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23 September 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 23:15 GMT+2




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Sched Netweb site
MARCH 31, 2016
  • AADA bunker surcharge rises to US$125/TEU, $250/FEU on April 30
  • Cosco Pacific profit up 30pc to US$382 million as revenue falls 8.3pc
  • Maersk sells off non-cellular fleet in Safmarine MPV to NileDutch
  • Expanded Panama Canal opens officially June 26, nearly tripling capacity
  • Seaspan takes delivery of 10,000-TEU MOL Benefactor, 9th in SAVER class
  • Rates hit lowest in 25 years despite 910,000 TEU cut in voided sailings
  • Silk Road drives growth as China-Med rail time falls to 11 days
  • NYK ship rescues 14 people on a troubled raft at sea off Chile
  • CP, NS fire opening salvos in 'good faith' takeover talks in proxy statements
  • Haropa's boast is 'first in and first out' of Europe's northern range
  • Tanzanian PM vets forwarders' corruption charges against port officials
  • Bombardier to provide an additional 60 cars to Israel Railways stock
  • Finance company, DB Squared, joins Women in Trucking Association
  • Brussels clears backlog as freighters return to normal, but still no bellyhold
  • Kansas City's air cargo up 8pc in February to 15.8 million pounds
  • Egyptair Cargo is now offering service to N'Djamena in Chad

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Exim Indiaweb site
MARCH 30, 2016
  • DP World prize start-up contest receives overwhelming response from across the country
  • New LNG intelligence portal gathers steam
  • NORDANA nominates Rickmers-Linie to represent it in China
  • Adani Kattupalli Port organises 1st trade meet
  • APSEZ raises INR 500 cr.
  • Implementing Integrated Declaration under the Indian Customs Single Window from April 1
  • Kalmar delivers the largest ever reachstacker order to South Africa
  • Railways' new coal loading freight policy from April 1
  • Maharashtra & Gujarat account for 46 pc of country's exports, shows ASSOCHAM study

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International Transport Journalweb site
MARCH 31, 2016
  • In 22 hours through France
  • Amazon expects grief from ex
  • More tracks for more freight in India
  • New agreements delight JV in Turkey
  • Fourkites hires stalwart to monitor finances
  • Deadline today for Canadian air cargo security program
  • Finnair and Swissport prolong Helsinki pact
  • Traffic capacity up by 50%
  • CTA names executive committee for 2016-2018
  • Moore Stephens detects positive messages in UK budget
  • Piloting in real time
  • Turkish Cargo now Batman's official carrier
  • Virgin Atlantic Cargo recruits sales guru
  • First megatrucks take to roads in Spain
  • Irisl returning to Antwerp
  • From Dartford to Salzburg

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IHS Maritimeweb site
MARCH 30, 2016
  • Car buyers sue ro-ro carriers at FMC
  • Nam Cheong to take legal action against contract cancellation
  • HHI wins LR3 tanker pair contract
  • Port operator HHLA's container terminal plans exhausted
  • Offshore companies seek LNG escape route
  • Debt restructuring and charter renegotiations progressing, says HMM
  • VLGC markets seeks direction as strong season looms and newbuildings weigh in
  • Korea P&I Club looks to Iran and China for growth
  • DFDS to lengthen more freight ro-ros
  • Slowing bulk business pulls down SIPG earnings
  • Ship demolition prices improve
  • Bad weather slows Taiwan salvage of broken TS Lines ship
  • DNV GL urges China to standardise shipbuilding to stay competitive
  • Cosco Pacific revenue down 8.3% in 2015
  • Slack season for charter container ships continues
  • Increased expansion sought for Houston Ship Channel

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The Loadstarweb site
MARCH 30, 2016
  • Creditor banks agree to repayment extension while restructure plan for HMM is devised
  • Smaller all-freighter airlines are feeling the pressure as air cargo markets weaken
  • US-Mexico parcel service launches as e-commerce spills into air cargo road feeder sector
  • Five years after Japan quake, rewiring of auto supply chain hits limits
  • Qatar Airways poaches from DHL Global Forwarding, but needs new charter chief
  • CEVA hires Steve Dean as North America contract logistics business development manager
  • SOLAS Method 2 for DB Schenker in Rotterdam
  • Samskip and Eimskip to appeal anti-competition fines, while Dutch authority keeps transport 'on its radar'

