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25 September 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 01:33 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
NOVEMBER 10, 2017
  • CMA CGM hikes rates from Asia to Latin America, Caribbean Dec 1
  • ICS says the world can achieve 'zero ship CO2 emissions' by the year 2100
  • ITCSI profit up 5pc in first 9 months as revenues rise 10pc
  • Ships still fly tax haven flags of convenience, but trend moderates
  • Charleston volume up 10pc to 184,804 TEU in record-breaking October
  • Regional Container Lines orders two 1,668-TEU feeders from China
  • Cosco Shipping Ports starts on new box terminal at Khalifa port
  • BNSF quarterly profit up 2pc to US$1.95 million as revenues rise 3pc
  • Sea captain tells why there is no safe port in a storm for box ships
  • US Coast Guard sets 10-knot speed limit to save the whales
  • Maritime lawyers join cyber security firm to provide 'health check'
  • Singapore Air nearly triples quarterly profit, but faces headwinds
  • Miami airport launches Cargo Flight Tracker for US air freight industry
  • Loss of slots at Amsterdam Schiphol is fault of carriers, not protectionism

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Exim Indiaweb site
NOVEMBER 9, 2017
  • Maersk Line's Hamburg Süd acquisition clears Chinese hurdle, with conditions
  • Ministry of Shipping focusing on liquid cargo infrastructure in rail & waterways modes
  • MOL joins research project on use of vibrating sensors to ensure safe ship operation
  • Kolkata Port handles 12 pc more cargo in H1 2017-18
  • Cathay Pacific awarded IATA CEIV Pharma Certification for handling pharmaceutical products
  • DCCAA to initiate opening IIFF Northern Region Chapter in Delhi for skill development
  • Gateway Distriparks has impressive Q2
  • PM Modi, Bangladesh PM & West Bengal CM jointly launch connectivity projects between India & Bangladesh
  • Snowman Logistics focusing on cost optimisation

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International Transport Journalweb site
NOVEMBER 10, 2017
  • "In the top five by 2023"
  • Diesel locomotive simulators to increase safety
  • Fedex purchases up to 50 ATR 72-600Fs
  • UPS builds on blockchain
  • Positive outlook for shipping from Wista UK
  • 500 new hoppers to boost capacity
  • Change at the top for reusable receptacle specialist
  • Etihad Airways supports Louvre Abu Dhabi
  • Trump mission makes big Boeing deal in China
  • High jump in revenue for Agility
  • US east coast still delivering strong results
  • First US e-highway demonstration in California
  • Wanted: new CEO for Palfinger in 2018
  • Cosco ready to invest in other corporations
  • Ziegler's next generation steps in
  • Timber exports boost Croatia railfreight volumes
  • Deutsche Post DHL continues profitable growth trajectory
  • Preparations at old and new Sydney airport

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IHS Maritimeweb site
NOVEMBER 9, 2017
  • Officers arrested over disappearance of MSC Giannina master
  • Capacity control in spotlight as excess capacity continues to plague container shipping
  • Overcapacity haunts LPG carriers, but tonnage inflow expected to ease
  • China and US sign USD43 billion Alaska LNG deal
  • Charter tonnage solves Maersk's cargo logjam
  • Nordea shipping loans caught up in 'Paradise Papers' spotlight
  • Epic Gas narrows Q1 2017 losses
  • Korea Line Corporation recovers USD68 million in charterhire dispute
  • FSL Trust deteriorates to loss
  • Marco Polo finds white knight from CEO's business acquaintances

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The Loadstarweb site
NOVEMBER 9, 2017
  • Forwarders and shippers caught in the updraught of an air cargo 'perfect storm'
  • Overcapacity making waves in the containership charter market
  • New business and success of e-fulfilment service boosts Wincanton half-year results
  • Bigger ships, smaller shipments... a circle that needs to be squared
  • FedEx ATR order could spark new interest in turboprop freighters
  • Seafast Logistics targets Ethiopian beef trade boom with new Djibouti facility

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Marine Logweb site
NOVEMBER 9, 2017
  • MAN will retrofit TOTE RO/RO duo to dual fuel LNG operation

