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21 March 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 19:15 GMT+1

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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 22, 2018
  • CMA CGM to acquire European short sea specialist Containerships
  • CMA CGM introduces innovative container tracking solution
  • Port of LB okays spending of nearly US$1b on port projects
  • St. Petersburg port faces reduced supply of bunker fuel: sources
  • Shippers in Brazil turning more to rail after truckers' strike
  • Bombardier Transportation opens Saxony production hall
  • Panalpina buys into Argentine logistics firm
  • Fuel prices pick up and load factors decline in April: IATA
  • Emirates Airlines hits the road to recruit qualified pilots
  • Rickenbacker obtains FAA US$7.4m grant to complete project

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Exim Indiaweb site
JUNE 21, 2018
  • CMA CGM to acquire Containerships & further strengthen its presence in intra-regional transportation in Europe
  • Liberia backs push for IMO reform
  • Shreyas Shipping takes delivery of multipurpose vessel
  • Supply-demand seen improving in container & dry bulk shipping segments
  • Govt mulls imposing anti-dumping duty on Chinese polyester yarn for 5 years
  • India-Bangladesh working on dismantling non-tariff barriers & para-tariff barriers: Bangladesh High Commissioner
  • Chennai Port achieves barytes handling record
  • Mumbai Port Trust celebrates International Yoga Day
  • Vessel calls APSEZ with largest parcel of steam coal
  • FIEO welcomes proactive approach of govt during second clearance fortnight
  • New standardisation strategy expected to boost exports
  • Interactive meeting on 'Trade & Investment Opportunities in Poland' at World Trade Centre on June 27
  • Shipping Secretary to chair interactive session on cabotage relaxation at South East CEO Conclave 2018 on June 29 in Chennai

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 22, 2018
  • Reinforcing presence in Eastern Europe
  • Mainfreight expanding with new warehouse
  • Back to Kalmar Union at Maersk
  • New members for Sea\LNG coalition
  • "Kiel Week" moving on - to San Francisco airport
  • Network launches pan-European tracking technology
  • US veteran for GLS
  • Imperial opens supply chain lab in Cape Town
  • Containerships to MacAndrews
  • Netherlands boosts railfreight transport
  • US explosives trace detector to enter Europe market
  • New representative director for K Line
  • New rail service on Melnik-Koper route
  • Blue Dart opens aviation hub in Chennai
  • Ziegler cooperates with Europa
  • Worldwide container volumes continue to rise
  • International cargo connection to northern Chile

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IHS Maritimeweb site
JUNE 21, 2018
  • OECD and China in talks to set shipyard state aid rules
  • Can leading shipowners retain access to cheap bank debt?
  • VLCC demand hit by declining North Sea-Asia fuel oil trade
  • Angelicoussis confirms additional LNG carrier from DSME
  • US-China trade war affects containers, says Yang Ming chairman

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The Loadstarweb site
JUNE 21, 2018
  • ONE's green tie-up with Freightliner will save 118,000 road miles every day
  • Takeover number eight this year for WiseTech as it scoops up Pierbridge
  • It's business as usual - for now, Containerships assures staff and customers
  • Industry calls on politicians: 'let us work together to find Brexit solutions'
  • Peru's Sky Bus Air Cargo freighter set for take-off to the US
  • Gadget makers are bracing for Trump's trade war

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Marine Logweb site
JUNE 21, 2018
  • All American Marine delivers high speed whale watching cat
  • COPT Valdez terminates voyage of "adventure yacht"
  • Another BWMS awarded USCG Type Approval
  • Gladding-Hearn delivers second of two high speed Boston Harbor ferries
  • Two shipbrokers join SEA\LNG coalition
  • Three Navy officers censured as Fat Leonard case rolls on
  • ASRY inks deal for install BWTS on tankers
  • MGO supplier expands operations in Florida ahead of 2020

