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Sched Netweb site
APRIL 3, 2018
  • Hapag-Lloyd back in black with US$39.5 million profit as sales rise 29pc
  • Singamas back in black with US$41.4 million profit as revenues rise 61pc
  • Clean tanks avoids compatibility problems of compliance post sulphur cap
  • Singapore dredging at Sultan Shoal Lighthouse extended till June 30
  • DP World holds talks with Tata Group on opportunities for cooperation
  • Port of Antwerp pushes ahead with 'cold ironing' European style
  • Oakland farm exports up 42.7pc, but gains would end in trade war
  • Twin super postpanamax quay cranes make their to Port of Philadelphia
  • Project to double Port of Savannah's rail freight capacity
  • WFS wins Cathay cargo handling job in Brussels and Copenhagen
  • Hong Kong Airlines adds San Fran to its 3 North American destinations
  • Damco to streamline cross-border e-commerce, hopes to tackle returns
  • Air France, Delta offer 12 weekly flights to Paris, Seattle

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Exim Indiaweb site
APRIL 2, 2018
  • BDP International announces new Vice-President, Global Sales & Marketing
  • BIFA urges early Parliamentary vote on third Heathrow runway
  • COSCO Shipping Holdings improves performance after restructuring in 2017
  • DP World wins 30-year concession for greenfield port of Banana in Democratic Republic of Congo
  • Kerry Logistics' net profit up in 2017
  • Maritime sector participates in clean-up of Versova beach in Mumbai
  • MOL & COSCO vessel commences operation for key LNG project
  • Deendayal Port attains new high by crossing throughput of 110 mt
  • GMB organises stakeholder workshop for Port Policy
  • KICT berths PIX2 service vessel of Shreyas Shipping
  • e-Way Bill system now mandatory for all inter-state movement of goods
  • Railways achieves highest-ever freight volume
  • Cabinet approves export of all edible oils in bulk

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International Transport Journalweb site
APRIL 3, 2018
  • The rebirth of a port
  • Pall-Ex partnership gets stationery moving
  • Optimism in spring time
  • Transporting blades with ease
  • American Airlines designates new GSAs in three markets
  • New CEO for CSafe Global
  • Trade bodies warn about logistics price hike
  • Munich - Koper direct
  • M&C Aviation strengthens ties with Air Seychelles
  • Statoil and Exmar developing new LPG engine
  • Turnover up, throughput down in Duisburg
  • New MD for Schmitz Cargobull Romania
  • New customs bonded warehouse in Mexico
  • Greens Port industrial park served by Watco
  • Cargolux now flying to Tokyo Narita

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IHS Maritimeweb site
MARCH 30, 2018
  • Korea Line Corporation books VLCC pair for S-Oil contract
  • NYK Line plans dry bulk fleet reduction, looks to LNG
  • Heung-A, Sinokor to work with HMM ahead of merger
  • Canada calls for further study on HFO ban in the Arctic
  • Sumitomo and partners moot LNG bunkering in Tokyo Bay
  • Mitsui & Co books Capesize pair at Yangzijiang yard
  • Exmar gets back into profit through asset sales

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Marine Logweb site
MARCH 30, 2018
  • Christie Thomas promoted to VP contracts and pricing at NNS
  • Ingalls awarded $94 million for NSC 10 long-lead materials
  • Survey shows shipping confidence at a four-year high
  • Nautilus Minerals subsea mining vessel launched
  • NYK and Oshima Shipbuilding eye LNG fueled post-Panamax bulkers
  • Powerful wind alliance: SEACOR Marine, Fred. Olsen Windcarrier

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MARCH 30, 2018
  • Five Things to Watch: Containers
    Recovery ground remains shaky on potential regulatory changes and continued newbuilding orders

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MARCH 30, 2018
  • Freight flows to smaller brokers as US truck capacity tightens
  • Wilhelmsen's complex crane shipment boosts Chittagong's capacity