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Lloyd's Listweb site
NOVEMBER 9, 2017
  • Daily Briefing
    Shipping will be included in the EU emissions trading regime
  • Chemical tanker market to recover by late 2018, says Drewry
    Limited new orders coupled with a shrinking of the tonnage supply-demand gap to support
  • ECSA and ETF call for easing of administrative burdens on shipping
    Both organisations call for EU member states to be ambitious in harmonising reporting formalities at European ports
  • Fire breaks out on tanker at Gadani recyling yard for the second time
    Incident comes after an explosion occurred on the tanker in November 2016 that killed 31 workers
  • HMM posts third-quarter net loss
    Revenue though rose 20% year-on-year as a result of cost optimisation measures
  • Oakland port gives initial approval to convert ex-military base into logistics complex
    Final approval from port authority expected by November 30
  • Strong cruiseship demand continues to drive Fincantieri results
    Results in line with group targets for the 2016-2020 business plan
  • Singapore gears up to be a key player in the global maritime arbitration sector
    With the launch of the Singapore Ship Sale Form and the recent developments to the widely used standard maritime forms...
  • GoodBulk posts second-quarter profit
    Company benefits from operating vessels as part of pools of 65 and 58 vessels respectively

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
NOVEMBER 9, 2017
  • US regulators move to ease NVO contracting rules
  • Yang Ming breaks string of 10 straight quarterly losses
  • Court ruling fails to resolve Great Lakes pilotage issues
  • Record US import gains unlikely to be repeated in 2018
  • Truck capacity 'imbalance' slows US-Mexico freight
  • Proposed Mexican coastal rail bridge faces steep grade
  • Infographic: Road to ILA contract negotiations
  • MSC pursues stake in Russian rail operator Transcontainer
  • JNPT rail volume stagnant despite port push

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TradeWindsweb site
NOVEMBER 9, 2017
  • TOTE signs with MAN for Alaska LNG convert
    Jones Act shipowner says it will do retrofits on two ro-ros as part of fleet wide push to use cleaner gas.
  • Analyst: International Seaways' shares 'overreacting'
    Stock slips almost 8% in afternoon trading following miss on revenue.
  • Gener8 drops debt as 'eco' VLCCs outperform
    New York-listed company says it's comfortable with size of fleet and its balance sheet.
  • Norwegian Cruise Line beats estimates while lowering outlook
    New York-listed cruiseship owner pushes down guidance for 2017 in response to hurricanes and vessel problems.
  • Jones Act owner OSG seeks to tap Norwegian bond market
    But US-flag player faces headwinds as it woos investors to raise $100m in unsecured notes
  • NAT's 2017 gets tougher amid queries on dividend and earnings
    Herbjorn Hansson's retirement savings, 'Friday night fright' release and strange money transfers in Bermuda are all part of the latest Nordic American Tankers' drama
  • Results reflect governance standards, says Webber
    Avance Gas and Seaspan among the big gainers in semi-annual Wells Fargo corporate governance report, while Kirby falls from top spot
  • Lines exercise caution over modest rise in freight rates
    Sailings trimmed in a bid to shore up freight rates ahead of contract negotiations
  • Boxship demand remains the big question
    Carriers are toasting a strong peak season but the near-term prospects for freight and charter rates is far more uncertain, analyst says
  • Saade wins plaudits for 'bold' commitment to LNG fuelling
    Decision awaited about supply and infrastructure that will support this pioneering move
  • Shift in demand to wide-beam boxships to accelerate
  • Hoegh FSRU off to Gas Natural
  • Jovo launches search for midsize LNG newbuilding
    Rare requirement emerges for vessel to trade cargoes into small Chinese terminals
  • Dynagas greenlights China's first FSRU
  • Second Arc7 heads to Yamal
  • Statoil longlists six for LNG ship time charter
  • Cheniere narrows down low-key LNG carrier hunt
  • Statoil takes Eletson Gas ethylene unit on minimum two-year deal
  • Trouble in Paradise Papers for Wilbur Ross' double standards
    Increased corporate transparency and the public's intolerance of questionable deals heightens the reputational risks for all players in the shipping chain
  • Endesa emerges for LNG carrier time charter duo
    Fresh period business gives owners of existing ships something to chew on as charter rates hold at improved levels
  • Commercial ships may aid 'critical' worries over Canadian icebreaking
    Talk has turned to bareboat chartering commercial vessels to help overcome issues of winter port closures and the Canadian Coast Guard's ageing fleet
  • Orsted says good riddance to DONG's dirty reputation
  • Special-survey bell tolls for North Sea anchor-handlers
    AHTS owners have a 'mountain to climb' to address the supply imbalance but a lack of dry docking may make a big impact
  • Canadian government moves may impact shipping
  • Nova Cura investigation reveals failings in electronic chart data
    Investigation into Greek grounding discovers ship used outdated and inaccurate electronic charts
  • Emergency responders buoyed by rise in LOF awards
  • Westminster and Weinstein rows serve as big reminder to shipping
    The industry needs new ideas and energy to promote gender equality, all the way up to the top
  • Olympic hires new head of tanker chartering
    Theo Kalkanteras replaces departed Loucas Tsangarides at Athens company
  • Shipping parties toast Eisbeinessen in style
  • Jo Shipping confirms first S&P deal since Stolt-Nielsen sell-off
  • Super Eco secures premium MR rate from Stena Weco
    Greek owner fixes out product tanker, while compatriot Navios charters MR trio and commodities giant Glencore picks up two from Island Navigation and Avin
  • Five Stars torches oldest unit amid demolition market lull
  • Gunvor's Clearlake fixes Sovcomflot aframax pair
  • Canada's owners look to change with the times
    Owners with origins at the start of the 20th century adapt to a new era of competition, writes Michael Angell in Montreal
  • Poulovassilis moves on from Aegean after just one year
    Melissanidis-led company parts ways with chief executive
  • Yangzijiang debuts in crude tanker segment
    Chinese yard acquires newbuilding half-built by Rongsheng in bid to enter new sector
  • Oldendorff's bulker orders surface in Japan and China
    Oldendorff ordered the ships before newbuilding prices increased
  • SK Shipping set to book VLOC pair in China
  • Tomini to double money on 22-year-old handymax
  • Market eyes consolidation as MHI reveals restructure
    Three private Japanese yards could eventually take stakes in MHI's new shipbuilding subsidiaries
  • Aroania set to sell vintage handymax
  • Pan Ocean surprises market with sale of panamax bulker
    Panamax sale diverges from South Korean outfit's recent expansionary path
  • Oslo Bulk buys MPP sisterships
  • Minerva Ship Management adds third vessel
  • Secondhand price rise spurs newbuilding interest
  • New Vision buys and sells in fleet renewal
  • AM Nomikos resells fourth ex-MEP ship
  • Maple Leaf places modern handysize in the shop window
    Chinese shipowner earmarks five-year-old handysize as a 'potential sale candidate' and expects it to go for $10m
  • KC Maritime denies sale of chartered panamax bulker
    Hong Kong shipowner is said to be coming back to the secondhand market as a buyer after a year marked by disposals and shipyard controversy
  • Greek S&P scene heats up as three independents enter fray
    At least two, and possibly a third, brokerages set to sharpen competition in Athens' hotly contested market