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Marine Logweb site
MARCH 30, 2016
  • Textron gets $174 million mod to LCAC contract
  • Former Hawaii Superferry gets a new role
  • MSC partners with INTTRA on container weighing
  • World Marine of Alabama to drydock Military Sealift tanker
  • LNG fueled bunkers to have MacGregor equipment
  • Rutter to help cruise liner sail Northwest Passage
  • Austal USA lays keel for EPF 8

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World Wide Shipperweb site
MARCH 30, 2016
  • Upgrade work forcing closure of Sea-Tac Airport runway
  • US rail freight traffic total slides lower during week
  • WSF selects Centerplate as new concessions contractor
  • Port of Vancouver expanding options for providing information to public
  • Diana Shipping sets charters for pair of dry bulk vessels

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MARCH 30, 2016
  • Aframax rates fall sharply in Asia but hold firm in Atlantic trades
    Suezmax trades on Baltic Exchange routes improve after active loading
  • Panamax shows mild improvements
    All routes gain apart from P3A_03 transpacific voyage
  • Tianjin blast sparks calls for cargo modelling advancements
    Swiss Re describes insurance fallout from Tianjin explosions as a 'puzzle of risk accumulation and coverage terms'
  • Feeder fixture flurry offers glimmer of light amid gloomy charter market
    But capacity overhang continues to halt rate revival
  • Thoresen Shipping picks Andy Hillier as new managing director
    Mr Hillier was previously Eastern Bulk Carriers Oslo managing director
  • Impairments drag on Rickmers' bottom line
    Revenues and earnings rise on currency boost, but asset values slide
  • Damen launches PSV conversion design for offshore vessels
    Company intends to leverage on its ship conversion expertise and global network of repair and conversion yards
  • Nam Cheong gets vessel sale termination notice
    Company views notice of termination as invalid and amounting to a breach of contract terms
  • Ten Indonesian sailors abducted in Philippines
    Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno says safety of crew is paramount
  • China Shipping Development posts $60m profit for 2015
    Gross profit from company's international tanker shipping segment surged 786.6% to Yuan1.3bn
  • Indonesia reforms to speed up port customs clearance
    Reforms are part of the Economic Policy Package XI unveiled by the government to ramp up growth in Indonesia
  • Penguin International weighed by tepid shipbuilding and chartering
    Company to diversify customer base by exploring charter and newbuild opportunities beyond the offshore oil and gas sector
  • TEN clinches new chartering deal for five panamax tankers
    Strategic transaction with oil company worth $20m in profits annually

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MARCH 30, 2016
  • Judge orders review of BNSF's LA-LB intermodal transfer yard
  • Using a freight forwarder? You still need to comply with SOLAS
  • CP and NS battle for shareholder hearts and minds
  • Spot truckload demand improves regionally, but US rates stay soft
  • Unpredictable supply chains keeps shippers up at night
  • John Simone, who returned USA Truck to profitability, dies at 54
  • MSC to use Inttra software for container weight verification
  • Party exit from Brazil ruling coalition worries port sector
  • TRAC shelves plan for bond offering
  • Class-action complaint filed with FMC against car carriers
  • Russia's economic slowdown creates LTL boom
  • Piraeus unlikely jewel in the crown of Cosco Pacific
  • Rickmers to represent Nordana in China
  • HHLA expects flat container traffic in 2016
  • India's Kattupalli port gains from Chennai's truck woes
  • Earnings, volume rise at Cosco Pacific