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TradeWindsweb site
MARCH 30, 2018
  • Sinotrans Shipping taps new chairman
    Diversified China-based logistics firm appoints former minister to head its board.
  • Shoei Kisen car carrier in casualty
    Local reports indicate the PCC was on an outbound transit when it collided with a barge; rescue efforts ongoing.
  • AXIA raises bulker rate forecasts with 'clear runway' until 2020
    Last year was just one chapter in market recovery story, Clinton Webb says.
  • Chinese shipbuilding giant to put rival yards in the shade
    A combined CSSC and CSIC would boast a formidable revenue stream and market share.
  • Latest capesize purchased by GoodBulk identified
    Hokoku Marine of Japan appears to be the seller of a capesize bulker to GoodBulk. Oslo over-the-counter listed GoodBulk announced the purchase of a 2007-built bulker of 174,000-dwt earlier this week. Brokers now point to the Ocean Commander, first ordered at SWS by NYK Line, as the vessel involved. VesselsValue presently prices the ship at $20.1m, with brokers suggesting a similar figure in tod
  • Interorient tanker sale shows softening of asset values
    Interorient is believed to have sold one of its product tankers. Brokers say the transaction suggests a slight softening of asset values in the sector. Interorient has secured around $7.6m for the 37,300-dwt Baltic Champion (built 2003), shipbrokers report. It was not possible to reach officials at Interorient for comment at the time of writing. Super-Eco makes way for new tonnage Sources not
  • Beijing set to approve Chinese shipbuilding mega-merger
    State set to sign off on combination of China State Shipbuilding Corp and China Shipbuilding Industry Co.
  • Fire strikes Golden Ocean bulker in Italy
    Extent of damage to ship controlled by John Fredriksen's dry cargo outfit remains unclear.
  • Japanese trio eye LNG bunkering in Tokyo Bay
    Shipowner, trading house and port company team up ahead of IMO 2020 global sulpur cap.
  • Majestic orders seven ferries in Indonesia
    Singapore ferry operator set to expand its fleet to 16 vessels with latest newbuildings.

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American Shipperweb site
MARCH 30, 2018
  • Trump may punt finalization of KORUS to manage North Korea
    President Donald Trump on Thursday said he may delay finalization of a deal in principle to modify the U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement (KOR...
  • HMM plans to become one of the "super carriers" by 2020
    Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) plans to become one of the container industry's "super carriers" by 2020, controlling a fleet with a capacity...
  • FRA taking 'proactive approach' to PTC implementation
    The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) says it is taking a more "proactive approach" to assisting railroads in complying with a congress...
  • U.S. talks with EU on tariffs could revive TTIP negotiations, Ross says
    The United States is looking at ongoing tariff exclusion talks with the European Commission as a potential segue to revive Transatlantic Tr...
  • Abandon Shyp! Ambitious growth plans sink 'on-demand' shipping startup
    Shyp, a San Francisco-based shipping startup that at one point sported a valuation of $250 million, shut down operations for good earlier t...
  • Kerry Logistics delivers earnings growth in 2017
    Kerry Logistics Network Ltd. posted a profit attributable to the shareholders of the company of $2.12 billion Hong Kong (U.S. $269.6 millio...
  • Delaware strikes preliminary deal with Gulftainer
    The State of Delaware struck a preliminary agreement with Gulftainer Group, which will lease the Port of Wilmington for 50 years and constr...
  • Independent truckers back HOS rest bill
    The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association, which represents the country's small trucking operations, has thrown its support behind ...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MARCH 30, 2018
  • US crude output getting lighter: EIA
    The growth of the Permian shale play is not only boosting US output to record levels, but making domestic crude lighter, according to new US Energy Information Administration data.
  • Russia's March crude output shows compliance with OPEC/non-OPEC deal fell
    Russia produced 10.969 million b/d of crude oil and condensate in March, a slight increase on February volumes, with the energy ministry conceding that last month's figures show compliance to the OPEC/non-OPEC deal was below 100%.
  • Kuwait says crude production from Partitioned Neutral Zone could restart in 2019
    Kuwait could see the first oil production in 2019 from the Partitioned Neutral Zone, shared with Saudi Arabia, after more than two years out of action, a senior government official told state-run Kuna news agency Monday.
  • US EPA scraps 2022-25 fuel economy standards, may take aim at California
    The US Environmental Protection Agency on Monday formally scrapped the Obama administration's fuel economy standards for 2022-25 model year cars and light trucks, a move that was widely expected and sets up a confrontation with California over its stricter standards.
  • Open interest for ICE front-month Singapore HSFO contracts down 11.23% on month in March
    Open interest for front-month high sulfur fuel oil contracts traded on the Intercontinental Exchange was down 11.23% month on month at 9.173 million mt as of March 28, ICE data showed Monday.
  • EIA says Jan residual fuel oil exports to Panama slid 55.64% on month
    US residual fuel oil exports to Panama totaled 303,000 barrels in January, down 55.64% from 683,000 barrels a month earlier, Energy Information Administration data showed Monday.
  • Uncertainty looms over marine fuel sulfur limit
    In about 20 months, the shipping industry is going to start burning a fuel that today they know next to nothing about.
  • NYMEX crude nears $63/b as equities pull oil lower
    Oil futures followed equities sharply lower Monday as global financial markets began the second quarter on a bearish note with investors unnerved once again by trade-related headlines.
  • FUTURES: Crude rises on lower US rig count, awaits fresh cues
    "The bullish rhetoric from the previous week on OPEC's determination to comply and possibly extend their production cut deal are supporting prices," an analyst at Phillip Futures said.




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