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24 October 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 05:17 GMT+2




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Sched Netweb site
APRIL 17, 2018
  • CMA CGM sets new rates from Asia to the Mediterranean
  • BIMCO, International Chamber applaud IMO emissions strategy
  • Hopes run high that US east coast dock talks will end in June contract
  • Swire Shipping to serve 10 South Seas ports from Xingang
  • West African piracy attacks increase year to year, says ICB report
  • Canadian Pacific warns of possible trans-Canada railway strike Saturday
  • CMA CGM applies US$200 per TEU 'congestion' charge in Aden war zone
  • US Coast Guard shuts lower Mississippi from New Orleans after oil spill
  • US truckers get pay boost to spur recruitment to meet shortfall
  • Unmanned Maritime Systems conference in London May 16-17
  • European Environmental Ports Conference in Antwerp May 16
  • Singapore moves up to 12th spot as air cargo rises 7.9pc
  • ABC flies 19 va-Q-trainers XLx containers to Moscow
  • Qatar buys five B777 freighters, 100 more planes ordered

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Exim Indiaweb site
APRIL 16, 2018
  • Ameya Group mourns the demise of Dr Shri Prakash
  • APL adds port calls to China Philippines Express 1 service
  • CMA CGM to develop container terminal at proposed first deep-sea port in Nigeria
  • Japan-Korea-Haiphong service set to be launched
  • Milaha at Qatar-India business & investment conference to further strengthen cooperation
  • OOCL puts out Asia-Europe trade service update
  • Port of Rotterdam Authority invests in port railway line capacity expansion
  • RCL to offer new service to Panjang
  • SCFI spot rates from Asia to US up
  • Yang Ming upgrades South-East Asia Service
  • DPD service at DP World Nhava Sheva facilitates ease of doing business
  • Höegh Autoliners vessel loads record nearly 6,400 export vehicles at Mumbai Port's OCT
  • Steady increase in Sagarmala investment
  • TRAFFIC HANDLED AT MAJOR PORTS

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International Transport Journalweb site
APRIL 17, 2018
  • Milestone for Fehmarn Belt project
  • Rolling stock lessor augments rail workshops
  • Nordwind continues widebody expansion
  • From association to ministry
  • Rieck reacts to e-commerce boom
  • Four tanker newbuilds for inland navigation
  • Mason mega rail terminal doubling capacity
  • Coli Group goes Abacus Shipping
  • Nexiot raises flag in Hamburg
  • Liebherr lifting for glory in 2017
  • Aeromexico signs up for Champ's CMS
  • More traffic in February, but Asia worries about future
  • New freight locomotives for oil transport
  • Hellmann picks new boss for third business unit
  • Q1/2018 strong for Tanger Med
  • Collaboration in UAE

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IHS Maritimeweb site
APRIL 16, 2018
  • CMA CGM signs up to run future Lekki Port box hub in Nigeria
  • Australian port state control ship detentions down but ship bans up
  • Crew overboard subject to Australian police investigation
  • UPDATED: Coco Vroon stands down following financial restructuring agreement
  • IMO approves fuel ban amendments
  • Sovcomflot, Knutsen OAS order more LNG carriers at Hyundai HI
  • Mitsui & Co books two Kamsarmaxes at Yangzijiang
  • An older vessel

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The Loadstarweb site
APRIL 16, 2018
  • Uli Ogiermann will help Volga-Dnepr launch new German freighter airline
  • HPH 'remains positive' as global terminals report robust Q1 performance
  • IMO's first steps to reduce shipping emissions not perfect, but positive
  • Digital freight forwarder Shipwaves has come a long way in three years
  • European buyers go shopping for US companies
  • Indian government to unveil draft air cargo policy soon
  • Container shipping sector challenges and opportunities laid out

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Marine Logweb site
APRIL 16, 2018
  • TAI delivers another foil assisted survey vessel to USACE
  • Naval Dome to protect PCTC fleet against cyber intrusion
  • GAO reports on status of heavy polar icebreaker acquisition
  • HII names new VP and NNS chief counsel
  • Solstad Farstad sheds AHTS quartet
  • Deal with lenders agreed, Coco Vroon steps down from CEO role
  • Portable testing device available for fuel sulfur content
  • Small U.S. shipyards should apply for grants

