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Sched Netweb site
APRIL 29, 2016
  • CMA CGM levies US$200/TEU Asia-Red Sea rate hike May 5
  • CMA CGM charges US$50/TEU for overweight boxes over 18 tons
  • 'K' Line plunges into US$457 million net loss as revenues shrink 8.1pc
  • NYK profit falls 61pc to US$168.4 million as revenue falls 5.4pc
  • Cosco Pacific profit rises 31pc on box stake sale while revenues slip 2.2pc
  • China's FTZs in Tianjin, Fujian, Guangdong, Shanghai pilot reforms
  • Idle containership fleet shrinks 2.1pc with panamaxes having worst of it
  • India retaliates: Starts 177 dumping probes after China slows India exports
  • Hamburg Sud's container volumes in 2015 up 21.5pc to 4.1 million TEU
  • CMA CGM at the heart of Huang Yong Ping's Monumenta 2016 show in Paris
  • Long Beach CEO sees near-shoring in Mexico next big economic trend
  • HAFFA's AGM marks start of the second year for executive committee
  • CMA CGM develops Aquaviva, a new container to transport live lobsters
  • Davies Turner to double capacity of Scottish hub at Cumbernauld
  • SF Airlines takes delivery of latest converted freighter
  • UPS pilots make common cause with striking Cologne groundhandlers
  • Groundhandler dnata hits million ton mark at Dubai World Central
  • Bengaluru airport holds skills training session for cargo handling staff

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Exim Indiaweb site
APRIL 28, 2016
  • Allcargo Logistics hosts 'Acing Africa with Allcargo' in Delhi
  • Baltic Dry Index at a new recent high
  • Bureau Veritas slashes design review times with digital 3D model
  • CMA CGM Group develops AQUAVIVA, a new generation of containers to transport live lobsters
  • National Waterway-1 being enhanced to ferry more cargo & passengers
  • Steel imports up in 2015-16
  • DP World reports 3.7 pc gross volume growth in Q1 2016
  • Essar Ports' Hazira Terminal to handle 15 mt of third-party cargo
  • JNPT & APEC ink MoU at Maritime India Summit 2016
  • Kolkata Port looks at handling vehicles, starting Bangladesh operations
  • MICT introduces next-generation terminal operating system for ease of doing business
  • CMTL & DLI ink MoU to launch rail service between Chennai Port & CMTL-Thimmapur in Hyderabad

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International Transport Journalweb site
APRIL 29, 2016
  • Growing - together with partners
  • «Everything is in motion»
  • New facility to cater for "click and brick" customers
  • Automation to improve efficiency
  • Csafe welcomes new US northeast sales director
  • US MRO takes part in Saab 340B cargo modification program
  • Enhanced logistics control centre in Singapore
  • VHSp elects steering committee
  • Migration crisis: call for more secure parking areas
  • AF KLM Cargo flies Ivorian mango for Spanish forwarder
  • Dual-fuelled "Lindanger" down the slipway
  • Sixth BLG Interrijn ro-ro barge named in Duisburg
  • K Line adjusts medium-term management plan
  • Less freight for JAL in fiscal 2015
  • Made a million times over
  • Swiss says good-bye to Urs Stulz
  • Record Q1 result for US integrator
  • Internal and external experts to direct K Line

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IHS Maritimeweb site
APRIL 28, 2016
  • Kirby hit by weak demand in US coastal trades
  • Antwerp and ENGIE to build Belgium's first LNG-CNG energy hub
  • Seadrill exits Sapura Kencana in USD195 million share sale
  • Two major Scandinavian banks warn of offshore impairment rise
  • Shell terminates three FLNG contracts at Samsung HI
  • DP World throughput expands 3.7%
  • Singapore's MPA revokes two bunker licences after investigation
  • NYK, the only profitable among Japan's Big Three
  • Korea EXIM to examine ship orders before granting refund guarantees
  • Hanjin and HMM discuss alliance reshuffling
  • Rig supply and demand imbalance widens in southeast Asia
  • Korean carriers heading for state control under restructuring plans
  • Vessel equipment 'at risk' if ISO fuel standard revisions passed
  • COSCO Shipyard delivers China's largest livestock carrier
  • Hermawan Herman, Executive Director of Finance of Samudera Shipping
  • Incheon expands throughput as new Vietnam service launched

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The Loadstarweb site
APRIL 28, 2016
  • As summer approaches, ports and governments prepare for a 'new season' of illegal immigration
  • Is Maersk ready to reinvent itself?
  • Could an e-commerce boom and 'the Amazon effect' be the saving of smaller cargo airports?
  • Union warns of danger to bigger boxships carriers plan to send into new Panama Canal locks
  • CH Robinson plans 'aggressive' expansion into Europe and Asia to help grow global forwarding business
  • Fewer pirate attacks on ships, but violence and kidnapping on the increase, says IDB
  • Etihad announces 41% rise in net profit, but is quiet on cargo revenue
  • Flights resume at Manta as Quiport builds emergency terminal after Ecuador earthquake