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American Shipperweb site
NOVEMBER 9, 2017
  • U.S. ratchets down on Cuba trade
    The U.S. government has amended Obama-era regulations regarding trade with Cuba to bring them in line with President Trump's June order to ...
  • Drewry: Global chemical trade to rise 3.3% this year
    A narrowing in the tonnage supply-demand gap beginning in late 2018, as well as restrained ordering are expected to boost an anticipated re...
  • Maersk CEO: 'We cannot be satisfied with our performance'
    Soren Skou, CEO of Danish shipping conglomerateA.P. Moller-Maersk, says the company "cannot be satisfied" with its performance during the t...
  • AS Report: Less than 10% of shippers confident in analytics data accuracy
    Fewer than one in 10 shippers and logistics services provider have highly accurate data underlying their analytics initiatives, according t...
  • Dachser USA to relocate, expand Dallas office
    Dachser USA Air & Sea Logistics has announced it will relocate and expand its Dallas, Tex. office due to growing operations in the Asia...
  • MPA terminal ceases trucking transactions due to 'labor/management issue'
    A "labor/management issue" resulted in the closure of truck transactions at Seagirt Marine Terminal at the Port of Baltimore for parts of M...
  • PANYNJ proposes $3.2b budget for 2018
    The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) is proposing a $3.2 billion operating budget for ongoing operations, maintenance and...
  • APL alters Asia-India Subcontinent service network
    APL is making changes to five Asia-India Subcontinent container services for faster turnaround and transit times, the ocean carrier said in...
  • Yang Ming records $42m profit in Q3 2017
    Yang Ming transported 1.24 million TEUs during the third quarter of 2017, an 11.1 percent boost from a year prior. Yang Ming Marine Transpo...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
NOVEMBER 9, 2017
  • Crude futures strengthen as Saudi-Iran tension grows
    ICE January Brent rose 44 cents to settle at $63.93/b Thursday amid increasing tension between Saudi Arabia and Iran.
  • US Chamber of Commerce eyes more energy industry regulation revamps
    Rolling back regulations for the energy industry remains a key goal for the Trump administration.
  • Saudi Arabia, UAE face resistance in pushing OPEC extension through end-2018
    Saudi Arabia and the UAE still have some convincing to do as they push for OPEC to extend its existing production deal to the end of 2018.
  • TANKERS: MR rates rise as US diesel route makes comeback
    One shipowner said the USG-UKC route was looking healthy and may drive up rates in Northwest Europe.
  • External: Praxis Energy Agents S.A
  • External: Wired Bunkering

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