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Sched Netweb site
DECEMBER 1, 2017
  • Cosco overtakes Maersk as world's top container carrier in third quarter
  • World box volumes to hit all time high - 200 million TEU in 2017
  • Clarksons hit by cyber attack, says sensitive client data may have leaked
  • PTP docks tallest ship-to-shore quay cranes in Southeast Asia
  • Coming US-China trade war poses serious risk of the real thing: expert
  • OOCL outlines what's needed to comply with new US Customs ruling
  • Hapag-Lloyd adds Maersk's low-CO2 reefer boxes from China, Chile
  • Old Finnish minelayer with Bofors cannon nabs 18 pirates
  • HAFFA, Genoa's Spediporto make deal to collaborate in freight forwarding
  • Hamburg copies truck slot booking to cut surges, bottlenecks
  • Lousiana port interests plead for compromise and NAFTA as it is
  • Port of Rio de Janeiro enters new era of shipping with deeper draft
  • Port of Hamburg celebrates its relationship with Hong Kong
  • UP advances positive train control, to spend US$300 million
  • Panalpina to fully deploy Validaide software in early 2018
  • Long Beach air cargo volume up 8pc as passenger traffic soars 25pc
  • JAL links up with CHAMP Cargosystems in a new partnership
  • Washington lifts ban on US-Sudan flights as thaw eases tension

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International Transport Journalweb site
DECEMBER 1, 2017
  • Shaving off more than 16,000 t of CO2 per annum
  • Ethiopian stepping up Toronto service
  • Cargolux cooperates with Nippon Cargo Airlines
  • LIS expanding in Poland
  • FairTruck - a year old and chalking up success
  • Inauguration of new logistics areas in Ystad
  • BDP International safe on data
  • DB survey mostly promising for the future
  • AF KLM and Jet Airways intensify cargo cooperation
  • Wolverhampton logistics centre opening next summer
  • Leipzig/Halle logistics network - to Russia with love
  • Valenciaports on a roll in 10M/2017
  • A.P. Møller-Mærsk extends board of directors
  • Descartes revenues growing
  • 600,000 t of general cargo heading for Russia
  • Cosco and PSA snuggle up closer in Singapore
  • Melbourne service starts and all-freighter offers end

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IHS Maritimeweb site
NOVEMBER 30, 2017
  • SBM Offshore reaches USD238 million settlement of US bribery case
  • Clarksons braced for data leak
  • Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Mipo Dockyard wins orders for three product tankers
  • Korea Shipping Partnership to begin services in 2018
  • Pan Ocean books six VLOCs for Vale contract of affreightment
  • Winners of DPC Innovation Awards announced
  • Royalties to hurt Brazilian iron ore sales to China

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The Loadstarweb site
NOVEMBER 30, 2017
  • Crowded Antwerp barge holding berths are 'an accident waiting to happen'
  • DHL the latest to offer air freight online as forwarders fight third-party booking sites
  • MPC fleet growth ambitions challenged by rise in second-hand vessel prices
  • The EU Port Services Regulation: there's certain to be uncertainty, post-Brexit
  • UK rail track control plans alarm freight groups
  • Hackers could capsize large vessels - and other cyber attack news
  • Schiphol airlines set dates for slot talks

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Marine Logweb site
NOVEMBER 30, 2017
  • VIDEO: CMB unveils liquid hydrogen fueled catamaran
  • NASSCO starts construction of first of Matson ConRo duo
  • Drone inspection specialist approved by two more class societies
  • Scania adds new 13-liter inline six to its marine engine portfolio
  • New all-electric car ferry to have Corvus battery systems

