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Sched Netweb site
DECEMBER 14, 2017
  • Maersk wants clients to pay more in 2018
  • APL expands Trans-Atlantic coverage joining Europe-North America loop
  • PORTS of Los Angeles and Long Beach set cargo movement records for 2017
  • Ports need to share data to strengthen supply chain efficiencies
  • Canadian ambassador to China damns Trump with faint praise in HK
  • Chassis storage outside of NY-NJ port is a cause for concern among truckers
  • Asia-West Africa box trade recovers, up 7pc in third quarter as GDP rises 3pc
  • DNV GL approves GTT/Technolog LNG fuel tanks for VLC retrofits
  • Old Dominion Freight Line posts 13.6pc rise in November LTL volume
  • 'K' Line takes Australian north south trade lane award at Sydney gala
  • 50pc boost in passenger flights in new UK-China accord
  • China's Wuhan Tianhe airport starts air cargo services to Chicago, Luxembourg
  • Panalpina has 'exceptional' year on back of high air freight rates, tight capacity /UL>

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Exim Indiaweb site
DECEMBER 13, 2017
  • APL introduces mobile application for container tracking
  • Global containership fleet at new high
  • Indian Register of Shipping receives authorisation as Recognised Organisation from Malta
  • MOL to take part in demonstration test of blockchain technology in cross-border trade operations
  • JNPT organises technology innovations, systems & IT training programme
  • Rotterdam sets conservative port dues
  • NHAI making all out efforts to speed up award & construction of highways
  • Taxpayers who have erroneously claimed transitional credit advised to revise Form TRAN-1 of input tax credit

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International Transport Journalweb site
DECEMBER 14, 2017
  • Promoting railfreight transport on Brenner route
  • Kuehne + Nagel forces Asia
  • Diana goes for time charter with Wan Hai Lines
  • Big Move augments supervisory board
  • Grupo Busto acquired by Transpais
  • Qatar Airways to open up new destination in Russia
  • Duisport acquires Bohnen Logistik
  • Three New-Orleans based entities work for Trinidad
  • ITS America welcomes six new directors
  • ATR ends demonstration tour in West Africa
  • Sweden installing ERTMS on entire rail network
  • Milestone in hinterland traffic at port of Felixstowe
  • Yusen expands cross-border operations
  • Chairman change at Baltic Exchange
  • Technology to boost operational efficiency
  • Out now! Schedule for new Turkish 777 freighter

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IHS Maritimeweb site
DECEMBER 13, 2017
  • Nordic American Tankers continues recapitalisation with share issue
  • Fairplay's editorial excellence in the spotlight at industry journalism awards
  • China COSCO Shipping Group president resigns
  • Ballast-free tanker: The shape of ships to come?
  • SITC quiet on ship purchase plans
  • MODEC revealed as buyer of Euronav VLCC
  • Goldenport box ship scrapped at new high in India
  • Safety culture blamed in El Faro loss

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The Loadstarweb site
DECEMBER 13, 2017
  • Gloomy outlook for transpacific rates as Maersk becomes latest to quit TSA
  • Forwarders claim carriers are controlling capacity to force up air freight rates
  • Intelligent trade and technologies: preparing for the trade facilitation of the future
  • NTSB determines probable cause of El Faro tragedy
  • Brexit will invalidate UK airline operating licences in Europe, says EC

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Marine Logweb site
DECEMBER 13, 2017
  • Conrad Shipyard gains ISO 9001:2015 certification
  • DOE announces $18.5 million in offshore wind R&D funding
  • Cenac awards ABS a Subchapter M TPO contract
  • Wicker: 355 Navy goal signed into law
  • Roxtec pipe sealing solution now type approved for aluminum
  • VIDEO: First MTU marine gas engines complete factory tests
  • Austal inks MOU for 80 m trimaran for Japan-Korea ferry route
  • NTSB: Captain's failure to avoid hurricane a key cause of El Faro sinking

