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23 September 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 23:22 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
MARCH 24, 2016
  • Panama Canal draft restrictions now approved for ships
  • Hong Kong's Nicaragua canal building starts in August with loading dock
  • APM Terminals readies Lazaro Cardenas for TEC2 in Mexico
  • XPO signs its biggest European deal with UK frozen food giant Iceland
  • British freight forwarders seek swift end to Scottish dockers' strike
  • Low oil adds to Northern Sea Route woes, Russia shelves icebreaker plans
  • Kalmar to lay off 190 Swedes at forklift plant and hires anew in Poland
  • What others say: Hong Kong's declining port heralds a grim future
  • Brussels forwarders scramble after Islamic State bombing shuts airport
  • Strike by French air traffic controllers causes delays disruptions system wide
  • Amazon ready to buy 9.99pc of air cargo partner ATSG for US$69 million
  • British firm to boost security at Dhaka airport following UK cargo ban
  • Cargo Facts Asia 2016 meets April 19-20 to talk e-commerce in Hong Kong

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Exim Indiaweb site
MARCH 23, 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 24, 2016
  • Thrice weekly to Istanbul-Halkali
  • NR's orange army starts work in Thames Valley
  • ISS expanding in Mexico
  • New president for US foreign trade council
  • A320 in streets of Tarbes
  • First Green Cargo train en route in Norway
  • Swedish Club says "mind the gap"
  • Axis and Imperial form a partnership
  • Guarulhos to start cargo incentive program
  • Inauguration of maritime knowledge hub
  • Heavy machinery producers cut jobs
  • Facelift for BDP service portal
  • Industry stalwart purchasing for GAC
  • Fledgling haulage company already expanding fleet
  • Biggest ever Boeing widebody order from Spanish carrier
  • CMA CGM steps up West Africa business
  • Orange giant raises turnover in fiscal 2015

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IHS Maritimeweb site
MARCH 23, 2016
  • CMA 2016: Shipping guru calls for new industry model
  • CMA 2016: USCG looks to expose oil spill risks
  • South Korean seafarers' union appeals to government to support ship owners
  • Pan Ocean contract is third Vale COA in a week
  • Korean authorities view Polaris Shipping as stable
  • Ship arrests in Australia triple as OW Bunker collapse continues to make waves
  • Woodside shelves USD40 billion Browse FLNG project
  • Top Indian port rejects cabotage opportunity
  • Jakarta terminal penalty scheme set for revision as officials struggle to reduce dwell time
  • India's Jawaharlal Nehru Port gives the go ahead to USD300 million channel deepening plan
  • Seven Chinese ports deny entry of North Korean ships
  • Courage Marine extends deadline for acquisition
  • CMA CGM adds Djibouti, Ethiopia to expanding Africa network

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The Loadstarweb site
MARCH 23, 2016
  • 'Unprecedented' market conditions bite into Asia-EU air freight rates
  • Has Air France-KLM Cargo appointed a new chief?
  • ANALYSIS - Can CEVA's turnaround plan work in time to save it from debt deadline?
  • Supply chain disruption cost $56bn last year - and there's more risk to come
  • Container shipping consolidation "a route to survival" but not if customers are lost in the process
  • Rolls-Royce reveals vision of shore-based control centres for Unmanned Cargo Ships

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Marine Logweb site
MARCH 23, 2016
  • USCG issues warning on electrical deficiencies
  • Panama announces inauguration date of Canal Expansion
  • VIDEO: Future control center for unmanned ships
  • Crowley tests Cat Asset Intelligence solution
  • U.S., Cuba in agreement on navigational safety

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World Wide Shipperweb site
MARCH 23, 2016
  • Damage assessment finds fractures to hull of grounded cargo vessel
  • Green vehicle pilot program set for TNCs at Sea-Tac Airport
  • Alaska Airlines taps Shelby as corporate real estate director
  • Panama Canal Authority gives date for inauguration of expanded canal
  • ATA truck tonnage index hits new high mark during February

