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23 May 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 19:00 GMT+2

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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 13, 2018
  • Trudeau hints he may have given in to Trump on dairy access
  • Global box volumes up 6pc in April to 13.9 million TEU
  • ICTSI takes delivery of 3 cranes for its Manila terminal
  • Six armed robberies on ships in Asia reported in May
  • Terminals best look to mergers to avoid losses: Drewry
  • Konecranes wins crane orders from Savannah, Hutchison
  • Accelerating driver turnover ups truck labour costs
  • XPO to buy 770 tractors for US$90 million in LTL fleet
  • Dachser Korea moves to bigger office to meet growth
  • AA first big US carrier to provide Cuba cargo service
  • Qatar's passenger numbers fall, but air cargo gains soar
  • Bahrain air cargo showcased at Air Cargo China
  • DHL remains world's leading air freight forwarder

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Exim Indiaweb site
JUNE 12, 2018
  • CMA CGM to upgrade Indian Ocean Feeder network
  • Lift & Shift sets new benchmark by delivering 20,000 t of heavy lift cargo in 30 days for 11 projects
  • Markel gains licence to write reinsurance business on Lloyd's India platform
  • Deendayal Port wins Best Port award
  • Gadkari reviews progress of ongoing National Highways projects
  • NACFS elects office-bearers
  • GST rates to be rationalised soon
  • Shipping Secretary Gopal Krishna to grace South East CEO Conclave 2018 in Chennai on June 29 as Chief Guest

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 13, 2018
  • Tyrol and Germany at loggerheads
  • Tiba recruits Rozner as MD Switzerland
  • Another step forward for Mongolia's coal train project
  • ICS criticises Italian government's stance on boat refugees
  • Three logistics facilities under one roof
  • Kuehne + Nagel joins Budapest Airport cargo community
  • Multiple track projects to boost rail capacity
  • VP general counsel starts at USA Truck
  • Box monitoring system installed at Tilburg terminal
  • Lindt & Sprüngli extends contract with Imperial Logistics
  • Sustainable shipping pallet testing successful
  • Shuttle links western and northern North Sea ports
  • What will happen to Irish Sea ro-ro-traffic post-Brexit?
  • Xpediator acquires Anglia Forwarding
  • Jaxport pipes new CCO on board
  • Turkish Airlines forms JV with two Chinese partners
  • The new choice: France, a partner for your trade...

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JUNE 12, 2018
  • Merchant shipping and NGOs not 'sticking plaster' for mass migration
  • Australia faces LNG paradox
  • Container rates hit 13-month low in April as outlook worries persist
  • Euronav and Gener8 Maritime set to close merger
  • Mitsui E&S dismisses Chiba shipyard closure claim
  • Trump-Kim détente could allow North Korea shipping to come out from the shadows
  • Hyundai HI talking with Iran's IRISL over orders as US sanctions loom

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The Loadstarweb site
JUNE 12, 2018
  • Angry Chinese truckers in mass strike as fuel costs overtake haulage fees
  • In the pink as ONE takes delivery of one's first containership flying one's colours
  • Loadstar LongRead: Technology and innovation at the tipping point
  • Hamburg and Rotterdam lead the way in call for data sharing among ports
  • Calling logistics providers: hit by the high street failures?
  • Unwanted A380s are flying closer to the scrapheap
  • Europe requests exemptions from US Iran sanctions

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Marine Logweb site
JUNE 12, 2018
  • Lockheed Martin Canada wins extension to frigate support contract
  • Advanced floatel to add ABB OCTOPUS gangway motion monitoring
  • USCG issues new safety alert on Gulf Coast bunker contamination
  • Oregon State exercises option for second Regional Research Vessel
  • Irish Ferries faces further delay to delivery of W.B. Yeats
  • TOTE announces leadership changes
  • GD BIW gets DDG 51 lead yard contract worth a total $304.8 million
  • CSA marks 60th Anniversary of Safety Achievement Award program
  • Mobile system successfully treats ballast water on ship in Coos Bay
  • Sembcorp Marine subsidiary to design polar expedition cruise ship