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 21, 2018
  • EU probes imports of LNG from Qatar
    The Commission says long-term agreements between Qatar Petroleum and EU importers might be violating EU antitrust rules
  • Wilhelmsen Ship Management opens UK office
    Singapore-based manager wants greater presence in the UK tonnage fleet
  • TOP Ships agrees new $10m tanker loan
    The 50,000 dwt tanker Eco California has been chartered to Shell Tankers Singapore for at least two years
  • Who can China turn to for soyabeans?
    If proposed tariffs are in place by the late summer, China could go scouting the globe for alternative oilseeds
  • Warnings issued as hurricane season starts
    Disruption to offshore sector and vessel casualties seen in previous years
  • GasLog Partners agrees charter with Cheniere
    The charter begins later this year and come with option to extend it twice
  • Viewpoint: A bridge too far
    The fact that ship designers can give anyone wishing to move people or freight across the Irish Sea as much...
  • Daily Briefing
    Chinese lessors face fierce European challenges | Japan's tax investors to provide more ship finance | Global sulphur cap is...
  • Chiwan Wharf to acquire China Merchants Port
    Move is part of China Merchant Group's internal asset restructuring
  • Thenamaris orders LNG carrier from Hyundai
    Due for delivery in 2020, the 174,000 cu m vessel will become the Greek owner's fourth LNG unit
  • Tight LNG vessel supply prompts charterers to seek longer-term contracts
    Cargo owners want to control ships for longer periods so they can better take advantage of arbitrage margins, a Marine...
  • IMO 2020 to benefit product tankers, say owners
    Tonne-mile demand for product tankers will be boosted by bunker suppliers' need to solve oil logistics issues

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 21, 2018
  • US ELD mandate tightens Canadian trucking markets
  • NY-NJ advances review of two projects to reduce truck congestion
  • New St. Petersburg group aims to cut shipper costs, speed customs
  • Georgia, South Carolina seek interoperable chassis pool deal

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TradeWindsweb site
JUNE 21, 2018
  • Teekay Offshore nears pricing on $500m bond deal
    Owner hopes to secure funding allowing for redemption of $440m notes due in 2019.
  • Helis to step down as head of USMMA
    UPDATE: School in June 2016 failed to meet five of 14 standards set by federal oversight panel.
  • Star Bulk strikes fresh loan deals with key banks
    Greek owner has refinanced all debt maturities for 2018 and 2019 with more than $550m committed
  • Nordea's Bjornadal hails growth period in ship loans
    Bank veteran sees a bright future for shipping debt provision with new assignment in investment banking division
  • Wah Kwong scouts China for equity partners
    Industry veteran David Palmer says his new company is shying away from shipyards for the time being but looking to invest with strategically interesting management clients
  • Taiwan's U-Ming dives into mainland China shipping
    Joint venture with state-controlled company will put a Taiwanese owner into domestic shipping across the strait for first time since the revolution
  • NOCC reports profits in 2017
    Outfit controlled by Klaveness Marine and JP Morgan returns to the black, just
  • NAT may be headed for pricey 'backstop,' and more ship sales
    Hansson-led owner describes 'solid financial position' but may soon be looking at higher interest costs and more tanker disposals
  • China Cosco Shipping uproots on the quiet
  • Sister yards swap boxship records
    CSSC facilities are taking it in turns to build China's largest containerships
  • 'Boxing clever' key for container industry to avoid future shock
    Freight insurer the TT Club admits surprises are likely in four scenarios it envisages for the next 25 years, but advises industry to focus on the end customer to survive
  • Private equity giant Advent spent $588m on V.Group acquisition
    Newly disclosed documents provide a first look at financial details of the huge deal and shine a light on the investor's strategy for the leading shipmanager
  • Conbulk takes control of sold boxship trio
  • Wan Hai in yard talks over $900m feedership spree
    Taiwanese owner hunts multiple berth slots for 2,800-teu vessels and 1,900-teu Bangkok-maxes with high reefer capacity
  • EU must move faster on approvals for Asian shipbreaking facilities
    European policies are putting pressure on the scrapping market just as demand is set to rise, writes Maritime Strategies International dry bulk analyst Will Tooth
  • Rates near six-figure mark for modern LNG tonnage
    Forward fixtures could net even higher levels as demand for tonnage rises
  • Stolt, Golar and GasLog to team up on small-scale LNG
    Trio aim to use Avenir LNG to take a position in the growing LNG bunkering sector
  • Teekay reveals details of how it refloated grounded LNG carrier
  • Tiny fraction of world LNG fleet has emergency STS provision
    Teekay unit says cover for operations should be made in charter agreements
  • Hurricane turmoil inspires seismic shift for crewing start-up
    Offshore logistics nightmare created by extreme weather gave experienced ship and crew manager Brattekaas the idea to found her own development vehicle
  • Shipping's rescue role in refugee crisis may not be sustainable
    Masters are carrying out their duty by plucking migrants from dangerous seas but are at risk of being at the centre of a crisis caused by the wave of populism
  • Kobelco seeks coal carrier newbuilds
  • Hyproc makes debut into the product tanker sector
    Hyproc enters MR tanker space with order for newbuilding at Hyundai Mipo Dockyard
  • Marinakis and Aissot cut deal on fourth VLCC
  • Adam Polemis carries out VLCC renewal drive
    Greek owner's New Shipping scraps 19-year-old tankers, buys 15-year-old replacements
  • Polembros sets up dry bulk shop and mulls tanker order
    Greek owner draws line between bulker and tanker assets as it gears up for fresh newbuild programme
  • Latsis lines up dry bulk asset plays
  • Benetech and Unibros raise their stakes in MR wager
    Greek tanker duo continues expansion drive amid multi-year low asset values
  • Polforce buys supramax amid flurry of sales to Greeks
    Pangaea denies buying Kambara Kisen bulker, while purchaser of Super-Eco vessel remains a mystery
  • Union protests Boor closing Paragon office
    Closure of Dutch location may put more than 70 jobs at risk, Nautilus International says.