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MARCH 23, 2016
  • MR and LR rates show strength in pre-Easter booking
    Long-haul trades before holiday offer support to product tanker rates
  • Panamax bulker rates down on week, but recovering
    Renewed strength seen in ECSA trades ahead of Easter holiday
  • Pioneer Marine cancels five handysize newbuilding contracts
    Mutually agreed decision to free up to $30m in pre-delivery instalment payments
  • Laliotis emerges as buyer of two auctioned Turkish kamsarmaxes
    Allied Shipbroking says bulker prices now encouraging new 'scavenger' mentality
  • OSG withdraws share offering
    Withdrawal highlights difficulty of raising capital in today's shipping industry through IPOs and public debt transactions
  • CMA hears grim forecast for seaborne dry bulk demand
    Shift towards consumer-driven commodities and LNG as preferred energy source bad omen for dry cargo owners
  • BSM and Optimum team up for third-party passenger vessel management
    Schulte Group company re-enters passenger sector in league with Celestyal Cruises affiliate
  • Charter market slow off the mark
    Overcapacity and soft demand halts spring fixture frenzy
  • Hapag-Lloyd back in black with 2015 net profit of €114m
    Update: German container line now among the top performers, says chief executive Rolf Habben Jansen
  • US owner Tote confirms conversion of two vessels to run off LNG
    West coast Jones Act vessels need to have new dual-fuel engines installed rather than have gas conversion kits for existing engines
  • Stopford: Shipping is facing a fourth revolution and owners will not like it
    Leading analyst outlines upheaval that will emerge in shipping as modern technology is better utilised
  • Courage Marine extends deadline for acquisition of Chinese logistics firm
    Additional time needed to finalise terms of agreement
  • Precious Shipping offloads another handysize bulk carrier
    Vessel sold for $1.51m to company incorporated in Singapore
  • Pan Ocean secures 20-year iron ore shipping contract with Vale
    Company to transport around 32m tonnes of iron ore from Brazil to countries including China and Malaysia
  • China Ocean Industry Group scraps acquisition deal for stake in Jiangxi Gas
    Company decides to terminate acquisition agreements as market conditions in China have deteriorated
  • General Electric, HHI and Lloyd's Register launch project to develop new containership design
    Project aims to explore feasibility of creating gas turbine-driven ship designs for commercial cargo transportation
  • US and Cuba sign pact on maritime navigation safety
    Countries will collaborate in areas such as hydrography, oceanography, geodesy and related services of common interest
  • Australia's Woodside puts Browse floating LNG project on hold
    Decision comes amid sharp drop in LNG prices and massive oversupply

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MARCH 23, 2016
  • SOLAS slowly and unevenly takes shape worldwide
  • FMCSA says inspectors will order recalled Volvo trucks off roads
  • Oakland joins West Coast peers with strong February performance
  • Houston container volume inched up in February
  • VIDEO: Rolls-Royce unveils its vision for the future of shipping
  • Scandal forces Brazil terminal operator to consider sale of shares
  • Brussels airport still in lockdown - but cargo flights set to resume
  • ILA's Daggett fires back at Newark mayor over hiring
  • Hapag-Lloyd posts first net profit since 2010
  • India's Shreyas Shipping expands fleet
  • Tanjung Priok reworks dwell time reduction effort after shipper complaints
  • Southeast Asia growth takes edge off slowing China, Kerry Logistics says
  • Djibouti calls boost CMA CGM's growing Africa coverage