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Lloyd's Listweb site
APRIL 16, 2018
  • Pirates release last of the Gulf of Guinea wine tanker hostages
    The three crew members from the 1,628 dwt Timi were held captive for two and a half months
  • HHI faces struggle for profit in the face of Chinese competition
    South Korean shipbuilders to focus on gas carriers and other hi-tech vessels
  • The Interview: Ren Yuanlin
    A price war reignited by state-backed shipyards in China and South Korea has forced Yangzijiang Shipbuilding to drop out of...
  • IMO greenhouse gas strategy offers short-term fix
    The European Commission, the International Chamber of Shipping, the UK and Maersk are among those who welcomed the decision to...
  • Can Japan convince competitors to cut shipbuilding subsidies?
    State shipbuilding aid plans in South Korea and China are ongoing, despite Japan's strong opposition for government intervention
  • CMA CGM signs agreement for Lekki terminal development
    New terminal will have 2.5m teu capacity when completed in 2020
  • Long Beach volume growth surges over Los Angeles'
    First quarter sees mixed results for US west coast ports
  • Greeks say access to clean fuels is key to IMO deal
    National shipowners' union hails compromise as taking shipping 'well beyond' Paris Agreement
  • Vroon reaches restructuring deal with creditors
    Update: Managing director Coco Vroon to step down at the end of April as finance boss Herman Marks becomes chief executive

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
APRIL 16, 2018
  • Chittagong port eyes raising fee for stored containers
  • LA-LB terminals ok shift to flat-fee with appointments for all containers
  • Rotterdam engages supply chain to tackle complex congestion
  • ELDs, US delivery demands raise stakes for visibility
  • Growing Africa volume spells trouble for congested region
  • Rising competition fuels productivity improvements at JNPT
  • Canada delivers final funds for Montreal port rail fluidity project
  • Marine terminal operators push inland for shippers

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TradeWindsweb site
APRIL 16, 2018
  • Oman Shipping kicks off Cove Point LNG
    Second US LNG export facility now online in the Atlantic Basin, bringing up US export capacity.
  • Vale's ore output on target, despite rains
    Iron mining giant still targeting an increase of nearly 7% in its iron ore output despite slow start to 2018.
  • USCG sees better shipping track record
    Annual report on port state controls paints strong level of compliance, but backsliding seen in pollution and safety.
  • Thorco changes name
    New moniker is intended to reflect three-way leadership of Danish company.
  • Ezion refinances bonds, looks to issue shares
    Singapore OSV owner is set to resume trading Tuesday as it reoffers almost SGD 450m ($343.2m) in bonds and proposes to issue nearly SGD 235m in shares and options.
  • Frontline takes two VLCCs from Formosa Plastics
    John Fredriksen company boosts fleet with Taiwanese charter deal.
  • Pirates release three Indian tanker crew
    Men from veteran wine vessel held in West Africa for 75 days.
  • Maersk Honam firefighting ongoing
    Boxship reaches halfway point between Karachi and Muscat as salvage continues.
  • Maersk Line drops Russians on sanctions list
    Danish owner to stop shipping cargo or taking payment from those on US blacklist.
  • Profit down at KfW IPEX-Bank
    German shipping lender's loan volumes hit by lower dollar value.
  • SolstadFarstad sells another anchor-handler
    Norwegian owner offloads former Deep Sea ship in Indonesia.
  • Deutsche Bank starts Genco with a buy
    Analyst Amit Mehrotra sees value in bulker owner with "strongest balance sheet."
  • Oceanteam wins backing for $62m debt-swap deal
    Oslo-listed owner also finds new auditor to stave off liquidation.
  • WEB TV: CoscoCS tanker punctured by crane
    Ballast water spews from hole in Tian E Zuo's hull in Iraq.
  • Seidel appointed Nord/LB CFO and COO
    Former DNB man taking over from Ulrike Brouzi at German lender.
  • HHI wants $65bn revenue by 2022
    Yard to focus on high-end ships after restructuring; more jobs to be cut.
  • Greeks back IMO's emissions target
    Shipowners union calls strategy a "critical" first step.
  • Torvald Klaveness boss takes the helm at NSA
    Lasse Kristoffersen steps up from vice president role at Norwegian Shipowners' Association.
  • Chevron to proceed with Gorgon expansion
    Oil major says move is necessary to maintain long-term natural gas supply for onshore plant.
  • Awassi Express departure from Australia delayed
    Aussie government establishes whistleblower hotline for live export industry in wake of outcry.
  • Coco Vroon quits as Dutch owner clinches refinancing deal
    UPDATE: Managing director stepping down following $1.3bn debt agreement with banks.