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 12, 2018
  • Petros Pappas orders 22 scrubbers for Star Bulk capesize fleet
    Installation of 22 open-loop scrubbers targeted during first half of 2019
  • ABN Amro commits to shipping amid exit speculation
    Global head of transportation and logistics at ABN Amro, Joep Gorgels, gives first major interview to Lloyd's List
  • Politics puts lives at risk in European waters
    Lloyd's List backs calls by the International Chamber of Shipping for all EU member states to ensure the policy of...
  • Rail services launched for time-critical cargoes
    Damco and Kerry Logistics take to the rails for faster transit times
  • Maersk moves to improve schedule reliability
    Danish giant joins 2M partner MSC in slowing ships and redesigning network to improve punctuality
  • Australia bans cargo ship for three months over breach of standards
    The 2014-built, Philippines-flagged vessel is the sixth to be banned by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority in two years
  • Daily Briefing
    Iraq begins to rebuild tanker fleet with oil export to US | The boxship leader board: It's not just a...
  • Mitsui E&S denies ordering halt at Chiba yard
    Shipbuilder says report that its Chiba shipyard plans to quit commercial shipbuilding is wide of the mark
  • CSC Phoenix operations hit by mass resignations
    The resignations come as the company has been undergoing a string of financial and operational troubles
  • Star Bulk posts profit on stronger vessel earnings in first quarter
    Dry cargo specialist obtains commitments of $561m from 10 financing institutions, refinancing almost all the debt maturities due in 2018...
  • Gener8 shareholders approve merger with Euronav
    The transaction is subject to no further regulatory approvals and is expected to close today

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 12, 2018
  • Montreal port extends longer gate hours program
  • Milestone fuels broader push to attract truckers with new chassis
  • Argentina truckers threaten 'blockade like Brazil'
  • Shippers monitor China truck strike for potential container impact
  • China-Europe rail evolving into reliable, shipper-driven solution

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TradeWindsweb site
JUNE 12, 2018
  • US-North Korea thaw leaves shipping cold
    Business opportunities in the country still very limited by sanctions, with no reversal seen anytime soon.
  • Quark orders first ship for $130m
    Seattle-based expedition operator expects to launch 200-passenger ship for polar regions in 2020.
  • Pacific Radiance given court protection
    Singapore OSV owner three weeks ago sought immunity from legal proceedings as it looks to restructure business.
  • Nakilat buys into Excelerate FSRU
    Qatari shipowning giant finally makes its long-planned move into floating regas.
  • IM Skaugen to delist in September
    Restructuring LNG carrier company saying goodbye to Oslo exchange after 28 years.
  • AHTS spot fleet cut in North Sea
    Siem and Boa vessels said to be leaving sector for pastures new.
  • Samsung debuts in MRs with Mitsui & Co order
    But South Korean shipbuilding giant will not be prioritising smaller ship-type
  • Teekay Offshore GP picks interim CFO
    General partner of offshore rig owner brings in expertise from its largest outside investor.
  • Brodosplit bags $130m polar cruiseship
    Croatian yard to build LMG Marin design for Quark Expeditions.
  • Shell signs five-year fleet deal with Van Oord
    Agreement covers lubrication for all dredger group's vessels.
  • Brown widows seized on cargoship
    More than 100 deadly spiders found on Hong Kong-flagged vessel in China.
  • Ocean Yield buys box quartet for CMB charter
    Norwegian owner spending $120m on vessels backed by 12-year bareboat deal with Belgian company.
  • NGO Shipbreaking readies personal injury cases against owners
    Lobby group set to test more shipbreaking injury compensation claims in UK courts against owners
  • Gulf Navigation aims to raise $27m
    Dubai tanker owner plotting sukuk issue to follow March share sale.
  • Clipper Group linked to bulker sale
    Danish owner said to have offloaded 2004-built ship into Vietnam.
  • Newcastle bulker terminal gets revamp
    $25m deal announced by Kerman Contracting in Australia.
  • Tonic for trader orders or green giant?
    Speculation BW takeover of Dorian could draw fresh newbuildings from traders comes as Ackermann suggests leader in LPG fuel market could be created.
  • Mitsui E&S denies Chiba order halt
    No truth in Japanese report that commercial shipbuilding to be contracted out.
  • Pakistan LNG invites cargo bids
    Six shipments wanted for delivery to Karachi in July and August.
  • Capt. Phillips: Piracy will 'never end'
    Capt. Richard Phillips, master of the pirate-boarded Maersk Alabama, says the problem starts on the shore.
  • Bangladesh coast guard captures ship robbers
    Bergshav-managed chemical tanker sees tins of paint stolen, but these are later returned.
  • Criminal cases mulled as GNMTC fights 'fake loan'
    Lawsuit filed in Greece while probe launches in Bulgaria over tanker detention
  • Star Bulk Carriers posts another positive quarter
    Greek owner continues to benefit from improving dry cargo fundamentals and expanding fleet.