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American Shipperweb site
JUNE 21, 2018
  • Commerce extends deadline for auto imports input
    The Department of Commerce has extended the deadline for written comments, data, analyses or other information pertinent to the investigat...
  • U.S. 'not even close' to Canada and Mexico on NAFTA issues
    The fact that the U.S. is "not even close" to Canada and Mexico on several contentious issues, including on proposals on government procure...
  • ATA: Truck tonnage steady in May
    Domestic truck tonnage was relatively steady in May, ticking up 0.7 percent following a revised 2.7 percent increase the previous month, ac...
  • Senator: U.S. is 'government-run mercantilist economy'
    Recent prices of steel and aluminum increased in excess of Section 232 tariffs that started in March, and the Commerce Department is invest...
  • NWSA volumes slide for third straight month
    The Northwest Seaport Alliance (NWSA), which includes the ports of Seattle and Tacoma, handled 309,243 TEUs of containerized cargo in May, ...
  • WiseTech buying parcel shipping TMS provider Pierbridge
    The rapidly expanding software company WiseTech Global on Wednesday announced the acquisition of Pierbridge, a parcel shipping transportati...
  • Uncertain outlook for container shipping
    A study published this month by the insurer T.T. Club and consulting firm McKinsey says the outlook for container shipping over the next 25...
  • Cass: U.S. freight market 'extraordinarily strong'
    Growth in the North American freight market continued to accelerate in May despite increasingly difficult comparisons, according to the lat...
  • South Carolina Ports embarks on record capex plan
    The South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) Board of Directors on Wednesday adopted a financial plan for fiscal year 2019, approving the larg...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JUNE 21, 2018
  • Oil lower as Vienna agreement remains fleeting
    The oil complex settled lower across the board Thursday as prices vacillated with the latest jockeying out of Vienna where OPEC and non-OPEC representatives have begun to discuss potential output increases
  • NWE fuel oil crack at near four-month high on booming Saudi demand
    The 3.5% FOB Rotterdam fuel oil crack has hit a near four-month high as fuel oil exports to Saudi Arabia from Europe for air-conditioning requirements boomed over the last two months
  • Americas clean shipowners sit vessels on negative TCEs
    The downward spiral on Americas clean tanker markets since early May has some clean tanker owners attempting to rebalance the market by sitting vessels
  • France's CMA CGM to acquire shipping line Containerships
    CMA CGM expects to benefit from Containerships' specialization in the intra-European market.
  • Northeast Asian bunker traders shrug off low fuel oil inflows to Singapore over Jun-Jul
    "Demand has been poor for June, so this is good news in fact," a Hong Kong trader said.
  • FUTURES 2: Oil dips as Iran softens stance on increasing crude output
    OPEC will decide Friday on the future of its 1.8 million b/d supply cut agreement with 10 non-OPEC partners.
  • Singapore HSFO spreads hit 3-year highs on tightening supply
    "There is some tightness in supply for prompt loading cargoes. This is pushing the spreads really high," a trading source in Singapore said.
  • FUTURES: Crude mixed in anticipation of comments ahead of OPEC meet
    OPEC was "converging towards a good, positive decision" on raising output levels, Falih said Tuesday.
  • India tight-lipped over compliance with US oil sanctions on Iran
    India is the second-largest buyer of Iranian crude, with imports averaging 600,000-700,000 b/d in the past 12 months.

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