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American Shipperweb site
APRIL 16, 2018
  • Load match match point
    There's never been a more important time for American shippers to secure access to dependable domestic truck capacity to move their goods. ...
  • Putting greenhouse gas strategy into play difficult
    The World Shipping Council (WSC), whose members transport over 90 percent of international containerized trade, said it welcomes last week'...
  • Trump orders USPS review amid Amazon spat
    President Donald Trump has ordered an official review of the U.S. Postal Service amid a highly public spat with one of the agency's largest...
  • Port of Baltimore thrives in 2017
    The Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore's public and private marine terminals handled 38.4 million tons of cargo in 2017, the most since...
  • FAA airs bill supporting technologies, infrastructure
    The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee on Friday introduced the 2018 FAA Reauthorization Act (H.R. 4), a five-year bill to r...
  • Construction begins on sub-Saharan Africa's deepest port
    Construction is currently underway on Lekki Port in the state of Lagos, Nigeria, which will not only be Nigeria's first deep-sea port, but ...
  • STB holds CSX track sale for more details
    The U.S. Surface Transportation Board wants more details about the relationship between a prospective buyer of CSX tracks in Georgia and Al...
  • Container rates continue downward spiral
    Container freight rates continued their precipitous decline last week, with composite pricing on the eight major east-west routes measured ...
  • No three strikes for major trade partners
    No major U.S. trading partner met all three criteria necessary to be designated as a currency manipulator, and therefore none will be subje...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
APRIL 16, 2018
  • Kuwait eyes new contracts to hit ambitious growth targets
    Kuwait is hoping new contracts will attract international oil companies into new developments aimed at helping the OPEC member meet its ambitious goal to raise output capacity by 20%.
  • OPEC to review oil output cut deal, consider extension at Jun meeting: Kuwait oil minister
    OPEC's next planned meeting in June will be a chance to review its oil production cut agreement, but the producer group will continue with cuts through 2018, Kuwait's oil minister Bakheet al-Rashidi said Monday.
  • Oil weakens as Syria risk moves to 'backburner'
    Oil futures fell sharply Monday as traders digested the limited scope of US-led airstrikes against the Syrian regime over the weekend, which avoided any direct military confrontation with Russia or Iran.
  • Swedish Preem plans upgrades for 2019 ahead of IMO requirements
    Swedish refiner Preem AB, a unit of Corral Petroleum Holdings, said it was planning two new units to start up at its refineries in 2019 ahead of the International Maritime Organization's new shipping regulation.
  • Gazprom Neft to build Russia's first LNG bunker barge by 2020
    Gazprom Neft, the oil arm of Russian state gas behemoth Gazprom, plans to build the country's first LNG bunker barge by 2020, it said in a statement Monday.
  • Crude volatility subdued despite Middle East supply risks
    Last week's oil rally before US-led airstrikes in Syria illustrate the market's sensitivity to potential supply disruptions, but the failure for volatility to spike reveals comfort provided by booming US production.
  • FUTURES 1: Crude lower as markets digest US-led strike in Syria
    Without signs of the Syrian conflict escalating over the weekend, some traders may be taking profits leading to Monday's pullback.
  • Crude futures move lower after US-led attack on Syria proves limited
    Syria produces very little oil, but traders were concerned that a broadening conflict could disrupt oil flows out of the Middle East.




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