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Lloyd's Listweb site
DECEMBER 13, 2017
  • Can Yang Ming afford to make ship orders?
    Taiwanese carrier has said it is in the initial stages of discussing a replacement plan for chartered and older tonnage
  • Lloyd's List recognised for award-winning journalism
    Industry judges praise editorial excellence as two journalists win gongs at the annual Seahorse shipping media awards
  • Daily Briefing
    Continuing our look at the most influential people in shipping in 2017, we focus on how Chinese institutions are taking...
  • BDI: Does it matter to shipping, or the world?
    The new Baltic Dry Index, planned for launch in January as a trading tool, risks losing its status as an...
  • Teichert to exit Lloyd Fonds over 'differences of opinion'
    Company cites 'operating and strategic matters' as reason for move and names Klaus Pinter to take over duties
  • Shipowners overspending on navigational products
    Research from GNS shows 70% of electronic navigation charts go unused
  • The chief engineer's dilemma
    Those on board a ship may not be best placed to know whether a ballast water treatment system or a...
  • Top 10 maritime lawyers 2017
    As part of our 2017 Top 100 most influential people in shipping series, we look at the very best legal...
  • US crude exports more crucial to tanker demand than oil products
    Demand on crude oil tanker trade surges 151% in the year to end-October
  • MOL joins IBM for blockchain cross-border trade operations test
    Test will verify the effectiveness of blockchain technology in improving security and speeding up the settlement of cross-border trade transactions
  • HHI offloads 50% stake in solar battery joint venture
    HHI sold a total of 2.2m shares worth $13m in Hyundai Avancis to Germany's Avancis
  • US state aims to ramp up maritime innovation and workforce training
    Washington Maritime Blue 2050 initiative to explore low and zero pollution shipping options and train new workers for science and...
  • NAT enters recapitalisation phase with $100m equity offering
    Era of lofty dividends is over as company seeks new debt structure
  • El Faro inquiry concludes loss was due to captain and owner
    Vessel's life rafts and uncovered lifeboats ill-suited to handle hurricane conditions
  • Skangas to source gas from UK-based Grain LNG
    Norwegian group said the deal will improve supply to small-scale markets
  • Nordic American Tankers aims to raise $100m from share sale
    Net proceeds to go toward repayment of loan facility, fund fleet expansion and for general corporate purposes
  • Shipping faces mounting political pressure to decarbonise
    New declaration calls on maritime industry to contribute to Paris Agreement

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
DECEMBER 13, 2017
  • Global air freight: focused on tech efficiency, not whiz
  • US ports poised to join LA-GE information portal
  • Truck renters get an ELD break, for 90 days
  • European unease over Chinese investments grows
  • Uncertain trans-Pacific market to keep rates under pressure
  • Amid competition, Chennai port productivity declines

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TradeWindsweb site
DECEMBER 13, 2017
  • Maersk exits Pacific basin trade group
    World's largest containership company says move prompted by its own consolidation drive in sector.
  • Moody's sees shipping as stable, few aside
    Credit researcher posits stable outlook for most sectors, but warns of potential rating changes for some.
  • Panamaxes in Atlantic driving rates higher
    Atlantic basin rates move higher as split cargo economics improve and coal moves to Europe and India.
  • Kim Heng sees changes to its board of directors
    Two board members resign while two new members join the Singapore-based company's leadership panel.
  • DOF Subsea bonds rise after debt deal vote
    Oslo-listed bonds for offshore services provider recover after bondholders support maturity delays.
  • Dragnis scraps post-pamamax as focus flips to feeder sector
    Greek owner explains why he is sending a 1996-built vessel for demolition.
  • TUI cruises to higher profit
    German owner enjoyed better passenger rates over last 12 months.
  • Nordic American Tankers upsizes equity issue to $110m
    Suezmax tanker specialist prices stock offering with enlarged purse.
  • Eagle Bulk Shipping swooping for modern ultramax
    Brokers believe US-listed owner has bought its 12th ship under a fleet renewal and expansion plan.
  • Danko Koncar eyes investment in Uljanik
    Croatian tycoon wants to broaden his shipyard interests through restructuring.
  • Taiwan Navigation turns around loss
    Bulker owner boosted by higher revenue and lower costs.
  • Seacor venture offloads eco-tanker for $135m
    Sea-Vista operation sells Jones Act vessel and charters it back.
  • Scorpio Bulkers reloads shelf with $500m filing
    New York-listed owner lays groundwork for future equity issues.
  • Containerships breaks even in third quarter
    Finnish owner boosted by better utilisation and efficiency measures.
  • Jyske Bank places buy rating on Norden
    Upturn in dry cargo and the exit of a major investor contribute to improved rating.
  • Captain blamed for El Faro sinking
    Master of ro-ro failed to avoid sailing into hurricane, NTSB finds.
  • LGR di Navigazione sells last two tankers
    Naples-based owner believed to have completed an exit from shipowning.
  • Yang Ming goes express from China to Vietnam
    Taiwanese owner teams with TS Lines and MCC Transport for new service.
  • Bibby Offshore reveals Maersk contract
    UK owner has completed multi-million contract for Danish giant.
  • Shipowners cautious over One Planet CO2 declaration
    Paris gathering increases pressure on the IMO to reduce shipping emissions.
  • Thorstein takes seat at Seadrill top table
    A key figure in the Fredriksen system has joined the board of Seadrill. Harald Thorstein has today been appointed as a director of the offshore driller, which is in the midst of a Chapter 11 restructuring. Thorstein, a former DNB Nor Markets man, is already on the board of Seadrill Partners. He is also a director of Ship Finance International and Solstad Farstad.
  • Teichert leaving Lloyd Fonds in dispute on strategy
    Long-serving CEO of German asset manager in talks over "premature" exit after difference of opinion on its future direction.
  • Maersk halts Hamburg Sud passenger trips
    German line falls in with group policy after takeover.
  • Brazilian authorities drop Vard tax claim
    Shipbuilder in the clear over bill relating to 2010 financial year.
  • KKR pumps more cash into asset manager Joulon
    Private equity giant backs takeover of UK shiprepairer Harris Pye.
  • SolstadFarstad inks two term charters
    Norwegian owner fixes PSV to Aker BP and keeps AHTS with Petrobras.
  • Trafigura triumphs in "off-spec" tanker cargo case
    UK high court rules trader supplied correct grade of oil to vessel off Benin.