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Marine Logweb site
APRIL 28, 2016
  • VIDEO: Stanford develops humanoid diving robot
  • ExxonMObil's five top tips for fuel switching
  • Langh to supply scrubbers for two cruise newbuilds
  • VIDEO: Study questions Panama Canal maneuvering safety
  • VIDEO: Ulstein launches first offshore wind service vessel
  • Recovering El Faro VDR requires new mission
  • Harley Marine orders two ATB tank barges from Gunderson

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World Wide Shipperweb site
APRIL 28, 2016
  • CKYHE Alliance member lines announce several service changes
  • Two lactation rooms now open at Portland International Airport
  • Three listening sessions scheduled for transport industry sleep apnea concerns
  • Service updates scheduled by G6 Alliance member carriers
  • Alaska Air Group delivers record first quarter numbers

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Lloyd's Listweb site
APRIL 28, 2016
  • Forth Ports to offer container weighing
    Tilbury and Grangemouth to offer VGM service for shippers
  • GasLog Partners secures cash flow visibility through 2020
    Parent company to support 10%-15% annualised growth in cash distributions
  • El Faro data recorder to remain on wreck for several months
    New mission to retrieve VDR requires specialist deepwater salvage equipment
  • Results round-up
    Japan's big three share their woes while offshore gloom continues and a tanker giant tries to change
  • Subsea 7 lays up two ships and maintains profit
    Delays in client investment decisions bring uncertainty to new contract timings
  • Small is 'beautiful'
    While the charter market remains depressed on the whole, owners are making the most of a surge in Mediterranean feeder activity
  • DP World's volumes up 3.7% in the first quarter
    But domestic fall as UAE operator switches focus to higher margin cargo
  • VLGC rates bounce as market hopes for rebound
    Owners hope for seasonal up-pick in demand
  • UASC aims to speed up freight rate notices to customers
    Middle East line deploys CargoSphere cloud-based technology
  • V.Group gets Brazil oil recovery ship management boost
    Shipmanager to provide 90 crew for oil spill recovery vessels
  • Data collection progress unlikely to blunt EU MRV regulation
    Industry faces possible duplication of monitoring systems in Europe
  • Charleston sets $25 fee for weighing shipping containers
    South Carolina port aims to be the first in the US to provide VGM weighing service
  • Scorpio Tankers to focus on debt deleveraging
    Company aims to reduce net debt to capitalisation ratio to under 50%
  • ITF raises safety concerns over Panama Canal expansion
    Simulator study finds new locks are too small for safe operation
  • NYK reports 62% decline in profits
    Group hopes to see improvements in liquefied natural gas and offshore segments
  • K Line predicts smaller loss and unveils a fresh medium-term plan
    Japanese carrier to consider initiatives for stability and competitiveness as top priority, while strategically investing for growth
  • MOL posts $1.5bn losses for 2015 fiscal year
    Container shipping losses widened while dry bulk business deteriorated significantly
  • West Africa blip on global piracy downturn
    Nigeria and Ivory Coast account for two of the three hijackings in first quarter
  • Peristent offshore weakness hits Sembcorp profit
    Customers' rig delivery deferrals weighed on revenue
  • Samudera Shipping reports 53% fall in first-quarter net profit
    Fierce competition in industry will keep freight rates depressed

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
APRIL 28, 2016
  • NY-NJ port volume decline latest sign of reduced import demand
  • Brazil political crisis claims port minister
  • Ukraine seeks to lower costs of trans-Caspian rail route
  • India works to clear up container weighing rule confusion
  • No VGM, no admittance at Port of Houston
  • Japan's 'Big Three' container lines suffer
  • Non-Russian trucking companies face steep border fees
  • Global regulators to zero in on Ocean Alliance market share
  • Charleston tacks away from other US ports in container weighing
  • Global piracy attacks decline, but new hot spots flare
  • Slowing volumes hit India logistics provider's profit
  • Profits at top Japan airlines mask cargo weakness
  • CMA CGM takes aim at air cargo market with new lobster container
  • DP World defies market in first quarter
  • Inventories remain full, depressing US freight demand
  • Regional trade fuels traffic rise at Incheon port
  • Cash-strapped carriers bank on Korea's biggest new shipowner