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TradeWindsweb site
MARCH 23, 2016
  • Pangaea Logistics trims quarterly loss
    US bulker operator ends year on positive note, with an annual profit as operating margins improved.
  • Lords take a look at Res Cogitans appeal
    Top UK legal minds review will be closely watched by shipowners facing double jeopardy in OW Bunker case.
  • Panama sets startup date for wider canal
    Inauguration scheduled for 26 June as expansion project reaches 97% completion.
  • Paddy Rodgers: A bull in the tanker shop
    Euronav chief executive rejects analyst predictions of a downward trend in VLCC rates.
  • Lolli-Ghetti and funds join Bugbee in buying
    Three more investors reveal increased interest in the New York-listed Scorpio Bulkers.
  • Pioneer cancels five, talks opportunities
    Chief executive Pankaj Khanna says deal clears runway for years and creates new firepower.
  • Bay Ferries sources ship for US-Canada run
    Sources says operator will bring in government-owned fast ferry Puerto Rico.
  • Hapag in the black after four years
    German boxship owner claims it has returned among top performers with $127.5m profit in 2015.
  • Chateauvieux: no plan to delist Bourbon
    French offshore group's chairman responds to report that he is considering making offer for rest of company.
  • Punctured cargoship refloated off Norway
    Selvaagslund heading to Floro for further damage assessments.
  • Multiple fractures suffered by bulker
    Significant damage reported to Japanese vessel that hit submerged object in Columbia River.
  • Frontline CEO Macleod mops up stock
    Robert Hvide Macleod spends $162,000 on shares in John Fredriksen-backed owner.
  • Pertamina cargoship sinks off Indonesia
    Cargoship goes down on Tagulandang island after running aground on reef.
  • Lolli-Ghetti and GRM join Bugbee in buying
    Two more investors reveal increased interest in the New York-listed Scorpio Bulkers.
  • ER Offshore wins term deal for PSV
    ER Georgina to work on up to three wells for UK's Zennor Petroleum.
  • OSG deletes IPO filing after finding alternate route
    US owner formally brings down the curtain on initial public offering.
  • Eagle Bulk given another week
    US-listed bulker owner misses deadline to finalise debt restructuring.
  • Farstad sends AHTS to Australia
    Norwegian owner moving vessel from Singapore for Woodside on 17-month deal.
  • Petrobras stretches Seadrill drillship contract
    Brazilian oil major will keep Norwegian company's vessel under its umbrella until late 2019.
  • Official: Panama Canal ready in June or July
    Problems surrounding the project now resolved but Seaspan boss doesn't see east US ports benefitting from it.
  • Man stabbed on ship at Marsa yard
    Libyan suffers serious neck injuries in argument on vessel at Maltese shipyard.
  • 'Significant' water ingress in grounding
    Pumps working furiously to keep general cargoship afloat off Norway.
  • Bugbee buys up Scorpio Bulkers stock
    President dips into his own pocket to snap up stock in dry cargo specialist.
  • Ezra seeks to loosen bond covenants
    It wants to make amendments to trust deed to increase operational and financial flexibility.
  • Browse postponement could impact FLNG technology
    Decision suggests costs are not low enough to compete with conventional LNG developments.
  • Woodside Petroleum postpones Browse LNG project
    Current economic and market environment prompts backers to halt floating LNG development.
  • Ezra seeks to loosen bond convenants
    It wants to make amendments to trust deed to increase operational and financial flexibility.
  • Banks' wariness could get even worse
    Alternative lenders say bank lending will be harder to come by in coming years.

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American Shipperweb site
MARCH 23, 2016
  • NEWS FLASH: Expanded Panama Canal to officially open June 26

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MARCH 23, 2016
  • EIA says US fuel oil stocks up on large USGC build
    Stocks for the week totaled 45.977 million barrels, a build of 703,000 barrels from the previous week.
  • Singapore bunker fuel supplier Equatorial to offer low sulfur MGO in April
    Demand for low sulfur MGO is expected grow globally as ports implement emission control areas.
  • Panama Canal sets draft restrictions from April 18 due to drought
    In shipping advisory on Monday, the authority set the maximum allowable draft to 11.89 meters (39 feet).
  • US fuel oil prices highest since December despite lukewarm fundamentals
    USAC 1%S fuel oil has weakened to crude since December, as winter fuel oil demand for power generation has evaporated with warmer weather in the USAC.
  • Marine diesel sales in Panama triple in 2015 on ECA regulations
    The AMP also reported that total sales of fuel oil and marine diesel in Panama rose 16% to 3.7 million mt in 2015.

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