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Lloyd's Listweb site
NOVEMBER 30, 2017
  • TEN looks forward to cash boost from fleet expansion
    Greek tanker owner strikes positive stance on upcoming periods despite tough third quarter
  • Tanker markets set to endure more Opec cuts but longhaul trades may prosper
    Longhaul trades from the US and more scrapping could boost earnings even as Saudis reduce exports
  • Updated: Maersk begins process to integrate Hamburg Süd fleet
    Danish carrier expects savings of $350m-$400m a year from 2019, as it takes over 105 ships from Hamburg Süd
  • LNG fuel currying favour with owners
    A third of owners are likely to add new vessels to their fleet by the end of 2018
  • CMA CGM to merge MacAndrews and OPDR subsidiaries
    French carrier aims to develop European multimodal services
  • Finance: The future might lie in the past
    With leasing growing its footprint in shipping, the industry should learn from a past financial crisis
  • Big Marinakis VLCC order emerges at Samsung
    Four of eight tankers are firm but go-ahead threatened by refund guarantee impasse
  • Congestion build up supports capesizes and panamaxes
    Delayed vessel lists tighten tonnage availability in both the basins
  • Hapag-Lloyd completes integration with UASC
    Merger will bring savings of $435m a year
  • Daily Briefing
    Clarksons calls in the police after hackers target its computer system
  • Gulf in shipping industry's gender pay gap revealed
    Survey of members of the Maritime HR Association reveals scale of gulf in pay
  • Disciplined: Scorpio gets punished
    Punishing stock offering highlights pitfalls of aggressive growth strategy
  • Data Hub: Trade Statistics
    European trade still better than last year despite fourth-quarter slowdown
  • Third-quarter box line results reflect improving market
    Carriers return to profitability, but dark clouds linger on the horizon
  • MPC Container Ships posts first profits
    Company in start-up phase of its operation releases three-month interim financial report
  • Euronav offloads elderly suezmax for $9m as part of fleet renewal plan
    Company reaps $8.5m capital gain from the deal
  • APMT focused on home improvements
    Spotlight on underperforming terminals as port operator bids to reverse profit slide
  • Hyundai Mipo Dockyard wins tankers orders worth $107.9m
    Orders came from a European shipowner, with vessels to be delivered by the end of April 2019
  • Pan Ocean orders six VLOCs worth $444m
    Order comes amid contract of affreightment signed with Vale to ship iron ore from Brazil
  • FMC seeks changes to NVOCC service and negotiated rate arrangements
    Proposals are part of US government initiative to to reduce regulation and curb regulatory expenses
  • MSC orders two cruiseships from Fincantieri for $2bn
    Vessels scheduled for delivery during 2021 and 2023
  • Yang Ming to launch $88m private placement
    This is the second private placement from the company this year following a previous one worth $57m
  • Korea's shipping consortium reviews overseas routes to boost efficiency
    Consortium will reduce number of vessels operated through sharing of cargo capacity while it consolidates some routes
  • Port of Amsterdam to be linked to Chinese city by rail
    First train to leave the port's ACT Terminal for Yiwu, near Shanghai, by March 14 next year
  • BIMCO looks to build bridges in modernisation push
    Change is afoot at 112-year-old shipping association

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
NOVEMBER 30, 2017
  • No end in sight to rising US surface rates
  • Midsize vessels outpace mega-ships in berth productivity
  • CMA CGM merges units to improve European capabilities
  • Turkmenistan port opens new China-Europe rail corridor
  • UASC now fully integrated with Hapag-Lloyd
  • Shipping's data needs grow, but digitization lags
  • Bangladesh program to cut port and highway congestion

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TradeWindsweb site
NOVEMBER 30, 2017
  • Opec cuts 2018 tap with June renewal option
    Official statement hews to signaled cuts which are largely priced into tanker rates already.
  • Maersk set to sail with Hamburg Sud deal
    World's largest boxship company closes deal as it gets approvals for takeover of German owner.
  • Greek banks turn on the taps for local shipowners
    Hellenic lenders are again increasing their shipping portfolios, supporting a spate of secondhand dry bulk deals
  • Boxship asset play being lined up for Songa Container
  • Rickmers rebounds with China newbuilds
    High-profile player steps up private investment after public failure by buying into new boxships at Fujian Mawei
  • Petredec and Solvang drop out of Statoil VLGC shortlist
  • GasLog tipped as top pick for Statoil charter
  • Tank issues complicate Eni vessel overhaul
  • Bibby Offshore ripe for merger after bondholders take over
    More consolidation in subsea is looming as shipowners prepare for a 'perfect storm' of vessel demand
  • Boskalis eyes offshore counter-cyclical move
  • Teekay Offshore's Libra FPSO pumping oil
    Floating production, storage and offloading vessel commences 12-year charter.
  • Kirk Kapital to sell its two oldest tankers
  • D'Alesio nears tanker exit as focus shifts to bunker ships
  • Kyklades plots return to VLCC market after 12 years out
  • Prestige master wins fight to see New York documents
    Mangouras claims records could help prove that witnesses lied in Spanish court
  • TEN expects positive results for 2017
    'Difficult' market conditions lead to third-quarter loss, but growing fleet make it poised for rebound.
  • Private yards stay strong with Imabari at the helm
    Japan shipbuilders reputed to have the highest cost base in Asia but some of the private yards are growing stronger in the crisis
  • Cruise giants spark rejuvenation for smaller European shipyards
    Two European shipbuilding giants are set to corner the lucrative luxury cruiseship market but smaller European yards are also benefiting from the overflow of work
  • German yards hold their own
  • Specialist yard lawyer says it's safe to order
  • Damen a family affair
  • Chinese yard to auction abandoned bulker
  • Hapag-Lloyd starts search for cost savings after UASC deal
    Chief executive says six-month integration of UASC now over with synergy target next in sight.