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TradeWindsweb site
APRIL 28, 2016
  • Exmar's first-quarter profit holds steady
    Nicolas Saverys-led company sees impact in medium gas carrier market.
  • Harley Marine orders two barges
    Harley Franco-led diversified services firm is growing fleet this year.
  • Kirby reports Q1 profit drop of 24%
    US-based owner of inland and coastal tank barges sees weak, but stable market.
  • Half of VLGCs head from US Gulf to Asia
    US energy logistics firm also sees potential for ethylene export terminal
  • Geden Lines fixes handy chemical quartet
    Trafigura reportedly hires Malta-flagged ships for three months at $10,250 per day.
  • United Nations blacklists Elektrans tanker
    Security council agrees to Libyan ambassador's request in row over crude cargo.
  • Piracy off West Africa gets worse
    A report from IMB suggests 44 seafarers have been kidnapped in the Gulf of Guinea so far this year.
  • Global Ship Lease notches Q1 profit
    Ian Webber-led company sees revenue gain in wake of last year's OOCL deals
  • Precious axes three more ultramaxes
    Thai owner tears up Taizhou Sanfu bulker contracts and wins discounts on remaining five ships.
  • Mitsui Engineering makes less
    Japanese shipbuilder beats its own forecast for the 12 months to 31 March, but reports weaker result.
  • LNG momentum keeps GasLog payout stable
    New York-listed partnership starts 2016 with a bigger net profit in line with the company's forecast.
  • Iino sees earnings slip in year to 31 March
    But Japanese tanker and bulker owner more hopeful for current year.
  • Meiji forecast chopped by a fraction
    Diversified Japanese owner expects slightly lower full year revenue and net income.
  • Namura nearly doubles profit forecast
    Japanese shipbuilder raises its expectations for full year after securing a VLCC slot last month.
  • Yusuf Cepnioglu battle
    Read the latest news and the backstory of this containership grounding and wreck removal.
  • CSDC delivers on forecast to double profit
    Chinese state tanker owner pushes up earnings in the first quarter as revenue edged up.
  • Sinokor places products pair up for sale
    Major Korean owner looking to offload tanker brace following conclusion of time charters.
  • Shell cancels huge $4.6bn FLNG order at Samsung
    Three floating units due by 2023 axed due to worsening market conditions, shipyard says.
  • BBC teams with Peters & May on yacht transport
    German owner offers deck space on its 150 ships to UK logistics group.
  • ITF raises concerns over Panama locks
    Safety study highlights potential dangers of transit in the expanded canal, but canal chiefs reject findings.
  • NS United hit by bulker slump
    Japanese owner sees annual earnings chopped in half as revenue falls.
  • Hyundai Heavy to carry out white-collar cull
    Newly profitable yard to chop a quarter of its executives, with the rest taking a 50% pay cut.
  • ADSB makes more in 2015
    Abu Dhabi shiprepairer working on new floating dock as profit rises.
  • Subsea 7 stacks seven as profit dips
    Oslo-listed offshore operator's cost-cutting keeps earnings drop to minimum.
  • Impairments push K Line to JPY 51.5bn loss
    Write downs related to fourth quarter restructuring takes its toll at the smallest of Japan's big three.
  • Loan impairments double to $144m at DNB Bank
    Norwegian lender says first quarter saw deterioration of shipping and offshore portfolio, with more losses to come.
  • NYK sees full-year numbers slump by 62%
    Shipowner says steady appearance of new ULCS has been driving an oversupply of tonnage.
  • DVB and HSH grant Globus Maritime breathing room
    Greek owner agrees deal to relax loan covenants as well as defer instalment loan payments.
  • DryShips pays nearly $67m to related parties
    More than $8m in S&P commissions among charges paid to CEO George Economou, but total declines from last year.

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American Shipperweb site
APRIL 28, 2016
  • The money chase
  • Global TMS Comes of Age
  • Staying nimble
  • Progress on port productivity
  • The Bottom Line: Underused supply chain process options
  • Executive Summary: Transportation Procurement Report
  • CIO Insight: Let technology be a brand builder
  • Compliance 360: Ports gain DOT respect
  • Ocean Transport: Hapag-Lloyd CEO sees beyond gloom
  • Container Analytics: 2016 transpacific container rate negotiation primer
  • Air Transport: Cuban cargo crisis?
  • Executive Moves: COSCO Pacific and "K" Line
  • U.S. DOT: Fatal truck crashes on the decline
  • UPS increases Q1 net income, revenues
  • Port of Houston: No VGM documentation, no load
  • Japanese carriers report losses in container operations for 2015-16
  • California bill aims to help marine terminal operators reduce emissions
  • NTSB: Specialized equipment needed to recover El Faro's 'black box'

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
APRIL 28, 2016
  • NWE to Asia fuel oil arb set to open in May as VLCC rates hit 21-month low
    The route was last cheaper in July 2014.
  • GLOBAL VLCC TRACKER: Indian arrivals double with record demand
    China landings fall to 20 from 25.
  • UN adds Libyan tanker to sanctions list after 'illicit' loading
    The vessel will remain on the list until July 26, "unless terminated earlier," the UN said in a statement.
  • Competition intense for heavy fuel oil in St Petersburg: sources
    Wide range exists between indicated prices.
  • Singapore's MPA revokes two bunker craft operator license holders
    Discrepancies, wrongful declarations in records found.
  • BMS United Bunkers merges with International Bunker Services
    Merger will strengthen BMS United's position in Asia.
  • Panamax container ships to add to glut as Panama Canal widens
    Many of them will be redeployed in the intra-Asia routes, Asia-Oceania, Asia-India subcontinent and North Asia-Southeast Asia routes.
  • BW LPG signs charter deals for three VLGCs with Japanese firm
    Company also agreed to time charter-in two VLGC newbuilds.






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