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American Shipperweb site
DECEMBER 13, 2017
  • Port of Houston boosts container, steel volumes in November
    Port of Houston saw a nine percent increase in cargo volumes in November. Port Houston terminals handled nearly 35 million tons of cargo th...
  • Port of Felixstowe sets U.K. intermodal rail record
    Port of Felixstowe handled its one millionth TEU by rail. Port of Felixstowe handled its 1 millionth TEU by rail on Wednesday, becoming the...
  • LA City Council mulls banning trucking companies using non-employee port drivers
    The Los Angeles City Council on Dec. 12 approved a resolution that asks city staff to look at the possibility of banning from the Port of L...
  • NTSB releases final report on El Faro sinking
    The final report regarding the sinking of theTOTE Maritime vessel, the El Faro , on Oct. 1, 2015 was released by the National Transportatio...
  • Froman: WTO is a baseline, not end-all
    Former U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) Michael Froman said Wednesday that the United States shouldn't view the World Trade Organization (W...
  • APL releases mobile container tracking app
    The liner carrier APL said Wednesday it has launched a new mobile container tracking tool. Called APL Box Track, the mobile application is...
  • Port of LA sets monthly box volume record in November
    Through the first 11 months of 2017, container volumes at the Port of Los Angeles were up 6.3 percent compared to last year's record-breaki...
  • Port of Long Beach November cargo volumes rise 14.7%
    A total of 612,659 (TEUs) moved through Port of Long Beach container terminals in November, an increase of 14.7 percent over the same month...
  • FMC's Doyle to take helm at Dredging Contractors of America
    U.S. Federal Maritime Commissioner William P. Doyle, Sr. has been selected by the Dredging Contractors of America's (DCA) board of director...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
DECEMBER 13, 2017
  • Record US production, gasoline build pull oil futures lower
    Oil futures were lower Wednesday after Energy Information Administration data showed a build in gasoline stocks and record-high US crude production, a pair of bearish factors trumping declines in crude inventories.
  • US House panel passes bill repealing oil, gas transparency law
    The House Committee on Financial Services passed a bill Wednesday that would permanently repeal a federal rule requiring US-traded oil and natural gas companies to disclose payments to foreign governments.
  • US DATA: EIA says residual fuel oil stocks recover from five-year low
    Total fuel oil inventories rose 389,000 barrels to 31.515 million barrels for the week that ended December 8.
  • External: Wired Bunkering
  • External: Marine Bunkering(Rotterdam)B.V.
  • PT2SB inks $1.25 bil financing deal to advance terminal in Pengerang, Malaysia
    The terminal will predominantly serve the Petronas Refinery and Petrochemicals Integrated Development project, or RAPID.
  • Abu Dhabi's ADNOC formally consults market on official selling prices
    The deadline for feedback was set for Tuesday, December 12.
  • World Bank to stop financing oil and gas after 2019
    - Lender commits to greater climate protection - Exemption included for gas in poorer countries - World Bank to report emissions from investment projects

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