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American Shipperweb site
JUNE 12, 2018
  • Seattle gets OK for 57 feet
    A proposal to deepen the channels leading to the container terminals in the Port of Seattle to 57 feet is now eligible for congressional au...
  • Great Lakes, Seaway iron ore trade up 3.1 percent
    Shipments of iron ore on the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Seaway totaled 6.3 million tons in May, an increase of 3.1 percent compared to a ...
  • Dachser expanding less-than-container load services
    Dachser is launching 26 less-than-container load connections this year and increasing the frequency of departures for six of its existing s...
  • Commerce nominee backs AD/CVD self-initiations
    President Donald Trump's nominee for assistant secretary of Commerce for enforcement and compliance told senators on Tuesday that, if confi...
  • MSC will do more slow steaming, add vessels to strings
    The two largest containership carriers are looking at slowing ships and modifying vessel rotations in an effort to improve the reliability ...
  • TuSimple taps WekaIO for machine training
    WekalO announced Tuesday that TuSimple, a self-driving truck startup, had selected its Matrix HPC storage system to provide flash-based par...
  • EU ambassadors: Tariffs threaten mutually beneficial relationship
    Twenty-nine ambassadors of European Union countries to the United States have penned an open letter on the subject of EU-U.S. trade relatio...
  • TOTE names Puerto Rico, Alaska operation heads
    Michael Noone will become head of TOTE Maritime Puerto Rico, while Grace Greene, currently vice president and general manager of TOTE Marit...
  • Air cargo flows like 'elephant through a straw'
    When it comes to handling air freight at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport, Mark Boutros, operations manager for trucking outfit JP Li...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JUNE 12, 2018
  • FUTURES 4: Oil weaker after data shows Saudi output rose in May
    Oil futures were lower Tuesday morning in US trading after data showed Saudi Arabian crude output rose last month to its highest level since October 2017.
  • VLCC carrying diesel changes course from Northwest Europe, points to Med: cFlow
    The Maran Aphrodite, a VLCC carrying diesel expected to head to Southwold, UK, is now pointing to the Mediterranean, according to Platts trade flow software cFlow.
  • Wide Brent/WTI spread may lead to reverse FO arb from USGC to Med: traders
    The wide Brent/WTI front-month crude spread's move to around $10/b over the last week could cause fuel oil cargoes to move from a struggling US Gulf Coast to a stronger Mediterranean market, according to traders.
  • FACTBOX: S Korean refiners could help quench North Korea's thirst for fuel
    Possibly providing major South Korean refiners with an opportunity to supply crude, refined products to the North.
    Gener8 will become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Belgium's Euronav NV.
  • TANKERS: DHT Holdings appoints new CFO, Liana Halvorsen
    Halvorsen succeeds Eirik Uboe who leaves the company after 13 years of service.
  • ABS classes BC Ferries' newly converted LNG-fueled ferry
    Classification societies are helping navigate shipowners adopting LNG retrofits.
  • Major events vie for oil market's attention
    Any decision by OPEC and Russia to increase supplies would have implications for US producers.
  • FUTURES: Crude stable amid conflicting opinions on OPEC deal
    "We opine that oil prices will, however, sustain its range-trading behavior into the OPEC meeting on June 22," OCBC's Gan said.
  • North Korea deal could reshape Russian gas priorities
    "There are many opportunities for joint, trilateral and quadrilateral cooperation, we just need to move in this direction," Putin said.
  • VLCC of diesel set to lighter in Southwold STS zone: sources
    The vessel loaded in Tianjin in China and Pengerang in Malaysia, then traveled round the Cape of Good Hope.

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