices started climbing, denting the attractiveness of fuel oil over gas.
  • Disruption to bunkering operations at Novorossiisk continues
    But bad weather set to end at weekend.
  • Chennai gets permission to sell bunker fuel to outer anchorage vessels
    Move seen to boost Chennai's competitiveness.
  • US Gulf Coast MGO bunker prices rise to highest in over two months
    But market still over-supplied and demand low.






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