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TradeWindsweb site
MARCH 30, 2016
  • Damen looks to catch conversion work
    Switching idle PSVs into live fish carriers could make commercial sense, yard says.
  • Chevron cancels Maersk rig contract
    Early end to Maersk Deliverer contract reminder of 'very challenging conditions'.
  • Westbound strength lifts VLCCs even higher
    Average TCE rates rise 29% in one day, as two Gulf cargoes head to US.
  • Cheng linked to comeback cape deal
    Doun Kisen tipped for second cape sale in quick succession as Fred Cheng is linked with return.
  • Ro-ro price-fixing target in new US suit
    US car buyers now seek pay-out in ongoing case against ro-ro industry
  • Carnival beats first-quarter estimates
    Gains in revenue per passenger helped results as did lower fuel costs.
  • Seadrill calls in help to aid debt talks
    Report says Houlihan Lokey and Morgan Stanley have been drafted to the negotiating table.
  • Svitzer renews fleet with Damen tugs
    Danish towage company adds tug quartet with two destined for Dominican Republic.
  • CSCL racks up heavy loss in 'harsh' 2015
    Outgoing boxship owner sees bottom line slump $455m into the red.
  • Tanker crew freed in Nigeria
    Pirates release four seafarers held since 5 March
  • Arrested drillship sold for $210m
    Chalfont Shipping wins auction for an idle vessel seized by DVB in Brazil.
  • China Cosco Holdings makes less
    Shanghai-listed diversified owner sees lower revenue take a toll on its full year bottom line.
  • VLCC market on the up after Easter
    Owners in strong position in post-holiday market.
  • VLCCs on the up after Easter
    Owners in strong position in post-holiday market.
  • Gloomy 2016 outlook for Norwegian owners
    Local shipowners' association projects lower revenue and profitability combined with tough capital access.
  • Bourbon boss sees benefits on both sides
    Jacques de Chateauvieux explains public and formerly private companies will reap rewards from merger.
  • Capesize deal a further hint of price bottom
    Doun Kisen tipped for second cape sale in quick succession.
  • Economou reveals larger hand at Danaos
    Greek shipowner's stake is worth over $60m at present trading levels.
  • DS Tankers carries US crude through Panama
    Dr Peters-owned panamax tanker sends third Trafigura oil cargo to Nicaragua, following abolishment of US export ban.
  • Nam Cheong faces offshore contract termination
    Malaysian shipbuilder says it may resort to legal action to preserve newbuilding deal.
  • No meaningful dry bulk recovery before 2019
    Deutsche Bank analyst still forecasts net fleet growth in 2016, despite heavy scrapping.
  • Cheap prices continue to drive China energy imports
    Analysts say latest demand data points to China being supportive of oil and LNG markets.
  • Woman tries to catch up with cruiseship
    Fishermen rescue 65-year-old off Portugal after she attempts to swim to departing Marco Polo.
  • Fairmont bulker ordered seized in suit
    Louisiana Sugar Refining files lawsuit claiming collision with dock will cost $20m.

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American Shipperweb site
MARCH 30, 2016
  • Port of Wilmington, N.C. container volumes surge 7.7%
  • Nordana extends partnership with Rickmers-Linie
  • Global pallet supplier sets 2020 sustainability goals
  • Anheuser-Busch settles N.J. warehouse safety violations
  • Port of Prince Rupert invests in navigational projects
  • Executive Moves: CEVA Logistics and Coastal Cargo Co.
  • FAA fines Home Depot for air cargo hazmat violation
  • Xeneta: High-volume shippers aren't paying the best shipping rates
  • TRAC Intermodal tests waters for potential sale, IPO
  • ARC reflags ro-ro vessel to add to U.S. fleet
  • Kasich lauds benefits of free trade
  • MSC to use INTTRA VGM tool
  • Hyundai reports progress in improving finances
  • Hanjin, Sinokor launch intra-Asia service
  • Norfolk Southern urges shareholders to oppose CP proxy

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MARCH 30, 2016
  • Singapore Q2 ex-wharf 500 CST bunker fuel discounts narrow
    April supply has been concluded at a relatively narrower discount than Q2 on expectations of tight availability next month.
  • CO2 reporting 'first step' before considering cap or other measures; IMO chief
    Interview with Kitack Lim about IMO's work to regulate CO2 emissions post Paris.
  • TRADER NOTE: London-based KPI Bridge Oil bunker trader relocates to Athens
    Manassakis has been promoted to Deputy Managing Director and Sales Manager.
  • TRADER NOTE: Glander International hires Guyson Kang as bunker, lubricant trader
    Kang has been in the maritime industry for three years.






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