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American Shipperweb site
NOVEMBER 30, 2017
  • DHL launches new online quotation, booking service for airfreight
    DHL Global Forwarding, the air and ocean freight specialist within Deutsche Post DHL Group, has launched a new online freight quotation and...
  • Justice Department firms up FCPA self-disclosure policy
    The U.S. Justice Department will make permanent a program that encourages companies to self-disclose violations of the Foreign Corrupt Prac...
  • CMA CGM merges European subsidiaries MacAndrews, OPDR
    The French maritime shipping conglomerate the CMA CGM Group will merge two of its subsidiary lines, MacAndrews and OPDR, effective Jan. 1, ...
  • Kane Is Able to acquire Vintners Logistics
    Kane Is Able, a third-party logistics provider headquartered in Scranton, Pa., revealed this week that it has signed a letter of intent to ...
  • Production begins on Matson's new 3,500-TEU con-ro vessels
    Shipbuilder General Dynamics NASSCO has begun construction of two newcombination container and roll-on/roll-off (con-ro) vessels for the Ha...
  • FMC proposes rule to ease NSA, NRA burdens
    The U.S. Federal Maritime Commission has issued a proposed rulemaking that the agency says "expands flexibility and deregulates" Non-Vessel...
  • Yang Ming raises $200m in public offering
    Taiwan-based ocean shipping company Yang Ming has completed a public offering in which it raised $6 billion new Taiwan dollars (U.S. $200 m...
  • BluJay unveils last-mile delivery platform
    Supply chain software provider BluJay Solutions unveiled its MobileSTAR mobility platform that manages the last-mile delivery experience fo...
  • NACPC adds 1,200 chassis to network
    The North American Chassis Pool Cooperative (NACPC) has added 1,200 chassis that will be integrated into its South Atlantic Consolidated Po...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
NOVEMBER 30, 2017
  • Iran and Iraq meet for talks on crude oil swap deal
    The oil ministers of Iran and Iraq met in Vienna late Thursday for the latest round of talks on the terms of a crude swap deal that will help supply some of Iran's refineries with feedstock and unlock Iraq's shut-in crude at Kirkuk.
  • Saudi Arabia's Manifa field producing at 900,000 b/d: Falih
    Saudi Arabia's Manifa oil field, one of its largest, continues to produce at 900,000 b/d and has not been impacted by erosion, oil minister Khalid al-Falih told journalists Thursday in Vienna.
  • Oil complex has muted price reaction to OPEC-led deal
    Oil futures were little changed Thursday after the coalition of 24 producers from OPEC and outside OPEC agreed in Vienna to extend their joint supply cut agreement by nine months until the end of 2018.
  • OPEC deal calls on Libya, Nigeria to produce below 2.8 mil b/d combined
    OPEC ministers on Thursday agreed to a nine-month extension of their production cut agreement through the end of 2018, and will call on Libya and Nigeria not to exceed a combined output of 2.8 million b/d, Iranian oil minister Bijan Zanganeh told reporters.
  • Russia's Lukoil sticks to 2018 greenfield plans regardless of OPEC/non-OPEC deal
    Russia's second-largest crude producer Lukoil will not change its plans for recently launched fields' development regardless of any extension to the OPEC/non-OPEC output restraint deal, but it may revise its booming drilling program in West Siberian mature fields, the company's head of capital markets and M&A, Pavel Zhdanov, said during a conference call on the company's third-quarter results earlier in the day.
  • Bunker suppliers must prepare for 'death of fossil fuels' in shipping: ICS
    Bunker suppliers "should anticipate that there may no longer be significant demand for fossil fuels from shipping within as little as 25 years, if not sooner," and that shipping "is now on an inevitable trajectory toward a future of zero CO2 emissions," an International Chamber of Shipping official warned Thursday.
  • REFINERY NEWS: Turkey's Tupras confirms maintenance at Izmir refinery crude unit
  • Iran sees 9-month OPEC/non-OPEC cut extension as 'better,' backing Saudi proposal
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • FUTURES: Crude rises in Asia after EIA reports decline in US stocks
  • TRADER NOTE: Fuel oil trader leaves Coastal Oil Singapore
    Tan was previously with CEFC Singapore Brightoil Singapore and CAO.

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